Cleanup efforts begin in Woodbridge, Orange

Residents of Orange and Woodbridge worked to clean up their neighborhoods following Sandy's aftermath. Nearly 99 percent of both Orange and Woodbridge remain in the

WOODBRIDGE - Residents of Orange and Woodbridge worked to clean up their neighborhoods following Sandy's aftermath. Nearly 99 percent of both Orange and Woodbridge remain in the dark. Woodbridge sustained large amounts of power lines and trees down, as well as some minor flooding. In Orange, 15 roads remain closed due to down trees and power lines. Schools in both communities are expected to open on Monday at the earliest. Officials say the storm's aftermath is not expected to affect voting on Tuesday.

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