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NJ Mayors Concerned About New FEMA Flood Maps [POLL/AUDIO]

The new FEMA flood maps recommend that residents in flood zones in ten counties consider raising their homes anywhere between one and five feet.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Congress to Vote Friday on Sandy Flood Aid

Many home and business owners flooded out by Superstorm Sandy could get insurance payouts soon through congressional action expected Friday on a $9.7 billion bill to replenish the National Flood Insurance Program.

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Manasquan watershed area in Howell between Bergerville Rd & The Moors Landing
Manasquan watershed area in Howell between Bergerville Rd & The Moors Landing (Monmouth County Police, Fire & EMS via Facebook)
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Storm Sends NJ Rivers, Streams Over Flood Stage

A post-Christmas storm has brought high winds and snow to New Jersey.

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Report: NJ Transit Knew Of Flood Warnings

A new report says NJ Transit was warned about flooding in its northern New Jersey rail yards months before Superstorm Sandy struck.

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NJ Coastal Flood Risk Maps Released

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says that data gathered before Superstorm Sandy shows that New Jersey's coastal flood risk is worse than previously believed.

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Damage in Normandy Beach from Hurricane Sandy
Damage in Normandy Beach from Hurricane Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Governor Christie Says Forced Home Buyouts Not Likely [POLL/AUDIO]

In some areas of the state homes are damaged or destroyed after every major storm. They're often rebuilt in part with the use of tax dollars, both state and federal.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
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State Should Buy Out Flood-Prone Homes, Says Senate President [AUDIO]

In the Garden State, a new slogan emerging could be, "If we build it, another storm will knock it down."

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Flooding at a home on Coolidge Avenue in Toms River
Flooding at a home on Coolidge Avenue in Toms River (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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Just Average Summer Rainfall Despite Deluges [AUDIO]

Some parts of the Garden State may get pounded with more heavy rains today, which could lead to more localized flash flooding.

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Flooding in Long Branch
Flooding in Long Branch (StarsMediaOnline)
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Heavy Rains Cause Flooding In Monmouth, Ocean Counties

Heavy rains on Monday afternoon caused flooding in areas of Monmouth and Ocean counties.

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Bergen County Courthouse (Bergen County Sheriff's Office)
Bergen County Courthouse (Bergen County Sheriff's Office)
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Bergen County Courthouse Closed Due to Flooding

Authorities closed the Bergen County Courthouse on Monday afternoon after a drug court defendant allegedly kicked and damaged a water pipe, spurring flooding that injured two people.

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