Rutgers study seeks public input on post-Sandy rebuilding efforts

March 7, 2014
A home in Sea Bright, NJ damaged during Superstorm Sandy.

A home in Sea Bright, NJ damaged during Superstorm Sandy.

The Edward J. Bloustein of Planning and Public Policyat Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is conducting an online survey of visual preferences regarding rebuilding following Superstorm Sandy. The purpose of the survey is to gather information about the attitudes and preferences of community members towards alternative rebuilding scenarios.

The survey is anonymous and all questions are voluntary; participants will be asked common household questions as well as opinions of images representing different visions for the future of shore communities.

This work was funded by the New Jersey Sandy Recovery Fund.

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