A bill that would allow Jersey Shore towns to better capitalize on beach access fees by allowing the proceeds to also be used to rebuild and maintain nearby properties decimated by Sandy was supposed to be considered by a State Senate committee Monday.
Prince Harry will be in New Jersey on Tuesday. He wants to see the part of the Jersey Shore that Superstorm Sandy hit the hardest. He'll be accompanied by Governor Christie when he tours "ground zero" of the storm, Mantoloking. He'll also be stopping by Seaside Heights to see the progress of Restore The Shore. We figured since Harry will be at the Shore, he might as well get the full experience. That's why we asked you on Facebook to name a landmark or hot spot in Monmouth & Ocean counties that is a must for the Prince to see.
The New Jersey Supreme Court will decide an issue crucial to the future of the Jersey shore in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy: whether oceanfront homeowners deserve cash compensation when protective dune projects block their views of the water.
More than $9.2 million in federal funds is on the way to Toms River, the New Jersey Department of Military Affairs, East Brunswick and Eagleswood Township to reimburse the municipalities and state for emergency measures taken as a result of Sandy.
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