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Toms River Pressures NJDEP for Easement Information

Now that the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is in charge of obtaining the remaining easements necessary for allowing work to begin on the Army Corps of Engineers stalled dune project, Toms River officials are requesting monthly progress reports on every property from Point Pleasant Beach to Barnegat Inlet.

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Long Beach Township Family Sues to Block Public Beach Access Through their Front Yard

The Minke family wants a judge to throw out Long Beach Township's Eminent Domain Ordinance to prevent public access to the beach through the front yard of their Loveladies home, according to John H. Buonocore Junior, the Morristown attorney representing them. 

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Toms River Municipal Complex (Townsquare Media)
Toms River Municipal Complex (Townsquare Media)
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Toms River Officials Set To Move on Shorefront Eminent Domain

Toms River beachfront homeowners who oppose access to their land by the Army Corps of Engineers to build protective dunes stand a step closer to losing pieces of their land through the eminent domain process.

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Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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Shore Towns Take First Step Towards Eminent Domain [AUDIO]

Several shore towns are introducing ordinances aimed at taking legal action against holdouts of easement needed to build a protective dune system along the coast.

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Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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Is Eminent Domain a Possibility at Jersey Shore [AUDIO]

Deadlines have passed to get signed easements for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers beach protection project, but the state continues to take a diplomatic approach in getting property owners to cooperate.

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Toms River dunes (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Eminent Domain on Hold in T.R. Pending L.B.I Appeal

Toms River officials are reportedly taking a wait-and-see approach before using eminent domain to gain beach easement rights for the U.S. Army Corps dune replenishment project.

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