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Q&A forum for Baldwin residents dealing with Sandy's aftermath

Carrie Stancil, 30, and her sister Kelli Hoffmann,

Carrie Stancil, 30, and her sister Kelli Hoffmann, 25, who both came up from North Carolina to help their grandmother after superstorm Sandy, carry a garbage bag filled with Sheetrock they ripped from the water-damaged basement walls in their grandmother's Baldwin home. (Nov. 5, 2012) (Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

New York State Assemb. Brian Curran (R-Lynbrook) is holding an information meeting Friday in Baldwin for residents dealing with Sandy’s aftermath.

The session will be held at 7 p.m. at the Baldwin Middle School, 3211 Schreiber Pl.

Representatives from FEMA, Sanitation District 2 and the Nassau County Police Department’s First Precinct, and an insurance adjuster are expected to answer questions regarding cleanup and insurance filings.

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For more information, call Curran’s office at 516-561-8216.

Tags: Baldwin


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