Although we knew Hurricane Sandy was on the way up from the Caribbean to the Garden State almost five days before she struck, officials say all the planning and prep in the world wouldn't have stopped Mother Nature's fury.
As New Jersey residents slowly attempt to recover from Hurricane Sandy and make the necessary repairs to their homes, the Christie Administration is warning consumers to watch out for home improvement scams.
Governor Chris Christie today announced that the federal government has extended public assistance to all 21 counties in New Jersey as a result of the impact of Hurricane Sandy, extending public assistance now to all 11 New Jersey counties not previously approved.
Today I stopped by the Ventnor Community Center to drop of clothes and other products to just try to do a little part in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. What I saw was a community coming together to help "Restore the Shore." The room was filled with food, diapers, water, cloth…
Even if you were fortunate enough to not suffer major damage from Sandy, odds are you have no power, and all you can do is wait. And odds are you have headed to the gas station to fill your car or generator, and all you can do is wait there as well.
Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie said in a press conference that after officials had inspected the Jersey Shore's barrier islands that it was estimated that the areas between Bay Head and Seaside Heights sustained the most damage. This 3 minute video confirms that.