On Wednesday morning, the City Council’s Committee on Environmental Protection will hold an oversight hearing on the causes and response to the flooding in South Ozone Park.
Nearly 100 homes were damaged by backed-up sewage that spewed into basements, displacing hundreds of residents.
City officials initially blamed the sewage incident on residents, alleging that they poured massive amounts of grease down the drain.
The city then walked back their comments.
The committee hearing starts at 10 a.m. inside the Council Chambers at City Hall.