Hydro crews continue their repairs from last week’s storm, and they may be finishing up by this weekend.
Hydro One reports that several hundred customers are still without power in North Hastings, Apsley and Cloyne areas, and are responding to dozens of individual power outages.
However, many of these outages are expected to be repaired in the next few days, with the latest predicted to have their power back online by June 5th. Hydro One asks for continued patience as they clean up from the storm.
Meanwhile, Tudor and Cashel Township remain under a state of emergency, and they are urging residents to not drop off storm debris at their waste sites. Residents can drop off their logs and brush at 89 Limerick Lake Road or the township location on Highway 62, which will be marked by signage.
Wollaston Township, which also remains under a state of emergency, has thanked various volunteer groups for their cleanup efforts, including the Coe Hill ATV Club.
Both townships are hoping the province will activate the Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians Program for the area. They want residents to submit insurance claims for their damaged property in order to activate the program.