FEMA extends Sandy aid application deadline for small businesses, homeowners

FEMA has extended its deadline again for small businesses and homeowners impacted by Sandy to apply for aid. The deadline has now been extended until

FEMA has extended its deadline again for small businesses and homeowners impacted by Sandy to apply for aid.

FEMA has extended its deadline again for small businesses and homeowners impacted by Sandy to apply for aid. (2/4/13)

BROOKLYN - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has extended its deadline again for small businesses and homeowners impacted by Sandy to apply for aid.

The deadline has now been extended until Feb. 27. More than $195 million in FEMA aid has already been distributed in Brooklyn.

FEMA urges everyone to apply for help, even if they don't think they're eligible.

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