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Report rips NYPA spending

Comptroller faults authority for salaries, still having plane

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A public utility with a mission to provide low-cost power for New Yorkers is spending money on planes, pilots and six-figure salaries while the state’s residents pay some of the highest electricity rates in the nation, according to a report Thursday from the state comptroller’s office. The New York Power Authority, with 16 power plants including large hydroelectric dams on the Niagara and St. Lawrence rivers, pays one-third of its 1,636 employees more than $100,000 ...


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ChuckD
August 8, 2013
11:13 p.m.

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Pigs.
I apologize for resorting to name-calling but I can't think of any other response.
Pigs.

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