With power still out in many parts of Jersey, the State Department of Environmental Protection is urging all Garden state residents to conserve water and make sure they have an ample supply of drinking water.
As New Jerseyans sift through the aftermath in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and the devastation she left behind, especially along the New Jersey coastline, many are wondering if, when and how the beaches will ever be repaired.
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