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Christie reschedules Sandy meeting in Cumberland County to Tuesday

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Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 6:37 pm

VINELAND — Gov. Chris Christie’s mobile cabinet will now host a post-Hurricane Sandy recovery session Tuesday at Cumberland County College here.

The meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the banquet center at the college’s George Luciano Family Center for Public Service, according to the Governor’s Office.

Scheduled to attend are representatives from the state Departments of Environmental Protection and Ccommunity Affairs, the New Jersey Business Action Center, Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Authority. Officials with the Governor’s Office said representatives from those agencies will explain what resources are available to residents and businesses affected by Sandy.

Hurricane Sandy caused significant damage to Cumberland County communities along the Delaware Bay. The storm destroyed homes, damaged protective dikes and washed out parts of some roads.

Tuesday’s session was rescheduled from an event that was originally to be held Thursday in Downe Township. That session was postponed because of what the Governor’s Office said were scheduling conflicts.

Tuesday’s session will be the 15th since Hurricane Sandy ravaged New Jersey.

Contact Thomas Barlas:

609-226-9197

TBarlas@pressofac.com

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