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Storm Recovery Help Station at Long Beach Boardwalk - Friday, July 22, 2016

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Nassau County and the City of Long Beach will be staffing a Storm Recovery Help Station on the boardwalk on Friday, July 22, 2016.

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All homeowners affected by Sandy are welcome, no matter where they live in Nassau.

Photo by: Long Beach Boardwalk By Ashley Ferrante, via LongIsland.com

Long Beach, NY - July 20, 2016 - Nassau County and the City of Long Beach will be staffing a Storm Recovery Help Station on the boardwalk, right in front of where the food trucks are on Riverside Blvd.

This is your opportunity to ask questions and get referrals to agencies and experts with answers.  All homeowners affected by Sandy are welcome, no matter where they live in Nassau.

Michael Raab, Sandy Storm Recovery Liaison, will be joined by staff from the City of Long Beach and Disaster Case Managers.  An architect is also there to answer your questions.

If there are any questions or issues, or you cannot attend, please email and provide your name, address, phone, NYRising #, and explanation of your challenges.