A contingent of Homeland Security workers and Red Cross volunteers from the Washington D.C./Virginia area will be heading to the Garden State for a week, on their own dime, to help rebuild Sandy-battered houses.
President Barack Obama is expected to sign the federal Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act into law within the next 10 days, which would benefit Jersey Shore residents still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, according to an insurance expert in Ocean County.
A $75 million allocation from the federal government is devoted to disaster relief for fisheries that suffered losses over the past few years, but marine professionals in New Jersey claim the state is "getting the short end of the stick."
The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, chaired by First Lady Mary Pat Christie, has launched its fourth grant cycle, and the organization expects to award $5 million in grants during this application period
Hurricane Sandy blew through Ocean County 16 months ago. While our stories may not be in the news as much as they were before, those of us who are here every day know that there are still raw, open wounds from the disaster.
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