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LIPA, again at a crossroads, considers four options for its future

After a string of devastating revelations about PSEG Long Island’s failures in its handling of Tropical Storm Isaias, LIPA says it will reexamine how best to run the system, which has 1.1 million customers. Here's Newsday's Mark Harrington with a closer look at the story. Credit: Newsday / Mark Harrington, J. Conrad Williams Jr,; File footage

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