See photos from Governor Cuomo's #Sandy1year tour
Yesterday the New York governor visited Ground Zero, the South Ferry subway station and La Guardia Airport on his Sandy resiliency tour
Wed Oct 30 2013
Photograph courtesy Governor Cuomo/Flickr
Yesterday marked a year since Hurricane Sandy made landfall in NYC; a myriad of commemorative events took place around town, exhibits opened with extraordinary photographs of the storm, and A- and R-train riders didn't have to pay. On his end, Governor Andrew Cuomo led a Sandy resiliency tour that spotlighted the city's efforts to boost its defenses at Ground Zero, La Guardia Airport and the South Ferry subway station.
Above, you can see a photo of the governor in the lower-Manhattan station viewing a tunnel plug demonstration to stop water from entering the subways. Pretty cool stuff! He took to his Twitter to share updates from his #Sandy1year resiliency tour; check out some highlights below, and see more on Cuomo's Flickr page.
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