Councilman Cook Response to Lawsuit

Town of Huntington

News Release From the Town of Huntington

 Council Office • 100 Main Street • Huntington, NY  11743

Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene Cook responds to a lawsuit he filed against Long Island Power Authority and National Grid

Attached is the memo that was submitted yesterday, August 3, 2020, to the Supreme Court of Suffolk County for my lawsuit against Long Island Power Authority and National Grid.  When the Long Island Power Authority was established there were clear laws that were created to govern the Authority, as it was meant to protect the taxpayer, and ensure the Long Island Power Authority had an oversite committee in the Public Authorities Control Board.

“I believe that is very important that Huntingtonians  read through this entire document, as this explains the laws that govern the actions and procedures the Long Island Power Authority should have followed before filing a tax certiorari against the Town of Huntington, concerning the Northport Power Plant.”, stated Councilman Eugene Cook  “I hope after reading this document, Huntingtonians will participate in the upcoming public forums on Monday, August 10, 2020 at 6 p.m. and Wednesday, September 3, 2020 at 6 p.m. and voice your concerns on the settlement offer regarding the Northport Power Plant. This will be the most important decision made by the Huntington Town Board, as it not only affects every property owner in Huntington but every resident and business, too.”



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