Flooding issues linger in Jersey Shore towns

Flooding issues linger in Jersey Shore towns

Flooding issues linger in Jersey Shore towns (1/26/16)

SEA ISLE CITY - Jersey Shore towns are continuing to dry out from the nor'easter that paralyzed their communities with flooding.

In Sea Isle City, many business owners and homeowners are cleaning out from the floodwaters.

On JFK Boulevard, wet rugs and debris was pulled out from Steve’s Grilled Cheese and Quesadilla Company after three feet of water flooded the restaurant.

People also told News 12 New Jersey that they were not too happy with Gov. Chris Christie's comments that flood damage was not significant.

"I think he should come down here and just take a look,” says Laura Nobel, at Steve’s Grilled Cheese. 

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