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Sandy victims, UNITE!

Go to one of the public hearings this week about Sandy aid................................................
.................................Ask for independent oversight of the distribution of funds, in the wake of mismanagement and possible diversion to political cronies (Belleville, New Brunswick, etc.) instead of helping the owners of tens of thousands of damaged homes.................... ...............................Stockton College (GSP exit 44) on Tuesday, then NJIT (Newark) on Wed. and Brookdale College (exit 109) on Thursday. TV and press will cover them. Be sure to ask, "Where's Christie?" ------------------------- ........................................................Sign up in advance to speak (http://bit.ly/SandyPublicHearings)* or send your comments by March 3rd to sandy.publiccomment@dca.state.nj.us. ......................................................................*Bring a friend or neighbor to one of the hearings -- so those of us still suffering from the storm 15 months later can drown out all the fawning Christie shills in the audience!


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anonymous February 10, 2014 at 05:11 PM
You people are starting to make me proud. There just might be a protester in some of you that you never knew was there. This is your three last chances to be heard so make it count. Show up in big numbers and scare them back to Trenton knowing that you will not go quietly. If you do not agree with their plan let there be no doubt in their minds that you object. Bring recording devices be it a phone, digital recorder or a laptop or I-Pad with a front facing cam. Post your recordings on youtube or any site you want. You are fighting for yourself, your family and your neighbors. Just know that when you go these people are not your friends and will try to tell you what you want to hear. Treat them as enemy's who have to earn your trust and respect. Most important as a victim of the storm you must stand together that is where you will draw your strength from. Good luck at the first meeting I hope the outcome is a positive one. anonymous

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