AARP and PULP Applaud Public Service Commission for Expanding the Low-Income Energy Affordability Program

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Benefits will reach nearly 100,000 new low-income households before heating season begins ALBANY— AARP New York and the Public Utility Law Project (“PULP”) today applauded the New York Public Service Commission (“PSC”) for expanding the State’s historic low-income energy bill discount program administered by the major electric and gas utilities. The order follows an emergency petition filed by AARP and …

TribuneAARP and PULP Applaud Public Service Commission for Expanding the Low-Income Energy Affordability Program

“I Am Prepared” Advised Lieutenant Governor Hochul Upon Delivering Her Address to New Yorkers on the Transition and the State’s Future

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Lieutenant Governor Hochul: “The promise I make to all New Yorkers, right here and right now, I will fight like hell for you every single day, like I’ve always done and always will.” Hochul: “I will travel the state to meet New Yorkers, to listen to them, to assure them that I’ve got their backs.” Hochul: “People will soon learn that …

Tribune“I Am Prepared” Advised Lieutenant Governor Hochul Upon Delivering Her Address to New Yorkers on the Transition and the State’s Future

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo Resigns
By Hezi Aris

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YONKERS, NY — August 10, 2021 — The deadline of August 13, 2021 set by the New York State Assembly after reading the Articles of Impeachment that were based on the investigative findings of sexual harassment  by as many as 11 women was undertaken and revealed by NYS Attorney General Leticia James. It has been the catalyst by which Governor …

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Upstate New Yorker Nearing Goal of Fly-Fishing ‘50 Best Tailwaters’

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><((((º> CATSKILL, GREENE COUNTY, NY — August 8, 2021 — As a birthday present on September 28, 2015, when Bill Cash’s wife gifted him with an Amazon card for the book “50 Best Tailwaters to Fly Fish”, he had no idea what was ahead. But it was then that Cash, a retired high school music teacher and band director from Catskill, …

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Statement from Attorney General’s Office Following Albany Sheriff’s Press Conference

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NEW YORK, NY — August 7, 2021 — The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James earlier today released the following statement attributable to Fabien Levy, press secretary and senior advisor, after Albany Sheriff Craig Apple held a news conference to discuss Executive Assistant #1 coming forward with her allegations of sexual harassment against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: …

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Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard Declares a State of Emergency Over Public Safety Concerns
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The “gross negligence and dereliction of duty” Hezitorial   MOUNT VERNON, NY — July 18, 2021 — Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard declared the obvious: the vehicles necessary to sustain public safety have been permitted to deteriorate to the point of being considered dilapidated and unsafe to operate. The known crisis has been a long standing concern. It is recognized …

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Contrary to the Neoclassical Model of Competitive Markets, Wages Are Not Set Naturally
By Oren M. Levin-Waldman

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NEWARK, NJ — July 13, 2021 — Some small businesses, primarily restaurants, including fast food chains, still complain that they cannot find workers because of government programs that have effectively raised the reservation wages of their workers. This, of course, has created a moral hazard as workers have less incentive to return to work because they get more from non-work. …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanContrary to the Neoclassical Model of Competitive Markets, Wages Are Not Set Naturally
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Here Is the Best Ultrasonic Humidifier of 2021
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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — July 13, 2021 — There are many reasons and benefits to using a humidifier. Cleaning the air in your home and adding moisture to improve health and wellness is a win-win. With so many different types and brands of humidifiers out there, it can be hard to find the best one on the market. The Everlasting …

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Nationwide Bible Reading Marathon Comes to Israel Via Iowa
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — July 12, 2021 — While there is an unprecedented and increasing historical trend for Jews and Christians to connect and partner in areas such as support for Israel, combatting antisemitism, and other social issues of common interest, it’s not every day that Jews and Christians unite in prayer, or something as basic as reading the Bible together.  …

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Yorktown Under Water Conservation Order

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YORKTOWN, NY — July 6, 2021 – The Northern Westchester Joint Water Works (NWJWW) will implement a mandatory water conservation order for customers from July 12 through October 12. Customers in the NWJWW’s service region must restrict their water consumption by observing an odd/even system for outdoor water use. Residents or businesses at even-number addresses may water lawns, shrubs, plants and …

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