Thousands of residents between Perry Hall, White Marsh and Kingsville remained without electricity into Tuesday evening, the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company power outage map showed.
According to County Councilman David Marks, power outages around Perry Hall after Hurricane Sandy were "more extreme" than after the July 27 derecho.
"During the derecho, power outages were more widespread in Towson. Now it seems they're more extreme in Perry Hall," said Marks, who represents both communities and lives in Perry Hall.
Marks emphasized that he believed BGE was making "steady progress" and thanked local residents for properly preparing for the storm. Several neighborhoods had their power restored less than 24 hours after losing it on Monday evening, he added.
Aside from power outages, including some affecting minor traffic intersections, and a few fallen trees, little local storm damage was reported to police.
According to Lt. Ron Brooks of the White Marsh police precinct and Officer Mark Dorsey of the Parkville police precinct, no major storm-related emergencies had been reported in the Perry Hall, Kingsville or White Marsh areas between Sunday evening and Tuesday afternoon.
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