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.
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.
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.
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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