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John Bajrushi spent five days living in a storage room at the Chelsea building after Hurricane Sandy.

NoHo »

More than $1 billion in new aid will help property owners still trying to rebuild, officals say.

Civic Center »

New findings by a city-commissioned report says thousands of homeowners could see rates skyrocket.

Red Hook »

NYCHA hosted a preparedness event to encourage Red Hook residents to be ready for emergencies.

Far Rockaway »

The DOE said they are working with FEMA, but so far only have plans to replace nine.

Broad Channel »

The increase is part of the Biggert-Waters Act, a bill passed in July 2012.

Livingston »

The city unveiled new print and television ads to encourage families to develop an emergency plan.

New Dorp Beach »

Residents said FEMA shared their personal information with a local non-profit.

Midland Beach »

FEMA has extended a program that houses Sandy victims in hotels another 30 days.

New Dorp Beach »

FEMA released its updated flood maps for Staten Island, with fewer houses in the riskiest flood zone.

New York City »

FEMA extended the hotel checkout date for displaced residents to May 1.

New York City »

A new federal program will provide rent vouchers for displaced families.

Red Hook »

Local resident Jim McMahon created a map and timeline of the storm in Red Hook.

Chelsea »

The school will train students in careers in disaster relief and response.

Carroll Gardens »

The City Planning Commission approved the controversial Lightstone project this week.