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Superstorm Sandy in Belmar
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NJ Residents Pay Billions Out-of-Pocket for Sandy [AUDIO]

With all of the federal and state funding for Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey residents will still be left paying between $8 billion and $13 billion out-of-pocket for rebuilding, according to a report from U.S. Strong, which calls for the establishment of an Extreme Weather Relief Fund.

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Sand Dunes
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Ocean City and Mantoloking Moving to Take Dune Easements

Two Jersey shore towns will move soon to seize narrow strips of oceanfront land from owners whose refusal to grant permission for the work has been blocking a desperately needed shore protection project.

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Shining Light on Post-Sandy Needs [AUDIO]

The Ocean County Long-Term Recovery Group is hosting a free event at Ocean County College in acknowledgment of Superstorm Sandy and the resiliency of the Ocean County community.

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Damage to homes in Ortley Beach
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Filing a Homeowner’s Claim Will Cost You [AUDIO]

If you're thinking of making a claim to your homeowner's insurance, you may want to think again.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Help for Small Businesses Affected by Sandy

The State of New Jersey is providing help to small business owners recovering from Superstorm Sandy through the Stronger New Jersey Business Grant and Loan programs.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Sandy Victims Want Help with Insurers, Bureaucrats

The water came in torrents; the aid is being parceled out drip by drip.

That was one of the main complaints voiced Monday by victims of Superstorm Sandy at a legislative hearing in Trenton on the pace of the state's recovery from the Oct

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Homeowners Could See Flood Insurance Premium Increases [AUDIO]

Flood insurance premiums could be on the rise for some homeowners living in vulnerable locations, as more changes to the National Flood Insurance Program go into effect October 1st.

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Hurricane Sandy
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Sandy Nearly One Year Later: Emotions Still High [AUDIO]

It's been nearly a year since Hurricane Sandy devastated the New Jersey coastline and left countless families with deep emotional scars, including many children who are just now starting to scratch the surface of their feelings in the aftermath of the disaster.

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Beach Dunes
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Some Shore Residents Still Fighting Dune Projects [AUDIO]

Amidst a decision by the Governor to declare an Executive Order allowing the construction of dunes on property even where easements weren't signed, and the state's decision to award a one dollar settlement to the Harvey Cedars couple who sued over obstructed views, the attorney for the couple says both rulings will not deter his clients.

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Measure Would Block NJ Phone Companies From Abandoning Landlines [AUDIO]

Phone companies in New Jersey eager to replace traditional copper lines with wireless systems will have to wait until the kinks are worked out if a bill proposed by Central Jersey Assemblyman Daniel Benson is passed.

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