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New Jersey’s Resiliency Efforts Help Safeguard Against the Next Sandy

October 28, 2022

This weekend marks a decade since Sandy — a hurricane downgraded to a superstorm — made landfall in New Jersey, causing more than $30 billion in damages and laying waste to swaths of the Jersey Shore and other areas in the state.

One of the hardest-hit municipalities in New Jersey was the borough of Union Beach. In fact, the most iconic image that comes to mind when we think of the storm’s impact on New Jersey is the halftorn yellow house on Front Street in Union Beach.

To learn about the safeguards that Union Beach and other municipalities have put in place so they are prepared for the next Sandy read, ‘When Could a Storm like Sandy Strike New Jersey Again? We’ll Be Ready,’ by Robert Keady, Jr., PE. CME, Senior Vice President, Municipal Practice Leader, in the Asbury Park Press.

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