The cost to clean up the damage left behind by Superstorm Sandy isn't cheap. No one knows that better than Ocean County officials, who are set to approve an emergency appropriation this week. It will be the third one since the storm hit back in October.
Hurricane Sandy is estimated to have wiped out around two percent of Ocean County's tax base - as much as two billion dollars worth of damage. However, officials believe it's still too early to predict the impact it will have on property taxes.
Superstorm survivors looking for federal financial help just got extra time to apply. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, prodded by New Jersey officials, extended the application window to March 1, 2013.
Not to be outdone by the current administrations small business visits, State Senate Majority Leader Steve Sweeney kicks off his own “Small Business Listening Tour” with stops in Monmouth and Ocean County.
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