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Getting Set for Sandy and Remembering Irene – Do You Take the Warnings Seriously? [POLL]

When I hear warnings of the possibility of a major storm…one the likes of being compared to the “perfect storm” of 1991…I hope for the best but get ready for the worst.

Last time out, with Irene, I went out to get a battery powered sump pump and tried to hook it up…alas to no avail

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NOAA via Getty Images
NOAA via Getty Images
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Shore OEM’s Are Prepping For Sandy [POLL/AUDIO]

Will it or won't it? That's the question surrounding whether Hurricane Sandy will make landfall on the Garden State.

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NJ Towns Will Get Hurricane Irene Disaster Aid Faster

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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Toms River during Hurricane Irene (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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A Region-By-Region Look At Hurricane Irene’s Toll

Hurricane Irene and its remnants raked the Caribbean, the eastern U.S. and Canada for more than a week a year ago. Though it never hit the U.S. as anything stronger than a minimal hurricane, it killed at least 67 people in all and ranks as the costliest Category 1 storm on record since at least 1980. It caused an estimated $15.8 billion in total damage.

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One Year Since Irene: Are We Prepared? [POLL/AUDIO/PHOTOS]

Where were you one year ago today? Some were hunkered down at home while others were in shelters.

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Utilites, States Sparring Over Hurricane Irene’s Costs

A year after Hurricane Irene knocked out power to millions across the Northeast, utilities and regulators are still sparring over how to divide repair and restoration costs between ratepayers and utilities.

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More Funds Approved For Hurricane Irene Cleanup

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is providing $1.1 million to Somerset County – to help pay for cleanup efforts after Hurricane Irene slammed Jersey last August.

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Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
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Irene Retired From Tropical Storm Name List

Irene is being retired from the list of storm names because the 2011 hurricane killed 49 people and caused more than $15 billion in damage.

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Michael Nagle, Getty Images
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Council Finds Storm OT Abuse In Paterson

An investigation by the Paterson City Council has found rampant abuse of overtime payments by city officials during back-to-back summer storms.

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Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
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New Measure Enhances Coastal Evacuation Plan [AUDIO]

Last Summer, Hurricane Irene caused damage to the Garden State and forced thousands to evacuate their homes.

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