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Bay to Beach March and Rally planned in Ortley over Stalled Replenishment Project

Ortley Beach residents are running out of patience as they continue waiting for New Jersey to begin the federal Army Corps of Engineers replenishment project almost three years after Super Storm Sandy. 

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Bayside Park, Ortley Beach (Stacy Proebstle)
Bayside Park, Ortley Beach (Stacy Proebstle)
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Bayside Park in Ortley Beach reopens July 18

The next step toward mending Ortley Beach's Superstorm wounds is about to be taken. Bayside Park, decimated in the October 2012 disaster, officially reopens July 18.

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Ortley Beach Water Tower (Townsquare Media)
Ortley Beach Water Tower (Townsquare Media)
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Dune restoration protest march July 18 in Ortley

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.

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Groundbreaking for the new Seaview Condominiums in Ortley Beach/Photo courtesy of Toms River Township
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Work on Beach and Dune Replenishment in Toms River Not Likely Until 2016

Almost three years after Sandy, residents of Toms River's Barrier Island are being informed by Township officials that the Army Corps of Engineers stalled Beach and Dune Replenishment project isn't likely to happen until spring, 2106 at the earliest. 

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State Gives Toms River $1 million Beach Replenishment Grant

Toms River will be able to better protect itself from future storms while awaiting for the much-delayed Army Corps of Engineers Beach Replenishment project to be completed, thanks to a $1 million grant from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). 

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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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Army Corps Beach Replenishment Project in Monmouth County, photo by Dianne DeOliveira, TSM News
Army Corps Beach Replenishment Project in Monmouth County, photo by Dianne DeOliveira, TSM News
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Frustration mounts over of Army Corps Lack of Work on Beach Replenishment Project in Ocean County

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.  

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Toms River to Study Flooding and Traffic Issues

Three separate studies are expected to kick off this month in Toms River aimed at improving flooding and traffic issues on the Barrier Island and Downtown, according to officials with the Township Planning Department.

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Paul Jeffrey, President, Ortley Beach Voters and Taxpayers Association (Townsquare Media)
Ortley Beach Voters and Taxpayers Association President Paul Jeffrey (Photo Credit: Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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A Protection Proposal for Ortley Beach

As more and more towns question or even opt out of the state's dune replenishment plan, one Toms River community is proposing a storm protection alternative.

Ortley Beach Voters and Taxpayers Association President Paul Jeffrey says his com

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“Meet the Builder” of a new Neighborhood in Seaside Heights

Potential buyers will have a chance to talk face-to-face with the developers of a new single-family neighborhood in Seaside Heights.

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