Representatives from PSE&G were at Seaford High School Monday to introduce themselves to the community.
At the meeting sponsored by Legis. David Denenberg, D-Merrick, the company laid out a plan that included an increased focus on equipment maintenance and stabilizing rates, according to News 12 Long Island (paid site).
They also fielded questions on how they'd restore power in the event of another major storm.
They said they're planning on improving communication through social media, beefing up pole inspections and tree trimming and creating a new outage management systems, which company officials said would identify large outages and identify priorities first.
PSE&G will take over management of the Long Island Electric grid in January from the Long Island Power Company.
LIPA trustees voted earlier this month to approve the contract turning operations over to PSE&G.