United Way: Milford in limbo post-Sandy

The United Way of Milford has announced that the recovery effort from Hurricane Sandy will likely drag on into the summer months.

The organization says homeowners in the city may not see repairs until the summer.

The organization says homeowners in the city may not see repairs until the summer. (1/3/13)

MILFORD - The United Way of Milford has announced that the recovery effort from Hurricane Sandy will likely drag on into the summer months.

Since the storm roared ashore more than two months ago, many residents still find themselves in limbo. Some people have had their homes condemned by building crews, while others are still waiting for insurance money to make their homes livable again.

Officials with the United Way say the city's recovery effort is far from over, especially along the Long Island Sound.

The agency is urging anyone who has not yet registered for emergency FEMA funding to do so immediately, as the deadline expires at the end of the month.


 

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