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Old 10-05-2019, 11:04 PM
 
Location: Manhattan
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I'm not an old biddy either but I've been cold since the day I was born. People have different tolerances. Don't let people make you feel bad if you need your heat on!
I will go to bed dreaming of a beautiful hot humid day like we had Wednesday......But sadly I think we are done with those days tills 2020.
Yeah. Anything below 60 degrees is considered cold for me. I bring a sweater or a shawl with me because I find the subways, museums, dept. stores blast the ac and I don't like being chilly.
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Old 10-05-2019, 11:08 PM
 
Location: Manhattan
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heat season starts October 1st

this is common knowledge

my building had heat on the 1st... happy af..

even when the temps hit the low 60ís the heat was on... happy

I had to open windows
Envious. Because my apt. and my mom's place has no heat. Even last night when it was in the 40's. I don't like getting all bundled up and having to sleep with a heavy comforter but I was cold! Until I finally got out the heater.
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Old Yesterday, 08:26 AM
 
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It's cold this morning with no sun out. I dont care it says low 60's....Brrrrrrrrrrr
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Old Yesterday, 08:32 AM
 
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Heat on starting October 1, and if you donít need it, simply turn it off and/or open your window.
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Old Yesterday, 11:04 AM
 
Location: New York, NY
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We had heat yesterday morning which was nice since it was a little chilly, but that was because the windows were wide open, save the bedroom.
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Old Yesterday, 03:02 PM
 
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Have been waiting about four months (or more) for cooler weather, but now am back to windows wide open and fans on full blast.

GD heat came on last night and didn't go off until late this morning. By that time place was like an oven.

Seriously with all this talk about global warming and BdeB/city council with their hard on about "green deal", places should be encouraged to cut down on heat when possible. Fifty-five Fahrenheit isn't cold. People need to suck it up and get some sweaters, cozy slippers, sweat pants, and socks.

City tells LLs to provide all this excess heat, then turns around and gives rent regulated units puny increases.
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Old Yesterday, 05:27 PM
 
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Have been waiting about four months (or more) for cooler weather, but now am back to windows wide open and fans on full blast.

GD heat came on last night and didn't go off until late this morning. By that time place was like an oven.

Seriously with all this talk about global warming and BdeB/city council with their hard on about "green deal", places should be encouraged to cut down on heat when possible. Fifty-five Fahrenheit isn't cold. People need to suck it up and get some sweaters, cozy slippers, sweat pants, and socks.

City tells LLs to provide all this excess heat, then turns around and gives rent regulated units puny increases.
Stop your B*tching!
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Old Yesterday, 06:38 PM
 
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I hate the heat in my building. I rather sleep under 2 blankets. I keep my windows open even in winter.
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Old Yesterday, 08:06 PM
 
Location: NY
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Heating season doesn't officially begin until end of this month, but just noticed the convectors are warm, so boilers must have kicked in to provide heat.

Have windows open, and no intention of opening up steam valves, just find it rather ridiculous. It's only 53F outside......
Opinion:
Yup ......By law got to be done..............Too many cry babies out there...........
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Old Yesterday, 08:23 PM
 
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I have the A/C on.
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