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Sandy damage in Highlands
Sandy damage in Highlands (Hope For Highlands)
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Renters Displaced By Sandy Face Troubles [AUDIO]

As if there weren't enough troubles for those who lost their homes in Superstorm Sandy, now some renters are finding themselves in a lurch coming up with money for another security deposit; all the while not getting much support from FEMA.

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Governor Chris Christie (Photo by Annette Petriccione)
Governor Chris Christie (Photo by Annette Petriccione)
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Governor Christie Expects Livable Jersey Shore This Summer [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Rebuilding and restoration efforts continue up and down the Jersey Shore, and good progress is being made, but what will things look like when the weather gets warmer this summer?

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Habitat For Humanity Helps Repair Sandy-Damaged Homes [AUDIO]

Forget about everything you thought you knew about Habitat for Humanity. The nearly quarter of a century old non-profit has long since expanded its mission to the point that they can actually help storm ravaged homeowners at the Jersey Shore.

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Flickr User Amelungc
Flickr User Amelungc
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Shore Towns Consider Sea Walls For Future Storms [AUDIO]

In an effort to protect shore communities from future storms, many are opting in favor of artificially constructed sea walls to act as a buffer.

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Memorial Day weekend 2012 on the boardwalk at Pt. Pleasant, NJ (Facebook photo via Jenkinson's Boardwalk)
Memorial Day weekend 2012 on the boardwalk at Pt. Pleasant, NJ (Facebook photo via Jenkinson's Boardwalk)
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Will the Jersey Shore be Ready for Summer of 2013?

Will the hard-hit Jersey Shore be open and ready for the Summer of 2013? New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he expects to see a "liveable Jersey Shore" by the Fourth of July. Normally, Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of the summer season at the Jersey Shore.

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Flickr User Thisisbossi
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NJ Congressman Worried About Potential Shoreline Cuts [AUDIO]

As the Sandy Relief Bill moves closer to materializing, Congressman Rush Holt (D-12) warns cuts to the Regional Ocean Partnerships in the legislation will prove detrimental to the region as it recovers.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie Says Sandy Aid Will Help Shore Open For Summer [AUDIO]

Governor Christie is optimistic this will be a good summer for the Jersey Shore, but he's asking Garden State residents to continue being patient.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Officials To Tell New Yorkers The Shore Is Ready [AUDIO]

When people think Jersey Shore, they think either reality show or storm-battered boardwalks and ocean-submerged roller coasters.

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Damaged home in Seaside Park following Hurricane Sandy
Damaged home in Seaside Park following Hurricane Sandy (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Shore Rentals Post-Sandy? [AUDIO]

The Jersey shore certainly won't be back to normal by summer 2013, and it may never go back to the way we knew it before October 29 of last year, but officials and realtors along New Jersey's coast say renting definitely remains an option.

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Flickr User angusleonard
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Jersey Shore Dune Opponents – Are They Being Shortsighted? [POLL]

If I had oceanfront property, I can’t imagine I wouldn’t want a view of the ocean.

But at the cost of seeing that property wiped out in another storm…even one not as severe as Sandy…would make me think of how prudent it would be to have dunes placed along the shore to protect not only my property, but that of my neighbors and the many businesses that line the shore.

That’s why Governo

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