Newsday Apr. 13 – NY attorney general looking at LI Sandy cleanup contracts, source says

“Legis. Delia DeRiggi-Whitton (D-Glen Cove) has raised questions about Looks Great, the county’s record-keeping and its control over the work. Union representatives also questioned whether the company paid required wages to its out-of-state crews.”

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http://www.newsday.com/long-island/ny-attorney-general-looking-at-li-sandy-cleanup-contracts-source-says-1.5068834

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One Comment on “Newsday Apr. 13 – NY attorney general looking at LI Sandy cleanup contracts, source says”

  1. Mark Caggiano
    April 17, 2013 at 11:41 pm #

    after Irene, trees were mysteriously removed also.I work for LIPA /Nat’l Grid out of the Locust Valley Firehouse during restoration and have been a landscaper and groundskeeper.I saw good trees taken down by some outside crew, not near power lines and in good conditon.(u could see the stumps.)3 small trees on Oyster Bay Rd East of the trestle by Townsend Cocks, a large tree on Chicken Valley x st from the cottage b4 Piping Rock Rd (Brookville CC)are 2 examples I remember.I was wondering who was paying for these removals and y they were being done as they did not come in contact w the lines.I know there were more and this is not cheap.These trees were very healthy and if they fell would never reach the power lines.

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