Eleven days after Hurricane Sandy toppled trees and severed branches, knocking out power for more than 90 percent of the township, everyone in Wyckoff has power again, representatives from PSE&G and Orange & Rockland are telling officials here.
The Wyckoff Office of Emergency Management Friday told residents that despite the claims of the energy companies, "The Township of Wyckoff has no independent way to confirm this information, other than have residents contact us if they remain without power."
The OEM suggests that residents without power contact the Wyckoff Police Department at 201-891-2121, as well as their electricity provider:
- PSE&G customers call 1-800-436-7734
- Rockland Electric customers call 1-877-434-4100
A police officer will respond to your home to assist in determining the specific problem that needs to be corrected by the utility company, according to the OEM.
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