“The Town has been preparing for this storm for several days, and I hope that all residents have been, too,” Supervisor Petrone said. “With predictions of high winds and heavy snow, the best place for residents is in their homes. At the same time, residents should feel confident that the Town is working hard to make roads passable and provide necessary services."
Among the facilities closed because of the expected storm is the Dix Hills Ice Rink. Among the programs affected by the closure are activities at the Village Green Senior Center.
The Recycling Center on New York Avenue will be closed on Friday. There will be no Town refuse pickup on Friday.
HART Bus paratransit service will not operate on Friday. A decision about scheduled HART bus service will be made on Friday morning.
Petrone urged residents to stay off the roads and move cars off the street to make room for snowplows. Residents are also asked, when plowing their driveways, to pile the snow to the side of the driveway that is on the left when facing the house.Residents who want to report an emergency should call the Public Safety Department at 271-2157 or 271-6573. Those numbers will also field Highway Department-related calls including reports of downed trees blocking roads.
Several organizations and businesses are closing earlier than normal on Thursday because of the blizzard while others were unsure as of 3:30 p.m.
The South Huntington school district, with classes on holiday break, closed its central administration office at 3 p.m. and will reopen Monday.
The Half Hollow Hills Library will close at 5 p.m.
Walt Whitman Shops said at 3:30 p.m. that it had no plans to close early but would announce any changes on its Facebook page
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