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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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Flickr User Jay Greinsky
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Can Anything Be Done To Stop New Jersey’s Flooding Problems? [AUDIO]

With parts of New Jersey experiencing so-called "hundred year floods" on an annual basis for the past 3 years, legislators are introducing a measure they say will develop short term relief and long term solutions.

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Flickr User Vik Nanda
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NJ Flood Prone Home Buyouts On The Way

Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin met today with mayors and other elected officials to give them an update on the state’s efforts to mitigate the impacts of flooding in the Passaic River Basin. Martin told the officials that 540 residential properties, representing $121 million in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant commitments, have been approved for buy-outs in flood-prone municipalities.

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Franklin Township after Irene (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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More Rain, Not Dams, Causing NJ Flooding, Says Reports

A new report says a much-criticized dam and floodgate system in northern New Jersey isn't responsible for massive flooding that has occurred downstream over the last two years.

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Shrewsbury River
Shrewsbury River (Flickr User Stinkie Pinkie)
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Sea Bright Homes Damaged in 2010 Snowstorm Get More Money

Sea Bright homes that frequently experience flooding during snowstorms and other weather events could soon see a decrease in flood damage thanks to over a million dollars in federal funding. 

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Flickr User US Fish and Wildlife- Northeast Region
Flickr User US Fish and Wildlife- Northeast Region
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NJ At Risk For Major Flooding From Rising Seas [POLL]

Thousands of New Jersey residents live in homes more prone to flooding from rising seas, according to a new study by a Princeton-based research group, Climate Central.

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USDA Announces $308M for Disaster-Striken Areas

The nation's top agriculture official on Wednesday announced more than $300 million in emergency  assistance to 33 states and Puerto Rico to help them recover from an unusually intense year for natural disasters across the U.S.

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Anti-Flooding Measures Await Christie’s Signature

Two anti-flooding measures have been sent to the governor's office by the New Jersey Legislature.

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Franklin Hurricane Irene
Franklin Township after Irene (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Legislation Would Let Towns Buy Up Flood-Prone Properties [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey has suffered through record flooding this year. Some areas were still recovering from Hurricane Irene when they were socked again by the freak blizzard in late October. Residents in some areas say they still hadn't fully rebuilt from previous storms. Those New Jerseyans who live in flood-prone areas could be getting some relief.

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