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Sandy One Year Later

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After Sandy – The Jersey Shore Then and Now [PHOTOS]

Recently, Getty photographers set out to track the progress since Sandy swept through the tri-state area. Their photos highlight the accomplishments of the past year, but underscore the need to stay the course.

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Superstorm Sandy Damage
Normandy Beach after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Second-Homeowners in Limbo After Sandy

The Jersey shore's small vacation bungalows and cottages have for decades staked out little plots of paradise where families who scrimped and saved could while away summer evenings, parents having drinks on the deck and kids working the ice cream stand or stealing a first kiss under the boardwalk.

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Joy (ASPCA)
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One Sandy Stray Left

In the chaotic weeks after Superstorm Sandy, nearly 300 stray and displaced pets hunkered down at an emergency shelter set up in a Brooklyn warehouse by the ASPCA.

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Governor Chris Christie meets with Office of Emergency Management about Sandy.  (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie meets with Office of Emergency Management about Sandy. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Will NJ Ever Really Be Ready for Another Hurricane? [SERIES]

In the final part of our special series, 'Are We Ready,' we examine whether the Garden State truly is prepared for another hurricane, such as Sandy.

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Mantoloking
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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NJ Not Ready for Another Superstorm: Report Finds [SERIES]

In part four of our series, 'Are We Ready,' we examine the findings of a new report on just how prepared we are for another superstorm.

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Toms River dunes
Toms River dunes (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Shore Towns Approve Seizure of Dune Easements

A year after Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc along the New Jersey shore, three coastal towns have given themselves authority to seize beachfront land from owners who are blocking the federal government from building a protective dune system.

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Governor Chris Christie meets with Office of Emergency Management, cabinet members and senior staff in preparation of Hurricane Sandy (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie meets with Office of Emergency Management, cabinet members and senior staff in preparation of Hurricane Sandy (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ’s OEM Prepares for Another Superstorm [SERIES]

In part three of our series, Are We Ready? We take a look into efforts being made by the state OEM to be ready for a future storm of Sandy's magnitude.

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Beach Dunes
Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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NJ Shore Towns Scramble to Rebuild Dunes After Sandy [SERIES]

Following the destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy almost one year ago, municipalities up and down the Jersey Shore are recovering, rebuilding and preparing for another possible storm. In part two of our five-part series: Are We Ready? We hear the answer right now is 'no.'

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Superstorm Sandy business
Ortley Beach business (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Are We Ready for Another Superstorm? [SERIES]

As the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, New Jersey has made tremendous efforts to repair, rebuild, and prepare for another possible hit from a hurricane at some point in the future, but what would happen if the Garden State took another direct hit in the coming weeks or months? In the first part of a five-part series, we take a look today at whether we are ready.

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Sandy destruction in South Mantoloking
Sandy destruction in South Mantoloking (Townsquare Media)
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Mantoloking Reassessing Taxes After Sandy Damage

The Jersey shore town hardest-hit by Superstorm Sandy plans to adjust its property tax assessments to account for the massive damage the storm caused.

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