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NYSEG Approves Emergency Funding for Hurricane Irene, Tropical Storm Lee Damage Recovery

NYSEG has approved more than $3.5 million in emergency economic development storm-recovery funding for 92 building redevelopment/revitalization and agricultural projects in 31 communities impacted by Hurricane Irene or Tropical Storm Lee.

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Long Island Residents Prepare For Direct Hit From Hurricane Irene
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As Hurricane Sandy Moves In, Emergency Supplies Run Out

In the Northeast, people are swarming to beg, borrow, steal and even purchase last-minute emergency supplies to prepare for the worst of Hurricane Sandy. However, many stores are running out of those items, leaving people to return home empty-handed.

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Oneonta Mayor Richard Miller Says City’s Experienced, Prepared for Hurricane Sandy [AUDIO]

The City of Oneonta is prepared for the effects of Hurricane Sandy, according to Mayor Dick Miller, who visited the Townsquare Media studios Monday morning.

After last year's flooding from Hurricane Irene and the floods of 2006, city officials have the experience and knowledge to handle Sandy.

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Storm Center: Hurricane Sandy

EMERGENCY MUSTS | SAFE GENERATOR USE

Emergency Links: Chenango County | Delaware County | Otsego County

Power Outage Reports: NYSEG | NATIONAL GRID | RG&E

Report Electrical Emergencies: NYSEG -- 1.800.572.1131 | RG&E -- 1.800.743.1701

Report Natural Gas Emergencies: NYSEG -- 1.800.572.1121 | RG&E -- 1.800.743.1702

As Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Northeast, please return to this page for school and road closings, and shelter locations in Delaware, Otsego and Chenango County.

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Models Project Hurricane Sandy to Hit Northeast

Hurricane Sandy has been upgraded to Category 2 as it churns over Cuba and moves just east of Florida.

Hurricane tracking models now project Sandy to move north and slightly east as it travels up the east coast of the United States. It is then expected to make a left turn and strike New England, possibly further south along New Jersey and New York, early Monday morning.

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