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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Sandy flood claim review help Wednesday in Middletown

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.

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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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Free Help Available at NFIP Clinic in Toms River

Sandy-impacted homeowners unsatisfied with payouts from claims filed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) can get free help understanding and navigating the process of requesting a review next week in Toms River.

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Free Legal Clinics for Sandy Impacted Homeowners

Sandy impacted homeowners being bombarded with attorney solicitations for help with filing flood insurance claims through the Federal Emergency Management Agency's review process, are being advised to attend free legal clinics being offered by the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group.

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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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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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Ocean County Long Term Recover Group Urges NJ Legislators for Help Securing Federal Sandy Aid

The Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group is seeking $20 million of the final $500 million in federal disaster aid funding earmarked for New Jersey, according to Susan Marticek, Executive Director of the umbrella group for 80 non-profit organizations that have been helping Sandy victims since the 2012 storm. 

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Register for January RREM Workshops

RREM workshops will take place every Saturday this month to help educate and aid more Sandy victims along the Jersey Shore.

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Free Legal Help in Ocean County on FEMA Recoupment Notices

Sandy victims in Ocean County have an opportunity to get free help on how to respond to FEMA Recoupment notices at a clinic Saturday in Berkeley Township, 10 a.m. to Noon.

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Christmas Toy Drives Underway in Ocean County

Several efforts are underway to help make Christmas brighter this year for Ocean County children still displaced by Super Storm Sandy or those with families struggling financially. 

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