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Port Elizabeth
Flickr User vaticanus
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Port Authority Details Sandy’s Damage to Ports

Ships have been unloading cargo at the Port of New York and New Jersey since a week after Hurricane Sandy, but a full return to normal operation could take a lot longer.

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David Matthau, Townsquare Media
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States Join Forces to Get Sandy Aid

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy are joining forces in a regional effort to land more federal aid for recovering from Superstorm Sandy.

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FEMA Housing
FEMA Housing (Scott Olson, Getty Images)
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FEMA Extends Temporary Housing

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will continue paying for hotel rooms for some New Jersey survivors of Superstorm Sandy for another two weeks.

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New Jersey Transit Train
Flickr User Phillip Capper
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Repairs Nearly Done on Lone Suspended NJ Rail Line

NJ Transit says it should be able to start running test trains on the final commuter rail line still suspended after Hurricane Sandy.

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Charlotte Nagy & Train's Pat Monahan
Charlotte Nagy & Train's Pat Monahan when they met at Train's concert at Monmouth University in August. (YouTube)
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NJ Teen Inspires Grammy Win Group to Play Benefit [VIDEO]

An amateur video shot by a New Jersey teenager that chronicles the impact of Superstorm Sandy in a devastated Jersey Shore town has caught the eye of a Grammy-winning band that now plans to play a benefit concert.

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Traffic Light
Flickr user Horia Varlan
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Solar-Powered Traffic Lights Wanted By Officials

In response to the catastrophic hit from Sandy in late October, Assemblywoman Amy Handlin (R-Monmouth) and a group of local mayors sent a letter Wednesday to the Federal Emergency Management Agency requesting funds for solar-powered traffic signals.

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Damage to homes in Ortley Beach
Damage to homes in Ortley Beach (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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NJ Hurricane Relief Fund Tops $18 Million

The charity launched by Governor Chris Christie and his wife to help victims of Hurricane Sandy has raised $18.2 million in its first 24 days.

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Hurricane Sandy damage in Holgate, Mystic Islands, Ortley Beach and Lavalette,
Hurricane Sandy damage in Mystic Island (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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LBI’s Holgate Will Reopen Tuesday

A Long Beach Island community that was among the areas hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy will finally reopen on Tuesday.

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Submerged Seaside Heights roller coaster (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Submerged Seaside Heights roller coaster (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Seaside Coaster Ruins May Stay – Dopey Idea or Not? [POLL]

I didn’t believe what I was hearing after watching the Jets debacle last night, but I’m not surprised by it.

According to this report, the mayor of Seaside Heights,
Bill Akers, told WNBC TV that’s he’s considering leaving the ruins of the Seaside Coaster submerged as a tourist attraction, supposedly as a testament to the resilience of the town against the fury of Sandy…or some such nonsense to that effect.

The report states
that the picture of the ride, which looks more like a water slide these days, ha

Taxes
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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IRS Gives Sandy Victims a Break [AUDIO]

The Internal Revenue Service says they also have some help to offer New Jersey victims of the recent storms.

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