SAYREVILLE - The town of Sayreville is used to devastating flooding, but nothing like what it saw during Sandy. Many homeowners feel they are out of options and are looking to Gov. Chris Christie's buyout program for relief.

Mayor Kennedy O'Brien says areas of the town in repetitive flood zones will be turned into a park once the homes are bought. He says homeowners should expect their homes to be appraised at their value before Sandy.

Eric Landskroner reports from Sayreville, taking a look at how the community is recovering, and talking about the progress being made in rebuilding what Sandy took away.