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NJ Roller Coaster Submerged by Sandy to Go

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Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers tells the Asbury Park Press ( http://on.app.com/SagykB ) the town and the owners of the Casino Pier are in talks to remove what remains of the Jet Star Roller Coaster. The mayor last week told a TV station that the coaster would make a “great tourist attraction.” But the mayor now says that “was not the brightest comment.” Casino Pier officials say they are still assessing the damage. The mayor says construction of a new boardwalk should begin in January and be ready by Memorial Day.


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Holiday: Memorial Day

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