Ocean County contains the majority of damaged homes in New Jersey, holding 32% of the state total while Monmouth County contains the most intense flooding in the state.
Displaced from their rented property in Seaside Heights and unable find affordable housing in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, they moved, after two months living in shelters and a hotel, to Jacksonville.
We know that’s happening down the shore where something like 64 percent of folks were unable to find an affordable rental home in Monmouth County. It was even higher in Ocean County.
In an open letter to elected officials, Faith Liguori, former director of Ocean County’s Department of Human Services, lays out the heartache and frustration from dealing with Superstorm Sandy