New Canaan Public Schools will open for the first time in three days tomorrow under a 90-minute delay. Superintendent David Abbey announced his decision at about 7:30 p.m. after officials from the town Department of Public Works and Connecticut Light and Power reported that all schools have power and most roads in New Canaan will be passable by morning.

"My concern has been, would the kids be safer in school or outside of school for five or six hours all over the place and, I would imagine, unsupervised," Abbey said.

He added, "If parents have concerns, I encourage them to accompany their children to the bus stop."

In necessary, workers from the DPW and CL&P will be stationed at hazardous spots along to the bus routes to ensure that no students are harmed by felled trees or wires.

"I'm 100 percent comfortable," said First Selectman Jeb Walker about Abbey's decision to open schools. "A 90 minute delay is the right answer."

As of 7 p.m. on Wednesday, at least a portion of the following roads in New Canaan are hazardous due to leaning poles, low wires, grounded wires, grounded transformer, excess brush or felled trees:

Lapham Road

Southwoods Drive

Talmadge Hill Road

Lost District Road

Apple Tree Lane

Turtle Back Road

Cascade Road

Toquam Road

Wahackme Road

Ash Tree Lane

Bennington Place

Carriage Road

East Cross Road

Knapp Lane

Weed Street

Welles Lane

West Cross Road

Ponus Ridge

Carter Street

Clapboard Road

Comstock Hill

Pocconock Trail

East Hills

River Street

Brushy Ridge Road at Route 123

Kimberly Place

Richmond Hill

Seminary Street

Beech Road

Braeburn Drive

Carter Street

Cedar Road

Hickok Road

West Road

Father Peters Road

Parade Hill Road

Rural Drive

Hillside Lane

Brinkerhoff Road

Old Stamford Road at Route 106