Sandy socks N.J. economy
Debris from Seaside Heights sitting about eight miles north in Mantoloking. Ride operators will have to rebuild to precise safety standards.
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#1 Nov 4, 2012
The governer is doing a great job, but if you leave this to local people who have never been thru anything like this,they are government, slow boat,people. They do not know how to get things done!If we dont move fast and we have a hard winter the people will suffer and NJ will all the positive attitudes will not change this.... More problems are going to happen, this is not a fair weather state... Get the people back into the coastal area and you will see things done...
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