There is no gas-delivery rate increase for the first year. NYSEG says it has filed a proposed rate-case settlement with the New York Public Service Commission. In addition to this, gas-delivery rates will be increased by 0.8 and 1.6 percent in the second and third rate years. This will cause a monthly bill increase of $0.55 and $1.20 respectfully. The first-year rate increase is 4.6 percent, which translates to a 2.3 percent bill increase for NYSEG electric customers. The second and third-rate years, the company says its electric-delivery increase will be 9.1 percent each year, resulting in a monthly bill increase of $4.13 to $5.54. NYSEG says the settlement will also provide customers with COVID-19 relief, support for clean energy, investments into aging infrastructure and more. (WBNG) — Starting in October, NYSEG customers will pay an extra $2.49 for their electricity. The rate increases were scheduled for May of 2020, but were delayed due to the coronavirus.
Los Angeles is the center of the basketball universe this weekend, but L.A. has been a hotbed of basketball talent for decades. So many have made an impact on the basketball culture here over time, but there’s always a new group of players, coaches and others trying to leave their mark.With that in mind, the Southern California News Group identified a group of people who are among those shaping the state of basketball in the region, from high school to college to pro teams. Some of them have made an impact before, in different roles (or with different organizations), but that doesn’t make what they’re trying to do now any less important.What makes these people worth keeping an eye on now and in the years ahead? Click on their names to find out:PRO BASKETBALLMagic Johnson and Rob Pelinka NBA All-Star weekend: L.A. is already the center of the hoop world Lakers’ lone showing at NBA’s All-Star Weekend ends with Kyle Kuzma scoring 20 points in Rising Stars Challenge Heisler: NBA All-Star Game is too broken to fix, too big to drop For NBA All-Star Weekend, here’s our lineup of All-Southern California NBA All-Stars NBA All-Star Saturday Night: Come see if another man can fly … over a car Lawrence Frank and Jerry WestLonzo BallLou WilliamsCandace ParkerCOLLEGE BASKETBALLCori Close Jordan McLaughlinAaron HolidayHIGH SCHOOLSDoug MitchellShareef O’NealAndrea AquinoRelated Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Tyronn Lue is returning to the NBA. The Clippers are hiring Lue as the team’s top assistant coach under Doc Rivers, according to a report from The Athletic, which cites unidentified league sources. Lue previously worked on Rivers’ staff with the Celtics from 2011-13 and with Los Angeles in 2013-14. The New York Times reported last week the sides were close to an agreement.Former Cavaliers championship coach Ty Lue has agreed on deal to join the Los Angeles Clippers as the top assistant coach on Doc Rivers’ staff, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) August 21, 2019Lue will be joining a team with high expectations heading into 2019-20. The Clippers retooled their roster this offseason as they signed star Kawhi Leonard in free agency and acquired Paul George in a blockbuster trade with the Thunder. Related News Clippers, Steve Ballmer unveil plan for potential multi-billion dollar, privately funded arena Kawhi Leonard says he was ‘very close’ to choosing Lakers, Raptors over Clippers NBA free agency news: Patrick Patterson signs 1-year deal with Clippers “I grew up a Clippers fan,” Leonard said during his introductory press conference. “I loved the Clippers as a kid. With Doc (Rivers) being a championship head coach, that is something I wanted, an experienced coach. And the front office is very transparent with me. They want to win. It’s an opportunity for us to build our own (thing) and make history.”Lue has been out of the league since he was fired by the Cavaliers in early October after an 0-6 start to the season. He registered a 128-83 record and won a championship during his time as Cleveland’s head coach. Lue was reportedly close to joining the Lakers as their head coach and reuniting with LeBron James this summer. But, those negotiations fell apart and the Lakers eventually hired Frank Vogel.