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Chris Christie's Public Statements on Issue: Housing and Property

Office: Governor (NJ), Republican
On The Ballot: Potential, Republican for President
Date Title
Dec. 16, 2014 Christie Administration Rolls Out Proposed Plans for Third Round of Federal Sandy Recovery Funds Allocated to New Jersey by HUD
Oct. 29, 2014 Governor Christie Announces Milestone Purchase of 200th Home as Part of Highly Successful Sandy Blue Acres Buyout Program
Oct. 23, 2014 Governor Christie Announces More Than $1 Billion In Sandy Housing Recovery Assistance Programs Has Been Committed
Aug. 28, 2014 Governor Christie Announces Award Of $8.5 Million In State Coastal Protection Funds For Sea Wall Project In Sea Bright
Aug. 27, 2014 Christie Administration Announces The Award Of 236 More Post-Sandy Home Elevation Grants
May 6, 2014 Christie Administration Strengthens Efforts to Combat Homelessness with Launch of "Single Point Of Entry' in Atlantic County
April 24, 2014 98 Percent of Resettlement Checks Mailed Out to Sandy-Impacted Homeowners
April 24, 2014 Christie Administration Announces Assistance Delivered To More Than 18,000 Families Through Homeowner Resettlement Program
April 8, 2014 Christie Administration Asks FEMA To Give New Jersey Residents And Businesses A 6-Month Extension To File Flood Claims Related To Superstorm Sandy
March 26, 2014 Christie Administration Submits Plan To Federal Government For Use Of Second Round Sandy Recovery Funds
Feb. 6, 2014 Christie Administration Announces $26.3 Million in Federal Aid for Post-Sandy Buyouts of 89 Residential Properties in Woodbridge
Feb. 4, 2014 Governor Christie: This Is About New Jersey's Working Class
Feb. 3, 2014 Christie Administration Seeks To Shift Sandy Recovery Funds to Support Tenant-Based Housing Vouchers And Create Lead Hazard Reduction Program
Feb. 3, 2014 Christie Administration Rolls Out Plan For Second Round Of Federal Sandy Recovery Funds
Jan. 16, 2014 Christie Administration Announces More Than $800 Million Milestone In Federal Sandy Housing Recovery Funds For Families In Need
Nov. 19, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Launch Of Home Repair And Advocacy Program For Residents Affected By Superstorm Sandy
Oct. 22, 2013 Christie Administration Announces $57 Million Sandy Housing And Rental Assistance Program
July 16, 2013 Christie Administration Announces First Post-Sandy Buyout Offers Made To Owners Of Storm-Damaged Homes
May 29, 2013 Governor Christie: We Need to Work Together to Keep Senior Housing Affordable
May 24, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Launch of "reNew Jersey Stronger" Housing Assistance Initiative
May 16, 2013 Governor Christie Announces $300 Million Buyout Plan To Give Homeowners The Option To Sell Sandy-Damaged
April 4, 2013 Christie Administration Announces FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program Extended A Final Time To April 30
March 28, 2013 Christie Administration Submits Disaster Recovery Action Plan To Federal Government For Approval
March 21, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Extension of FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program
March 15, 2013 Governor Christie Takes Action to Secure All Possible Disaster Relief for New Jersey Communities
March 12, 2013 Taking Action To Distribute The Necessary Resources For The Rebuilding Process
March 7, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Extension of FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program
Feb. 25, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Insurance Mediation Program to Expedite Sandy-Related Claims
Feb. 21, 2013 Christie Administration Announces Extension of FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program
Dec. 7, 2012 Christie Administration Announces Implementation of STEP Pilot Program to Provide Emergency Residential Repairs
April 18, 2012 Governor Chris Christie Takes Action to Combat Homelessness in New Jersey
March 1, 2012 Governor Chris Christie Announces $21 Million in Mitigation Grants for Home Acquisitions and Elevations in Seven Flood-Ravaged Communities
Dec. 22, 2011 Governor Christie Announces $3.83 Million in Funding for New Jersey's Homeless Shelters and Transitional Housing
Nov. 15, 2011 Governor Chris Christie Seeks Federal Disaster Aid for Impacted Areas from October 29 Storm
Oct. 27, 2011 Governor Christie Conditionally Vetoes Foreclosure Scam Bill to Leave Options Open for Distressed Property Owners
Sept. 6, 2011 Governor Chris Christie Continues Efforts to Deliver Disaster Relief and Recovery Resources to New Jerseyans in Aftermath of Hurricane Irene
May 12, 2011 Christie Administration Appeals FEMA Decision for Federal Assistance of March Flooding
Jan. 24, 2011 Governor Chris Christie Calls Current COAH Legislation Insufficient
Dec. 21, 2010 GovernorChristie Signs Key Reform Agenda Legislation to Transform System on Long-Overdue Arbitration Reform
Dec. 9, 2010 Governor Chris Christie Reaches Bipartisan Agreement on Critical Tool Kit Measures, Long-Overdue Arbitration Reform Transforms System
Sept. 23, 2010 New Jersey to Receive $112 Million in Federal Funds for Anti-Foreclosure Initiatives
July 6, 2010 Governor Chris Christie Issues Conditional Veto of Senate Bill No. 29
July 3, 2010 Governor Christie Reaches Bipartisan Consensus to Provide Hard Cap
July 1, 2010 Time Corrected: For the Third Consecutive Day Governor Chris Christie Calls Special Session of the Legislature to Address Property Tax Reform
June 30, 2010 For the Second Consecutive Day Governor Chris Christie Calls Special Session of the Legislature to Address Cap 2.5 Reform Agenda
June 29, 2010 Governor Chris Christie Calls Special Session of the Legislature to Address Cap
June 22, 2010 New Jersey Mayors Gather in Trenton to Call for Immediate Action on Cap 2.5 Reform Agenda
June 22, 2010 New Jersey Mayors Gather in Trenton to Call for Immediate Action on Cap 2.5 Reform Agenda
May 17, 2010 Governor Christie Brings Cap 2.5 Reform Agenda for Real Property Tax Relief to New Jersey Taxpayers
May 13, 2010 Governor Christie Unveils Realistic and Achievable Measures to Reform New Jersey's System of Affordable Housing
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