DiNapoli estimates lost revenue at $15B to $18B

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This photo from the U.S. Coast Guard shows

This photo from the U.S. Coast Guard shows areas of Long Island damaged by Sandy. (Oct. 30, 2012) Photo Credit: Getty Images

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State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said Friday lost revenue due to superstorm Sandy ranges from $15 billion to $18 billion — though it could go higher.

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The comptroller, who lives in Great Neck, said the estimate was based on “economic losses include disruption to daily business and the loss of property and wealth, some of which may not be included in other estimates.”

Newsday's Sara Crichton has more here.

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