A Toms River towing company under legal and public scrutiny over charges of price gouging has admitted charging too much to remove cars from Seaside Heights following Superstorm Sandy and is offering refunds.
After getting an up-close look at areas that are still unlivable from Superstorm Sandy, President Barack Obama is vowing to stick with residents of damaged New York neighborhoods "until the rebuilding is complete."
An copy of an invoice from a Seaside Heights residents whose car was towed off his private property shows some of the charges being made by APK Towing of Toms River which have come under fire from a number of sides.
While most Jersey Central Power and Light customers in Ocean and Monmouth Counties have been restored to full power, there is a section of Brick Township that remains in the dark today. It was an area that has hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy.
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