FEMA representatives were on hand at several South Jersey Home Depots answering questions of Hurricane Sandy survivors looking to rebuild.
FOX 29's Dave Kinchen met up with one resident eager to get back into her home.
"It's a lot, I mean you're homeless. This whole thing has upset him and me. We just want to go back home."
Kate Karins home is currently being ripped up by contractors trying to fix damage caused by Hurricane Sandy's brutal flood water. Karin is like scores of others waiting for FEMA money to cover the cost of rebuilding, but feels like it's all caught up in red tape.
"People in Washington. They don't care. They're not going through what we're going through," Karin said.
Karin says her biggest obstacle will be raising her home flood level since she cares for her handicapped brother. The Government will require residents to raise their flood level before receiving any assistance.
FEMA representatives will be available at the following Home Improvement stores until Saturday, Jan. 12 from 8:00am to 6:00pm:
Atlantic County - Home Depot, 6 Tower Ave., Egg Harbor Township 08234
Cape May County - Lowe's, 3171 Route 9 S., Rio Grande 08242
Essex County - Home Depot, 399-443 Springfield Ave., Newark 07103
Hudson County - Home Depot, 440 Route 440, Jersey City 07302
Middlesex County - Home Depot, 1090 Route 9, Old Bridge 08857
Monmouth County - Home Depot, 3540 Route 66, Neptune 07753
Ocean County - Home Depot, 197 Route 72 W., Manahawkin 08050
Ocean County - Home Depot, 1900 Shorrock Road, Lakewood 08701
Union County - Home Depot, 977 W. Grand St., Elizabeth 07202
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Rain at times expected tonight, Friday, and early Saturday. Another fall-like blast of cool weather to follow for the weekend.
Expect unsettled weather through Saturday morning as waves of showers and thunderstorms move through the area. Some of the storms may bring heavy downpours later this afternoon.
It's still muggy out there. Things start to change tomorrow afternoon, as the rain clears out, and much cooler air moves in making it feel more like fall. Sunday is nice with a cool breeze and unseasonably low temperatures which last though early next week.
Mayor Michael Nutter says the city is already planning a celebration to honor the Dragons in the near future.
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