Senator Joe Kyrillos continued to survey the damage and devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Sandy today to better understand the challenges the state will be confronting in the upcoming weeks and months.In Bergen County, Kyrillos and met with county Police officials to ascertain the damages sustained by the county.“As I continue to travel the state and assess the damages left in the wake of the storm, I offer my support and solace to the families that have lost so much,” said Senator Joe Kyrillos. “The damage is staggering not just along the shoreline, but inland near rivers and other bodies of water as well.” MORE
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