Matawan Waives Construction Fees for Sandy Related Projects

If your home or business was damaged by Sandy, you will not have to pay construction fees when applying for permits.

The Matawan Borough Council voted to waive construction fees for projects repairing Sandy related damage at their Nov. 20 meeting.

According to a letter issued by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, municipalities are permitted to waive fees for storm damage. If a municipality chooses to do so, then the state permit surchage fee is also waived.

Aberdeen also chose to waive permit fees for Sandy related projects.

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