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Shelter to open for Madison County residents without power

Posted 4/20/22

EATON — A shelter has been established at the Madison County Highway Facility in the Town of Eaton for Madison County residents still without power following Tuesday's …

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Shelter to open for Madison County residents without power

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EATON — A shelter has been established at the Madison County Highway Facility in the Town of Eaton for Madison County residents still without power following Tuesday's snowstorm.
 
The shelter will open at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the facility at 6200 Brown Road, county officials said. 
 
There will be cots available for sleeping, though space is limited, officials said. The facility will have power and heat. The Madison County Office of Emergency Management will be distributing a limited supply of dry ice to residents. 
 
According to National Grid, the hardest hit areas in Madison County are expected to have power restored by 11:30 p.m. Thursday. 
 
Additionally, there will be a limited supply of dry ice for those residents in need at  either the Georgetown Fire Department located at 954 State Rt. 26, Georgetown, or the Madison County Highway Facility in Eaton beginning at 6 p.m. tonight, until supplies run out. 

As a reminder, warming stations are open, including one at Brookfield Central School.  That location  is expected to be open until 11 p.m. tonight.

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