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ALBANY-The Cuomo administration on Friday announced $1.4 billion in federal funds would go toward storm repair and mitigation efforts for Long Island’s power grid. The idea behind the New York State agreement with the Federal Emergency Management Agency is to avoid a repeat of the after effects of Superstorm Sandy, during which 90% of the Long Island Power Authority’s 1.1 million customers lost power.


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