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Winter Preparedness 2021-2022 This web page provides New York State consumers with information regarding protections, financial programs and other resources for managing through the Winter season of 2021-2022.

COVID-19 Moratorium on Utility and Municipal Shutoffs New York State law provides temporary shutoff protections of essential utilities and municipal services during the COVID-19 pandemic (“moratorium”). The moratorium is a grace period for customers to catch up on their bill and obtain financial assistance.

Covid19 Shutoff Moratorium Guidance for Municipal Water Providers New York State Public Service Law provides temporary protections during the Covid19 pandemic. Municipalities (villages, towns, cities, and counties), water districts, and public authorities who provide water service have special obligations under this law, which may affect their regular business operations.

20-W-0423 Bristol Water Works Corporation Public Statement Hearing Virtual Public Statement Hearing (PSH) to be held on December 7, 2021 at 4 pm, for the Minor Rate Filing of Bristol Water Works Corporation to Increase its Annual Revenues by $139,000 or 104.1%. To join the PSH, or to make a statement please follow the information provided in the attached PDF or use the following information

Case 21-C-0473 North American Numbering Plan Administrator Virtual Public Statement Hearings (PSH) to be held on December 2, 2021 at 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM for the request for approval to overlay a new area code within Nassau County, which is currently covered by the 516-area code.

Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) - Case 14-M-0101
This fact sheet contains information about Govornor Andrew M. Cuomo's initiative to spur clean energy innovation, bring in new investments, and improve consumer choice while protecting the environment and energizing New York's economy.

Clean Energy Standard - Case 15-E-0302
This fact sheet contains information about Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's directive to the New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) to develop a Clean Energy Standard (CES) and to meet the State Energy Plan’s 50% renewable energy by 2030.

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