Millburn mayor losing patience with power company
With some neighborhoods still experiencing power outages and dark, cold nights, Mayor Sandra Haimoff said she has reached the end of her patience with the utility company charged with getting the township back on line after a devastating hurricane.
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#1 Nov 10, 2012
We still don't have power as of Fri, Nov 9th. It has been more than 10 day already! The weather has been below freezing for the last two nights. Imagine if we have any other catastrophic disasters or the power generator stations are damaged? We will never survive. The power companies should at least provide emergency power with mobile generators for those cold nights!
#2 Nov 10, 2012
Actually I am from Short Hills, not East hangover!
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