Mayor Segarra Provides Storm Updates

By , October 29, 2012 2:09 pm

Besides having two emergency shelters open, a “senior and chronic health center” has been opened in the South End Senior Center, located at 830 Maple Avenue.

Three fire stations are now open to the public for showering and charging electronics: 181 Clark St., 129 Sigourney St., and 510 Franklin Ave.

There will be no trash collection on October 30th and Hartford Public Schools will also be closed on Tuesday.

In a message from Maribel La Luz, the Director of Communications and New Media for the City of Hartford, it was stated that a recorded message about storm information has been sent to “30,000 unique telephone numbers.” Segarra said, “We will continue to do everything possible to respond as quickly as we can and expedite a return to normalcy.”

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