FEMA announced that Sheepshead Bay residents still without heat and hot water after Hurricane Sandy hit in late October will soon have their own nearby disaster recovery center provided by the federal relief group. According to the Brooklyn Daily, FEMA is scouting possible locations; likely the center will end up near public transportation. The center will provide info on government aid programs and allow people to register for assistance. Many residents in the area are still without heat, hot water or vehicles. Bay Improvement Group executive director Laura McKenna told the Daily, “We really feel like its overdue, but we’re happy to have it.”
Feds: Sheepshead Bay Will Get Disaster Recovery Center [BK Daily]
Photo by akhouses
Who’ll Be the First to Buy This J.Crew Williamsburg Tote? [B+B] Construction Watch: Two City Point Residential Towers Will Top out…
The city has just started taking applications for two affordable housing developments at 25 Woodbine Street and 1238 Decatur Street…
Brooklyn, one building at a time. Name: Row Houses Address: 201-249 Lexington Avenue Cross Streets: Bedford and Nostrand Avenues Neighborhood:…
Oaxaca Taqueria is prepping to open soon at 417 Prospect Place in Crown Heights close to the Prospect Heights border….
Gowanus 163A 14th Street Broker: Ideal Properties Price: $1,550,000 Sunday 3:00 – 5:00 GMAP Bed Stuy 675 Lafayette Avenue Broker:…