In another sign of a turn toward normalcy, amusement rides will start spinning this weekend at some parks and piers along the Sandy-battered New Jersey shore even as work continues to repair damage to buildings, boardwalks and other attractions.
Eric Katz, a 30-year-old paraplegic, Toms River, NJ native, who has devoted his life to building and creating artificial limbs for amputees, lost his home and everything he owned during Hurricane Sandy.
Construction on the 12.5 mile stretch of Route 35 through Ocean County will be done with every effort to not inconvenience drivers too much. But Joe Dee, spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Transportation reminds drivers this won't be a "normal summer."
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