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Topic - Long Island Power Authority
The Long Island Power Authority or LIPA [ "lie-pah" ], a municipal subdivision of the State of New York, was created under the Long Island Power Act of 1985 to acquire the Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO)'s assets and securities. A second Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), a wholly owned subsidiary of the first, acquired LILCO's transmission and distribution system in May 1998. - Source: Wikipedia
Attorneys representing 120 plaintiffs whose New Jersey homes burned to the ground during a freak Superstorm Sandy fire have filed a lawsuit, accusing the electric company of negligence when it failed to cut off power despite rising seawater levels.
Priscilla Niemiera has a message for officials at the Long Island Power Authority. "I'd tell them, get off your rear end and do your job," the 68-year-old Seaford resident said. Well, she would if she could get in touch with anyone.
Priscilla Niemiera has a message for officials at the Long Island Power Authority.