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 »

Finish the Job: Forgive Sandy Clawbacks

It’s been almost 9 long years since Superstorm Sandy. In those years, some of us were able to get home, others lost their homes forever, and some of us are still fighting to get home. Many are home but being asked to pay back funding they received by the state grant program RREM. Both individual Read More »

Government forgives FEMA loans from Superstorm Sandy. Here’s what it means

Government forgives FEMA loans from Superstorm Sandy. Here’s what it means / News 12 / 10/5/2021 By News 12 Staff Jersey Shore towns still owing millions of dollars in Federal Emergency Management Agency loans following Superstorm Sandy will get a much-needed break – the loans were forgiven by the government.” Saving a million here, 2 million there Read More »