New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community
Written by Jennifer V. Hughes on November 26, 2013
At Morgan Court, a 22-story condominium in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan, a balky old generator stood sentry in a courtyard for decades. It provided some power to the building during the August 2003 blackout but then failed to function during routine maintenance checks. The condo board sporadically talked about fixing or replacing it but never did.
Then, the big storm hit.
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