Manasquan still without dunes washed away by Superstorm Sandy

The shore along Manasquan is still without dunes washed away by Sandy last year. Beach manager Wally Wall says the lack of dunes is the

Manasquan's beach manager Wally Wall says the lack of dunes is the biggest difference in the area following Sandy.

Manasquan's beach manager Wally Wall says the lack of dunes is the biggest difference in the area following Sandy. (6/4/13)

MANASQUAN - The shore along Manasquan is still without dunes washed away by Sandy last year.

Beach manager Wally Wall says the lack of dunes is the biggest change in the area amid all the damage from Sandy.

There is still progress being made on the beachfront, and residents say they are glad they are able to enjoy the nice weather.

Wall says beachgoers are coming back, and that there have been more daily badge purchases so far than this time last year.

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