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"Where this leaves us is literally no path forward at the federal level."
"He created suspicion," Petqua's manager said of the suspected thief. "He'd tried to sell me some baby dragons about a year ago. I said no."
Department of Transportation officials admitted to including "junk" vehicles in their claim for FEMA aid after Hurricane Sandy.
The city and state have secured federal funding to begin work on a $615 million sea wall in Staten Island.
"The congressional members in Texas are hypocrites, and I said back in 2012, they'd be proven to be hypocrites. It was just a matter of time."
The Cranberry Street Tunnel, used by A and C trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan, will be closed for 40 non-consecutive weekends for much-needed repairs.
Superstorm Sandy's villainous hold on our infrastructure knows no end.
The Exchange Place and World Trade Center stations will finally open tomorrow after needed signal upgrades forced them to shudder on weekends for nearly a year.
Two years ago today, Hurricane Sandy clobbered the tri-state area, leaving in its wake a massive amount of destruction that has cost billions of dollars in repairs.
Among the Sandy-ravaged detritus still floating around Staten Island are someone's aging wedding photos, discovered moored on one couple's driveway following the nasty 2012 storm.
"They reduce water velocity, they reduce erosion of the shoreline and they reduce the height and intensity of the waves."
Yesterday Mayor de Blasio announced that he would immediately reallocate $100 million in federal aid to save and revamp the Build It Back program.
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