Hurricane Sandy'

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Coney Island »

Councilman Mark Treyger said it appears the city only cares about meeting a deadline, not homeowners.

Rockaway Park »

"Lisa King Johnson Promenade" was first dedicated in 2004 and destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

Rockaway Beach »

Photographer Susannah Ray's photos will be up at the Rockaway Beach Surf Club through Aug. 9.

Rockaway Park »

City Councilman Eric Ulrich said the city-run Hurricane Sandy rebuilding program is a "boondoggle."

Breezy Point »

The companies tried to claim they were exempt from lawsuits alleging negligence during the 2012 storm. 

Ocean Breeze »

Brad Gair criticized the program which was meant to aid recovery after Hurricane Sandy.

New Dorp Beach »

The National Park Service released plans for the renovation of Hangar 38 in Miller Field.

Rockaway Park »

More than 50 stores and businesses in Rockaway Park are slated to get the hurricane-resistant lighting.

Edgemere »

The FEMA-funded project is the first of 33 to use $3 billion in federal funds, officials said. 

Gerritsen Beach »

The Gerritsen Beach home had been elevated as part of the city's Build It Back program. 

Rockaway Park »

Beach 108th to Beach 115th streets will open on June 18, officials said. 

Rockaway Park »

Councilman Mark Treyger said his district isn't getting a fair share of city attention and dollars.

Canarsie »

Even if the MTA closes both Canarsie tubes for repairs, the L train would still operate in Brooklyn.

Bushwick »

Seventy-six percent of the nearly 1,000 readers who took our survey favored a full shutdown.

Bloomfield »

The state bought the homes for $18.1 million as part of their Acquisition for Re-Development Program.