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East Coast Begins To Clean Up And Assess Damage From Hurricane Sandy
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FEMA Pays Out Nearly $248 Million in NJ

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has paid out nearly $248 million one month since Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey.

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FEMA following Sandy
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How to Avoid FEMA Scams [AUDIO]

If Hurricane Sandy damaged your home or property, knowing there is support in the way of FEMA funding can provide some reassurance, but while the federal agency is set up to help, they're cognizant of the scammers out there.

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NJ FEMA Information for Thanksgiving Weekend [AUDIO]

This morning (11/21) FEMA spokesperson Darrell Habisch called in to update NJ as to the latest efforts going on as FEMA assists NJ in our restoration efforts.

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Damage from Sandy in Lavallette (Borough of Lavallette)
Damage from Sandy in Lavallette (Borough of Lavallette)
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FEMA Spokesperson Gives Helpful Unemployment Advice for Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

Fema Spokesperson Darrell Habisch called in to Jim Gearhart's show this morning to give us an update on FEMA's efforts going on throughout the Garden State to assist Sandy victims.

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Superstorm Tests Army Corps Beach Replenishment Projects [AUDIO]

New Jersey's beaches and dune systems took a pounding during Superstorm Sandy but it also served as the ultimate test for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers massive beach replenishment projects.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Towns Across New Jersey Add Up Sandy’s Costs [AUDIO]

Towns all across the Garden State affected by Hurricane Sandy continue to calculate the costs for their cleanup and recovery operation.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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NJ Congressmen Expect Federal Aid After Sandy

The Christie administration is still compiling damage figures from Hurricane Sandy, but New Jersey's congressional delegation is confident the federal government will be there to help.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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FEMA Helps NJ Towns Recover From Disaster [POLL/AUDIO]

Superstorm Sandy threatened more than just homes. In addition to the many assistance programs available to help people recover from disasters, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers a helping hand to communities, county and state agencies and some private non-profit organizations that suffered storm and flooding damage.

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Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
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The Most Common Myths About Hurricane Sandy FEMA Aid

Due to rumors circulating on various blogs and Social Media Pages about response and relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, FEMA has issued the following information to clear up common myths and spread the truth about FEMA Aid.

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Allison Joyce, Getty Images
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FEMA Spokesperson Warns of Scams [AUDIO]

FEMA Spokesperson Darell Habisch was on the air with Jim (11/13) to update NJ on FEMA's continuing efforts to help the state recover from Hurricane Sandy.

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