Hurricane Sandy'

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Arverne »

The mayor promised last year that the program would be finished by the end of 2016. 

New Dorp Beach »

Officials allocated the money to rebuild the New Dorp Beach Friendship Club in 2014.

East Village »

Owner Jared Shepard said the bar never fully recovered from the extensive storm damage.

Rockaway Beach »

The flood maps, released in 2015, put too many homeowners in a high-risk area, the city argued. 

Rockaway Park »

Residents spoke out against the city's Hurricane Sandy recovery at a public hearing Wednesday. 

Financial District »

Luis Mendes helped clean up Ground Zero after 9/11 and is now at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

Red Hook »

The city is diverting $150 million in federal funds from flood prevention in Red Hook and the Rockaways.

Broad Channel »

More than half of the original registrants have dropped out of the program since 2013.

Red Hook »

Though details are scant, the Mayor's Office presented potential scenarios to Community Board 6.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Check-In volunteer initiative has $30,000 in funds from Councilman Menchaca.

Gerritsen Beach »

William Sheehan was told a year ago his Sandy-damaged home would take six months to fix.

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."