FEMA reaches out to disaster survivors in New Jersey

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Manville, N.J., September 13, 2011 -- Oya Harris, a disaster survivor, listens to FEMA representatives at a community meeting at the Manville Fire Department. Representatives from the office of Congressman Leonard Lance (District 7) meet with constituents and with  representatives of FEMA to address concerns from homeowners and business people related to the county's and FEMA's response to the severe flooding caused by Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011. FEMA Community Relations, Intergovernmental Affairs, Congressional Affairs and PIO Specialists along with specialists from the Small Business Administration (SBA) actively partner with the state and local governments to assist disaster survivors. Photo by Christopher Mardorf /  FEMA.
Manville, N.J., September 13, 2011 -- Oya Harris, a disaster survivor, listens to FEMA representatives at a community meeting at the Manville Fire Department. Representatives from the office of Congressman Leonard Lance (District 7) meet with constituents and with representatives of FEMA to address concerns from homeowners and business people related to the county's and FEMA's response to the severe flooding caused by Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011. FEMA Community Relations, Intergovernmental Affairs, Congressional Affairs and PIO Specialists along with specialists from the Small Business Administration (SBA) actively partner with the state and local governments to assist disaster survivors. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA. - Location: Manville, NJ
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