New York City is providing public places to recharge dying phones and other mobile devices ["25 charging stations being placed in parks," News, June 19]. We should have these in Nassau and Suffolk counties, too.

This would help during power losses. After superstorm Sandy, power was lost in some cases for weeks.

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Cellphones can be charged in motor vehicles, but not all cellphone users have motor vehicles, especially seniors.

John DiGeronimo, Bay Shore