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Sandy Impacted More Than 800 Madison Businesses

No homes report significant damage in NJ Spotlight interactive map.

More than 800 businesses were impacted when superstorm Sandy struck New Jersey in the fall.

NJ Spotlight created an interactive map of town-by-town Sandy damage information with specific statistics on impacts to homes and businesses. month.

Madison did not report any homes or rental properties sustaining damage, but 801 businesses were impacted.

Nearby, four Morristown homes, two of them rental properties, suffered between under $8,000 and about $29,000 worth of damage. In Florham Park, one homeowner reported tangible damage while 857 businesses were impacted; Hanover Township reported 49 homes with major damage while 1,084 businesses were impacted.

Statewide, nearly 87,000 housing units were damaged. About 12,500 of those sustained major damage or were destroyed.

At least 1,000 residences were damaged in 24 municipalities in seven counties. Nearly 400,000 businesses were impacted, as well.

NJ Spotlight is an issue-driven news website that provides critical insight to New Jersey’s communities and businesses. It is non-partisan, independent, policy-centered and community-minded.

Madison Station March 25, 2013 at 11:28 PM
Huh? There were plenty of homes with damage in Madison. What was the reporting agency?
The Good Guy March 26, 2013 at 12:30 PM
What is the article about? 800 businesses in Madison? I can't image there being more than 50 business unless Madison is way bigger than I know it is. And what is the definition of impacted? I don't think I saw any damages to any businesses. No houses in Madison damaged? Somebody needs to relook at this article and the NJ Spotlight one because it needs a little bit of help.
Colleen Bohensky March 26, 2013 at 12:46 PM
I think someone needs to do some fact checking.
Ann Hoag March 26, 2013 at 05:40 PM
We had more than $9,000 damages to our house and property in Madison.

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