Slowly but surely, the painstaking task of restoring natural gas service to thousands of Ocean County's northern barrier island homes inches southward through Toms River. New Jersey Natural Gas says that service is now registering on 882 meters on the Seaside peninsula.
Travel restrictions apply to sections of Ocean County's northern barrier island in Toms River and Lavallette as New Jersey Natural Gas crews begin line restoration and trash haulers begin moving tons of storm debris back to the mainland.
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