The New York State Public Service Commission is giving the green light to rate changes for NYSEG and Rochester Electric and Gas that increase fees for electricity and natural gas delivery for the first time in four years.
A tree coming down on a New York State Electric and Gas transmission line near Glenwood Road in the Town of Dickinson is blamed for pulling the plug on close to 53-hundred NYSEG customers in Broome County.
New York State Electric and Gas was reporting only a few dozen customers in the Southern Tier without power early March 29, presumably due to the high winds during the previous afternoon and overnight.
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