WASHINGTON — The New Jersey congressional delegation is asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to extend until Dec. 15 its deadline for receiving requests from Hurricane Sandy homeowners to reconsider their damage claims. The lawmakers, in a letter to FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate, sought another three months to give all homeowners enough time to contact the… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: August 16th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Bob Menendez, Chris Smith, Cory Booker, FEMA, Hurricane Sandy, Monmouth County News, RREM, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: Bob Mendendez, Congressman Chris Smith, Cory Booker, Craig Fugate, FEMA, FEMA deadline, Monmouth County News | Comments Off on N.J. lawmakers: Give homeowners 3 more months for Sandy claims
FEMA will be reimbursing New Jersey towns impacted by Superstorm Sandy 90% of their cleanup and rebuilding costs, Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ4) announced on Tuesday evening.
The approval will provide an immediate and additional $262 million for already obligated funding and it will cover all additional local government approved funding. Funds will cover: Public Assistance Grant emergency work and permanent work including debris removal; emergency protective measures; road systems and bridges; water control facilities; buildings; contents and equipment; utilities, and; parks.Art Gallagher | Filed under: #STTS, Chris Smith, Congress, FEMA, Flood Maps, Hurricane Sandy, Jersey Shore, Stronger Than The Storm, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: 90-10 reimbursement, Chris Smith, Congressman Chris Smith, Craig Fugate, FEMA | 4 Comments »