Toms River council approves eminent domain resolution for dune project

Toms River council members approved a resolution urging the use of eminent domain to build protective dunes. Ortley Beach residents whose homes were damaged or

Toms River council members voiced their support Tuesday

Toms River council members voiced their support Tuesday night for a resolution urging the use of eminent domain to build protective dunes. (July 23, 2013 11:58 PM)

Toms River council members approved a resolution urging the use of eminent domain to build protective dunes. Ortley Beach residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy want a solid dune built from Barnegat Inlet to Manasquan Inlet. Paula Belotta has lived there for 16 years. She would like hold-out property owners to sign voluntarily easements, so the Army Corps of Engineers...

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