Just Days After Lawsuit Is Filed, JCP&L Gets To Work

PHOTO: Just days after a lawsuit was filed against JCP&L, the company has taken action, and have begun fixing bulbs around town. “They literally dropped what they were doing and dedicated their employees to correct the issue”, Mayor Menashe Miller tells TLS.

Crews were seen all day yesterday and today driving around Lakewood with a police escort, fixing the various issues with the lights.

Some of the issues include burnt out bulbs, short sensors, broken ballasts and in-ground wiring. The first three issues are the most common, and easiest to correct.

“The Township Committee will continue to monitor the situation”, Mayor Miller says.

The Mayor added, that he hopes that any future issues with the lights are dealt with before the number of burnt out bulbs accumulate.

The Mayor encourages residents who notice a street light out, to immediately report it to the Township by calling the dedicated number,732-364-2500, extension 7653 (POLE). TLS.


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  1. All the AGING sewer lines,esp. the lines under the care of NJ American Water should be inspected , fixed and Sealed by NJ American. There is a Tremendous amount of water ( from the ground and storm water) SEEPING into the system ,which we have to pay to treat!!!

  2. This great news thank you Mayor Miller for a job well done. Now it is up to US to report any new street light outages. If we don’t report the outages it will NOT be JCP&L fault but ours for not reporting them.

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