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NYSEG raises rates, but
BY CAROL REIF ment’s implementation, NYSEG elec-
STAFF WRITER tric delivery increase will be 9.1 percent
in each year.
is fall, NYSEG customers will have e average residential customer can
County to dig a little deeper to pay their elec- expect a monthly electric bill hike of
George tricity bills. $4.13 to $5.54 respectively.
front of the On Monday, June 22, the utility an- Gas-delivery rates will go up 0.8 per-
Hotel with nounced it had led a proposed rate cent and 1.6 percent in the second and
Rick case settlement with the New York third rate years. Monthly bill will go
and Deputy Public Service Commission. up 55 cents and $1.20 respectively for
Tom Garrity. e subsidiary of AVANGRID, the average residential gas hearing cus-
PHOTO: Inc., said the proposed agreement had tomer.
BORCHERT “earned support from stakeholders that “ e settlement led today puts cus-
include customer groups, industry, gov- tomers rst and, upon approval, will
ernmental and environmental interests.” provide immediate COVID-19 relief
More than 20 parties signed the to residential and commercial custom-
agreement, it added, after months of ers, while also limiting the rate impact
negotiations and “thoughtful discus- to ensure that NYSEG and RG&E
sions” about how the company could customers will continue to have among
Good news for ﬁtness “best serve customers in light of the the lowest electric and gas rates in the
studios in Phase 3
COVID-19 pandemic.” state,” said Carl A. Taylor, president and
e electrical rate increases were sup- CEO of NYSEG and Rochester Gas
posed to have taken place in May, but and Electric Corp.
were postponed because of the corona- e proposed plan will help the utility
virus crisis and its devastating economic make “much needed investment” in its
BY KATHERINE BORCHERT “I want to say I’m very proud of the It goes into e ect on Oct. 1. It promised that using technology to
STAFF WRITER town of Somers. We asked early on to help
us to atten the curve of the COVID out- In the rst year of the increase, rates make the system “more resilient” and
County Executive George Latimer break,” Morrissey said. “Not only has this
joined Somers Supervisor Rick Morrissey town attened it, they bent it, they curved will go up 4.6 percent. is means that improve the “customer experience.”
and Deputy Supervisor Tom Garrity at it. We are in very good shape in the town
Town Hall on Tuesday, June 23, for the NYSEG electric customers will pay 2.3 e company is, Taylor said,
launch of Phase 3 in Westchester County. SEE PHASE 3 PAGE 2
percent, or $2.49, more per month. committed to building “more economic,
ere will be no rate hikes for natural social, and environmentally sustainable
gas in the rst year, NYSEG said. SEE NYSEG PAGE 4
In years two and three of the settle-
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The Staff PHASE 3 awaited summer pedicures, New Amusement Park.” that’s really key in my mind.”
FROM PAGE 1
EDITORIAL TEAM York state has yet to give direction In an e ort to get local busi- With recent news from Gov.
to gyms and amusement parks; nesses back open, Morrissey and Andrew Cuomo indicating gyms
[email protected] of Somers.” Latimer said guidance to reopen the Somers Building Department may not be reopening in Phase 4,
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER He said that while the town still Playland Park will come later in have implemented an expedited many are waiting and wondering
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ADVERTISING TEAM cases, they are restricted to nurs- “We’re waiting for state direc- and waived the associated fees. visit their favorite tness facilities.
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PAUL FORHAN care facilities, the town has four or capacity now. e hope and the see that, you know, some tables and karate,” Morrissey said. “ ey
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SHELLEY KILCOYNE “We’re not out of the woods yet, are harder to work with, as you and that’s because, you know, we for example, they have an indoor
CO-FOUNDER but we’re moving in the right di- can imagine, every time you use want to make sure whatever kind area where they train. Now if they
[email protected] rection,” Latimer said. some of the equipment, there’s a of structure they put up is safe, can socially distance in there and
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE/DESIGNER While people can now enjoy potential it has to be sanitized be- that it’s not going to blow over run classes, that’s ne.”
eating in restaurants indoors in air fore they use it again and that has and trap people, things like that. at applies to dance studios,
TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL conditioning with 50 percent re- been the impediment with us try- We’re going above and beyond to as well.
