2004 Warning to NYC- Your infrastructure is failing

In 2004 Bloomberg was told that NYC could not handle a storm like Sandy. Major infrastruce changes needed to be made. What did Bloomberg do? Got rid of salt and sugar and large sodas. After all, what you eat is more important than actually protecting the city. Since he expects the Fed Govt to pay for any damage, he has had no incentive to develop a long term resturcturing of the city.

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  1. Alain41 says:

    More results of Democrat party rule in NY. Gov. Cuomo has criticized the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) because of continued power outages. From Saturday NY Post editorial:

    “…Calling the policy shots is LIPA’s 15-member board of directors — whose members are all non-utility professionals and are named by the governor and two legislative leaders. But one-third of the board seats are currently vacant. Other members are serving even though their terms are expired — having been appointed by Cuomo’s predecessors. In fact, the governor — who controls nine seats — has made just one appointment to LIPA’s board since taking office; five of his six current appointees are holdovers. Skelos has yet to fill the vacancy in one of his three slots. And LIPA has been without a permanent board-appointed and Senate-confirmed CEO since the Paterson administration….”

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