Estimates Available as of 7 Nov 2012 at 11:00 am

Click through for the latest info from JCP&L on restoration estimates for the City.

As of this hour, the JCP&L website reports 2,140 customers without power, or 23% of all Summit customers. Click here to find the info on their site.

Here are the restoration estimates made yesterday, November 6th, 2012 at noon by JCP&L:

  • Today, November 7th: 11 customers;
  • Tomorrow, November 8th:  956 customers;
  • Friday, November 9th: 19 customers;
  • Saturday, November 10th: 393 customers.

Total: 1,379 customers. This info was extracted from this download. According to this data, that would leave 761 still without power as of Saturday, or a bit over eight percent of customers.

There has been some discussion concerning neighboring towns having had power restored faster than Summit. Below please find data from the JCP&L site as of just a few minutes ago which shows comparative data from neighboring towns.

[table]"Description","Summit","Millburn (JCP&L)","Springfield","Chatham (township)","New Providence"
"Customers Affected"," 2,140"," 2,371"," 2,001"," 1,545"," 1,332"
"Customers Served"," 9,217"," 8,054"," 7,413"," 4,428"," 5,204"
"%Customers Affected"," 23%"," 29%"," 27%"," 35%"," 26%"[/table]

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Ellen Dickson holds a Masters in Business Administration from Babson College and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She and her husband Chip raised three children, all of whom graduated from the Summit public schools system.