As Superstorm Sandy Recedes, New Jersey faces Daunting Clean-Up

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In just a day, megastorm Sandy destroyed much of New Jersey's shoreline causing many people to wonder how they could begin to repair the damage.

The damage the storm caused left New Jersey a blank slate to rebuild its famed vacation spots, however the fear of a second Sandy casts a shadow over any plans that are being made.

"Environmentalists and shoreline planners urged the state to think about how -- and if -- to redevelop the shoreline as it faces an even greater threat of extreme weather," the San Francisco Chronicle.

The damage the storm has done was not limited to properties.

According to the Associated Press via the Washington Post, the U.S. death toll from Sandy has climbed to 75 as of Thursday with the most fatalities, 30, occurring in New York.

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