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Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home (Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. Some 40 of the park's 168 trailers were totaled during Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Families recover from Sandy at Stony Point trailer park

After 12-foot surges during superstorm Sandy swept through the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point, families are struggling to cleanup and return.

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. Some 40 of the park's 168 trailers were totaled during Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Joe Licari and his wife Amy at home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Joe Licari and his wife Amy at home with their daughters Annabella, left, and Gabriella. They are still waiting for the insurance company to help pay for damage to their home at Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. Some 40 of the park's 168 trailers were totaled during Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

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Activity is seen at the home of Joe
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Activity is seen at the home of Joe Licari at the Ba Mar Mobile Home Park in Stony Point. Some 40 of the park's 168 trailers were totaled during Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Joe Micakovic and fellow construction workers drove in
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Joe Micakovic and fellow construction workers drove in from Michigan to excavate and prepare the trailers for new construction. Some 40 of the Ba Mar trailer park's 168 trailers in Stony Point were totaled during Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Justin Gelhaus has been helping his girlfriend clear
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Justin Gelhaus has been helping his girlfriend clear out her parents' trailer at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Some 40 of the 168 trailers at Ba
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Some 40 of the 168 trailers at Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point were damaged by Hurricane Sandy in October. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

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Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Miguel Mavas and his family are seen in
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Miguel Mavas and his family are seen in their trailer home at Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point, where FEMA helped pay for the repairs. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Joe Micakovic and fellow construction workers drove in
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Joe Micakovic and fellow construction workers drove in from Michigan to excavate and prepare the trailers for new construction at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

This home lost its roof during superstorm Sandy
(Credit: Susan Stava)

This home lost its roof during superstorm Sandy at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Cleanup continues at the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

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Mold grows on still-damaged areas at Ba Mar
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Mold grows on still-damaged areas at Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Andy Lopez speaks with his employer from the
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Andy Lopez speaks with his employer from the ruins of his trailer home, which was destroyed by superstorm Sandy in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. The roof was ripped off and a tree fell on the roof and into his bedroom. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Sandra Inoa of Stony Point salvages clothing from
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Sandra Inoa of Stony Point salvages clothing from her family's boarded-up trailer home, which was damaged by Hurricane Sandy in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Yesenia Lopez salvages a box of cereal that
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Yesenia Lopez salvages a box of cereal that had been on top of her refrigerator in the ruins of her home, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. The roof was ripped off and a tree fell through the ceiling into her bedroom. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Sandra and Pedro Inoa of Stony Point load
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Sandra and Pedro Inoa of Stony Point load their car and their son, also named Pedro, 10, outside their family's boarded-up trailer that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. (Oct. 31, 2012)

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Hurricane Sandy destroyed a trailer owned by Andy
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Hurricane Sandy destroyed a trailer owned by Andy and Yesenia Lopez in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. The roof was ripped off and a tree fell through the structure. (Oct. 31, 2012)

A tree fell on the home of Andy
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A tree fell on the home of Andy and Yesenia Lopez during Hurricane Sandy in the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point. (Oct. 31, 2012)

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point rests on land as cleanup begins. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Stony Point police Officer J.J. Garcia speaks with
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Stony Point police Officer J.J. Garcia speaks with Bruce Butler of the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point, which has been recommend for a nonmandatory evacuation by 8 p.m. Sunday. Butler will not be leaving. (Oct. 28, 2012)

Stony Point police Officer J.J. Garcia speaks with
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Stony Point police Officer J.J. Garcia speaks with residents of the Ba Mar trailer home park in Stony Point, which has been recommend for a nonmandatory evacuation by 8 tonight. (Oct. 28, 2012)

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