Sandy Hook Beach Area Reopens More Than Six Months After Sandy
TRI-STATE NEWS HEADLINES
Many of Sandy Hook’s historic buildings and many of its beaches were damaged by the Oct. 29 storm.
Officials say the park’s nude beach and beaches B and North will be open by Memorial Day. Parking will be limited while lots are repaired.
Meanwhile, the deadline is quickly approaching for New Jersey storm victims to apply for federal aid.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said it has received more than 300 new registrations in the last 24 hours.
Tonight is also the deadline for small businesses to return applications for special low interest loans meant to help with rebuilding.
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