How Would You Spend $9 B. to Protect New York from the Next Superstorm?



That was the question The Observer put to a group of planning and infrastructure experts yesterday, after Senator Chuck Schumer announced that he expected the state to receive about $9 billion for storm mitigation measures, as part of its request to Congress for Sandy aid. After all, that is far from enough money to build some of those vaunted sea gates, though there is nothing to suggest more money might not be on the horizon in the future.

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For now, though, here are their recommendations on what to do with $9 billion in new storm-securing infrastructure investments.
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