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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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Flickr User Phillip Capper
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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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Some Sandy Victims Still Emotionally Scarred [AUDIO]

More than five months after Hurricane Sandy belted the Garden State, some of the hardest hit residents are still struggling with symptoms including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Hoboken PATH station during Superstorm Sandy (Image courtesy of Port Authority of NY and NJ)
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$1.4B in Sandy Transit Aid Goes to NY, NJ

The federal government is announcing $1.4 billion in aid to transit agencies affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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FEMA Preps for Flood Sticker Shock

Federal officials are encouraging homeowners in flood-prone communities to consider elevating their houses and raising their deductibles to cut down on rising flood insurance premiums.

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NJ Tourism Increased Last Year Despite Sandy

Not even Superstorm Sandy could wash away an historic tourist season last year in New Jersey.

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Trash piled up in Seaside Heights after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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GOP Leader Denies Influence in NJ Debris Deal

The chairman of the Ocean County Republican organization says he played no role in county towns' decision to hire a debris contractor that used him as a consultant.

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Christie Seeks $250M for Flood Buyouts

Owners of perpetually flooded homes could be getting bought out through the state’s Blue Acres program, provided Governor Christie receives the quarter billion in funding he’s asking for from the federal government.

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Dawn To Dusk Hurricane Sandy Videos From Space [VIDEOS, PHOTOS]

You don't need me to remind you what Hurricane Sandy did to New Jersey.  We're still recovering. Please help restore New Jersey (see tab at the top of the nj1015.com home page).

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