Many Weston residents still without power 4 days after storm

WESTON - Many Weston residents who are still without power following last weekend's surprise snowstorm spent today at community centers and public buildings, just trying to stay plugged in and warmed up.

The residents who came to Weston's Town Hall were simply looking for places to do the basics, such as shower, eat, work and sleep.

Weston officials have also turned part of the middle school into a comfort station with food, water and showers. Storm Resource Links INTERVIEW: CL&P Spokeswoman CL&P vows to restore power by Monday

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