Onondaga County Water Authority (hereafter referred to as the appellant) is a public benefit corporation, with power under the Public Authorities Law (§ 1154, subd. 17) to regulate the rates charged by it for the use of water which it supplies to private customers and to water districts, villages and the like. In August of 1966, it increased by 64% the water rates of two of its corporate...
MTR. LAKELAND DIST. v. ONONDAGA AUTH.
24 N.Y.2d 400 (1969)
In the Matter of Lakeland Water District, Respondent, v. Onondaga County Water Authority, Appellant. In the Matter of Village of Solvay, Respondent, v. Onondaga County Water Authority, Appellant.
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Argued March 5, 1969.
Decided April 16, 1969.
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Judges BURKE, SCILEPPI, BERGAN, KEATING, BREITEL and JASEN concur.
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