Angela Cimillo, of Moonachie, N.J., whose home was damaged during Superstorm Sandy, 

Angela Cimillo, of Moonachie, N.J., whose home was damaged during Superstorm Sandy, left, hugs New Jersey Gov. Christie Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, as the governor toured the flood-ravaged area. The flooding of Moonachie, Little Ferry and Carlstadt, three communities sandwiched between Teterboro Airport, MetLife Stadium and the Hackensack River, was caused by six dirt berms that broke from the pressure of a tidal surge, Christie said. More than 1.7 million customers in New Jersey remain without power _ down from over 2.7 million at the height of the outages. "Take care of us," Cimillo told Christie. (AP Photo/The Record of Bergen County, Kevin R. Wexler, Pool)
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Angela Cimillo, of Moonachie, N.J., whose home was damaged during Superstorm Sandy, left, hugs New Jersey Gov. Christie Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, as the governor toured the flood-ravaged area. The flooding of Moonachie, Little Ferry and Carlstadt, three communities sandwiched between Teterboro Airport, MetLife Stadium and the Hackensack River, was caused by six dirt berms that broke from the pressure of a tidal surge, Christie said. More than 1.7 million customers in New Jersey remain without power _ down from over 2.7 million at the height of the outages. "Take care of us," Cimillo told Christie. (AP Photo/The Record of Bergen County, Kevin R. Wexler, Pool)
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