Hurricane Sandy update

Here in our NY office, we are fortunate to have gotten through the worst of Hurricane Sandy, we are all safe and with power. All New York City, State & Federal courts are closed. The public transportation system is closed but reports say that buses may be close to running at full capacity sometime Thursday. There are subway tunnels that are flooded and no ETA right now on when they may be running again. Reports say that the equipment used to pump water out of the subway tunnels run on electricity but there is no power in downtown Manhattan. Once the pumps are running it may take anywhere from 14 hours to 4 days to pump out the water. Mayor Bloomberg said it is the worst event to hit the subway system in 108 years. We will try to post updates often with information about the re-opening of the Government offices. Please do not hesitate to contact us atĀ or callĀ 718-369-3879 for any information or order status.

2 Responses to “Hurricane Sandy update”

  1. Joe Cavallo November 1, 2012 at 7:43 am #

    The MTA is providing limited Subway service. Use copy and paste this link to see the service map

  2. Joe Cavallo November 1, 2012 at 7:56 am #

    The effects of Hurricane Sandy were immediately apparent and now that days have passed the enormous scope of things is coming into perspective Our thoughts are with those who have suffered losses. We have to stop and thank all those who are working to get the city back and running. Our NY office is slowly getting back to normal and most government offices are open. We are beginning to process orders and get results out today. I’d like to thank everyone for their well wishes and support during this time.

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