Montville Mayor Tim Braden is hoping residents can turn the negative of being without power for nearly two weeks into a positive.
"As we enter the 12th day of Hurricane Sandy's aftermath, I am calling for a day of 'Random Acts of Kindness,'" Braden said.
Acts he suggested included residents with generators running an extension cord to a neighbor's house, checking on elderly couples who live in the area, bringing hot meals to those who are unable to cook and dropping off food to those who do not have any to the Montville Food Pantry.
"They will feel better and so will you. You can make a difference!" Braden said.
Braden said the power company is continuing to work in the township, but that while residents wait, they can help others.
"As JCP&L chips away at the remaining 20 percent of the town without power, those who will be last need your help now more than ever."
He also said the township is putting the pressure on JCP&L to take care of Montville's residents as soon as possible.
"We continue to do everything we can to press JCP&L to get more crews to town and give us accurate information to pass on to the residents," he said.
The Montville Township Commitee will be hosting a special meeting Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the municipal building to discuss storm response with residents.