MAMARONECK, N.Y. – The warming center at the Mamaroneck Town Senior Center closed Thursday, Norman Rosenblum, mayor of the Village of Mamaroneck, said in an email.
The warming shelter, at 1288 W. Boston Post Road, opened in response to Hurricane Sandy. The center closed because there was no longer a demand for it, Rosenblum said.
The Hampshire Country Club on 1107 Cove Road continues to offer residents without power a place to go and charge their electronic devices on a limited basis.
The number of village residents without power dropped to approximately 475 on Thursday evening.
Hundreds of customers in the village had power restored Thursday after two Con Edison crews and a cut and clear crew began restoration work.
Rosenblum said the one crew that had been working in the village in previous days was sent away to Cortland Thursday morning. The village coordinated with residents to submit complaints to Con Edison, the New York State Public Service Commission and Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office.
"In response to our efforts, the Village did receive a crew assigned back to the Village of Mamaroneck," Rosenblum said in the email.
There are still 573 Con Edison customers without power in the Town of Mamaroneck and 233 in Larchmont.
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