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Jersey Tourism Still Strong Post-Sandy [AUDIO]

There was a lot of doom and gloom about New Jersey's tourism outlook following Superstorm Sandy, but in reality 2013 ended up being a record-setting year -- in a good way.

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Sandy damage
Jersey shore damage caused by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Jersey Shore to Benefit from Federal Bill [AUDIO]

President Barack Obama is expected to sign the federal Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act into law within the next 10 days, which would benefit Jersey Shore residents still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, according to an insurance expert in Ocean County.

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7 Months After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Shore Open For Memorial Day
7 Months After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Shore Open For Memorial Day (Kena Betancur, Getty Images)
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NJ Tourism Spending Sets Record in 2013

It appears Superstorm Sandy didn't affect New Jersey's tourism dollars as many expected it would.

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Route 35 Construction
Route 35 construction (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Route 35 Construction Plan for Summer Announced [AUDIO]

As the Jersey Shore gets ready for another post-Sandy tourism season, officials from the New Jersey Department of Transportation and Ocean County have hammered out construction plans for Route 35 for the summer season.

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Flooding
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Sandy Still Causing Mental Health Problems, Poll Finds [AUDIO]

Mental health issues persist among Superstorm Sandy victims, nearly 17 months since the storm made landfall in New Jersey, according to a new Monmouth University Poll.

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Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 114th Town Hall on Hurricane Sandy Recovery and Rebuilding in South River
Governor Chris Christie hosts a town hall in South River (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Talks Buyouts at a Town Hall [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie's 114th town hall took place this week in South River, home to a number of properties purchased by the state through a Sandy buyout program.

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Baltic Sea Fishermen Face Uncertain Future
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Fishermen: NJ Losing Out on Aid for Fisheries [AUDIO]

A $75 million allocation from the federal government is devoted to disaster relief for fisheries that suffered losses over the past few years, but marine professionals in New Jersey claim the state is "getting the short end of the stick."

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The Northeast Coast Marks One Year Anniversary Of Hurricane Sandy
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Signs Point to Robust Summer at Jersey Shore [AUDIO]

On the back of increased shore rentals, there is more optimism among business owners and tourism officials that this summer will be a good one for the Jersey Shore.

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Homes in Toms River destroyed by Sandy
Homes in Toms River destroyed by Sandy (Debbi Winogracki, Toms River Township)
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Toms River Seeks Public Input on Sandy Recovery

Officials in Toms River are hosting a series of public workshops this month as the township prepares its post-Sandy Strategic Recovery Planning report.

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Residents Count The Cost Of Their Flooded Homes
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Jersey Shore Residents Hail Flood Insurance Bill

Sue Suebelka, who had little fish swimming among the shelves of her new refrigerator, won't have to pay quite as much for flood insurance.

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