LI Sandy victims accuse FEMA of inaction

Sandy victims on Long Island are accusing FEMA of inaction.Earlier this week, FEMA announced it was going to help residents repair homes so storm victims

WOODBURY - Sandy victims on Long Island are accusing FEMA of inaction.

Earlier this week, FEMA announced it was going to help residents repair homes so storm victims could move back in.

Now, residents allege that the FEMA hotline can't give residents the information they need about the program, including when it starts.

FEMA told News 12 Long Island they are working as quickly as they can to get the program rolling.LI homeowners still in the dark over FEMA rebuilding programHomeowners call FEMA about new program, are told it doesn't exist

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