Land Use Implications From Hurricane Sandy

, New York Law Journal


Mark A. Levine, Wendy Rossi and Stacy Bercun Bohm of Akerman Senterfitt discuss the Rapid Repairs, Back to Business, and other programs that addressed the immediate aftermath of the hurricane, the new FEMA Advisory Flood Maps, the financial impact of rebuilding, and Governor Cuomo's voluntary buy-out program which would demolish damaged structures and reposition the property to act as natural barriers to protect upland areas.

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