United States: Experts Advise Cuomo on Disaster Measures

New York Times: Two panels of experts charged with studying how New York can better prepare for disasters like Hurricane Sandy said Thursday that the state should create a strategic fuel reserve, require some gas stations to install generators and update its building codes. The commissions, which Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo appointed in November shortly after the storm hit, offered preliminary recommendations so that the governor could consider including some of them in his State of the State address on Wednesday. The......

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