Calls to Con Edison’s emergency hotline from East Village residents have increased 64 percent in the last week, owing in part to the March 27 gas explosion that collapsed three Second Avenue buildings. A spokesperson for the company told the New York Post that emergency calls have spiked from 1,099 to 1,787, adding, “That’s a very large increase.” After the destruction wrought by last Friday’s explosion, who wouldn’t be obsessively calling the ConEd hotline?
Mueller’s sentencing memo in Paul Manafort’s DC case was due today … here’s what may be going on assuming it doesn’t show up in the next 45 min:
1. They’ve filed under seal, and once a redacted version is okay’d we’ll get it soon.
2. They missed the deadline. Option 1 is what’s happened in the past during the plea deal breach briefing (and sometimes the lawyers wouldn’t publicly confirm they’d filed at all), and is much more likely than option