Hurricane Sandy and a hybrid superstorm is scheduled for the storm center to make landfall just south of New York City.
In preparation, several essential services will begin shutting down on Sunday, October 28, including:
- NYC MTA Subways
- MTA Bus Service
- Commuter railroad service (LIRR)
- Ferry Service
- NJ Transit
- PATH Service
- Amtrak Monday Service in Northeast
Currently, there is no estimated time for service restoration. It is believed that mass transit will remain suspended until 12 hours after the end of the storm, which is likely to be Wednesday.
Due to the lack of transportation, and for the safety of employees, our building will not be providing efficiency services and anticipates shutting down elevator service.
Our administrative offices will be closed. We request that you email us -customerservice@myNYCoffice.com- if you require any assistance.
Please keep in mind that the City has warned all residents and businesses that power outages – for an extended length of time – may be possible.
We will make every effort to ensure services do not get disrupted during these unique circumstances – and if they do, make every effort to have services return to normal in an as humanly realistic time frame as possible.
The Team at VH Int’l Business Solutions
Helpful storm related links:
- NYC Severe Weather Page
- NYC Mayor’s Office
- NY1 News
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- National Hurricane Center
- The Weather Channel
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