Months after Bill Halbeisen applied for a grant to help rebuild his Hurricane Sandy-damaged home, the state told him that he didn’t qualify.
The reason, he says: his home didn’t sustain more than a foot of flooding or at least $8,000 in damages.
But in reality, Halbeisen said, his Manahawkin home was inundated with more than four feet of water and he needed up to $160,000 to rebuild and elevate the property.
He appealed the rejection and won.
Apparently, there are a lot of Bill Halbeisens out there.
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