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2/28/2013 11:53:08 AM EST – This is County Executive Steve Bellone with an important Sandy Recovery Update. This Saturday, March 2nd, Suffolk County and New York State will be holding a meeting at the Lindenhurst Public Library where residents can learn about newly created recovery programs and fill out applications on the spot, with the assistance of members of the Sandy Help Team.
Again, the Sandy workshop will be this Saturday, March 2nd from 10am-2pm at the Lindenhurst Library, located at 1 Lee Avenue. If you have any questions please contact my office at 853-2970 . I hope you can take the opportunity to learn about programs which are available to help our community rebuild stronger together. Thank you.

 

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The New York State Department of Financial Services Mobile Command Unit will be stationed in the parking lot at the corner of Bennett Place and Merrick Rd. in Amityville on Tuesday, February 5, 2013, from 9AM to 5PM.

The Mobile Command Center (MCC) visits communities that have been disproportionately impacted by Storm Sandy.

Department representatives will help citizens contact their insurers if they have been unable to do so and answer questions about homeowners’, renters’ and business owners’ insurance coverage.

Citizens unable to go to the Mobile Command Center are encouraged to call the Department’s storm hotline (800) 339-1759 which is staffed from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., daily including weekends. Insurance information is also available on the Department’s website, http://www.dfs.ny.gov.

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Today we are living in the aftermath of a Hurricane. The effects of Hurricane Sandy have been devastating to all South Shore residents. We were part of a mandatory evacuation. Police told people if they stayed they should put their social security number on their arm with a sharpie.

Our friendly bay village is in a state of shock. The tides have yet to recede from the streets. I have reports back that water was pouring from windows. I personally have friends that have a sailboat through their windows. Another source stated that one of my neighbors drown in their own home.

My own damage will be dealt with. My boys are safe. Our world is upside down. We will need help from family and friends. Thank you for your offers will will take you up on them I promise.

Continue to be safe a pray. The devastation is severe!

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At the Board of Trustees meeting on January 23rd, 2012 a resolution was passed authorizing undertaking a Restoration Project of Amityville Village Beach. Damage caused by Hurricane Irene resulted in the need to repair/replace the west pier and asphalt sidewalk, east pier, boat ramp, parking lot, pavilion/concession roof, fencing, floating dock, and shower enclosure at an estimated cost of $600,000, inclusive of professinal services. Funding for the project will come from a $500,000 grant secured by Senator Owen Johnson, insurance recoveries and FEMA reimbursement. The estimated completion of the project is four to five months.

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