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Kisco Trustees Back Electric Car Charging Stations – Chappaqua-Mount Kisco, NY Patch

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Mount Kisco’s Village Board of Trustees voted Monday night to authorize the village to seek a federal grant for as many as four electric car charging stations.

Village officials described electric vehicles as an emerging trend that they can get into.

Village Manager James Palmer described it as β€œone of those areas where demand will probably increase over time.”

Supportive of the idea, Mayor Michael Cindrich said that “we have to incentivize the use of electric vehicles.”

The mayor sees electric vehicles as a way to control global warming and help with reducing fossil fuels. He also felt that the village can get “ahead of the curve” if it is done.

The grant is through the U.S. Department of Energy and the cost of each station would be paid for through it. However, Mount Kisco would be responsible for the installation and maintenance. A contractor calledChargePoint would be involved with the machines.

Joseph Cerretani, a management intern for reports to Palmer, crunched the numbers of the proposal and gave the board a conservative assumption that $5,000 would be needed for the installation. He also noted that several neighboring communities, including New Castle,Bedford and Croton-on-Hudson, are participating in the same program.



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