The Next Big One: Is LIPA prepared?

In the weeks after Superstorm Sandy struck Long Island, outrage and frustration with the Long Island Power Authority reached a fever pitch. Hundreds of thousands

Critics and customers of LIPA are furious over

Critics and customers of LIPA are furious over a new report by a state panel that uncovered breathtaking waste and lack of oversight at the utility. (July 29, 2013 6:26 PM)

In the weeks after Superstorm Sandy struck Long Island, outrage and frustration with the Long Island Power Authority reached a fever pitch. Hundreds of thousands of people were left in the dark with no relief in sight, and no way to find out when they could hope to have power again. State investigations and published reports in the wake of the storm have blasted LIPA for being drastically under-prepared...

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