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Construction Begins This Week To Re-Pave Water Street in Downtown Toms River

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If You are like me, then maybe you are tired of bouncing up and down Water Street in Downtown Toms River. Coming to work each day I get off at Exit 81 and then proceed to bounce my way down Water Street all the way until I exit at Robbins Street. It’s like bounce, smash, and bang pretty much the whole way from the Garden State Parkway ramp to our offices on Robbins. When I leave work it’s the same rough ride right back to the Parkway, but hopefully, that’s coming to an end.

Now with the good news this project is going to run this week, it means there will be delays around Downtown Toms River, but let’s not complain, it’ll mean fantastic new pavement on Water Street and I’m happy about that, they are doing overnight paving so that may help alleviate traffic delays in and around Downtown Toms River. So thanks folks I’m looking forward to this as I commute in and out of Toms River.

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Construction of Camelot at Toms River Continues Take a Look at the Latest

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Summer continues here in Ocean County and so does construction on one of the latest housing development projects in Toms River. It is “Camelot at Toms River”. I was recently traveling through the area and wanted to grab some photos to show you the latest from this new addition to Toms River Township.

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Construction On Route 37 To Begin This Week

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TOMS RIVER – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has just announced that parts of the shoulder on Route 37 in Toms River will be closed beginning tomorrow, January 12.

Between January 12 and 13 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., the shoulder on Route 37 between Thomas Street and Fischer Boulevard will be closed for pavement renovations. NJDOT’s contractor Earle Asphalt Company is scheduled to close these shoulder lanes, eastbound and westbound, for survey work. During the closures, all three travel lanes on Route 37 will remain open in both directions.

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A new ‘frontier’ drives development of town that led N.J. in building permits issued last year

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It didn’t matter that it was raining in Stafford Township. There were houses to build.

Despite the alternating drizzle and downpour on a recent Friday morning, workers used earth movers to spread gravel on sandy soil, stood on ladders nailing plywood panels onto 2-by-4 frames, and wrapped the freshly built walls with green plastic waterproofing sheets.

Whole blocks of houses at a time are being constructed in the township’s Manahawkin section, just off Exit 63 of the Garden State Parkway. They’re going up in a community known as Stafford Park under a multi-phase redevelopment plan adopted in 2006 for 345 single family houses, plus 310 apartments, on a 350-acre area site surrounding the capped Stafford Township Landfill.

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