Sandy Spending on Massapequa Park Village Agenda

Emergency management expenses jump in wake of Hurricane Sandy.

The Village of Massapequa Park will address its emergency management budget at Monday's Board of Trustees meeting.

The Village adjusted its budget for emergency management to $99,050 as a result of Hurricane Sandy, according the meeting agenda. The document also notes a $90,000 reimbursement from FEMA.

See the meeting agenda. PDF attached. 

The meeting begins at 8 p.m. 

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David Rosenthal November 20, 2012 at 11:55 PM
Massapequa Park did not do what it should have done BEFORE the storm. Many curbside trees fell on the electric and phone wires causing many outages. Why did the Mayor see this coming? Why did he not step in to rectify this situation? If he had to refer it to whomever, LIPA, Nassau County, Town of Oyster Bay- why are there NOW so many trees still standing threatening our power lines? NO word from his office. Who will he blame now after the fact? He was afraid of the political backdraft any action on this matter might affect his reelection. Do something, don't blame others!!!!! Trees planted next to power lines need to be overlooked by the village for the sake of pedestrians, and our fellow citizens.
Ben Arnold November 21, 2012 at 12:10 AM
According to this web site, our mayor was leaving messages on LIPA's answering machine! Where has this guy been? The only time you see him is for photo op's for little league and parades.


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