Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant Gets Long-Awaited Fix After Flooding Homes, Polluting Water Since Failing During Superstorm SandyAfter years of putrid odors and some of the worst nitrogen pollution in the country, the Bay Park Wastewater Treatment Plant, which serves half-a-million residents in Nassau County, has a long-awaited fix.
$119 Billion Sea Wall Being Considered To Protect New York, New Jersey From Storm SurgesThe 6-mile-long barrier with retractable gates would stretch from the Rockaways in Queens across New York Harbor to New Jersey to protect the area.
MTA Admits It Learned Many Lessons From Superstorm Sandy DestructionTuesday marked the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy battering the Tri-State Area. Transit officials say the rebuilding efforts are far from over.
'We Need To Be Smarter': N.J. Gov. Murphy Announces Climate Resiliency PlanThe initiative focuses on long-term mitigation, adaptation and resilience of New Jersey's economy, communities, infrastructure and natural resources.
7 Years After Superstorm Sandy, Sen. Bob Menendez Aims To Revamp Flood Insurance System With New BillMenendez says his National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization and Reform Act makes affordability a priority and sets deadlines for FEMA to respond to homeowners.
Superstorm Sandy Victims At Risk In FEMA Personal Data BreachFEMA is warning that personal data shared with a contractor that supports its transitional shelter assistance program may have been stolen.
Brook Road Park Wetland Restoration Bringing Needed Relief To Flood-Prone Long Island AreasThe ribbon cutting is on Thursday, but on Wednesday CBS2 got a sneak peak of the Brook Road Park wetland restoration.
Lawmaker Asks NYS To Investigate Hempstead Buildings Department's Handling Of Post-Sandy Rebuilding ProcessSeven years after Superstorm Sandy, one of the hardest hit towns is asking New York state to review alleged mismanagement in the rebuilding process for thousands of homes.
Long Beach, National Grid Unveil Pilot Program Designed To Prevent Shutdown Of Gas City-Wide In Event Of FloodingA unique new program will keep the gas on when the next big storm knocks out service. It's going to help the gas company pinpoint flood waters.
City's First Line Of Defense Against A Hurricane? Mayor's Office To Roll Out Sandbags In Lower ManhattanThe sandbags will be installed from the Brooklyn Bridge to Wall Street. It's about a mile and there will be 18 gaps, so pedestrians can get to the Esplanade.
Long Beach Officials At Odds With Army Corps Of Engineers Over Completed Shoreline Protection ProjectAfter big waves flooded most of Long Beach during Superstorm Sandy, federal engineers say they have rebuilt and safeguarded the barrier island. But state and city officials say it's not time to celebrate.
Jersey Shore Businesses, Residents Can See Light At End Of Long Tunnel As Beaches Nearly ReplenishedMore than six years after Superstorm Sandy, the replenishment project on the Jersey Shore is almost complete.
$55 Million In New Funds To Help NJ Recover From Superstorm SandyFamilies and homeowners hit by Superstorm Sandy should see more relief help on the way thanks to an additional $55 million in federal funds to rebuild damaged properties.
Superstorm Shocker: Residents Being Told To Pay For Costly Home Elevations 6 Years After SandyOceanside has moved on since Hurricane Sandy. Homes were rebuilt, some have been resold, but now a difficult case of déjà vu is arriving in residents’ mailboxes.
Jersey Shore Businesses Fear Another Season Could Be Lost Due To Continuous Post-Sandy Beach ReplenishmentJust off President Avenue in Lavallette you can see one of the Army Corps of Engineers barges pumping sand from out in the ocean onto the beach through huge pipes.