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3 Months After Sandy, Rebuilding is Slow on NJ Shore
Financial aid can’t come soon enough to people who are still out of their homes three months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from Seaside Heights, NJ:
There are very few cars parked on the streets here, instead replaced with dumpsters filled with rubbish as demolition of ruined homes and businesses continues; The Jersey shore a very different place after Hurricane Sandy hit.
(Seaside Heights residents) “The boardwalk went all the way out to there and nothing here right now, gone.” // “I’m upset because I miss walking on the boardwalk and the rides.”
And Governor Chris Christie has promised to have the famed boardwalk reopened by summer, and these residents are counting on Federal aid to get that done, but tell us that as they look around here at all the destruction, that reopening by summer doesn’t seem possible.
In Seaside Heights, New Jersey, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.