Scattered Outages Remain In Mercer, Middlesex As Region Recovers From Snow

Thousands are still without power in Mercer and Middlesex County as the region continues to recover from the snowstorm.

Here are the remaining outages:

Carteret Boro0
Cranbury Twp7
Dunellen Boro0
East Brunswick Twp3
Edison Twp0
Highland Park Boro0
Metuchen Boro0
Middlesex Boro2
Milltown Boro0
Monroe Twp Mid0
New Brunswick City0
North Brunswick Twp15
Perth Amboy City0
Piscataway Twp0
Plainsboro Twp4
South Brunswick Twp8
South Plainfield Boro0
South River Boro0
Woodbridge Twp2

East Windsor Twp0
Ewing Twp53
Hamilton Twp Mer22
Hopewell Boro1
Hopewell Twp Mer125
Lawrence Twp Mer55
Pennington Boro16
Princeton Boro223
Princeton Twp660
Trenton City76
Washington Twp Mer0
West Windsor Twp39

In Princeton, the emergency staff met at 3 p.m. Thursday to assess the progress that is being made by local crews and in particular PSE&G on power restoration. 

Public Service continues to work on problem areas. They have significant manpower and crews working to restore power and will be working into the evening hours.

Residents are reminded that as power does return to their areas and if your property remains without power you should call PSE&G at 1-800-436-7734. It is also not unusual that as power is restored to areas that they need to interrupt power in some additional areas in which to bring larger system areas back on line. 

From Princeton officials:

Public works will continue the storm debris clean-up tomorrow and Saturday. In addition they will be removing snow from certain areas. 

This removal effort will take place early in the morning. This may cause some disruption in certain areas of the central business district and on some other localized streets, but must be done in preparation for any future snow or weather events. 

Warming stations at Witherspoon Hall will continue to be available for residents. In addition both the public Library and McCaffrey's are available for the public during their normal business hours.


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