By Steve Nikazy
HIGHLANDS, N.J. (CBS) — Today is six months to the day since Superstorm Sandy left parts of the Jersey shore devastated.
Now, state officials confirm that rebuilding efforts are on track for the summer tourism season.
For those who live north of Brigantine, NJ, it was the storm of the century. So, how are the rebuilding efforts going on this anniversary of the disaster?
“Things are much better, but we still have thousands of families that are homeless,” said Gov. Chris Christie today, “and we need to get their homes rebuilt. And businesses that have not reopened, we need to get those reopened in time for the summer season.”
HEAR Gov. Christie’s interview with KYW’s Steve Nikazy (runs 5:08)…