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Isaac's storm surge and wave action uncovered old deposits of spilled oil and tar from 2010's devastating BP oil release.
Some neighborhoods where FEMA has been hard to spot are feeling the presence of another force: the Occupy Wall Street movement, reborn as Occupy Sandy.
According to a CBS News report, about 76,000 LIPA customers still did not have service on Monday.
With the Superstorm long gone and its Nor'easter aftershock fading also, New Jersey contractors are coming to grips with a long, arduous task of repair and reconstruction.
The southern shore of New Jersey took the direct impact of Superstorm Sandy's onslaught. Barrier island communities on the Jersey Shore were decimated.
Even for homeowners who do carry flood insurance, policy limits are tight.
The region is just beginning to tally last week's damage from the killer "super storm" Sandy, but Northeast residents are now bracing for a second, though smaller onslaught from a classic Nor'easter.
Construction of a 5 mile barrier from Rockaway to Sandy Hook NJ would cost at least $10 billion.
I’ve been worried about a storm like this for over 10 years, ever since hearing NOAA warnings about the flood risks faced by anyone living south of the Long Island's Montauk Highway.
Rob Corbo, contractor and regular JLC contributor, gives a firsthand account (with photos) of the damage to his hometown of Elizabeth, New Jersey. With business receivables and revenues on hold, the next few weeks will be challenging.
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