For You: "Rapid Repairs" For Boiler Damaged By Sandy Take Nearly A Month

Jan 4, 2013 Full story: NY1

The city's Rapid Repairs program seems ideal for homeowners struggling to get back on their feet after Hurricane Sandy, but one Queens homeowner stumbled into major red tape after signing up with the program.

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bite me

Mclean, VA

#1 Jan 4, 2013
all the materials and labor for no charge, and still the she-boon complains.

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