Slowly-emerging details of proposed methods to pay for President Trump's wall on the Mexican border draw withering response from Jersey Shore legislators on Capitol Hill, and from grassroots Superstorm Sandy activists - because one component would be a surcharge on premiums in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
With just over a month to go until FEMA's September 15 deadline, Superstorm Sandy homeowners who haven't applied to review their flood insurance settlements can get free help to start the process Wednesday, August 12 in Middletown.
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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