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Damage From Hurricane Sandy
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Sandy Relief Money Coming to Ocean County [AUDIO]

Over a year later, some Ocean County municipalities are still waiting for Superstorm Sandy recovery money. But the wait may soon be over.

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Sandy Renters
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Critics: Sandy Aid Distribution Mishandled

Advocates for low-income and Spanish-speaking New Jersey residents say the Christie administration is botching the distribution of Superstorm Sandy recovery aid.

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Mayor Dawn Zimmer (L) of Hoboken with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R)
Mayor Dawn Zimmer of Hoboken with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Hoboken Officials Won’t Give Christie Information

Officials in Hoboken say they will not grant interviews to a lawyer for Gov. Chris Christie or give him documents regarding the mayor's claim that two Christie cabinet members told her last year that the city's post-Sandy aid would be linked to her support for a real-estate project.

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Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Gives Some Another Shot at Sandy Aid

New Jersey is giving applicants deemed ineligible for grants to help rebuild their homes after Superstorm Sandy another chance to appeal.

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Sandy-damaged housing
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More Sandy Money Coming to NJ [AUDIO]

Housing and infrastructure will be the joint focus of the next round of Sandy relief money allocated to New Jersey.

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Homes damaged from Sandy
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Homes, Infrastructure Focus of Next Sandy NJ Aid

Restoring housing and shoring up critical infrastructure will be the focus of how New Jersey spends its next round of Superstorm Sandy relief money.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Chris Christie Pushed Sandy Aid for Town Not Hit Hard

Gov. Chris Christie helped direct federal Superstorm Sandy aid to a long-planned housing project in a community not hit hard by the storm just before the town's mayor endorsed him for re-election, according to a published report.

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