What a Difference a Day Makes: Power Restored

Most of the customers who suffered almost a week without power in the villages are back on the grid this morning.

Con Edison this morning reports the following customers remaining without in the dark in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown:

Sleepy Hollow: 21 outages affecting 345 customers.

Tarrytown: 36 outages affecting 535 customers. 

We are now out of it this yet, but close.

The Village of Sleepy Hollow reports gas stations at North Broadway and Pocantico are back in service after suffering outages that made it impossible to pump the gas that they did have. 

At 9:30 p.m., resident Vishal Brown reported seeing five Con Edison trucks on Pocantico, where downed lines seemed to be impacting the whole surrounding neighborhood including hundreds in the Van Tassel apartments and houses surrounding Barnhardt Park. By 10:30 p.m., Village Administrator Anthony Giaccio reported that power had been restored to this large group of people. 

That leaves only smaller pockets of people without power sprinkled throughout the villages. 

Here are those who remain in need of Con Ed:

Sleepy Hollow:

Sleepy Hollow Manor, 90 customers. 

Philipse Manor, 5 outages affecting 5 customers.

Around Kingsland Point, 2 outages affecting 76 customers.

Devries area and across Broadway at the base of cemetery: 164 customers out. 

Up 448, 2 outages, 2 customers. 

Wilson Park Drive: 2 outages, 2 customers. 

Points off Beekman: RESTORED


EF area: 2 outages, 2 customers. 

Loh Street area: 5 outages, 49 customers. 

Ridgecroft Estates: 9 outages, 165 customers. 

Edgemont area: 4 outages, 248 customers. 


Note that the latest outage map may not quite be in synch with the actual situation in your home.

Are you still without power or know a neighbor who is? Tell us in the comments. Are you enjoying your new restoration? How was this long stretch for you and how did you survive it?

In Tarrytown, the Community Opportunity Center, due to this large restoration of power is no longer operating as an overnight shelter, however they are still open to the public by day for warming/electricity/wifi needs. 


Krista Madsen (Editor) November 05, 2012 at 03:01 PM
Not to say we're totally in the clear. Village Hall for instance has no phones yet!
bonnie November 05, 2012 at 03:44 PM
And my son in Briarcliff Manor still is without power. Hasn't even seen a Con Ed truck.
Krista Madsen (Editor) November 05, 2012 at 05:06 PM
Sorry to hear that.
Krista Madsen (Editor) November 05, 2012 at 05:07 PM
Gas Stations at Pocantico/North Broadway are back up, and with gas, anyone see the lines?
TrueNumber10 November 05, 2012 at 10:27 PM
Edgemont condos off of Martling Ave. got power restored on Saturday. Don't think ConEd has updated the map yet.
Robin November 05, 2012 at 11:29 PM
Anyone know if Cedar Hill Garden Apts at 35 S Broadway in Irvington have power yet?
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