Rebuilding in Woodbridge ‘like starting over’

Two weeks ago, Charlie Lemanski moved back into

Two weeks ago, Charlie Lemanski moved back into his Sewaren home of 31 years. Lemanki says his whole backyard was filled with debris. (Credit: News 12)

WOODBRIDGE - Woodbridge residents whose homes were badly damaged after Sandy aired their grievances at a town council meeting last night.

Frustrated residents like Charlie Lemanski packed the meeting.

Two weeks ago, Charlie Lemanski moved back into his Sewaren home of 31 years. Lemanki says his whole backyard was filled with debris.

"We're just getting back on track like everyone else," says Lemanski. "But there's people who have it worse than we do."

Lemanski told News 12 that after living in Sewaren for three decades, it feels like he's starting all over again.

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