MORRISTOWN, NJ - During today's update, Mayor Tim Dougherty was joined by State Senator Anthony M. Bucco and Assemblywoman Aura Dunn. 

Senator Bucco and Assemblywoman Dunn visited Morristown as well as other towns that were hard hit by Tropical Storm Isaias.

"They are here to see how we are doing and giving them locations that we are having difficult times with", said Dougherty. "Because we can try to use as much influence as we can with Jersey Central Power and Light to get some of these roads open".

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As of Thursday evening, JCP&L is reporting 63,499 customers remain without power, down from 130,000.

"We know that it's communication, information. It's what everyone needs", said Dunn. "Even if we know that it may not be today, but as long as your informed, you know how things are progressing and that's what we are here for".

Consider us a resource", she said.

If you need to speak with Bucco, 973-627-9700. Dunn can be reached at 973-927-2526.

Doughtery reminded residents that if you are experiencing a power outage, you must call 1-888-lightss.



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