PHOTOS: Utility repair trucks roll into Lakewood

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8 COMMENTS

  1. They do not need to roll into Lakewood. They are Headquartered right here on Hurley ace they spent the past few days totally ignoring Lakewood and driving to Brick and all the Beach Towns to put the interests of others before Lakewood which is where they were based it would have taken them maybe 2 hours to restore power to Ridge ave and Forest ave which is less than a 3 minute drive from where they are based on the corner of Route 9 and central ave

  2. It’s very upsetting to drive around town and see how the JCP&L subcontractors taking brakes and taking their time…

    They simply DONT CARE, thanks to the union mentality.

    Sickening. Where is the Mayer?

    7th Street and the whole Ridge area hasn’t seen a truck

  3. Jcp&L need to first make sure all the Bars and Clubs on the Beach have power so the Tourists can party on the Jersey shore before they. Send a truck to Lakewood to spend an hour fixing a Transformer

  4. Sen.Robert Singer and the O. C Freeholder Board has to understand Lakewood sits at the table in this county. Singer has contacts with Board of Public Utilties. Why did he fail Lakewood here?.
    The greater Lakewood community has to spell out to the Freeholder’s that the Jewish community has to have a contact person representing Lakewood. It is a shame everyone is affected. When your property taxes are due next week send a message to Sen. Singer and Freeholder Board.

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