Two of the Stop FEMA Now rallies slated for around the country will be held in Ocean County on Saturday.
The first begins at noon at Toms River High School North, at 1245 Old Freehold Road in Toms River.
The second begins at 2 p.m. at the Berkeley Restaurant and Seafood at 24th and Central avenues in South Seaside Park in Berkeley Township.
The events will focus on the latest information about the Federal
Emergency Management Agency's controversial flood zone maps, building
elevation requirements and insurance premium increases, according to the group's website.
Stop FEMA Now was created to inform shore property owners of the hardships they face from FEMA's base flood elevations and to spur Congress to amend the 2012 Biggert-Waters Act that empowers FEMA, Stop FEMA Now founder George Kasimos has said.