Superintendent David Erwin's office said schools would be opened Wednesday barring anything out of the ordinary. The schools were closed Monday and Tuesday due to Hurricane Sandy.
Mayor Adam Salina chuckled when asked if Halloween was on as usual.
"Well since I took the blame for cancelling Halloween last year, I will take charge this year and say Halloween is on as usual," he said with a laugh. The Mayor technically doesn't have any legal authority to decide about Halloween but can offer advice to residents. "Obviously we want children and parents to be careful with debris still on the roads and sidewalks but we don't have wires down like we did last year so it will be much more safe."
And for those conspiracy theorists that think elected officials get special treatment, don’t tell Mayor Salina that. With just a few houses still without power in town, the Salina family was one of those select few.
"I think sometimes if someone says there is a storm coming, we automatically lose power," he said.