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Action Plan Amendment #8 Now Open for Public Comment

Public Hearings and Locations

Comments may also be submitted in writing at the public hearing, or for TTY at 201-820-4004,
or via the website at Action Plans and Amendments, or by mail to:

The Governor's Office of Storm Recovery
64 Beaver Street
PO Box 230
New York, NY 10004

Copies of the Action Plan Amendment No. 8 are also are available without charge, to anyone requesting
copies at info@stormrecovery.ny.gov or by calling: 1-855-NYS-SANDY (1-855-697-7263).

By the Numbers

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  • 66 Communities in NY Rising Community Reconstruction Program
  • 790+ NY Rising Community Reconstruction Planning Meetings
  • 99% Participation rate in NY Home Buyout Program in Oakwood Beach, Staten Island

How to Reach Us

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