Federal prosecutors should examine the relationship between the Long Island Power Authority and Chicago-based Navigant Consulting, a state commission tasked with overseeing how New York utilities responded to Superstorm Sandy said yesterday.
The Moreland Commission, created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo just weeks after the October storm, issued its final report after reviewing more than 175,000 documents, holding 10 hearings, and interviewing more than 90 stakeholders and witnesses.
The report found questionable billing and reimbursement practices that racked up millions of dollars.
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