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Sandy Hub: Recovery & Restoration in Nyack-Piermont

All things recovery here. Please use the comments to share information with your neighbors and give a vivid picture of what is going on in different parts of town

 

A week after Hurricane Sandy, Orange and Rockland Utilities reports that 40 percent of customers are still without power as of Sunday. 

Hurricane Sandy has claimed four lives in the Lower Hudson Valley.

A tree crashed through a home in Pearl River at about 6 p.m. Monday, killing a 51-year-old manand placing his family in the hospital.

In North Salem, a tree came down Monday evening, killing two middle school-aged boys.

A motorist on the Sprain Brook Parkway in Greenburgh died due to storm conditions Monday evening, as well, according to state police.

The storm—an amalgam of several foul weather patterns—brought its worst rains and winds through the region between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Monday.

The National Hurricane Center was no longer labeling Sandy a hurricane as of 7 p.m. Monday, as it teetered on the edge of the northeast coastline—but the squall still held amazing power.

Check out the Nyack-Piermont Storm hub for a look at more information on the hurricane

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O&R Updates:

  • O&R Reports Power Restored to 75% of Customers
  • Nyack Mayor Asks For Cooperation With O&R Workers (Sun. Nov. 4)
  • O&R Distributing Dry Ice on Sunday (Sun. Nov. 4)
  • O&R To Distribute Dry Ice in Orangeburg Monday (Sat. Nov. 3)
  • State Officials Fighting for Gas and Power (Fri. Nov. 2)
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  • Southern California Edison Trucks Being Flown In To Help With Recovery (Thur. Nov. 1)
  • Some Businesses Get Lights Back On Main Street (Thur. Nov. 1)
  •  (Thur. Nov. 1)
  •  (Wed. Oct. 31)
  • Part of Nyack: Power Back On (Wed. Oct. 31)
  • O&R To Post Estimated Restoration Times (Wed. Oct. 31)
  • O&R Warns of Downed Wires as Threat to Trick or Treaters (Wed. Oct. 31)
  •  (Tue. Oct. 30)
  • Hurricane Sandy’s Legacy - Power Outages And Downed Trees In Clarkstown (Tue. Oct. 30)
  • Most of Rockland Without Power; TZ Opens (Tue. Oct. 30)
  •  (Tue. Oct. 30)
  •  (Mon. Oct. 29)
  •  (Mon. Oct. 29)
  • O&R: All Hands on Deck for Hurricane Sandy (Sun. Oct. 28)
  • O&R Prepares For Storm As Severe As Irene (Sun. Oct. 28)
  • O&R Declares Storm Watch As Severe Weather Approaches (Sun. Oct. 28)

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Patch coverage:

Monday

  • VERIZON: Device Charging Stations Open in Areas Impacted by Hurricane Sandy
  • First Niagara Foundation Grant to Help Feed Hungry Seniors at Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland
  • Seven County Residents Hospitalized Due To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Bardonia Elementary School Open for Voting and Families in Need
  • Sandy Won't Deter Hudson Valley Restaurant Week
  • Transportation to Voting Places for People with Disabilities
  • Emergency Fund Established by Rockland Community Foundation
  • Needed: Items for NYC Sandy Victims
  • Local Taverns Reaching Out to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
  • O&R Distributes Dry Ice In Orangeburg
  • Local Salvation Army Continues Help Efforts In Piermont
  • Rockland’s Slow Pace Of Recovery
  • Only One County Polling Station Closed Due To Storm
  • NY State Probes Post-Hurricane Sandy Gas Price-Gouging Complaints
  • Letter to the Editor: Rockland's 10-Gallon Rule
  • O&R Distributing Dry Ice at Two Rockland Locations
  • Carlucci Proposes Bill Requiring Generators For Gas Stations
  • Rockland Bus Fares Waived And More Warming Centers Open
  • Local Firefighters Seek Donated Items For Breezy Point FD
  • Volunteering After the Storm: A Trip to Far Rockaway

Sunday

  • Olive's Restaurant and Bar in Nyack to Hold Blanketfest After Hurricane Sandy
  • Nyack Schools Closed Monday
  • [Updated] What You Need to Know for Your Monday Commute
  • South Nyack Church Replaces Sunday Service With Soup Kitchen
  • Nyack Mayor Asks For Cooperation With O&R Workers
  • Blogs: Helping One Another in Sandy's Wake
  • O&R Distributing Dry Ice on Sunday
  • Region Could Be Hit By Nor'easter This Week
  • Sunday: Nanuet Lions Collecting at Stop & Shop
  • Hot Dog Donna Gives Out Free Hot Dogs in Nyack (VIDEO)
  • Today: Nyack Soup Angels to Serve 2 Meals
  • Power Restoration Sparks Fire at Nyack Marina
  • O&R Reports Power Restored to 57% of Customers

