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Sean Dietrich Aug 11
We’ve passed about 1600 of them on the highway today.
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PSEG Long Island Aug 17
We have expanded our reimbursement policy to help customers for food and medicines spoiled during . For reimbursement information:
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Rosie Costa, MPH 🇨🇻 Aug 5
My 🏃🏽‍♀️ path this morning...yikes
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zainab iqbal Aug 5
was brooklyn prepared for ? the short answer? uhh no. "i don't care what the mayor says; tell him to come down to southern brooklyn."
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Autumn Calica Aug 4
Huge tree down on 24th Ave in due to
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Mike Hudema Aug 20
As fires rage across and . Torrential flash flooding is threatening lives in Puerto Rico as slams into the island, dumping a foot of rain in a day & knocking out power to 2.2 million. The is here. Act like it.
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PSE&G Aug 17
PSE&G wants to help customers who lost food and medicines during the outages caused by . For reimbursement information:
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Jimmy Greene Aug 9
Thomas A. Dorsey wrote today’s , “Precious Lord” after losing his wife&child. His holding on to God’s hand, even while “tired, weak and ‘lone” is inspirational to me as a bereaved parent, and as one who, like many, deals w this pandemic and now
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JCP&L Aug 8
Water and ice remains available to customers without service due to . View the list of locations ➡️
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Rep. Frank Pallone Aug 18
Today, I called on JCP&L to reimburse customers for food and medications lost due to widespread and prolonged power outages in the aftermath of . JCP&L appears to have taken far longer to restore service to far more people than other utilities in the state.
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Nicholas Isabella Aug 10
The damage NYC saw from was very similar to scenes like this from a tornado but across the entire city. I am writing a new blog post about this but let me pose a question. Do you think the NYC metro is ready for an actual hurricane (Cat 1 or higher)?
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CeFaan Kim Aug 7
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Ocean City PD Aug 5
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SenatorJoeAddabbo Aug 11
Standing today with Sharon Lee and my govt colleagues working to go forward in having utility companies address issues and provide improved reliable service. “Electricity is not a luxury, it’s a necessity and should be a civil right.”
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Mary-Lyn Buckley Sep 1
Two large downed trees haven’t been cleaned up for a whole month since Tropical Storm passed through our area. Soundview residents tell me “enough is enough” Full story coming up at 8 and 10
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Autumn Calica Aug 4
Another look at the trees fallen due to in where came to survey storm damage
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Eric Adams Aug 10
If you lost power for more than 48 consecutive hours due to , has claim forms to cover spoiled food, medication, or perishable commercial merchandise.
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Justin Brannan Aug 9
9:30 PM Sunday 5 days since Power outages by borough Queens: 6,843 Bronx: 3,224 Brooklyn: 614 Staten Island: 513 Manhattan: 67
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Security Systems News Aug 10
Reports: & TriStar Monitoring help central station in battle against . Read all about it here:
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Justin Brannan Aug 11
1 week since Power outages by borough: Bronx: 467 Brooklyn: 509 Manhattan: 0 Queens: 2,399 Staten Island: 3
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