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Hurricane Sandy destroyed potions of the Atlantic City boardwalk on Oct. 29, 2012.

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ATLANTIC CITY — A climate change and energy town hall Saturday will draw attention to environmental challenges in the area.

Food & Water Watch, ReThink Energy NJ and the National Institute for Healthy Human Spaces are teaming up to host the town hall, the theme of which is “How Climate Change & Dirty Energy Impact Our Communities.”

Speakers and panelists will discuss environmental risks in Atlantic City and the surrounding area, as well as Hurricane Sandy cleanup, climate change, pipelines and sustainable energy in the state.

The town hall will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the All Wars Memorial Building at 1510 Adriatic Ave.

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Covering breaking news for The Press of Atlantic City since September 2016. Graduate of the University of Maryland, Central Jersey native.

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