Monday, January 22, 2007

SAVE THE DATE: 2/15 meeting with con ed 7:30 --let's take proactive steps to reduce potential for power outages

Save the date: Last year there were a number of power outages in Greenburgh. Some homeowners had power outages 4, 5 or 6 times. I have scheduled a meeting with Con Ed officials for Feb 15th at 7:30 PM at the Greenville School in Edgemont. The purpose: to discuss proactive steps that can be taken by Con Ed and the town to reduce the potential for future outages.
This meeting is not going to be a meeting where we point fingers at each other - the goal of the meeting is to look ahead, to take action steps so we can avoid a repeat of the problems of 2006.
If your neighborhood had numerous outages last year please advise. My e mail is


Anonymous said...

Why hasnt the Town taken any action on as of right for emergency generators? Scarsdale has?

Anonymous said...

And what about the much-publicized "Residential Claim for Food Spoilage" forms that Con Ed encouraged us to file and which they summarily rejected? I assume this will be addressed. Why did Con Ed made its reimbursement offer when it knew full well that its customers would base their claims on non-reimbursable storm related damages? Its behavior can at best be characterized as insincere and disingenuous and, at worst, fraudulent and unlawful.