The passage of the $50 billion dollar Federal Sandy Disaster Aid bill unlocks a flood of fiscal resources to help storm-tossed towns and even homeowners recover but one local Ocean County Mayor is expressing frustration.
Superstorm survivors looking for federal financial help just got extra time to apply. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, prodded by New Jersey officials, extended the application window to March 1, 2013.
If your home on the Jersey shore home was severely damaged or maybe even swept into the ocean by super storm Sandy and you’re looking for help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) you may be barking up the wrong tree.
Two Ocean County residents, and a Toms River motel owner who lives in Edison, are among nine new arrestees, accused by New Jersey investigators with pirating federal Superstorm relief worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Charges against five new individuals accused of filing for federal Superstorm relief under false pretenses brings the total in the New Jersey Attorney General's office to a half-hundred in the nearly two years since the first allegations were lodged.
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