MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Ice, Water, and food, is available at Croydon Hall from 11 am until 6p. Clothing is also available at Croydon Hall.

In addition comfort stations are now available at the Tonya Keller Community Center at Bray Avenue and Port Monmouth Road. This is a warming center and charging station only.

Tomorrow there will be an additional comfort station at Lincroft Elementary School at Route 520 and Phalanx Road. This is also a warming center and charging station only.

Beginning tomorrow at 10am, residents may begin to place bulky items at designated locations as follows:

In Port Monmouth at Greeley Park located at Brainard Avenue

In Belford at Belford Park located on Main Street and East Road.

In Leonardo at Kunkel Park located off Brevent Avenue, which is off of Leonard Avenue.

At all locations items are to be left in the parking lots, not in the park itself. All of these items can be left at the curb as well.

For reconnection of damaged electrical services, residents are urged to utilized licensed electricians for this work. Electricians may go ahead and perform work prior to obtaining a permit. Permits can be obtained subsequently. It will be up to JCP&L if the power will be turned on once this work is completed.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO CALL 732-615-2000 IF YOU HAVE ANY NEEDS FOR FOOD CLOTHING or or SHELTER. Remember you can go to the shelter and the comfort stations just for a little while to get warm if you wish.

Please click here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKVnofb-SGc&feature=youtu.be to listen to the the Mayor’s Audio Update

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