Nine Years after Sandy, Cuomo’s Flagship Community-Led Climate Adaptation Program has Disappeared into a ‘Black Hole’
With $750 million from the federal government, Albany asked New Yorkers in 2013 to decide how to protect their communities from future storms. Planning participants say their projects have stalled.
This story was published in partnership with THE CITY.
Ben Fractenberg contributed reporting.
Correction: an earlier version of this article misstated details in a description of a facility owned by the Rockaway Initiative for Sustainability and Equity.
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