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Resilient Shore Daily Roundup, Nov. 16, 2012

November 15th, 2012 by

  • Former N.J. Dept. of Community Affairs Lori Grifa on finding innovative temporary housing solutions (Asbury Park Press
  • Ortley Beach map showing status of each house (Toms River Township, PDF) 
  • Post-Sandy reconstruction could provide quick boost to N.J. economy (NJ Spotlight)
  • What needs to change to soften blows from future storms (Citiwire
  • N.J. Conservation Foundation on understanding barrier islands in order to rebuild on them (Alternative Press
  • Rutgers Bloustein Dean Hughes: Utility companies need to modernize their grids (Hunterdon County Democrat
  • Opinion: Why owning a beach property will get more expensive (Reuters
  • Opinion: N.Y. Gov. Cuomo on climate change (Daily News
  • Aging power plants another victim of Hurricane Sandy (NJ Spotlight
  • Officials say Asbury Park boardwalk will be ready by summer (Asbury Park Press
  • Towns explore establishing their own utilities after poor response from JCP&L (Star-Ledger

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