Four Year Sandyversary

Dated: 10/29/2016

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It's been four years since the brutal blunt force of Superstorm Sandy attacked the east coast, devastating homes, lives and beaches  Although we are still recovering, we have come a long way. Long Beach Island beaches have been replenished with high dunes to help protect against another storm and water damaged homes are being renovated, rebuilt and raised. Communities have come together to help those still in need. In the wake of such tragedy, human kindness and compassion prevailed amid the worst natural disaster to hit New Jersey. 


•$65 billion in damages

•Catastrophic flooding in New Jersey and New York

•182 deaths

•Thousands of homes damaged or destroyed

•Millions without power

•Boardwalks destroyed

•Record storm surges of up to 14 feet

•New Jersey's worst natural disaster

Source: The Associated Press

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