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PULP TO CO-HOST “KNOW YOUR PUBLIC UTILITY RIGHTS” TRAINING WITH VILLAGE OF NEW PALTZ ELECTEDS AND THE NEW PALTZ LANDLORD TENANT RELATIONS COUNCIL
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 6:00pm
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Millions of New Yorkers are now unable to afford their utility bills due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the number of active cases continues to rise, vulnerable New Yorkers – seniors, medically vulnerable and low-income – must be able to shelter in place without the worry of having necessary services like electricity, heat, water or telephone disconnected.
We invite interested parties and the press to this virtual discussion on utility consumer rights in New York State, and new consumer protections created during the COVID-19 crisis. PULP attorneys will shed light on the Parker-Mosley Act’s utility shutoff moratorium and will detail how consumers can receive financial assistance if they are in arrears. The presentation will also touch on the ongoing Central Hudson Gas and Electric Co. rate case and note how the public can get involved. Lastly, the session will close with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions.