Rate Jefferson's Response to Sandy
How do you think the township is doing?
It's been about two weeks since Hurricane Sandy came ashore to wreak havoc on Jefferson Township and the tri-state area as a whole. Now, the town continues to dig out of the debris to clear trees from homes and roads, and restore power to residents.
But how do you think the township has done so far?
Jefferson Township Mayor Russell Felter said the majority of the township's power was restored by Sunday night after nearly two weeks of JCP&L and DPW crews cleaning the debris.
Township officials opened comfort centers two days after the storm, and the OEM has also been sending out alerts to residents.
Do you think the storm response in Jefferson was effective?
Take our poll, and tell us in the comments if you think the township has been doing a good job in its emergency response.