Taking a look at what's going on in Elizabethtown, Pa., from the perspective of one member of Elizabethtown Borough Council.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Bracing for Hurricane Sandy
We are as prepared as we can be for Hurricane Sandy -- leaves cleared, patio furniture stowed, buckets of water filled in case we lose water. And now we got a phone call a short while ago from PPL with the dire warning to prepare for a possible week without power.
Schools in Elizabethtown are closed tomorrow and Tuesday, and the school district's Facebook page says officials will monitor the situation and make a decision at Wednesday. Donegal School District is also closed.
Gov. Corbett has already declared a state of emergency for Pennsylvania. Pennlive.com reported that Corbett said at a news conference this afternoon that residents should "be prepared to stay in your homes for an extended period of time, a few days and possibly without power, without water."
I don't have much more to report right now, but as soon as I do, and assuming I have power, I'll update what I can as soon as possible.
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