Monthly Archives: October 2021

PACE launch in New York: watch out for potholes

New York City made history when it passed legislation authorizing the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan program in 2019. The activation of PACE in New York brought a whole new source of funding for homeowners. New York City for energy efficient equipment upgrades. The authors first presented how PACE …

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US Senate confirms three top federal prosecutors for NY, ushering in new era

The U.S. Senate on Tuesday confirmed three new U.S. attorneys for the southern, eastern and northern districts of New York City, ushering in a new era for the state’s federal law enforcement. Damian Williams, who served as the head of the Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force for the US …

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Family grieving after 1-year-old strangled in window blind cord

PROVO, Utah (ABC4) — Christopher Elkins was playing with his 3-year-old sister Wednesday at the family home. “The father came out of the room to change clothes,” says Elizabeth Sedgwick, Christopher’s aunt. “And when he came back, Christopher was hanging around his neck by the ropes. In the blind cords. …

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Utah baby dies after getting tangled in window blind cords

UTAH COUNTY — A family in Utah mourned Friday after the loss of a baby who got tangled in window blind cords. Sixteen-month-old Christopher Elkins was found unconscious in the ropes on Wednesday. He died two days later. The family now hope to share memories of Christopher, who they call …

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