Since Superstorm Sandy devastated New Jersey and knocked out power to millions of homes and businesses, the state's utilities have been faced with tough questions about what they can do to protect customers in the face of future weather disasters. One utility has responded with a comprehensive and pricey plan.
As the summer approaches, the lasting ramifications of Superstorm Sandy are starting to come to light, however one effect that is still unknown is the impact on the jellyfish population at Barnegat Bay.
According to a local newspaper's investigation, "The Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation" has raised $1 million dollars. However, the organization is not registered, is not tax exempt and has $800,000 in their account.
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