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Beyond buildings, Sandy damaged people’s health

The record-setting Superstorm Sandy that made landfall in New Jersey on Oct. 29, 2012, resulted in both short- and long-term health hazards for residents, some far from obvious. When the floodwaters finally drained, they left potentially contaminated sludge, which...

Hughes Reflects on the 10-year Sandy Anniversary

"People were out of work, restaurant owners lost weeks of sales tax, tax revenues were ultimately changed, and we lost tourism for a long time," said Bloustein School Dean Emeritus James W. Hughes. Until a rebound would be made in the way of consumer spending, he...

Sandy's economic impact softens

For the most part, the state of New Jersey has “bounced back” from superstorm Sandy on an economic level, according to Dr. James Hughes and Marc Pfeiffer, of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. However, there are...

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