Our friends at NJTV and Channel 13 are hosting a live town hall meeting on Superstorm Sandy to discuss what worked, what didn't, and what's next.  The taping will be next Thursday, May 16th at Monmouth University from 7:45 to 10pm. You must fill out this application to be an audience member.

Both live and online audiences can participate by submitting questions to experts on topics ranging from overall costs of infrastructural investments, insurance/individual burdens for future storms, FEMA and government responses how they were during Sandy and what needs to improve, post-Sandy building codes, climate changes -- regional effects to questions of our communities ability to deal with future storms financially and socially among other topics.

To be an audience member, Fill out this form to be part of the live audience at Monmouth University and please make sure to indicate if you want to ask a question and on what topic. (Only questions pertaining to the entire community will be considered. ie: questions about specific needs of individuals will not work in a Town Hall setting.)