Investigate PSEGLI for Tropical Storm Isaias Response

Investigate PSEGLI for Tropical Storm Isaias Response

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Billy Miecuna started this petition to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and

Many long islanders understand that the coronavirus has an enormous impact on the daily life of Long Islanders including essential workers. When Long Island was hit by hurricane Sandy in 2012, the switch from LIPA to PSEG what is made because of failures during hurricane Sandy in which the response caused many Long Island residents to have no power for weeks. However, nearly 8 years later it seems that the problems were never resolved and only now we realize we are in the same trap that we were eight years ago. 

Contacting PSEGLI has been impossible through the various phone lines and social media websites including for emergency situations. They have been down wires on my Block all day and there has been nothing done about it. They are senior citizens on my Block who rely on the power for essential living. Contacting the company has been impossible even while the company states that the workers have been working long shifts in order to restore the power of thousands of Long Islanders. 

We understand that it takes time to fix situations such as this major outage. However major communication issues during an emergency are unacceptable. In the face of the vast amount of technology available in 2020, For the amount of taxes that we pay here in great neck, we deserve better service. Our politicians, whether a Democrat or Republican need to hold PSEGLI and other government contractors accountable for their inaction and inability to attend to the needs of their customers. 

 

I call on Governor Andrew Cuomo, I call on Senator Chuck Schumer, town of North Hempstead supervisor Judy Bosworth, As well as Congressman Thomas Suozzi of Nassau County, and Peter King of Suffolk County As well as Congressman Thomas Suozzi of Nassau County, and Peter King of Suffolk County to investigate the in action and inability of PSEGLI for their botched response. We understand that hospitals and other essential services deserve a priority, however in this situation many contract tracers are working from home and this situation only makes A second wave in Long Island every more likely. 

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