Two Jersey shore towns will move soon to seize narrow strips of oceanfront land from owners whose refusal to grant permission for the work has been blocking a desperately needed shore protection project.
The state cannot be short-sighted in its storm recovery from Superstorm Sandywarns a former Department of Environmental Protection commissioner during a joint Senate-Assembly panel on the pace of rebuilding.
The New Jersey Supreme Court will decide an issue crucial to the future of the Jersey shore in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy: whether oceanfront homeowners deserve cash compensation when protective dune projects block their views of the water.
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