Managing Editor Mike Schneider sits down with Gov. Chris Christie in Point Pleasant to discuss Hurricane Sandy recovery.
Approximately six months after superstorm Sandy battered the Jersey Shore, a slew of restoration projects by the Army Corps of Engineers are getting underway.
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.
This latest storm brings another round of flooding for some coastal towns in Ocean and Monmouth counties.
Gov. Christie provided storm updates, including road restrictions, DOT preparations. He urged residents to "stay home, avoid unnecessary travel."
Tropical Storm Irene became the costliest natural disaster in state history. And it now serves as a lesson for the upcoming season down the shore.