More on Hurricane Sandy

May 30, 2013

More Than $7.6 Million in Grants To Middletown, Sayrevile for Debris Cleanup Due to Sandy | Atlantic Highlands Herald

Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced more than $7.6 million in federal funding to the township of Middletown and Sayreville for costs associated with loading, hauling and disposing of debris after Superstorm Sandy.

May 23, 2013

Victims in Oklahoma Can't Afford To Wait | US News

Congress must stand together and pass a bipartisan relief plan for Oklahoma as soon as possible. When Americans are harmed by massive disasters, Congress has always stepped in to provide aid right away without a protracted debate on spending.

May 23, 2013

NJ offers support for tornado aid | The Daily Journal

“The delays of the Sandy aid package led by the House GOP were inexcusable and the victims of the tragedy in Oklahoma do not deserve to suffer the kind of stall tactics that have halted recovery efforts in New Jersey,” [Pallone] said.

May 9, 2013

After Sandy Roundup: Toms River house fire, more funds for cleanup and a harrowing rescue | The Star Ledger

More than $42 million in federal funds will help New Jersey repair parks, refuges and “other federal assets” torn apart by Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone (D-6th Dist.) announced this week.

May 8, 2013

Dept. of Interior allocates Sandy aid to rebuild parks, refuges | Asbury Park Press

“I fought hard for the fast passage of an emergency Sandy aid bill in Congress that would fully address the need in New Jersey, and I’m relieved to see this funding being released for important projects and investments to help move our recovery forward,” said Pallone.

May 7, 2013

Pallone Announces More than $42 million For New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Relief

Funds Allocated from Department of Interior to Rebuild Region, Make Communities Stronger and More Resilient

May 5, 2013

Sandy Hook roads, most parking will be repaved by Memorial Day |

Last week, U.S. Sens Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez and Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-6th Dist.) announced an additional $2 million in funding to repair the unit’s roads, which were covered by sand – or in some cases washed out – by Hurricane Sandy.

May 5, 2013

Historic Beach Project Set to Begin at Jersey Shore | NBC 10 Philadelphia

Pallone says the project will restore the beach to its original design profile and make it even wider than it was before Superstorm Sandy... Without the federal funds Congress approved because of the storm, much of the beach work would not be possible.