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Resilient Shore Daily Roundup, Nov. 14, 2012

November 14th, 2012 by

  • State Senate plans hearings to evaluate government response to Hurricane Sandy
    (Star-Ledger)
  • Officials mum on the cost of Sandy damages (Reuters
  • Waterfront development has been on the rise despite increasing risks (WNYC
  • Bloomberg looks at the costs of burying utility lines (Star-Ledger)
  • Property taxes could rise as a result of Sandy cleanup (NorthJersey.com
  • DEP posts guidance on what’s needed to rebuild (Asbury Park Press
  • Christie says the Shore will be open for business next summer (NJ101.5)
  • Storm costs won’t necessarily mean budget disasters (NJ Spotlight
  • Nuclear plants escaped this time, but what about next time? (Blue Jersey
  • The disaster-response dilemma (Next American City
  • A look at hard vs. soft infrastructure resiliency solutions (Wall Street Journal

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