JCP&L provides township with list of areas still affected by Tropical Storm Sandy.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Only about 25 percent of Montville Township remained without power Wednesday, according to Mayor Tim Braden. But despite JCP&L linemen continuing to work in the township, many residents who are still in the dark feel alone. Some residents told Montville Patch that they did not fear losing power during Wednesday's storm because they still had not seen it restored since Tropical Storm Sandy made landfall Oct. 29. "Not afraid to lose power since we haven't gotten it back yet. Day 9, and now the [JCP&L] website days [sic] Sunday! Are u kidding me," Megan Ob said on the Montville Patch Facebook page. Another reader, Sharon Hollfelder, said she hoped to have a few hours with power to heat up her home before the storm. "This is way too long to go…
Number of outages increased as Tuesday storms continued.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Many Morris County homes were without power Tuesday as JCP&L reported outages caused by severe weather. The number of outages increased throughout the day and by Tuesday evening, between 50 and 500 customers were without power. According to JCP&L's outage map, the affected area spanned from Denville to Montville, including a large portion of Parsippany. Some outages were also reported in the Rockaway area, although fewer, and Mountain Lakes. "Crews are working to restore power to all affected areas as quickly and safely as possible," according to the website. Those experiencing power outages in JCP&L's coverage area are encouraged to call 1-888-544-4877 or can report the outage through the website here. We want to know what you're …