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As with most Ratepayers having unsightly utility poles in their front yard or neighborhood, it is most often led with the thought “I wish that ugly pole could be buried” however there is the reality of cost for which most … Continue reading
Brookhaven Supervisor Ed Romaine and Brookhaven Town Councilman Dan Panico stated that PSEG never notified them of plans to erect more than 175 steel transmission poles in Eastport Historical district. The work has already commenced and even if viewed from … Continue reading
Ratepayers on the Hook for PSEG’s failure to notify Eastport-East Moriches of new transmission poles?
In its haste and arrogance it appears that PSEG has installed new transmission poles in the Eastport East Moriches area without the slightest bit of consideration to the local community. PSEG neglected in its obligation of prior notification to the … Continue reading
Has The Governor Taken Any Measures To Insure That The PSEG Subsidiary’s Have Safeguards Put In Place To Prevent Abuse?
The current uproar over the involvement of Governor Christie’s team in the closing of the Washington Bridge raises an interesting political irony. Governor Cuomo crafted a deal which placed control of Long Island’s electricity system in PSEG LI, a newly created … Continue reading
Critic reappointed to revamped LIPA board 2:54 PM By Yancey Roy newsday One of the most outspoken critics of the revamped Long Island Power Authority has been reappointed to its board of trustees. Matthew Cordaro has been reappointed to the … Continue reading
All legislative and congressional committees are staffed with members on all side of the aisle. Yet the LIPA committee just formed by Chairman Larry Waldman to review consultants only consists of 3 Governor appointees to LIPA’s Board of Trustees. Is … Continue reading
THE BILL SHOULD BE AMENDED : TO PROVIDE THAT THE LEGISLATION SHALL NOT BECOME EFFECTIVE UNLESS AND UNTIL THERE ARE FAVORABLE IRS RULINGS THAT THE LIPA BONDS TO BE ISSUED ARE QUALIFIED PRIVATE ACTIVITY BONDS, AND THAT THE REVISIONS TO THE … Continue reading
June 17, 2013 Introduced by COMMITTEE ON RULES — (at request of the Governor) — read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Rules AN ACT to amend the public service … Continue reading