The JCP&L resolution crafted by Monmouth County mayors asking the utility company to improve its services is quickly being adopted by local towns.
The Eatontown Council adopted the resolution at its meeting last week and now the Long Branch Council is expected to do the same during its Tuesday night meeting.
The resolution stems from comments and suggestions made by various Monmouth mayors and officials at a regional summit held in Tinton Falls last month to discuss how JCP&L handled Hurricane Sandy.
Officials at the meeting criticized JCP&L's lack of communication and information with their towns and agreed that the utility company should make some changes.
Some of the suggested changes include smaller, regional calls between mayors and JCP&L, proactive tree trimming, better intra-utility communication and a detail of JCP&L's capital plan. For a full list of suggested changes, click here.