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Building Human Infrastructure in the Rockaways

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

In January residents in Rockaway Beach still have no power and run an extension cord from a neighbors home. In January residents in Rockaway Beach still have no power and run an extension cord from a neighbors home. (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

In the year since Sandy, affected neighborhoods have started to rebuild, but also prepare for their response to the next storm.  Jaime Jordan, one of the founders of Rockaway Help, talks about the work she and her neighbors are doing in the Rockaways to build up social infrastructure as a key part of disaster response.

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Comments [2]

Tere from Nyc

So you are referring to every major port city in the country. Stupitidy and Ignorance doesn't solve real problems

Oct. 29 2013 09:53 PM

FYI
The barrier islands ARE the protection for the land. They need protecting from devolopement
People who live out there should nt ask us who don't have beach views to pay for their crazy lifestyle choices

Oct. 29 2013 12:04 PM

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