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Hey Mother Nature! April Fools was Friday!

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You missed it by a couple of days! Here, the forsythia thumbs its nose at the snow.
Photo by Susan Winters

 

Hey Mother Nature! It’s not April Fool’s Day Yet!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Meredith McClung

No , its the first full day of Spring and we got dumped on enough to make messy roads and to look very pretty. But, not enough to delay school (sorry kids.) Don’t worry, Easton. The temperature is already warming up and the white stuff was gone by afternoon.

Rain and wind storm leaves a trail of powerless homes

Last Thursday, a late February storm that seemed more like a spring storm, carved a path through the eastern portion of Redding. About 400 homes were left with no power. Some were not restored until last Saturday.

This is unacceptable. Eversource officials met with Redding representatives after the last big storm to discuss their slow performance in restoring power. They promised that this would not happen again.

First Selectman Julia Pemberton (who was one of the smaller amount of homes without power on the western side of town) said on Facebook, “Eversource executives must be held accountable.”

We will report back when we have more information.