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The high-exposure “V Zone” on the Jersey shore is smaller than previously estimated, federal officials have announced.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the city is ready to step up its Sandy rebuilding program with a reorganized effort called “NYC Build It Back.”
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Manhattan business leaders are keen to let people know that parts of the island worst hit by Superstorm Sandy are bouncing back.
Was the Long Island Power Company at fault for the Breezy Point conflagration sparked during Hurricane Sandy? Some homeowners say yes — and they’ll see LIPA in court.
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