NYCHA Chairman Fesses Up, Discusses Hurricane Sandy Response Shortcomings

Thursday, February 14, 2013
Red Hook Houses (Courtesy of Shelley Bernstein/Flickr)

Red Hook Houses (Courtesy of Shelley Bernstein/Flickr)

After much silence, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman John Rhea revealed at a panel on Tuesday that the cash-strapped agency failed to adequately prepare for Hurricane Sandy. The super storm left 80,000 tenants without heat or power for several weeks, exposing the weak infrastructure and fragility of over 250 buildings, and also the agency’s disorganization.

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