Hurricane Sandy - rebuilding your home
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#1 Dec 5, 2012
I would like to once and for all, ask for a direct and correct answer as to what is required of residents in order to rebuild or replace utilities in order to have heat and hot water. I have been without heat and hot water since October 28 when the town shut us down as a precaution to Sandy.
Many many directives have been circulating and no one has a real answer. I would like to get heat and hot water in my home but want a correct and accurate answer as to what is required. A blanket ruling should not be applied as each home had different circumstances. Please give specific directives so that we residents can begin our lives over and get back in our homes. Thank you
#2 Dec 6, 2012
I went to a rebuilding meeting at Middletown High school. Several Union Beach Councilman and the building inspector from UB were also in attendance. We were told there are new fema regulations and we need to contact our townhall for a building assessment. I have called and left a message and sent an email to the building dept and have had no reply. I understand everyone is very busy now, but Union Beach needs to hold there own meeting or post more information on their website. I appreciate all the town has done but we need more information so we can go home. Thank you.
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