By SARAH KLEPNER
A group of Sea Bright residents is asking the borough to reach out to businesses that have stalled in the post-Sandy recovery process.
With a campaign for sand replenishment, a fundraiser to replace lost beach equipment, an open-house on recovery construction and more efforts already under its belt, Seabrighters Embracing Action a community group that formed in February to help the town and each other recover from Hurricane Sandy is now turning its attention to matters of appearance.
“We’re asking the town to enforce the codes when it comes to businesses that aren’t cleaning up,” SEA founder Heather Bedenko said Tuesday night after the bimonthly borough council meeting. Closed businesses “are like black eyes on the town. We have businesses opening up between two half-demolished places,” she said.