After Hurricane Sandy pummeled the region in October, many weren’t sure how the state would fare in 2013. Perhaps some of the biggest triumphs — or obstacles — of 2013 may be seen along the South Jersey shore as people and businesses work to return to normalcy. That’s a noteworthy challenge, particularly for the region’s hardest-hit shore towns on Long Beach Island, which hope to be ready for summer.
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