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Housing for Sandy-Displaced Residents is Christie Administration’s First Order of Business

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Letters & Commentary

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Housing for Sandy-Displaced Residents is Christie Administration’s First Order of Business

Published on March 01, 2013 with No Comments

By Commissioner Richard E. Constable III

In the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy, approximately 346,000 houses in New Jersey were left damaged or destroyed.

While many New Jer­seyans have been able to return home and gain a sense of normalcy, approximately 41,000 residents remain displaced and in need of long-term

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