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August 16, 2004
News Release
Why Care About Flooding in New Jersey? Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Not counting the damages still being assessed from Hurricane Charley last week in Florida, they've caused more than $7.1 billion in U.S. flood losses in the last 10 years. There is a 26 percent chance of experiencing a flood during the life of a 30-year mortgage, compared to a four percent chance of fire. However, losses due to flooding are not covered under typical homeowner's and business insurance policies.
August 13, 2004
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August 13, 2004
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MT. LAUREL, N.J. -- FEMA and State emergency management officials invite residents of the Lumberton area, who were affected by the recent flooding, to come to a Town Meeting on Wednesday August 18 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Lumberton Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Drive. Speakers will explain disaster assistance programs and provide updates on short and long-term recovery issues.
August 12, 2004
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Mount Laurel, N.J. -- Individuals and business owners in the two disaster-designated counties of Burlington and Camden, who sustained damage in the severe storms or floods that occurred between July 12-23, have only one month to apply for disaster assistance. Thursday, September 16 is the last day registrations will be accepted for individual assistance. Loan applications to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for disaster-related losses to real and personal property must be submitted by September 14.
August 12, 2004
News Release
Each year, hurricanes bring flooding to communities up to hundreds of miles from the coast. Some of the greatest rainfall comes from weaker storms that stall over an area. This hurricane season, make sure you're protected from flood damage. Know the facts about flood insurance and learn how to have a FloodSmart home. What You Should Know About Flood Insurance
August 11, 2004
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August 9, 2004
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MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. -- Camden County officials are invited to briefings which will explain the process of applying for federal disaster assistance for debris removal, emergency protective measures and the repair, restoration and replacement of public facilities damaged in the wake of severe storms and flooding of July 12 to July 23, 2004. Federal and state disaster recovery officials announced today that the briefings will take place on Wednesday August 11 at 10 a.m. at Lindenwold High School
August 9, 2004
News Release
Recovery Facts as of 8-9-2004 2010 – registrations for assistance from the two counties declared for federal assistance (Burlington and Camden). 986 – visitors to Disaster Recovery Centers in Cherry Hill, Medford and Lumberton.
August 6, 2004
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Recovery Facts as of 8-6-2004 1924 – registrations for assistance from the two counties declared for federal assistance (Burlington and Camden). 943 – visitors to Disaster Recovery Centers in Camden, Medford and Lumberton.
August 5, 2004
News Release
The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management have announced the creation of an Interagency Waterway Infrastructure Improvement Task Force to develop strategies for repairing and restoring dams impacted by the 1,000-year storm which ravaged parts of Burlington and Camden Counties on July 12 and 13. The Task Force will evaluate the storm’s impact upon the streams, waterways, dams and spillways in the disaster area and study means to lessen or prevent similar damage in the future.

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