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Cuomo Directs Flags To Half Staff On Anniversary Of Superstorm Sandy

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered that flags on state government buildings be flown at half-staff tomorrow in honor of the 61 men and women who lost their lives in Superstorm Sandy.

Cuomo has also asked for a moment of silence at 8:00 tomorrow night to mark the time when the storm surge in New York City first began.

The governor says as we approach the anniversary of the storm, thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of those who perished, as well as the countless others who lives were impacted in the days that followed.

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