FEMA inspectors going door-to-door to assess damage

Officials say FEMA inspectors have started going door-to-door to assess damage left by Sandy. Inspectors made their may to Oceanside residents yesterday.

FEMA inspectors going doo-to-door to assess damage

FEMA inspectors going doo-to-door to assess damage

OCEANSIDE - Officials say FEMA inspectors have started going door-to-door to assess damage left by Sandy.

Inspectors made their may to Oceanside residents yesterday.

FEMA is making sure homes are stable enough to live in while long term repairs are done.

FEMA is paying a reported $208 million to Long Island.
 

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