Gov. Christie unveils housing plan for Sandy victims

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) unveiled an ambitious plan today to help residents displaced by Sandy with more long-term housing solutions.

The governor's plan includes buying units at Fort Monmouth to provide housing options.

The governor's plan includes buying units at Fort Monmouth to provide housing options. (12/10/12)

TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) unveiled an ambitious plan today to help residents displaced by Sandy with more long-term housing solutions.

The Governor’s Office of Recovery & Rebuilding unveiled details to purchase 375 units at the decommissioned Fort Monmouth base to provide longer-term housing options for displaced residents.

That’s in addition to the 45 units already being renovated.

In collaboration with FEMA, the governor also revealed plans to bring more trailers to the state.

According to FEMA, 40 are already in place. 

Click Here to read Gov. Christie's plan

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