NJ ELECTRIC CUSTOMERS DESERVE BETTER

April 1, 2018

If you didn’t lose power in recent storms, consider yourself lucky! More than 160,000 JCP&L customers were without power after recent storm Riley. At Governor Phil Murphy’s urging, the Board of Public Utilities will conduct an investigation of recent storm responses and has announced that it will hold at least 5 public hearings.

 

Details for the first two public hearings are:

 

Thursday, April 5th, 4-7 pm

Byram Intermediate School

2 Mansfield DrByram Township, Sussex County

 

Thursday, April 12th, 4-7 pm

Parsippany Town Hall

100 Parsippany Blvd

Parsippany, Morris County

 

The citizens group CHARGE (Consumers Helping Affect Regulation of Gas and Electric) started a petition asking utility companies to FIX the system. This is timely with the Board of Public Utilities’ investigation into recent storm responses and upcoming public hearings. Read the petition, sign it and then share it with your friends and neighbors:

 

http://chn.ge/2FPV4Yp


 

 

 

 

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