Princeton boulders used to rebuild seashores damaged by Sandy

Dec 9, 2012 Full story: The Jersey Journal

A hulking, 30-foot-tall pile of boulders, some larger than a pickup truck and 15 times as heavy, are being transported this weekend from a township construction site to help mend shore areas battered and destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

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concerned citizen

Caldwell, NJ

#1 Dec 9, 2012
seams like cement might be cheaper...but i guess
with fema handing money out, what the heck.
wasteful spending. but thats wat jersey does
best.

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