Christie Administration Issues More Than 700 Housing Vouchers to Vulnerable Residents Displaced by Superstorm Sandy

    ASBURY PARK, N.J. – May 24, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — In support of Governor Christie’s commitment to help New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents, the Christie Administration today announced that more than 700 Section 8 Special Admissions Housing Choice Vouchers have been provided to date to low-income families displaced by Superstorm Sandy. The federally-funded housing vouchers average approximately $9,840 per year per household and are designed to help residents, who cannot return to their homes because of damage caused by Sandy, move into more permanent housing.

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