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And on the 11th Day, There Was Power

Welcome to public office Rye Mayor Josh Cohn!

Week 10 and you have already had all hell break loose… And there is snow and wind in the forecast for Tuesday.

On Monday, the Mayor declared power has been restored across Rye. Tomorrow you can rest. Or maybe shovel snow.

POWER

The Mayor's day 11 declaration:

From: CITY OF RYE 
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 
Subject: IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM MAYOR JOSH COHN

We believe, on the eleventh day after the first nor'easter hit Rye, that all storm-affected Rye residents have had power restored. If that is not the case, please let us know.

I hope this will be my last March nor'easter message. I again express our collective thanks to our police and fire departments, and our DPW, and to all our City staff for all they have done. I would also like to thank the many residents of Rye who endured long power outages with remarkable patience, and all the residents of Rye, those with and without power, who exhibited great kindness in helping their neighbors.

I have had the benefit of the City's email list, the "listserv", as an important means of communicating with Rye residents. I have learned, though, that not everyone has signed up for the listserv. If you are not signed up for the listserv, please do so. The City uses it sparingly and it will not burden your in box. Instructions are provided below.

Josh Cohn
Mayor
jcohn@ryeny.gov

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