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Federal Reimbursement to New York City for Superstorm Sandy Costs

New York State has provided $47,274,759 to New York City for reimbursement of costs incurred following the impact of Superstorm Sandy. These costs resulted from the use of emergency protective and repair measures, such as restoring electric service, basic heat, hot water, and exterior repairs to damaged homes that enabled…
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$8 Million in Federal Funds to Reimburse Localities Impacted by Superstorm Sandy

New York State has provided over $8 million to areas affected by Superstorm Sandy for the reimbursement of costs for cleaning up after the storm. The localities receiving these FEMA-approved funds include: the Village of Amityville, Suffolk County; Village of Babylon in Suffolk County; Town of Huntington, Suffolk Couny; Town…
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NY Security Measures in Response to Boston Marathon Bombing

the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES), the New York State Police (NYSP), National Guard, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) to be on a heightened state of alert. These measures were taken to ensure the continued safety…
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Sandy Clean Up on Fire Island

New York State, FEMA and local municipalities will begin the process of debris removal efforts in Fire Island. An estimated $30 million has been approved for clearance, removal and disposal of debris from Hurricane Sandy in Fire Island. The Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) will oversee this project, and will…
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100 Generators Donated by Honda to be Delivered to Nassau County

New York: The American Honda Motor Company, Inc. has donated 100 generators that will help power warming and comfort stations to assist in relief efforts following Hurricane Sandy. These generators arrived in New York this afternoon and will be delivered today to fire departments in the hardest hit areas in…
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State Warns Sandy Victims That They May Need to Pay Back $59M

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery began sending out debt notice letters this month to applicants the agency believes were ineligible for housing rehabilitation and elevation money or received duplicate payments for the same work. Emily C. Dooley, Newsday | February 21, 2016 Share More: 
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New York State Warns Sandy Victims That They May Need to Pay Back $59M

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery began sending out debt notice letters this month to applicants the agency believes were ineligible for housing rehabilitation and elevation money or received duplicate payments for the same work. Emily C. Dooley, Newsday | February 21, 2016 Share More: 
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