Two new bills for storm recovery in 2023

13 climate change bills and issues N.J. residents should have on their radar in 2023 | NJ.com | January 7, 2023 By Steven Rodas | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Environmental justice. Electric buses. Plastic. There’s no shortage of environmental-related bills and climate change issues at the top of mind for residents and activists across New Read More »

Few Ida victims received long-term rental aid from FEMA

Few Ida victims received long-term rental aid from FEMA | NJ Spotlight News | November 30, 2022 BY: BRIANA VANNOZZI, ANCHOR Thousands were entitled to an additional 18 months of rental aid More than a year after Tropical Storm Ida flooded communities across New Jersey, thousands of families are still working through the recovery process. Read More »

NJ Spotlight News: November 15, 2022

NJ Spotlight News: November 15, 2022| NJ Spotlight News A new influx of cash is on the way to help New Jerseyans working to rebuild from Tropical Storm Ida more than a year after it barreled through the state. $149 million in disaster recovery grants is coming from the federal government in addition to the Read More »

1 Year Later, Ida’s Devastation Still Grips New Jersey

1 Year Later, Ida’s Devastation Still Grips New Jersey | Patch.com | September 1, 2022 30 died. Streets became rivers. Some survivors remain without their homes. And questions remain on how NJ will handle the next Ida. Josh Bakan,Patch Staff NEW JERSEY — One year ago, the remnants of Hurricane Ida gave New Jersey chaos, 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 »