Engineers tour Sandy-ravaged Brick to assess damage

Engineers tour Sandy-ravaged Brick to assess damage.

Engineers tour Sandy-ravaged Brick to assess damage.

BRICK - Engineers toured Brick today to assess the damage done by Sandy and to get a picture of when things could return to normal.

The township is working to get roads, electrical and gas services up and running again. Engineers say that for some of the most badly damaged neighborhoods, it could be as much as a year before infrastructure is fully repaired.

There are also some concerns about parts of homes or boats still left in the Barnegat Bay.

Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis will be meeting with the Department of Environmental Protection tomorrow to figure out how to safely remove boats and debris so ships may travel safely again through the bay.
 

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