UPDATED WED NIGHT
Call 311, NOT 911 if you have a tree down. Don’t tie up emergency lines, because there are people with dangerous situations.
Important links to check out (This list will be updated during the day and night)
NYC Public Schools will be open on Monday. Teachers will need to report on Friday.
How to Help (Via Kelly Whalen at Censtible Life) –http://www.thecentsiblelife.com/2012/10/how-to-help-natural-disaster-victims/ (Updated at 11:02 on Wednesday 10/31)
(UPDATED 8:51 pm Wednesday
Tuesday night) #NYC MTA Transit: http://www.scribd.com/doc/111722617/MTA-Subway-Map-for-Thursday (See picture right after the jump).
From CBS News – NYC to offer commuters free subway, bus and rail rides in Sandy’s wake through Friday – http://cbsn.ws/TnHD0M
Food Spoilage: According to Julie Meyers Pron via the USDA at Juliverse.com, if you lose power, your food should be fine for 48 hours. Link to article.
Breastfeeding: Hurricane Sandy: Tips on Maintaining Breastfeeding Success During an Emergency by Gina Cagne of Lansinoh Laboratories
Donate: Want to help Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts? Contribute $10 to one of these nonprofits. Thank you to Verizon Wireless for posting.
Red Cross: text REDCROSS to 90999.
Salvation Army: text STORM to 80888.