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FEMA agrees to change some “V” zones in Toms River PDF Print E-mail

As a result of Toms River Township’s continuing efforts to review and monitor the recent and ongoing changes to the FEMA Flood Maps, Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher is pleased to announce that the Township Engineer has received a response to his latest letter to FEMA from December 17, 2013. Robert Chankalian’s letter, among other things, requested that FEMA revisit some areas along the bay front where the “V” zone, or wave velocity line, did not follow the bulkhead. This, in Chankalian’s opinion, erroneously resulted in some homes being placed in the V zone. Mayor Kelaher stated that this would result in significantly higher insurance premiums for those residents.  

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Toms River Police—Public Safety Warning PDF Print E-mail

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Fire sprinklers and heating systems in cold weather- a reminder from the Toms River Fire Bureau of Fire prevention PDF Print E-mail

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Toms River Township Police Foundation Award For Employee's Retired And Current Children PDF Print E-mail
Amount: _RANGE FROM $500.00 to $1000.00________________

A number of scholarships will be awarded to the pool of applicants.

Description for eligibility: Any senior who is planning to attend a college or university who has devoted him or herself to serve the community as demonstrated through their volunteer work.

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Toms River Township Police Foundation Scholarship PDF Print E-mail
Amount: _RANGE FROM $500.00 to $1000.00________________

A number of scholarships will be awarded to the pool of applicants from the 4 local High Schools.

Description for eligibility: Any senior who is planning to attend a college or university majoring in law enforcement. ( whose goal is to become a police officer)

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Christie Administration Receives Federal Approval To Dedicate Additional Funds To Existing Housing Recovery Programs PDF Print E-mail

Approximately 1,000 Waitlisted RREM Applicants and More Than 1,200 Waitlisted Resettlement Applicants Will Receive Federal Funds

The Christie Administration has received approval from the Obama Administration to amend the New Jersey Disaster Recovery Action Plan to dedicate an additional $145 million of existing federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funds to two Sandy housing recovery programs. This will enable approximately 1,000 Sandy-impacted homeowners to move off of the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation, and Mitigation (RREM) Program waitlist and more than 1,200 storm-affected families to move off of the Homeowner Resettlement waitlist and receive grants to assist them in their recovery effort.

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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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