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Top 10 Jersey Shore Communities Receiving Sandy Relief Funding

Toms River tops the list with $96.3 million in funding from numerous relief funds.

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Toms River is set to receive more money than any other town for relief from Hurricane Sandy, philly.com reports.

The town will receive $96.3 million from numerous disaster relief funds, according to philly.com, which compiled a list of the top 10 Shore towns receiving Hurricane Sandy relief funding.

Over 400 homes in Toms River were demolished. A total of 4,000 were severely damaged.

Brick is second on the list, with $50.9 million in relief coming its way. Belmar checks in at third on the list, as  $47.4 million has been allocated for the town.

Nearly $800 million in relief was set aside for 128 municipalities impacted by Sandy, according to the report. Nearly half that money was set aside for 10 communities.

The rest of the top 10 looks like this:
  • Seaside Heights is set to receive $32.7 million
  • Union Beach is set to receive $30.5 million
  • Atlantic City will receive $30.2 million
  • Little Egg Harbor will receive $29.6 million
  • Berkeley will receive $24.6 million
  • Middletown looks to receive $23.5 million
  • Atlantic Highlands is set to receive $21.5 million
proud November 13, 2013 at 03:40 PM
What number on the list is Lacey Township? 127 and a 1/2? Apparently, the Republican Christie shills on the Township Committee haven't figured out that Christie is a Democrat yet.
BN November 13, 2013 at 08:01 PM
Oh get real! Lacey's population is 27,000 and Toms River's population is 91,000. Who the hell do you think had more damage?
proud November 13, 2013 at 09:47 PM
NFIP policy holders.

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