The Christie administration has announced a new plan to expand temporary housing for the thousands of New Jersey residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy. The plan includes making even greater use of Fort Monmouth, the former Army post in Monmouth County. Forty-five units had been under renovation there for the displaced. Now an effort is under way to add as many as 375 units of permanent housing at the former Army post and to place temporary housing on concrete pads there.
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