Slight Relief Coming For Metro-North New Haven Line RidersThe Metro-North Railroad on Sunday announced that some slight service improvements are on the horizon for New Haven Line for the start of the work week Monday.
Con Ed Urges Lower Manhattan Customers To Conserve PowerCon Edison has urged customers who recently got their power back in Lower Manhattan to conserve energy while crews work to reinforce underground systems.
Where To Get Ice In Aftermath Of SandyCon Edison and Orange & Rockland Utilities said they will distribute both dry and wet ice at various locations to customers without power due to superstorm Sandy.
Con Ed Says 'Vast Majority' Will Have Power Restored By Next Weekend, Nov. 10-11The effort to restore power to those impacted by megastorm Sandy will apparently take longer than initially hoped.
Negotiations Between Con Ed, Union Enter Third WeekTalks between Consolidated Edison and its largest union ended Monday night with no agreement three weeks after negotiations began.
Unionized Workers With Con Ed Being Locked Out After Contract Negotiations FailUnion spokesman John Melia said that negotiations between the power company and Local 1-2 of the Utility Workers of America lasted just over 10 days. The contract expired at midnight on Saturday.
Con Ed Wants $1.7M From Park 51 Developer After New AppraisalCon Edison, which has been leasing the western half of the 51 Park Place building to the developer, is demanding $1.7 million from the developer after a new appraisal boosted rent to $47,000 a month from $2,700.
NYC Begins Clean-Up Of 'Not Enormous' Damage From Tropical Storm Irene"We are seeing some very serious consequences of the storm, including flooding and downed trees and power outages," Bloomberg said Sunday.
Con Ed Brings Crews From Across Nation To Repair Damage In NYCCon Edison says they don't expect to cut power before the storm hits, but flooding could bring a shutdown to areas including the southern tip of Manhattan and parts of the West Village.
Energy Surcharge Rips Off New Yorkers, Stringer SaysManhattan Borough President Scott Stringer said that a “little-known surcharge” has taken $342 million from the city via Con Ed bills for renewable energy projects, but less than $8 million in jobs has been returned to the city.
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