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Recovery Continues After Sandy
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Ocean County’s Sandy Recovery Survey [AUDIO]

Ocean County health officials have launched an online survey in an effort to get a grasp on the needs that remain after Superstorm Sandy.

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Homes damaged from Sandy
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US Denies NJ Plea for Relief on Sandy Aid Rules

The federal government won't drop rules that many Superstorm Sandy victims say are among the biggest impediments to rebuilding more quickly.

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Jersey Shore
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Shore Towns Try to Lower Badge Prices [AUDIO]

Even though snow is still hanging around, beach season isn't too far away, and Jersey Shore communities are thinking of ways to attract visitors to each individual stretch of sand.

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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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Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable
Dept. of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Sandy Contractor Not Needed, Being Phased Out

The state of New Jersey says a company it hired to oversee the rebuilding of homes damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy is being phased out of its duties.

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Flooding from Superstorm Sandy
Flooding from Superstorm Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Flood Insurance Premiums Up In the Air [AUDIO]

While the U.S. Senate has approved a plan to delay a hike in flood insurance premiums, the measure remains stalled in the House of Representatives. This has Jersey Shore-based Superstorm Sandy victims and officials on edge.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Sandy Dollars Up for Grabs [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie announced Wednesday that funding has exceeded $11 million within a voucher program that targets Superstorm Sandy victims dealing with home repairs or temporary housing.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie announces the Sandy Working Families Living Expenses Voucher Program reached $11.3 million funding milestone in three months. (Tim Larsen/Governor's Office)
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Sandy Voucher Program Hits Funding Milestone

Gov. Chris Christie announced Wednesday that the state's Sandy Working Families Living Expenses Voucher Program has dished out more than $11 million to storm survivors since the program's inception three months ago.

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Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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Advocates Blast Gov’s Office Over Sandy Aid [AUDIO]

On Tuesday, community advocates told the state Senate Legislative Oversight Committee that the majority of New Jersey victims who applied for federal Sandy relief aid were rejected when they should have been approved. They blasted the Christie administration for lacking transparency in the process.

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Superstorm Sandy Recovery
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Ocean County Frustrated Over Sandy Funds [AUDIO]

Recovery from Sandy continues at the shore and all across New Jersey, nearly 16 months after the storm. Meanwhile, frustration continues to mount in Ocean County as many communities wait with bated breath for federal relief funds.

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