90+ days after the storm, the New Jersey Shore community is coming face to face with the massive of task of rebuilding our coastline. There are many issues being covered like how to rebuild responsibly, safely and on schedule. Check out the latest news and updates surrounding the recovery effort:
We recently shot striking footage of the devastation in Mantoloking; township officials originally predicted that residents wouldn’t be able to return until at least Memorial Day, but are now saying that they should be able to come back by March 1st.
We are advocates for extensive dune works as they have successfully protected shore homes in the past from hurricanes, and they did so again when Sandy hit. Governor Chris Christie recently visited Sea Girt where he advocated the use of dunes and community residents also expressed their support for dunes.
Natural disasters are huge opportunities for con artists and crooks, and Monmouth County acting prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announced Wednesday that the newly formed Monmouth County Superstorm Sandy Fraud Task Force will be responsible for protecting homeowners from fraud, theft and shady contractors. Stay informed about what you need to know about choosing a reputable contractor by reading our 15 Questions To Ask Yourself When Choosing A Custom Builder.