It would seem there might be some folks still stricken with no power, particularly these areas:
Thanks to everyone for their patience during this difficult week, as well as to everyone who has helped in getting power restored (hope it wasn't too much of a hardship for anyone). But if you still don't have power, don't take for granted that PSE&G knows you're out of juice; contact them to be sure (and hang in there!). For information on voting in Tuesday's election, jump below the map.* A large swath near the Linden border, an area east of Grand Avenue, West Scott and Linden avenues to Lower Alden Drive -- lots of downed trees in this area.* Near the Colonia border around Murray St.
* West of St. Georges Avenue in the vicinity of the high school (also saw lots of downed trees around there).- Near the Colonia border around Murray Street.
* A section of West Milton Avenue near West Emerson -- with reports of still no power at a few places in the vicinity of Maple Avenue and West Emerson Avenue, including the Clifford Case Senior Housing.
* Some issues within complexes, such as River Place, where both buildings have been restored but there are reports of issues with individual meters.
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Election Day is still Tuesday, with Roosevelt School the only local polling place without power but the county Board of Elections will provide a generator and the Police Department and Board of Education will provide external and internal lighting; voters should enter through the West Lake Avenue entrance (Door 17), according to the city. The polling place may not open exactly at 6 a.m. Polls are open until 8 p.m. Voters in the 5th Ward at the Senior Center on Esterbrook Avenue should enter the rear of the building.
The city clerk's office will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for assistance or election concerns, and can be reached at City Hall or by 732-827-2100.