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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Studying Sandy’s impact on New Jerseyans

In an effort to determine the long-term effects of Sandy on the health and well-being of New Jersey residents, the state Department of Health is backing a study that will be conducted by a joint research team from Rutgers and Columbia universities.

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Gov. Chris Christie speaks during a town hall meeting in Stafford Township. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
Gov. Chris Christie speaks during a town hall meeting in Stafford Township. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sandy Recovery Remains in Focus [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Nineteen months after Superstorm Sandy slammed the Jersey Shore, Gov. Chris Christie remains focused on restoration and recovery.

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NJ DEP Still Focused on Sandy Restoration [AUDIO]

A year and a half after Superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey, the state Department of Environmental Protection remains focused on programs to rebuild and replenish beaches and sand dunes, buy out homes that are repeatedly flooded, assist homeowners in high-risk areas to elevate their homes, and improve waste water and water treatment infrastructure.

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Sandy Recovery
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NJ Holding Sandy Aid Hearings

New Jersey residents will be able to comment at three public hearings next week on the state's plans to spend more than $1.4 billion in Superstorm Sandy recovery aid.

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Carol Benevy (l.) and Chaplain Bill Meyer
Carol Benevy (l.) and Chaplain Bill Meyer (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Emotional Support Services for Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

Superstorm Sandy continues to take an emotional toll on Garden State residents well after its first anniversary.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Help for Small Businesses Affected by Sandy

The State of New Jersey is providing help to small business owners recovering from Superstorm Sandy through the Stronger New Jersey Business Grant and Loan programs.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Will Government Shutdown Stall Sandy Recovery

The budget battle rages on in Washington, D.C. today as worries about a federal government shutdown intensify. One of New Jersey’s top environmentalists warns that a shutdown could affect effect programs to help the Garden State recover and rebuild from Superstorm Sandy and put our environment and health at risk.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Superstorm Sandy Hearing on Recovery Progress Scheduled [AUDIO]

Do you feel abandoned by the State of New Jersey because you still haven't recovered from Superstorm Sandy? If you want to give state legislators a piece of your mind, you should make plans to be in Jersey City this Monday night for the second public hearing on Sandy recovery progress.

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Superstorm Sandy business
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Sandy Recovery Grant Program Rolls Out [AUDIO]

The third and final assistance plan from the Economic Development Authority (EDA) will make $75 million available for neighborhoods and business communities to recover after Superstorm Sandy.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie on Sandy: Nine Months Later [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is offering a progress report on the state's recovery efforts, more than nine months since New Jersey was walloped by Superstorm Sandy.

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