Sandy victims' hotel stays extended until May 1

Federal officials have extended hotel stays for Superstorm Sandy victims until May 1. The extension gives affected Long Islanders an additional 17 days of housing.

Federal officials have extended hotel stays for Superstorm

Federal officials have extended hotel stays for Superstorm Sandy victims until May 1. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

WOODBURY - Federal officials have extended hotel stays for Superstorm Sandy victims until May 1.

The extension gives affected Long Islanders an additional 17 days of housing.

Many Long Islanders are still repairing their homes following the October hurricane.

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