Local Business Owners in NYC Getting Back to It After Hurricane Sandy
Summer is upon NY and local business owners in coastal areas have been trying to bounce back from the impact of Hurricane Sandy’s wrath.
As Hurricane Sandy’s path of destruction impacted almost the entire eastern seaboard, thousands upon thousands of business owners that operate on the beach, and residents, a great number of these people have lost everything while only so many have been successful in being able to bounce back from the storm.
In a recent news story on the front cover of the USAToday newspaper, it was reported that some local business owners have been able to bounce back from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy along coastal regions. Considering how so many other business owners have not been able to do the same, many are seeking alternatives for relief and assistance to get back up and running or just simply closing up shop for good. As summer months are upon us, along with thousands of vacationers headed to these coastal areas recently affected by Hurricane Sandy, many should brace themselves for what they may see compared to previous years visits to the same destinations.
Fortunately, there is still hope for many seeking assistance, even with insurance claims, FEMA claims, and other disaster assistance programs turning people down to this very day; there are still many programs and options available for business owners looking to get their businesses set back up in time for the busy tourist season.
As the damage from Super storm Sandy has caused utter chaos and calamity, there have been many volunteers, businesses, organizations, non profits, and official assistance programs chipping in to help with the clean-up, repair, and revitalizing efforts. For the New York city area in particular, there have been programs for Hurricane Sandy assistance from the following – state and federal assistance, the NYC Mayors Fund and contributing organizations donated over 15 million to residential repair in harder hit areas, the Robin Hood Foundation, the Red Cross, numerous other organizations and volunteers, and even a Hurricane Sandy Mold Relief Fund for low income home owners by a NYC mold removal company – Five Boro Mold Specialist
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