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The deadline for WTC survivors and responders to register for the fund is Oct. 3.
Fifteen first responders were awarded long-awaited 9/11 health fund payments, officials announced.
So far more than 4,500 people have registered for a stake in the $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund.
Woody Allen is among those who donated to Julie Menin's likely run for Manhattan borough president.
People from Marcus Samuelsson to Aldon James made news in Manhattan's neighborhoods in 2011.
The federal government released new information about the $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund on Oct. 3, 2011.
Residents as far north as Canal Street can apply for the $2.8 billion fund. The boundary had previously been Reade Street.
Several meetings were set up to field questions from those who may benefit from the Zadroga Act.
Plymouth Tower, a 340-unit complex on East 93rd Street, hopes its new rooftop garden will become a model for others.
Sheila Birnbaum took questions from 9/11 recovery workers and residents at a town hall meeting.
Dozens of people are submitting online questions about the new 9/11 health law.
Sheila Birnbaum, a legal expert, will weigh thousands of claims from those who are sick.
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