New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and business owners at the Jersey Shore did and are doing all they can to convince people that the state is "Stronger than the Storm," but it's not working as well as they would have liked.
Last Thursday's boardwalk fire in Seaside destroyed over 50 business and dealt millions of dollars in damage, but it could have been prevented with the addition of simple sprinkler systems, says a fire prevention expert.
There is an art display currently being displayed at Jersey Shore University Medical Center that features work from the Neptune High School Art Department and was inspired by the students who took photos of Sandy devastation in several shore towns in December 2012.
Everyone, including the Governor, is talking about the about the situation with the dunes project and whether or not we're ready for another big coastal storm. I know one thing. We're definitely not mentally ready either.
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