Seventy lucky customers, however, out of that 3,600 are still waiting for their power to be restored. Today, of course, is Monday.
That's the update this morning from the city of Cleveland, which is at least passing along something that resembles helpful information compared to what folks who inquired for updates and details from CPP over the weekend received.
Mind answering for everyone why your folks at HQ decided to be rude and condescending to my wife? Or why this happens every four months?— Seth A. Richardson (@SethARichardson) October 21, 2018
10 hours after outage: she couldn’t answer my questions.— Lisa Ryan (@LisaRyanNews) October 21, 2018
12 hours: they hung up without answering my call.
16 hours: I had to beg for answers until they finally brought a manager on the line.
WHAT KIND OF COMPANY DOES THIS?
Another Saturday night on the West Side of #CLE, another power outage. So, how’s that $5 million upgrade to the redundant backup system that was supposed to be completed by Sept. 30 coming along?— Terrance N. Husel (@CLE_Fan_2017) October 21, 2018
Cleveland Public Power, let it be noted here, remains the worst.
We are not updating because we have nothing specific to tell you. Telling you that crews are working has not been sufficient. When we have specifics we will report them.— ClevelandPublicPower (@clepublicpower) October 22, 2018