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Profile: Preservation and Resilience on New Jersey's Delaware Bayshore
Scott Gurian | July 30, 2014 | Profiles
Meghan Wren wants to share rich cultural heritage of the Bayshore, and ensure that it gets its fair share of Sandy recovery funds
State Revises Sandy Fund for Backup Generators, After Lengthy Review
Scott Gurian | July 14, 2014 | Sandy
Hoboken, Jersey City and Atlantic City to Receive More, While Other Places See Awards Cut
Is Sandy Debris in Roxbury's Fenimore Landfill Poisoning Town's Children, Adults?
Scott Gurian | July 8, 2014 | Energy & Environment, Sandy
Environmentalists blame state and say new rules are needed
The List: Ten Ways Sandy’s Impact Continues to Be Felt At the Jersey Shore
Scott Gurian | June 17, 2014 | The List, Sandy
As the second summer since the storm begins, residents say some things still aren’t back to normal
Tell Us What's Different about the Jersey Shore
Scott Gurian | June 13, 2014 | Sandy
Eighteen months after Sandy, we want to know how the Shore has changed for you
Feds Award $400 Million for Storm Resiliency Projects in Hoboken, Meadowlands
Scott Gurian | June 3, 2014 | Sandy
Announcement by HUD caps off a year-long, regional design competition for funding
Next Wave of Nearly $1.5 Billion in Federal Recovery Aid Heading to New Jersey
Scott Gurian | June 2, 2014 | Sandy
Partisan bickering continues in Trenton over Sandy Bill of Rights vetoed by Christie
The List: 10 Indicators of the Progress of New Jersey’s Sandy Recovery
Scott Gurian | June 2, 2014 | The List, Sandy
Various factors suggest that state still has long way to go in aftermath of October 2012 hurricane
On Long Beach Island, Sandy Reconstruction Is Getting Done by the (Code) Book
Scott Gurian | May 16, 2014 | Sandy
Dane Sprague is doing his level best to make sure what goes up won't come down in the next big storm
Profile: The Man Who's Watching the Weather in New Jersey
Scott Gurian | May 14, 2014 | Profiles
David Robinson has served as the state's climatologist for more than two decades
Christie Vetoes Sandy Bill of Rights, Attaches Numerous Caveats and 'Modifications'
Scott Gurian | May 13, 2014 | Sandy
Lawmakers also hear testimony on delays to implementing Sandy Integrity Monitors
Rebuilding Sandy Survivors May Violate Federal Flood Insurance Rules
Scott Gurian | May 8, 2014 | Sandy
FEMA threatens sanctions if NJ building regulations aren’t rewritten
Feds Note Progress on Distribution of NJ’s Sandy Aid, But Also Cite Concerns
Scott Gurian | May 2, 2014 | Sandy
Audit faults state for sloppy paperwork in handling of applications and inadequate outreach to low-income and minority victims
Shore-Restoration Methods All Have Their Upsides and Their Drawbacks
Scott Gurian | April 23, 2014 | Sandy
Rebuilding dunes, replenishing beaches and building walls can be effective -- but at a price
In-House Probe of Bridgegate Turns Up Serious Flaws in Sandy Grants
Scott Gurian | April 17, 2014 | Sandy
Internal review looking into scandal turns up extensive mishandling of $23 million fund
State Probe Confirms Sandy Energy Grant Program Fraught With Errors
Scott Gurian | April 16, 2014 | Sandy
Officials revamp scoring system in response to NJ Spotlight analysis of how funds were allocated
Explainer: Protecting NJ Coastal Development with Beaches, Walls and Dunes
Scott Gurian | April 15, 2014 | Explainer, Sandy
Shore communities consider structural safeguards to make themselves safer from future storms
Critics: State’s Disaster-Risk Assessment Lacks Specific Course of Action
Scott Gurian | April 11, 2014 | More Issues
Environmental groups and planning advocates say stakeholders didn’t have enough input into FEMA-mandated plan
At Small-Business Roundtable, Sandy Survivors Share Frustrations, Anger
Scott Gurian | April 8, 2014 | Sandy
Assemblyman Greenwald listens to tales of lengthy delays and checks that never came, despite repeated promises of NJ Economic Development Authority
Timing of Public Comment Period On State's Hazard Plan Raises Questions
Scott Gurian | April 4, 2014 | Planning, Sandy
Planners and environmentalists express frustrations, while state downplays concerns
The List: Ten Unexpected Disasters That Could Affect New Jersey
Scott Gurian | March 31, 2014 | The List
Earthquakes, civil unrest, pandemics, cyber attacks -- New Jerseyans prone to anxiety may want to skip this list
Governor Fields Questions About Post-Sandy Relief at Latest Town Hall
Scott Gurian | March 26, 2014 | Sandy
Bridgegate doesn’t surface during forum but anti-Christie protesters picket outside meeting and business owners bemoan delays in aid
NJ’s Plan for Next Batch of Sandy Aid Keeps Focus on Homeowners, Renters
Scott Gurian | March 18, 2014 | Sandy
Critics complain that not enough attention is being paid to making infrastructure less vulnerable
Looks Like Last Call for Popular Gathering Spot in Town Ravaged by Storm
Scott Gurian | March 11, 2014 | Sandy
Owner of Union Beach seafood restaurant finally succumbs to economic realities
Sandy Story on Misallocation of Funds Earns Kudos from Senate President
Scott Gurian | March 10, 2014 | Politics, Sandy
Officials blame expensive errors that cost some cities hundreds of thousands of dollars on incompetence, not politics, call for better monitoring
Investigation Reveals Sandy Energy Grant Program Riddled With Errors
Scott Gurian | March 6, 2014 | Politics, Sandy
Hoboken, state’s largest cities appear to have been shortchanged aid money
Profile: He’s Helping People Rebuild Their Lives After Sandy – in Newark
Scott Gurian | March 5, 2014 | Profiles, Sandy
Community advocate Diego Arias notes that the mega-storm’s impact – including flooding and building damage -- was not confined to Jersey Shore
Explainer: Where Sandy Aid Money Comes From and How It Works
Scott Gurian | March 4, 2014 | Explainer, Sandy
Following the money allocated for post-hurricane relief – from FEMA and otherwise -- just got a lot easier
The List: Top Ten NJ Towns Receiving Flood Insurance Payouts Since 1978
Scott Gurian | February 10, 2014 | The List
FEMA has distributed $5.4 billion in the state in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
Were Hoboken and Other New Jersey Towns Shortchanged on Sandy Aid?
Scott Gurian | February 3, 2014 | Politics, Sandy
An investigation into the data raises more questions than answers
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