[UPDATE 8:53 p.m.] Acton Hurricane Info Center
All the latest Acton storm news here.
Update: 8:53 p.m.
Not certain yet whether Acton schools are open tomorrow, but while we determine that, here's a further note, from the Acton Schools website:
From the Superintendent: If power is out for a large number of Acton and Boxborough residents on Tuesday 10/30/12, a decision will be made by 1:00pm whether free dinner, hot showers and internet access will be available from 6:00pm—8:30pm at the High School on Tuesday. These services will not be available on Monday, 10/29/12.
Update, 5:10 p.m.
According to tweets, Route 2 west is CLOSED from Sudbury Road to Walden Pond due to a tree and wires down.
Update, 3:35 p.m.
Here are some updates from the town's website:
Arlington Street at Newtown, a tree is down, wrapped in live wires, making the road impassable. Awaiting NStar.
Central St (~#117): Railroad crossing gates stuck down.
Kinsley Road: two trees down in wires, wires 15 feet above street level.
195 in Town without power.
Update, 10:42 a.m.: From the town website: Medication refrigeration services are being offered for those displaced by the storm by the Acton Nursing Dept. Please call 978-929-6650 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for more information.
Schools are closed today in Acton. A decision on whether to hold school on Tuesday will be announced likely Monday afternoon.
Monday's public meetings in Acton have been postponed.
Town offices will operate with a skeletal staff, according to the town website, however all emergency departments will be fully staffed.
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