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"Eleven thirty four now to Long Island more. Specifically oyster base town supervisors being sued. Now, the lawsuit filed by the housing trust fund Corp claims twenty thirteen town of oyster bay supervisor Joseph sell Dino said in an application for New York rising finds that he received seventy five thousand dollars from the national flood insurance program. But the suit says he never put down he also received sixty four thousand from his homeowner's insurance policy. A Dino received almost sixteen thousand dollars in state sandy"