Weston prepares for third nor’easter amid cleanup

<p>Weston officials said they were still cleaning debris off the roads from last week&rsquo;s storm as they prepared Monday for more snow.&nbsp;</p>

News 12 Staff

Mar 12, 2018, 10:03 PM

Updated 2,268 days ago

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Weston officials said they were still cleaning debris off the roads from last week’s storm as they prepared Monday for more snow.
“There's still a lot of debris all over the road, and a lot of the tree infrastructure is pretty weak,” said First Selectman Chris Spaulding. “So we're concerned."

As crews continue clearing fallen trees from last week, Tuesday’s storm may complicate the effort. Officials met at Town Hall to discuss response efforts. They say they've reached out to an Eversource liaison and are expecting a quick response if need be.
"Honestly we are prepared,” said Joe Miceli, Weston's emergency management officer. “We've been dealing with it now for about 10 days rolling one storm into the next, so we're still basically in response mode."
Officials say they encourage residents to email, call and report concerns on their Weston Connecticut Emergency Management Facebook page with pictures and addresses.


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