Emergency Operations Center
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is opening the state Emergency Operations Center to prepare for the winter storm headed into southern New England.
Governor Dannel Malloy says Connecticut got through Wednesday’s winter storm in better shape than some nearby states. He says both Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating will be sending utility crews to Pennsylvania, to help restore electricity to some 650,000 customers there.
Governor Malloy says the state is gearing up for the blizzard forecast Friday into Saturday
Governor Malloy has partially activated the state’s Emergency Operations Center Thursday afternoon, in case smoke from a large fire in New York entered the state.. Initial tests indicated no detectable levels of hazardous material entering the state, and the EOC returned to “monitoring status.”
The State Emergency Operations Center was activated before and during the snow storm that socked the state last night and this morning.
Officials who have been manning the Emergency Operations Center at the State Armory are updating Governor Rell this morning on conditions caused by the blizzard. The blizzard blanketed the state with a foot of snow […]