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NSTAR: Weston’s Power Estimated to Return Thursday Night

Over half of Weston is still without power.

It seems Weston was hit the hardest in Massachusetts by the blackout that followed Hurricane Sandy as over 50 percent of the town was still without power, but according to recent NSTAR estimates, there is hope the lights will come on soon. 

Based on an NSTAR estimate chart of all Massachusetts NSTAR towns, Weston’s power is estimated to return by Thursday night.

According to the chart, 2,182 of the 4,305 customers serviced by NSTAR were without power as of 8 p.m. Tuesday night. This represents a percentage of 50.7, by far the highest for any single town on the list.

Weston Resident November 01, 2012 at 01:17 AM
And now it is Wednesday night at 9:16 pm and 33% of Weston homes are still without power. Why?
Tom November 01, 2012 at 01:39 AM
To Weston Resident, Why? Because NSTAR failed to plan for a sufficient number of work crews. Instead of having two or three additional crews with equipment, they screwed the public once again.

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