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Nov 15, 2013- Edgewater residents find difficulty in funding walkway repairs. Read the northjersey.com article.


Aug. 19, 2013- Governor Christie vetoes development on existing piers. Read the northjersey.com article.


May 31, 2013- Hudson River Waterfront Walkway damaged by Sandy may be eligible for State restoration money. Read the northjersey.com article.


May 17, 2013 - From LSP Superintendent Robert Rodriguez
Summary of the Sandy recovery status to date:

-Estimated damages to LSP are over $20 Million.

-About half of the Hudson River Walkway is still closed but we have a crew working on the paver stones every weekday. We hope to have the walkway completely reopened by the end of the year.


Permit requirement regarding the Walkway post Sandy

The following is extracted from NJ DEP - Division of Land Use Regulation (http://www.nj.gov/dep/landuse/SandyFAQ.html#hudson)

"A section of the Hudson River Walkway on private property has collapsed. Is a permit required to reconstruct the damaged section of the walkway?"

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