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Explainer: FEMA’s Rating System Provides Incentives for Safer Construction
Scott Gurian | January 7, 2014 | More Issues, Planning, Explainer, Sandy
Program rewards Shore towns that take steps to make their residents less vulnerable to future storms
Sandy Recovery Still Slow in Forgotten Parts of Jersey Shore
Scott Gurian | December 17, 2013 | More Issues, Sandy
Tourist destinations get most of the attention while reconstruction lags in other locales
The List: Ten NJ Communities Still Struggling to Recover From Sandy
Scott Gurian | December 9, 2013 | More Issues, The List, Sandy
Residents across the central and southern parts of the state are still waiting to get on with their lives
Sandy Poses Special Problems for Immigrant Day Laborers Aiding Recovery Effort
Scott Gurian | December 2, 2013 | More Issues, Sandy
Often working under unsafe conditions with little or no training or equipment, unauthorized workers are particularly vulnerable to post-Sandy hazards
Profile: Taking the Very Long View on Floodplain Management
Scott Gurian | November 27, 2013 | More Issues, Profiles
John Miller balances the need to think decades ahead with immediate concerns about helping people, businesses, and communities survive tomorrow's storms
Christie Administration Reflects on Sandy Recovery Progress and Challenges
Scott Gurian | November 21, 2013 | Sandy
Top state officials look back at ‘one hell of a year’ of working to rebuild homes and rebuild lives
NJ Sandy Recovery Fails to Consider Long-term Climate Predictions
Scott Gurian | November 12, 2013 | Sandy
Is Jersey setting itself up to fail in its recovery efforts by not planning far enough out?
Explainer: Putting Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act in Perspective
Scott Gurian | November 12, 2013 | More Issues, Planning, Explainer, Sandy
Law to increase insurance rates could spell trouble for residents of the Jersey Shore
Administration Faulted for Lack of Transparency with Sandy Recovery
Scott Gurian | November 4, 2013 | Sandy
Storm czar, DCA head continue to duck legislative committee meetings, prompting members to consider using subpoenas to compel their presence
Lessons from Superstorm Sandy: Planning for What Lies Ahead
Scott Gurian | October 30, 2013 | Sandy
One year after storm, concerns raised about future risks
Sandy: Following the Money, Assessing NJ’s Recovery One Year Later
Scott Gurian | October 29, 2013 | Sandy
State distributes aid money, announces buyouts, and plans dunes -- but some still wait for help to arrive
Tracking the Federal Sandy Aid Money One Year Later
Scott Gurian | October 29, 2013 | Sandy
Where did it go, and how will it help prepare us for future storms?
One Year Ago, Sandy Visited the Jersey Shore – and Changed It Forever
Scott Gurian | October 22, 2013 | Podcasts, Sandy
Reporter Scott Gurian takes part in a discussion looking back at the superstorm and examining its legacy
Homeowners Hit By Sandy Get More Time to Appeal Settlements
Scott Gurian | October 2, 2013 | Sandy
FEMA approves 6-month extension to prove losses in order to challenge flood insurance payouts.
With Insurance Settlements Still In Limbo, Sandy Victims Turn to Legal Remedies
Scott Gurian | September 24, 2013 | Sandy
Survivors up and down the Shore are fighting with insurance companies, worried that their payouts won't be big enough to let them rebuild
Poll: Does Seaside Fire Qualify as Sandy-Related Damage?
Scott Gurian | September 19, 2013 | Polling, Sandy
Another disaster befalls hurricane-hammered Jersey Shore, but should funds earmarked for Sandy be used to rebuild?
North Jersey Still Struggling to Recover from Hurricane Sandy
Scott Gurian | September 17, 2013 | Sandy
Jersey City meeting details some of the damage that superstorm inflicted on urban centers
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