Some Blame De Blasio For Failures Of Build It Back Sandy Relief ProgramNearly five years after Superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of New York City, the Build it Back program is over budget and plagued with delays.
Almost 5 Years Later, Some Sandy Victims Are Still Waiting For HelpBrooklyn and Queens homeowners are still waiting for the help they were promised after Superstorm Sandy.
Four Years After Superstorm Sandy, Staten Island Woman Moves Into New Home In Old NeighborhoodA Staten Island woman has waited four long years to say "there's no place like home," after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed her house.
'Build It Back' Contractors Accidentally Flood Superstorm Sandy Victim's Home AgainThousands of families are still struggling to rebuild their homes in the wake of Superstorm Sandy's devastation. Many have been caught in the delays and red tape of the city's struggling "Build It Back" program.
3 Years After Sandy, Many Staten Island Residents Still Struggling To Return To NormalcyHundreds of homeowners who didn't have insurance or didn't qualify for federal grants were left to navigate a maze of rules and regulations in order to take part in the city's Build It Back program.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer: Superstorm Sandy Aid Program A DisgraceStringer's office examined the city's Build it Back and found there were double billings and a lack of accountability.
Comeback Under Way At Breezy Point 2 Years After Sandy FireDuring Superstorm Sandy on the night of Oct. 29, 2012, more than 130 homes were wiped out by a horrific fire in Breezy Point, Queens.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Achievements, Goals For Overhauled Build It Back ProgramMayor de Blasio said to date, the Sandy recovery program has seen a total 727 construction starts and 878 reimbursement checks sent out.
De Blasio Announces Reforms To City's Sandy Rebuilding ProgramThe mayor unveiled a sweeping report on Thursday that examines the city's recovery progress.
Storm Victims Testify At City Council Superstorm Sandy Recovery HearingThe city acknowledged it has spent only a fraction of the money available for Sandy-related home repairs and rebuilding, but it's something Mayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to fix.