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Delaware lawmakers have capped reimbursement to health care providers in comp claims, hoping to halt double-digit rate increases.
To manage its Sandy response, New Jersey hired private companies that had performed poorly in previous disasters, a Los Angeles Times report says.
Another round of Community Development Block Grant money will be coming New Jersey’s way.
It could be that the state and federal rule books differ in New Jersey when it comes to elevations and building methods in the flood plain. And that could create trouble.
FEMA has gone back to its old flood insurance rate table, officials told Congress this month.
This is a little news story that will make every contractor cringe ... and then probably make you mad.
Under pressure from Congress to act quickly, FEMA has begun to bring homeowners relief from flood insurance premium hikes.
A year and a half after Hurricane Sandy flooded the city, New York’s “Build It Back” program “hasn't actually built anything back yet,” City Council members complain.
FEMA’s ongoing updates of flood-plain maps throughout the U.S. doesn’t always bring bad news. In a few cases, the new maps show reduced risks, which can lead to reduced insurance premiums for owners near the water.
The wheels of New York State government may grind slowly, but they grind finer than the espresso at your local Starbucks.
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