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Newark’s Adopt-a-Lot Program Lets Community Members Beautify the City and Grow Food

6-18-13
City residents can adopt vacant city-owned lots in their neighborhoods. The project has helped beautify the area.
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Some Residents Relieved By New FEMA Flood Elevation Maps

6-17-13
The newest flood maps have put more residences in A zones than V zones. V zones are the most hazardous flood zones.
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Stop FEMA Now Founder Says New Flood Maps Is a Good Start

6-17-13
Stop FEMA Now founder George Kasimos says FEMA's revised flood maps is a good starting point, but that there is still a lot more work to do on behalf of property owners.
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Easement Holdouts Named in Mantoloking

6-14-13
Local officials decide to name the five homeowners who refuse to sign easements required for the Army Corps beach replenishment project.
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Severe Weather Felt Throughout the State

6-13-13
A severe storm that rolled across the country rolled right into the Garden State today, and the consequences were felt from the north to the south.
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Sandy Debris Causes Middletown to Ban Swimming at Beaches

6-11-13
Beach-goers aren’t allowed to swim at Middletown’s two beaches, a first for the Monmouth County community.
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Threat of Dangerous Rip Currents More Frequent Since Sandy

6-10-13
Veteran lifeguard training officer Timothy O’Donnell has never seen this many rip currents in the 50 years he’s worked in Belmar.
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Shore Braces For the First Storm of the Season

6-7-13
The remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea could dump as much as four inches of rains throughout the Garden State.
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PSE&G President Sees Utility’s Role as Vital in Rollout of Solar

6-4-13
President and COO Ralph LaRossa, of PSE&G, says utility's focus is on direct installations, especially on landfills and brownfields.
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Union Beach School Reopens After Hurricane Sandy

6-3-13
Nearly 700 students at Memorial School in Union Beach have returned to their building more than seven months after Hurricane Sandy.