In wake of Hurricane Sandy, Middlesex County Utilities Authority still in 'emergency mode'

Apr 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Jersey Journal

SAYREVILLE - Five months after Hurricane Sandy inundated its sewage treatment facilities in Sayreville, the Middlesex County Utilities Authority is still in "emergency mode," trying to get back to pre-storm operations, officials said.

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Even more important, anyone know if they've made any changes to make the power grid more resilient? Or are we still at their mercy if another storm comes?

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