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Superstorm Sandy

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney
State Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sweeney: Sandy oversight report was ‘not acceptable’

State Senate President Steve Sweeney was joined at a press conference Monday by housing advocates to criticize the Christie administration for the lack of details in the recently-released Superstorm Sandy integrity monitor reports.

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"Boardwalk - Stories from Sandy" App available for iOS and Android
"Boardwalk - Stories from Sandy" App available for iOS and Android
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Take A Free Interactive GPS Tour of the Seaside Boardwalk

Superstorm Sandy and the Seaside Boardwalk Fire changed Ocean County forever. A talented group of designers, producers, and journalists got together to make an interactive app to bring you right into the experiences on the Seaside Heights and Seaside Park boardwalks.

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Sandy construction
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Cracking down on Sandy cheats [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs continues to aggressively go after companies that allegedly were involved in price-gouging after Superstorm Sandy, more than 20 months ago.

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Beach Dunes
Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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Dune Damage Worse Than Expected [AUDIO]

A new report compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey finds beach erosion levels in New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy were worse than the damage caused by several Gulf Coast hurricanes in recent years.

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New house construction
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Post-Sandy Construction: Strong, Tough [AUDIO]

Hurricane Preparedness Week is a good time to take a look at how far we have come with better and more sturdy construction of shore homes and businesses in this post-Sandy era.

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Hurricane
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Drones Will Measure Hurricane Intensity [AUDIO]

This summer, scientists will use the latest available technology to take on Mother Nature and determine how severe developing hurricanes could become, and what level of preparedness will be required if the storms make landfall.

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Man Stressed Over Money
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Helping People With Post-Sandy Stress [AUDIO]

With hurricane season set to begin June 1, New Jersey officials are hosting a roundtable discussion Wednesday with physicians in Red Bank to help raise awareness about post-Sandy stress, and the need to screen and treat residents adversely affected by the storm.

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A pile of debris from Superstorm Sandy sits in front of a damaged home on in Beach Haven
A pile of debris from Superstorm Sandy sits in front of a damaged home on in Beach Haven (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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Official Says $882M in Sandy Aid Coming to NJ

A government official says a plan is in place for disbursing $2.5 billion in additional federal aid to New Jersey, New York City and New York state for Superstorm Sandy recovery.

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(Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
(Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Many Beaches in Pre-Sandy Conditions [AUDIO]

Although Superstorm Sandy left New Jersey beaches battered, much of the state's coast is stronger than ever going into summer 2014.

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Damage From Hurricane Sandy
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NJ to Fund Demo of Sandy-Damaged Homes [AUDIO]

Homes that were damaged beyond repair by Superstorm Sandy are being targeted as part of a $15 million program administered through the Department of Community Affairs.

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