Eviction notices are going out to some of the former Tent City homeless residents who were provided with one-year of free housing rent by Lakewood Township when the encampment was shut-down in June, 2014.
Some Ortley Beach residents are concerned about the way the community is reshaping in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, following recent variance approvals by the Toms River Township Zoning Board of Adjustment for larger and two-family homes.
The Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group is seeking $20 million of the final $500 million in federal disaster aid funding earmarked for New Jersey, according to Susan Marticek, Executive Director of the umbrella group for 80 non-profit organizations that have been helping Sandy victims since the 2012 storm.
Zoning and building code regulations would be relaxed to allow New Jersey municipalities to create Tiny Homes, affordable dwellings between 300 and 500 square-feet, under proposed legislation by New Jersey state Senator Raymond D. Lesniak (D).
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