Storm Stories and Storm Help--RIGHT HERE!

| 1 Comment
With Grove Avenue closed off at the train underpass and Woodbridge Avenue closed down at the train station, due to downed trees and ongoing removal of debris and limbs, it's clear that the repurcussions of the crazy Nor'Easter over the weekend are going to be with us for a few days more. Take a look at some of the damage, thanks to reader Emily Chang. There's a lot of work ahead this week to get over those wild winds and all that rain.

What happened to you? Do you need a chainsaw to break down a fallen tree in your yard? Do you need to borrow a wet-vac to help your basement cleanup? Give us your stories or calls for help and let the Metuchen Matters community help you out!

1 Comment

The Old Franklin School's small utility basement had over a foot of water, and though the furnace is now working again, it didn't like the dousing and will probably need to be replaced soon. Also, the yard (on the side adjacent to the YMCA/Masonic Lodge) was completely flooded and probably needs some serious work this spring. Overall, the school house fared pretty well though, considering other stories in town we've heard. So I guess overall we were lucky, but I do want to send a huge THANK YOU to Metuchen Fire Department for pumping out the basement (and being such wonderful neighbors overall!)

Leave a comment

Recent Comments

  • Tyreen Reuter: The Old Franklin School's small utility basement had over a read more

Monthly Archives

Powered by Movable Type 4.21-en