A spokesman for the governor slams Zimmer and MSNBC, which first aired Zimmer's claim, for conflating hazard mitigation funding with Sandy recovery money.
Christie's Office Refutes Claims That Hoboken Has Been Shortchanged On Sandy Relief
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January 19, 2014

Via NJ.com:

Gov. Chris
Christie's office today once again fired back at claims leveled by Hoboken
Mayor Dawn Zimmer that Hurricane Sandy relief money was held hostage by the
governor, saying the city has received millions in aid and has not been denied
any grant it has requested.

In a
release, a spokesman for the governor slams Zimmer and MSNBC, which first aired
Zimmer's claim, for conflating hazard mitigation funding with Sandy recovery
money.  According to the governor's
office, Hoboken already has received nearly $70 million in relief money.

"Hoboken
has in no
way trailed similarly situated com...

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