A central New Jersey man has been sentenced to five years in state prison after admitting he preyed on Superstorm Sandy victims by promising them low-cost housing or cars and defrauding them of approximately $55,000.
Two-thirds of New Jerseyans don’t think the state is "back to normal" after the devastation left in the wake of Superstorm Sandy according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll. In April, 78 percent said life was not yet normal. Most still think it will be years before normalcy returns.
With evidence that sea levels in New Jersey have risen by more than a foot over the last 100 years and are expected to continue going up, some experts believe sea level rise should be considered as the state continues to recover and rebuild from Superstorm Sandy.
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