I was on Patch.com this a.m. and wanted to share this article with the latest on the numbers of those without power still in Maplewood and surrounding areas. For updated maps of outages you can visit PSE&G.com
Some Lingering Outages in Maplewood
by Mary Mann
PSE&G says 21,000 customers across the state are without power as of 11:30 a.m. Nov. 3. Up to 500 of them are in Maplewood.
All the schools have re-opened as of this morning, and many residents have regained power. Roads are also getting cleared of debris and downed wires.
As of 11:30 a.m., November 3, the PSE&G outage map shows that Essex County continues to be the most adversely affected county in the state served by PSE&G — with upwards of 10,000 customer outages remaining. However, Maplewood is listed as having between 1 and 500 outages (South Orange, on the other hand, still has 501-2000 customers without power, according to the map).
Those without power can continue to make use of the DeHart Community Center on Burnett Avenue which is open as a warming center. The libraries are also open and have been a popular place to warm up have coffee (the Main Branch has a machine that actually will make you a vanilla latte!) and recharge your laptop and/or cell phone.
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