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Candidates for NYC mayor appear to follow Bloomberg on sea level rise, waterfront issues

NEW YORK -- This year's crop of mayoral candidates were in lockstep on waterfront and climate change issues yesterday during the first gathering of those looking to replace outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg. With Bloomberg, an independent, set to retire after three terms, the field of candidates to succeed him were cautious in their first official foray into how to bolster the city's defenses against storm surges and sea level rise while the city continues to push development of its hundreds of miles of shoreline.


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