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Sunday's hurricane preparations

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Burr's Marina in New London employees Dave Bergamo, from left, of New London, Bill Fettzer of New London, also owner of the boat and Carl Miles, remove the 30-foot Catalina boat "Knot A Clew" from the water in preparation of Hurricane Sandy in New London Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012.Tim Martin/The Day

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Joe Beaulieu of Waterford, owner of J.P Beaulieu Flooring, boards up the facade windows of Ernie's Cafe along Bank Street in New London, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy in New London Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012.Tim Martin/The Day

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Scott Callahan, an employee of Yankee Remodeling, boards up a window above the door of Henry Hall of Mitchell College in New London in preparation for Hurricane Sandy Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012.Tim Martin/The Day

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Gene Arters, left, director of Emergency Management, City of Norwich, addresses Norwich officials during a meeting at the City of Norwich Emergency Operations Center to plan for Hurricane Sandy, Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012.Tim Martin/The Day

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