NYC remains vulnerable to storms 5 years after Hurricane Sandy — despite improvements

Robert Freudenberg, the vice president of energy and environment at the nonprofit Regional Plan Association, which studies metropolitan New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, said recent hurricanes are a harbinger of stormy days to come. “There are storms right now that don’t reflect anything we’ve seen in the past,” Freudenberg said. “We don’t know what kind of storms are coming.”

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