The heavily Hasidic Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg escaped major damage from Sandy, suffering only minor flooding and downed trees from the superstorm.
Fledgling nonprofits are winning financial sponsorship from established tax-exempt partners. Proponents see a win-win situation, but critics say there’s little scrutiny.
As Hurricane Sandy’s fierce winds battered New York City and Long Island, emergency experts worried about conditions in heavily Jewish oceanfront neighborhoods.
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