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(L-R) Michele Green-Ferrante, Laura Guida, Jessica Gerstein, Mental Health Assn. Of NJ
(L-R) Michele Green-Ferrante, Laura Guida, Jessica Gerstein, Mental Health Assn. Of NJ

Recovery Help Available

Two years after Sandy, Disaster Case Managers continue to work behind the scenes to help restore the lives disrupted by the Superstorm.

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Belmar Beach, by Rosetta Key Townsquare Media
Belmar Beach, by Rosetta Key Townsquare Media

Cautious Optimism for Tourism

Efforts to make the Jersey shore more of a year-round destination appear to be working.

"You know, there are things to do every single weekend," said Robert Hilton, Executive Director of the Jersey Shore Conven

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Ortley Beach, NJ
Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)

A Much Needed Cash Infusion

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) distributes about half of the $5-million dollars it's pledged toward statewide Superstorm recovery efforts so far. The bulk of the funds has primarily gone to assist mental health programs that have been helping storm-affected families.

"We're working more toward alr

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Sandy victims
Sandy Huffaker, Getty Images

Still Suffering Distress

Nearly two years after first making landfall, Superstorm Sandy victims continue to suffer from psychological stress, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new Monmouth University Poll released Monday.

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Prepared for Another Sandy?

Two years since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, the state still isn't stronger than the storm.

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Trunk or Treat 1, Photo Credit Pinelands Regional High School
Trunk or Treat 1, Photo Credit Pinelands Regional High School

Pinelands Regional Host 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat

On October 29th, 2012 Superstorm Sandy carved a path along the northeast coastline leaving a path a destruction and homeless residents in its wake. The storm also derailed Halloween for children through out much of the state because trick-or-treating was considered too dangerous in debris-littered communities still under a State of Emergency

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Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

‘Katrina/Sandy’ Study Launched

Nine years after Hurricane Katrina and nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, a Web-based interactive timeline comparing and contrasting the impact and responses to the storms is now available to the public.

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Coast Guard Station Cape May
Coast Guard Station Cape May (Google Street View)

Continued Rebuilding

Almost two years after Superstorm Sandy walloped the Garden State, many shore towns and individual homeowners continue restoration and repair work. But they're not the only ones.

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Architecht's rendition of a completed Taylor Pavilion Architecht's rendition of a completed Taylor Pavilion
Architecht's rendition of a completed Taylor Pavilion Architecht's rendition of a completed Taylor Pavilion

Rejected Pavilion Bond

Belmar residents strike down a referendum asking them to borrow $7 million dollars to build two controversial boardwalk pavilions.

According to unofficial numbers, voters rejected the ballot question 1,041 to 756 Tuesday night during a special election held at the borough hall.

The ballot q

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(left to right): Ken Langdon, Ortley Beach; Sue Marticek, executive director, Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group; Deborah and Craig Versheck, Little Egg Harbor.
(left to right): Ken Langdon, Ortley Beach; Sue Marticek, executive director, Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group; Deborah and Craig Versheck, Little Egg Harbor. (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media NJ)

The experience of recovering from Sandy

 
The similarities and differences of the Sandy recovery experience, and the volunteers taking survivors beyond rebuild to resumption of normal lives are discussed on Townsquare Tonight.

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