Jersey Shore open for business

Business owners along the Jersey Shore want people to know they're open and ready to serve. While Hurricane Irene flooded some roads and brought down

SEASIDE HEIGHTS - Business owners along the Jersey Shore want people to know they're open and ready to serve.

While Hurricane Irene flooded some roads and brought down trees, she spared much of the Jersey Shore from the most serious damage.

As a short summer season was cut even shorter by Irene, every community along the shore wants the message out: the damage is gone and the doors are open.

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