Is Long Island ready? Answer: Only if they can’t see them.
Is Long Island Ready For Wind Power?
August 25, 2016
The New York State Comptroller’s Office defines a public authority as a corporate instrument of the state, created by the state legislature and established to further public interests of the state. Most public authorities have the power to make decisions and issue bonds on infra-structure projects without voter approval. Unlike state agencies, public authorities operate outside the typical oversight and accountability requirements. They are appointed by elected officials and governed by a board of directors.