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Municipal officials are sick of this.
We are tired of the situation it is entirely unacceptable.
It wasn't -- but welcome reception for senator Blumenthal -- congressman Chris Murphy.
Who hit the emergency operation center an -- -- first thing this morning.
Where nine out of ten homes are still without power and roads are blocked by a tangle of trees and -- -- One data point.
Says it -- to me.
The company announced.
When the storm immediately concluded that it had no plan and that it would have a plan several days later.
It should have had a plan several weeks before it.
Instead local crews had a plan on the fly.
Doing the best they can and a clear as much debris as they are allowed to you kept waiting by a lack of -- Blumenthal and Murphy both say a review of -- and both full time and contract is in order and it needs federal oversight staffing was reviewed in 2008 by the state regulatory board.
They say it'll happen again.
More than that they say the disaster merits a federal investigation.
That sealant he broke its public trust -- failure.
I think there's going to be a large discussion as to whether CO MP needs to increase its own staff.
But it's this is certainly an opportunity.
For the federal government to look into ways to make sure.
That mutual aid agreements are just theoretical that they are actually practical and enforceable when a disastrous.
Meanwhile FEMA deputy director Richardson Mino is concentrating on first things first helping Connecticut care for thousands who need heat.
Even before answers.
We brought in hundreds of thousands of liters of water hundreds of thousands of meals.
Cots and blankets as well as generators.
To help support the governor in the governor's team in the state.
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