The New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board outlinedtheir preperations for the 2018 hurricane season Monday.
They are also expected to update the progress on several turbines.
Last year, breakdowns and a few fires reduced the city's power supply for its pumps from five turbines to just one.
That happened in the days after Aug. 5 flooding where the city's drainage system issues came to light.
Since then, the S&WB has spent more than $80 million on improvements.
However. one turbine is still offline and is expected to be operational in a matter of days.
A staffing shortage is also a top priority with nearly 600 jobs waiting to be filled, including the executive director position.
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