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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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State agrees to pay $7.6 million to HGI

Gov. Chris Christie's administration has reached a deal to pay $7.6 million to a firm New Jersey contracted to help handle applications for its Superstorm Sandy housing recovery program.

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This May 15, 2015 photo, beachgoers play volleyball on the sand in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Jersey shore still recovering as 3rd post-Sandy summer nears

In the months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore, Gov. Chris Christie warned residents the damage would not be quickly undone.

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A home destroyed by Sandy in Mantoloking, NJ
A home destroyed by Sandy in Mantoloking, NJ (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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A second chance at justice for Sandy victims

Homeowners insured through the National Flood Insurance Program who think they were shortchanged for Superstorm Sandy damage could receive a letter as early as this week asking them if they want to reopen their claims so that they can be re-examined.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Insurance problems still loom for Sandy flood victims in NJ

In the coming weeks, FEMA will reach out to all homeowners who filed Superstorm Sandy flood insurance claims -- informing them they can re-open their cases if their claims were denied, or if they feel they did not get a fair settlement. One expert warns that, for some victims, there may still be challenges ahead.

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Sandy damage victims can have tainted insurance claim denials re-opened

Victims whose Hurricane Sandy damage claims may have been denied or  reduced due to fraudulently altered insurance inspection reports will soon be able to have their filings re-examined.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved up the start of a beach replenishment project for Long Beach island, including Ship Bottom (above).  (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved up the start of a beach replenishment project for Long Beach island, including Ship Bottom (above). (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Long Beach Island beach widening moved up to April

SHIP BOTTOM, N.J. (AP) — A $128 million project to widen beaches and shore up dunes on Long Beach Island has been moved up four months to April.

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NJ Transit gets more federal Sandy funds

New Jersey Transit has received another $147 million from the Federal Transit Administration for projects related to Superstorm Sandy.

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Highlighting shows how engineer's original language under "deleted" in the right hand margin is replaced by the words "were not" in the revised passage on the left. (Townsquare Media)
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How a 48-minute rewrite deleted support for an NJ couple’s Sandy damage claim

An insurance inspection report on Superstorm Sandy damage to a New Jersey couple's home was extensively rewritten at the engineeering firm's home office, overturning hours of on-site examination in 48 minutes and reversing findings that had supported their claim for coverage.

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Jon Bon Jovi in his JBJ Soul Kitchen community restaurant in Red Bank in 2011. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Jon Bon Jovi in his JBJ Soul Kitchen community restaurant in Red Bank in 2011. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Jon Bon Jovi sponsors eatery in Sandy-ravaged Union Beach

UNION BEACH, N.J. (AP) -- Rocker and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi is sponsoring a community restaurant in a Jersey shore community still struggling mightily to recover from Superstorm Sandy.

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Army Corps releases coastal flood risk management framework

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday issued a report saying that managing the flooding risk along the North Atlantic coast from events like Superstorm Sandy is something that has to be done collaboratively by all levels of government and the private sector.

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