Superstorm-Rebuild Or Retreat
An oceanfront beach club in Sea Bright N.J. lies in ruins on Nov. 15, 2012, two weeks after Superstorm Sandy devastated the town. The entire business district was wiped out (four shops have since re-opened) and 75 percent of residents are still homeless. Yet Sea Bright is determined to rebuild as a debate rages on whether to restore shore communities to their pre-storm condition, or buy out properties in flood-prone areas and depopulate them. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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