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Town Helps With Power Restoration, Holiday Shows

A weekly look-in at news from around the Town of Hempstead.

Destruction in the Seaford Harbor area south of Merrick Road following Superstorm Sandy. Credit Andrew Coen
Destruction in the Seaford Harbor area south of Merrick Road following Superstorm Sandy. Credit Andrew Coen
TOH Issues Information For Residents Looking to Restore Power in Flooded Areas

Many Nassau residents have questions concerning power restoration in areas that have experienced flooding during Hurricane Sandy. Neighbors want to know whether the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), the county, towns or villages are responsible for executing a power restoration plan to homes and other buildings in those “flood zones.”

Click here for a full list on how to get power restored in flooded areas.

Town “Shows” Families Great Holiday Entertainment

Upcoming performances from Hempstead Town's Department of Parks and Recreation include, comedian/magician Jim McClenahan on Saturday, Nov. 17, at 11 a.m. at the Merrick Road Golf Course Clubhouse and a theatrical production of “A Winter Fairytale,” on Friday, Dec. 28, 11 a.m. at Levittown Hall.

Jim McClenahan is a town favorite who performs a unique brand of comedy, hand-clappin’ music and seein’ is believin’ magic.

“A Winter Fairytale,” is a Plaza Theatrical Production that will inspire mirth and merriment among children and adults alike.

The Jim McClenahan Show is presented free of charge but tickets are required.  Tickets are available by calling 292-9000, ext. 382, or by using the ticket form on the town web site at TOH.LI. McClenahan also asks his guests to bring along an unwrapped gift for a needy child (please, no used toys).

Tickets for “A Winter Fairytale” are priced at $5 and can be obtained by calling the Town of Hempstead Parks Department at (516) 292-9000, ext. 382 or by using the ticket form found on the town website at TOH.LI.