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 September 29, 2017

For Release: Immediately

Central Hudson Honored by Rebuilding Together Dutchess County

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation was recognized by Rebuilding Together Dutchess County for its longstanding commitment to deserving families as a 25-Year Milestone Supporter during the organization's 25th anniversary event on Sept. 28, 2017. Through the efforts of employee-volunteers, Central Hudson has helped repair and rebuild the homes of qualified local residents, while also providing support to the organization since its beginnings 25 years ago.

"We're honored by this recognition, and grateful for the opportunity to support the mission of Rebuilding Together Dutchess County," said Michael L. Mosher, President and C.E.O. of Central Hudson.  "We're also very proud of our employees' willingness to volunteer their time and considerable talents each year to help improve the homes of our neighbors in need."

"Central Hudson has been involved with Rebuilding Together Dutchess County since our inception in 1992 and has sponsored a project every year," said Christina Boryk, Executive Director. "We thank them for their continued support and dedication to the community."

Rebuilding Together Dutchess County organizes and coordinates volunteer efforts to repair the homes of qualifying families and individuals, with the goals of creating a safer and healthier home environment. A team of Central Hudson employee-volunteers tackle home repair and accessibility projects each year, and employees have also served in leadership roles for the organization.

Central Hudson employee Jay Tompkins, who accepted the recognition on behalf of Central Hudson and has organized Rebuilding Together projects with fellow employee-volunteers for 6 years as a co-lead and Volunteer Coordinator, says of the experience, "It really provides a sense of satisfaction, not only for ourselves but for the person or family whose home we're working on. When you step back and you look at what you did, it's really quite amazing to see what we can accomplish together."

For more information about Rebuilding Together Dutchess County, go to; and for more on Central Hudson in the community, visit

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Left: Central Hudson was recognized by Rebuilding Together Dutchess County for its longstanding commitment to deserving families as a 25-Year Milestone Supporter. Accepting the award on behalf of Central Hudson is employee Jay Tompkins, center, who serves as co-lead and Volunteer Coordinator for the energy company’s team. To his right is Rebuilding Together Dutchess County Board President Davide DiGenova, and at left is Executive Director Christina Boryk.

A Central Hudson Rebuilding Together team prepares to repair the home of a Dutchess County resident.

Central Hudson Volunteer Coordinator Jay Tompkins, left, Central Hudson House Captain Jason Puckett, center, and Rebuilding Together Dutchess County Christina Boryk, right, provide repairs and improve access at the home of a Dutchess County resident.

A Central Hudson employee-volunteer Michael Englishby works on home repairs as part of Rebuilding Together Dutchess County.



Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation is a regulated transmission and distribution utility serving approximately 300,000 electric and approximately 80,000 natural gas customers in eight counties of New York State's Mid-Hudson River Valley, delivering natural gas and electricity in a 2,600-square-mile service territory that extends north from the suburbs of metropolitan New York to the Capital District at Albany. Central Hudson's mission is to deliver electricity and natural gas to an expanding customer base in a safe, reliable, courteous and affordable manner; to produce growing financial returns for shareholders; to foster a culture that encourages employees to reach their full potential; and to be a good corporate citizen. Central Hudson is a subsidiary of Fortis Inc., a leader in the North American regulated electric and gas utility industry. For further information visit