Robbinsville, Warren look to lose JCP&L

ROBBINSVILLE - At least two New Jersey communities want to dump JCP&L as their utility company.

Robbinsville and Warren are furious over how the utility responded to outages following Hurricane Irene and the Halloween weekend snowstorm.

JCP&L says it will cooperate as the Board of Public Utilities looks into complaints from the communities.

Power companies say they'll adjust bills JCP&L restores power lost in fall snowstormS. Orange families fed up with power outagesNJ utilities restoring electricity lost in stormUtility companies receive overwhelming amount of complaintsNJ power outages down to below 27KMore than 52K without power in NJMore than 150K without power in NJ

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