Thursday, January 10, 2008


Consolidated Edison filed an application with the New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) to increase rates for its electric service. The Company has proposed to increase its annual electric revenues by $1.225 billion. According to the Company, the increase is needed to support investments in the electric delivery infrastructure, demand reduction and energy efficiency initiatives, among other areas. A public hearing is being held on:
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
4:30 pm
6:30 pm
The Westchester County Center
98 Central Avenue
White Plains, New York 10606

Writing: Those who cannot attend or prefer not to speak at a public statement hearing may comment by writing to Jaclyn A. Brilling, Secretary, Public Service Commission, Three Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12223-1350. Your comments should refer to "Case 07-E-0523 Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. Rates."

Internet: Comments may also be submitted via the "PSC Comment Form" in the "Consumer Assistance" file accessed through the Commission's website at or via the "Contact Us" link in the banner area at the top of the page.
All comments submitted via one of these alternative means should be submitted or mailed and post marked no later than February 8, 2008. Commission's website Case 07-E-0532, Con Ed Electric Rate Case.
The Westchester County Department of Public Works invites you to attend the Public Meeting and Project Briefing for the reconstruction / replacement of the Crane Road Viaduct on the Bronx River Parkway over the Bronx River and Metro-North Railroad at Crane Road.
This event takes place on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 with an open house at 7:00 p.m. and a presentation at 7:30 p.m. at the Westchester County Center, 198 Central Avenue, White Plains.


Anonymous said...

Now is the time for Greenburgh to start looking into windmills. We are waiting too long to get this type of an alternate method of getting electricity.
Most of the homes in Greenburgh are all electric .
This company has been the only one supplying Greenburgh and other areas with their service.
Yes we could go to another company that Con Edison reccommends,have you tried it.
It's for the birds in the long run one pays more.
Have you supervisor looked into New york State power and Light.
Most of municipal buildings have them as their suppliers.
No one thought that in an area like ours we would have so many communication companies at our finger tips now check how many we have.Each one giving us a better rate than the other.
The town has all that property at Taxter rd. why not put it to good use to service the people of Greenburgh and if possible sell what we dont use.
Con edison is hanging us because we have nowhere to turn.


Anonymous said...

Let's be the first to fight for better rates and a cheaper form of electricity here in Greenburgh.
We have the land to do this so what are we waiting for.

Anonymous said...

If you think getting into the electrical power supply industry is just a matter of putting up a couple of windmills, think again.
Con Ed doesn't even want to be in that business - they want to be the one delivering the electricity, not the one making it!
And they have a strong monopoly position on delivering electricity - they own the power lines, and will continue to do so until socialism triumphs and the government confiscates all private property.
Spend your personal energy on things like conserving energy and reducing your own carbon footprint.

Anonymous said...

taxter once again proves to be feiner's folly

Anonymous said...

What harm is there in checking with the companies that are putting up windmills to see what the cost is and how it is distributed.
Yes the government has to step in to help us.
Taxes are as high as the sky,gasoline is going up and up and now Con Edison wants a raise.
How are we to survive in todays world.
Paul with your contacts in Albany someone should come to our aid.
If you know whom we could contact please advise us.

Anonymous said...

These are not Town matters; they're State and County concerns. The Greenburgh as a Township has no input, but the citizens certainly do, so participate in the PSC forum regarding ConEd and the County forum regarding the Bronx River Parkway.

Mr. Feiner: I'm happy that you're interested in these matters, but you, also, need to participate as a private citizen. The Town's government has so much on its plate anyway; to be duplicating others' work isn't appropriate.