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The House passed Rep. Dan Donovan's bill to reform FEMA, the first he introduced when he took office.

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NYCHA officials and architecture firm KPF presented conceptual renderings of the plan Monday night.

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The nature center shut down in 2012 and has remained unused since, officials said.  

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The new $4.3 million D'Amato field will be built in Fairview Park, officials said.

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HUD announced it would not require the repayment of "duplicate" benefits for most Sandy victims.

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The bill aims to make it easier for residents after storms to deal with FEMA, Donovan said.

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The museum will get $14 million in total from the federal government to repair damage.

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The building, which underwent a $3.6 million overhaul after the storm destroyed it, reopens Aug. 18.

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The new flood insurance reform, which started on April 1, raises rates up to 18% per year.

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The largest ever single FEMA grant will repair and fortify 33 NYCHA developments.

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FEMA has awarded a $480 million grant to rebuild the Rockaway boardwalk. 

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Senators Schumer and Gillibrand announced the federal funds for the hospital.

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Roughly 150 people bound for Puerto Rico weren't allowed to board until the mayor showed up.

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The proposed FEMA maps would affect more than twice as much property as current ones.

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The money will let the hospital elevate building power and mechanical systems.