The state Department of Community Affairs is operating a Superstorm Sandy mortgage forbearance program, as required under a law Gov. Chris Christie signed in February, but the application deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 31.
In a statement on the city's website, it was revealed that the closure came as the result of an underwater inspection performed on the bridge on April 3. As a result, Cape May County hired South State Inc. to do the repairs "as quickly as possible."
Ortley Beach will be the first spot in northern Ocean County to benefit from a beach replenishment project that local officials have been waiting on since the shore was slammed by Superstorm Sandy. A separate $63 million Absecon Island beach protection project is scheduled to run through early October.
Homeowners in New Jersey's RREM programs will be notified by the state Department of Community Affairs commissioner if they are eligible to apply to avoid foreclosure actions on homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
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