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Madison Officials Meet to Debrief After Super Storm Sandy.

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Pictured from left to right, first table, Acting Chief Darren Dachisen, OEM Coordinator Councilman Bob Landrigan, second row Officer James Cavezza, Acting Lt Joseph Cirella, Electric Utility Superintendent Michael Piano, Administrator Ray Codey.  Third row Borough employee Fran Boardman, Public Works Superintendent David Maines.  Fourth row, Library Director Nancy Adamczyk, Senior Citizen Coordinator Edna Ierley-Byrne, Health Officer Lisa Gulla, Madison Pharmacy Owner Frank Iannarone, Senior Police Dispatcher John Rafter, Officer Joe Longo, Fire Chief Lou DeRosa.
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Pictured from left to right, first table, Officer James Cavezza, Acting Lt Joseph Cirella, Electric Utility Superintendent Michael Piano, Administrator Ray Codey, Councilwoman Carmela Vitale. Second row, Borough employee Fran Boardman, Public Works Superintendent David Maines.  Third row, Library Director Nancy Adamczyk, Senior Citizen Coordinator Edna Ierley-Byrne.
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Madison's Local Emergency Planning Council met on Friday November 30 to
debrief after Super Storm Sandy.

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