An analysis of state data shows that nearly one-third of the federal housing aid earmarked for affordable housing projects associated with Hurricane Sandy went to counties other than those hardest-hit by the storm, the Star-Ledger reports.
Nearly 15 months since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, and a year since Congress approved a multibillion dollar aid package, a number of Garden-Staters still have no real place to call home.
Federal rules require that at least half of the Superstorm Sandy aid coming to New Jersey goes to residents at or below moderate income levels, but the Christie administration has tilted the scales even more in favor of lower-income residents, a newspaper found.
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