Shelby Town Hall will reopen on Monday
SHELBY – The Town Hall including the court will reopen to the public on Monday after being closed since late Tuesday afternoon following a electrical fire and power outage.
Town Supervisor Jeff Smith said the town offices have been sanitized after the electricity was restored late Thursday.
“We would like to thank the Shelby Fire Company and National Grid for their quick response on Tuesday,” he said. “We were fortunate to get all workers safely out of the building.”
The main three-phase power feed to the building became compromised and the wires burned apart, Smith said.
“This is a very unusual occurrence, which leaves us very happy we did not have any injuries or a major fire,” he said.
He commended Modern Electric from Lockport, Highway Department Superintendent Dale Root and employees Rusty Hoffmeister and Jeremy Beatty for going “above and beyond to get power restored.”