Utility Companies Meet With Warren Officials

Three months after Superstorm Sandy's knockout to the power grid, township meeting with companies.

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, hundreds of thousands in New Jersey were left without power—in Warren, it took more than two weeks for residents to have service fully restored.

Township officials have taken several steps in hopes of avoiding a three-peat of extended power outages this year, and at Thursday's Township Committee meeting, officials discussed some of the recent actions the companies have taken.

We'll bring reporting of the committee's discussion, as well as bring you up-to-date on other efforts at making the companies more responsive this week.

Andrew Smart January 28, 2013 at 11:22 AM
BOTH JCPL and PSEG need to cut ALL branches that encroach/hangover/lean against ANY of their infrastructure, in our region. That is why they charge us an included line item for maintenance, in our joyful monthly utility bill. However, paying bonuses to their senior staff was more paramount in their plans. BOTH organizations to face the reality that these weather/power outagges have happened three times in the past two years. They (and all of us) have to face the reality that it will happen again.


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