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Governor’s office of storm recovery (GOSR)

Press Releases

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November 17, 2015
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Announces $24 Million For 155 Long Island Properties Purchased By NY Rising Acquisition Program And Sold At State's Second Auction
November 5, 2015
Governor Cuomo Announces Administration Appointments
October 30, 2015
New York City Department of Small Business Services & New York State Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery Announce New Program
October 29, 2015
Governor Cuomo Recognizes Superstorm Sandy Anniversary and Releases Report Detailing State Efforts
October 9, 2015
NEW YORK STATE SEEKS $150 MILLION IN ADDITIONAL FEDERAL FUNDING FOR BAY PARK OCEAN OUTFALL PIPE
September 30, 2015
Governor Cuomo Announces $20 Million Available to Build Affordable Housing in Areas Damaged By Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee
September 23, 2015
Governor Cuomo Announces $35 Million Transformation of Roberto Clemente State Park and Waterfront Has Begun
September 21, 2015
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Announces 155 Long Island Properties to Be Sold at November 17, 2015 Auction
September 18, 2015
Governor Cuomo Announces $3.6 Million in Grants Available For Superstorm Sandy Disaster Relief Program
September 16, 2015
Statement from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Duplication of Benefits Decision By U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
September 13, 2015
Governor Cuomo Announces $388 Million in Funding for Critical Coastal Resiliency and Sewer Expansion Project in Suffolk County
September 4, 2015
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Announces $1.8 Million from Hazard Mitigation Grant Program to Increase Resiliency of Island Park
September 2, 2015
Governor Cuomo Urges New Yorkers to Create Emergency Plans as Part Of National Preparedness Month
August 28, 2015
Mayor de Blasio, Lower Manhattan Leaders Announce New $100 Million City Commitment to Coastal Resiliency
August 20, 2015
Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Announces Selection of New York City-Based Non-Profit, The Center for NYC Neighborhoods, to Spearhead $7.5 Million Residential Technical Assistance Pilot Program

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