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Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy
Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Filing with FEMA? Help Is at Hand

A local law firm is offering help for homeowners hoping to reopen their Sandy-related flood insurance claims with FEMA.

The agency agreed to reopen thousands of disputed Sandy claims after a review showed many homeowners had been underpaid or improperly denied

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Three chances for Sandy rebuild support in one week in Ocean County

If you're one of the tens of thousands of Superstorm Sandy survivors trying to rebuild with federal or state help that's less than you expected, the next seven days offer you ample opportunity to learn if you can qualify for more.

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Five alleged Sandy relief fraudsters charged by NJ Attorney General

A Barnegat man and two couples from outside Ocean County are the latest New Jerseyans facing criminal charges for allegedly collecting federal Superstorm relief under false pretenses.

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OCLTRG Receives an Extension on Grant Spending

The American Red Cross is giving the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group until the end of 2015 to spend a $1.6 million grant to allow the Toms River non profit agency to continue operating and helping Sandy victims. 

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Sandy Task Force Launches

The Sandy Task Force created to examine problems within the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) that arose in the wake of Super storm Sandy and to develop recommendations for short- and long-term fixes officially launched Tuesday in Washington, D.C..

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(Win McNamee, Getty Images)
(Win McNamee, Getty Images)
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Ocean County Non-profit Invited to Speak at First Hurricane Sandy Task Force Meeting Today

The Hurricane Sandy Task Force created to identify and correct problems with the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Flood Insurance Program  meet today for the first time in Washington, D.C., and the head of the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group has been invited to speak on behalf of non-profit organizations. 

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Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
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FEMA Notices on Appealing and Reviewing Claims in the National Flood Insurance Program expected Soon

By the end of April, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is expected to mail notices to all policy holders who filed claims with its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) on how to appeal or request a review in light of allegations of fraud and questionable engineering reports that led to underpayments and denials, according to Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II in New York.

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Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group Meeting in Toms River, photo by Dianne DeOliveira, TSM News
Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group Meeting in Toms River, photo by Dianne DeOliveira, TSM News
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OCLTRG Encouraged after Meeting with FEMA

The Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group is encouraged after a recent meeting with Federal Emergency Management Officials (FEMA) in New York City, according to Sue Marticek, Executive Director of the non-profit agency. 

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Fred & Anne Perone (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
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Four more Superstorm aid recipients charged with theft, fraud

Three of the latest four applicants charged with collecting federal Superstorm aid under false pretenses have ties to the Jersey Shore.

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Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)
Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)
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MacArthur Urges Sandy Flood Claimants to Reopen Cases

As long as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is willing to review any Sandy-related flood insurance case for discrepancies, homeowners who filed should take them up on it. That's the advice given by shore Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3).

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