NOTICE: The Borough is requesting that all residents post their house numbers on their property so that they are visible whether they have a home on the property or not. In addition, all oceanfront homeowners who are located within the steel project should post their block and lot numbers on the ocean side of the property so that the contractor can provide updates on the website as to the progress of the project.
Attached please find a fact sheet from FEMA regarding the Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act.
The New Jersey Clean Energy Program offers rebates and discounts to those affected by Sandy. This includes rebates towards the purchase of new major appliances. More information can be found here.
MANTOLOKING ORDINANCE 3-1.3 (NOISES PROHIBITED)
As per this ordinance:
During the period from June 15th to September 15th, no commercial construction activity, of any nature whatsoever shall be permitted on Saturday. Commercial landscape maintenance activity shall be permitted until 12:00 noon on Saturday, upon the condition that vehicle and equipment associated with the activity shall not be parked upon public roads.
DUNE DECK REGULATIONS – R322.3.3 of the Uniform Construction Code
The State Department of Community Affairs (DCA) recently confirmed R322.3.3 of the Uniform Construction Code that states:
Buildings and structures erected in coastal high-hazard areas shall be supported
on pilings or columns and shall be adequately anchored to such pilings or columns.
A DCA spokesperson told the Construction Office that this means that all dune platforms on the ocean are considered structures and, if in a V zone, must be on pilings.
Your engineer or architect can guide you if you are planning to build a dune platform or dune deck as a permit is required.