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NJ Residents Still Unaware Of Sandy Recovery Firm Bypassing Regulations

STATE – According to a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll, more than two-thirds of New Jersey residents haven’t heard about the Christie administration’s decision to award a multi-million contract for disaster cleanup to a politically connected Florida-based firm, which then donated $50,000 to a Republican organization that backed Gov. Chris Christie’s 2009 election campaign.

Middlesex County College Alumnus Saves Man’s Life

MIDDLESEX COUNTY — The airplane left Mumbai, India at 11:40 p.m. on Feb. 10. It was a long flight, 16 ½ hours, and Niketan “Nick” Diora of Old Bridge was relaxing. He put on a movie, “Hotel Transylvania.” He had been in India for his cousin’s wedding and was looking forward to returning to New Jersey. It was a great wedding.

Sandy Not Spoiling Summer Vacation Plans

NEW BRUNSWICK – More than three-quarters of regular Jersey shore visitors plan to go “down the shore” this summer as usual, despite the havoc wreaked by Superstorm Sandy, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Most – 64 percent – say they will spend about as much time as in summers past, while 13 percent say they will make longer stays. Just under two-thirds of the 20 percent who will make shorter visits say Sandy is the reason they will cut back.