More than $1 million in Sandy damages at Hoboken Housing Authority, officials say

The Hoboken Housing Authority is counting its losses as utility workers continue to work to restore power to many public housing apartments, officials said.  Housing Authority buildings suffered significant wind and water damage, including fried electrical panels 15 damaged generators at a total value of $1 million, authority officials say.  The HHA administration building lost 10 work stations and staff are now collecting rent manually at 221 Jackson St. and 220 Adams St.  The housing authority has received donations and assistance from multiple agencies, including FEMA, the city, Salvation Army, the American Red Cross, and Charrito’s Restaurant.

The Jersey Journal

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