Uniondale, NY - Top LIPA Exec, Trustee Announce Resignations
Uniondale, NY - Another top executive and a trustee of the Long Island utility company that has been heavily criticized for its response to Superstorm Sandy have announced their resignations.
According to Newsday (http://bit.ly/Snakze ), LIPA vice president of customer service, Bruce Germano, said Monday night he was stepping down at the end of the year. He called it “purely a personal decision.”
Long Island Power Authority said that X. Cristofer Damianos, a board member since 2007, resigned to spend time on his real estate business.
Earlier this month, LIPA Chief Operating Officer Michael Hervey announced he would depart at year’s end.
LIPA has come under severe criticism for how long it was taking to get power restored after Sandy.
Cuomo has formed a commission to investigate the responses of utilities following the storm.
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