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Mortgage Relief for NJ Homeowners Still Dealing with Sandy Damage

John Reitmeyer | December 22, 2016 | Sandy, After Sandy

Thousands of victims of the superstorm are paying rent on temporary housing while struggling to make their mortgage payments

Calls for NJ to Return Millions in Federal Aid for ‘Troubled’ Sandy Rebuild

Meir Rinde | October 24, 2016 | Sandy, After Sandy
But state disputes federal audit that criticized aid rebuilding programs and poor oversight of company hired to administer them
Federal Audit Finds New Jersey Failed to Control Sandy Funds
NJTV News Online | October 5, 2016 | Sandy
HUD audit concludes Garden State should return money if it cannot justify certain expenditures
How Many New Jersey Homes Were Seriously Damaged by Superstorm Sandy?
Scott Gurian | November 18, 2015 | Sandy
With Christie administration refusing to clarify source of its numbers, storm-victim advocates argue governor has seriously exaggerated damage to score political points
Sandy’s Legacy Includes Heightened Awareness of Behavioral-Health Needs
Andrew Kitchenman | October 30, 2015 | Healthcare, Sandy
Health experts see broader support for making needed referrals ever since storm slammed the Shore
NJ’s Sandy Recovery Three Years In: Progress Made, But Lessons Left to Learn
Scott Gurian | October 29, 2015 | Sandy
Some of the people most closely involved in the recovery offer their assessments and advice for the next big storm
Three Years after Sandy, Many Homeowners Displaced by Storm Remain in Limbo
Jon Hurdle | October 28, 2015 | Sandy
Protesters camping out near State House say they’re still waiting for full amount of aid they need to complete repairs and rebuilding
More Than 25% of Sandy Victims Still Experience Mental-Health Aftereffects
Andrew Kitchenman | July 30, 2015 | Healthcare, Sandy
Report by state cites need for continued screening and underscores lessons learned for handling future disasters
Community-Based Flood Insurance: Would It Work in New Jersey?
Jon Hurdle | July 29, 2015 | Sandy
One potential fatal flaw: Homeowners at low risk could end up subsidizing neighbors in high-risk zones
Why New Jersey Got Billions Less Than New York in FEMA Disaster Aid After Sandy
Scott Gurian | July 9, 2015 | Sandy
Critics say New Jersey could have been more proactive, fighting harder for more money
Some Sandy Victims Have Second Thoughts About Reopening Insurance Claims
Scott Gurian | June 12, 2015 | Sandy
Advocates for property owners caution that chance to get more federal money could have strings attached
Worrisome Legacy of Sandy: High Lead Levels from Debris, Washed-Up Trash
WHYY/NewsWorks | June 11, 2015 | Sandy
Tests show about 6 percent of kids living in seven affected NJ counties with elevated levels
State Proposes Revisions to Rules Governing Flood-Zone, Coastal Construction
Scott Gurian | June 2, 2015 | Sandy
Critics say changes could make Garden State more vulnerable, but supporters praise reduced bureaucracy
Jersey Shore Poised for Third Summer Season Since Superstorm Sandy
Scott Gurian | May 22, 2015 | Sandy
DEP commissioner, coastal scientists say beaches are in great shape, but some challenges remain
Why Were Homeowners Hit by Superstorm Sandy Left High-and-Dry by Their Insurers?
WNYC | May 15, 2015 | Sandy
Follow the money trail, which leads to a most unlikely culprit – the Federal Emergency Management Agency
Feds Probe Why Sandy Victims Were Shortchanged on Flood-Insurance Claims
Scott Gurian | May 11, 2015 | Sandy
Critics call for wide-ranging, structural reforms to ensure problems encountered after Sandy don’t happen again
Amid Headline-Grabbing Bridgegate Indictments, Hoboken Probe Comes to End
Scott Gurian | May 2, 2015 | Politics, Sandy
U.S. Attorney tells Christie administration cabinet officials that federal investigation has closed
Two-and-a-Half Years After Hurricane Sandy, Storm Victims Still Struggle
Scott Gurian | April 29, 2015 | Sandy
Variety of problems cause ongoing delays for homeowners trying to rebuild
High Levels of Lead in Blood Called Yet Another Legacy of Hurricane Sandy
NJTV News | April 23, 2015 | Sandy
Demolition of older storm-damaged buildings with lead paint unleashes airborne dust
Are Insurance Adjusters Lowballing Estimates for Hurricane Sandy Damages?
Scott Gurian | April 22, 2015 | Sandy
For storm victims fighting their flood-insurance companies, tampered engineering reports may be just the tip of the iceberg
Profile: In Storm-Ravaged Sea Bright, Artist’s Knitting Group is Tie That Binds
Scott Gurian | April 22, 2015 | Profiles, Sandy
Artist helps beautify battered town and relieve stress in a community still struggling to recover from Sandy
Army Corps Starts Work on Two Major Beach-Protection Projects at Shore
Scott Gurian | April 20, 2015 | Sandy
Projects intended to make coastline less vulnerable to storms, but critics raise variety of concerns
Union Beach Flood-Control Project Offers Hope to Community Ravaged by Sandy
Scott Gurian | April 9, 2015 | Sandy
Residents are thrilled by the news, while environmentalists await further details of ambitious waterfront construction plan
Sandy Recovery Problems Still Dog Christie as He Mulls Run for President
Scott Gurian | April 8, 2015 | Sandy
Governor’s tepid follow-up on superstorm has already lost the backing of some well-heeled party faithful
Jersey Shore Homeowners Cry Foul Over New Fees Added to Insurance Premiums
NJTV | April 2, 2015 | Sandy
Surcharges described by officials as needed to lower huge debt run up by national flood-insurance program in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
The List: 10 Groups Still Helping New Jersey’s Sandy Victims Recover
Scott Gurian | March 30, 2015 | The List, Sandy
For many NJ residents, Hurricane Sandy is yesterday’s news; for others, it remains a day-to-day struggle
Community Kitchen Serves Up Hope for Town Struggling to Recover from Sandy
Scott Gurian | March 26, 2015 | Sandy
Pop-up restaurant in Union Beach offers food to storm victims, regardless of ability to pay
Profile: Helping Sandy Victims Rebuild Their Lives, One Room at a Time
Scott Gurian | March 25, 2015 | Profiles, Sandy
Katherine Koehler and her crew make newly rehabbed houses feel a bit more like home
FEMA's Appeals Process Favored Insurance Companies Almost Every Time
March 18, 2015 | Sandy
Federal agency says it will implement a number of reforms, including greater oversight
Hurricane Sandy Victims Sue Insurers, Charging Firms Bilked Them on Claims
Scott Gurian | March 17, 2015 | Sandy
Class-action lawsuits allege companies failed to pay sales tax as part of settlements, costing policyholders thousands of dollars
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