Manasquan Borough Council will consider a resolution tonight that calls on JCP&L to make specific changes in communication after it was roundly criticized following superstorm Sandy.
The governing body will meet for a work session at 7 p.m. and its regular business meeting at 8 p.m. in Borough Hall, 201 E. Main St., Manasquan.
The resolution asks JCP&L to provide municipalities with more information on their power grids, asks for on-site support, advocates for regional, regular conference calls and argues for communication upgrades, among other measures.
The draft was developed by Tinton Falls and is being circulated among Monmouth County municipalities. Mayor Michael Skudera has said the resolutions will be sent to the Legislature, Board of Freeholders and the Board of Public Utilities.
Additionally, the governing body is expected to provide a general update on Sandy recovery efforts and will consider resolutions to set the 2013 beach badge and parking rates.
The meeting agendas, attached at right, are subject to change.