Federal investigators have questioned officials in Seaside Heights, where a roller coaster famously plunged into the sea during Superstorm Sandy, about bills the community submitted for cleanup and recovery.
A Jersey shore town is appealing to the federal government to build dunes at the end of three streets that were excluded from a beach replenishment project because homeowners wouldn't sign access papers to allow the work.
Nine months after Superstorm Sandy, AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning Garden State residents that numerous vehicles that were submerged in flood waters and salt water to varying degrees are showing up on used car lots.
Under the direction of the Christie Administration, the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) will host a mobile office in Toms River on Aug. 12. Officials will be on hand to answer questions about the DOBI’s mediation program, and assist in filing insurance claims related to damages caused by Superstorm Sandy.
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