TOMS RIVER – A new state-of-the-art sheriff’s complex, an Ocean County Hall of Records, expanded office space for the Prosecutor’s Office and a police firing range are all capital projects the county government intends to study in the near future.
“We’ve been talking back and forth for some time now about a long-term capital plan,” said county commission Director Jack Kelly at a board agenda session Wednesday. “It gets complicated. We’re not going to try to do it all today, but what we’re going to do today is talk about the downtown projects that we’re looking at.”
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