Sandy Aftermath

Chris Ramer grabs a rake to continue cleaning up what he can in his yard after a large tree from his neighbor's property, in the 700 block of Murdock Road, fell on his house in the morning hours as a result of Hurricane Sandy in Towson, Md., on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. (Brian Krista, Patuxent Homestead / October 30, 2012)

County Councilman David Marks, who represents Towson and Perry Hall reported these outage updates in an email that as of 11:45 a.m. on Thursday:
 
There are now only 41 homes without power in Perry Hall.

Power has been restored to the Kilbride Court area and Cromwood-Coventry area in Carney as well.
 
Knettishall area also has its power back. And In Towson, the traffic signal is functioning at Hillen and Stevenson, where police were stopping cars yesterday to tell them that traffic lights are out should be treated as four-way stops.

Greenbrier and West Towson are also back online.  
 
Crews are working in Southland Hills.   
 
Power is still out in Campus Hills, parts of Stoneleigh/Idlewylde, Hillendale Park and Carney.  
 


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