FEMA application deadline for Sandy victims extended

Long Island residents devastated by Sandy now have more time to apply for assistance from FEMA.

Long Island residents devastated by Sandy now have more time to apply for assistance from FEMA. (3/27/13)

WOODBURY - Long Island residents devastated by Sandy now have more time to apply for assistance from FEMA.

Friday’s deadline has been extended to April 13.

Those affected can ask for assistance for rentals, home repairs, personal property losses and other needs not covered by insurance.

There is also a 14-day extension for people and small businesses to apply for lower-interest loans.

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