New Jersey Hurricane Sandy (DR-4086)

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February 6, 2013
Updates
As recovery carries on in New Jersey and hurricane season nears, Hurricane Sandy survivors may be asking themselves: What can I do to make sure my property doesn’t flood again? The Federal Emergency Management Agency reminds residents living in flood-prone areas to take proactive measures to reduce their risk of damage and loss from flooding. Below are some frequently asked questions  and the mitigation resources available to answer them. Is my property at risk of flooding?
February 6, 2013
Updates
Federal Emergency Management Agency Assistance Helps With Uninsured Losses to Essential Living Areas of Primary Residences.
February 6, 2013
News Release
Linda and Bill Tanchak are a lively New Jersey couple who have been together for more than 45 years. They married in 1968 and lived in Marlboro Township in Monmouth County for a majority of that time. In 2011, they packed up their house and moved into their new apartment on the shore in Asbury Park. Two years later, in late October, they would add another very important event to their timeline: surviving Hurricane Sandy. THE STORM
February 6, 2013
News Release
TRENTON, N.J. -- Hurricane Sandy survivors in New Jersey live in one of the most culturally diverse states in the country and communicate in numerous languages. The Federal Emergency Management Agency works to reach all of them. People with disabilities and/or access and functional needs are now the focus of the first full-scale operation by FEMA to offer ready access to valuable disaster assistance and recovery information in all disaster recovery centers.
February 5, 2013
Updates
 Elevating Your HomeLive in a coastal county? Know your risk. Know your role. Take action.

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