LONG BEACH, N.Y. – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo meets with Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and the Adjutant General of New York, Maj. Gen. Patrick Murphy during a visit to the flood damaged waterfront here Oct. 31. Cuomo spoke to residents and learned about the ongoing recovery efforts and National Guard’s support to Nassau County’s south shore communities. The National Guard Soldiers are part of Governor Cuomo’s call up of more than 2,400 troops in response to subtropical storm Sandy which struck New York City and Long Island Oct. 29. The National Guard has been supporting local e

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LONG BEACH, N.Y. – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo meets with Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and the Adjutant General of New York, Maj. Gen. Patrick Murphy during a visit to the flood damaged waterfront here Oct. 31. Cuomo spoke to residents and learned about the ongoing recovery efforts and National Guard’s support to Nassau County’s south shore communities. The National Guard Soldiers are part of Governor Cuomo’s call up of more than 2,400 troops in response to subtropical storm Sandy which struck New York City and Long Island Oct. 29. The National Guard has been supporting local emergency responders in and around Long Beach to assist residents coping with the severe flooding caused by the 10 foot storm surge. U.S. Army photo by Col. Richard Goldenberg, New York National Guard. (RELEASED)