In a Nov. 1, 2012 photo, a worker sorts through shattered boards on the Point Pleasant Beach N.J. boardwalk, three days after Superstorm Sandy pounded the resort. Point Pleasant Beach has reached an agreement with the owners of Jenkinson's Boardwalk to drop a proposed midnight bar closing law in return for the company dropping lawsuits against the town. Jenkinson's also will contribute up to $1 million to help rebuild the storm-damaged boardwalk. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

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In a Nov. 1, 2012 photo, a worker sorts through shattered boards on the Point Pleasant Beach N.J. boardwalk, three days after Superstorm Sandy pounded the resort.  Point Pleasant Beach has reached an agreement with the owners of Jenkinson's Boardwalk to drop a proposed midnight bar closing law in return for the company dropping lawsuits against the town. Jenkinson's also will contribute up to $1 million to help rebuild the storm-damaged boardwalk. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
In a Nov. 1, 2012 photo, a worker sorts through shattered boards on the Point Pleasant Beach N.J. boardwalk, three days after Superstorm Sandy pounded the resort. Point Pleasant Beach has reached an agreement with the owners of Jenkinson's Boardwalk to drop a proposed midnight bar closing law in return for the company dropping lawsuits against the town. Jenkinson's also will contribute up to $1 million to help rebuild the storm-damaged boardwalk. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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