Wilton Public Schools will be closed again on Tuesday and them finally opening will be made on a day-to-day to basis as Wilton struggles to cope with the aftermath of Irene.
CL&P reports that 81 percent of Wilton residents are without power. Restoration .
Lieutenant Donald Wakeman of the Wilton Police Department said it would likely take days to clear the dozens of roads around Wilton that have been closed.
“We still have lots of . There are so many trees down…some roads are impassable, some are barely passable. With the amount of destruction, it’s going to take days to clear,” said Wakeman.
Wakeman also said that Route 7 is one of the few roads that is clear, and that River Road, the conduit for Wilton Town Center, is passable, although he did not know if the center had power. Update: the center does indeed have power: Carluzzi's, Stop & Shop, Starbucks, and several other places are open.
The Wilton YMCA will be open today, starting at noon, and will offer locker room facilities and wi-fi in the lobby at no charge to Wiltonians until the power is restored