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Power Outages In Lacey Dwindle to Less Than 5

If JCP&L missed a spot, be sure to report it at 1-888-LIGHTSS

Two weeks after Hurricane Sandy struck the region, less than five Lacey residents remain without power, according to data provided from JCP&L to the state’s Hurricane Sandy Information Center.

As of Sunday at 8 a.m., 225 residents were still without power. That’s progress from the figures reported just after Sandy made landfall. At one time, more than 12,000 residents were without electricity.

What areas, if any, still don’t have power? Tell us in the comments.

If JCP&L missed a spot, be sure to report it at 1-888-LIGHTSS or by clicking here.

julie November 12, 2012 at 06:32 PM
What about cable tv internet?? I know JCPL may not handle this but does anyone know anthing please? We r on whyatt Court 2 weeks and nothing..called Comcast over and over all they say is "there's a service interruption in your area and we are working on it" seems like they r lieing at this point...
MyOhMy November 12, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Make sure you have Comcast prorate your bill!
Xavier November 13, 2012 at 12:42 PM
Comcast is one of the last companies that will get access to the utility poles after JCP&L finishes their work.

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