The head of the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission says the agency's massive wastewater treatment plant suffered historic damage from Superstorm Sandy but that repairs are progressing and the plant could be fully operational soon.
The mayor of New Jersey's largest city was once known for shoveling the snow off residents' cars. That was before he went into a burning building to rescue his neighbor. And all of that was before Superstorm Sandy.
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