Residents Sound Off At Public Hearing On Possible L Train Shutdown PlansThe agency is presenting the options in the first of two public hearings on Thursday night in Brooklyn. Another meeting will be held in Manhattan.
Staten Island Residents Say Superstorm Sandy Aid Tent Has Overstayed Its WelcomePeople are divided on a Superstorm Sandy aid tent that has been stationed outdoors for over three years.
Stories From Main Street: Protecting Hoboken From Another SuperstormCity officials are exploring the possibility of erecting sea walls to protect Hoboken from another superstorm.
Contractor Accused Of Ripping Off Sandy Victim Before Disappearing To FloridaThe recovery from Superstorm Sandy has, for too many, never really happened.
After Painstaking Sandy Repairs, Brick, N.J. Seniors Told To Raise HomesSome New Jersey seniors finally thought their troubles were over after Superstorm Sandy, but it seems like those troubles might just be beginning.
Hoboken Residents Split Over Flood Wall That Could Protect City From Storm SurgesDriving along Sinatra Drive it's easy to see why Hoboken residents love their view across the Hudson River to Manhattan, but you can also see how easily it floods.
5 Charged In Probe Into Fraudulent Applications For Sandy Relief FundsIn most cases, Hoffman said those who are facing charges applied for funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
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L Train Service May Be Shut Down For More Than 1 Year For Sandy RepairsThe MTA is considering completely shutting down the line between Manhattan and Brooklyn for more than a year to repair salt water damage in the Canarsie tube from Superstorm Sandy.
Highlands Wants New, Half-Million-Dollar Superstorm Sandy Monument RemovedThe problem is no one bothered to get a permit from the state's Department of Environmental Protection.
Queens-Bound Lane Of Midtown Tunnel To Close Overnight For RepairsThe closures will be in effect for 12 weeks.
Queens Synagogue Still Shuttered, Struggling 3 Years After Superstorm SandyThe rabbi of the nearly century-old Shaare Zedek congregation is asking for the public's help to raise money to repair the historic synagogue's food bank and soup kitchen.

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