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A Look Back Six Months After Hurricane Sandy Hit

4-29-13
Hurricane Sandy hit hard six months ago, forever changing the lives of many in New Jersey.
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Poster City for Sandy’s Destruction, Seaside Heights Looks to Erase Bad Memories

4-29-13
Residents and business owners are moving forward after Hurricane Sandy, but there is still recovery taking place.
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Hoboken Getting Back to Normal After Hurricane Sandy

4-29-13
Six months after Hurricane Sandy flooded much of the city, Hoboken residents are returning to normal life.
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Donations Help Rebuild Jersey Shore Boardwalks

4-24-13
Lavallette and Belmar are two communities with Buy a Board campaigns. Donors can customize a plank for the boardwalk for a monetary donation.
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At Jersey Shore, Army Corps of Engineers Tasked to Repair, Restore and Build

4-22-13
Approximately six months after superstorm Sandy battered the Jersey Shore, a slew of restoration projects by the Army Corps of Engineers are getting underway.
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Ortley Beach Needs Dozens of Easements Signed for Dune Replenishment Project

4-22-13
After Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of the sand dunes at Ortley Beach, officials want to make the dune and beach replenishment project a top priority, but they need signed easements from homeowners to proceed.
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With Hurricane Season Looming, Brick Township Officials Plan to Take Proactive Steps to Prepare

4-15-13
Mayor Stephen Acropolis says the township plans to put $7.5 million in the capital budget to help protect the barrier island and the mainland from future storms.
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Reps. LoBiondo, Runyan Sponsor Bill to Lessen Impact of Rising Flood Insurance Rates

4-15-13
Congressmen Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan have sponsored a bill in response to rising flood insurance rates in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
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Risk of Fire High in New Jersey with Warm, Dry Weather

4-12-13
NJ Forest Fire Service Supervising Forest Firewarden Steven Holmes says warm, dry conditions increase the risk of fires in the state.
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Atlantic County Freeholder Chairman Finds FEMA Maps Problematic But Favors Building of Dunes

4-11-13
Frank Formica, a business man who also happens to be chairman of the Atlantic County Board of Freeholders, said Atlantic City and the region would be 100 percent ready for the summer.