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Toms River Mayor Tom Kelaher and town officials announce plan to demolish Sandy-abandoned homes. (Photo by Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
Toms River Mayor Tom Kelaher and town officials announce plan to demolish Sandy-abandoned homes. (Photo by Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
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Toms River Plans to Destroy Sandy-Abandoned Homes [AUDIO]

Homes left abandoned in Toms River since Sandy will be up for possible demolition by the Township.

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Damage to homes in Ortley Beach
Damage to homes in Ortley Beach (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Ortley Beach Protection Measures On Tap [AUDIO]

Sandy-devastated Ortley Beach residents are scared that another named storm will destroy the slow recovery efforts they're making after nearly being wiped off the coast by Superstorm Sandy last year.

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A crowded Toms River Council Meeting (Photo by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media)
A crowded Toms River Council Meeting (Photo by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media)
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Ortley Beach Residents Fill Toms River Council Meeting [AUDIO]

Frustration over the pace of storm recovery boiled over in Toms River when Ortley Beach residents converged on the town council meeting.

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Barnacle Bill's in Seaside Heights after Sandy
Barnacle Bill's in Ortley Beach after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Is the Entire Shore Open for Business? [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama have each told residents and consumers across the country that the Jersey shore is open for business this summer, but that's not true everywhere along the coast.

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J Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Sandy Victims Still Need Help Nearly Seven Months Later [AUDIO]

While the entire nation turns their attention towards this week's tragic events in Moore, Oklahoma, there's still a great need at the Jersey Shore almost seven months after Superstorm Sandy came crashing in.

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Homes in Toms River destroyed by Sandy
Homes in Toms River destroyed by Sandy (Debbi Winogracki, Toms River Township)
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Storm-Struck Ortley Home Demolition Begins

The first of about 100 homes in Toms River beyond repair in the aftermath of the Superstorm go under the wrecking ball starting Saturday.

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Mayors Vince Barella, Tom Keleher, Bill Akers (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
Mayors Vince Barella, Tom Keleher, Bill Akers (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
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Jersey Shore Tourism Season Remains On Track [AUDIO]

Mayors of several of Ocean County's Northern Barrier Island communities are in a race against time to get their beaches and tourism hot spots ready for this summer season, but is it realistic given the devastation of Sandy?

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Damage to homes in Ortley Beach
Damage to homes in Ortley Beach (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Ortley Beach Opens For Repopulation [AUDIO]

Ortley Beach, Toms River's most storm-battered portion, will reopen for repopulation, but Township Mayor Tom Kelaher warns it could be while until things are fully normal in that part of town.

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Ortley Beach Residents to Return Home February 4th

Residents in a Jersey shore community among the hardest-hit by Superstorm Sandy will start moving back home on Feb. 4.

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Damage to homes in Ortley Beach
Damage to homes in Ortley Beach (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Ortley Beach Recovering Slowly From Sandy [AUDIO]

New Jersey lawmakers who toured hard-hit areas of the Jersey Shore after Superstorm Sandy were amazed by the destruction in the Ortley Beach section of Toms River.

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