New Jersey's ability to withstand Superstorm Sandy-sized weather events would be analyzed every two years, and county emergency management plans would adjust accordingly, if a shore-sponsored bill ends up with the Governor's signature.
If a meltdown or radiation leak occurred at the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Lacey or at the Salem reactors in Salem and Cumberland Counties, would you know what to do, what you're expected to do and what would be done for you?
More than $1,000,000,000 in hazard-mitigation requests related to Superstorm Sandy in Monmouth County communities are now in the hands of the New Jersy Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM), awaiting disposition.
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