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MetroFocus: Full Episode January 9

January 9, 2013 6:00 PMvideo

MetroFocus airs Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m. on WLIW and Jan. 10 at 8 p.m. on NJTV and  9 p.m. on THIRTEEN.

In this edition of MetroFocus, we follow the money and look at what is still to be done to recover from Superstorm Sandy. NJToday’s Lauren Wanko reports from the oceanfront community of Mantoloking, NJ where more hundreds of homes were destroyed or severely damaged. Rafael Pi Roman follows up with a discussion about where the billions of federal money are going to go, and which communities are still struggling in New York with Jarrett Murphy, editor-in-chief of the non-profit investigative news organization “City Limits” and staff reporter, Nick Powell, from New York newspaper “City&State”.

NJToday managing editor Mike Schneider brings us the latest on school coping after the Newtown, Connecticut shooting with an interview with the mayor of Marlboro Township, NJ, Jonathan Hornik who decided to put armed police officers in every one of the town’s school.

Former New York Mayor Ed Koch reviews political corruption, political leaders and his decision to seek a fourth term in an interview with Rafael Pi Roman. And the president of Covenant House, Kevin Ryan, talks about homeless youth and how to help in our MetroFocus solutions story.

NJToday’s Lauren Wanko reports from Mantoloking, NJ where Sandy destroyed or severely damaged hundreds of homes.

Rafael Pi Roman follows up with a discussion about where the billions in federal money will go with Jarrett Murphy, editor-in-chief of the non-profit investigative news organization “City Limits” and Nick Powell, staff reporter for “City & State.”

NJToday Managing Editor Mike Schneider interviews the mayor of Marlboro Township, NJ, Jonathan Hornik who decided to put armed police officers in every one of the town’s schools.

Former New York Mayor Ed Koch reviews political corruption, political leaders and his decision to seek a fourth term.

The president of Covenant House, Kevin Ryan, talks about homeless youth and how to help in our MetroFocus solutions story.

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