On the Market: the Moldering Contents of Chelsea Storage Units; Man Arrested for Skipping Gas Line With Fake Badge; The Low Down on Flood Insurance

Chelsea Manhattan Mini-Storage clears and junks moldering units left by Sandy. [Post]
What exactly does flood vs. hurricane vs. homeowners’ insurance cover? [NYT]
Partial train service is restored to the Rockaways. [Daily News]
A literary benefit to help rebuild Red Hook. [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn man arrested for impersonating police officer to skip gas line. [Daily News]
Statue of Liberty’s torch burns again, thanks to an LED light. [NY Mag]
Essex House open to acquisition. [Bloomberg]
Michael Gross: 15 CPW is more of a family building than One57. [Business Insider]
Moby Dick to be read around the city in a whale of a Melville marathon. [Bk Paper]
Building managers step into the spotlight during post-Sandy clean-up. [WSJ]
Are Red Hook residents with broken water meters being overcharged? [Brownstoner]
Remaking brownstones into modern, or modernist, houses. [NYT]
Two dentists are the first to use One57 over crane evacuation. [Daily News]
Thousands of Sheepshead Bay residents are still without power. [NY1]
New measures will be taken to protect 9/11 artifacts from floods. [WSJ]
Thousands of NYCHA residents still lack heat, hot water and/or power. [NY1]