NEW YORK — Some signs of normalcy began to return to the New York metropolitan region on Monday, a week after Hurricane Sandy tore through the area, although Staten Island, Long Island and areas of New Jersey remained devastated with power still out and relief efforts ongoing.
Lower Manhattan was heavily impacted by the storm surge on Oct. 29. “Things are a lot better than they seem,” said Daniel Ackerman, chief of staff of the Downtown Alliance.
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