Towns battered by Sandy feel neglected

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New Jersey towns battered by Sandy feel neglected when it comes to recovery and relief

Residents in Little Ferry, Little Falls and Moonachie say they have the same needs as hard hit places like the Jersey Shore, which has received most of the attention from media.

Moonachie Mayor Dennis Vaccaro urges the federal government to step up and help out, because he says they have received barely any money from FEMA and insurance companies.


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