Saturday

  • All New York ShopRites Open in Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
  • PIERMONT RELIEF EFFORT UPDATE - Ladies aux.
  • Sunday: Nyack Schools To Decide on Reopening
  • Nyack Mayor's Sandy Update from Saturday
  • County Government Shares Recovery Resources
  • O&R To Distribute Dry Ice in Orangeburg Monday
  • Toga Bikes to Host Unofficial NY Marathon
  • Nyack Lifts Alcohol and Food Service Bans
  • Rockland Bus Fares Waived Through Sunday
  • Senators: Send Emergency Food Assistance Now
  • Help on the Way [PHOTOS]
  • Clarkstown Police Ask for Patience at Gas Stations
  • Nanuet Firefighters Seek Donations for Breezy Point FD
  • Cablevision Offers Sandy Credits
  • After Hurricane Sandy: Extreme Lines for Gas in Nyack
  • After Hurricane Sandy: Mold Can Be a Threat to Your Home
  • After Hurricane Sandy: What's Safe to Eat in the Refrigerator?

Friday

  • State Officials Fighting for Gas and Power
  • County Executive Limits Gas Sales To 10 Gallons Per Person
  • United Water Relying On Generators To Provide Service
  • A Random Act of Kindness in Response to Sandy's Visit
  • Rockland County Orders Restrictions on Gas Sales
  • People to People Survives Sandy-Related Roof Fire
  • Nyack Chamber: Business Curfew for 10 p.m.
  • Few Gas Stations Have Fuel
  • FEMA Issues Major Disaster Declaration for Rockland & Westchester Counties UPDATE
  • Cuomo: Homeowners Will Not Pay Hurricane Deductibles
  • P-Cast: Tree vs. House; Gasoline Scarce
  • Consumer Beware After The Storm
  • Two Propane Tanks Rescued From Hudson River Near Tappan Zee Bridge
  • JCC Program Gives Kids A Break From Boredom
  • Rockland County Facing Gas Shortage
  • Storm Related Problems Assistance

Thursday

  • Using a Generator Indoors Can Kill You in Minutes
  • Palisades Federal Credit Union Offers Hurricane Sandy Emergency Loans
  • Nyack Bar Owners To Meet Village Officials Friday
  • National Guard To Meet In Rockland On Friday
  • Letter to Editor: South Orangetown Schools Status
  • Slow Progress In Clearing Downed Trees & Power Lines To Open Clarkstown’s Roads
  • Southern California Edison Trucks Being Flown In To Help With Recovery
  • Piermont Facing Difficult Recovery From Sandy
  • Most NJ Transit Bus Service To Resume Thursday
  • Polling Stations Not Immune to Hurricane Sandy’s Wrath
  • Inspectors Checking for Price Gouging at Gas Stations
  • Nyack Alcohol Ban Until Street Lights Return
  • Some Businesses Get Lights Back On Main Street
  • Senator Carlucci Blasts Rockland Gas Stations for Price Gouging Customers
  • Play Soccer And Raise Money for Hurricane Sandy Relief
  • Pearl River Helping Out After Sandy
  • Rockland Businesses Back To Work After Storm
  • Be Aware Of Scams: Check Utility Workers' Identification
  • [UPDATE] Nyack NAACP Candidates Forum Cancelled

Wednesday

  • Nanuet Resident to Bring Entertainment To RCC Shelter
  • Rockland Post Sandy: What’s Open for Essentials and Closed
  • Part of Nyack: Power Back On
  • O&R To Post Estimated Restoration Times
  • Piermont: Curfew Remains for Wednesday Night
  • County Issues Halloween Advisory
  • Halloween: What Should Your Town Do? (POLL)
  • Carlucci Asks FEMA To Declare Rockland County A Disaster Area
  • Shelter Workers Helping Displaced Residents At RCC
  • O&R Warns of Downed Wires as Threat to Trick or Treaters
  • West Nyack Man Wind Surfs During Sandy [VIDEO]
  • Pearl River Downtown Trick or Treating Canceled
  • Worst Storm In 100 Years In Rockland
  • Local Red Cross CEO Describes Post-Storm Efforts [VIDEO]
  • Residents Relying On United Way Post-Sandy

