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NJ Communities Impacted by Sandy Get More Federal Dollars

More help is on the way for areas hard-hit by Sandy six months ago.

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Trash piled up in Seaside Heights after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Where Do We Stand Six Months After Sandy?

Superstorm Sandy, a hybrid of a hurricane and two cold-weather systems, struck six months ago on Oct. 29, concentrating most of its fury on New Jersey, New York and Connecticut and becoming one of the most expensive storms in history. Six months later, the region is still recovering and the scope of the storm has come into sharper focus. Figures are as of Friday.

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New Jersey beach (New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium )
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Beach Access Requirement Legislation Advances

A legislative committee has advanced a bill that does not require better public access to New Jersey's beaches that are replenished by federal funding after Superstorm Sandy.

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Your Favorite Jersey Shore Town – Do You Believe it’ll Be Back by Summer? [Poll]

We’re a month away from Memorial Day, and a recent trip down the shore indicated to me that we’re still a long way off from being fully restored.

While I always like to remain hopeful, both my wife and I were still pretty much in shock seeing the condition of all the places we’ve gone along Ocean Ave

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Sandy Hits the Jersey Shore - Mantoloking
Sandy destruction in Mantoloking (Townsquare Media)
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Mantoloking May Take Land for Beach Replenishment

The community that was hardest-hit by Superstorm Sandy is preparing to use eminent domain to take small strips of land from oceanfront homeowners who are holding up a critically needed beach replenishment project.

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Fort Monmouth
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Rebuilding Fort Monmouth After Sandy

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) is committed to Monmouth County’s efforts to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy and redevelop Fort Monmouth. That’s the takeaway from Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon after today’s Assembly Budget Committee hearing in Trenton.

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Jersey Shore Communities Continue Recovery Efforts From Superstorm Sandy
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Scientists: Superstorm Sandy Jolted United States

Superstorm Sandy didn't just rattle the East Coast, it also jiggled the ground across the country ever so slightly, scientists reported Thursday.

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State to Buy Flood-Prone Homes

New Jersey officials plan to unveil a plan in the next two to three weeks for buying out roughly 1,000 flood-prone homes from owners who want to sell them, a state Department of Environmental Protection spokesman said Tuesday.

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New Jersey Transit Train
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Post-Sandy Costs Continue to Rise for NJ Transit

The costs continue to mount for New Jersey Transit in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Fishing Industry Could Get Federal Aid for Sandy Recovery [AUDIO]

Congressman Frank Pallone plans to introduce a proposal that will help New Jersey's and New York's storm-battered commercial and recreational fishing industries.

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