The Putnam County Emergency Management team sent the following to residents, via NY-Alert (the state's online communication system), Monday afternoon:
- Putnam County Transit and Para-Transit remain suspended until futher notice.
- Putnam Valley Senior Center (117 Town Park Lane in Putnam Valley) and the William Koehler Senior Center (180 Route 6 in Mahopac) will be open as "Comfort Stations" only. The "Comfort Stations" are setup to provide residents with heat and electricity. The Putnam Valley and Koehler Center's hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 a.m. through 9 p.m. Further details will be provided as the storm progresses.
- The Putnam County Meals-on-Wheels and Senior Transportation remains suspended until further notice.
- Interstate 84 East at the Connecticut/Brewster border has been closed by the Connecticut State Officials.
- Town of Southeast and Village of Brewster the United Cerebral Palsy Association (15 Mount Ebo Road South in Southeast) will be providing a Comfort Station tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 30) from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. UCP is located at 15 Mt. Ebo Road South (at Doansburg Road). Heat and electricity is available for residents.
- The Town of Kent Police Station will be available to charge phones and computer on Tuesday.
- Philipstown is anticipating that all municipal departments will be open Tuesday (weather permitting) and the recreation center is available for heat and electricity.
- New York Courts located in Putnam County will be closed on Tuesday, Oct. 30.
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