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Sandy victims moving into 17 donated homes

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EATONTOWN, N.J. (AP) -- Some families in New Jersey who lost their homes during Superstorm Sandy now have new places to live.

They're moving into 17 homes that the Affordable Housing Alliance in Eatontown bought with a $1 million donation from the Robin Hood Foundation.

The homes will all be occupied by low-income people who lost their homes or apartments in the storm.

The modular homes are energy efficient and are being placed in an Eatontown mobile home park.

Alliance CEO Derek Griggs says many of the residents have been living in hotels or crashing with friends.

Annette Corson says she's thrilled to be moving into a permanent home.

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