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Exactly a week ago I posted a video about how calm it was here in Key West before the storm. The video you see here is today, Sept 15th 2017, post Hurricane Irma. We will bounce back. #KeysRecovery

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An aerial and on-the-ground look at the Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma. Read more: http://wapo.st/2h1IRIB

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The Florida Keys & Key West residents came home to find extensive damage to bars and boats in the Pelican Grove area.

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Please spread the word to anyone who has been affected by Hurricane Sandy and experiencing financial hardship...

The date marks the launch of the homeowners’ portion of $1.8 billion released late last month by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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So many people are still struggling...

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Do you know any homeowners who are in need of gutting, muck and debris removal and general labor tasks? These services are FREE of charge!!!

Check out Ocean County Americorps Response, a Response Team serving Ocean County, NJ in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. They offer free labor and cleanup assistance.

They are also looking for volunteers and volunteer organizations. Part of our mission is to organize and unite these volunteer organizations and track volunteer hours. Our Volu...nteer Reception Center is located at 1600 Central Ave., Seaside Heights, NJ.

Call at 732-804-9859.
Email at oceancountyamericorpsresponse@gmail.com

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We are an AmeriCorps Response Team serving Ocean County, NJ in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. We offer free labor and cleanup assistance. Call us at 732-908-9835 or email oceancountyamericorpsresponse@gmail.com.

Are you going to the Seaside Heights St. Patrick's Day parade? Why not buy some green apparel while helping Save Our Shore!

Help Save Our Shore by contributing towards our shirt to wear for St. Patrick
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A Storm to Remember A Film by: Robert Grieb Words/Narration by: Matthew Aiello A short Narrative Documentary about Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath. Music:…
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Get some green apparel for the Seaside Heights St. Patrick's Day Parade while helping Save Our Shore!

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CONSTRUCTION OF SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOARDWALK TO BEGIN FEB 15TH

by Phil Stilton

SEASIDE HEIGHTS – Three months after Hurricane Sandy damaged the world-famous boardw...alk, here, Steve Carro, Vice President of Sidd and Associates & Meco Electric of Staten Island said his firm will drive the first pile into the ground next week. The company today held their weekly planning meeting and he said they confirmed a start date of Friday, February 15th.

“We plan on doing 64 pilings per day, which would be about a block’s length every two days,” he said. “Our crews would then work behind that installing girders, joists and decking,” noting that his company has been working with their subcontractors and employees on issues such as construction and safety plans and logistical planning.

“Over the next few days you should see construction trailers and equipment start showing up in Seaside Heights,” the firm’s vice president continued. “We’ll be utilizing the municipal parking lot on Grant Avenue for staging and storage of pilings.”

Initially, borough officials said the company chosen to build the boardwalk would be granted permission to build 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, but Mr. Carro said that won’t be necessary.

“We’ll be working 10 hours each day and if we need more time, you’ll be seeing us out there on weekends, but, barring any unforeseen circumstances with the delivery of material, I don’t see any problems,” he stated. “This is not a very complicated project as far as building; the most complicated part here is the time frame, but we’ve been building major projects for 30 years and I am very comfortable with this.”

The project will begin at Dupont Avenue and progress northward at the pace of one block every two days.

Butterick Bulkheading of Manahawkin has been subcontracted to install the pilings for the new boardwalk. That firm has built bulkheads, docks and decks at the Jersey Shore since 1954.

No Seaside Heights officials were available for immediate comment at press time.

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It's going to require help from the community to help Save Our Shore. Unlike other New Jersey shore towns, a large portion of Seaside Heights revenue comes from business and tourism, as opposed to residential property taxes. We're going to plan some events that will hopefully help the local businesses...

http://www.wnyc.org/articles/wnyc-news/2013/jan/14/seaside_heights_rebuilds/ Even after Superstorm Sandy destroyed the boardwalk and flooded dozens of local ...
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Save Our Shore added 16 new photos to the album: Shipping Container Homes.

Shipping container architecture is a form of architecture using steel intermodal containers (shipping containers) as structural element, because of their inherent strength, wide availability and relatively low expense.

We are working with LNP Designs to provide these homes to the victims of Hurricane Sandy who might not be able to afford rebuilding their home.