The proposed FEMA maps would affect more than twice as much property as current ones.
Dozens of locals took part in the Barnacle Parade on Oct. 29, 2014 in Red Hook.
The Staten Island Long Term Recovery held the "Light up the Shore" vigil at Midland Beach.
The team also refurbished the family room at P.S. 52, a school in Midland Beach.
762 homes have started construction and 1,090 people have gotten checks since Sandy, the mayor said.
The aid tent serves nearly 200 people who are still out of their homes or rebuilding in Midland Beach.
A group of locals is partnering with city agencies to host a job fair on Oct. 29 in Red Hook.
A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office was released Thursday, officials announced.
The new center will not open for at least nine months, NYCHA officials told tenants Tuesday.
The Queens Library seeks to help students by lending them free tablets.
The Living Breakwaters project is among several in the state to be allocated $1 billion.
Residential buildings are trying to weather another possible hurricane with new flood-proofing tactics.
The popular restaurant is now called the Mott Haven Bar and Grill.
Red Hook Houses is being considered for a "microgrid," a self-sufficient source of power.
The city is hosting a job fair to help connect locals to employers working on resiliency projects.
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