How Far Along the Road to Recovery From Sandy Have We Come?
With the one-year anniversary of the superstorm just days away, it's time to assess the progress that's been made
Next Tuesday is the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. According to official estimates, Sandy caused about $37 billion in losses throughout New Jersey and damaged or destroyed 360,000 homes and businesses.
A year after the storm, roads and boardwalks have been fixed, and homes are in the process of being elevated, but many people up and down the coast are still struggling to repair their damages and return to normal life. As we approach the somber anniversary of the second most destructive hurricane in history, NJ Spotlight asks: