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Superstorm-Dune Wars
A woman, right, scavenges on the beach while workers labor on the new seawall construction project to protect Mantoloking. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Officials continue to push for sand dunes along Jersey’s coast

More than two-and-a-half years after Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey officials continue to push a plan to build up sand dunes along the entire 1,270 miles of coastline, to protect shore communities from future storms.

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Toms River officials talk, homeowners shout over dune restoration snags

While busloads of Toms River homeowners bused to the Statehouse in Trenton to vent their frustration over the stalled post-Sandy beach restoration project, township elected officials disclosed the results of new discussions with the Army Corps of Engineers and state environmental regulators.

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FEMA Flood Hazard Map Open House in Toms River, by Tom Mongelli TSM
FEMA Flood Hazard Map Open House in Toms River, by Tom Mongelli TSM
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FEMA Flood Map Open Houses Bring Clarity to Ocean County

Some happiness, some disappointment but most of all clarity, is what the nearly 150 people who attended the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Open House felt after reviewing their preliminary Flood

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A Push for Federal Investigation of Sandy Claims

State lawmakers are hoping to get Congress and the U.S. Justice Department to investigate Superstorm Sandy related insurance claims.

Shore 10th district lawmakers State Senator Jim Holzapfel, Assemblyman Dave Wolfe and Assemblyman Greg McGuckin introduced resolutions requesting Congress to conduct a probe and hearing to determine if flood insurance companies are revising engineering reports to deny legitimate Sandy claims.

"We recently saw a case out of New York

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Route 35 Reconstruction work,, R.Key Townsquare Media
Route 35 Reconstruction work,, R.Key Townsquare Media
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Route 35 to Close Temporarily in Bay Head

Part of Route 35 in Bay Head will be closed for several weeks starting 10 a.m. Monday  due to roadway and drainage reconstruction. According to the New Jersey Department of Transportation, the work is part of a $265 million Superstorm Sandy response project that began in the summer of 2013. The closure will take place from Delaware Avenue in Point Pleasant Beach to Osborne Avenue in Bay Head.

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Superstorm-Dune Wars
A woman, right, scavenges on the beach while workers labor on the new seawall construction project to protect Mantoloking. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Beach replenishment projects to start regardless of easements

As the air turns colder, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has plans for numerous Sandy-recovery projects through the winter and spring.

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Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Pile Project Nears Completion

A state Department of Environmental Protection program that involves installing metal sheet piles along a stretch of the beach in Mantoloking and Brick is nearing completion in time for the winter season.

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