Hoboken Gets Shortchanged On Sandy Money

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Scott Gurian, Sandy recovery reporter for NJ Spotlight, WNYC and New Jersey Public Radio, looks at how certain cities, including Hoboken, are not scheduled to receive what some officials in those cities say is a sufficient amount of Sandy aid money.


Scott Gurian

Comments [3]

Estelle from Brooklyn - TOTALLY agree!!

Mar. 05 2014 10:14 AM
C.E. Connelly from Manhattan

This is much worse than traffic jam stuff. The press needs to cover the heck out of this. The bizarre distribution of Sandy aid (Atlantic City, no aid, come on)could end up costing hundreds of lives in future storms. The irregular scoring is either brutal incompetence or intended to penalize certain parts of the state.

Mar. 05 2014 10:12 AM
Estelle from Brooklyn

Brian, why is WNYC airing ads for which promotes fracking? I've been a member of the station from the time it first had members, but now I am thinking about it!

To others who read the comments here, Id love to know your reactions.

Mar. 05 2014 09:57 AM

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