Signed easements for a massive federal beach replenishment project are starting to trickle in once again after Long Beach Township posted the names of 63 holdout oceanfront property owners on its municipal website.
Government officials have been planning for a new system of sand dunes along New Jersey's coastline, in order to prevent similar destruction that was caused by Superstorm Sandy, but some homeowners remain opposed to the idea.
You've heard about the rebuilding efforts at the Jersey Shore, and now Long Beach Island merchants are hoping to capitalize on your anticipation by launching a marketing campaign to lure you back this summer.
The Jersey shore certainly won't be back to normal by summer 2013, and it may never go back to the way we knew it before October 29 of last year, but officials and realtors along New Jersey's coast say renting definitely remains an option.
Following the Obama Administration's request to Congress for $60.4 billion for Super Storm Sandy recovery funding on Friday, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ led a delegation Monday of his U.S. Senate colleagues on a tour of storm-affected areas in New Jersey.
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