In late October last year, Superstorm Sandy devastated and disrupted much of the tri-state region, including a large swath of Long Island.
The New York metro region’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy is well under way.
On October 29, superstorm Sandy hit the tri-state area, flooding streets, highways, tunnels, buildings, and homes, and crippling the region’s public transit system.
As most of the New York metropolitan region begins to get back to normal following the devastation caused by superstorm Sandy, researchers and analysts are trying to assess the total “economic cost” of the storm.
Issued this morning, the December 2012 Empire State Manufacturing Survey report suggests that
manufacturing activity continued to decline modestly in New York State, with only moderate lingering effects from superstorm Sandy.