according to the Star-Ledger.Demolition and cleanup of the charred remains of dozens of boardwalk businesses in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights is set to begin this week, after the two boroughs hired a contractor to complete the work,
The towns selected Eagle Paving Corp., a South Toms River company owned by the boardwalk business owner, for the job, at a price tag of about $4.7 million, according to the Star-Ledger.
Every day, in Seaside Heights and Park, it's just yet another day of hard work.
Three weeks after a fire left nearly of third of the towns' boardwalk businesses in ruins, Seaside Heights and Park are still busy putting the pieces back together.
A few of the visitors were wearing swim trunk on this October day and wading in the water last week. Others were wearing jeans and hardhats, working their way through the scorched timber.
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