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The ongoing workshops are being held in several home improvement stores throughout the area.
The order directs the State comptroller to conduct independent review of contracts and provides transparency measures over expenditures.
The free events are designed help individuals and businesses prepare their 2012 tax returns.
Grants and low to no-interest loans will benefit non-profits aiding Hurricane Sandy recovery.
Representatives from several State departments will be on hand to answer questions and provide assistance to residents.
The administration has made 16,800 loans since the hurricane hit New Jersey.
Costs are primarily related to debris clean up following Hurricane Sandy.
The State has appealed for more time, based on the need of its residents.
Those who have lost their jobs due to Hurricane Sandy have until Feb. 4 to apply for assistance.
NJ SAFE will analyze data from numerous sources to provide recommendations on issues like gun control.
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