The Christie Administration has filed the first of its promised eminent domain actions against Ocean County homeowners who have not granted permission for easements so dunes can be built as protection against future major storms.
The Five Stages of Sandy Grief reach the 'Anger' phase Thursday night in Toms River as residents and non-profit groups voice their concerns as they fear the unknown future of funding as the anniversary of the super storm reaches three years on the 29th.
One of the biggest critics of Toms River's storm protection efforts is praising the Township's efforts to install a sand berm a few weeks before Hurricane Joaquin and the Nor'easter were predicted to impact the Jersey Coast over the past weekend.
Fed up with inaction on storm protections for the Toms River shorefront, two citizens' groups collaborate for a July 18 protest march in Ortley Beach that they hope will draw crowds of equally-irate Superstorm survivors.
Eminent domain issues continue stalling the Army Corps of Engineers Beach Replenishment Project from starting in Ocean County, and Toms River officials and residents living on the barrier island are fed up.
Sandy-damaged coastal communities from Manasquan to the Barnegat Inlets are learning through media sources that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not be starting a massive beach replenishment project in June.
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