TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie's community affairs commissioner is planning to field questions from lawmakers about problems with New Jersey's programs to rebuild homes after Superstorm Sandy.
Richard Constable is scheduled to appear before the state Senate's legislative oversight committee Monday afternoon.
Christie and his administration have been defending their performance in doling out federal funds to rebuild and repair homes.
One advocacy group has found that many homeowners were mistakenly told they were not eligible for money.
The state has fired a key contractor running the program but has not said why.