Some see it as too little, too late, but others are grateful
How the post-Sandy New York Aquarium’s reconstruction is affecting its visitors.
Boat captains and bait shops in Sheepshead Bay, hit hard by Sandy, have been seeing less business than usual.
Historic Jane’s Carousel was nearly inundated by Superstorm Sandy three months ago, and the recovery has been grueling.
Restored from the damage caused by the superstorm last year, Jane’s Carousel in Dumbo is quickly getting its business back to normal.
Red Hook Winery, located on the Brooklyn waterfront, had losses totaling a million and a half dollars after Hurricane Sandy. The winery is now rebuilding and thanks countless volunteers and community support (even Mayor Bloomberg stopped by to make a purchase).
Over three months after Hurricane Sandy hit New York city, hundreds still struggle without heat and electricity. This lack of basic amenities inevitably leads to a shortage of food.
“Occupy Sandy” volunteers have created an elaborate food distribution network that provides more than 1,000 meals on a daily basis to relief centers in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The food is cooked and packaged by volunteers in the “Occupy Sandy” kitchen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, and is transported to the affected areas by volunteer drivers.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz did not appreciate comments about Brooklyn made by NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre. LaPierre said “looters ran wild in South Brooklyn” after Hurricane Sandy, as an argument for more gun ownership.
Emergency repairs have begun on a shoreline Brooklyn bike path that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. The expected completion date is Memorial Day weekend.