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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Nassau County, Long Beach declare state of emergency
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Just like last year, the news media is camped out at the Allegria Hotel.

"As we continue to monitor the developments surrounding the storm, we expect to suffer widespread flooding in low-lying areas," Schnirman said on the city's website. "We urge residents in areas that typically flood during extreme weather events to secure their homes and consider contacting family and friends north of Sunrise Highway to stay with until Hurricane Sandy has passed."

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