JCP&L – Tree trimming activities announced for the following:
JCP&L serves more than one million electric customers throughout New Jersey and operates and maintains thousands of miles of electrical conductors to provide safe and reliable electric service to those customers. Maintaining these lines requires, among other things, the routine trimming and removal of vegetation on a cyclical basis, determined by JCP&L in accordance with applicable regulations, to avoid or reduce service interruptions to JCP&L customers within your community (and elsewhere) as a result of vegetation interference with those lines. Experience has shown that regular, diligent and professional vegetation management practices assist in reducing the number of service problems and outages that our customers experience.
During the first quarter of 2019, JCP&L contractors continue to perform distribution line clearance tree trimming in your community along Company rights-of-way out of the Taylor Lane Substation. This work will include the routine trimming of limbs to provide 4 years of clearance from electric wires, selective removal of limbs overhanging the electric conductors and removal of hazard trees that pose an imminent risk to electric facilities. All tree removals are performed in accordance with JCP&L’s easement rights or otherwise with the written consent of the property owner.