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House Republicans Cite SOTS Merrill for Bungling Absentee Balloting for Tuesday Primary

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Aug 102020
 
House Republicans Cite SOTS Merrill for Bungling Absentee Balloting for Tuesday Primary

House Republicans leaders today said Secretary of the State Denise Merrill has so mangled the absentee balloting process for Tuesday’s primary that election officials will have to extend vote counting until at least Thursday, otherwise thousands of people will become disenfranchised. “It is unfortunate that we have gotten to this place but the process has [Read The Full Story]

UI Reports Progress, Continues To Expand Restoration Team

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Aug 092020
 
UI Reports Progress, Continues To Expand Restoration Team

United Illuminating continued to expand its restoration team on Sunday with the arrival of additional contractors to help restore service. The company expected to have more than 1,050 personnel in the field Sunday. As of 2:30 p.m. Sunday, UI crews, contractors, and mutual-assistance partners had restored about 115,000 customers who lost service during Tropical Storm Isaias. The company remains on track to substantially complete restoration work Monday. [Read The Full Story]

UI Making Progress Tonight

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Aug 092020
 
UI Making Progress Tonight

At 8:37 p.m. Orange power outages were down to 1.98% — or 127 customers. By 9:33 p.m. UI restoration crews had gotten it down to 70 customers. They’re really making some progress tonight. A detailed UI outage map shows several “event” locations including North Greenbrier, Skyline Drive, near Wilson Road, Derby-Milford Road, Indian River Road, and [Read The Full Story]

We’re Almost There! UI Keeps Working Til It’s Done

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Aug 092020
 
We're Almost There! UI Keeps Working Til It's Done

As of 9:24 a.m. today, the United Illuminating Company has restored power to all but 248 customers that’s just 3.86% to go. The weather will be pleasant today, although a little humid. The crews will be able to work and before you know it, you’ll feel the power again. To those who suffered damage when [Read The Full Story]

UI Expands Restoration Team to 1,000 Personnel

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Aug 082020
 
UI Expands Restoration Team to 1,000 Personnel

Work continues through the weekend United Illuminating announced it has restored service to more than 100,000customers impacted by Tropical Storm Isaias, and is on track to substantially complete restoration for its remaining impacted customers by Monday. As of 3:15 on Saturday, Orange still had 497 customers without power, that’s 7.73%. As of noon Saturday, the company increased its field presence to 1,000 from approximately 800 personnel who were working on restoration activities on Friday.  “We are continuing to identify and bring in [Read The Full Story]

Maroney To Propose Legislation To Give Customers Relief

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Aug 072020
 
Maroney To Propose Legislation To Give Customers Relief

State Senator James Maroney (D-Milford) is planning to propose legislation following Tuesday’s Tropical Storm Isais. Sen. Maroney is calling upon United Illuminating to provide credits to ratepayers and reduce delivery rates on residents’ electric bills. Following the storm, thousands of people are still without power. It has been three full days since power has been knocked [Read The Full Story]

No, The Town Will Not Pick Up Your Storm Debris

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Aug 072020
 
No, The Town Will Not Pick Up Your Storm Debris

A resident sent this message tonight: “Is the town picking up debris from the storm? My neighbors told me if we pile it up near the road the town will take it away.”  The answer is, “No.” According to the Highway Department, there are no plans for the town to remove any of the mess [Read The Full Story]

Case Memorial Library: Power Is Back On, Open For Pick Up Again

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Aug 072020
 
Case Memorial Library: Power Is Back On, Open For Pick Up Again

After two days’ closure due to the power outage, the staff is back in the library and ready to help you with curbside pickup and computer use by appointment. The Case Memorial Library is located at 176 Tyler City Road. Here are some new titles that arrived this month: New Adult Fiction, August 2020 Each [Read The Full Story]

 UI Expands Restoration Effort, Updates Estimates

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Aug 072020
 
 UI Expands Restoration Effort, Updates Estimates

With 80K customers restored, National Guard, Central Maine Power, and out-of-state contractors boost field presence to 800+ personnel  United Illuminating announced Thursday that it has restored a total of 80,000 customers as it continued to expand its restoration effort with the arrival of additional crews and contractors, as well as National Guard assistance. Meanwhile, the company said it [Read The Full Story]

Maroney To UI: My Constituents Deserve Answers

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Aug 062020
 
Maroney To UI: My Constituents Deserve Answers

Today, State Senator James Maroney (D-Milford) submitted a letter to The United Illuminating Company questioning their response efforts following Tropical Storm Isaias. The storm left thousands of people without power throughout the towns Orange, West Haven, Milford, and Woodbridge, which United Illuminating services. Senator Maroney is looking for answers after concerns have been raised following [Read The Full Story]