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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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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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Does this Photo of Utility Workers Anger You?

This photo was provided by a loyal listener who was frustrated by the lack of response in certain areas of NJ by the power companies to getting residents' power restored. Dennis and Judi have been stressing to listeners that they need to be patient as the power company workers have been doing all they can to get the power returned all NJ residents. But when you see a photo like this, does it frustrate you?

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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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NJ Utility Companies Could Face Steep Fines for Power Delays [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie announced he's proposing legislation that holds public utility companies responsible for their performance during natural disasters, including significant financial penalties.

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Utilities Rely on Out-of-State Workers After Storm

Utilities in the Mid-Atlantic region have brought in thousands of out-of-state workers, some from as far away as Canada, to help restore power to the millions of people affected by violent storms with near-hurricane-force winds.

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