Following the playbook used after Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency ships scores of mobile homes into New Jersey for families whose homes have been wiped out by Superstorm Sandy.
Taking action to provide immediate and emergency repairs to return families to their homes and secure structures from additional damage this winter, Governor Chris Christie today announced the implementation of FEMA’s Sheltering and Temporary Essential Power (STEP) Pilot Program in the 5 New Jersey counties.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says to date, 240,000 New Jersey residents have applied for individual disaster assistance and they have distributed $272 million, a majority of that for shore homeowners.
If you receive a low interest loan application in the mail from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) after applying to FEMA, don't throw it out. The application is the portal to the disaster assistance you need.
According to a press release by the Governor's office, nine disaster recovery centers in the western part of New Jersey will be starting a rotating schedule for three days at a time, beginning today, Monday Nov 26th.
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