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Three years have passed since Hurricane Sandy devastated Long Island’s South Shore, and while most Seaford and Wantagh residents have stitched their lives back together, the journey was not been easy. more
As part of the New York Rising acquisition program, a second set of houses — 81 in Nassau County and another 74 in Suffolk — will be auctioned off on Nov. 17 as part of Gov. Andrew … more
Six homes in Wantagh and Seaford damaged by Hurricane Sandy three years ago will be up for auction next month. All of the homes are south of Merrick Road — four in Seaford and two in Wantagh. more
Victims of Hurricane Sandy who feel they have been underpaid for damage to their homes are eligible to re-open their flood insurance claims, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced. more
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After a meeting on March 11 with U.S. Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, of New York, and Bob Menendez and Cory Booker, of New Jersey, Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate announced that the agency had agreed to reopen and review every flood insurance claim — approximately 144,000 — filed in New York and New Jersey by victims of Hurricane Sandy, and not limit corrective action to just the 2,200 claims that are now in litigation. more
I’ll be home for Christmas. Two Seaford residents — one a disabled veteran and the other a disabled 9/11 New York City firefighter — are hoping to be back in their homes by Christmas. more
It has been two years since Susan Calandra and her family slept in their Willoughby Avenue home. The Seaford family has been displaced since Hurricane Sandy hit, and they are hoping to move into their newly restored house before the holidays. more
Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, the Jones Beach State Park staff — with the help of the Federal Emergency Management Agency — has not only repaired, but revived the world-famous attraction. more
Promising to save taxpayers $233 million over the next 20 years, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano announced a partnership with United Water on Monday to manage and operate the county’s three … more
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