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East Coast Begins To Clean Up And Assess Damage From Hurricane Sandy
Store keeper Richard Jefferys keeps warm near a fire after losing power due to Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach Island. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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NJ Businesses Impacted By Sandy Get Some Help [AUDIO]

It wasn't just homes and boardwalks that were washed away by the superstorm two weeks ago. Some people lost their absolute only source of income, their small business.

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Photo by Bruce Bennett / Getty Images
Photo by Bruce Bennett / Getty Images
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Disaster Recovery Centers Open in 10 Counties

Residents affected by Hurricane Sandy can meet with disaster recovery officials from FEMA at one of the locations listed below. Most offices will be open from 8a-8p, seven days a week until further notice.

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Allison Joyce, Getty Images
Allison Joyce, Getty Images
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FEMA Applications Skyrocket After Sandy [AUDIO]

About 143,000 New Jerseyans have registered for federal disaster assistance with FEMA and officials say the number and the need will continue to grow.

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Long Branch damage
Sandy damage in Long Branch (Allison Joyce, Getty Images)
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NJ Homeowners And Storm Damage Insurance Claims [AUDIO]

Thousands of New Jerseyans suffered damage to their homes as super-storm Sandy ripped through the Garden State. Unfortunately, some got hit with a double-whammy when Wednesday's nor'easter caused even more damage.

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John Churchman, Getty Images
John Churchman, Getty Images
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FEMA Public Affairs Media Relations Manager Scott Sanders Updates NJ on Upcoming Nor’Easter

FEMA Public Affairs Media Relations Manager Scott Sanders called in to Jim this morning to update everyone on FEMA's current progress in NJ and how the upcoming Nor' Easter will impact their efforts.

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Aerial photo ot damage in Brick from Sandy
Aerial photo ot damage in Brick from Sandy (Tim Larson, Governor's Office)
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95,000 Eligible for Housing Aid in NJ, NY

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says 95,000 people are eligible for emergency housing assistance in New York and New Jersey.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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Over 200 Thousand Registered for FEMA Aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says more than 277,000 people in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have registered for assistance and more than $251 million have been approved.

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FEMA Housing
FEMA Housing (Scott Olson, Getty Images)
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FEMA Public Relations Rep Scott Sanders Explains How to Get Assistance [AUDIO]

If you are in need of assistance due to losses incurred from Hurricane Sandy, this interview Jim conducted this morning with FEMA Public Relations Manager Scott Sanders may help you.

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UNION BEACH, NJ - NOVEMBER 03: A house on the shore stands devastated by Superstorm Sandy on November 2, 2012 in Union Beach, New Jersey. (Getty Images)
UNION BEACH, NJ - NOVEMBER 03: A house on the shore stands devastated by Superstorm Sandy on November 2, 2012 in Union Beach, New Jersey. (Getty Images)
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FEMA Makes Shelter Aid Available for NJ Survivors of Sandy

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has activated a Transitional Sheltering Assistance program open to Sandy survivors who are not able to return to their homes due to storm-related damages.

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FEMA Housing
FEMA Housing (Scott Olson, Getty Images)
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Finding Housing for Displaced Sandy Victims a Priority [AUDIO]

Almost a week removed from the super storm Sandy power is steadily being restored across the state and residents of the hardest hit areas are slowly returning to observe the damage, but with time ticking the concern is the future for the victims of the storm.

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