STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie is planning to discuss New Jersey’s continuing Superstorm Sandy recovery at a town hall-style meeting in Ocean County.
The Republican governor is scheduled to speak Wednesday afternoon with residents at an event in Stafford Township.
One focus of the meeting could be how New Jersey is using the $4.2 billion in federal disaster relief funds over which the state has control.
So far, fixing housing has been the biggest part of the state’s plan. But some residents say the process is too complicated and slow.