Christie and HUD Secretary Mark 6-Month Sandy Anniversary

| April 30, 2013 12:12 PM video

Forced indoors by rain, Gov. Chris Christie and HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan took over a seafood restaurant in Highlands for a press conference.

Donovan announced the federal government is releasing today the first $1.8 billion in HUD assistance to New Jersey homeowners, renters and businesses.

“I am committed — this president is committed — to come back as often as we need to come back, rain or shine, until this town, this shore, this state and this entire region are rebuilt better, stronger than they were before the storm,” Donovan said.

The HUD money comes on top of $600 million already spent by FEMA in New Jersey, and $700 million by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

Gov. Christie said phase one of returning to normalcy is over. Today begins phase two.

Gov. Chris Christie and HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan visited Highlands to discuss the ongoing recovery six months after Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey.


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