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February 21, 2014

The Christie administration put out a release Thursday aimed at what it said were misconceptions about Sandy funding. According to the administration, 71.6 percent of Sandy housing funding has gone to low- and moderate-income families, which are defined as those with incomes less than 80 percent of an area’s median income.

The public has an erroneous conception that low- and moderate-income residents have not been given enough priority, according to the release. It adds that the administration plans to spend $735 million -- or half of its second-round resettlement program -- to help homeowners and renters repair and rebuild.

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