Area residents who need help dealing with Superstorm Sandy can get some answers this week, when the state sets up a "mobile cabinet' at the Berkeley Township Recreation Center.
The event will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the center at 630 Route 9 South in Bayville on August 7.
wish to thank Governor Christie and his office for accommodating my
request to have the mobile cabinet come to Berkeley Township." Mayor Carmen
Amato said in a statement.
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Amato said this is not limited to those residents affected by Superstorm Sandy. "Any resident who has any questions or who needs assistance can attend." Mayor Amato concluded.
Representatives from state and federal agencies will be on
hand,including the Governor’s Office of Constituent Relations and the
Department of Banking and Insurance.
They will assist residents and discuss ongoing recovery and rebuilding efforts. Residents who need help are urged to bring paperwork dealing with any questions they may have.
The event is open to any area residents who need help dealing with the storm's aftermath.
For example, individuals with insurance issues should bring their policies and any claims information, documentation and relevant correspondence they have.
The state has already conducted mobile cabinets in Atlantic, Bergen, Cumberland, Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties.