Donations: 'The Disaster After the Disaster'

Jan 24, 2013 Full story: Patch.com

Tragedies that break the heart often also come with a desire to help. Superstorm Sandy.

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Nashua, NH

#1 Jan 27, 2013
have you noticed or do you care that months have passed since the storms that hit NY NJ.
I have heard that millions of dollars in donations have been pouring into the area.

federal aid to the tune of 50 billions dollars have been sent to the area.

So why is there still trash, construction debris everywhere, very little if any progress on reconstruction of damaged homes buildings, power not restored to the area. many roads in the area not reopened??

this is not Haiti this is the USofA, strong state county city & local government with unions everywhere should have this build out going by now.

international brotherhood of debris picker uppers should have been out there weeks ago picking up the stuff they are sworn to pick up in the by laws,
local 16664726c of the local road rebuilding union should have been out there rebuilding the road.

come on man ya got the bread lets get to work.

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