Power Nearly Fully Restored in Bridgewater

Very few customers remain in the dark after Sunday night's deadline.

Nearly all power has been restored in Bridgewater.

Projections from both PSE&G and JCP&L maintained the utility companies were expected to meet the Sunday night restoration deadline. According to JCP&L's outage map early Monday morning, only five Bridgewater customers were still without power.

According to figures from PS&G, there were 620 customers without power as of Saturday. A total of 607 were expected to be restored Saturday, and the remaining 13 were scheduled to be restored Sunday.

As for JCP&L, their figures state that eight customers were still without power as of Sunday morning, and they are also expected to be restored by the end of the day.

Bridgewater Township Mayor Dan Hayes posted on the website Saturday evening that he did observe many utility vehicles around town working to fix the problems.

"The communication with the utilities has certainly increased as they work to restore power at the street level," he said in the message.

Hayes said that if, by Monday morning, anyone is still without power, they should call the utility companies directly because there may be a specific problem with the house.

Those using PSE&G should call 1-800-436-7743. Those with JCP&L should call 1-888-544-4877.

So, as we near the supposed end of the power outages, what is happening in your neighborhood, Bridgewater?

Let us know how many of you are still without power at this point.

Scott B-G November 11, 2012 at 07:46 PM
JCPL states there only 8 customers without power. I know at least 20 customers on Buxton Rd who would diasagree
Sharon Kafka November 12, 2012 at 07:31 PM
I am also without power since tree fell on my wires disconnecting me to the pole. I keep calling jcpl and all they do is transfer me to different departments and nothing is done. Meanwhile I am now on day 14 with no power
Sharon Kafka November 13, 2012 at 11:24 AM
We received power yesterday night


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