Residential customers who lost power for up to 10 days during a blackout will get $100.
“There is a large segment of our group that did not want to settle at all”
Residential customers who lost power for up to 10 days during a sweltering summer blackout in 2006 would receive a one-time payment of $100 from Consolidated Edison under a settlement proposed Thursday by the ... via 7Online.com
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Since: Apr 08
#1 Apr 27, 2008
so they admit guilt if they are proposing a settlement
all the business' that lost revenue as well as stock should class action con ed and really make them pay
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