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Gov. Andrew Cuomo, seated, signs paperwork at the Middleburgh firehouse in April approving the state's funding of the local share of the costs of post-flood rebuilding projects. He's joined by, from left, Middleburgh town Supervisor James S. Buzon, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, Mrs. K's Kitchen owner Loretta Kennedy and Greene County Legislature Chairman Wayne Speenburgh.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, seated, signs paperwork at the Middleburgh firehouse in April approving the state's funding of the local share of the costs of post-flood rebuilding projects. He's joined by, from left, Middleburgh town Supervisor James S. Buzon, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, Mrs. K's Kitchen owner Loretta Kennedy and Greene County Legislature Chairman Wayne Speenburgh.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo spent most of 2012 in what can often be a shaky second act for politicians following rave reviews of his first year — he was searching for the next big thing. It turns out, the next big thing found him: Superstorm Sandy and the Sandy Hook school massacre. The Democrat won high praise this fall for his unrelenting tour of trouble spots during the storm, his intense chastising of power utilities to ...

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