Updated Friday, September 19, 2014 as of 7:58 PM ET

After Hurricane Sandy, Manhattan Planner Hunts for Power

To make a call Wednesday afternoon, planner Maura Griffin stood at the corner of 20th Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, an intersection rumored to harbor a pocket of live cell phone signals. There, the founder of Blue Spark Capital Advisors -- who has been trapped in her blacked-out Chelsea neighborhood since the arrival of Hurricane Sandy -- got a call out, no small feat in some New York City neighborhoods.

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Comments (1)
These storms are quite dangerous and causes huge destruction. Hence it becomes necessary to use hurricane resistant products sometimes. Actually the hurricane windows and doors are planned particularly to offer good quality to the glass. I believe that windows form Alpha impact windows and doors are great and an important stuff to have in order to protect the property.
Posted by lillian h | Thursday, January 30 2014 at 2:36AM ET
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