Five years after super storm Sandy, Hunterdon County has implemented a resiliency plan that has put five permanent generators in place at key county structures, including the public shelter at the County’s Route 12 complex, which serve to ensure power at the structures in the event of power failures, such as those experienced during the 2012 mega storm.

Freeholder Matt Holt, who was a member of the Board during the storm in 2012, stated, “Resiliency and preparedness in Hunterdon County are the cornerstones of lessons learned from super storm Sandy.”