Mangano Announces Food, Drink Distributions in Wantagh-Seaford
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced Friday efforts by the county, agencies and non-profits toward distributing food and drinks to thousands of residents impacted by the damage related to Hurricane Sandy, including in Wantagh and Seaford.
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#1 Nov 3, 2012
I live on South Street and my historical boat house was swept away in Sandy! The flooding on Sourh Street is always bad in every storm and it isn't uncommon to walk through waist high waters just to get to my house, but Sandy made this block unlivable now, especially since my house is in the canal now!
#2 Nov 3, 2012
Hang in there--If obama wins the election he's gonna send some of his friends from Louisiana and Chicago to bail you out. This has been sponsored by the Folks @ K-Mart !
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