MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. — Primary and secondary roads are now all accessible in Mount Kisco after cleanup efforts from Hurricane Sandy, Village Manager Jim Palmer said.
The current focus of village cleanup efforts was to make the public right-of-ways safe for pedestrian and vehicle travel, Palmer said Wednesday.
Storm debris such as tree limbs that have fallen on private property can be piled at the curb for collection provided, he said. Debris must be tied in four-foot bundles.
The village will resume collection of leaf bags and curbside leaves later this week, he said. Refuse pickup remains on the normal schedule.
In power restoration efforts, Con Edison was working in the southern areas of the village, Palmer said.
So far, power had been restored to Brook Street, as well as much of Grove, High, Ward, Leonard, Thorn, West Hyatt, Spring, Boltis, Woodland, Main Street, Moore Avenue, St. Mark’s, Lawrence, Pine, Spencer and Lexington as of Wednesday.
The emergency shelter remains open at the Boys & Girls Club at 351 Main St., Palmer said. For wireless service and computer use, the Mount Kisco Public Library is open and fully staffed.