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Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development
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Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/long-beach-superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach brokered the deal to turn the long-derelict Superblock into two apartment towers after the project's Manhattan developer crafted a plan it believes will make money. The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant

Bob and Maureen McDonnell, businessman bonded over financial needs ...
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But not long after, in private, his wife complained that he was scolding her for worsening their money woes. “Bob is screaming about the thousands I'm charging up in credit card debt,” Maureen McDonnell wrote in an e-mail to Williams said he had to

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Legislators call on Cuomo to help Sandy victims

“Now is the time. Let’s not delay anymore,” Ford said. “Nothing can be better than on the sixth anniversary of Sandy, the state and the federal government say, everybody, we’re going to make changes. Until you all come home, there will be no deadline.”

More than 200 homes in Long Beach are in the process of being raised, Ford said, adding that many homeowners are displaced and continue to pay taxes, mortgage and insurance on their properties while paying rent to live somewhere else.

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery, which administers the NY Rising program, has distributed about $1.26 billion to Long Island homeowners since 2014.

Under the current deadlines, mortgage payments made by interim mortgage assistant applicants after Dec. 31 would not be reimbursed, according to GOSR. Applicants who are repairing or elevating must have their houses in the air by Jan. 1.

“Right when people should be looking to try to be able to celebrate [the holidays], they can’t, because too many people, too many elderly, too many families — especially those with young children — are afraid, because where are they going to go in the dead of winter?” Ford asked. “How heartless can we be that we make these types of decisions?

This is the next step in plans for 10 affordable housing units to go up in Long Beach's Washington neighborhood

The investment company’s board of directors approved the lot merger in September.

Habitat would like to sell all 10 units to low-income families in the Washington neighborhood by the end of 2019, Rank said.

“Habitat’s emphasis,” Rank said, “is really on breaking the cycle of poverty by enabling low-income families to have a safe and affordable place to live.”

In August, Habitat handed over the keys to four homes in the Washington neighborhood, part of a goal to build 50 units and repair 50 existing homes there. Officials for Habitat — which as of August had built 10 homes and repaired about a dozen — have said they want to invest $20 million in affordable homes in Washington through 2021 . Long Beach is also redoing the nearby 14th Street Park, said Patrick Ure, the city’s Housing and Neighborhood Services Bureau manager.

“We’re hoping to improve the neighborhood,” Ure said.

If all goes as planned, officials said, the city will transfer the property on 14th Street to Habitat by June, with Long Beach giving the nonprofit a $990,000 loan for the land. Habitat will then build the 10 units: Two duplexes with a pair of units each, and then six single-family townhouses. The property will also have a 1,500 square-foot open space — owned by a future homeowners association — and each unit will have a two-car garage.

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