Per the reader: "One of these pictures represents a tow zone. The other two represent a Con Ed shock warning that could electrocute you, your child or your dog. Can you tell the difference?"
[4th Street east of Avenue B]
[5th Street between A and B]
[2nd Street east of Avenue B]
Back to the reader:
"Minimal snow fall each winter brings multiple shock warnings to the East Village yet Con Ed refuses to adequately warn the public despite numerous requests, protests, City Council hearings, injuries, deaths and lawsuits.
"The problem is that no one walking up and down the block (or in and out of those buildings) with their kids or dogs has any idea that they are walking into an electrical hazard that could shock or kill them. All they see is the same caution tape used to signal wet paint or parking restrictions."
Previously on EV Grieve:
Beware of 'stray voltage' here on Avenue A and East 2nd Street
Resident shocked about Con Ed's nonchalance over stray voltage