New York residents affected by Hurricane Sandy and its remnants can repair some electrical and plumbing problems in their homes through supplemental aid offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and federal officials said. In New Jersey, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners has opened a call center at its central office to help handle telephone calls from Sandy victims. Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says damage caused by the storm has exceeded $360 million in his state.
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