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Governor’s office of storm recovery (GOSR)

Press Releases

Datesort ascending Article
June 30, 2017
GOSR Holds Ribbon Cutting to Dedicate Nearly $330,000 in Resiliency Improvements at Saugerties Village Beach
June 5, 2017
Governor Cuomo Announces $151 Million for Multi-Use Elevated Promenade to Strengthen Staten Island Coastal Resiliency
May 18, 2017
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery And Partners Host Free Family Water Fair In Freeport On May 20th
April 17, 2017
NY Rising and Seatuck Environmental Work to Foster River Herring Spawning Efforts by Smith Pond Dam Project to Boost ‘Alewife’ Population
March 13, 2017
GOSR Announces 82 Storm-Damaged Properties to Be Sold at Public Auction- 384 Homes Sold to Date, Raising $58.3 Million for Storm Recovery Programs
February 2, 2017
Governor Cuomo Announces First Two Affordable Housing Projects in $30 Million Storm Recovery Program
January 25, 2017
Governor Cuomo Announces Completion of 37-Unit $12.3 Million "Binghamton Gateway"
December 21, 2016
Governor Cuomo Announces $1 Million In Planning Grants To Strengthen Community Climate Resiliency Throughout Upstate New York
December 20, 2016
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Dedicates New Water Department Administration and Operations Building In The Village of Johnson City
December 18, 2016
NYCCGC Releases ​the Gardens Rising Feasibility Study, Previews Implementation Phase
December 9, 2016
GOSR Announces Start of Fire House Upgrade, Expansion, in Town of Rotterdam
November 3, 2016
GOSR Announces Selections for NY Rising Community Center Program
October 29, 2016
Governor Cuomo Announces More Than $1.5 Billion in Recovery Funding Has Supported New York Property Owners and Businesses
October 27, 2016
Mayor De Blasio and Department of Small Business Servcies Announce Free Risk Assessments and $1.77 Million In Grants for Small Businesses Affected By Hurricane Sandy
October 25, 2016
Center For NYC Neighborhoods and Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery Announce Launch of $8 Million Resiliency Program in Seven Sandy-Affected New York City Communities

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