State May Buy 1,000 Sandy-Damaged Homes


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DEP Looks to Buy Out Streets, Neighborhoods Devastated by Sandy (via NJSpotlight)

By Tom Johnson The state expects to buy out 1,000 properties in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, with the focus on purchasing entire streets or neighborhoods, according to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. With $250 million in federal money allocated for the effort, DEP Commissioner…

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