It’s been a memorable March thus far in Narrowsburg and surrounding areas: no power for almost a week, downed trees we’ll be cleaning up for years to come, and a textbook case of how a community comes together to cope in an emergency.
Deborah A. Feltrin passed away peacefully at home on March 6, 2018. She was 69.
Minerva “Minnie” Kubler of Beach Lake, PA, a longtime resident (1976) and retired as teaching assistant after 35 years at Damascus Area School, passed away on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Wayne Woodlands Manor, Waymart, PA. She was 89.
Monticello, NY - Sullivan County Public Safety Commissioner Rick Sauer announced that as of 5 p.m. today, Friday, March 9, the County EOC (Emergency Operations Center) has closed. That is to allow members that have been staffing the EOC, some of whom still don’t have power at their houses, to tend to their families and needs.
ELDRED, NY — Jeff Haas, supervisor of the Towns of Highland, issued a state of emergency on March 8, ordering, “that the National Guard and their equipment; Town of Highland Highway Department and their equipment; and the Sullivan County Department of Public Works and their equipment are authorized to be on the premises of any property within th
MONTICELLO, NY — The blizzard that dumped a foot of snow on March 2, followed by another storm five days later, had county, town and village officials scrambling for at least a week to limit the damage, and get things back to normal .
Press release from Sullivan County:
Approximately 3,000-4,000, majority in towns of Forestburgh, Highland, Lumberland and Tusten
STATES OF EMERGENCY:
Declared by the towns of Highland and Lumberland, prohibiting unnecessary travel on town roads (not County or State highways)
UPDATED (MARCH 7, 6 PM) list of warming centers:
* Youngsville Firehouse
* Fallsburg Town Hall, South Fallsburg
* Highland Town Hall, Eldred
* Tusten Town Hall, Narrowsburg
* Rock Hill Ambulance Corps
* Forestburgh Firehouse
Hawley, PA – Pike County Emergency Management today updated the multi-agency response to the strong winter storm that impacted our area in the midst of winter storm Quinn.
NYSEG has crews working all throughout the day today. Yes, they are working through this storm restoring power. We went from 400+ this morning to 195 currently without power in Tusten. MOST of Swamp Pond and Gables have been restored now.