Thousands Still Without Power in Villages

Halloween was a nasty trick for many folks who are dealing with power outages since Hurricane Sandy hit.

There is not much good news for about 3,300 Con Ed customers in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow still without power Thursday morning.

For those hit by downed wires and trees during Hurricane Sandy, Con Edison has no time estimate for when wires will be repaired and when the power will be restored. 

Outages are spread out throughout the villages with the most customers concentrated in these places: 


  • 40 customers around Leroy/Loh
  • 94 customers in a building outage at Archer Place
  • 367 customers in the Castle Heights neighborhood/EF

Sleepy Hollow:

  • 259 customers at Beekman at Kendall
  • 710 customers between Howard and Elm
  • 75 customers at Philipse Manor

Con Edison customers without power should be sure to report the outage to the utility company. Call Con Edison at 1-800-75-CONED or report the outage online at http://www.coned.com/sm/

Calling to report the outage will register the complaint in the Con Ed database. Even if a neighbor already called, folks must report each individual outage to register it in the system.

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how can we as consumers force the utility company to upgrade the infrastructure so this does not happen again. They need to bury the lines !!
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