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A Year Later, Hurricane Sandy's Effects Still Linger In New Jersey

Huffington Post: To be sure, remarkable progress has been made in recovering from one of the worst storms ever to hit New Jersey and the second-costliest in the nation's history at $65 billion, trailing only Hurricane Katrina's $125 billion cost. Tens of millions of ...
Sex offender tries to blame GPS tracker woes on Hurricane Sandy

- 3 days ago @ philly.com: A convicted South Jersey sex offender on Tuesday tried to blame his failure to wear a GPS tracking device on Hurricane Sandy-related relocation woes. But a jury took just 23 minutes to convict 48-year-old Ernest Jones of violating the state's court ...

Closed charity hands off Sandy aid

- 3 days ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: SPARTA — A Sparta couple accused of diverting donations from an unregistered Hurricane Sandy charity to themselves have redistributed $225,000 of the charity’s money to four other similar causes.

City Councilman Calls Hurricane Sandy a 'Blessing'

- 2 days ago @ observer.com: “The opportunity coming from Sandy, we finally got the city and country to look at a little place called the Rockaways and it has really been a blessing in a sense to have that storm come through, to an extent, because we've been able to now shine a ...

City Councilman Calls Hurricane Sandy a ‘Blessing’

- 2 days ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Queens Councilman Donovan Richards called Hurricane Sandy a "blessing."

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Rebounding from Hurricane Sandy, one tree at a time

allvoices: More than a year after Hurricane Sandy swept through the Belle Harbor neighborhood in New York City's Rockaways Peninsula, one can still see the high-water marks on the front steps of the Belle Harbor Yacht Club. One can also hear and see signs of ...

In Biscayne National Park, Elliott Key, damaged by Hurricane Sandy, reopens

MiamiHerald.com: ELLIOTT KEY -- When Hurricane Sandy pounded Elliott Key in Biscayne National Park in September 2012, a massive storm surge washed over the skinny island beloved by boaters and campers, ripping out piers, cracking its seawall and forcing rangers to ...

Mayor Announces 'Major Overhaul' to City's Sandy Rebuilding Efforts

Three weeks after appointing a new leadership team to head Hurricane Sandy recovery, Mayor Bill de Blasio released a report Thursday outlining what he called a major overhaul of the rebuilding effort, and in the process, set ambitious goals for himself.

NJ Sandy planning moves forward on local level; experts say regional approach

NJ.com: While trudging through the ongoing rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy, coastal communities pounded by the devastating storm are trying to form long-term strategies for addressing a wide-range of recovery needs with a finite amount of money. At the same ...

Mayor Details New Hurricane Sandy Aid Reforms

New York Times: For thousands of New Yorkers whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, the rebuilding process has been a slog of navigating the federal bureaucracy and an alphabet soup of municipal agencies, with residents of Staten Island and the ...

In Biscayne National Park, Eliott Key, damaged by Hurricane Sandy, reopens

MiamiHerald.com: ELIOTT KEY -- When Hurricane Sandy pounded Elliott Key in Biscayne National Park in September 2012, a massive storm surge washed over the skinny island beloved by boaters and campers, ripping out piers, cracking its seawall and forcing rangers to ...

After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Residents Support Government Mitigation, But Not Footing the Bill

Only a small fraction of New Jersey residents are willing to pay more to reduce the likelihood of severe damage from future hurricanes that hit the state.

After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Residents Support G overnment Mitigation

Newswise — Washington, D.C. – New Jersey residents who were surveyed four months after Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast of the United States in October 2012 expressed strong support for government policies to reduce the likelihood of severe ...

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After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Residents Support Government Mitigation

Newswise — Washington, D.C. – New Jersey residents who were surveyed four months after Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast of the United States in October 2012 expressed strong support for government policies to reduce the likelihood of severe ...

After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Residents Support Government Mitigation, But Not Footing The Bill

WASHINGTON, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New Jersey residents who were surveyed four months after Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast of the United States in October 2012 expressed strong support for government policies to reduce the likelihood of severe damage from future hurricanes, according to a study involving 875 residents. Researchers also found, however, that only a ...

ON HURRICANE SANDY..

Sex offender tries to blame GPS tracker woes on Hurricane Sandy

Philly.com: A convicted South Jersey sex offender on Tuesday tried to blame his failure to wear a GPS tracking device on Hurricane Sandy-related relocation woes. But a jury took just 23 minutes to convict 48-year-old Ernest Jones of violating the state's court ...

Sex offender tries to blame GPS tracker woes on Hurricane Sandy

A convicted South Jersey sex offender on Tuesday tried to blame his failure to wear a GPS tracking device on Hurricane Sandy-related relocation woes.

BUILD IT BACK..

EXCLUSIVE: City Controller Scott Stringer launching audit of Build it Back

New York Daily News: After only six homes have been rebuilt with 20,000 Hurricane Sandy victims on the program's waiting list, Stringer plans on putting the Build it Back program under the microscope. BY Lisa L. Colangelo. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Thursday, April 17, 2014, ...

EXCLUSIVE: City to audit Build it Back

The City’s troubled Build it Back program, which has only served a handful of Hurricane Sandy victims since the 2012 natural disaster struck, is going under the microscope.

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City Councilman Calls Hurricane Sandy a 'Blessing'

New York Observer: “The opportunity coming from Sandy, we finally got the city and country to look at a little place called the Rockaways and it has really been a blessing in a sense to have that storm come through, to an extent, because we've been able to now shine a ...

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