Fed up with what they say is fraud, delays and denials with Sandy-related flood insurance claims, the group Stop FEMA Now on Thursday takes its fight to Washington, D.C., backed by more than 200 homeowners from New Jersey and New York.
While the U.S. Senate has approved a plan to delay a hike in flood insurance premiums, the measure remains stalled in the House of Representatives. This has Jersey Shore-based Superstorm Sandy victims and officials on edge.
It's hard to believe Superstorm Sandy hit the Garden State almost a year and four months ago. It has been a very stressful time for the thousands of people trying to pick up the pieces of what Mother Nature left behind.
Almost nine months after Superstorm Sandy, many Jersey Shore towns hard-hit by the hurricane have rebuilt their boardwalks and reopened their businesses, but thousands of Garden State families that suffered flood damage in their homes are still living like nomads.