Seaside Park residents gain 24-hour access

Seaside Park residents can finally go home nearly two months after Hurricane Sandy disrupted their lives. Residents and homeowners with valid re-entry stickers now have

Residents and homeowners must have valid re-entry stickers.

Residents and homeowners must have valid re-entry stickers. (12/20/12)

Seaside Park residents can finally go home nearly two months after Hurricane Sandy disrupted their lives.

Residents and homeowners with valid re-entry stickers now have 24-hour access.

Town officials say movement is limited to and from homes. Unnecessary traffic is prohibited.

Contractors are limited to properties that are under construction and must be out of Seaside Park by 4 p.m. 

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