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Con Edison PREPARES for SUMMER STORMS

Safety Tips Provided For Customers

 

NEW YORK – As Con Edison tracks weather systems forecasting strong winds and heavy rain today and tomorrow, the company reminds customers to put safety first.

 

Con Edison crews are prepared for the potential of storm-related outages that could occur in New York City or Westchester County.

 

Attention non-profit and affordable housing property owners in Peekskill! Time is running out to apply for dollars from Westchester County to upgrade your building. Energy efficiency improvements will lower your utility bills and operating costs, reduce maintenance work, and create a more comfortable space for you and your tenants. NY State offers financial incentives, and Peekskill can help you access low-cost, long-term financing.

Learn how to apply at EnergizeNY.org, or call (914) 302-7300.

With an annual output of over 1.5 Billion gallons, the Peekskill Water Department continues to provide its residents with water of the highest quality at a reasonable cost. Water Department Personnel continually monitor the water quality from its WICCOPEE RESERVOIR through the PEEKSKILL HOLLOW BROOK. Aggressive watershed inspections protect the quality of the source water. Our water filtration plant is manned twenty,-four hours a day, year round with certified experienced operators and continues to meet rigorous demands of State and Federal health requirements.

The Peekskill Landing Park is a vacant 4.4 acre waterfront site at the mouth of the McGregor Brook and adjacent to the City’s Riverfront Green Park and the Hudson River. The City of Peekskill’s riverfront was historically one of intense commercial and industrial activity for most of the 19th century serving as a port for the shipping and receiving of raw materials and finished goods. The City’s river port thrived and provided an economic engine for the City and region as a whole.

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