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No New Outages from Nor'easter, Officials Say

JCP&L released new estimates for power restoration.

Chatham Borough Police Chief Philip J. Crosson and Chatham Township Mayor Nicole Hagner said residents suffered no new outages as a result of Wednesday's nor'easter.

Substantial outages remain in both towns, including the condo complexes along River Road in Chatham Township.

JCP&L released updated outage numbers which state 730 customers in Chatham Borough and 1,590 customers in Chatham Township—a total of 3,631 and 4,428 residents, respectively—remain without power as of Thursday.

Restoration estimates according to JCP&L can be seen in the table below.

Chatham Borough Chatham Township Number of Customers Out 730 1,590 Total Customers Served 3,631 4,428 Percentage of Customers Out of Service 20% 36% Estimated Customers Restored on Nov. 8 267 1,094 Percentage to be Restored on Nov. 8 37% 69% Estimated Customers Restored on Nov. 9
125 460 Percentage to be Restored on Nov. 9
17% 29% Estimated Customers Restored on Nov. 10
214 0 Percentage to be Restored on Nov. 10
29% 0% Estimated Customers Restored on Nov. 11
43 22 Percentage to be Restored on Nov. 11
6% 1%
Cougar Fan November 08, 2012 at 09:39 PM
The Mayor of Chatham Borough and fellow councilmen should be ashamed at their lack of reactiveness in coordinating the restoration of power in the Borough. A complete and utter cluster *@!K...great leadership by all.
Nancy Carnahan November 08, 2012 at 11:23 PM
Thank god my friend was wrong. I guess they don't even give reliable information to their employees. File your complaints with the bpu. Jcp&l has to pay for this. Thank goodness river road condos restored hour ago. Yay

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