First Selectman Robert Mallozzi reported that New Canaan made it through the storm none the worse for wear.
"Everything's fine," he said Saturday afternoon. "The Department of Public Works did a great job. There's black top everywhere, which is unbelievable."
Mallozzi said he got about 20 inches of snow in his back yard, and that around town people have been reporting between 18 and 22 inches.
He said that what outages there were in town were primarily manmade: A car accident on Heritage Hill Road brought a down a transformer.
The town will be all ready to go by Monday morning, according to Mallozzi, who said that Highway Department crews have been working through the storm.
"We'll send the guys home tonight and bring them back at 7 a.m. tomorrow to finish up. I don't anticipate any delays for Monday."
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