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“Home” at Fort Monmouth

Union Beach woman and her family move into their new home at Fort Monmouth.

Three months, and three moves after Hurricane Sandy pushed in the foundation walls of her Union Beach home, Melissa Heugle is letting out a deep exhale.

This week she turned the key on a new, albiet temporary home at Fort Monmouth.

“I can breathe now,” she said. “I feel relieved, safe, taken care of."

For more on this story, and more about the businesses and commuinites taking shape at Fort Monmouth, visit Future of Fort Monmouth.

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Gerri Hopkins February 09, 2013 at 07:43 PM
All of Eatontown welcomes you and your daughter Melissa. Delighted you are safe and secure again.

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