Payment policy to change for Sandy-damage home repairs

New York Rising is now altering its compensation schedule. The move will allow an interim payment of 25 percent before the completion of a repair

New York Rising is now altering its compensation schedule. The move will allow an interim payment of 25 percent before the completion of a repair project.

New York Rising is now altering its compensation schedule. The move will allow an interim payment of 25 percent before the completion of a repair project. (3/20/15)

WOODBURY - Officials have announced a major change in payment policies for repairs to Sandy-damaged homes.

New York Rising is now altering its compensation schedule. The move will allow an interim payment of 25 percent before the completion of a repair project.

According to officials, up to 1,800 people, 95 percent of them on Long Island, are eligible for interim payments under the new system.

 

 

 

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