Cook Wants Public Service Commission to Investigate LIPA

Huntington Councilman Eugene Cook wrote to New York State Public Service Commission Tuesday to demand that the agency investigate what he called the Long Island Power Authority’s “manipulation of the real property tax system in underfunding the South Country School District from 2008 and through 2028, the entire contractual period of the LIPA power purchase agreement with Long Island. 

The letter, addressed to chairman John B. Rhodes, appears below. It represents another move against the utility, which is trying to win a massive reduction in its taxes on the Northport power plant, which the Town of Huntington opposes. 

Letter to LIPA August 6th 2019

 

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