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Toms River Business Improvement District

Sculpture by J. Seward Johnson, Downtown Toms River
(Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
Sculpture by J. Seward Johnson, Downtown Toms River (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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New “Neighbors” Take Over Toms River

The newest faces on the streets of Toms River aren't very talkative - but they're not standoffish, they're statues!

20 life-size sculptures of people doing everyday things will be on display downtown through the end of the summer, featuring everything from two businessmen sharing a newspaper to a policeman writing a ticket

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Downtown Toms River Thriving

Have you been to Downtown Toms River lately? The addition of new restaurants and businesses is attracting lots of foot traffic, according to Bill Golkiewicz, Executive Director of the Downtown Toms River Business Improvement District (BID)

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Bill Golkiewicz, interim Executive Director, TR Business Improvement District, by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media
Bill Golkiewicz, interim Executive Director, TR Business Improvement District, by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media
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New Plans in the Works to Revitalize Downtown Toms River

The Toms River Business Improvement District, known as Downtown Toms River, moves forward with plans to help revitalize the district with the help of new leadership.

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Aftermath of fire in downtown Toms River
Aftermath of fire in downtown Toms River (Kevin Williams, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Toms River Open For Business

Certainly the fenced-in fire-hollowed shell of an office building isn't good for Downtown Toms River, but an official with the Toms River Business Improvement District (TRBID) sees a silver lining in the tragedy.

TRBID Executive Director Jody Alessandrine said the fire at the corner of Washington and Robbins Streets presents a new opportunity.

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Should Parking Meters Stay or Go in Downtown Toms River?

The parking meter issue is dividing business owners in downtown Toms River. While some support keeping meters as a way of generating customer turn-over, others feel having to pay for a spot is doing more harm than good.

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