Queens Residents Fed Up With Tree Stumps, Downed Wires Lingering Since August Storm Turn To CBS2 For AnswersHomeowners said they got nowhere with the city in trying to get tree stumps removed and sidewalks fixed after a storm in August.
Report Finds PSEG Long Island Computer System Was 'Significant Cause' Of Problems For Customers During Tropical Storm IsaiasA special task force released its 30-day report Tuesday.
PSEG Long Island Considering 'No-Call Policy' For Non Emergencies; Customers: There Definitely Is A Lack Of TrustYou may not be able to reach PSEG LI the next time your power goes out during a storm.
Altice Called Out For 'Wholly Inadequate' Storm Response After Some Customers Spend 2 Weeks Without InternetDuring the storm, 400,000 Altice customers lost service.
Customers Fume Over PSEG Long Island's Response To Tropical Storm Isaias In Day-Long Hearing"They're terrible. We pay them enough money. I though they were a good company at one time," said 92-year-old Virginia Connors.
Experts: Long Island Trees Suffering From 'Salt Burn' As A Result Of Tropical Storm IsaiasIt's a strange sight across the Long Island landscape. Thousands of trees appear half dead.
Gov. Cuomo Says Utility Companies Face Steep Fines For Apparent Violations After Tropical Storm Isaias ResponseThe state is still threatening to terminate PSEG's contract and revoke franchises for Con Edison and Orange & Rockland if they do not make immediate fixes.
PSEG Long Island Says It Will Compensate Customers Who Lost Food, Medicine After Tropical Storm IsaiasThe utility's management will be questioned about storm preparedness, communication with customers and how such problems can be prevented with future storms.
Queens Residents Furious About Trees Toppled During Tropical Storm Isaias, Say They Complained About Some For YearsThere's great worry if something isn't done about these trees soon, people, not property, could be harmed.
Con Edison Expands Claim Policy For Spoiled Food, Medication After Tropical Storm IsaiasAt the height of the storm, more than 300,000 Con Ed customers lost power, the second-largest number of storm-related outages in the utility's history.
Nassau County Legislature To Review PSEG Long Island's Storm ResponseLegislators will review whether they did an adequate job in preparing for outages and communicating with customers about the timeline to restore.