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LaValle: LIPA Reports on Progress in Port Jefferson and Three Village Areas

Most of the work done was seen in Three Village and Belle Terre on Thursday while the bulk of Port Jefferson continues to wait.

LIPA is working on restoring power in neighborhoods in Port Jefferson and Three Village according to a report to Patch from Sen. Ken LaValle, R-Port Jefferson after getting briefed by the utility.

Below are highlights of progress that LaValle’s office gave to Patch:

  • Crews are currently at work on the Port Jefferson substation, which covers the areas of Old Field, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Poquott, Strongs Neck, Belle Terre and northern Stony Brook (north of Route 25A).
  • More than 130 line and tree trimming crews were working on Thursday on restoration in the area.

Belle Terre

  • Line crews with tree trim support continue to restore power in Belle Terre on or near East Gate Road, Old Homestead Road and Oakwood Road.
  • Restoration was completed on Village Woods Road today.
  • When these crews (nine crews) complete their work in Belle Terre they will be
  • redeployed to other areas just south and east of Belle Terre. Restoration in
  • Belle Terre is 95 percent complete.

Port Jefferson

  • Line crews restored service lost overnight on or near Laurel and Elm Courts inPort Jefferson.

East Setauket

  • Line crews with tree trim support restored service yesterday on or near California Road and Glenwood Lane in East Setauket. Two house services remain out of service and are expected to be restored on Thursday.
  • Line crews with tree support completed work on or near Coach Road  and Surrey Lane Wednesday.

Poquott

  • Restoration is substantially complete in Poquott.

Setauket

  • Line crews restored service yesterday on Bruce Lane in Setauket.

Strongs Neck

  • Line crews are working on or near Maple Avenue in Strongs Neck Thursday.
  • Restoration in Strongs Neck is about 95 percent complete.

Old Field

  • Line crews are about 50 percent complete with efforts to restore the eastern peninsula of Old Field. Line crews are working to restore service up to the beginning of the western peninsula of Old Field today.
  • This area includes a substantial amount of rear property work.

Stony Brook

  • Line crews are working north of 25A in Stony Brook on or near Christian Avenue, Wood Road, Oakway Drive, Cedar Avenue and Hollow Road today. The work on Wood Drive includes restoring 15 sections of down single-phase primary wire.
  • Line crews are working east onor near Ridgeway Drive in Stony Brook today.

As teams of line crews complete work as described above they will move on to adjacent areas still requiring restoration.

Moe Szyslak November 09, 2012 at 11:04 AM
LIPA and National Grid both need to have heads role. And, enough w/ Cuomo and his political posturing.Get your butt out from behind that desk with your complaining and get out in the streets like Christie's been doing....
Paul Hart November 09, 2012 at 02:23 PM
Hats off to the crews actually doing the work. LIPA management is another story. Obviously there aren't enough poles and the communication is terrible. We got electric back late Wednesday. I feel for those still suffering on the south shore and elsewhere. My son still can't get home to Long Beach.
itsjustme November 09, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Belle Terre is 95% complete. Interesting. While I'm happy for them, isn't that where Sen. LaValle lives? The article subtitle reads, "Most of the work done was seen in Three Village and Belle Terre on Thursday while the bulk of Port Jefferson continues to wait." When will the 9 crews in Belle Terre be deployed to help the "bulk of Port Jefferson"?
Harold E Campbell November 09, 2012 at 06:09 PM
We need to know what the LIPA/National Grid work plan is. How do they go about identifying the work to be done and prioritizing/sequencing the jobs to restore service efficiently? LILCO began the restoration process by having two man teams survey each circuit as soon as the storm ended. Every one of the hundred plus substations functioned as work centers dispatching work crews to the damage sites identified by the survey teams The Substation area work manager managed the crews assigned to him to restore service to his circuits. Work crews were sent to the substation area managers based on the damage (jobs) he found and reported to headquarters How is restoration organized and accomplished now?
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