Forecasts show extremely cold temperatures coming to New York over the next few days. Be sure to limit time outdoors, know where to take shelter, and check on friends and family. If you’re struggling to keep the heat on, New York can help. Learn more: ny.gov/heat

Jan 21, 2022 · 12:42 AM UTC

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Replying to @GovKathyHochul
"Pay heating bills" also maybe tell the landlords to turn the heat on lol
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Please provide CSEA with a fair contract. That would really help pay for fuel oil. We don’t want a hand out; rather, we are the hands working for you.
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Replying to @GovKathyHochul
Sure, I don’t mind paying other peoples heating bill because I am successful. Only help senior citizens please, they deserve and need the help the most.
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Please please please require in-home mask requirements in homes to prevent transmissions in
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Why can't New York State just turn the cold off? That would help more New Yorkers than anything on that list.
Replying to @GovKathyHochul
When it’s extremely cold the should be doing remote learning so they don’t get sick
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Replying to @GovKathyHochul
Yeah. I applied for Heap in the middle of October and still haven’t heard anything. Retired. Somewhere in Saratoga county
Replying to @GovKathyHochul
Yet you ended protection for tenants going through hard times during the pandemic during the coldest months of the year because you can't wait till spring
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