In this March 5, 2013 photo, weakened sand dunes in Harvey Cedars, N.J., still provide some protection to oceanfront homes. Superstorm Sandy showed how dunes protect homes along the coast, yet not all oceanfront property owners want them, fearing lost waterfront views and fearing that giving the government permission to build bigger dunes could lead to construction of boardwalks or amusements behind their pricey homes. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

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In this March 5, 2013 photo, weakened sand dunes in Harvey Cedars, N.J., still provide some protection to oceanfront homes. Superstorm Sandy showed how dunes protect homes along the coast, yet not all oceanfront property owners want them, fearing lost waterfront views and fearing that giving the government permission to build bigger dunes could lead to construction of boardwalks or amusements behind their pricey homes. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
In this March 5, 2013 photo, weakened sand dunes in Harvey Cedars, N.J., still provide some protection to oceanfront homes. Superstorm Sandy showed how dunes protect homes along the coast, yet not all oceanfront property owners want them, fearing lost waterfront views and fearing that giving the government permission to build bigger dunes could lead to construction of boardwalks or amusements behind their pricey homes. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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