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Gov. Chris Christie talks with Gloria Kooman and other residents while he pays a visit to the home of Frank and Deborah Smith to talk with volunteers, who are helping to rebuild the Smith's home. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Gov. Chris Christie talks with Gloria Kooman and other residents while he pays a visit to the home of Frank and Deborah Smith to talk with volunteers, who are helping to rebuild the Smith's home. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie target of online Sandy recovery campaign

Jersey Shore families still having difficulties recovering from Sandy two years after the Superstorm are targeting Gov. Chris Christie in an online campaign.

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Sandy construction
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Sandy victims’ needs remain the same, two years later

One year after Superstorm Sandy devastated New Jersey, Monmouth University surveyed the hardest-hit victims and asked what kind of help they still needed. Thursday, Monmouth released a new poll that revealed the same victims still need the same things today as they did a year ago.

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Gov. Chris Christie speaks during the Two-Year Anniversary Community Event in Belmar on Oct. 29, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Gov. Chris Christie speaks during the Two-Year Anniversary Community Event in Belmar on Oct. 29, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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New York, New Jersey look back 2 years after Sandy

BELMAR, N.J. (AP) -- The second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy arrived Wednesday in a region where recovery in New Jersey and New York is happening unevenly, with many houses, boardwalks and businesses rebuilt but many people still unable to return to their homes.

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Jersey Shore Continues Sandy Recovery Efforts In Preparation For Summer Season
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Most NJ residents satisfied with Sandy recovery, poll says

Wednesday marks the two-year anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy began pummeling New Jersey, and a new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll reveals most Garden State residents are satisfied with recovery efforts so far.

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Homes in Mantoloking damaged from Sandy
Homes in Mantoloking damaged by Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Sandy victims still trying to get home

Since Superstorm Sandy two years ago, the mission of getting people back into their homes has presented a mixed bag of results. For every success story, there's a tale of frustration.

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Gov. Christie with residents
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Sandy housing aid tops $1B

Speaking in advance of the two-year mark since Superstorm Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie said more than $1 billion in federal housing recovery funds are either "out the door" or "in the pipeline" to homeowners impacted by the storm.

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Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Shore sheet pile project nears completion

A state Department of Environmental Protection program that involves installing metal sheet piles along a stretch of the beach in Mantoloking and Brick is nearing completion in time for the winter season.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Two years after Sandy, getting help to NJ residents

Almost two years after Sandy struck the Garden State, problems persist in getting relief aid to businesses and homeowners who suffered extensive damage in areas hardest hit by the superstorm.

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Seaside Heights boardwalk
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After Sandy and the fire, Seaside Heights still struggles

While New Jersey's second summer after Sandy proved to be significantly better than 2013, some shore businesses say they're still a long ways away from pre-storm numbers.

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Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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‘Katrina/Sandy’ Web timeline study is launched

Nine years after Hurricane Katrina and nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, a Web-based interactive timeline comparing and contrasting the impact and responses to the storms is now available to the public.

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