Maybe it was not that bad, but the public, environmental, and planning professionals are feeling snubbed because the Office of Emergency Management in NJ submitted their Hazard Mitigation Plan to the feds without any input from the public. 

Now these folks are rethinking! First, a video (OK is a promotional video but it is cool).  If disaster strikes I want one of these! And this fellow just won a coveted prize in architecture, the Pritkzer prize, for designing temporary ...

According to this article by Scott Gurian on NJ Spotlight and Newsworks.org, all of the other states in the Mid-Atlantic Region are planning for sea-level rise in a serious way.  NJ…not so much.  Long article but well worth the ...

Editorial from the Press of Atlantic City, originally printed on Monday, October 28, 2013. Hurricane Sandy taught us all many lessons. But now, a year later, as an estimated 26,000 New Jersey residents remain out of their homes and as ...

Original article in the Star Ledger – September 27, 2013 Written By Grant Salmon News broke last week that the fire that burned down the Seaside boardwalk was caused by degraded electrical wiring. According to reports, this ...