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2 New Jersey towns contesting audits on Sandy aid

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TRENTON, N.J. — Two New Jersey towns are contesting findings from the federal government that they are not entitled to certain Superstorm Sandy debris removal reimbursements. In a report made public Wednesday, the Homeland Security Department's Inspector General found Little Egg Harbor Township should not be awarded $690,000 because it lacked documentation for those expenses. Township business...

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