Snow-Related Issues Cause Towns To Postpone Halloween

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UNION COUNTY – At least three Union County communities have elected to postpone Halloween trick-or-treating until Friday.

As of 11 a.m., more than 4,700 customers in Berkeley Heights had no power; in Mountainside, as many as 2,000 were still awaiting service restoration, while fewer than 500 were powerless in Roselle Park.

The three communities have suspended trick-or-treating until Friday, Nov. 4. Roselle Park has also cancelled planned Bender Avenue Halloween activities.

In Westfield, where between 5,000 and 10,000 customers were powerless as of 11 a.m., Halloween trick-or-treating is still on. Officials ask parents to supervise their children and make sure they get back home before dark.


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