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FEMA Housing Help For NJ Sandy Victims Extended for Final Time

A temporary shelter program has been extended, at the Christie Administration’s request, to April 30, 2013, with a check-out date of May 1, 2013.

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Route 35 in Brick after Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Brick Takes Action Against FEMA Maps [AUDIO]

Later this month, we mark six months since Superstorm Sandy pounded the Garden State.

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FEMA recovery center sign (Facebook)
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Disaster Aid Application Extended to May 1st

Monday's deadlines to apply for FEMA disaster relief has been extended yet again.

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Thousands Still Living in NYC Hotels Post-Sandy

More than 2,000 people displaced by Superstorm Sandy are still living in New York City hotels five months after the storm.

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FEMA Preps for Flood Sticker Shock

Federal officials are encouraging homeowners in flood-prone communities to consider elevating their houses and raising their deductibles to cut down on rising flood insurance premiums.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
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Evacuation Time Estimates Updated At Oyster Creek [AUDIO]

Oyster Creek is just one of the nuclear power plants submitting updating Evacuation Time Estimates for the ten mile radius around the plant.

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Flood Maps Will Be Scaled Back: Christie

Since shortly after Superstorm Sandy pummeled the Jersey shore last October, homeowners up and down the coast have agonized over whether to raise their homes to survive future storms.

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Sandy Victims Urged To Apply For Disaster Assistance [AUDIO]

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) staffers continue to urge folks who suffered superstorm damage to send their federal disaster applications in before the April 1st deadline.

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New Maps Put More NJ Homes in Flood Zones

New Jersey's adoption of expanded flood maps in the wake of Superstorm Sandy has put more than 33,000 additional residential buildings in flood zones, a nearly 15 percent increase.

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FEMA Pays $2.7-Billion in NJ Flood Insurance Claims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has made $2.7 billion in flood insurance payments to New Jersey claimants since Superstorm Sandy hit the state last October.

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