National Grid has announced a scheduled power outage on Saturday, January 6, that will impact approximately 7,300 customers in parts of Monroe, Ontario, and Livingston counties. The affected areas include Henrietta, Mendon, Rush, Honeoye Falls, Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, Avon, Caledonia, Lima, and Livonia.
This interruption, slated to last from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is necessary for critical infrastructure repairs. The utility company is taking steps to ensure minimal inconvenience to its customers during this essential maintenance work.
To accommodate residents affected by the outage, warming centers will be available in various locations throughout the counties.
In Monroe County, centers will be open at the Mendon Fire Department Community Room, Rush Fire Department Building, and Honeoye Falls Ambulance Base.
In Livingston County, residents can access warming centers at the East Avon Fire Department, Avon Fire Department, Lima Emergency Services Base, and J.W. Jones Hall in Caledonia.
These facilities will be operational from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., providing a comfortable space for those in need during the power interruption.
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