MAYOR BLOOMBERG AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION COMMISSIONER STRICKLAND SUSPEND WATER BILLS FOR PROPERTIES SEVERELY DAMAGED BY HURRICANE SANDY

MAYOR BLOOMBERG AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION COMMISSIONER STRICKLAND SUSPEND WATER BILLS FOR PROPERTIES SEVERELY DAMAGED BY HURRICANE SANDY

New York, NY – November 30, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Carter H. Strickland Jr., today announced that the City will temporarily suspend water bills for customers whose properties were severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Residential and commercial properties that the Department of Buildings has tagged red, meaning they are damaged beyond repair or in need of extensive structural repairs, as well as those that have been tagged yellow, meaning that they have less extensive but still significant damage, will not have to make a monthly water bill payment until June 1, 2013.

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