BROOKLYN - Con Edison says that it reached a new electric peak for the year today at 1 p.m. The utility has reduced voltage for several neighborhoods in the borough. The company says it is trying to remain reliable, despite a union contract dispute that has kept 8,500 employees off the job for more than two weeks. About 5,000 managers have stepped up to take over their work.
20K Starett City residents lose powerCon Ed, union leaders continue to negotiate contractCon Ed reinstates workers' health insurance