At Jersey Shore's Camp Osborn, Sandy's Left Only Memories

<div><b class="credit">Daniel Nee/</b></div>
Daniel Nee/

By Daniel Nee

There is nothing left of Brick, N.J.'s Camp Osborn neighborhood a year after Sandy -– just like there was nothing left a day after Sandy. If the shoreline was restored, the demolition of the burned-out homes of a mix of seasonal and year-round residents was about as much the Camp got out of the effort over the past 52 weeks. There are rumors circulating about the future, from condos to villa-style homes, from townhouses to single-family residences on a portion of the neighborhood that has been sold by its longtime owner, Bob Osborn, but Brick Mayor Stephen C. Acropolis said this week that no plans have been formally submitted to the township.