Homeowners protest unresolved Sandy claims
WASHINGTON — Long Island homeowners came here Thursday to protest delays and problems with unresolved superstorm Sandy federal flood insurance ...
State says storm victims may owe $59 million
An estimated 1,500 superstorm Sandy victims could owe the state $59 million in disaster recovery money that was awarded to ...
Keeping elevated homes handicapped-accessible
The owners of Sandy-damaged homes who are trying to elevate their homes while still keeping them handicapped-accessible can get help ...
Homeland Security audits LI Sandy spending
The inspector general’s office for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is auditing how Long Beach City schools, the Town ...
LIPA negotiates $80M insurance settlement
The good news: LIPA just negotiated an $80 million insurance settlement for damage related to superstorm Sandy. The downside: it ...
Bill would bar Treasury's use of debt collectors
Rep. Gregory W. Meeks introduced a bill that would bar the Department of Treasury from using private debt collectors to recoup money from disaster recovery victims.
Data: Most Sandy-damaged homes uninsured
Thousands of Long Island homes damaged by superstorm Sandy are still not covered by flood insurance, leaving much of the ...
NYS wants $17.8B more in Sandy aid
New York State says it needs as much as $17.8 billion in additional funding to address housing, business and infrastructure ...
Rice, Donovan introduce flood insurance reform bill
Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-Garden City) has teamed up with Rep. Dan Donovan (R-Staten Island) to introduce legislation this week to ...
Three years after Sandy, rough road to recovery
Three years since superstorm Sandy hit Long Island, the maelstrom is still taking financial, physical and emotional tolls on its ...