Regional Affairs Council – July 2011
Is the New Jersey coastline overdue for a direct impact from a hurricane? KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports.
KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports that Jersey shore residents are preparing for storms of the future amid memories of storms of the past.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports that many New Jersey coastal communities have stronger building standards in place today because of earlier hurricanes — notably Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Local, state, and federal agencies have been meeting regularly to coordinate efforts on a emergency plan should a hurricane hit the Jersey shore this summer. KYW’s John McDevitt reports.
Listen online, or download audio podcasts of the entire Regional Affairs Council series, “The Next Jersey Shore Superstorm.”