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==Anti Con Ed campaign==
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The campaign to replace Con Edison with a public power utility has grown since [[Democratic Socialists of America]] and Councilman [[Costa Constantinide]]s held a hearing in July about resisting the power provider’s rate hikes.
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Since then, Con Edison enacted rate hikes that will continue over the next three years, and the coalition has gathered community and legislative support.
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As a follow-up to that hearing, which was held in the immediate wake of the summer’s extensive blackouts, the DSA Ecosocialist Working Group held its third citywide public power town hall of the year from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on March 5 2020 at HANAC George Douris Tower, located at 2740 Hoyt Ave. S in Astoria.
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The group was joined by a host of electeds, including State Senator [[Michael Gianaris]], Assemblyman [[Ron Kim]], Assemblyman [[Brian Barnwell]], and Constantinides, as well as groups like [[New York Communities for Change]], [[Food and Water Watch]], [[Hearts Across Queens]], [[Queens Independent United Progressives]], [[Sunrise NYC]].
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The coalition recently supported three pieces of legislation in the state legislature that would essentially enact public power. They would expand the New York Power Authority, require all state-owned and municipal properties to use renewable energy and create a downstate Power Authority to take over Con Ed, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, and National Grid Gas service across New York City and several other surrounding counties.
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“This is the first time that there’s a real alternative on the table,” said [[Charlie Heller]], a spokesperson for the DSA. “The thing we want people to take away is that this is about people who live in Queens. This is an opportunity to share your frustration with Con Ed, and learn how you can do something about it.”<ref>[https://qns.com/2020/03/queens-electeds-nyc-dsa-to-host-astoria-town-hall-on-replacing-con-ed-with-public-power/]</ref>
  
 
==Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)==
 
==Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)==

Latest revision as of 20:44, 3 March 2021


Charlie Heller

Anti Con Ed campaign

The campaign to replace Con Edison with a public power utility has grown since Democratic Socialists of America and Councilman Costa Constantinides held a hearing in July about resisting the power provider’s rate hikes.

Since then, Con Edison enacted rate hikes that will continue over the next three years, and the coalition has gathered community and legislative support.

As a follow-up to that hearing, which was held in the immediate wake of the summer’s extensive blackouts, the DSA Ecosocialist Working Group held its third citywide public power town hall of the year from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on March 5 2020 at HANAC George Douris Tower, located at 2740 Hoyt Ave. S in Astoria.

The group was joined by a host of electeds, including State Senator Michael Gianaris, Assemblyman Ron Kim, Assemblyman Brian Barnwell, and Constantinides, as well as groups like New York Communities for Change, Food and Water Watch, Hearts Across Queens, Queens Independent United Progressives, Sunrise NYC.

The coalition recently supported three pieces of legislation in the state legislature that would essentially enact public power. They would expand the New York Power Authority, require all state-owned and municipal properties to use renewable energy and create a downstate Power Authority to take over Con Ed, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, and National Grid Gas service across New York City and several other surrounding counties.

“This is the first time that there’s a real alternative on the table,” said Charlie Heller, a spokesperson for the DSA. “The thing we want people to take away is that this is about people who live in Queens. This is an opportunity to share your frustration with Con Ed, and learn how you can do something about it.”[1]

Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)

Members of Creative Comrades (New York City Democratic Socialists of America ) Closed Facebook Group, as of September 1, 2017 included Charlie Heller..[2]

DSA National Climate & Environmental Justice Working Group

Members of the DSA National Climate & Environmental Justice Working Group closed FB page, as of October 15, 2017 included Charlie Heller.

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