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Updated timetables from PSEG and JCP&L allow citizens to see a prediction of when their power will return.


Prentiss Gray November 06, 2012 at 08:45 PM
Do we have the kind of data we'd need to do it? A house by house or block by block table of outages?
John Dunphy November 06, 2012 at 08:49 PM
Prentiss, I honestly have no idea. Kathy Shaskan took point on that when she was still Editor for Morris Township-Morris Plains Patch. But, she got sane and left last year. If you have her contact info, you could reach out.
John November 07, 2012 at 12:21 AM
It's more than Romney wants to do, that's for sure. Romney wants to get rid of FEMA! :(
Sally November 08, 2012 at 04:21 PM
Christie should resign. What is he doing except taking calls from Obama. He got his power back in Mendham yet there are 35% of the town still out. Don't ever vote for him again!!! Jcp&l claim they will have everyone restored by Sunday??? Yeah right, they initially claimed by Thursday. Who is holding them accountable??? Christie is to busy wasting doughnuts.
still no power November 11, 2012 at 12:53 AM
Why are we the public paying for JCP&L's mistakes? Check out the poles on Brooklyn Mt. Road in Hopatcong & on Lakeside Blvd. They have not kept up with the Mantianace and up grades and just keep adding wires from whoever and never up graded the sorce the Poles. Looks like most poles, if you leaned on them hard they would snap! Let alone 80 mph Winds. Stop taking the money out of the system and add some back for repairs. Antaquated systems can't be expected to work. of course now the Utilities can blame all there falts on the storm alone


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