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John D. Cameron Jr. Chairman, Long Island Regional
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John D. Cameron Jr.
Chairman, Long Island Regional Planning Council, managing partner, Cameron Engineering & Associates
"The impacts of superstorm Sandy on Long Island were physical, economic and psychological in nature. The weaknesses in our natural and built environment were exposed. In order for Long Island to survive future such events, it is critical that we assess our vulnerabilities and address them."
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