Post-Sandy Cleanup Continues

Local (as well as state and federal) government agencies, utility companies, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and residents continue to face the challenge of cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy and restoring a sense of normalcy to New England and beyond.

Media reports:

CT: "Reality coming back in waves" for Fairfield beach residents (Connecticut Post)

CT: Those still in dark nearing end of tunnel (Stamford Advocate)

CT: 200 Old Lyme homeowners told houses uninhabitable (The Day)

CT: At Federal Aid Centers, Steady Flow Of Sandy Victims Hope To Begin Rebuilding (Hartford Courant)

ME: Sandy relief: Free week in Ogunquit (Portland Press Herald)

RI: Volunteers aid in Misquamicut cleanup (Westerly Sun)

RI: FEMA tours South Shore Beach, other hard-hit places (Sakonnet Times)

RI: Efforts stack up for NY Sandy victims (WPRI-TV)

VT: Vermonters respond to Sandy ’Our way to pay it forward’ (Brattleboro Reformer)

National: With $200 Million in U.S. Housing Aid, Officials Begin Relocating the Displaced (New York Times)

National: Post-Sandy survival guide: Elections, water emergency, power updates and more (Star-Ledger)


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