Message from the Mayor:

As the storm recovery efforts drag on, I realize we are all getting a bit more frustrated and our patience is wearing thin. We continue to push JCP&L to give us answers, specifics and most importantly, to get power restored.  JCP&L is maintaining restoration for the majority of their customers as of 11:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Our Township personnel continue to address branches over roadways and are plowing to widen streets to better facilitate buses in anticipation of schools being open tomorrow.  With that, please remember to take your time and drive defensively and courteously.  Leave yourself extra time to get wherever you need to be.

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We will continue to pick up herbaceous waste no larger than 3 feet in length and 4 inches in diameter. Please do not put anything larger in the streets, including oversized branches, as this will only create additional hazards.

The Fire Department has been responding  to multiple calls for carbon monoxide exposure due to improper placement of generators.  PLEASE follow the generator safety tips that we have posted on the Township’s website.

We have received the following information from JCP&L:

Multiple crews are out at the Waverly Substation, the Millburn Substation and the Short Hills Substation.  We have been requesting specific information as to which streets are affected by the utility’s “outage orders” and which “outage orders” have crews dispatched to them. We just received a listing from JCP&L of streets that are affected by outage orders that crews have been dispatched to work on. That information will be posted on the Township’s website and social media, which we will update as additional information is provided.



The Millburn Free Public Library is open until 4:45 today and the Bauer Center is open until 6:00 as warming and charging stations.

Again, I want to thank all of our residents for your patience and community-mindedness during this difficult time.  I also want to thank our Police, Fire and Public Works departments and personnel for their tireless efforts.

 

The following is an update from JCP&L (as of 3/11 at 12:30PM):

 

Outage tickets specifics. 

Crews working:
10117052-2 603 CYPRESS ST, EDGEWOOD TER, EVERGREEN TER, GILBERT PL, LOCUST AVE, MILLBURN AVE, MILLBURN AVE APT 2E, MILTON ST, MOUNTAINVIEW RD, MYRTLE AVE, NORWOOD TER, OAKDALE AVE, REEVE CIR, RIDGEWOOD RD, RODMAN PL, ROSEDALE AVE, SUNSET DR, WALNUT AVE


10094746-3 379 BALTUSROL WAY, BIRCHWOOD DR, CANTERBURY LN, CLAREMONT DR, E PINE TER, ELMWOOD PL, FERNCLIFF TER, GLENWOOD DR, INWOOD RD, MEADOWBROOK RD, OAK HILL RD, OAKVIEW TER, OVERLOOK TER, PINE TER E, PINE TER W, RIDGE TER, STONY LN, W PINE TER, WELLINGTON AVE, WOODCROFT PL, WOODLAND RD


10121389-1 333 AUDUBON CT, BISHOP LN, BISHOPS LN, BRANTWOOD TER, CAMBRIDGE DR, COLONIAL WAY, FALMOUTH ST, HARTSHORN DR, HEMLOCK RD, HOBART AVE, HOBART GAP RD, LAKEVIEW AVE, MORRIS TPKE, OXFORD DR, QUAKER RD, ROLAND DR, RT 24, STATE CT, TIMBER ACRES RD, UNION WAY, WAYSIDE, WAYSIDE BLK 99 LT 99, WEST RD, WESTERN DR, WHITE OAK RIDGE RD


JCP&L crews are back to work this morning.

More crews are arriving during today, getting their local safety training, and will be out restoring customers.

There are 28 outage orders in this district affecting 100 or more customers.  JCP&L is working on the few remaining open orders from the storm last Friday, the largest orders to smallest, while working to restore schools and other critical facilities.

JCP&L will continue calling customers to ensure we do not have smaller outages inside restored larger outage.

Currently there are 2,727 customers out of power in Millburn.  We have 7 line crews, 1 forestry crew, and 5 hazard crews for a total of 13 crews responding to outages in Millburn, excluding the crews working on the Waverly circuits. Those circuits affect 846 customers in Millburn.

There is an outage affecting 598 customers out of the Millburn substation.  The crew is in en route.  We have another outage affecting 387 customers out of the Short Hills substation, which was addressed yesterday. Work will continue on the substation today.