Almost nine months after Superstorm Sandy, many Jersey Shore towns hard-hit by the hurricane have rebuilt their boardwalks and reopened their businesses, but thousands of Garden State families that suffered flood damage in their homes are still living like nomads.
In addition to returning $375,000 back to Harvey Cedars, the State Supreme Court's decision to require lower courts to consider the protective properties of dunes also helps towns still needing to get access easements for federal beach replenishment project.
Superstorm Sandy was no match for Island Beach State Park, and now, a little over eight months later, the full 10-mile stretch of bathing beaches, boardwalks and nature reserves have re-opened for the vital tourism season.
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