10 years later, Hudson County is better prepared to handle a Superstorm Sandy

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If there’s one thing that defines life in Hudson County after Superstorm Sandy, it’s that there are no more “what-ifs.” We have proof. Proof of what’s possible. Proof of how a worst-case scenario looks and feels. Proof of the vulnerabilities of a dense, urban county wedged between three rivers that feed into the ocean. But for many, the experience, the knowledge and the loss is of little worth if it isn’t galvanized to better prepare for the inevitable next time. “I think we’ve learned a lot, there’s no question about it, but I think that to say that a city has made themselves entirely immune …

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