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.
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.
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.
Seaside Heights after Sandy (Matthew White, Townsquare Media NJ)Homeowners with questions about rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy are given answers courtesy of a seminar put on by The American Littoral Society.
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