SANDY: Fisheries Disaster Declared for NY, NJ
Posted by feww on November 17, 2012
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Global Disasters/ Significant Events
Dept of Commerce declares fisheries disaster for N.Y. and N.J. in the aftermath of SANDY
“We are taking action because of the storm’s devastating impact on the people who live and work in coastal communities that were hit hard by Sandy.” Acting Secretary of Commerce said in a statement.
- In 2010 alone, New Jersey and New York commercial fisheries landed almost 190 million pounds of fish, valued at more than $210 million dollars.
- In the same year, New Jersey and New York recreational fishermen took more than 10 million trips and caught a total of nearly five million fish.
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