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Report: Kaiman Is on Short Candidate List to Head LIPA

The North Hempstead supervisor may fill vacant executive post, according to published report.

North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman is on a short list of candidates for the chief executive position at the Long Island Power Authority, according to a Newsday report

Kaiman, a longtime resident of Great Neck, has served as supervisor in North Hempstead since January 1, 2004. He is a Democrat.

The appointment, which has yet to be finalized by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's office, could come as early as Oct. 2, according to Newsday.

Kaiman, 50, serves as the chairman of the town’s Solid Waste Management Authority, Commissioner of the Great Neck North Water Authority, a board member of the Long Island Regional Planning Council and as a board member of the Association of a Better Long Island. He is a former trustee of Temple Israel of Great Neck.

After serving since 2007, former LIPA chief Kevin Law left in September 2010 to head up the Long Island Association.

LIPA, a non-profit municipal electric utility, provides electric service to more than 1.1 million customers in Suffolk and Nassau and the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens. 

jonathan winant September 30, 2012 at 06:44 PM
After I left the terrible meeting I realized something that no one mentioned. The Town wanted to allow four story buildings then they went to three stories. Being that we allready have the Stannards building which is four floors and the three story building which houses the Dolphin Book Store when did the regulations suddenly change? Look at Craigslist and you will see numerous listings for residential units in commercial type buildings up and down Main Street. Why propose what we already have? Something certanly sounds rotten in Denmark as the saying goes. Everyone can come to their own conclusions which we might never know if they are correct or not. Things which make you go HMMMMM
jonathan winant September 30, 2012 at 06:47 PM
My last comment should read a little differently. What I was alluding to is that if wee have residential/commercial; buildings and buildings which meet or exceede the hieght which is now being proposed then why is there the need for new zoning laws? Beautification yes that is definitely needed but that is not rezoning. Do you rezone to plant treets, flowers, shrubs, fix sidewalks and curbs?
Margie October 01, 2012 at 02:53 PM
Because promises were made during the election. Rezoning on Main Street Port Washington and the Roslyn Country Club deal. All behind the scene promises.
Mary November 09, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Hey Mr. Kaiman still want to be on LIPA's short list. We already have enough problems with LIPA, we don't need to add you to that mix.

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