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DiNapoli: LIPA plan doesn’t protect customers


June 5, 2013 3:19 PM   By MARK HARRINGTON Newsday State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, in a preliminary analysis of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposal to restructure LIPA, raises questions about lessened accountability and oversight and whether the new utility would be able to … Continue reading

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Division Between LIPA and NG Had Spawned Confusion Over Responsibilities, Lack Of Accountability, Misaligned Incentives


Tangled: Can Gov. Andrew Cuomo Fix the Long Island Power Authority? Written by Jon Lentz on March 25, 2013. http://www.cityandstateny.com/tangled/ (Photo Credit: Bruce Bennett) It was the worst storm to hit Long Island in a generation. Torrential rains and high … Continue reading

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Why Doesn’t Governor Cuomo Release Inspector Generals LIPA Audit?


The Governor is hot on the trail to dismantle LIPA’s existing structure and privatize the utility. However he has dragged his feet on releasing the Inspector General’s report on LIPA’s Billing practices dating back almost 2 years ago…..LIPA has gone through … Continue reading

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