Tuesday

  • 76 Boats Damaged At Piermont Marina
  •  Streets
  • Rockland Residents React To Storm Aftermath
  • PHOTOS: Sandy's Aftermath in Rockland County
  • Orangetown: Use "Extreme Caution" Trick or Treating
  • Rockland Bus Service Sparse After Sandy
  • Hurricane Sandy’s Legacy - Power Outages And Downed Trees In Clarkstown
  • [UPDATE] Hurricane Sandy: Number of People Using Shelters Rises with Storm's Intensity
  • Orangetown: 70 Streets Closed Due to Tree Damage
  • Man Killed by Tree Identified as Jeffery Chanin of Pearl River
  • Clarkstown Extends Mandatory Business Closure
  • Indian Point Reactor Shuts Down During Sandy
  • Hudson Valley: Live Chat Hurricane Sandy
  • Most of Rockland Without Power; TZ Opens
  • Police: Yonkers Motorist Dies on Sprain

Monday

  • Pearl River Man Killed By Tree; Family Injured
  • Hurricane Sandy: Number of People Using Shelters Rises with Storm's Intensity
  • Boil Water Advisory Affects Certain West Nyack Homes
  • County Executive Restricts Roadways To Emergency Personnel
  • United Water Customers Asked To Conserve
  • Nyack Closes All Roads to Regular Traffic
  • Clarkstown Roads Open To Emergency Vehicles Only
  • Route 9W Closed by Fallen Tree in Piermont
  • Few Shoppers and Stores Open at Palisades Mall
  • Vanderhoef Warns Worst Of Storm Yet To Come
  • Astorino: Now is the Time to Evacuate
  • Sandy Closing In
  • Orangetown Declares State of Emergency
  • Village of Nyack Declares State of Emergency
  • Hurricane Sandy: Nyack Waterfront Begins to Feel the Pounding
  • Live Chat Hurricane Sandy with Patch
  • TZ Bridge Speed Reduction; Possible Closure
  • Clarkstown Declares State Of Emergency And Activates Emergency Operations Center
  • Only County Bus Service Operating Is TOR
  • UPDATE: Rockland Emergency Operations Center Up and Running

Sunday

  • State of Emergency Declared In Rockland County
  • Photos: Rockland Braces for Hurricane Sandy
  • Flood-Prone Areas in Stony Point Being Evacuated
  • West Nyack Residents Hope Sandy Isn't An Irene Sequel
  • O&R: All Hands on Deck for Hurricane Sandy
  • Attorney General Warns Against Price Gouging
  • Piermont Police Recommend Evacuations
  • Red Cross Launches Multi-State Response to Hurricane Sandy
  • Metro-North to Suspend Service on New Haven Line Sunday Evening
  • MTA Suspends Service Starting at 7 p.m. on Sunday
  • Residents Prepare for Sandy's Onslaught [PHOTOS]
  • How You Can Prep For Hurricane Sandy [VIDEO]
  • Cuomo Declares State of Emergency for New York
  • UPDATE: NWS Updates Rockland And Municipal Officials On Hurricane Sandy
  • NYS Thruway Preps for Hurricane Sandy
  • Video: MTA Prepping for Storm
  • O&R Prepares For Storm As Severe As Irene
  • Storm Preparation: Do You Have A Checklist?
  • O&R Declares Storm Watch As Severe Weather Approaches

Saturday

  • Officials: Pack a Family Emergency Kit for Sandy
  • National Weather Service Meteorologist Talks Hurricane Sandy
  • Hurricane Sandy: Don't Rush to Rake Your Leaves
  • Hurricane Sandy: Upper Nyack Firefighters Postpone Annual Spook House
  • Orangetown Prepares For Storm

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Check out the Nyack-Piermont Storm hub for a look at more information on the hurricane

rockland community foundation November 09, 2012 at 01:47 PM
The Rockland Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for financial assistance from county based non-profit organizations and individuals for the following funds: Community Crisis Relief Fund - Individuals and non-profit organizations Active Cares Fund - Non-profit organizations only Boulders Fund - Non-profit organizations only North Rockland Emergency Fund - Individuals and non-profit organizations Applications will be reviewed weekly, and grants made as funds are available, until further notice. Applications can be accessed via any of the following: • The Rockland Community Foundation website: www.rocklandgives.org • email: info@rocklandgives.org • phone: 845-947-286 • Rockland County Town and Village Halls (in person after November 8) If you have been fortunate to not been affected by this storm please consider making a donation to one or more of these funds. Donations can be made via: Check or Money Order made payable to the Rockland Community Foundation, P.O. Box 323, New City, NY 10956 or by Credit card or PayPal at http://www.rocklandgives.org. Contributions remain here in Rockland for those who need it most. Thank you.

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