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LISTEN: Sandy Was Just the Start. Is New York City Building Resiliently Enough for What’s Coming Next?

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Pamela Pettyjohn was forced onto the second floor of her Coney Island home the night Superstorm Sandy hit New York in 2012.

Courtesy of Pamela Pettyjohn

In a special episode of FAQ NYC, Samantha Maldonado and Kendra Pierre-Louis look at the damage the “superstorm” caused 10 years ago in Coney Island and around the city, and the construction that’s followed.

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