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Downed Power Lines
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Power Companies to Improve Communication [AUDIO]

By summer, the state's utility companies will be required to increase interaction with their customers before and after major weather events, as well as during widespread power outages.

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PATH trains
Flickr user Paul Lowry
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PATH, MTA, SEPTA Get Sandy Funds

Nearly $390 million in federal disaster funding has been allocated to reimburse the MTA, PATH, and SEPTA for expenses incurred before and during Superstorm Sandy.

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Sandy Renters
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Report Finds Low-Income Renters Hard Hit by Sandy

A new report finds low-income residents and renters in New Jersey and New York were particularly hard hit by Superstorm Sandy.

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Housing Construction
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NJ Finds 124 Unregistered Post-Sandy Contractors

New Jersey inspectors have found 124 unregistered contractors doing work on homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy since January.

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Flooding
Christopher Furlong, Getty Images
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Buy Out Flood-Prone NJ Homes Says Former DEP Boss

As New Jersey lawmakers consider a package of bills to help the state recover from Superstorm Sandy, a former New Jersey environmental protection commissioner says the storm provided a golden opportunity to buy out flood-prone homes and move them further away from the water.

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Barnegat Bay Island, NJ Facebook
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Amazing Video of Submerged Seaside Ride Being Pulled out of Point Pleasant Beach

Car #17 from Funtown Pier's Arctic Circle ride, which had traveled approximately 10 miles and washed ashore in Point Pleasant Beach a few days after Sandy made landfall, was removed from the beach yesterday, according to the Barnegat Bay Island, NJ Facebook page. Check out this awesome video.

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Debris Cleanup Company Owned by Felon

A company with a contract to clean up debris scattered in New Jersey by Superstorm Sandy has fired a subcontractor owned by a felon.

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Sewage Drain
Flickr User Les Chatfield
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Is Your Health At Risk? Reintroduced Legislation Would Let You Know

Families would find out when their health may be at risk from contamination due to sewage facility overflow under a bill that's been reintroduced by New Jersey U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.

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Sandy Hook
Sandy Hook (Flickr User Dougtone)
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Most of Sandy Hook Reopening May 1

Storm-damaged Sandy Hook will re-open on May 1, although three northern beaches won't be ready for the public until Memorial Day weekend.

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Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
Bruce Bennett, Getty Images
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NJ Lawmaker Trying to Halt Closure of FEMA Centers

Congressman Frank Pallone isn't happy that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has decided to close some Disaster Recovery Centers in New Jersey. 

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