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Once an Eagle always an Eagle
BY DOMINIC VELTRI Somers. many town parades. ey attended weekly work, slowly but surely each has achieved
Once in Troop 376, they formed the Troop meetings and multiple sessions of his Eagle Rank, with one of these ten still
As the saying goes: Once an Eagle al- summer camp. ey rose to leadership waiting for his nal Board of Review due
ways an Eagle. Somers Boy Scout Troop Archer Scout Patrol and immediately in the Troop through rank advancements to the COVID-19 setbacks – but he will
376 is proud to have ten Eagle Scouts learned the Scout Law and the Scout and earned over 400 merit badges between soon o cially join his friends in this pres-
graduating in this year’s Somers High Oath. Little did they know as wide eyed them. ey applied their leadership skills tigious group. eir Eagle Scout service
School’s class of 2020. eir scouting outside of Scouting by becoming involved projects have bene ted Somers in places
journey started at Primrose Elementary fth graders that their Scouting journey in many civic and community groups as such as Reis Park, Somers High School,
School during their rst grade when they would continue for another seven years. well as sports teams and school programs. the Ivandell Cemetery, Angle Fly Pre-
became Cub Scouts. Four years later, af- Together they completed several hundred serve, St Joseph’s and the Church of the
ter multiple activities, meetings, belt loops camping nights along with multiple high At some point they individually decided Good Shepherd. Troop 376 is proud to
and rank advancements from Tiger Scouts adventure trips; hiking hundreds of miles, they wanted to achieve Scouting’s high- say all ten of these ne young men have
to Senior Webelos, these ten boys “crossed paddling on open ocean waters and 50 est honor and become an Eagle Scout. been active in the Troop throughout their
over” to become Boy Scouts. In 2013 they miles through the Adirondacks. ey vol- Along the way, they motivated each oth- scouting journey and are all set to attend
left their Cub Scout Packs and Webelo unteered and managed many community er and built a unique comradery they all college in the fall.
Dens to join Boy Scout Troop 376 here in service projects here in Somers, served as continue to have. Although it was hard
baili s in the Town Court and marched in
John F. Kennedy Catholic HS 2020 Senior Car Parade
PHOTO COURTESY OF JFK CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL On ursday, June 11, the KCHS Saturday, June 13th, at St. Joseph’s
Class of 2020 celebrated their im- Church in Somers.
pending graduation with a parade
through the school grounds. Upon arrival, students lined up in
their cars to receive their lawn sign
e Class of 2020 drove through and their senior shirts.
the Kennedy parking lot along
a route decorated in their honor. Faculty members, Dean Anthony
Corona and History teacher Rob-
ey were greeted by music and the ert Santini, faced o in lawn games
cheers and adoration of their teach- while they awaited the arrival of the
ers. ey received their Lawn Sign, seniors.
a three by two foot image with their
Senior Portrait and a congratulatory When students arrived to the
message, and their Senior Shirts. lawn sign pick-up area, their names
were announced and photos taken!
e seniors remained in their
vehicles for the duration of the As they exited the school grounds,
event. Volunteer parents and faculty the Class of 2020 drove along the
members, wearing the appropriate road adjacent to the Kennedy Lake
personal protective equipment, de- and the cafeteria. Banners created
livered their items to their vehicles. by Director of Advancement Fred
Compton anked the road and large
eir amended Commencement ampli ers played a 2020 Gradua-
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NYSEG bust measures” that will “main- ments and the creation of “a Ash Borer. One of the ways the manded that NYSEG be held
tain the safety of the natural gas more intelligent and automated invasive beetle, native to Asia, accountable for the inconve-
FROM PAGE 1 delivery system” while helping system.” has hitched a ride to the U.S. nience and safety risks the out-
the state meet its energy and is aboard wood pallets carrying ages posed to their towns’ com-
communities” in the areas it environmental goals outlined at includes more money products from China. bined 25,000 utility customers.
