Updated Power Restoration List

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

FirstEnergy adjusted its list of estimated power restoration times for northeast Ohioans still living in the dark nearly a week after Superstorm Sandy blew through the area.

Any community not listed is now receiving service.

Many customers may have their service restored before the stated time, according to FirstEnergy.

The list below reflects estimations as of Sunday morning.

MUNICIPALITY:  RESTORATION TIME

AVON:  Monday Night – Midnight

AVON LAKE:  Monday Night – Midnight

BAY VILLAGE:  Monday Night – Midnight

BEACHWOOD:  Sunday Night – Midnight

BEREA:  Sunday Night – Midnight

BROOKLYN:  Monday Night – Midnight

BROOK PARK:  Monday Night – Midnight

BRECKSVILLE:  Sunday Night – Midnight

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS:  Sunday Night – Midnight

CLEVELAND:  Sunday Morning

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS:  Monday Night – Midnight

EAST CLEVELAND:  Monday Night – Midnight

EUCLID:  Monday Night – Midnight

FAIRVIEW PARK:  Monday Night – Midnight

LAKEWOOD:  Monday Night – Midnight

LYNDHURST:  Monday Night – Midnight

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS:  Sunday Night – Midnight

MENTOR:  Sunday Night – Midnight

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS:  Monday Night – Midnight

NORTH OLMSTED:  Monday Night – Midnight

NORTH ROYALTON:  Sunday Night – Midnight

OLMSTED:  Sunday Night – Midnight

PARMA:  Sunday Night – Midnight

PERRY:  Sunday Night – Midnight

*ROCKY RIVER:  Monday Night – Midnight

SEVEN HILLS:  Monday Night – Midnight

SOUTH EUCLID:  Monday Night – Midnight

STRONGSVILLE:  Sunday Night – Midnight

WESTLAKE:  Monday Night – Midnight

WILLOUGHBY:  Monday Night – Midnight

Read more on Sandy and the aftermath here …

*Rocky River residents who still don’t have power are urged to contact the Rocky River Police Department immediately.

You’ll be asked for your full name, address and confirmation number that CEI provided when you initially reported your power outage.

The police will turn the information over to the power company so crews can address the lingering issues.