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According to Tuesday, November 6th Newsday, 200,000 remains without power, because Long Island Power Authority branch of National Grid is not prepared, even during Hurricane Irene emergency. 

Many Long Island residents aren't happy with how Long Island Power Authority is handling the situation. 

Letter to
Long Island Power Authority branch of National Grid
Demand LIPA to REPAIR POWER OUTRAGE ON THE Double

According to Tuesday, November 6th Newsday, 200,000 remains without power, because Long Island Power Authority branch of National Grid is not prepared, even during Hurricane Irene emergency.
Many Long Island residents aren't happy with how Long Island Power Authority is handling the situation.
We're urging Long Island Power Authority to take its Long Island residents, both Nassau and Suffolk Counties seriously and repaired and fix things done, instead of taking break.
National Grid should enforce law to their Long Island Power Authority to have enough people to fix power outrage in Long Island. LIPA employees should not be sent home during Hurricane or Blizzard.
LIPA had shortage of employee, which causes some neighborhood like Westbury, no power until few days past November.
We're asking National Grid and LIPA on following issue.
1. When power outrage occurs in Long Island, have enough employee to drive after storm over to blackout area.
2. At blackout area, instead of driving around, repair things done on DOUBLE.
3. National Grid should enforce fine for LIPA for not fixing power outages quickly during Hurricane or Blizzard outages.
4. Long Island Power Authority NEEDS SERIOUS LESSON FROM CON EDITION, which Con Edison is New York City electrict company that does better job than LIPA.