Petition Closed
Petitioning Township of Bridgewater Mayor Dan Hayes and 2 others

Governor Christies and Township of Bridgewater: Fine JCP&L and remove JCP&L from serving Bridgewater township


This is a repeat from the snow storm of 2011, JCP&L has failed to provide plans of restoration, the crews working for JCP&L have not been given the correct direction for restoration, their customer service reps are rude and even after having reporting power loss and down wires several times a day, the report has not been logged. We have down trees, down wires, down poles that are extremely dangerous and removal and fixing has not been scheduled. Citizens are trapped in their homes even after a week has passed and JCP&L has not been able to correctly delegate the multiple crews that have come to help them. The devastation of Sandy is large, all we are expecting JCP&L is to begin work and inform us of their progress regularly so we can set our expectations correctly and can plan our lives in the aftermath of Sandy. We need JCP&L to show they care about us and treat us as humans. We need JCP&L executives to optimally distribute their crews to make sure work begins on hard hit areas too. JCP&L has failed to do that in the past and is failing again. We petition to remove JCP&L from servicing Bridgewater township.

Letter to
Township of Bridgewater Mayor Dan Hayes
President, Board of public utilities Robert Hanna
Office of the Governor of NJ Governor Chris Christie
Fine JCP&L and remove JCP&L from serving Bridgewater township

This is a repeat from the snow storm of 2011, JCP&L has failed to provide plans of restoration, the crews working for JCP&L have not been given the correct direction for restoration, their customer service reps are rude and even after having reporting power loss and down wires several times a day, the report has not been logged. We have down trees, down wires, down poles that are extremely dangerous and removal and fixing has not been scheduled. Citizens are trapped in their homes even after a week has passed and JCP&L has not been able to correctly delegate the multiple crews that have come to help them. The devastation of Sandy is large, all we are expecting JCP&L is to begin work and inform us of their progress regularly so we can set our expectations correctly and can plan our lives in the aftermath of Sandy. We need JCP&L to show they care about us and treat us as humans. We need JCP&L executives to optimally distribute their crews to make sure work begins on hard hit areas too. JCP&L has failed to do that in the past and is failing again. We petition to remove JCP&L from servicing Bridgewater township.