Superstorm Sandy Damaged 13 Parsippany Homes
The majority of the homes suffered between $8,000 and $29,000 worth of damage.
Thirteen Par-Troy homes suffered between less than $8,000 and about $29,000 worth of damage caused by Superstorm Sandy last October.
Of the residences that suffered damage, one withstood minor damage totaling less than $8,000. The remaining 12 took major hits, with damage in the area of $29,000.
It was reported that 3,095 businesses were impacted by the superstorm, as well.
High winds uprooted hundreds of trees, some of which fell on homes and vehicles.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs released the number of residences and businesses damaged by Sandy throughout the state last week.
NJ Spotlight created an interactive map of the information, broken down by municipality, last week.
Statewide, nearly 87,000 housing units were damaged. About 12,500 of those sustained major damage or were destroyed.
At least 1,000 residences were damaged in 24 municipalities in seven counties. Nearly 400,000 businesses were impacted, as well.
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