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FEMA’s appeals process favored insurance companies almost every time

FEMA’s appeals process favored insurance companies almost every time

CHARLES LANE / WNYC - FEMA has taken the unprecedented step ofreopening all Superstorm Sandy flood claimsbecause thousands of homeowners said insurance [go to article]

Guarded optimism on reopening Sandy-related flood claims

Guarded optimism on reopening Sandy-related flood claims

SCOTT GURIAN / WNYC - Sandy-affected homeowners and storm-victim advocates in New Jersey say they’re generally pleased with the news that FEMA has agreed to reopen [go to article]

Senate president drafts bill aimed at speeding, streamlining Sandy recovery

Senate president drafts bill aimed at speeding, streamlining Sandy recovery

SCOTT GURIAN / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) -- who’s thought to be considering a run for governor [go to article]

FEMA to reopen 142,000 claims by Hurricane Sandy homeowners, N.J. senators say

FEMA to reopen 142,000 claims by Hurricane Sandy homeowners, N.J. senators say

JONATHAN D. SALANT / NJ.COM - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to reopen claims filed by nearly 142,000 [go to article]

Explainer: Why some Sandy survivors have been asked to pay back aid they’ve received

Explainer: Why some Sandy survivors have been asked to pay back aid they’ve received

SCOTT GURIAN / NJ SPOTLIGHT - In the aftermath of Sandy, two of the main places many storm victims turned for assistance were FEMA [go to article]

Hurricane Sandy payments could be delayed if shutdown happens, Obama administration warns

Hurricane Sandy payments could be delayed if shutdown happens, Obama administration warns

JONATHAN D. SALANT / NJ.COM - Hurricane Sandy victims face delays in government payments if the U.S. Homeland Security Department [go to article]

Sandy study: Not all dunes worked

Sandy study: Not all dunes worked

TODD B. BATES / APP.COM - Some people don't like dunes because they block their beloved ocean view. Some fear that allowing [go to article]

600 Sandy-damaged homes could be demolished

600 Sandy-damaged homes could be demolished

JEAN MIKLE / DAILY RECORD - State officials, relying on some $25 million in federal funds, have identified about 600 Sandy-ravaged residential buildings [go to article]

Anger remains over pace of New Jersey’s Sandy recovery

Anger remains over pace of New Jersey’s Sandy recovery

WAYNE PARRY / AP / PHILLY.COM - More than two years after Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore, many residents remain angry and frustrated [go to article]

Resilient shores: After Sandy, climate scientists and architects explore how to co-exist with rising tides

Resilient shores: After Sandy, climate scientists and architects explore how to co-exist with rising tides

CATHERINE ZANDONELLA / NEWS AT PRINCETON - After the wind, rain and waves of Hurricane Sandy subsided, many of the modest homes [go to article]

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