MIDDLETOWN, NJ –Mayor Gerard P. Scharfenberger urges residents recovering from Superstorm Sandy to visit the Tonya Keller Community Center on May 8th to meet with representatives from FEMA and the state Division of Banking and Insurance.

The state Division of Banking and Insurance will hold a Mobile DOBI in Middletown at the Tonya Keller Community Center on Wednesday, May 8th from 12:00 pm to 7:00 p.m. to help assist residents and discuss recovery and rebuilding efforts. The center is located at 50 Bray Avenue in North Middletown.

“This is an invaluable opportunity to get some face time with agencies that can help navigate through the recovery and rebuilding process,” said Mayor Gerard P. Scharfenberger. “I hope every resident recovering from Sandy will stop with questions.”

DOBI staff will provide consumers with literature on such topics as property insurance, flood insurance and general information about filing insurance claims, as well as answer general questions and assistance. In order to expedite matters, residents should bring their insurance policy and any claim information to the mobile office. FEMA representatives are invited to attend as well.


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Consumers unable to attend a mobile office can call the Department with questions about banking and insurance matters at (609) 292-7272 or visit online at www.dobi.nj.gov.

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