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The two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy is approaching, and many parts of the city are still struggling to rebuild. A group of reporters recently went to the hardest hit neighborhoods and asked residents if they feel safer. The answer? Not really. On the Lower East Side, residents were encouraged by new flood walls at buildings, but overall, they felt that a lot of resources were lacking and that big ideas like the Big U Seawall are too far in the future to ease concerns in the present. [Gotham Gazzette; previously]