Sandy cleanup continues 6 months after storm

Fairfield Beach homeowners say they've found themselves in a gridlock with insurance companies in Sandy's aftermath. They say repairing and rebuilding their homes hasn't been

Fairfield Beach homeowners say they've found themselves in a gridlock with insurance companies in Sandy's aftermath.

Fairfield Beach homeowners say they've found themselves in a gridlock with insurance companies in Sandy's aftermath. (4/28/13)

FAIRFIELD - Repairs and cleanup efforts continue six months after Superstorm Sandy made landfall in southwestern Connecticut.

Fairfield Beach homeowners say they've found themselves in a gridlock with insurance companies in Sandy's aftermath. They say repairing and rebuilding their homes hasn't been easy. Some have put their homes up for sale.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) says it has allocated more than $250 million to Connecticut for Sandy-related repairs.
 

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