More than 3,000 customers remain without power in Kings, Annapolis counties

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There are still 3,660 residents without power in Kings County in post-tropical storm Arthur's wake.

The greatest concentration of outages are in the area around Wolfville and the Kingston area. Click here for the latest list.

They include:

• 428 customers on Ridge Road, Gasperau, Greenfield, White Rock, Sunken Lake, Black River and adjacent side roads. The outage occurred July 8 at 9 p.m. and is expected to be restored July 9 at 7 p.m.

• 532 customers in Waterville, Black Rock Road, Maple Ave west to Berwick, Grafton, Woodville, Canada Creek, Chipman Brook, Somerset, Welsford, Garland, Harbourville and adjacent side roads. The outage occurred July 5 at 8:17 a.m. and it’s expected to be restored by 1 p.m. on July 9.

• 614 customers have been without power since 6:26 a.m. on July 5 in Canning, Habitant, Kingsport, Medford, Delhaven, Pereau, Woodside, Blomidon, Scotts Bay, Bennets Bay, Ross Creek and adjacent side streets. Power is not expected to be restored until 8 p.m.

• There are 239 customers without power in Highbury, North Alton, South Alton, Welton Landing, Forest Home, Murphy Lake, Blue Mountain, Aldersville, Casey Corner, Canaan, Prospect, Mcgee Lake, Lake George, Lake Paul, Parker Meadows and East Dalhousie. Their power went out on July 5 at 10:48 p.m. and will not be restored until July 9 at 2 p.m.

• There are 321 customers without power in Kingston Center, Pineridge Ave, Bishop Mtn Rd, Bishop Mtn, Ravenwood subdivision, including adjacent side streets. Their power went out at 8 a.m. July 6 and will not be restored until July 9 at 11:30 p.m.

• Another 184 customers are without power in East Kingston, Auburn, Aylesford, Morden, Ogilve, Victoria Harbour, Millville, Nicholsville and surrounding areas. The outage occurred at 8:30 p.m. July 8 and is expected to be restored at 11:30 a.m. July 9. The cause of this outage is still being investigated.

• An additional 1,342 customers are without power in Middleton. They are located in Nictaux West, Brickton, Mt Hanley Rd, Port George, Shore Rd East and surrounding areas; and Nictaux south and east, Middleton East, Victoria Vale, Margaretsville, Hwy #10 to Crul Hole and surrounding areas. Power in all of those areas is not expected to be restored until 11:30 p.m. July 9.

Organizations: Kingston Center

Geographic location: Kings, East Kingston, Annapolis Wolfville Ridge Road White Rock Sunken Lake Black River Waterville Black Rock Road Canada Creek Somerset Canning Scotts Bay Bennets Bay Ross Creek Highbury Middleton East North Alton Alton Forest Home Murphy Lake Blue Mountain Lake George Parker Meadows Dalhousie Auburn Victoria Harbour Nicholsville Nictaux West Brickton Port George Shore Rd East

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  • kathy silver
    July 09, 2014 - 22:06

    boy do I have issues, they kept saying when we might get power, then told I had power, two houses over had power, followed another truck a few minutes from our problem so there were trucks around but still got no power, had a terrible time getting them on the phone, it kept saying number was not in service, finally got them and they said there was only 28 people and they deal first with 100 or more first, finally got power and it was off in a couple of hours, now I can not get hold of them again, if there is a problem with my spelling I am trying to do this in the dark

  • Barb Kennedy
    July 09, 2014 - 11:09

    Get it right NSP power been out since June 5th and all you are doing is causing hardship to a lot of people, You knew we were in for a big storm you had a week to prepare for this like the rest of us, this is inexcusable , This company should be ashamed of them selves for using properganda to the citizens of NS.. You call now and you get ignorants from customer service , just because you ask why they are using a time of 11:30 when they know very well that is not true..the NS government should step to the plate and takeover the Company