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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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Homeowners Resistant to Reopening Sandy Flood Claims

Although thousands of Sandy-impacted homeowners in New Jersey could potentially receive additional insurance money by reopening claims to the Federal Emergency Management's National Flood Insurance Program, a number of people remain hesitant to do so.

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Ortley Beach Water Tower (Townsquare Media)
Ortley Beach Water Tower (Townsquare Media)
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Dune restoration protest march July 18 in Ortley

Fed up with inaction on storm protections for the Toms River shorefront, two citizens' groups collaborate for a July 18 protest march in Ortley Beach that they hope will draw crowds of equally-irate Superstorm survivors.

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Advice on whether to Reopen Super storm Sandy Flood Insurance Claims

Sandy-impacted homeowners still undecided about whether to reopen claims denied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), can get advice from a seminar being hosted by Stop FEMA Now this Saturday.

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Rally in Trenton Thursday for Action on Sandy Recovery

A caravan of hundreds of Super storm Sandy victims from Ocean County will head to the New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton Thursday to rally lawmakers and Governor Chris Christie to speed up recovery efforts. 

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Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
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FEMA Notices on Appealing and Reviewing Claims in the National Flood Insurance Program expected Soon

By the end of April, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is expected to mail notices to all policy holders who filed claims with its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) on how to appeal or request a review in light of allegations of fraud and questionable engineering reports that led to underpayments and denials, according to Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II in New York.

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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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A business in Union Beach with a message for Sandy (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sandy Victim Forms Expert Panel to Discuss Recovery Issues

One of the leaders of a proposed lawsuit challenging the state and federal

government's anemic response to Sandy victims, has put together a panel of public policy experts to come up with solutions this week

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NJ Sandy Victims Prepare to Sue the Government

Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)Superstorm Sandy victims frustrated with the state and federal government's response to their plight are organizing a class action lawsuit against them

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‘Stop FEMA Now’ Meeting in Toms River

Superstorm Sandy victims who still have questions about the state's largest housing aid program attended a meeting this weekend on the issue.

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