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Richard Burr Sep 18
Replying to @SenatorBurr
After , wetlands like the LWCF-funded Cape May National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey saved an estimated $650 million in damages. funds create beautiful spaces that double as critical infrastructure.
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Maria Crocifissa World Champ Eagle’s Fan Sep 21
You are so kind to say that. TY so much-it means a lot. PS-I LOVE your dog! When we’re able to rescue another dog (we’re still not home from -we lost everything-our insurance still won’t pay the claim & it’s now 6 yrs 🤬)-but your dog looks like the dog I want?
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Jonah Perlin Sep 13
THREAD. As 's arrival is imminent, I am reminded of the days leading up to almost six years ago. See, my wedding was planned for the weekend after Sandy near the NJ Shore where my wife grew up. I remember checking the weather reports hourly /1
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Amanda Oglesby Sep 14
"What do we have to do to push this forward?" asked Toms River resident George Kasimos, who founded . "We have a lot of gray hair here. We want to see it before we die." via
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eddietorial Sep 17
Replying to @BigJoeBastardi
What about ?
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BC Quake🌎Help Sep 15
🌀 👇~ Could there be a connection (?): Oct 27th then 7.8 quake Oct 28th in 2012 PLUS Sept 18th then 7.1 quake Sept 19th in 2017. Science or coincidence, we'll find out in the coming days ... 🤔
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Tom Woods Sep 13
Replying to @RealSullivanWx
Category 3 Tropical Cyclone: A tropical cyclone with max sustained winds of 100-130mph AND/**OR** a storm surge GREATER than 10' and up to 15'. In this new classification would be considered a category 3 storm because of the storm surge modifier.
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Peter F. Jackson Sep 14
I’m guessing this – “Until 2017, the United States went 11 years without a major hurricane strike” – will be addressed.
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Nickiey Sep 13
how does compare to in size?
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Nicole Franceschini🦖 Sep 12
Replying to @dzarrilli
has seen direct impacts of especially in 2012 with - spent 20 billion dollars in mitigation as building retrofitting, trees planting, energy efficiency, etc. /
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Jarica Davis #WeRiseTogetherHomie 💙🌊🏳️‍🌈🙌🏽 Sep 13
Replying to @GovHowardDean
Remember when voted against funding? is going to campaign for him here in . 🙄 Trump bragged about crowd size in Houston, after the hurricane hit last year.
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Tom Woods Sep 15
Replying to @RealSullivanWx
This is where the scale begins to show its use. A -like surge of 12-13 feet from what used to be a category 1 storm on the old scale would be beyond the parameters of even a category 2 on the enhanced scale. It would become a 3
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Alanna O. Mersinger Sep 13
remember your vote for the victims of now it is you and your neighbors who will need help. You should hope that people from ny nj have more compassion than you.
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Lee.H Sep 20
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Here’s how a real leader reacts during times of devastation and loss.
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Ming the Merciless Sep 19
have food/water/electricity/internet but are angry b/c they are inconvenienced for more than a day after causing more damages than usual outside . Meanwhile useless is still trying to repair damages from 6 years ago.
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Donna Cook-PA Sep 19
What does it take for you to help policy holders from predatory WYO from stealing policy holders $$? Policy holders can't rebuild their home and WYO gets major bank. Do they even have skin in the game?
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Bigly Wiggly Gurl Sep 12
Replying to @itsJeffTiedrich
Saving South Carolina at least. Not so sure anymore if he’s going worry about GA might leave that to Governor Abrams.
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Margate Custom Designs Sep 17
Replying to @hskaits
I am literally crying over your post. I had to have a high risk surgery & I’m Blessed I didn’t die-many friends determined I was not worthy their friendship. Then we lost everything in . That’s when I became a metaphorical “leper” to everyone. I’ll favorite you!
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Penn Jersey Dev Sep 21
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