Letter: Hurricane Sandy contracts req...

Letter: Hurricane Sandy contracts require good monitors

There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Feb 11, 2013, titled Letter: Hurricane Sandy contracts require good monitors. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

New Jersey and the other states that were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy had to wait far too long for Congress to approve the federal aid that is so desperately needed.

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Anonymous

Far Rockaway, NY

#1 Feb 11, 2013
I just needed to vent somewhere. After Hurricane Sandy we received 3800 and were told to figure it out. 4 months later, we still have received nothing else, even after losing our work vehicle and tools. So guess what? Mommy has to prostitute to pay her rent. Landlord doesnt seem to care. Stores dont care. They all want their money.

Thanks AMERICA! I paid my taxes, my business taxes, and this is what i have to do in order to live. This or get one of the millions of jobs available to pay my $1500 rent plus utilities. What a great system we live in.

Maybe i'll catch AIDS, and then the world will notice.

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