serves. in the Climate Leadership and for electric vehicle infrastruc-
Community Protection Act ture, improved system capacity e settlement also adds more Morrissey and Lucas led a
NYSEG said the settlement (CLCPA). equipment, and other safety and line workers and eld personnel, complaint with the state Public
provides up to $16.5 million for reliability projects. Taylor said. is will “increase Service Commission, calling for
COVID-19 relief for its “most e aim is to reduce gas con- local support for storm readiness more transparency and better
vulnerable residential and small sumption. To that end it will, In the end, the improvements and system emergencies.” communication. ey have con-
commercial business customers.” it said, promote and incentiv- should support “signi cant di- tinued to hold the utility’s feet to
ize the use of heat pumps and rect and indirect employment It also provides for smart me- the re.
e money will be distributed emphasize “Non-Pipe Alterna- and economic development” all ters for NYSEG electric and gas
by the utility through $100 bill tives.” over the state, it said. customers which, Taylor said, Social media was abuzz re-
credits and in three phases, start- will help customers “better man- cently after a spate of power out-
ing in October, pending regula- NYSEG also promised it will NYSEG also plans to boost age their energy usage, eliminate ages in Somers. Two of the three
tory approval. continue to x all leaks in the funds for its annual tree trim- most estimated bills, and pro- incidents were blamed on falling
gas system. ming budget to $57.2 million mote the implementation of dis- branches or trees; the third on
It will cover an initial pool of from $30 million. tributed energy resources.” human error.
roughly 133,000 residential and “ is is a rare industry best
small commercial customers. practice that has led to reduced As part of that, $17.2 mil- Meter installation is to start in Morrissey said Friday, June 26,
levels of lost gas, increased safety lion will be earmarked for areas 2022 and expected to last three that residents “should be aware”
e utility said it will create and reliability, and higher cus- where trees pose an increased years. that the PSC has approved rate
two new electric economic de- tomer satisfaction,” it said. risk for outages. increases for NYSEG.
velopment programs targeted at NYSEG will upgrade its bill-
both small and large businesses. It will also fund a study It will also, Taylor said, “move ing systems and give customers But, he noted, some Somers
on how the gas business may the company towards the indus- more details about their energy folks are enrolled in the Com-
A $2 million annual Small change because of the CLCPA. try standard of trimming all cir- usage. munity Choice Aggregation
Business Customer Program cuits over a 5-year cycle.” (CCA) program. e town is
and a $4 million annual Large Investment in the utility’s ag- According to North Salem “currently negotiating a xed
Business Customer Program ing infrastructure—aka harden- A new annual $10 million Supervisor Warren J. Lucas, rate” it hopes will lessen the
from the utility’s proposed eco- ing the system—was also in- program will allow NYSEG to NYSEG has also agreed to pick impact from those NYSEG in-
nomic development program cluded in the led settlement. address “danger trees outside of up all the wood from the trees creases.
to help businesses impacted by the distribution right-of-way.” that it cuts down.
COVID-19. e state continues to face Morrissey advised residents
“harsh and frequent storms,” it at means dangerous trees at was one of the many is- interested in the CCA program
It also promised to continue said. that are on private property, but sues that he and Somers Super- to direct questions to his o ce.
its “arrears forgiveness program” so large that, if they fall, they visor Rick Morrissey brought
for low-income customers and In an e ort to reduce the fre- could land on electric lines. up in 2018 when they testi ed He can be reached at (914)
to institute “a more exible de- quency and duration of service in Albany about the frequent 277-3637, or [email protected]
ferred payment agreement pro- interruptions, the NYSEG’s part It will focus on, but will not be power outages both their towns ersny.com.
gram.” of the settlement includes $107 limited to, ash trees. were experiences.
million to be deployed over the
NYSEG said that, as part of next three years for improve- Ash trees are dying all over Lucas and Morrissey de-
the settlement, it agreed to “ro- the state because of an insect
culprit known as the Emerald
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Astorino will challenge Harckham for state Senate seat
BY CAROL REIF “New York is in turmoil right e senator said he was ASTORINO coronavirus lockdown.” He
STAFF WRITER now, and there’s a critical need “deeply involved” with relief ef- Astorino, a 53-year-old life- blamed the state’s “record de -
for rm, measured voices in forts related to the pandemic, so cits” and high taxes for causing
It’s been no secret that Rob the state Legislature,” he said. he planned to continue to “focus long Westchester resident, said 1 million New Yorkers to move
Astorino has been planning to “Peaceful protesters should be on safeguarding and helping our that, as county executive, he away in the past 10 years.
