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Congressman Jon Runyan stops by the People's Pantry
Congressman Jon Runyan stops by the People's Pantry (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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AmeriCorps Here To Stay In New Jersey For Sandy Relief

In the almost seven months since Sandy came ashore, one federal program has been helping residents put their lives back together.  The good news?  They are not going anywhere.

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Damage from Sandy in Lavallette (Borough of Lavallette)
Damage from Sandy in Lavallette (Borough of Lavallette)
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Runyan,Other Officials Upset With Relocation Site of Lavalette Post Office

The Lavalette Post Office remains the only mail facility still closed as a result of severe flood damage from Superstorm Sandy.

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JCP&L Staging Area
JCP&L Staging Area (FirstEnergy Corp., Flickr)
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Ocean County Official Wants BPU To Disband

A recent spike in utility rates around the state have one Ocean County Freeholder bristling.  He's pointing the finger at the Board of Public Utilities.

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Long Beach Posts Names Of Dune Project Holdouts

The deadline to sign those easements for the US Army Corps dune project has come and gone and Long Beach Township keeps one promise they made.

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Stop FEMA now sign
Stop FEMA now sign (Facebook)
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Stop FEMA Now Holds Rally Critical of Sandy Recovery

The group Stop FEMA Now held a rally in Ortley Beach on Saturday.

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Brick Township High School
Brick Township High School (Brick Schools)
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Schools Get Sandy Financial Relief

School districts around Ocean County are receiving much needed federal funds to help recover from Superstorm Sandy. 

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Sandy’s Six Month Anniversary

It is a six month anniversary that will likely not feature any champagne toasts and certainly no gifts. 

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Governor Christie on previous Morning Joe program
Governor Christie on previous Morning Joe program (MSNBC)
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Governor Expected to Make Major Storm Recovery Announcement

Governor Christie is expected to make a major announcement Monday on the six-month anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.

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Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin shakes hands with Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis as Ocean County Freeholder Joe Vicari looks on
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin shakes hands with Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis as Ocean County Freeholder Joe Vicari looks on (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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DEP Says Sandy Recovery Going Well

Next week marks six months since Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey.  So, just how has the recovery been going?  One state official updates Ocean County Mayors on the status of things.

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Beach Patrol captains (back left to right) Bob Tormollan (Lavallette), Rob Connor (Seaside Heights), Joe Gomulka (Seaside Park) and Pete Busch (Ortley Beach). Front is Seaside Heights Beach Supervisor Jay Boyd.
Beach Patrol captains (back left to right) Bob Tormollan (Lavallette), Rob Connor (Seaside Heights), Joe Gomulka (Seaside Park) and Pete Busch (Ortley Beach). Front is Seaside Heights Beach Supervisor Jay Boyd. (Kevin Williams, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Saving Our Lifeguards

Memorial Day is five weeks from today and if it’s sunny and warm many will head to the beach. That is if the beach they usually go to is open. 

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A charred van sits in a dark alley near the Superdome in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005
A charred van sits in a dark alley near the Superdome in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 (Prentice Danner/ U.S. Coast Guard via Getty Images)
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New Orleans Tourism Official Gives Advice to the Jersey Shore

Members of the Jersey Shore's hospitality and business industries get recovery strategy from the Gulf Coast. 

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Boats tossed onto the shore in Seaside Park by Hurricane Sandy
Boats tossed onto the shore in Seaside Park by Hurricane Sandy (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Seaside Based Non-Profit Helping Sandy Victims

It's been almost six months since Sandy hit, and one Seaside Park based non-profit is helping both residents and businesses recover from the devastating superstorm.

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