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FREEZING CON ED

Statement of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Agreement with ConEd to Freeze Rates and Invest in Resilient Infrastructure December 31, 2013 “Today the City agreed to a settlement that will keep ...
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AARP WANTS A UTILITY WATCHDOG

New Yorkers Hammered by High Utility Costs and Unreliable Utility Service Need Independent Watchdog with Authority to Protect Your Interests New Yorkers are paying the highest residential electric ...
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BRACE FOR MORE TAXES!

Say No to Gross Receipts Tax!! Governor Paterson's 2010-2011 Executive Budget includes a proposal (not currently in effect) that would give the authority to local governments to raise the Gross ...
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AN UNABRIDGED DELAY

Van Tulco, a contractor hired by the City for a municipal works project which involved the rebuilding of a Long Island City bridge, sued New York Telephone Company (NYTelCo) and Consolidated Edison ...
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WORK RELATED STRESS

Youssef Tokko sued Consolidated Edison Company for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) supposedly due to his employer's "discriminatory" conduct based on his race (Arab), national original ...
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NOT-SO-SLIPPERY SLOPE

In O'Connor v. Consolidated Edison Company, Jennifer O'Connor sued Consolidated Edison Company for injuries she sustained in a "slip and fall." O'Connor fell on an ice patch on a public roadway, which ...
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HOW GRATING WAS THIS?

Filip Di Sanza was injured when he tripped and fell over a raised metal sidewalk grating, which covered a vault containing a Con Edison transformer. After it was named a party to DiSanza's personal ...
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IT'S TIME TO SLAM CON ED!

Earlier this afternoon, I received a message from New York City Councilmember John C. Liu 's office about the power outage which impacted some 10,000 residents of Flushing, Queens, on June 1, 2007, ...
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CON ED: DID WE FORGET TO SAY, "THANK YOU?"

After nine days without power, New York City's residential customers impacted by the recent outage may file claims seeking to recover damages "for actual losses of food spoiled due to lack of ...
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SHAME ON YOU, MR. BURKE!

In our local papers, including today's New York Times, Kevin Burke, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Con Edison, has published a full-page open letter addressed to the hundreds of thousands of ...
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