Utilities Keep Secret the Locations of Gas Leaks
Consolidated Edison urges the public to call authorities if they smell gas, but the utility -- and many others in our area -- decline to detail the locations of known, active gas leaks.
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#1 May 2, 2014
Personally, I have NEVER been a fan of Con Edison. They price gouge, have NO semblance of Customer service, and I believe that during the Astoria/LIC power crisis (when I and my neighbors went weeks with no power at all or low voltage, and our bills were the same!) and the explosion in Harlem, management need to be investigated and in my opinion, charged criminally. I believe that their practices have long been suspect. Kevin Burke should be definitely investigated and charged.
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