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R Train Returns to Normal Service.

This past week, the Montague Tunnel, which connects the R trains and overnight N trains from Lower Manhattan to Downtown Brooklyn finally reopened after a year of repair work due to extensive damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. 139 more words

General Posts

“If it weren’t for volunteer groups like yours, I wouldn’t be living in my house now.”

“If it weren’t for volunteer groups like yours, I wouldn’t be living in my house now.”

Re-posted by JDRC on September 19, 2014

Original Post: September 16, 2014 by TELEM at… 848 more words

Maryland At High Risk As Sea Levels Continue To Rise

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—A graphic warning for a vulnerable Maryland: the danger is sea level rise coupled with storm surges.

Alex DeMetrick reports a new tool gives homeowners an idea of their risk. 323 more words

News

STORY: BOOM and CRASH

Whoosh, whoosh!

The wind whistled outside as I hugged our new puppy, Annie. This was the first time she had ever experienced a hurricane because she was only around two months old. 717 more words

Writing

Climate Change Be Damned: Hurricane Fears Can’t Dampen the Ocean’s Allure

When Angela Sbano and her husband decided to sell their Queen Anne home in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, this past spring to move to a large beachfront home in Sea Gate, they encountered a range of reactions. 1,907 more words

Plan for Skyport’s renovation revealed

EDC expects more seaplane activity, area residents frustrated that garage will stay and lack of community involvement

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

Last Wednesday, the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) presented its plan for a $10 million renovation of the Skyport Garage and Marina to area residents at Community Board 6’s most recent Land Use and Waterfront meeting. 783 more words

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