Jersey Shore Most Influential 2024 — Beach / Asbury Park Press / September 25, 2023 By Jean Mikle They are the people on the front lines — and often, behind the scenes — who work diligently to keep our beaches clean and accessible to all. They are the hardworking activists and advocates who are trying Read More »
The Long Journey Home: Some Sandy victims never fully recovered from the storm / October 29, 2022 / NJ.com By Steven Rodas It took eight years for Carol and Jim Ferraioli to finally get back to their place in Port Monmouth. Their home off Compton Creek, less than a mile from Sandy Hook Bay, was Read More »
New Jersey denies Tropical Storm Ida victims Federal funds to rebuild / September 4, 2023 / Fox Weather By Hillary Andrews, Katie Byrne MANVILLE, N.J. – A change in state policy denies some New Jersey residents earmarked Federal funds to rebuild 2 years after Tropical Storm Ida destroyed their homes. Eric Vaughn was one of Read More »
Two Years Later: Residents in Manville NJ Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida / September 1, 2023 / Fox Weather By Katie Byrne Manville, NJ residents and homeowners learned recently that government aid will not be coming two years after Hurricane Ida inundated the community.
‘Nothing has been done’: Manville residents frustrated over government’s slow Ida response / September 1, 2023 / MyCentralJersey By Alexander Lewis MANVILLE – Two years after floodwaters from the remnants of Hurricane Ida devastated the borough, some residents are still waiting for the help to restore their properties and lives. The New Jersey Organizing Project Read More »
Ida survivors still trying to recover two years later / September 1, 2023 / NJ Spotlight By Melissa Rose Cooper Two years after it hit, many New Jersey residents are still struggling to recover from Hurricane Ida. In Milford, Leanna Jones says that despite having flood insurance, the insurance company would not cover a lot Read More »
NJ flood victims offered buyouts instead of payouts to rebuild / August 16, 2023 / NBC By Carolyn Manno Instead of a payout, New Jersey homeowners are being offered a buyout two years after Ida. News 4’s Carolyn Manno reports.
Nearly 2 years after Ida, Manville residents are forced to choose between leaving their homes or paying for repairs themselves / August 15, 2023 / CBS NY By Christine Sloan Residents of Manville were told they’d get financial help from the state after the remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed the New Jersey borough, but nearly Read More »
2 years after Ida, flooded NJ homeowners face a choice: Pay up or move out / August 13, 2023 / Gothamist By Karen Yi A change to state policy has left some New Jersey residents in one of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Ida two years ago with two choices: Pay for repairs themselves or sell Read More »
Sell us your homes, but we won’t pay to lift them anymore, N.J. tells flood-prone towns / August 14, 2023 / NJ.com By Steven Rodas Hurricane Floyd in 1999. Irene in 2011. And then Ida in 2021. Manville has overcome a streak of storms — and the deluge they inevitably bring — for decades. But Read More »