Tag: damage

Analyzing Christie’s “no residual flooding damage” at Jersey Shore comment

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog (UPDATE #1: The criticism he’s been getting for his MSNBC comments elicited the following Monday evening statement from Governor Chris Christie’s press shop: We are pleased that today has been such a Read More

New Jerseyans get the federal aid they vote for. Not a penny more (or less).

By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog NJ Spotlight’s recent article, titled “Why New Jersey Got Billions Less Than New York in FEMA Disaster Aid After Sandy,” got my wheels turning and I settled on my own answer, Save Read More

A Sandy Community Still in Distress, Part II

By Synnove Bakke | The Save Jersey Blog Finally, almost two whole years later, there may finally be some relief in sight for residents in Cliffwood Way, Laurence Harbor. I wrote about this small devastated neighborhood when I found it by Read More

Seaside Fire Destruction Map

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Approximately 40 to 50 Seaside Boardwalk businesses were totaled in Thursday night’s blaze, Save Jerseyans. Which ones? Obviously the list will grow (or contract, with any luck) when the building inspectors can finally get in Read More

Christie/Obama Reunion Tour

POTUS Set to Visit Jersey Shore for First Time Since Controversial October ’12 Inspection By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog UPDATED 5/24/13 @ 11:35 p.m. Try to keep your blood pressure in check, Save Jerseyans, but President Obama will return to Read More

Superstorm Sandy Like You’ve Never Seen Her (VIDEO)

Everyone remotely familiar with the Hurricane Sandy aftermath agrees: Normandy Beach and Mantoloking were the hardest hit municipalities. And that’s really saying something given what we’ve see coming out of Seaside Heights and other Ocean County towns that bore the Read More

REPORT: 72,000 New Jersey Properties Damaged or Destroyed by Superstorm Sandy

Last week, the Christie Administration preliminarily pegged its total Sandy-related damage cost estimate at $29.4 billion. Tonight’s released “total assessment” is higher… $36.9 billion. The price tag is only one of several staggering numbers associated with this natural disaster. The Read More

Wednesday: Obama Joins Christie to Inspect Hurricane Sandy Damage

Details are still forthcoming, Save Jerseyans. Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney released the following statement: Tomorrow afternoon, the President will travel to New Jersey where he will join Governor Christie in viewing the storm damage, talking with citizens who are Read More