Angry residents at a community board meeting spoke about their health fears.
The precinct received 10 complaints about the noise throught the summer.
Producers have been testing the sound blankets based on noise complaints.
The April 30 storm dumped five inches of rain, and a nearby sewer plant malfunctioned.
The DEP and DEC joined students from a Great Kills school to count eels at Richmond Creek.
The DEP will expand the Bluebelt system in Woodrow, starting in the spring.
The upgrade connected 150 homes to the city's sewer system.
The city announced a nearly $100 million project that will add miles of storm sewers to Staten Island.
The first trees were planted at Brookfield Landfill, which is expected to open as a park in 2017.
A new green infrastructure plan was designed to divert runoff from the drainage system in Greenpoint.
Councilman James Oddo and Steven Matteo have called on the city to fund three storm sewers.
The city had bankrolled an expansive monitoring network run by the U.S. Geological Survey.
A group of students counted glass eels at Richmond Creek.
The Staten Island rooftop alone will get enough solar panels to cover one-and-a-half football fields.
A boil-water order in Breezy Point has been lifted for most of the area.
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