New Jersey Hurricane Sandy (DR-4086)

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July 21, 2014
News Release
EATONTOWN, N.J. – When the NJ-Sandy Recovery Office moved from their previous facility in Lincroft to new office space in Eatontown last June, FEMA’s state partners moved their offices, too. FEMA’s key partners in the state Office of Emergency Management work just down the hall from their FEMA colleagues in the new facility. That proximity is a big plus when it comes to sharing expertise and working together to resolve any potential stumbling block.
July 14, 2014
News Release
EATONTOWN, N.J. -- New Jersey comes by its nickname, “The Garden State,” honestly, as the agricultural industry brings more than $987 million into the state’s economy. The state is among the top ten producers of cranberries, peaches, spinach, bell peppers, blueberries, cucumbers, squash and tomatoes in the United States, according to the New Jersey Farm Service Agency.
June 27, 2014
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- With another hurricane season just getting under way, residents of New Jersey may look upon the prospect of another storm with a great deal more apprehension than they felt before Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey coast. New Jersey residents have witnessed firsthand the destructive power of a storm like Sandy. Sandy was not the first storm to wreak havoc in New Jersey, but she was one of the most powerful to strike the state in many decades, and the damage she inflicted was widespread.
June 5, 2014
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. – New Jersey’s 21 counties are following the state’s lead in developing hazard mitigation plans that will ensure all of the state’s 565 municipalities will be eligible for federal funding for mitigation projects.
May 28, 2014
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. ­-- Millions of people enjoy living near the water, but few people actually want to live in it. When a property or a neighborhood experiences repeated flooding, costs for the property owner, the community and the state can escalate rapidly. Flooding may impact the stability of a home or an entire neighborhood, damage or destroy personal property, impact property values and lead to injuries or loss of life. Emergency responders may risk their own lives to help residents escape rising waters.
May 22, 2014
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency has closed its first Public Assistance projects undertaken in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

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