Toms River, New Jersey. Ocean County NJ Business Directory in Toms River
Residents are reminded that infrastructure construction and heavy equipment will be operating in the areas that are not scheduled for re-entry so re-entry must be limited to the designated area. Please do not arrive on a day not scheduled or you will be removed and you will only slow the recovery process for the entire beach area. We cannot stress enough that it is important to go by the plan to ensure recovery of this area for both yourselves and your…Continue
Added by Admin on November 27, 2012 at 9:07am — No Comments
The last two weeks have been extremely stressful for everybody. The holidays are now arriving and here are a few places in Toms River hosting Thanksgiving for those families who have lost everything and need somewhere to go.
TOMS RIVER – Ocean County College will host a Thanksgiving dinner…Continue
Added by Admin on November 19, 2012 at 2:13pm — No Comments
the examiner.com has an article that re-entry for OB would be on Nov 14 with a meeting scheduled for the evening before,
Nov 13. Where is the meeting taking place and what time?
Added by Serina Sharkey on November 10, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Why can't your administration update your page? Lavallette posts daily the progress they are making in cleaning up their town and when their residents are expected to get into their homes. Your town still has posted "hurricane sandy is coming". It would be nice if we knew on a daily basis what is going on and when you are going to let us into Ortley to see our homes which I might add contributes a substantial amout of income to toms river. I…Continue
It is extremely upsetting to see the devastation of homes. I am lucky my home is still standing. Therefore
I hope the police let us in asap to winterize our homes. It won't take long and we have no intentions of staying
past getting that done. I am so frustrated that they are not letting us know when we can do this. If my home
freezes then it will be ruined along with the rest. When we will be notified? How will we be notified?
HURRICANE SANDY - AFTERMATH
All residents who have damage to their homes, contact FEMA as soon as possible, starting right now. The Federal Emergency Management Association has declared New Jersey as a major disaster area, which means that residents are entitled to Federal funding to help recover and rebuild homes.”
Added by Admin on November 2, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments