NYC Taking Steps to Prepare for Megastorm, Still Has Ways To Go

My first question for Robert Freudenberg, the vice president of energy and environment at the Regional Plan Association, is really the only one that matters: If another storm, one more powerful than Sandy — say, Hurricane Maria, which may yet hit the East Coast after tearing its way through the Caribbean — hits New York City, how screwed are we?

Freudenberg lets out a bit of a chuckle. “Screwed with an asterisk,” he says, “depending on the storm that hits.” 

Read the full article in the Village Voice