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Gov. Malloy, Sen. Blumenthal Tour Clinton After Hurricane Sandy

The governor, senator and other officials walk the beach area of Clinton to see first-hand the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy.

 

Governor Dannel Malloy, Senator Richard Blumenthal and other state and town officials toured Shore Road in Clinton the afternoon of October 31 to see, up close and personal, the damage brought on by Hurricane Sandy.

Also in attendance were State Senator Eileen Daily, State Representative Jim Crawford, Clinton First Selectman Willie Fritz, Clinton Selectman Tom Vicino, and Clinton Police Chief Todd Lawrie, among others.

Shore Road was a prime example of the strength of the hurricane which moved decks, sheds, and other structures across a lawn and across the street. There were piles and piles of sand and debris that had washed up in yards and on the roads. Some houses suffered much damage, others will require general cleanup.

It was a hurricane that spared hardly a surface.

Phyllis October 31, 2012 at 11:11 PM
Fay... Patch has been our ONLY source of info since the storm. No other source of Clinton info. Thank you so much.
Fay Abrahamsson October 31, 2012 at 11:53 PM
Thank you Phyllis!! (PS - you share the same name as my mother)
CL&P Response Disappointing November 01, 2012 at 01:54 AM
Oh good. The politicians have arrived.
Amy C November 01, 2012 at 10:22 PM
Where's Obama?
Karen Malloy November 02, 2012 at 03:06 AM
Our family member lives on Commerce St. Clinton about 2 blocks from the water - I think it is Long Island Sound. We think she is with other family members further away from the water but not sure. Any word on Commerce St. ? Karen - Washington state

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