13 Things to Look Forward to in NJ in 2013

13 things to look forward to in New Jersey in 2013 (via NJ.com)

1. THE NEW SHORE The New Jersey shoreline will be reshaped with a fairly strong push from the federal government. This summer, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is expected to release new coastal flooding maps that could force thousands of people to buy flood insurance and dictate how devastated…

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