Editor Daniel Hubbard and Eric Goodman firstname.lastname@example.org
8:25 am on Thursday, November 1, 2012
Gary couldn't have explained it any better.
8:15 am on Thursday, November 1, 2012
I think we need a reality check here. Maybe some statistics on the number of poles downed by the storm, number of substations under water, and the number of transformers and distribution lines requiring repair, as examples, may be helpful to the "informed" and "uniformed". I agree with many of the comments on this forum, but my guess is that the amount of work required to get things back to the way they were prior to Sandy still has not been completely assessed in terms of manpower and materials needed for restoration. Noone could have planned for such devastation. I've been without powere since Sunday as well. From the little I've seen in the Washington Township area of Morris County, I'm not betting that we will have power back in a week from now. It's going to be weeks. Maybe I'm wrong, but I suggest we all start hoping for the best, but plan for a long haul.
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