, Newburyport, MA

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November 1, 2012

Mayor applauds National Grid for improved response


As for what comes next, Kezer said the city would be working to assess its storm related costs and then proceed from there.

“At this phase, it’s documenting all of our costs in order to get it turned in for whatever reimbursements we’re going to be able to get,” Kezer said. “Then once that’s done and we do whatever cleanup there is, we move on and get ready for whatever’s coming next.”

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