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Over 5,600 NJ Utility Poles Damaged, Destroyed By Storms

New Jersey residents who bore the brunt of Superstorm Sandy know that scores of utility poles came crashing down.

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Did Some NJ Officials Use Public Generators at Homes?

When the power went out after Superstorm Sandy blew through, some New Jersey officials put emergency generators in their homes and businesses.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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NJ Power Outages Spur “Never Again” Campaign

With electricity finally restored to most New Jersey homes and businesses after super-storm Sandy-related blackouts that stretched up to two weeks, a trio of lawmakers is launching a campaign to minimize future outages.

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Allison Joyce, Getty Images
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NJ Must Truly Address Long-Term Power Outage Problems [AUDIO]

There are systemic problems with the utilities operating in the Garden State that desperately need to be addressed says Tim McDonough, mayor of Hope in northwestern New Jersey.

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Governor Christie recaps storm recovery efforts at a press event in Somerset on Thursday. (Townsquare Media)
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Recovering From Sandy, Nor’Easter [AUDIO]

New Jersey will soon shift from 'recovery mode' to 'rebuild mode,' according to Governor Chris Christie, following the one-two punch delivered by Sandy and this week's storm.

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Only “Villain” in Disaster is Sandy, Chris Christie Says

Gov. Chris Christie says Wednesday's nor'easter caused only a slight setback to Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts and he expects all New Jerseyans to have power back by early Sunday at the latest.

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BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ - NOVEMBER 06: Police check in on neighbors during a forced evacuation due to an approaching storm on November 6, 2012 in Brick Township, New Jersey.(Getty Images)
BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ - NOVEMBER 06: Police check in on neighbors during a forced evacuation due to an approaching storm on November 6, 2012 in Brick Township, New Jersey.(Getty Images)
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PSE&G Delays Full Power Restoration to Saturday for NJ

The president of New Jersey's largest utility says last night's snowstorm delayed power restoration to all of its customers by a day, to Saturday.

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Over 450,000 Still Without Power in NJ

Utility crews working to restore power to parts of New Jersey battered by Superstorm Sandy are dealing with thousands of new outages caused by a nor'easter that's dropped heavy rains, sleet and snow on the state.

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Utility poles (User submitted photo from Bob of Stockholm)
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Power Co. Rumors Run Rampant in NJ

As a nor'easter brings freezing rain, snow and high winds to many parts of Jersey today, hundreds of thousands of people still don’t have power because of hurricane Sandy 9 days ago, and rumors are flying through the roof about all sorts of problems that the different utility companies are facing.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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Are You Still in the Dark After Hurricane Sandy? [POLL]

Slowly but surely, power is being restored to New Jersey residents. We have been taking calls all week long from New Jerseyans who have been in the dark for days.

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