Why Monmouth County is losing population as Ocean climbs
"It's been the destination of a lot of retirees because of affordability and developers building a number of retirement communities," Hughes said. He said for many years land in Ocean County has been cheaper than Monmouth, in part because Monmouth is closer to New York City and the job growth zone along Route 287.
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