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US Says New Jersey Acted Properly in Sandy Cleanup

A federal audit has found New Jersey did nothing wrong when it used a no-bid contract to hire a firm to clean up debris left behind by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

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Route 35 in Normandy Beach
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Traffic Changes Planned to Avoid Rt 35 Gridlock

The northern Ocean County beach towns along Route 35 are no stranger to traffic jams along the narrow, heavily traveled highway. But two weeks ago, a perfect storm of unseasonably mild weather, a charity swimming event in Seaside Heights and the torturous process of fixing the damage from Superstorm Sandy created epic gridlock.

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Study: NJ is Overlooking its Oversight Responsibilities [AUDIO]

New Jersey does not do a good job overseeing the independent contractors that it hires, according to a new Rutgers University study titled, “Overlooking Oversight: A Lack of Oversight in the Garden State is Placing New Jersey Residents and Assets at Risk.”

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Homes damaged from Sandy
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Sweeney, Advocates Submit Sandy Aid Plans

Senate President Stephen Sweeney has crafted his own plan for how the second round of Superstorm Sandy recovery funds is distributed.

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NJ Gov. Chris Christie Delivers Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Address
Gov. Chris Christie (Jeff Zelevansky, Getty Images)
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Poll: NJ Voters Less Happy With Christie’s Sandy Handling

Controversy over the way Sandy relief funds have been handled and the ongoing Bridgegate scandal are taking a toll on Gov. Chris Christie's approval numbers according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll.

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Superstorm Sandy (Bruce Bennett, Getty Images)
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First 8 Home Buyouts in South River Completed

New Jersey officials have completed buyouts of eight homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in South River as its program to buy and demolish storm-prone properties continues.

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U.S. Capitol
U.S. Capitol (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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2 Years Later, Congress Poised to Undo Flood Law

Less than two years after Congress approved a landmark bill to overhaul the federal flood insurance program, lawmakers are poised to undo many of the changes after homeowners in flood-prone areas complained about sharp increases in premiums.

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Echoes of Sandy Still Remain in Ocean County [Pictures]

Hurricane Sandy blew through Ocean County 16 months ago. While our stories may not be in the news as much as they were before, those of us who are here every day know that there are still raw, open wounds from the disaster.

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Christie Calls for Razing Sandy-Damaged Buildings

Gov. Chris Christie has signed an order to allow the state to knock down homes and other buildings left dilapidated by Superstorm Sandy.

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Sandy damange in Point Pleasant
Sandy damange in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Ousted Sandy Contractor Billed NJ $51M in 8 Months

Newly released documents show a company hired to oversee applications for a New Jersey home-rebuilding program after Superstorm Sandy billed the state $51 million over eight months before an agreement to end the deal.

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