Officials urge Sandy victims to use new state program

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano encouraged homeowners whose homes were destroyed or damaged by Sandy to apply for additional funds through a new state

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano encouraged homeowners to use the Governor's Disaster Homeownership Repair and Rebuilding Fund.

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano encouraged homeowners to use the Governor's Disaster Homeownership Repair and Rebuilding Fund. (1/18/13)

WOODBURY - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano encouraged homeowners whose homes were destroyed or damaged by Sandy to apply for additional funds through a new state program.

"Homeowners who have previously qualified for a FEMA assistance grant may now obtain additional funds up to $10,000 through the Governor's Disaster Homeownership Repair and Rebuilding Fund," said Mangano in a press release today.

The new assistance is a grant program which does not need to be repaid.

To learn more about the Governor's Disaster Homeownership Repair and Rebuilding Fund as well as other state initiatives to assist storm victims, call 1-855-NYS SANDY.

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Disaster Homeownership Repair and Rebuilding Fund : (855) NYS-SANDY

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