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United Way's flood fund raised $206K in New York

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Though it waned in the months following last year’s disasters, generosity directed towards a statewide flood relief program provided more than $200,000 to victims. The United Way of New York State recently issued a final report on the Hurricane Irene Recovery Fund established Sept. 1, 2011, at the request of Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The agency developed an application process to distribute money for home repairs, housing assistance, food, debris removal, furnaces and other unmet needs ...


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