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SBA reopens application filing for NJ victims of Sandy

Residents and businesses in New Jersey affected by Super storm Sandy are being reminded about another opportunity to apply for low-interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration.

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Ginjer Doherty
Gail Doherty
Jay Gehweiler
Tracey Keelen
Marsha Hedgepeth
Frank Smith Jr
Office of the Governor

Efforts continue to double NJ’s Shore Protection Fund

The Jersey Coast survived another hurricane season without any major damage, but beach erosion remains a concern in the wake of Super storm Sandy reshaping the landscape. The Jersey Shore Partnership has been lobbying in Trenton, urging lawmakers to double the state's Shore Protection Fund to $50 million.

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Jarek Joepera

FEMA schedules flood map webinars

A briefing by FEMA about its ongoing flood insurance study and flood insurance rate map is as close as your nearest Internet connection.

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NJOP to commemorate Sandy Anniversary with rally and camp out in Trenton

New Jersey Organizing Project will commemorate the three year anniversary of Super storm Sandy with a Statehouse rally and a three-day camp out at the War Memorial in Trenton.  

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Senator Jennifer Beck
Senator Jennifer Beck

Ask the Senator with Sen. Jennifer Beck – October 2015

Townsquare Media New Jersey presents the monthly program Ask The Congressman with new 3rd District representative Tom McArthur (R) Monday night at 7 p.m. hosted by Tom Mongelli.

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Category: News, Politics

Stricter construction codes for NJ homes in flood zone

Sandy victims still trying to rebuild and elevate their homes in floodplains are being dealt a potential blow that they may not even realize exists...

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Were You Underpaid on your Sandy Flood Insurance Claim?

Here's your last chance to get the money you were REALLY owed. You only have a few days left to file.

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Category: Articles, News
Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)
Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)

MacArthur heads post-Sandy dialog in Toms River

Three years since the Superstorm, where are we now, and where are we going? Leaders of the rebuilding effort and Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3) seek your viewpoints as they examine the questions October 15 at Toms River Town Hall...

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(L-R) Robert Clark, Robert Cerco, Linda Gyimoti, Dick Read
(Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
(L-R) Robert Clark, Robert Cerco, Linda Gyimoti, Dick Read (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)

Sandy +3: The Road Ahead

During the month of October, "Townsquare Tonight" is presenting a series entitled: "Sandy +3." This week, Part 2 takes a closer look at all that's been accomplished so far, and the work still left to be done...

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Rescue at Barnegat Dock (Barnegat PD)
Rescue at Barnegat Dock (Barnegat PD)

Barnegat cop & marina owner rescue stranded boater

At the height of today's bayfront floods in Barnegat, one police officer placed duty before self to rescue a boater who couldn't reach land.

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