The latest briefing from weather officials mentioned the chance of record-breaking floods early next week when Hurricane Sandy slams the Garden State. To mitigate potential damage, Governor Chris Christie announced today that water levels will be manually drawn down from a number of rivers and lakes in advance of the storm.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has eliminated unnecessary red tape that will allow towns to get money quicker from FEMA for repairs or replacements of public infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Irene last year.
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