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HURRICANE SANDY

As a public service, NY1 provides special coverage of Hurricane Sandy's aftermath with no login required for video content.

Housing Authority Chair Tours Developments in Rockaways Hit Hard by Sandy

Housing Authority Chair Tours Developments in Rockaways Hit Hard by Sandy

On Tuesday, Shola Olatoye, the chair of the New York City Housing Authority, joined City Councilman Donovan Richards and others for a tour of six public housing developments in the Rockaways in an effort to familiarize the new chair with post-Hurricane Sandy needs like infrastructure repair, mold remediation and more. 04/15/2014 11:59 PM

Key Food Reopens in Rockaway Beach

Key Food Reopens in Rockaway Beach

A Key Food has reopened in Rockaway Beach, which residents say is another step forward in the Hurricane Sandy recovery. 04/06/2014 03:38 PM

Build it Back Head: Federal Funding to Flow to Sandy Victims

Build it Back Head: Federal Funding to Flow to Sandy Victims

During an appearance on This Week on Staten Island, Amy Peterson, the new head of the city's Build it Back Program, said the $1.4 billion in federal funding earmarked for Hurricane Sandy victims will start flowing to victims now that changes to the program have been made. 04/04/2014 01:17 AM

<em>NY1 Exclusive:</em> First Look at Proposed Storm Barriers

NY1 Exclusive: First Look at Proposed Storm Barriers

A giant U-shaped barrier around Lower Manhattan, transporting food by boat from Hunts Point in the Bronx and new neighborhood in Red Hook are some of the proposals to make the region more resilient to climate change after Hurricane Sandy. Updated 04/03/2014 07:21 PM

Lawmakers Hold Hearing on Sandy Rebuilding Program

Lawmakers Hold Hearing on Sandy Rebuilding Program

This past weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled his team to head up Hurricane Sandy recovery, and on Monday, a key initiative in the city's rebuilding plan was ripped apart by the City Council, though the mayor's new housing recovery chief is promising changes. Updated 03/31/2014 09:55 PM

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