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Taxis sit in a flooded lot following Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 (AP Photo)

The neighborhood of Rosedale is waiting for its next flood.

For as long as most residents can remember, there has never been a summer without one. The rains that are a mere inconvenience for tourists, for residents out here on the far reaches of Queens just north of John F. Kennedy Airport, the slightest downpour could mean evacuating their homes for a night or even weeks at a time.

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