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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 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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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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Aerial view of damage in Seaside Heights following Sandy
Aerial view of damage in Seaside Heights following Sandy (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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FEMA Public Assistance Approved for All 21 New Jersey Counties

Governor Chris Christie today announced that the federal government has extended public assistance to all 21 counties in New Jersey as a result of the impact of Hurricane Sandy, extending public assistance now to all 11 New Jersey counties not previously approved.

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Disaster Aid Application Process Starting in NJ

Residents and business owners in eight New Jersey counties that were severely affected by Superstorm Sandy can start applying for federal assistance on Thursday.

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Obama Visits FEMA Prior to NJ Visit

President Obama is paying a visit to Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters ahead of his trip to New Jersey to see the damage done by superstorm Sandy.

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Ocean Twp. Seniors Can Sell Flood-Prone Homes, $3.3M Available to Buy Them

More than $3.3 million in federal funding is available for voluntary home buyouts in a flood-prone housing complex for seniors in Ocean Township. 

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September Is National Preparedness Month [AUDIO]

What if another hurricane struck the Garden State? What would you do during a nuclear emergency or an earthquake? Are you prepared?

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South Jersey Storm Assessments Underway As More Power Restored [AUDIO]

Thousands were without electricity, downed trees were blocking roadways, utility poles were destroyed and debris was scattered all over sections of South Jersey, the result of a severe thunderstorm.

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