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Housing next hurdle in crisis

Officials yet to lay out a long-term plan for Sandy victims

Ariel Nadelberg pours hot soup into a cup Monday at a parking lot that has become a makeshift gathering place for those in need of food and clothing in a Rockaway neighborhood of Queens.
Ariel Nadelberg pours hot soup into a cup Monday at a parking lot that has become a makeshift gathering place for those in need of food and clothing in a Rockaway neighborhood of Queens.
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Government leaders are turning their attention to the next crisis unfolding in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy: finding housing for potentially tens of thousands of people left homeless. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said it has already dispensed close to $200 million in emergency housing assistance and has put 34,000 people in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area up in hotels and motels. But local, state and federal officials have yet to lay ...


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