A National Grid crew from Fredonia, N.Y., repair power lines on Port Washington Boulevard that were brought down by Superstorm Sandy in Port Washington, N.Y. Thousands of utility workers from New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts say many are still waiting to be fully compensated for their efforts to restore power after Superstorm Sandy.
A National Grid crew from Fredonia, N.Y., repair power lines on Port Washington Boulevard that were brought down by Superstorm Sandy in Port Washington, N.Y. Thousands of utility workers from New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts say many are still waiting to be fully compensated for their efforts to restore power after Superstorm Sandy.
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published Friday, December 7th, 2012
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Mike Valaskatgis slept in his National Grid truck for two nights, and then on a cot two more nights before getting a bed in a hotel room during a 10-day visit to New York last month to help in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

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