public authorities Tag All blog entries tagged as public authorities Sat, 12 Jul 2014 13:05:16 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Today's Headlines: Public Authority Debt At $244 Billion

Last year, debt at the state's public authorities reached $244 billion, rising from $215 billion the year before, according to a report by the state comptroller. That includes $58 billion worth of bonds issued on behalf of state government. Spending jumped from $44 billion to $56 billion during the same period. The 1,169 state and local authorities range from the MTA to the Rensselaer County Water and Sewer Authority. The public typically has no vote on their indebtedness.

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Headlines: Utility Failed to Plan for Storms; Quinn Calls for Stormproofing An examination by The Times shows that the Long Island Power Authority -- which serves the Rockaways -- has repeatedly failed to plan for extreme weather. Gov. Cuomo has established a commission to investigate how utilities across the state responded to Sandy. The head of LIPA resigned yesterday.

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