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Midland Beach »

The city began work last week on several prefab homes around Midland Beach.

Rockaway Beach »

The homeowners will be able to resolve outstanding permits after work is done, officials said.

Red Hook »

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

Coney Island »

The mayor vowed to complete the program by the end of 2016, but many projects haven't even started.

Gerritsen Beach »

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

Rockaway Park »

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

New Dorp Beach »

Mayor Bill de Blasio set a deadline to complete the single-family home Build it Back program.

Far Rockaway »

The Comptroller's Office released an audit of the program and found it still had major flaws. 

Rockaway Park »

The comment period for the latest round of federal funding runs through Jan. 19.

Midland Beach »

Hurricane Sandy victims call tell the comptroller how Build It Back has worked for them.

Breezy Point »

Residents shared tales of red tape and miscommunication about the rebuilding program.

St. George »

The home of Patricia Dresch was the first acquired by the city through the Build it Back program.

Far Rockaway »

The deadline to register for Build it Back was extended to Oct. 31.

St. George »

The seminars will focus on getting residents to register before the Sept. 30 deadline.

New Dorp Beach »

Dozens of homes deemed unsafe by the city will be taken down.