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A year after Sandy, Ridgewood emergency official urges preparedness

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A year after Sandy, Ridgewood emergency official urges preparedness
Tuesday October 15, 2013, 12:35 PM
BY  LAURA HERZOG
STAFF WRITER
The Ridgewood News

One year since Hurricane Sandy left Ridgewood residents without power for more than a week, the Ridgewood Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is continuing preparations for upcoming storm seasons and is encouraging residents to do the same.

“We’re just about approaching the one-year anniversary (of Sandy),” OEM Coordinator Jeremy Kleiman said during a presentation to the Village Council. “It’s a good time to take stock of where we are and what we’ve done.”

The OEM has applied for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants for emergency generators to be placed in Ridgewood schools and the library, places where people tend to congregate after storms, according to Kleiman.

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5 thoughts on “A year after Sandy, Ridgewood emergency official urges preparedness

  1. CHRISTIE’S $120 MILLION COVER STORY GOES OFF THE RAILS

    Sandy Damage to Nearly One-Third of Rail Fleet Was Predicted and Preventable

    Trenton—Hurricane Sandy damaged hundreds of New Jersey Transit locomotives and passenger cars stored in low-lying yards, costing taxpayers more than $120 million, despite prior warnings of inundation risk. Since then, top state officials, led by Governor Chris Christie, have made a number of exculpatory statements that have turned out to be utterly false, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which points to three key official untruths. (continues…)

    https://www.peer.org/news/news-releases/2013/10/14/christie%E2%80%99s-$120-million-cover-story-goes-off-the-rails/

  2. It was a career employee, or employees who let this happen. You union people try to blame Christie for everything. Why not just blame him for the storm, thats how stupid you are.

  3. Who ever was in charge of NJT at the time should have been fired and not helped out and covered for by the fat man. #2 why not pay a little more attention to the articles you read before making an idiotic remark.

  4. Whats the matter #3? You a union lacky who didnt get their cost of living increases you wanted? Idiots like you bankrupted this state.

  5. woh woh, my boy .I’m not in the union but they did build this hole place up. any big site was built by the union workers of all the trades. so to # 3 I don’t know what your trad is, we all would like to know. then we can go forward in this nice clean talk.
    thank you mr clare .

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