Christie Administration Officials Will Join Governor to Help Residents Resolve Sandy-Related Insurance Disputes
Trenton, NJ – Tomorrow, Governor Christie will host a Mobile Cabinet in Union Beach to meet volunteers and help residents rebuild and recover following Superstorm Sandy. Joined by officials from key Christie Administration departments and representatives from FEMA, the Governor will announce measures through the Department of Banking and Insurance to assist New Jersey residents in resolving storm-related insurance disputes more quickly and efficiently. Christie Administration officials in attendance tomorrow will include Banking and Insurance Commissioner Ken Kobylowski; Governor’s Office of Recovery and Rebuilding Executive Director Marc Ferzan; Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin; and Community Affairs Commissioner Richard E. Constable, III.
All day long between the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm, residents affected by Sandy will have access to representatives from the Departments of Banking and Insurance, Community Affairs, Environmental Protection, the Economic Development Authority, the Business Action Center, and FEMA to answer their questions and help resolve any issues they have.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
WHO: Governor Chris Christie and Cabinet Members
WHAT: Mobile Cabinet
WHEN: 11:15 a.m.
WHERE: Union Beach Hose Company #1
1224 Florence Avenue
Union Beach, NJ
PRESS: OPEN, Availability to follow
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