Mayor: NYCHA to receive $100M in aid to repair Superstorm Sandy-damaged boilers

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced major new developments for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts. He says the federal government will put more than $100 million toward

Heat at the Red Hook Houses is currently

Heat at the Red Hook Houses is currently produced by temporary generators. (March 23, 2014 7:08 PM)

Mayor Bill de Blasio says the federal government will pay to replace damaged boilers in dozens of public housing buildings in the city.

The government will put more than $100 million toward fixing the destroyed boilers at NYC Housing Authority buildings.

Sixty boilers were damaged during the storm. Since then, the affected buildings have had temporary boiler systems installed. Those...

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