City of Madison continues cleaning up trees; power fully restored

The sound of chain saws and repair and clean up work could be heard throughout the city of Madison and surrounding area this weekend as clean-up for Thursday night’s severe storm continued.  

The City of Madison reported Saturday night that electrical power had been restored to all residents and that all three sub-stations were running at full capacity.  With this, the city then lifted the Energy Alert for residential and industrial customers.  

Madison Mayor Roy Lindsay had this update on KJAM Radio Monday morning.

City crews are hitting the streets again Monday picking up trees and branches, which must be placed in the boulevard in order for them to take them.  City residents can place both tree debris and construction debris in the boulevards, but they need to be separated.  City crews will concentrate on tree removal first before moving on to construction debris.



May 16, 2022