The Borough has made significant progress clearing the streets and neighborhoods referenced during the 12:00 Noon call. Additional private contractors and state resources have arrived and are expected to arrive tonight (2/10/2013) and early morning (2/11/2013). Currently there are three (3) private contractors and one (1) crew from the Town of Ridgefield, which are joining Borough personnel, all with heavy equipment. We expect four (4) additional contractors and two (2) crews from Middlebury to join us by the morning (2/11/2013). We have requested National Guard assistance on Saturday (2/9/2013), and are expecting to receive equipment and personnel from the National Guard later this evening (2/10/2013). Regular plowing and sanding crews are prepared to respond to any freezing rain that falls in the morning (2/11/2013).
We should see plowing and clearing efforts begin in all neighborhoods by tomorrow morning (2/11/2013) at the latest. While we can not provide residents with exact times when their respective road will be cleared, we should have the resources and equipment to make serious progress throughout the night (2/10/2013) and into the morning (2/11/2013).
Naugatuck Schools will be closed on Monday (2/11/2013). School officials have been monitoring the amount of snow accumulated on school roofs throughout the weekend.
Town hall, the Naugatuck Senior Center, and all other non-emergency management departments will be closed tomorrow (2/11/2013) in the Borough. Governor Malloy has advised all non-essential state employees not to report to work on Monday (2/11/2013).
There will be no regular trash or recycling collection on Monday (2/11/2013). At the current time, all regular trash and recycling days will be pushed back one day for this week only.
The local state of emergency will be extended through 12:00 Noon on Wednesday (2/13/2013). Naugatuck’s Emergency Operations Center (“EOC”) will remains activated at the Naugatuck Fire Station.