Let's Talk About Hurricane Sandy

One of the challenges we face in the wake of Hurricane Sandy is keeping the lines of communication open in order to collaborate and coordinate more effectively. We can better understand the obstacles and opportunities that the Hurricane continues to present by sharing our ongoing experiences as well as the projects and ideas we're all thinking about and working on.  

We have created this online tool as a place where people can ask questions and get feedback from their colleagues working in the trenches and to facilitate connections among those facing similar issues or who are looking for partners.

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Author: molly@grdodge.org
Posted: Feb 05 2013 - 05:35 PM
Subject: Success stories
We've heard a lot about what New Jersey's communities should have done and decisions they should have made, but what are examples of communities which made decisions that ultimately minimized the impact of Hurricane Sandy? What are the examples of success we should be sharing with one another?
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