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Federal rental aid for Sandy-hit residents ending

Federal rental aid for Sandy-hit residents ending

Federal rental assistance that aided more than 1,000 New York and New Jersey families in the wake of Hurricane...

Federal rental aid for Sandy-hit residents ending
City gets $400M to fortify Sandy-damaged tunnels

City gets $400M to fortify Sandy-damaged tunnels

In addition to the $42 million in federal funds allotted to business recovery and programs to assist owners of...

City gets $400M to fortify Sandy-damaged tunnels
US House passes measure trimming flood insurance premiums

US House passes measure trimming flood insurance premiums

  Legislation easing the premium costs on government-sponsored flood insurance has passed the U.S. House of Representatives, repealing a...

US House passes measure trimming flood insurance premiums
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Sandy victims can’t appeal decisions on aid: NJ officials

Victims of Hurricane Sandy that were denied New Jersey recovery grants can’t appeal those decisions, state officials said yesterday,...

Sandy victims can’t appeal decisions on aid: NJ officials
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Breezy Point recovery seeing light of day

A Sandy-devastated area in Queens is beginning to see new homes being rebuilt after the storm, according to the New York Daily News.

Breezy Point recovery seeing light of day
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Bill could give co-ops, condos access to FEMA aid

Owners of co-ops and condominiums may soon see a change to a Federal Emergency Management Agency policy that they...

Bill could give co-ops, condos access to FEMA aid

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