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.
"BRINK" at the Conception Gallery features works that explore being on the edge of catastrophe.
The third phase of the project will likely not meet its Memorial Day 2016 finish date, an official said.
The project aims to restore the wetlands and nature areas to pre-Sandy conditions.
The money will let the hospital elevate building power and mechanical systems.
The R train's East River tube got $250 million in upgrades after it was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Three schools in the city still have "fire watchers" in place of the alarms since the 2012 storm.
The shacks were under 24-hour guard while they sat on Beach 104th Street.
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