State reps meet with train commuters

WESTPORT - Three local lawmakers met with commuters this morning to talk about the service disruption on Metro-North the past two weeks.

State Reps. Kim Fawcett, Jonathan Steinberg and Tony Hwang reached out to people at the Greens Farms station in Westport.

The lawmakers are demanding a full refund for the number of days that Metro-North was not in service following a power failure.

They also thanked commuters for adapting so well to the changes during the inconvenience.

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