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Southern Ocean County company charged with Sandy-related fraud

A Manahawkin home repair firm becomes the eighth contractor to face state charges of deceptive business practices related to Superstorm renovations and federal relief funds.

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Ryan Spill (NJ Atty. General's Office)
Ryan Spill (NJ Atty. General's Office)

Waretown, Belmar men among newest Sandy fraud defendants

Residents of Waretown and Belmar are among five new arrestees in a continuing probe of Superstorm relief fraud by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.

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Ortley Beach (NJ Dept. Environmental Protection)
Ortley Beach (NJ Dept. Environmental Protection)

Beach replenishment sand arrives in Ortley in April; DEP schedule miffs Brick Mayor

The long-awaited $128,000,000 northern Ocean County beach and dune reconstruction begins with sand deposits in Ortley Beach in April, say officials of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Welcome news inĀ Toms River. But, Brick Township's Mayor is sounding off while repairs there wait until early 2018.

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LawsonJamie

Home construction contractor faces new Sandy fraud charges

Superstorm-related contractor fraud charges filed in December in Ocean County. against several companies run by the same owner, now reach the state level.

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Recovery Continues Two Weeks After Superstorm Sandy
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Statewide storm prep bill wins NJ Senate approval

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.

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Michael McCrone (NJ Atty. General's Office)
Michael McCrone (NJ Atty. General's Office)

Bayville home owner, four others charged with scamming Sandy aid

A Bayville property owner is one of five in a growing list of defendants accused of filing bogus applications for federal Superstorm relief.

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October New Home Sales Down 28 Percent From Previous Year
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Point Pleasant, Pleasantville contractors accused of Sandy fraud

Home repair businesses operated by an Ocean County father and son, and by an Atlantic County man, draw scrutiny by New Jersey investigators amid allegations of Superstorm Sandy-related fraud amounting to more than $1,400,000 in federal grants.

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Point Pleasant Beach (courtesy NJDEP)
Point Pleasant Beach (courtesy NJDEP)

Rebuild of northern Ocean County’s Sandy-strapped beaches has Spring start date

The news that land and home owners in Ocean County's most Superstorm-ravaged section have waited more than four years to hear, finally arrives.

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Janie Spataro (NJ Atty. General's Office)
Janie Spataro (NJ Atty. General's Office)

Beachwood woman, three others charged with Sandy aid fraud

A Beachwood woman suspected of Superstorm-related fraud, and four others who allegedly collected federal funds for shore vacation houses that they rent, face theft and other charges filed by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.

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Toms River motel owner sentenced for Superstorm fund fraud

The owner of the Americana Motel in Toms River heads to prison for three years, for scamming the Federal Emergency Management Agency out of $81,567 in Superstorm Sandy relief.

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