Homeward bound: Displaced barrier island residents may move back as area reopens

Homeward bound: Displaced barrier island residents may move back as area reopens (via NJ.com)

Candy Popaca and her husband, Don, are moving back home tomorrow. They will drive down Fourth Avenue in the Normandy Beach section of Toms River, a town where houses shifted off foundations and collapsed, past piles of debris still stacked outside some flood-damaged residences and as bad as things…

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