NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A big boss with the Metropolitan Transit Authority was demoted and had his salary slashed after he allegedly borrowed a transit generator following Superstorm Sandy.When the storm hit, most people in the Levittown area were in the dark for up to two weeks, but not Gregory Lombardi, the rising executive in the MTA who allegedly pulled off a power play.Lombardi allegedly towed home a NYC Transit division generator — which rents for $800 to $2,100 per week — and hooked it up to his house until the Long Island Power Authority restored power.
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