Christie Administration Continues Hurricane Sandy Cleanup Through National Emergency Grant Opportunities

Labor Commissioner Wirths Tours Hillsborough Worksites
Trenton, NJ – Continuing the Christie Administration’s commitment to recovery and rebuilding following Hurricane Sandy, Commissioner Harold J. Wirths of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (LWD) today toured Hillsborough Township where workers hired through a National Emergency Grant (NEG) are restoring and cleaning property damaged by the storm.
“The day after the storm hit, my staff went to work to secure this National Emergency Grant with the goal of hiring unemployed people to work on cleaning up their communities after Hurricane Sandy. To date, we have been able to employ more than 500 people to help communities in 16 counties rebuild,” said Commissioner Wirths.
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