$134 million in emergency spending for storm damage

November 2012
Filipino Reporter;11/16/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 50, p24
The article reports that New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Comptroller John C. Liu and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced a 500 million U.S. dollars emergency plan to make important repairs to public schools and public hospitals damaged by Hurricane Sandy. According to the author, the plan calls for an appropriation of 200 million U.S. dollars for the Department of Education and 300 million U.S. dollars for the New York City Health and Hospital Corporation.


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