More than 130,000 NYSEG customers in New York remain without power, including more than 26,000 of the company's 32, 4,445 customers in Westchester. A majority of Yorktown residents are doing their best to cope without electricity.
The company said it is repairing much of its delivery network after Hurricane Irene. On its Twitter page, NYSEG said information about dry ice distribution will be listed on its website today. On Sunday, the company said it had more than 600 people assessing damage and removing trees, even as outages kept occurring. The company said it will be working 24/7 to restore power.
Question: Are you satisfied with NYSEG’s response to the storm so far? Natural disasters are a challenge for everyone—residents, municipalities and utility companies, but do you think the company is doing enough to restore power?