Gov. Chris Christie announces new grants to elevate Sandy homes

The state has moved quickly compared to other

The state has moved quickly compared to other places after natural disasters but homeowners have complained about lost applications and complicated rules.

More homeowners will be receiving grants that will help them "rise above" damage from Superstorm Sandy, according to an announcement from Gov. Chris Christie.

The governor, who was in Keansburg Monday, says 132 more federal Hazard Mitigation Grant Program awards have been granted to New Jersey homeowners to help cover the costs of elevation.

Keansburg is one of 29 towns getting a boost...

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