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FEMA SI Supervisor Talks Agency's Continuing Post-Sandy Efforts
Since Hurricane Sandy hit our area, more than 20,000 Staten Islanders have applied for Federal Emergency Management Agency aid, and the agency has given out close to $100 million in relief benefits to borough residents. Bobby Wilson, FEMA's Staten Island division supervisor, spoke to NY1 about how FEMA has helped Staten Islanders in need and about how long the agency plans to stick around.
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