Resiliency, Disaster Relief and Infrastructure
Across Burlington and Ocean Counties, we’ve seen our communities hard hit from Superstorm Sandy and increased flooding that effect our homes and businesses. We have seen these extreme weather events increase over the years, and I’m dedicated to ensuring South Jersey is prepared to handle the impact. Listening to our local leaders and working across the aisle, I’ve helped introduced bills to make our communities more resilient in the face of these storms, and to ensure that our families aren’t left behind long after the storm passes.
Check out what I’m doing to support New Jersey’s families and protect New Jersey’s infrastructure in the face of increased storms:
Recovery to Resilience Plan
H.R.5700 — Resilient Highways Act
H.R.3208 — Real Emergency Access for Aging and Disability Inclusion for Disasters Act
H.R.3215 — Disaster Relief Medicaid Act
H.R.3647 — Impact Aid Infrastructure Act
H.R.3872 — National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2019
More on Resiliency, Disaster Relief and Infrastructure
House Passes New Jersey Transportation and Infrastructure Priorities
Championed by Congressman Kim
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, key transportation and infrastructure projects in Burlington and Ocean Counties championed by Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) came one step closer to reality as the U.S. House passed the INVEST in America Act, which would provide critical funding to projects that would help create good paying jobs and rebuild New Jersey’s infrastructure.
Reps. Kim and Rouzer Introduce Bipartisan Bill to
Help Communities Prepare Infrastructure for Extreme Storms
Kim, Pallone Lead Bipartisan Call for Federal Survey of Coastal Sites Damaged by Winter Storm Orlena
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) and Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) sent a bipartisan letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requesting a survey of all coastal sites that may have been damaged by Winter Storm Orlena.
Congressman Kim Statement in Support of
Pete Buttigieg for Secretary of Transportation
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) released the following statement in support of Pete Buttigieg, who, according to reports, has been named by President-elect Biden as his nominee for Secretary of Transportation.
Congressman Kim Joins State and Local Leaders to
Announce Coronavirus Relief Funding to Burlington County and Townships
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) joined state and local leaders in announcing $60 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) for the Local Government Emergency Fund to aid counties and municipalities, such as Burlington County, that were excluded from the federal government’s direct CRF allocation plan.
Congressman Kim Leads Bipartisan Call for Funding to Support Workforce Training for Resilience Projects
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, in a letter led by Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03), a bipartisan coalition of members of Congress have called on House leadership to include, “robust funding for workforce training programs that help workers build the skills necessary for restoration and resilience projects in communities across the country.”
Congressman Kim Announces Grant for
First Responder PPE in Lumberton Township
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced a grant awarded by FEMA that will provide Lumberton Township with $150,000 in funds for new PPE for their volunteer first responders.
Congressman Kim Reiterates Call for National Strategy to End Crisis
After Select Committee Hearing
Congressman Kim Calls for Additional Aid to
New Jersey in Next Relief Package
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) called on House and Senate leadership to come together and bring to the House floor a Coronavirus relief package that prioritizes preventing massive cuts to public services, first responders and teachers.
Congressman Kim Brings Efforts to the House Floor to Help Communities Recovering from Superstorm Sandy
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) secured efforts through the House Appropriations Committee that would forgive debt owed to the federal government by municipalities and homeowners recovering from Superstorm Sandy.