Expired: JCP&L Helicopter Inspections

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From JCP&L: “Please be advised that on approximately April 14th weather permitting, Chesapeake Bay Helicopters will be performing a comprehensive visual inspection (CVI) patrol on the T5020 (Smithburg-Deans) 500kV line and will be performing Routine Patrols on all 230kV and 115kV transmission lines. CBH will be patrolling JCP&L territory full-time until the inspections are completed – inspections will take approximately two weeks for completion. (more…)

Expired: Well Water Testing Available to Chester Area Residents

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This spring, Chester Township and Chester Borough will team up with Raritan Headwaters to offer well testing at an affordable cost. Residents can purchase water sample collection kits on Saturday, April 7th from 9:00 a.m. to noon at The Barn at Highlands Ridge Park at 100 North Road. Water samples must then be dropped off on Monday, April 9th from 6:30-10:00 a.m. at The Barn. Test results will be available two weeks later.

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Expired: BPU Schedules Hearings on Storm Response

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The New Jersey State Board of Public Utilities has scheduled the first two of five public hearings as part of BPU staff’s investigation into the response of the state’s four electric companies to the most recent storms.
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A Letter from Mayor Janet Hoven

Mayor Hoven addresses the community on issues such as the recent storms, brush collection, solid waste collection, budget, spring and summer happenings, and openings on commissions. Please take a few minutes to read about the storm recovery and other topics. Click here to access the newsletter. (Must open up this post to access link.)

Expired: JCP&L update 3/9

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The Mayors are participating in their daily call with JCP&L. According to JCP&L president Jim Fakult, “Of the 10,000 customers still out from storm Riley, 7000 will be back in service today and the remainder by midnight tomorrow. (more…)