Relocating New York City's Amtrak station to higher ground, building a sea gate and creating "new signage alerting residents to where they can drive their cars and themselves to higher ground" are just some proposals New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo received from various communities about how to prepare better for unpredictable, destructive weather in the future. Cuomo said the state received $32 billion in post-Superstorm Sandy federal aid.

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