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Sunday, March 04, 2018

昆士市風雨過後持續救災 3/5 正常上課

Evening Storm Update

Beginning tomorrow, March 5, there will be trash collection in flood-impacted areas every day for the week. Curbsides may not be totally cleared tomorrow, but will be picked up over the course of the week. Hazardous materials such as lead-based paint cannot be accepted, but the City will schedule a special drop-off day.
Quincy Public Schools will be open Monday, March 5.
Heavy equipment crews will continue to clean debris from impacted areas, and crews on Sunday assisted state partners to ensure that Quincy Shore Drive will be open for the morning commute on March 5.

National Grid is gradually restoring power to impacted areas. There are multiple crews working in the City of Quincy, but power in some areas may not restored for at least another 24 hours and likely longer.
A shelter is now open at St. Thomas Aquinas Hall in Houghs Neck, directly adjacent to the earlier shelter at Atherton Hough School.
The Department of Public Works is continuing to assist homeowners in pumping out flooded homes. Call 617-376-1910 for assistance.
Residents with structural and infrastructure damage to their homes are encouraged to contact the Inspectional Services Department for assistance. A special hotline is available at 617-908-2144.
Engineering teams began an expansive review of infrastructure damage across the City and that process will continue in the coming days.
Governor Charlie Baker joined Mayor Koch today to tour some of the most impacted areas of the City, and the City is working with Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency with goal of securing federal disaster relief for the City.