Congressman pushes for disaster relief following Sag Harbor fire

Congressman Lee Zeldin wants Gov. Cuomo to act soon so businesses and residents can get federal help. The huge fire in Sag Harbor's downtown has now affected almost 50 businesses.

Congressman Lee Zeldin wants Gov. Cuomo to act soon so businesses and residents can get federal help. The huge fire in Sag Harbor's downtown has now affected almost 50 businesses. (1/13/17)

SAG HARBOR - A member of Congress is urging the governor to declare a disaster following Sag Harbor's devastating fire.

Congressman Lee Zeldin wants Gov. Andrew Cuomo to act soon so businesses and residents can get federal help.

The huge fire in Sag Harbor's downtown has now affected almost 50 businesses.

Zeldin hopes that the Small Business Administration will make Sag Harbor eligible for its low-interest loans. 

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