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Ocean City and Mantoloking Moving to Take Dune Easements

Two Jersey shore towns will move soon to seize narrow strips of oceanfront land from owners whose refusal to grant permission for the work has been blocking a desperately needed shore protection project.

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New Jersey Transit Trains
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Christie Says Worker to Blame for Train Damage

Gov. Chris Christie says a low-level manager -- not the state's mass transit chief -- was to blame for failing to move trains to higher ground during Superstorm Sandy, causing $120 million in damage.

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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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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy
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Residents Get Six More Months for Sandy Filing

Victims of Superstorm Sandy still fighting for a bigger insurance payment from the companies that administer the federal flood insurance program are getting a six-month extension to file critical paperwork.

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Vans Warped Tour Hurricane Sandy Relief Day
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Sandy Aid, Beach Work to Continue in Federal Shutdown

Officials expect major federally funded Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts will continue even if the federal government shuts down Tuesday.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Sandy Victims Want Help with Insurers, Bureaucrats

The water came in torrents; the aid is being parceled out drip by drip.

That was one of the main complaints voiced Monday by victims of Superstorm Sandy at a legislative hearing in Trenton on the pace of the state's recovery from the Oct

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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NJ to Receive $17 Million in Sandy Relief

More than $17 million in federal Sandy relief grants are on the way to New Jersey, including $10 million for mitigation efforts to guard against future storms. 

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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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Flooded Schools
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NJ Pays Schools to Study Flood Risks

New Jersey is spending $1.3 million to study ways to reduce the risk of flooding and damage from storm surges.

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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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