Today marks 1 year since Sandy

Gov. Dannel Malloy says storms like Sandy are becoming more common and residents need to be prepared.

Gov. Dannel Malloy says storms like Sandy are becoming more common and residents need to be prepared. (10/29/13)

MILFORD - Today marks one year since Sandy struck southwestern Connecticut.

Gov. Dannel Malloy says the state is getting $65 million in additional federal aid for relief efforts, adding that storms like Sandy are becoming more common and residents need to be prepared.

Meanwhile, many homeowners are still rebuilding from the historic storm.

Officials are encouraging people to take advantage of state and federal funding as they continue to reconstruct their properties.

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