It's anything but clear that New York City is legally liable for property losses from last year's storm flooding, but city comptroller William Thompson Jr. has gone out of his way to help potential plaintiffs by extending their deadline to sue. The Sun has the story, and quotes MI's Jim Copland.
"Claimants Against New York Get a Boost From Comptroller"
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