The Federal Emergency Management Agency should recover nearly half of the $7 million grant it gave to a New Jersey shore town to fix its boardwalk after it was damaged by Superstorm Sandy, a government audit found.
It's a good thing Hurricane Joaquin never made its way to New Jersey because the strong winds and rains the state dealt with over the past several ways caused a number of problems along the Jersey Shore.
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