Prospect Heights is a cold, cold place in the winter. Like much of the rest of the territory in and around New York City. Often times the only solace you can find at the end of your enslaved, workaday work day is that you can come home from a frigid cold, stalled train line over the elevated train tracks to your humble and heated abode.
However National Grid had been making this winter heating a problem in recent years because Brooklyn’s natural gas supplier kept raising the temperatures on heating costs. This year though National Grid is raising the temps and lowering the costs, leaving Brooklyn residents feeling mighty fine.
National Grid spokesperson Wendy Ladd told Patch (1) that the company believes “gas prices will decrease by as much as 10 percent this winter compared with last year.” That savings means many warmer nights and pock books filled with far more bounteous hordes of cash.
Some argue the exact opposite will happen; that oil prices will rise and people will be left out in the cold. We’ll just have to wait and see. Until then, soak in the savings and soak in the warmpth.