JAN 14, 2021
A guide to when, where, and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
JAN 11, 2021
Also Lauds Governor Cuomo for Utility Shutoff Moratorium Plan
JAN 10, 2021
State of State Legislation Would Apply to Internet –Growing Necessity During Pandemic - Electric, Telephone, Water, Telecommunications, Cable
JAN 1, 2021
This March a state moratorium on utility shutoffs, put in place because of the economic hardship caused by the coronavirus, is scheduled to end. But there are ways for consumers to keep the power on. To get an additional 180 days and a deferred-payment agreement, customers must certify their need with their utility company.
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