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Investigators: Fla. man collects thousands in fraudulent Sandy claims

Federal paperwork accuses a Florida man of faking an application to get disaster aid after Hurricane Sandy, which walloped New York and New Jersey in 2012. Keith Greenwood of Winter Garden, Florida, was indicted by a federal grand jury for wire and mail fraud, and false claims after he submitted paperwork that said his property was damaged. Read more trending stories   The indictment claims ...
Hunterdon towns getting she of $13M federal grant post-Hurricane Sandy

- 1 week earlier @ nj.com: In Lambertville, city clerk Cindy Ege said the grants were applied for in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The $47,404 to the city and $75,000 to the MUA, she said, will defray the cost of generators at the city library, and maybe the Justice Center, which ...

Hunterdon towns getting share of $13M federal grant post-Hurricane Sandy

- 1 week earlier @ nj.com: In Lambertville, city clerk Cindy Ege said the grants were applied for in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The $47,404 to the city and $75,000 to the MUA, she said, will defray the cost of generators at the city library, and maybe the Justice Center, which ...

Study identifies challenges faced by NYU nurses after Hurricane Sandy

- 1 week earlier @ ecnmag.com: The mixed method study, "Challenges of Nurses' Deployment to Other New York City Hospitals in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy," is one of only a few to evaluate the psychological toll on nurses working in such rapidly changing, uncontrolled, and ...

Airbnb Ad Reminds Everyone How It Saved NYC During Hurricane Sandy

- 4 days earlier @ gothamist.com: After plastering the subways with advertisements promoting "real" New Yorkers' adoration of Airbnb, the company has now shifted to your television screen with a simple message: Remember when we helped you during Hurricane Sandy? Over the weekend ...

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Investigators: Orange Co. man collects thousands in fraudulent Sandy claims

Federal paperwork accuses a Winter Garden man of faking an application to get disaster aid after Hurricane Sandy, which walloped New York and New Jersey in 2012. Keith Greenwood was indicted by a federal grand jury for wire and mail fraud, and false claims after he submitted paperwork that said his property was damaged. The indictment claims Greenwood called FEMA after the storm and said his ...

Princeton Community Television Special on Life After Hurricane Sandy Airs This

Planet Princeton: In October it will be two years since Hurricane Sandy swept across the Garden State, leaving behind tens of billions of dollars in property damage, hundreds of destroyed businesses, and thousands of homeless people. Progress has been made, yet two ...

Partying Is A Shore Thing — Surviving Hurricane Sandy

Superstorm Sandy in 2012 ripped through the eastern seaboard with winds up to 115 mph, causing untold misery and $75 billion in damage. La Costa Lounge, a popular party destination on the New Jersey shore, was hit hard by the storm, but their POS ...

Stress, Nurses, and Hurricane Sandy: Improve Disaster Plans

Medscape: After Hurricane Sandy forced the closure of the New York University Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) on the night of October 29, 2012, NYULMC staff evacuated 46 critically ill patients (including 22 babies from the neonatal intensive care unit) and 277 ...

U.S. hurricane drought still in record territory

Last major hurricane strike on the U.S. Mainland was in 2005.

Christie announces $8.5M plan to repair Sea Bright's sea wall damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy caused massive destruction to the Jersey Shore borough of Sea Bright, Gov. Chris Christie visited the town to day to announce that it will receive $8.5 million to repair and expand its sea wall to protect against future storms

Christie announces $8.5M plan to repair Sea Bright's sea wall damaged by

The Star-Ledger: SEA BRIGHT — When Hurricane Sandy devastated the tiny borough of Sea Bright in October 2012, the town's mayor said the only way her community would be spared destruction from future storms would be to reinforce the stone and concrete seawall built ...

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Study identifies challenges faced by NYU nurses after Hurricane Sandy

ECNmag.com: The mixed method study, "Challenges of Nurses' Deployment to Other New York City Hospitals in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy," is one of only a few to evaluate the psychological toll on nurses working in such rapidly changing, uncontrolled, and ...

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USDA supplies conservation funds to Hurricane Sandy victims

WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the USDA will provide up to $99 million in conservation funding to assist Hurricane Sandy victims in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York, according to a press release. The funding will ...

USDA Continues Commitment to Hurricane Sandy Recovery

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25, 2014 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that up to $99 million in conservation funding will be provided to assist Hurricane Sandy victims in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. Funding will be used to enroll 671 ...

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 25, 2014 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that up to $99 million in conservation funding will be provided to assist Hurricane Sandy victims in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. Funding will be used to enroll 671 acres of hurricane-damaged property into permanent floodplain easements, while also making affected communities more resilient to future flooding ...

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Stormwater Utilities Absent From Hurricane Sandy States

"Stormwater runoff is an enormous problem that leads to dangerous flooding and polluted waters in New Jersey and other states," the Asbury Park Press reported. Stormwater is often managed through stormwater utilities. A stormwater utility "is to ...

Fed. Courts Move to Speed Up Hurricane Sandy Litigation

With more than a thousand cases related to property damage from Hurricane Sandy already filed and perhaps hundreds more anticipated, the federal judiciary in New Jersey has moved to speed up cases that are being sent for alternative dispute resolution.

Duplicitous Dealer Sold Hurricane Flooded Cars Without Telling Customers

Hurricane Sandy was a huge burden to a number of states on the east coast, and the flooding that resulted in New Jersey was of epic proportions, ruining tons of cars. But one dealer didn't care, selling customers cars that were flooded in Sandy without even telling them. Read more...

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