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Petersburg
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The federal government and NJ should stop beach replenishment. The National Flood Insurance Program should be terminated. Anyone that wants to live near water should should do so at their own risk and expense. Private insurance companies should be able to charge coastal property owners whatever they want for property insurance. No one forced these wealthy people to live near the ocean. Why should taxpayers have to subsidize their decision to live in a risky location? The National Flood Insurance Program and beach replenishment are a total waste of tax dollars.
Publication date: 
3/26/2014
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importer1
- Stone Harbor, New Jersey

here is way better idea .if you lose your job ,NO more 99 week vacation.you have one month to find a job .or we as in the government will find you a job and YOU most take or lose all help from the govenrment.do you knew how fast jobs will fill up if people lose their hand out from the goverment. plus you most KEEP THAT job for three years or also lose that goverment money

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crewstr
- Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Thanks rum runner, if I lose my job, can I stay a couple months at your beach house? After all I paid to have it insured.

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importer1
- Stone Harbor, New Jersey

lol your house is in much danger as any shore house .JUST REMEMBER HOW SANDY WAS to hit .we all would be like NORTH JERSEY