Atlantic City Electric is monitoring a coastal storm that is expected to bring severe weather to our area this weekend. Strong winds and heavy rainfall may bring down trees and damage equipment, resulting in power outages for our customers. We are prepared for this event and have enhanced our staffing resources to best respond. Safety is our top priority. We urge customers to stay away from downed wires and other equipment. To report a downed wire, call 800-833-7476. Report and track outages through our mobile app or website at atlanticcityelectric.com/StormPrep.
For Immediate Release
Veronica Town Recognized as Leader with Potential to Solve Problems
MAYS LANDING, N.J. - Atlantic City Electric Senior Public Affairs Manager Ronnie Town has completed the 2011 Leadership New Jersey program. The program is designed to bring together a select group of individuals from across New Jersey who are recognized as emerging leaders with potential to solve problems of statewide significance.
Town is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with community groups, key stakeholders and municipal officials in Cape May County. She also leads projects and initiatives outside of Cape May County. Town is a former recipient of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce's Volunteer of the Year award.
"I'm honored to have participated in such a distinguished program. I look forward to a continued partnership with Leadership New Jersey, ultimately working together to improve the communities we share," Town said.
Participants in Leadership New Jersey are selected on ability, demonstrated interest in the community, achievement in their profession and potential for responsible and effective leadership. Each year, more than 50 individuals are selected to participate in the program.
Atlantic City Electric, a public utility owned by Pepco Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: POM), provides safe, reliable and affordable regulated electric delivery services to more than 547,000 customers in southern New Jersey.