MANASQUAN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – A project is slated to begin later this week to replenish some of the Jersey Shore beaches destroyed by superstorm Sandy.
As WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported, there is a mixture of progress and work still to be done in Manasquan one year after the storm hit.READ MORE: Congressman Tom Suozzi Joins New York Governor Race
“We’re coming back. We’re not fully back by any means, there’s still people not in their houses, still people looking for FEMA money, looking for flood insurance money,” Mayor George Dempsey told Adams. “There’s been a total of 83 houses to date that either have been taken down or will be taken down shortly.”