An initial drive-by survey of non-agricultural damages in Gloucester from Hurricane Sandy pegged the costs at $38,000, said a Gloucester County spokeswoman.
The damage assessment estimate includes $36,000 to four homes in the Maryus area and another $2,000 to a home in Gloucester Point damaged by a falling tree, the spokeswoman said.
County properties incurred minor damages such as expected damage to the Gloucester Point Beach area, she said. This includes damaged boat landing boards, sand and water entering the beach house building and sand and standing water around the structure, but nothing of major concern or costs, she said.
Beaverdam Park has downed limbs on the trails, but they will be removed and all the trails will be inspected, the spokeswoman said.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times