Power is 100 Percent Restored in Hasbrouck Heights
Some areas of town were out for 10 days following Sandy.
Power in Hasbrouck Heights has been 100 percent restored, the borough reported Thursday morning.
Some areas like parts of Lincoln and Ottawa avenues and Henry Street went 10 days without power after Sandy and finally had it returned on Wednesday.
There were no additonal power outages reported as a result of the Nor'Easter storm which only left behind two-to-three inches of snow on the borough early Thursday which was already melting by mid-morning.
Schools are in session and all businesses have since reopened since Sandy struck the area on Oct. 29.
PSE&G's repair plan released on Wednesday had showed there were still nearly 300 customers in the borough without power and it was projected it would take until Friday to get all power returned but borough officials report it's all back as of Thursday morning.
There were some temporary power outages reported Wednesday in the area of Cleveland and Field Avenue. Also Houlihan's on Route 17 south reported Wednesday night it had to close for the night due to power outage. All power to those areas has since been returned.
Although power to the neighborhoods which still had remaining outages has been returned there could still be a few customers in those areas still without power. Therefore residents are reminded to report such outages to PSE&G to make sure they are on the list.
The number to report outages is 800-436-PSEG (7734).