New Jersey braces for long rebuild after Sandy’s destruction
(MCT) — HACKENSACK, N.J.—With boardwalks in splinters, roads buckled and houses knocked on their sides, Gov. Chris Christie and local officials have vowed to move quickly on the largest rebuilding effort in state history to return the Jersey Shore to the bustling vacation spot and economic engine that it was before Superstorm Sandy.
But anyone expecting a return to normal by summer will be disappointed.
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