Tales of post-Superstorm recovery hardships that tens of thousands of shore residents keep locked away are sought by researchers from two Midwestern higher-learning institutions who are gauging the cumulative impacts.
It's about a month later than planned, but Ortley Beach, the section of Ocean County oceanfront that took the worst beating during Superstorm Sandy in 2012 is finally poised for interim dune and berm reconstruction.
The views contained within do not necessarily reflect those of Townsquare Media and 92.7 WOBM. Well, today is Earth Day, and I would personally like to thank the Earth for putting up with me for 20 years. I think all of us can agree that we really take our planet for granted...
Considered to be one of the most vulnerable stretches along New Jersey's coastline, Ortley Beach will be the first spot in northern Ocean County to benefit from a beach replenishment project that local officials have been waiting on since the shore was slammed by Superstorm Sandy.
Nearly five years post Superstorm Sandy, an ever-changing roller coaster of concern across party lines, a growing opioid and heroin epidemic, and easing the burden of higher education costs and more were discussed by New Jersey Senator Robert Singer (30th District) on 'Ask The Senator'.