Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Stray voltage alert on Astor Place
EVG reader Chris F. notes the arrival last evening of Con Ed cones and their new warning signs on Astor Place and Eighth Street…
"However, despite the cones and caution tape, I didn't see any pedestrians avoiding the area — least of all the crew unloading goods for the Starbucks in back of the newsstand. Their tractor trailer was parked right in the 'danger zone,' and no one nearby seemed to be concerned."
Previously on EV Grieve:
Con Ed unveils new signage to warn pedestrians and their pets of stray voltage
Posted by Grieve at 4:59 AM
Labels: Astor Place, Con Ed, stray voltage
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This will undoubtedly lead to a class action suit against Con Ed.
Once a few friends of prominent city officials have their pets injured or killed near this signage, there will be massive publicity brought to the issue.
It is almost comical how inadequate these postings and barriers are.
But the park on 1st and 1st is locked up tight at dusk!!! WE DEVOTED TO SECURITY!
I HATE that delivery truck. Every night, around 1am, they sit in the middle of 2nd Ave, leaving their truck running. It's also way bigger than the 55' max allowed in NYC. Why does it take a truck this big to deliver milk?
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