Superstorm Sandy turns 3; plans for Hoboken microgrid among chief initiatives

Hudson Reporter:

Three years ago on Oct. 29, Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc in Hoboken. 500 million gallons of water flooded the streets and 90 percent of the city lost power. In a release this morning the city says its making progress to protect the city from future storms with flood-resistant parks and a city-wide microgrid.

“We are making real progress towards implementing a comprehensive water management strategy in collaboration with the DEP, federal government, and neighboring cities, and thanks to the dedicated work of our resident volunteers on the Community Advisory Group,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer.

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