Hurricane Sandy: Hoboken, One Year Later
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Hurricane Sandy was the most destructive storm the Northeast has seen in 100 years, ravaging towns and cities across the Eastern seaboard, leaving Hoboken, NJ destroyed in its aftermath. One year later, you'd never know there was a storm.
Shops are open, businesses are running, and restaurants and bars are packed to the gills on the weekends, as football season hits the crisp fall air. That's essentially what it was like pre-Sandy, say residents. For them, nothing's really changed.
"So I was pretty new to Hoboken
Though Hoboken (where I am a proud resident) is largely back to normal, there is a sense that its residents and businesses will be more prepared next time. Christopher Tutino, 24, said the increase in attendance in his Hoboken's Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) comes from residents wanting to do more. "I've been taking training through
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