The outages began on Monday afternoon and 127 customers were still out on Tuesday afternoon.
West 93rd Street between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue was closed to traffic Monday.
Part of Sixth Avenue was closed after the voltage spread to doorknobs and street grates, officials said.
Salt and snow corroded underground cables, leaving the neighborhoods with reduced capacity, Con Ed said.
The two men said they were there to inspect the woman's Astoria apartment, cops said.
The project, estimated to take four years, is slated to start sometime before the end of 2013.
The utility company also asked customers not to use appliances including washers and dryers.
The lights will be turned off if the debt-ridden club can't pay its Con Ed bill, sources said.
Friends of the High Line said they planned to have the lights back on next week.
Snowstorm Nemo dumped several inches of snow on the city, but it was spared the worst.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said landlords should immediately repair buildings damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
More than a hundred Red Hook residents came together at a community meeting Wednesday.
Many residents in public housing are still waiting for their heat and hot water to be restored, however.
Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.
The storm swept through a little more than a week after Hurricane Sandy crippled the city.
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