Report says Atlantic City has highest number of Sandy-damaged homes in state - Breaking News - Press of Atlantic City

Report says Atlantic City has highest number of Sandy-damaged homes in state - Breaking News - Press of Atlantic City

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Report says Atlantic City has highest number of Sandy-damaged homes in state

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Vernon Ogrodnek

Americorps worker take a break after working at a home off Grant Avenue, in Atlantic City that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy, Thursday Dec. 20, 2012. At the door is home owner Onerweese Parker.

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Poverty-stricken and lower-income neighborhoods, including those in Tuckerton, Little Egg Harbor Township and Atlantic City, were among those most damaged by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, a draft of a federal report shows.

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Vernon Ogrodnek

Americorps worker take a break after working at a home off Grant Avenue, in Atlantic City that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy, Thursday Dec. 20, 2012. At the door is home owner Onerweese Parker.