Members of the public, small business owners, local elected officials, and community leaders need to weigh in on Central Hudson’s proposed rate plan. Otherwise, the only points of view the PSC will be hearing come from big corporations and the utility itself.
CLP submits a letter to the PSC, signed by 131 elected officials, calling on them to reduce the fixed utility charges in New York State.
On November 21, CLP submitted a letter to the PSC, signed by 131 elected officials, urging the Commission to reduce residential fixed charges, and held a press conference announcing this letter.
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On Tuesday, November 21, CLP filed testimony with the NYS Public Service Commission (PSC) on Central Hudson's proposed rate plan for 2018-2019—the only community-based organization to do so. The testimony forcefully conveyed CLP's concerns with the proposed plan and made a number of recommendations to the Commission for changes.