The New Jersey Department of Transportation will receive a $128,320,000 federal grant for the repair of roads and highways damaged by super-storm Sandy. The grant, part of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Relief (ER) Program, is awarded to a State after the President or the Governor issues a formal emergency declaration and the State files a request for ER for the cost of damages to its eligible highways.
Governor Christie meets with the Federal Housing and Urban Development Department Secretary today to discuss how the Garden State will spend 1.8 billion dollars in Community Development Block Grant money that's been allocated by Congress.
The kumbaya moment may be over between Gov. Christie and federal officials who, apparently, have yet to respond to the Governor’s plea to pay 100 percent for full coverage for damages incurred during Superstorm Sandy...
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