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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Christie on Sandy: Nine Months Later [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is offering a progress report on the state's recovery efforts, more than nine months since New Jersey was walloped by Superstorm Sandy.

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Governor Christie in Little Ferry
Governor Chris Christie announces that storm-affected homeowners have begun receiving $10,000 Homeowner Resettlement checks. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Deadline Approaching for Resettlement Grant [AUDIO]

You may be eligible for a $10 thousand check from the government, but if you don't act by tomorrow, the opportunity is gone.

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Governor Christie in Little Ferry
Governor Chris Christie announces that storm-affected homeowners have begun receiving $10,000 Homeowner Resettlement checks. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Sandy Resettlement Checks Going Out

Some New Jersey homeowners severely impacted by Superstorm Sandy have been receiving $10 thousand checks in the mail.

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Sandy destruction in South Mantoloking
Sandy destruction in South Mantoloking (Townsquare Media)
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Post-Sandy Planning Gets $5M

The Post Sandy Planning Assistance Grant Program is getting $5 million in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery funds.

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Flickr User Vlastula
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Sandy Eliminates Lifeguard Shortages at Jersey Shore [AUDIO]

It looks like there won't be a shortage of lifeguards on Ocean County beaches this summer.

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Sandy damage in Highlands
Sandy damage in Highlands (Hope For Highlands)
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Sandy-Impacted Communities Get $31 Million Boost

Sandy-impacted communities across New Jersey are receiving more than $31 million in grants to ensure essential services will continue to be provided to residents while the rebuilding continues.

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NJ Could Help Finance Storm-Resistant Homes

A New Jersey bill to help homeowners in build stronger, smarter, more storm-resistant homes has been approved by an Assembly panel. The legislation is sponsored by Assembly members Ruben Ramos, Grace Spencer and Tim Eustace.

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Governor Christie and President Barack Obama
Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama shake hands before the President speaks on the boardwalk in Asbury Park, N.J. on Tuesday, May 28, 2013. (Tim Larsen/Governor's Office)
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Obama Says NJ’s Storm Recovery Will Offer Hope to Okla.

Today, Gov. Chris Christie was joined by President Barack Obama to continue in the effort to let everyone know the Jersey Shore is open. Tonight, on his monthly Ask the Governor appearance on Townsquare Media's NJ 101.5 FM, Christie said Obama told him New Jersey’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy will likely give some comfort to those ravaged by tornadoes in Oklahoma.

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J Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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NJ Homeowners Hit by Sandy Can Apply for Grants

New Jersey is now accepting applications from homeowners seeking grants to rebuild homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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Michael Loccisano/Getty Images
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Long Term Recovery Groups Assist Post Sandy

Sandy victims in affected counties in New Jersey are getting a helping hand from community-based recovery groups that have been set up by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

In many cases Long Term Recovery Groups, or LTRGs, become involved when personal resources, insurance and government grants or loans are not sufficient to meet the needs of disaster survivors

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