Fight for flood fairness for NJ Families!

Join the action to fight for flood fairness for families by signing up below. What’s happening? FEMA is changing how it calculates risk “to provide more equity,” and is incorporating more risk variables based on individual properties.  These include: flood frequency multiple flood types—river overflow, storm surge, coastal erosion and heavy rainfall distance to a Read More »

Time is running out to apply for FEMA Ida relief

Time is running out to apply for FEMA Ida relief / NJ Spotlight News / 1/4/2022 By Melissa Rose Cooper, Correspondent Time is running out for thousands of New Jerseyans looking for federal disaster assistance related to Tropical Storm Ida. Wednesday is the deadline for people to submit applications to FEMA. As of Tuesday, the Read More »

NJ Lawmakers’ Bill Would Reform New FEMA Flood Insurance Program

NJ Lawmakers’ Bill Would Reform New FEMA Flood Insurance Program / Patch / 11/5/2021 By Karen Wall, Patch Staff New Jersey’s two U.S. senators and fellow members of Congress are hoping to help hundreds of thousands of residents dealing with flood insurance problems nine years after Superstorm Sandy. NEW JERSEY — A month into the Read More »

Flood insurance reform bill debuts on Sandy anniversary

Flood insurance reform bill debuts on Sandy anniversary / NJ Spotlight News / 10/29/2021 By Melissa Rose Cooper, Correspondent With the threat of more storms due to climate change, leaders say more funding needs to go into figuring out how to prevent damage in the first place New Jersey’s two U.S. senators and fellow members Read More »

Superstorm Sandy Survivor: Not All Damage Is Visible

Superstorm Sandy Survivor: Not All Damage Is Visible / Jersey Shore Online / 10/29/2021 By Stephanie Faughnan STAFFORD – Several iconic photographs serve as a remembrance of Superstorm Sandy’s wrath nearly a decade ago. Meanwhile, some victims suffered damage not overtly visible from the exteriors of their homes.   “If you looked from the outside Read More »