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Protecting NYC: Mayor's plan, successor's question

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NEW YORK (AP) — A $20 billion plan to gird New York with levees, flood gates and other defenses is a bold stroke from a mayor who saw the city through Superstorm Sandy and has championed preparedness for global warming. But the future of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's sweeping proposals will largely rest with his successor. The slate of projects Bloomberg outlined Tuesday marks one of the biggest,...

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