Sandy-ravaged seniors say they're being neglected

Tenants of the Long Beach Senior Complex say

Tenants of the Long Beach Senior Complex say their building is in bad shape. (January 17, 2013 5:59 PM)

Long Beach seniors say they're still being put at risk months after Superstorm Sandy devastated their community. Tenants of the Sandy-ravaged Long Beach Senior Complex say the building only has one working elevator and the electronic security unit is broken. Some claim homeless people are roaming the halls. Residents attended the Long Island Regional Planning Council meeting today in hopes that...

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