Governor Cuomo Seeks Federal Approval of NY State Plans for Housing and Business Storm Recovery Programs

    Governor Cuomo Seeks Federal Approval of NY State Plans for Housing and Business Storm Recovery Programs

    Albany, NY – March 12, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today submitted New York State’s proposal for housing and business recovery programs to help New Yorkers devastated by Superstorm Sandy, as well as Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. These programs will provide billions of dollars in direct aid to individuals, homeowners, and small businesses using funding from the $60 billion Sandy Aid approved by Congress and signed in to law by President Obama in January. The State designed the diverse array of programs to specifically target federal aid to New Yorkers most in need and ensure the affected communities, and the entire region, builds back smarter and stronger than before

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