1 year after Hurricane Ida, damage still visible in some New Jersey towns

A little more than one year after Hurricane Ida slammed into New Jersey, there are obvious signs that some towns have yet to recover.
Manville is rebuilding, but the mayor of the Somerset County community says current efforts are just not enough.
Mayor Richard Onderko said he "wanted additional aid from the state, and it kind of fell on deaf ears... So who's going to help Manville?"
He added that some 170 homes had to be knocked down after 11 inches of rain fell in just six hours during the storm.
A meeting will be held Thursday at Manville High School between 6 and 8 p.m. on how to distribute recovery funds.