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Wed, Feb. 20 2013 07:46 AM EDT

My FEMA Nightmare: Superstorm Sandy Policy to Help Nightclubs but Not Churches?

By Paul de Vries
Now I have one repeated nightmare: I am walking down the streets in Superstorm Sandy-ravaged sections of New York City, my town – especially near the shores of Brooklyn, Queens or Staten Island. As I walk, I grieve with immense sadness and anger when I see some churches boarded up because of their tragic superstorm damage. Perhaps some part of a floor is weakened or some electric wiring is damaged. It may be that some steps are broken or a dangerous level of mold has grown. Now failing our building code standards, these church buildings are closed, not to be opened to serve their communities, not to be opened for divine services. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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