FEMA volunteers Joe Cole, 20, Saul Korzenecki, 24, and Kerri Anne Robinson, 20, in Hoboken. A team of volunteers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) arrived in Hoboken today to initiate a community relations effort, as residents and businesses pick up the pieces following Hurricane Sandy. In a joint venture between AmeriCorps and FEMA, an 11-person team is in the Mile Square City distributing flyers and information to residents on how to register with the Federal agency. Cole is part of group of 240 volunteers that arrived in Trenton today and then were dispatched across the state.


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