State to use Sandy money for Seaside Park fire victims; aid process underway

Representatives from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority

Representatives from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority will be on hand at the Seaside Heights Municipal Complex to provide information to businesses and residents today. (September 16, 2013 11:57 PM)

Gov. Chris Christie has pledged to use funds slated for Sandy recovery to pay for debris removal at the site of last week's boardwalk fire in Seaside Park, and has begun the process to get that money to those who need it. Christie has promised $15 million in state aid already earmarked for Sandy recovery to businesses damaged by the fire. The state says the extra aid to clean up debris will help...

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Should Sandy money be used to repair buildings damaged in the Seaside fire?

Yes. No, the fire had nothing to do with the storm. I need the money to rebuild my home.

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