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BROOKLYN, NY – More than four years after Superstorm Sandy touched down in many areas of New York, decimating the city’s homes, businesses and shoreline, five members of Congress have asked the Army Corps of Engineers to give citizens an opportunity have a stronger voice in the recovery and resiliency effort. On the cusp of the deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers for comment on the Draft Integrated Hurricane Sandy General Re-evaluation Report, U.S. Reps. Hakeem Jeffries, Jerrold Nadler, Nydia Velazquez, Gregory Meeks and Yvette Clarke and have asked Colonel David A.
This marks Obama's ninth trip to Louisiana. The White House said Air Force One landed after a flight that offered "spectacular views over Lake Pontchartrain, the Mississippi River and a blissfully green New Orleans."
Obama greeted Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sen. Bill Cassidy and Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who awaited Obama's arrival, accompanied by baseball star Cedric Richmond and Hakeem Jeffries.
Please join Rep. Jeffries for a Town Hall meeting and Community Speak-out on July 21, 2014. This is your opportunity to learn what steps have been taken in Sandy recovery and resiliency efforts and get updates on repairs to the sewer infrastructure in the neighborhood.
Rep. Jeffries will be joined by Council Member Alan Maisel, Assemblymember Nick Perry and representatives from the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Transportation, NYC House Recovery Office and the Army Corps of Engineers.
Join us to learn more information about filing flood damage and loss claims and how to seek reimbursement. The office of Rep. Jeffries will be joined by representatives from the NYC Comptroller's Office and the NYS Dept. of Financial Services to answer questions on how to file the water damage/ loss claim reimbursement forms, provide information on timelines, procedures and flood insurance rights.
For more information and to R.S.V.P, please call (718) 373 - 0033.