For Immediate Release
KATONAH, NY (June 13, 2019)–Geneva Community Power will host two informational meetings at the West Lake Road Fire Association on June 19. The first session is open to the general public. The later session will be a special meeting of the Finger Lakes Landlord Association—local landlords with any size property portfolio are welcome to attend.
Town of Geneva Supervisor Mark Venuti will be present at both meetings to provide an overview of the Geneva Community Power renewable energy program, review program benefits to individuals and the community, and answer questions. Supervisor Venuti will also discuss the importance of enrolling before June 26. The Finger Lakes Landlord Association meeting will include discussion of local and state landlord issues, new fair housing laws, and ways to save money on energy costs.
“Networking with other landlords is another vital way to learn best practices and cost savings in landlording,” states Finger Lakes Landlord Association Administrator Deb Hall.Wednesday, June 19
West Lake Road Fire Association
5214 State Route 14, Geneva NY 14456
Refreshments to be provided
5:30 pm Geneva Community Power Information Session and Q&A
This event is open to the public. No RSVP required.7:00 pm Special meeting of the Finger Lakes Landlord Association
This event is open to area landlords—association members and non-members are welcome.
RSVP appreciated. For more information, visit the @FingerLakesLandlord Events page on Facebook, www.FingerLakesLandlord.com,
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About Finger Lakes Landlord Association (FLLA)
Originally established in 2008 as a non-profit 401 c-6 organization for Wayne County Landlords, FLLA has grown to over 130 active members around the Finger Lakes region. Members contribute to the collective knowledge of the organization; we are landlords helping landlords. FLLA offers landlords and industry service providers annual membership for $99. Benefits of membership include online access to a growing tenant and eviction database, rental property management documents and resources, direct communication with members only, rental unit advertising, and quarterly membership meetings with speakers of interest. Service providers and vendors are offered the opportunity to join the FLLA as Associate Members and will have access to the FLLA membership through quarterly meetings, email blasts and website to present services and sales discounts to active property owners and managers throughout the region.About Geneva Community Power
Geneva Community Power is a local renewable energy program serving residents and businesses in the New York Finger Lakes region. Those who enroll will save approximately 10% annually on electricity for up to 25 years by supporting clean energy generation. Once 400 subscribers enroll, Geneva will be awarded $25,000 for storm water control projects benefiting Seneca Lake. If the enrollment goal is met by June 26, the money can be used to apply for $75,000 in NY State matching funds, effectively quadrupling the project scope. The Town of Geneva and Joule Community Power have partnered to establish the program that allows subscribers to benefit from solar energy by spending less on electricity while supporting clean energy generation. For more information or to enroll, please visit www.GenevaCommunityPower.com
.About Joule Community Power
Joule Community Power (Joule) works with municipalities and local partners to empower communities and facilitate their goals of providing residents and businesses with cleaner and cheaper energy. Joule principals were responsible for implementing New York State’s first Community Choice Aggregation Program (CCA)—a program that enables communities to aggregate local energy demand in order to: 1) save money—gain leverage to procure less expensive electricity for residents and businesses, 2) make money—create new revenue opportunities by participating in energy markets, and 3) go green—gain local control to opt for clean and renewable generation sources. Joule is the only company in New York State offering CCA administrative services with a Public Service Commission-approved implementation plan that integrates local renewable energy projects, and only Joule has the expertise, relationships, and experience to effectively design, implement, and manage such a program. Joule’s innovative renewable energy strategy in New York is driving new regulation and encouraging the Public Service Commission to rapidly advance innovative solutions. Joule Community Power is a division of Joule Assets. Learn more at: www.JouleCommunity.com