The West Orange Township curfew has been relaxed until Thursday at 6 p.m., town officials reported Monday evening.
Since Hurricane Sandy, township residents have been under at 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew. On Tuesday evening, officials announce the curfew would be relaxed for about 48 hours.
Although power crews have reportedly restored power to 80 percent of the township, town leaders warn residents to be careful when walking or driving after dark.
Other services are slowly returning to normalcy:
- Garbage and recycling services has resumed.
- Storm debris will be picked up, but must be separated from leaf pick up.
- However, the township will not pick up whole trees, tree trunks or stumps.
- Gas stations will continue to operate on a modified schedule and will be closed between 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Jitney service to the train station is suspended until further notice.
- Voting will be held throughout the township for Election Day on Tuesday, however three polling places have been moved
- For more information about post-storm conditions, visit the township's website at: www.westorange.org