Kendall cancels school for Monday due to widespread power outages

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 12 December 2021 at 5:07 pm

KENDALL – The Kendall school district will be closed on Monday due to widespread power outages in the community. National Grid doesn’t expect to have the electricity restored until Monday evening or near midnight tomorrow.

Kendall staff also shouldn’t report to school, said Julie Christensen, the district superintendent.

The Kendall Town Hall also is opening as a warming center for residents, said Town Supervisor Tony Cammarata.

National Grid is reporting 1,855 customers in the Kendall community are without power, which is most of the town.

There are currently 4,644 National Grid customers in Orleans County without electricity, out of 19,601.

In Genesee there 3,991 Grid customers without electricity out of 27,109 customers. In Niagara, 4,992 Grid customers are without power out of 83,165 customers.