Rockland’s Supervisors Look to Keep O&R Rate Hike Down; Utility Gears up for Another Nor’easter

The heads of Rockland’s five towns are looking to keep proposed O&R rate increases to a minimum. Clarkstown supervisor George Hoehmann told “The Morning Show” yesterday the move has to do with the decrease in the corporate tax rate engineered by the Trump administration, not the company’s performance during the recent storms…

Audio: George Hoehmann

Former Suffern resident Bob Apple said he and his wife moved down to Florida full-time primarily because his energy bills were just too high…

Audio: Bob Apple

O&R says its federal income tax savings this year will go back to its customers. O&R spokesman Mike Donovan says how and when that happens is up to the New York State Public Service Commission. Meanwhile, O&R has declared a Storm Watch again as another nor’easter is heading our way, Tuesday night possibly through Wednesday.

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