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Six Months After Sandy: How Staten Island residents are coping

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In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, residents of the Tri-State area grappled with the loss of loved ones and an estimated $100 billion in damages to the region.

This week, PIX11 News continues its live coverage of the areas hit hardest by Sandy with “PIX11 CARES” segments. Beginning Monday, April 29 and running through Friday, May 3, PIX11 Morning News will return to the neighborhoods that the station visited immediately after Sandy to see how the communities have recovered and what help is still needed.


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Sandy recovery bringing out the best in residents

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Makeovers lift spirits of moms devastated by Sandy



  • Allie

    Sorry Sukana, but your story is Wrong. 6 months after Sandy, one would think you'd get the story right. Those vacant lots on Cedar Grove Ave are vacant because the houses collapsed from the storm and were cleared of debris for safety reasons, NOT because the owners chose the buyout. ND Beach is Not part of the State buyout program. The 1 and only neighborhood that is so far 'enhanced' and therefore eligible for the NYS buyout is Oakwood Beach, a/k/a Foxbeach.

  • Jules

    Allie is right! Oakwood's buyout eligibility is all over the internet – any layperson could find that information. The fact that Cedar Grove Avenue in New Dorp Beach was mistaken for Oakwood Beach is just lazy, irresponsible reporting. Many people in NDB want the buyout, but are being given the runaround by the city, state, and Fema. I can't help but feel like this adds insult to injury.

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