Dec 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Capital-Journal
Facing Superstorm Sandy's daunting toll of wreckage and displacement in the nation's largest city, officials have put much of their hopes and hundreds of millions of dollars into jump-starting repairs to make homes livable.
people who were properly insured will re-build hopefully with better codes in place.
i hope those without proper insurance won't be waiting around too long for help, because its not going to come.
people who didn't have flood insurance are pretty much scr*wed...and they know it.
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