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Reforming Long Island's Electric Service: LIPA Public Comment Session #1
The LIPA Board of Trustees welcomes hearing from our elected officials, stakeholders, and most importantly customers on the alternatives to improve the future management of LIPA’s assets.

On April 28, 2021, LIPA released the Phase II Report of its Options Analysis. This report carefully details the pros and cons of four management options and provides the Board and stakeholders with the facts to make an informed decision. These options include:

• Option 1: Sell LIPA’s Assets to Private Investors
• Option 2: Reset the PSEG Long Island Relationship and Reform the Contract
• Option 3: Contract with a New Service Provider to Improve Operations
• Option 4: Bring Utility Operations Under LIPA Management

The Board of Trustees will accept public comments on the Options Analysis at 11 a.m. during its Wednesday, May 19 Board meeting. The Board has also arranged two virtual public comment hearings starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 27. Written comments may also be submitted electronically through the LIPA website (lipower.org). All comments submitted will be available for public review.

Visit lipower.org to read the full Phase II Options Analysis Report.

To speak at LIPA's Public Comment Session #1 on May 25, please register below. Please note, speakers will have five minutes and will be called upon during the live session.

May 25, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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