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NJ Transit train (Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Transit to get $71M in next round of Sandy relief funding

New Jersey Transit is getting $71 million from the federal government to pay for rebuilding and replacing equipment damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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An Oct. 31, 2012 photo shows an oceanfront home in Bay Head, N.J wrecked by Superstorm Sandy two days earlier. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Law to require transparency on Sandy aid in New Jersey

Housing activists are lauding a new law that requires more transparency in how aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy is distributed in New Jersey.

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Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey delegation calls for FEMA Sandy review extension

Eleven members of New Jersey's congressional delegation are calling on the federal government to extend the deadline for those seeking Superstorm Sandy-related payment reviews.

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Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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US makes 1st new payments to Sandy victims after review

The federal government has started making new payments to victims of Superstorm Sandy after a review found that some policyholders were not paid what they were due from the National Flood Insurance Program.

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Thunderstorm clouds arrive in Manasquan
Thunderstorm clouds arrive in Manasquan (Joe Palmer, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Jersey shore town won’t rebuild its storm-wrecked sand dunes

Another Jersey shore town that was pummeled by Superstorm Sandy has decided it doesn't want protective sand dunes.

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A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy
A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Sandy history being documented by NJ college

Superstorm Sandy was one of the most significant events to affect the state. A group of students from one of New Jersey's top-rated colleges is making sure the event is memorialized for generations to come.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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State agrees to pay $7.6 million to HGI

Gov. Chris Christie's administration has reached a deal to pay $7.6 million to a firm New Jersey contracted to help handle applications for its Superstorm Sandy housing recovery program.

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This May 15, 2015 photo, beachgoers play volleyball on the sand in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Jersey shore still recovering as 3rd post-Sandy summer nears

In the months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore, Gov. Chris Christie warned residents the damage would not be quickly undone.

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NJ Transit gets more federal Sandy funds

New Jersey Transit has received another $147 million from the Federal Transit Administration for projects related to Superstorm Sandy.

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Army Corps releases coastal flood risk management framework

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday issued a report saying that managing the flooding risk along the North Atlantic coast from events like Superstorm Sandy is something that has to be done collaboratively by all levels of government and the private sector.

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