seek public o ce again. respected. We should encour- residents for now.” submitted eight straight budgets
age thoughtful dialogue and all without a tax increase. Astorino said his administra-
e former Westchester sides of a debate must be heard. Harckham then listed some of tion helped create more than
County executive and one-time Violence, rioting, vandalism, his accomplishments during the He also claimed credit for 44,000 new jobs, opened up
Republican nominee for gov- and those seeking unrest and last two years. ose included creating a bipartisan governing child care slots for working par-
ernor made it o cial ursday, anarchy, however, should be securing “record-high funding coalition that achieved “concrete ents, and earned Westchester
June 25, when he announced prosecuted to the fullest extent for our schools without raising results” in county government. “the highest credit rating of any
on YouTube that he was chal- of the law.” taxes,” passing “critical legisla- county in the state.”
lenging Democratic Sen. Pete tion to protect our environment” Astorino said the state “is be-
Harckham of South Salem for In his statement, the candi- and delivering “over $8 million ing challenged as perhaps never It did it, he claimed,“by bring-
his seat in the state Senate’s 40th date also called for an indepen- in state-funded infrastructure before, and it’s imperative that ing people together developing
District. dent investigation of nursing investments to municipalities.” taxpayers be vigorously defended ground-breaking programs that
home deaths caused by CO- in the coming legislative term.” eliminated veterans’ homeless-
e district includes parts of VID-19, an issue for which his He also said he helped provide ness and the Fatherhood Initia-
Putnam and Dutchess counties, former rival’s administration has “vital funding to our veterans, “ ere are many in Albany tive that helped at-risk dads get
and the towns of Somers, North been taking a lot of ak. seniors and rst responders.” already calling for dramatic new back into the lives of their chil-
Salem, Yorktown and Lewisboro tax hikes, and middle-class fam- dren.”
in Westchester. HARCKHAM As part of the Senate major- ilies can’t a ord to pay a penny
Harckham, who had no ity, he said he helped pass leg- more. Without rm, common- He also spoke of term limits
Astorino was defeated by islation protecting reproductive sense voices at the table to push and “tough new ethics laws.”
Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic challengers, said he health care and adult victims of back against tax hikes—not to
2014 gubernatorial elections. In welcomed Astorino’s candidacy childhood abuse. He also spoke mention ill-conceived criminal e candidate hopes to
2017, after serving two turns as of the enactment of “common- justice blunders like cashless bail “jump-start” the economy by
county executive, he went for a ursday, but was con dent sense gun safety measures” and that’s putting dangerous crimi- “reducing taxes, reining in exces-
third term but lost to Democrat- “that voters will send me back the making of voting during nals back onto our streets—the sive spending, and eliminating
ic challenger George Latimer. to Albany in November because elections “easier and more acces- steady ow of families abandon- the regulations that do little but
they are even more ready this sible.” ing New York could become a kill jobs and ingenuity.”
e father of three went on year to say ‘no’ to Trump and torrent. We must not let that
to work for Cardinal Timothy surrogates like his close friend Harckham, chair of the Sen- happen,” his statement contin- Schools can be improved, he
Dolan’s delegate to the Mother Rob Astorino.” ate’s Committee on Alcoholism ued. said, “by putting parents and
Cabrini Health Foundation, a and Substance Abuse, claimed teachers back in charge.”
Catholic philanthropic organi- Harckham said he was elected to have “doubled treatment Among the highlights of
zation that serves the poor. He to the state post “because voters times, reduced costs and elimi- Astorino’s inaugural campaign He also called for strengthen-
also has been a paid national rejected Donald Trump’s divi- nated barriers to life-saving video, titled “Rebuild,” was his ing “public safety by repealing
commentator for CNN. sive and reckless politics.” treatment.” contention that New York’s the reckless cashless bail law and
“troubles didn’t start with the by improving our police—not
defunding or abolishing them.”
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