The list of New Jersey credit unions re-opening after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy is getting longer Thursday.
With the exception of two branches in New Jersey and New York that are closed due to power outages, Navy Federal said all of its branches were open Thursday.
Catatastrophe modeling specialist says superstorm caused between $7 billion and $15 billion in insured losses.
Flooding in Hoboken, N.J., persists. This photo was taken near Credit Union Times' editorial office.
New Jersey's largest credit union planned to open five or six of its 15 branches on Thursday.
The 15 branches of Affinity Federal Credit Union remained closed Wednesday and its online banking service also was not available.
Despite its proximity to the Jersey shore, Delaware missed the worst of Hurricane Sandy and its 27 credit unions report no damage.
Credit unions work to re-open and make cash and accounts available to members in the devastation left behind by the storm Sandy.
Battered NYC credit union re-opening branches.
League says slow recovery from outages and damage has begun, offers assistance to affected credit unions.