FEMA

Ex-Cop Charged with FEMA Fraud
A retired Hoboken police officer living in Highlands is accused of using a vacant house in the borough to collect almost $23,000 in federal aid connected to Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy.
Bayville Woman Charged with Sandy Fraud
A Bayville woman becomes the latest in a mounting list of New Jersey homeowners accused of using fraud to get federal Superstorm relief funds. Debra Weigman, 56, was charged with attempted theft by deception today.
Revised FEMA Flood Maps
Ocean County property owners have new information about their probabilities for flood damage - and the kind of insurance rates they can expect to pay as a result.
Three Charged in FEMA Scam Probe
Three years after Hurricane Irene, allegations of a scam to get free storm-related federal money catch up with two people from Toms River and an alleged accomplice from Bergen County.
Ocean Grove Group Can Seek Sandy Aid
After twice rejecting the request, federal officials now say the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association can seek $1 million in federal aid for repairing a boardwalk that was damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Ocean Grove Wins 2nd Appeal for FEMA Funding
The Neptune Township community of Ocean Grove is finally eligible to apply for federal funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to make repairs to its Sandy battered boardwalk after winning a second appeal. According to The Coaster, FEMA overturned its previous ruling that declare…

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