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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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Seaside Heights boardwalk after Sandy
Seaside Heights Boardwalk, 1/18/13 (Townsquare Media)
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Rutgers could play role in proposed storm resilience center

Rutgers University is considering helping with the development of plans proposed by residents for a Resilience Center in Seaside Heights for future storms.

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A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy
A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Sandy history being documented by NJ college

Superstorm Sandy was one of the most significant events to affect the state. A group of students from one of New Jersey's top-rated colleges is making sure the event is memorialized for generations to come.

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Sandi McKay, NJOP Member/Photo by Tom Mongellli, Townsquare Media
Sandi McKay, NJOP Member/Photo by Tom Mongellli, Townsquare Media
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RREM among many Issues Sandy Survivor Group Plans to Tackle

The New Jersey Organizing Project (NJOP), focused on overcoming obstacles with the state's Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation(RREM) grant program, expects to take on several Sandy-related issues. 

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Efforts Continue to “Bring the Shore Home”

Summer is - unofficially at least - underway, but thanks to Superstorm Sandy, tourists aren't the only ones longing for the shore.

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Former site of Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights
Former site of Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Seaside in 2015 – Still recovering

Three summers removed from Superstorm Sandy, and two summers removed from the catastrophic fire, officials and merchants in Seaside Heights are hoping for a successful and catastrophe-free 2015 boardwalk season.

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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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Dr. Phil Nufrio
Dr. Phil Nufrio (Dr. Phil Nufrio)
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“Stop FEMA Now” continues advocating for Sandy Homeowners

Two-and-a-half years after Sandy, tens of thousands of New Jersey residents displaced by the super storm have been unable to return home. The "Stop FEMA Now" movement seeking massive reforms discussed some of the issues victims continue to face on "Townsquare Tonight," Wednesday on WOBM AM 1160 & 1310.

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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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Sandy damage claim denials come under new scrutiny

New Jersey homeowners who have filed suit over denials or reductions in Superstorm Sandy damage claims should be taking a closer look at their paperwork, officials say. Suspicious alterations in the engineering reports used by insurance carriers have emerged both here and in New York.

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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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