State steps toward licensing home repair contractors

State steps toward licensing home repair contractors | New Jersey Monitor | September 16, 2022 30 died. Streets became rivers. Some survivors remain without their homes. And questions remain on how NJ will handle the next Ida. Jason Gewirtz just wanted new windows. Months and more than $90,000 later, a fraction of the work was Read More »

Ida, 1 Year Later – Families Still Fighting to Get Home

Ida, 1 Year Later – Families Still Fighting to Get Home | NJ101.5.com Maryann Morris has been draining her funds to live in an apartment in Bridgewater since October with her young daughter, as she continues a handful of battles aimed at eventually returning to her home in Manville that was destroyed by Ida one year ago. “We will Read More »

New Jersey residents continue rebuilding after Ida

New Jersey residents continue rebuilding after Ida | AccuWeather | August 26, 2022 By Adriana Navarro Ashley Thomas and her husband, Troy, are hoping to move into their new house in October, a little over a year after the Mullica Hill tornado destroyed their home. “There are people who chase storms — they’re called storm Read More »

Union Beach to get coastal defenses at last

Union Beach to get coastal defenses at last | NJ Spotlight News| July 14, 2022 JON HURDLE, CONTRIBUTING WRITER Town official says planned measures changed little despite Sandy devastation Twenty-seven years after state and federal officials started planning coastal flood defenses for Union Beach, a contract was signed this week to build a berm and Read More »

Superstorm Sandy victim struggles to rebuild due to inflation

Superstorm Sandy victim struggles to rebuild due to inflation | NorthJersey,com | June 27, 2022 Due to inflation, Robert Lukasiewicz is struggling to repair his Atlantic City home that was heavily damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Chris LaChall, NorthJersey.com