While the Jersey Shore is ready for tourists, there are still thousands in need after Superstorm Sandy. A special community assessment is now underway in Ocean County, a little over seven months since the storm hit.
Less than a year after Superstorm Sandy, an American Red Cross survey shows that a little more than half of those in coastal communities that were hardest hit, plan to take steps to prepare for this year's hurricane season.
The academic year is nearing an end and many school districts in New Jersey are making the necessary final adjustments to their calendars to fulfill the state-required minimum of 180 days of instructional time, a task that has been made more complicated thanks to Superstorm Sandy.
In an effort to encourage Sandy-impacted homeowners to resettle in their primary residences and help them with reconstruction, rehabilitation, elevation and mitigation, the state Department of Community Affairs has launched the reNew Jersey Stronger housing assistance initiative which will provide $780 million in grants to assist those who are eligible.
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