Some fallen trees blocking main arteries in Southampton have already been cut up and pushed to the side of the roadway to allow traffic through, while some side streets are obstructed by trees and downed wires still, as of Tuesday afternoon.
Bishop's Lane was inaccessible from Hill Street because of a tree that had fallen perpendicular to the lane, and Hill Street was closed from the 71 Hill Street complex to Windmill Lane due to a utility pole in front of the Southampton Cinema that was leaning over the roadway.
While many residents of the village are still without power, Main Street businesses were powered up. To name just a few, Herrick Hardware was busy, and Village Gourmet Cheese Shoppe and Silver's were open for business as usual.
Village Hall is closed, and many businesses remain boarded up.
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