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Some Shore Residents Still Fighting Dune Projects [AUDIO]

Amidst a decision by the Governor to declare an Executive Order allowing the construction of dunes on property even where easements weren't signed, and the state's decision to award a one dollar settlement to the Harvey Cedars couple who sued over obstructed views, the attorney for the couple says both rulings will not deter his clients.

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September 'Ask the Governor' (Photo by Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media)
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Governor Christie Presses Ahead with Dune Protection Plan [VIDEO/AUDIO/POLL]

Eleven months after Superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie has signed an Executive Order, which declares the lack of protection for the Jersey shoreline opens the door to disaster.

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Dune Holdouts Have Their Reasons, Lawyer Says [AUDIO]

Oceanfront property owners have become the victims of public shaming in some Jersey shore towns, but should they be considered the bad guys?

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Former DEP Commissioner Warns of Unsustainable Storm Recovery Projects [AUDIO]

The state cannot be short-sighted in its storm recovery from Superstorm Sandy warns a former Department of Environmental Protection commissioner during a joint Senate-Assembly panel on the pace of rebuilding.

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Toms River’s Next Step in Easement Process [AUDIO]

Those holdouts in Toms River refusing to sign easements are getting a written ultimatum this week: "You either sign or face eminent domain."

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Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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Surf City Wants Goverment to Finish Beach Work

A Jersey shore town is appealing to the federal government to build dunes at the end of three streets that were excluded from a beach replenishment project because homeowners wouldn't sign access papers to allow the work.

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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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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Officials Work Towards Future Hurricane Preparation [AUDIO]

With another hurricane season underway, the Department of Environmental Protection is working to ensure the progress made since Sandy does not get obliterated with an errant storm.

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Dune Ruling Has Big Impact for Easements [AUDIO]

In addition to returning $375,000 back to Harvey Cedars, the State Supreme Court's decision to require lower courts to consider the protective properties of dunes also helps towns still needing to get access easements for federal beach replenishment project.

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Should Easement Holdouts Be Named Publicly? [AUDIO]

The fate of that 11-mile dune project from the Manasquan Inlet down to the Barnegat Inlet rests in the hands of the property owners refusing to sign the easements.

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