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Public Housing Residents Asked To Leave Zone A Homes

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Those who are staying in New York City Housing Authority development in low-lying Zone A areas from Sunday night onward will not have elevator service, heat or hot water during Hurricane Sandy.

Heat and hot water has also been shut off in these buildings.

There are 26 developments in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens that are affected.

26 NYCHA Developments In Zone A

Brooklyn
Carey Gardens
Coney Island
Coney Island Site 1B
Coney Island Site 8
Coney Island Site 4,5
Gravesend
Haber
O’dwyer Gardens
Red Hook East
Red Hook West
Surfside Gardens

Manhattan
Baruch
Campos Plaza 1 and 2
Isaacs
Riis
Riis 2
Smith
Wald

Queens
Beach 41-Beach Channel Drive
Carlton Manor
Hammel
Ocean Bay Apartments
Redfern

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