Despite issues around the county and beyond with polling places out of commission, we can consider ourselves lucky here in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown. Right now, we have Metro-North, we have gas (only small lines reported at the moment), only hundreds rather than 1,000s await power, and elections will go on as planned.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at all the normal stations, which are as follows:
Reports Village Administrator Mike Blau, "All polling places but one have power. The last one, Washington Engine is operating on generator and Con Ed has established having all polling places operational with electricity a priority."
District No. 1: Riverside Hose Firehouse, White And Franklin Streets
District No. 2: Phenix Hose Firehouse, Mechanics And Central Avenues
District No. 3: Main Street Firehouse, 50 Main Street
District No. 4: First Baptist Church, 56 South Broadway
District No. 5: Temple Beth Abraham, 25 Leroy Avenue
District No. 6: Tarrytown Village Hall, One Depot Plaza
District No. 7: Consolidated Engine Firehouse, 177 Sheldon Avenue
District No. 55: Washington Engine Firehouse, 157 White Plains Road
District No. 74: Tarrytown Village Hall, One Depot Plaza
District No. 76: Consolidated Engine Firehouse, 177 Sheldon Avenue
District No. 82: Washington Engine Firehouse, 157 White Plains Road
In Sleepy Hollow:
Phillipsburg Manor (Restoration), 381 North Broadway
Eagles Hall, 342 Broadway
Central Fire House, 28 Beekman Avenue
Rescue Hose Fire Dept., 11 Lawrence Ave.
Union Hose Fire Dept., 129 Cortlandt St.
Pocantico Hills Fire Dept., 531 Bedford Rd
Don't know your polling place or district? Click here for info from the Westchester County Board of Elections running the elections tomorrow. (Don't bother trying to call however: the voicemail boxes are all full...)
Stay tuned for Patch's continuing coverage of the elections Tuesday. For now: here's the Election Guide.