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Chatham Township Power Update, November 9, 2012

We received the following work plan from a JCP&L line supervisor on the road restoring remaining areas that are still without power. 

There is a dedicated line crew that is currently working to restore the remaining 20+ building in the River Road condo complex that are still without power. These buildings are primarily in the Coachlight section on Canterbury road and the Sutton Woods section.

Line crews are also continuing to work on Shunpike Rd., last near Cougar Field, and making their way down to Lafayette to restore power to the streets that feed off Shunpike in section such as Robinhood, Lenape, and Falmouth. Other line crews are working to restore the remaining outages in the Linden Lane area and around Fairmount near Longwood. As these areas are restored the crews will move to the other pockets of outages and single homes that have been reported to their system. We will continue to supply JCP&L with our inventory of outages beyond those mentioned above for them to cross reference with their own list.

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