Two years after Sandy struck, some residents are finally getting their homes cleaned up, said Mike Stimson with Habitat for Humanity.
Christie made the announcement Tuesday in Little Ferry, the site of widespread flooding from the Hackensack River after the storm hit last October.
On Monday, Donovan a report that makes 69 recommendations for developing a strategy for rebuilding areas damaged by Sandy.
Homeowners in the nine hardest-hit counties in the state can use the $10,000 grants for any non-construction purpose.
Plenty of money has been sunk into rebuilding New Jersey’s economy, but some state officials said that hasn’t trickled down to help the homeowners who are still trying to rebuild.
The $85 billion budget-cutting mechanism could affect everything from commercial flights to classrooms to meat inspections.
The Firefighter-to-Firefighter Assistance Program anonymously matches firefighters who help in rebuilding with other firefighters.
The storm system is the same one that dumped snow and sleet on the nation’s midsection and unleashed damaging tornadoes around the South.
New Jersey’s Senate budget committee has toured areas in Bergen County hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy and is hearing from local officials about damages.
More than a month after the levee broke during Superstorm Sandy and put large sections of Little Ferry and Moonachie, N.J., under water and mud, some residents said their insurance companies have left them high and dry.
In Little Ferry, N.J., a town torn apart by Superstorm Sandy, residents Tuesday night were hoping for a little luck through the Powerball lottery after a long month.
It was back to school Monday for hundreds of New Jersey children who had been out of class since Superstorm Sandy hit. But because of flood damage, children in Little Ferry were sent to a school nearly half an hour away in Lyndhurst.
Touring storm-ravaged New Jersey with Gov. Chris Christie Wednesday, President Barack Obama pledged that all affected residents would get help as quickly as possible.
Smoke and flames from a two-alarm fire at the Victoria Car Dealership in Little Ferry could be seen for miles Tuesday morning.
Due to the poor economy and a shrinking police force, one New Jersey town is resorting to a different way to protect themselves.