Two-and-a-half years after Sandy, tens of thousands of New Jersey residents displaced by the super storm have been unable to return home. The "Stop FEMA Now" movement seeking massive reforms discussed some of the issues victims continue to face on "Townsquare Tonight," Wednesday on WOBM AM 1160 & 1310.
A motorist accused of striking a pedestrian on Route 9 in Waretown and driving for nearly two miles with the victim embedded in his windshield, has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide, according to the Asbury Park Press.
Brick taxpayers owning an average $248,000 home would have to pay about $48 dollars more a year under the Township Council’s proposed budget introduced last week, which includes a 1.9 cent tax increase, primarily due to ongoing Super Storm Sandy recovery.
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