The aftermath is “unthinkable devastation” said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie when describing the massive destruction left behind by Hurricane Sandy that blasted the East Coast in the evening of Oct. 29. The monster storm caused massive flooding throughout New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, igniting fires that destroyed...
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Credit unions continue to band together in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Full power may not be restored for another 10 days, utilities say.
League releases list of credit unions, vendors and other organizations that are offering free assistance and services to credit unions impacted by storm.
The list of New Jersey credit unions re-opening after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy is getting longer Thursday.
The 15 branches of Affinity Federal Credit Union remained closed Wednesday and its online banking service also was not available.
League says slow recovery from outages and damage has begun, offers assistance to affected credit unions.
The storm passed two days ago and the devastation is such that industry leaders in New York and New Jersey are still unsure how bad things really are.
New Jersey credit union leaders were working Tuesday to assess the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy while some credit unions were stepping up and waiving fees.