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NY Rising Rental Properties and Co-Op/ Condominium Recovery Programs Application is Now Available

By the Numbers

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  • 50 Communities in NY Rising Community Reconstruction Program
  • $282 Million in NY Rising payments to Long Islanders for home rebuilding
  • 99% Participation rate in NY Home Buyout Program in Oakwood Beach, Staten Island

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Featured News

GOSR Announces $8.2 Million in Improvements to Beach 108th Street Corridor

On Wednesday, November 12, the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) announced an $8.2 million Beach 108th Street project, improving the unique experience of this bay-to-beach community connection. Coupled with the potential for redevelopment of the adjacent National Grid site, Beach 108th Street may have redevelopment potential as a new hub of community and visitor activity. Improving the...More >

GOSR Announces $1 Million Project to Promote Resiliency in East River Park

On Wednesday, November 12, the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) today announced a $1 million proposal to create a one-acre wetland in East River Park. The project, which was developed by the Lower Manhattan NY Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR) Planning Committee, will be the first of many community resiliency initiatives to be implemented in Lower Manhattan. Superstorm Sandy’s impact on...More >

GOSR Announces $950,000 Investment in Johnson City Stormwater Management System

On Wednesday, November 12, the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) announced a $950,000 project that aims to repair damaged infrastructure and improve stormwater management for the Village of Johnson City. The project, which was developed by the Broome NY Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR) Planning Committee, seeks to address erosion caused by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. The effort will replace a damaged concrete-encased sewer main, which if compromised, could release untreated effluent into the creek– and ultimately– into the Finch Hollow Stormwater Retention Facility 1. The initiative will also rehabilitate approximately 3,500 feet of drainage...More >

 

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