NY electric utility threatens to shut off service at Jared Kushner’s properties
This is what happens when you don’t pay your bills.
Con Edison has slammed a row of East Ninth Street buildings owned by Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, with notices threatening to shut off service because Kushner’s company failed to pay hundreds of dollars in electric bills.
Kushner’s company, Westminster Management, has let $700.47 in unpaid electric bills pile up, according to a service turn-off notice delivered to the row of buildings spanning 329-335 E. Ninth St., and never paid a $525 security deposit.
The company must pay up within the coming weeks to avoid a service turn-off, according to the notice, which was first reported by EV Grieve.