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Homes in Toms River damaged by Sandy
Homes in Toms River damaged by Sandy (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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It’s the Last Week To Apply For SBA Disaster Loans

There is less than a week for Sandy victims to apply for federal disaster loans with the Small Business Administration.

Dr. Barbara Berry is with the SBA in Tinton Falls, and she is encouraging everyone, whether you're a home or business owner, renter or non-profit, to still apply for a low-interest rate loan before the April 1 deadline

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Find Out Here How to Apply For Federal Disaster Help Before Deadline

The countdown begins again toward the April 1st disaster assistance application deadline and it's expected to be the final extension given for those who sustained damage during Superstorm Sandy.

FEMA Help Desk Representative Robin Smith says even though there's only a week to go

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FEMA following Sandy
Tim Larsen, Governor's Office
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Sandy Victims Urged To Apply For Disaster Assistance [AUDIO]

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) staffers continue to urge folks who suffered superstorm damage to send their federal disaster applications in before the April 1st deadline.

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Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis, RKey Townsquare Media
Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis, RKey Townsquare Media
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Brick Mayor Calls for Clarity of FEMA Disaster Aid Rules

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.

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Congressman Jon Runyan,(Townsquare Media NJ)
Congressman Jon Runyan addresses Ocean County Mayors during Ocean County Mayor's Breakfast Week of January 22nd (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Runyan Tells O-C Mayors What’s in Sandy Disaster Bill

As the U.S. Senate prepares to vote on the over $50 billion dollar Sandy disaster relief bill today, shore Congressman John Runyan (R) came to Toms River to give Ocean County mayors an idea on the steps being taken to ensure that as much funding as possible actually goes toward Sandy relief efforts.

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