Category Archives: Hurricane Sandy

“Update on H. Sandy Rebuilding Strategy” from CRS

For those of you who share my abiding interest in recovery, and a special interest in the many new initiates from the feds post Sandy, I highly recommend this new report from the Congressional Research Service. See: The Hurricane Sandy … Continue reading

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H. Sandy Rebuilding Strategy Progress Report (Fall 2014) – updated

With no fanfare HUD released its second progress report, as required by the Executive Order that created the H. Sandy Recovery Task Force.  The report is 184 pages long. The press release and a link to the full report are … Continue reading

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Another Post-Sandy Perspective – that of an environmentalist

An Environmentalist’s Assessment of H. Sandy Outcomes. Thanks to Franklin McDonald for the citation.

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Two Years After Hurricane Sandy – 6 views

From National Geographic, see: Two Years After Hurricane Sandy Hit the U.S., What Lessons Can We Learn From the Deadly Storm? In an era of extreme weather, we have to keep the risk of weather disasters in the front of … Continue reading

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“Forget Sandy, Worst is Yet to Come”

The article titled Forget Sandy, the Worst Is Yet to Come is a news account of a Swiss Re Insurance Co. report. Some excerpts: The chilling insurance company report * * * cautions that Hurricane Sandy was nothing more than … Continue reading

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Questions re H. Sandy Task Force Report and Outcomes

What ever happened to the many recommendations make in the H. Sandy Task Force Report?  It has been slightly more than one year since the issuance of the Task Force’s report. At that time the Diva was optimistic about the … Continue reading

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Profile of HUD Recovery Coordinator for H. Sandy

In the Wash Post today, there is a profile of the woman who coordinated the HUD recovery efforts for H. Sandy.  I have to say, she surely has been low profile to date; I tracked the Sandy Task Force effort … Continue reading

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