Surviving The Superstorm - Day Three

Surviving The Superstorm - Day Three

The "superstorm" may have passed, but the Washington region is far from out to the woods -- we'll chat with local officials who are monitoring Sandy's continued effects on the area.

By most accounts, the Washington D.C. region was spared the worst of superstorm Sandy. But cleanup is still a major undertaking, and officials are continuing to monitor flood risks, damage to critical infrastructure and environmental impacts. We get updates two days after the storm made landfall.

Guests

George Hawkins

General Manager, D.C. Water and Sewer Authority; former head of the D.C. Department of the Environment

Chris Trumbauer

West/Rhode Riverkeeper

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