On Thursday public officials from federal, state, county and local juristictions will tour five Cumberland County communities damaged by Superstorm Sandy. State Senator Jeff Van Drew says the tour will start at the Maurice River Township municipal building, and give government officials a first-hand look at the devastation caused by Sandy. At least 20 homes were completely destroyed along the Delaware Bay, in the communities of Fortescue, Gandys Beach and Money Island. Officials in Downe Township estimate the storm damage at about $30 million.
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