With the exception of the removal of underwater debris, boats, vehicles and amusement rides, the majority of post-Sandy mitigation work has been concentrated on what we can see. But an environmental group wants some of the attention focused on what we can't see.
New Jersey agreed Friday to provide more aid to low-income homeowners and renters still displaced by Superstorm Sandy, direct more aid to the hardest-hit counties and re-examine every rejected application to the state's main storm recovery grant program.
Many Garden State residents experiencing a higher frequency of coastal flooding are blaming Superstorm Sandy for altering our environment. However, lead scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey say Sandy is not to blame.