So long Hurricane Sandy, welcome to summer. Toms River officials announced this week that its entire beachfront will be open for business this year 18 months after Hurricane Sandy caused devestation in that community. The mayor of Toms River told the Star Ledger that all of the repairs on the Toms River beachfront have been made and the community is looking forward to a very busy summer season.
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