Comptroller demands LIPA produces records on Earl spending

? There are new calls for LIPA to explain why it spent millions of dollars on a hurricane that never hit Long Island.The power authority

WOODBURY - ? There are new calls for LIPA to explain why it spent millions of dollars on a hurricane that never hit Long Island.

The power authority spent more than $30 million preparing for Hurricane Earl last year.

According to Newsday, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli demands that LIPA give him records of how it used the cash.

DiNapoli is questioning whether the proper controls are in place at LIPA to prevent unnecessary spending.

Public hearing held on LIPA expendituresLIPA chair promises remedial action if missteps foundLIPA wants review over storm costsLIPA holds meeting on Hurricane Earl preps

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