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Please donate to the Philippines PDF Print E-mail

Community Medical Center is accepting donations for towns in the Philippines devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.  Toms River Mayor Tom Kelaher said, “Even though many of our residents are still dealing with the loss of their homes from Sandy, we are extremely grateful that we didn’t have any loss of life.  The death toll in the Philippines is in the thousands, and millions are affected. They need essential supplies right now.” Kelaher added, “Our community has always been extremely generous when it comes to helping those in need, and I hope that we will continue that tradition.”

Financial contributions are preferred.  Please send checks to:

The Filipino–American & Community Development Center of Ocean County Inc. (FCDC)  

P.O. Box 4746 Toms River, NJ 08754.

Or call 732-664-8120. For more information on the FDCD see the attachment here.

 
A Message From Mayor Tom Kelaher One Year Wrap-Up After Superstorm Sandy PDF Print E-mail

 

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- Hello, this is a message from Toms River Township Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher addressing all residents and second homeowners of Toms River.

 

As we pass the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, it’s hard to believe that an entire year has gone by.  It has certainly been an extremely busy year for homeowners and the official family of Toms River Township. I would like to share with you a few of the things we have accomplished since the storm and what you can expect in the coming months.

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Toms River Officials to Cancel Unexpended Capital Ordinance Balances--Will Save Taxpayers $1.7 Million PDF Print E-mail

As part of the Council’s continuing efforts to economically manage the Township’s finances, the Council will consider canceling certain capital ordinance balances at its next meeting.

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Toms River Animal Shelter Celebrates National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week PDF Print E-mail

In celebration of National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week from November 3-9, the Toms River Animal Shelter encourages pet lovers to reach out and support their local shelters and rescues.

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SANDY RECOVERY SURVEY PDF Print E-mail

Was your home damaged by Sandy? Are you now, or were you at one time displaced from your home by Sandy?

WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Please participate in our survey at:

www.monmouthpoll.org/Sandy

 
At One Year Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, Toms River officials sign Ordinance for Eminent Domain PDF Print E-mail

Sandy 1 Year

Toms River Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher and Council President George Wittmann sign the ordinance for Eminent Domain proceedings at the 3rd Avenue boardwalk in Ortley Beach on October 28, 2013. (Photo: Debbi Winogracki)

At the newly rebuilt boardwalk in Ortley Beach, Toms River officials held a press conference to mark the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy and focus on the progress made over the last 12 months.

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Storm Recovery Ombudsman Helps Hundreds in Toms River PDF Print E-mail

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