New Jersey Hurricane Sandy (DR-4086)

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October 23, 2013
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- As the sun rose over the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor on the morning after Superstorm Sandy, evidence of the storm’s destructive power lay everywhere.The once-picturesque marina was in shambles. Some 200 sailboats, dinghies and massive cabin cruisers had been carried from the harbor by the storm surge, landing in parking lots, streets and yards across a wide swath of the 1.2 mile square borough.
October 23, 2013
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- Boardwalks are the backbone of many of New Jersey’s shore communities. Often lined with shops, amusements and restaurants, and serving as the main access points to beaches, boardwalks are the magnets that attract tourists to beach towns.
October 8, 2013
News Release
 LINCROFT, N.J.  -- Superstorm Sandy survivors will have more time to file critical paperwork for their flood insurance settlements. The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced on Oct. 1 that it has extended the deadline for filing proof-of-loss claims for a second time. The new deadline is April 28, 2014.
October 8, 2013
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- Disaster assistance to New Jersey survivors of Superstorm Sandy by the numbers as of October 7: Total Federal Assistance: $5.6 billion
October 3, 2013
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- As the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, some New Jersey survivors who didn’t apply for federal disaster assistance may now need help. While the deadline to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency has passed, assistance may still be available from voluntary organizations through NJ 2-1-1. NJ-2-1-1 is a confidential service funded by local United Way chapters in partnership with the State Department of Human Services, the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, and the Department of Children and Families.
October 1, 2013
News Release
LINCROFT, N.J. -- New Jersey’s education sector, including public and private schools, colleges and universities, was one of the most seriously affected by Superstorm Sandy. Yet, of more than 2,000 schools, only five did not reopen during the school year, and only one was unable to reopen by the start of the 2013-14 school year.

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