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Important News for Businesses Impacted by Sandy: 2% working capital loans for storm recovery PDF Print E-mail

The storm may have passed, but the recovery work goes on.  Whether you suffered physical damage, lost revenue, or both, you may find yourself unable to catch-up from your Sandy-related losses.

 

That's why UCEDC, a non-profit Economic Development Corporation, is offering a low-interest, fast-decision, working capital loan program.  Small business owners can borrow up to $50,000 at 2% for five years with no collateral requirements, no fees, and no prepayment penalties.  Cover lost income, buy equipment or inventory, refinance debt – it’s your call. 

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Toms River Council to Further Reduce Sandy Emergency Appropriation PDF Print E-mail

Christmas is coming early to the taxpayers of Toms River.

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New Businesses Open in Ortley Beach PDF Print E-mail

New Businesses Open in Ortley Beach

 

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Ortley Beach Progress (June 11, 2013) Click below to see link PDF Print E-mail

Board 1- Map of the roads and sewer lines

Board 2-The status of Township projects or Ortley Beach

Board 3-Photos of progress of the 3rd Ave parking lot and boardwalk

Board 4-Photos and rendering of the Lord House Lifeguard Station

Board 5-Ortley Bulkhead & West Side Reconstruction Projects

 
Mayor Welcomes Residents Back to Ortley Beach PDF Print E-mail

It’s been100 days since Hurricane Sandy struck Toms River, displacing many residents, and leaving the area in a State of Emergency.

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Re-populating Ortley Beach. Can I move back home? (3/5/13, 2013) PDF Print E-mail

Mayor Tom Kelaher has announced an updated status for Ortley Beach.   Kelaher said, "Gov. Chris Christie has approved the re-population for most of Ortley Beach beginning on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 8:00 am.

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Ortley Beachfront area is closed PDF Print E-mail

The Toms River Police Department is reminding everyone that Ortley Beach is still under a State of Emergency. Trespassers and violators will be cited and/or fined.

 

 

 

 
Plan to Re-populate Ortley Beach PDF Print E-mail

Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher has an updated plan for the re-population of Ortley Beach.

The Mayor is pleased to announce that he and the Toms River Council have been steadfastly working with the utility companies to get most Ortley Beach residents back in their homes as early as February 4, 2013.

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Debris Removal / Re-Entry Schedule for Ortley Beach (Updated 1-30-13) PDF Print E-mail

Please refer to the schedule below for island access for Jan.11-31.  We will keep updating our website as soon as a new schedule is given.  Barrier Island opens to residents from 8:00 am -4:00 pm 

Ortley Map

After Feb 3. there is no closure schedule due to repopulation which is set to occur on Feb. 4.

Jan-29 & Feb 1 East Zone Closed for Collections. Middle and West Zones open to homeowners and contractors.

Jan-30 & Feb 2 Middle Zone Closed for Collections. East and West Zones open to homeowners and contractors.

Jan - 31 & Feb 3 West Zone Closed for Collections. East and Middle Zones open to homeowners and contractors.

 

 
When can I get back in my home on a permanent basis? (Updated 2-21-13) PDF Print E-mail

a.The Mayor and Township Council are committed to the goal of returning Ortley Beach residents back in their homes as soon as possible, once conditions are certified to be safe for residents to return to their homes on a permanent basis. Unfortunately, the Ortley Beach area sustained more significant damage than the surrounding areas, and the re-population process is further complicated by the widespread level of damage. Due to the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy, the State of Emergency declared by Governor Christie is still in effect for Ortley Beach.

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What is the Township plan to address security concerns in Ortley Beach until the State of Emergency is lifted and residents are permitted to return to their homes? PDF Print E-mail

 a.Chief Mastronardy has advised that the Police Department will continue the current presence on the barrier island until furtherSpecifically, the Police Department will continue to do the following:

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