As a second New Year since Superstorm Sandy approaches, many coastal residents are still waiting for New York, New Jersey and New York City to distribute billions of federal dollars that were intended to go directly to people struggling to rebuild their homes.
Whether the lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy or recent and devastating incidents of violence are weighing on their minds, some New Jerseyans are struggling to find happiness during this celebratory time of year.
Some New Jersey tourism experts who testified before the Assembly Tourism and the Arts Committee Thursday, said the state's "Stronger than the Storm" campaign to drive people to the shore after Sandy would have been more helpful if it kicked off earlier.
Belmar gets some good news from Uncle Sam. The borough is getting a little over $4 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help replace two boardwalk pavilions destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
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