by The Milton Measure on Friday, November 2nd, 2012
As our readers well know, Hurricane Sandy, a category 1 storm, wreaked havoc across the eastern seaboard of the United States earlier this week. From Virginia to Maine, Sandy caused flooding, wind damage, and power outages, disrupting the lives of millions of Americans. Over 8 million people remain without power, and face an estimated $20 billion worth of damages. On Monday, during the storm, Milton Academy briefly lost power, but backup generators quickly restored it. Boarders were ordered to stay in their dorms, but no major damage has been reported on campus. The thoughts in the Miton community are with those who were affected by this disaster.
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