Pallone, Watson Coleman, Kim Applaud House Passage of Appropriations Bill that Provides Relief for Families Still Recovering from Sandy

Pallone, Watson Coleman, Kim Applaud House Passage of Appropriations Bill that Provides Relief for Families Still Recovering from Sandy / Office of Congressman Frank Pallone / 7/29/2021 Washington, DC – Representatives Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06), Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12), and Andy Kim (NJ-03) today applauded House passage of an appropriations bill that provides relief for Read More »

Bill waving Sandy relief clawbacks to get House vote, members say

Bill waving Sandy relief clawbacks to get House vote, members say / New Jersey Globe / 7/16/2021 Nikita Biryukov Three of New Jersey’s congresspeople on Friday announced two bills waiving the repayment of federal benefits disbursed to New Jersey homeowners and municipalities impacted by Superstorm Sandy would advance in the House of Representatives. “Superstorm Sandy Read More »

Foundation Talk on Wind Farms Boosts Economic Benefits

Foundation Talk on Wind Farms Boosts Economic Benefits / The Sandpiper / 5/10/21 An hour-long online “Wind Power Talk” hosted by the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences on April 24 and moderated by Science Committee Chair Rick Bushnell was too short to answer all the questions by the 70-plus participants who Read More »

Don’t make Sandy victims repay federal disaster funds: NJ lawmakers

Don’t make Sandy victims repay federal disaster funds: NJ lawmakers / Asbury Park Press / 5/3/21 New Jersey’s entire House delegation has signed a letter asking the federal government to grant financial relief to families and towns still recovering from 2012’s superstorm Sandy. The letter, written by U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., asks leaders of Read More »

We need real COVID-19 Relief NOW

We need pandemic relief that meets the moment. The reality is if we want to put an end to this public health and economic crisis, Congress must send trillions of dollars out the door as soon as humanly possible. People need to work safely, pay the rent, they need to put food on the table. Read More »

Protecting our communities from storms in the COVID-19 era

By Alison Arne When Hurricane Irene hit New Jersey in 2011, my family evacuated from Western Atlantic County.  Because we lived inland, it came as a complete surprise when, in the middle of the night, first responders knocked on the door.  They told us that we didn’t have to go, but at a certain point Read More »