LONG BRANCH, NJ—Today, Congressman
FEMA is covering 75% of the total cost for the repair project, which is more than $19 million. Twelve damaged piers are included in this project; eight of them are fixed wood and four are floating wood. The project also includes repairs to the observation platform, access ramps for those with disabilities and all of the water, electric, sanitary, and fuel system utilities on the damaged docks.
Superstorm Sandy devastated many of the Jersey Shore areas represented by Congressman Pallone who has since been a vocal advocate for robust relief plans to help rebuild from the historic storm.
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