4. LIPA CEDES CONTROL TO PSEG - After questions were...

4. LIPA CEDES CONTROL TO PSEG - After questions were raised about LIPA's management, finances and response time after superstorm Sandy, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo proposed a plan that gave PSEG, a New Jersey utility company, nearly complete control of the Long Island power grid, replacing the LIPA brand with a new entity, PSEG-LI. On Oct. 3, LIPA trustees approved Cuomo's effort to reform the utility. Read the full story Credit: Steve Pfost

PSEG-Long Island had better be able to handle storms better than the Long Island Power Authority ["LI's new utility: We could handle this," News, Dec. 16].

After superstorm Sandy, everyone realized how unprepared and disorganized LIPA is. PSEG had better understand that a storm such as that could happen again.

Sandy hit more than a year ago, and there are still people who haven't been able to move back into their houses. PSEG had better know that we have high expectations of it!

Shannon Williams, Wantagh

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