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Permanent residents need more time!

Many of us have irreplaceable items in our homes...give us the time to get them out!

We need more time than a "grab & dash" will allow on the barrier island.  Permanent residents have their lives in their homes.  Who do we petition to give us a full day to bring in a truck, and get out what we need to? 

These decision makers have to realize this...some of us have pets, valuables, business paperwork, guns, family heirlooms, etc.

And we need to get in QUICKLY...every day the moisture and mold destroy what's still salvageable.

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Barbara Mele November 08, 2012 at 03:28 AM
Our home in Ortley may be our secondary, but does that mean it means less to my family? We have invested tons of money not only in our home, but also in the township. Our heart goes out to those who lived year round in Ortley, but there is obviously no winners in this situation. All we are asking is for the right to examine our property, and safe guard it from what will likely be a long road before we can return. Stop penalizing the people who may not live there all year. What some don't realize is that it takes a lot to have these homes. We do it to give our children memories of days spent at the shore. I agree with the comment about us being used as CASH COWS! It seems to be all they like us for.
Barnegat Ray November 08, 2012 at 04:58 AM
Go to Facebook and friend this page...lots of Ortley Pics https://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmn#!/stormy.sandy
Karen 6th Ave November 10, 2012 at 01:38 AM
Aren't there any lawyers that own homes in Ortley that want to represent the homeowners of Ortley Vs. Toms River???
carol boyle November 10, 2012 at 04:41 PM
my heart goes out to all the people in ortley, i only hope toms river could due better for you all and allow more then just 2 pieces of luggage. i have a son and his family who had a full time residence over there and they have heard nothing yet, its a nerve biting waiting game. they are a family of 4 and how can you put all your personal belonging in one hour in two suitcases, shame on you the MAYOR & TOMS RIVER for doing this to them
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