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Sandy Renters
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Post-Sandy Loan, Grant Programs Announced

Gov. Chris Christie wants to focus the first big grant of federal aid to recover from Superstorm Sandy on helping rebuild homes for low- and moderate-income people and small businesses.

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Sammy Hager
David Lee Roth and Sammy Hager (right) (Scott Gries, Getty Images)
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Sammy Hagar Won’t Redo Beach Bar Damaged by Sandy

Right now, Sammy Hagar is looking for a new place to open a beach bar.

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Help Paraplegic Toms River Man Rebuild his Home After Sandy

Eric Katz, a 30-year-old paraplegic, Toms River, NJ native, who has devoted his life to building and creating artificial limbs for amputees, lost his home and everything he owned during Hurricane Sandy.

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Trash piled up in Seaside Heights after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Christie Praises Sandy Relief Fund Run by Wife

Gov. Chris Christie is defending the delay in dispersing $32 million in donations from a Superstorm Sandy relief fund headed by his wife.

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New Jersey Shore Still Heavily Damaged Months After Hurricane Sandy
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NJ Insurance Boss Praises Banks Helping Sandy Victims

The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance is praising the banking community for helping to pursue ways to accelerate the release of insurance proceeds to Garden State homeowners affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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CEO of AshBritt Expected to Address NJ Senators

New Jersey state Senators are preparing to grill the CEO of an environmental cleanup firm that received a major state contract to clean up debris left by Superstorm Sandy last year.

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Website Would Help New Jerseyans Find Gas [AUDIO]

A new bill advancing in Trenton would make it easier for New Jerseyans to find gasoline during emergencies. 

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Downed Power Lines
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Power Companies to Improve Communication [AUDIO]

By summer, the state's utility companies will be required to increase interaction with their customers before and after major weather events, as well as during widespread power outages.

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PATH, MTA, SEPTA Get Sandy Funds

Nearly $390 million in federal disaster funding has been allocated to reimburse the MTA, PATH, and SEPTA for expenses incurred before and during Superstorm Sandy.

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Sandy Renters
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Report Finds Low-Income Renters Hard Hit by Sandy

A new report finds low-income residents and renters in New Jersey and New York were particularly hard hit by Superstorm Sandy.

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