MADISON, NJ - The storm that ripped through New Jersey, left many residents in and around Madison. While neighboring Chatham and Morris Township continue to see widespread outages for their residents, Madison Borough officials have said that 90% of households in Madison have had their power restored.

"Thank you Madison for your patience and cooperation as Madison Electric, DPW and Madison Fire Department worked to restore power, remove downed trees and deploy barricades and stop signs throughout town as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias", wrote officials. 

Work is still in progress, they said.

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Cleanup will continue over the next few days, with more info being provided this morning.

Residents were quick to comment the borough. 

"Great job as always", wrote one.

Many thanked them for doing an "amazing" job.

 

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