NYTimes upset because Mayor Gloomberg replacements not jazzed about wasting billions on defenses against 100-year storms

The New York Times editorializes:

So far, the mayoral candidates haven’t gotten as serious as Mr. Bloomberg about protecting the city. Their proposals range from promising to nonexistent, thoughtful to ludicrous.

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One thought on “NYTimes upset because Mayor Gloomberg replacements not jazzed about wasting billions on defenses against 100-year storms”

  1. H’m. Blind squirrels and nuts… a failure of Northeasterners to plan for “100-year storms”, which no one can really predict, costs billions when a storm like Sandy occurs. These communities should be defending against sentinel events like Sandy and the storm of ’43 or whenever that was. It’s much more valuable to their residents than seeking pay equity or gender sensitivity or stopping smoking in bars.

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