Storm Sandy took a heavy toll on homes along the Connecticut shoreline, but the devastation was even worse in New York and New Jersey.
Now, some who lost their homes on Staten Island may find temporary shelter far inland in Connecticut, at a church in New Milford.
On Wednesday, Faith Church and The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation will announce a plan for temporarily housing some of the people displaced from their homes on Staten Island.
Details of the plans will be outlined at a press conference Wednesday at the church.
The foundation, which honors the memory of New York City firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on 9/11. The foundation has headed Storm Sandy relief efforts on Staten Island and elsewhere in New York.