RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – Hurricane Sandy has closed down most businesses and local government buildings in Ridgefield.
As of 2 p.m.. no roads were reported closed in Ridgefield, First Selectman Rudy Marconi said during a news conference Monday afternoon.
Ridgefield Town Hall is closed all day Monday, Marconi has said that the decision to close it again Tuesday hasn’t been made yet. However, Marconi said that any local parking tickets or payments due during anytime the Town Hall is closed due to the storm will be accepted as not late the day the Town Hall reopens. The Ridgefield Library, also closed Monday, and will make the announcement on a Tuesday closure later Monday evening.
He said that the Ridgefield post office has every intention of delivering the mail even during the storm.
Restaurants like Piccolo Pizza have announced that they will be open and delivering during the course of the storm.
“We understand that when the weather gets under way there may be wires, trees or other obstacles in the way and it may be difficult to get to you. We will do our best and if we need to meet somewhere along the way we will let you know,” Piccolo Pizza said on its website.
Marconi is encouraging residents and businesses to be careful.
“We don’t want anyone out on the road for safety purposes,” he said.
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