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Monmouth Beach is undergoing a beach replenishment project that officials believe will protect it should another storm like Hurricane Sandy hit the area.
Two-thirds of its boardwalk has been rebuilt and the mayor says the rest will be ready by the end of May.
Nearly six months after Hurricane Sandy damaged every home in Ortley Beach, residents and business owners are still in the process of rebuilding.
This latest storm brings another round of flooding for some coastal towns in Ocean and Monmouth counties.
The last thing any Jersey shore town needs is another storm. Frustrated locals are fed up.