Post-Sandy Debris Removal Completed in NJ

By Tom Davis
Jersey Shore Regional Editor
Patch.com

What's being call an "unprecedented" clean-up of New Jersey waterways following Superstorm Sandy, which resulted in the systematic removal of more than 101,000 cubic yards of debris from storm-impacted tidal waters, is officially coming to a close, the Christie Administration announced Friday.

The state Department of Environmental Protection has notified impacted municipalities that all waterway debris removal performed by three state-hired contractors for this effort will cease on October 30.