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Governor Chris Christie and Mayor Walter LaCicero look on as Joanne Filippine bangs one of the last nails into the last board to mark the completion of the newly finished boardwalk in Lavalette, N.J. on Monday, May 20, 2013. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie Promotes Shore [VIDEO]

Jersey shore towns are ready for business this holiday weekend and upcoming summer, despite the destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy in October.

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New Jersey Shore Still Heavily Damaged Months After Hurricane Sandy
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NJ Sandy Recovery Bill Pulled

A bill that would allow Jersey Shore towns to better capitalize on beach access fees by allowing the proceeds to also be used to rebuild and maintain nearby properties decimated by Sandy was supposed to be considered by a State Senate committee Monday.

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Flooding
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Buyouts for Flood-Prone Homes in NJ

If you live in a flood-prone area in New Jersey, help is on the way. 

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Visiting the Shore This Year – Will You Spend More Money There Because of Hurricane Sandy? [POLL]

The other night I mentioned there was a “moral obligation” to visit the shore to try and help restore it. I may have been overstating the case.

Sure, it’s your vacation buck, and you can spend it wherever and however you wish

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5 Jersey Shore Landmarks Prince Harry Should Visit [LIST]

Prince Harry will be in New Jersey on Tuesday. He wants to see the part of the Jersey Shore that Superstorm Sandy hit the hardest. He'll be accompanied by Governor Christie when he tours "ground zero" of the storm, Mantoloking. He'll also be stopping by Seaside Heights to see the progress of Restore The Shore. We figured since Harry will be at the Shore, he might as well get the full experience. That's why we asked you on Facebook to name a landmark or hot spot in Monmouth & Ocean counties that is a must for the Prince to see.

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Sand Dunes
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NJ Supreme Court Hears Beach Dune Case

The New Jersey Supreme Court will decide an issue crucial to the future of the Jersey shore in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy: whether oceanfront homeowners deserve cash compensation when protective dune projects block their views of the water.

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Mantoloking
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Mantoloking Begins Razing Homes

Cranes and bulldozers have joined seagulls and surf as the new sounds of summer in the Jersey shore town that was the hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy.

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Route 35 in Brick after Sandy
Route 35 in Brick after Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Route 35 Repaving Delayed Until September

The state Transportation Department is reversing gears on its ambitious plan to rebuild a road that was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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Superstorm Sandy damage in Bay Head
Superstorm Sandy damage in Bay Head (YouTube)
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NJ to Receive $9.2M in Sandy Aid

More than $9.2 million in federal funds is on the way to Toms River, the New Jersey Department of Military Affairs, East Brunswick and Eagleswood Township to reimburse the municipalities and state for emergency measures taken as a result of Sandy.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Hurricane Center Focusing on Water Hazards

Last year's hurricane season drove home some big lessons, the nation's chief hurricane forecaster said Tuesday: Storm surge and flooding are dangerous and difficult to predict, and sometimes it's even harder to communicate that sense of urgency to the public.

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