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 Belmar asks state to                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wall says cops not
assume Bar A hearing                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            being intimidated
Petition seeks to remove Lake Como                                                                                                                                                                                                                         By Matt O’Brien
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            W A L L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  supervisor was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “The committee of calling certain
council from license renewal process                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOWNSHIP —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          According to the         the town should                officers in and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a t t o r n e y take the appropriate asking them to drop
 By Ryan Greene                                                      said this week.                                                                                                                                                                      representing almost                                     out of the lawsuit.
    & Kara Lott                                                         According to                                                                                                                                                                      60 police officers      steps to stop this.                “The committee
   BELMAR — In                Lake Como                              Mayor Pringle, Bar                                                                                                                                                                   who are suing the       They are trying to of the town should
a move which Lake                                                    Anticipation owner                                                                                                                                                                   town for installing
Como         Mayor         Mayor Lawrence                            Reggie Hyde has                                                                                                                                                                      a hidden camera in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  intimidate them.” take the appropriate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  steps to stop this,”
L a w r e n c e                                                      donated heavily to
Chiaravallo has            Chiaravallo says                          the borough of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the patrolmens’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          locker-room several
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         — Robert Woodruff Mr. Woodruff said.
c a l l e d                                                          Lake Como, which                                                                                                                                                                                                Attorney Representing “They are trying to
“harassment,” the          Belmar’s petition                         calls into question
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          months ago, a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          superior officer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Wall Police Officers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  intimidate them.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Woodruff
Borough of Belmar                                                    the impartiality of
last           week        is “harassment”                           the        borough
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          used “intimidation”                                     said
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tactics last week in an attempt to questioning sessions were held last

petitioned the state                                                 council regarding                                                                                                                                                                    influence some of the officers to Thursday, and the questions were
to disqualify the                                                    annual      license                                                                                                                                                                  drop the complaint.                   designed to illustrate how the lawsuit
mayor and council of Lake Como                    renewal proceedings with the bar.                                                                                                                                                                         Township Attorney Roger J. could affect Police Chief Roy Hall’s
from serving as the local Alcoholic                  He said the state ABC’s ruling                                                                                                                                                                       McLaughlin said the claim was personal life and possessions. Mr.
Beverage Control [ABC] board on                   will determine, once and for all,                                                                                                                                                                       baseless, adding that a letter he Woodruff said he was told the
matters regarding Bar Anticipation,               whether or not Mr. Hyde’s                                                                                                                                                                               received from the officers’ attorney superior officer told the officers
which is located on 16th Avenue in                contributions to Lake Como create a                                                                                                                                                                     regarding the matter did not identify involved in the lawsuit that the chief
Lake Como.                                        conflict for the mayor and council                                                                                                                                                                      any specific attempt by the could lose his house and personal
   The petition, which was filed Aug.             there to act as the local ABC board                                                                                                                                                                     supervisor to intimidate any officer possessions if the officers win the
3 with the state Division of                      and rule on his liquor license.                                                                                                                                                                         or take any action that could be lawsuit.
Alcoholic Beverage Control by                        “I would think the mayor [of Lake                                                                                                                                                                    viewed as retaliatory.                   However, Mr. McLaughlin
Belmar Borough Attorney Karl
Kemm, cites a conflict of interest
                                                  Como] would be pleased to have that
                                                  issue resolved,” Mayor Pringle said.
                                                                                                                                                      Ready, Aim ...                                                                                        Robert Woodruff, a Morristown- pointed out that Chief Hall and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          based attorney who was hired by the superior officers named in the
created by donations or gifts from                   Louise Mekosh, Lake Como                                                                                                                                 LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star               Wall Policeman’s Benevolent complaint are not in danger of losing
Bar Anticipation to the Borough of                administrator and chief financial                                   Six-year-old Anthony D’Andrea of Sea Girt [above] took his best shot — and                                                          Association to represent them after
Lake Como.                                        officer [CFO], confirmed this week                                was successful — at a dunk tank last Sunday as part of the Sea Girt 5K race                                                           the hidden camera was discovered, See INTIMIDATED, PAGE 34
   “The residents of our community                that Mr. Hyde has made numerous                                   festivities.
who have to deal with the problems                donations to the borough. According
that stem from Bar Anticipation have              to Ms. Mekosh, he donated a sound
a right to know that the decisions                system for the recently constructed

                                                                                                                          Shark River dredging plans introduced
made by the [Lake Como] mayor                     municipal building at 1740 Main St.,
and council are not being influenced              which was worth $9,666; Mr. Hyde
by contributions made to that
community by the owner of the bar,”                         See BAR A, PAGE 36
Belmar Mayor Kenneth E. Pringle
                                                                                                                                     By Matt O’Brien                                          opposed such plans to de-water dredged materials
                                                                                                                      NEPTUNE — Plans were unveiled for                                       at the site.
                                                                                                                   dredging the Shark River Bay channels and having                              The group’s chief concern was that if the
                                                                                                                   the riverbed material dried in Wall Township and                           dredged materials were polluted and contaminated
                                                                                                                   eventually placed at a closed landfill here, officials                     the wetlands grounds, the township would be
                                                                                                                   said at a press conference on Monday.                                      liable for environmental remediation costs.
                                                                                                                      A comprehensive draft of the dredged material                              However, last week Mr. Rospos said the site
                                                                                                                   management plan included site alternatives, but                            would be leased from Wall Township officials,
                                                                                                                   after some review, officials decided the two                               who own the land, to the state Department of
                                                                                                                   chosen areas were the best options.                                        Environmental Protection [DEP].
                                                                                                                      A concerted effort among the mayors of the five                            If contaminants were found to have polluted the
                                                                                                                   municipalities bordering Shark River, which make                           grounds, then the DEP would pay to have the
                                                                                                                   up the Shark River Bay Environmental Planning                              problem cleaned up, he said during an interview
                                                                                                                   Committee [SRBEPC], said they want to move on                              last week.
                                                                                                                   the plan in light of future development in the area                           Wall officials have said dredging the Shark
                                                                                                                   and to save the river from disappearing.                                   River Bay would benefit residents who live near
                                                                                                                      The de-watering facility for the dredge spoils                          the body of water in terms of recreational use and
                                                                                                                   has been proposed to be built at a wetlands site                           access.
                                                                                                                   near Camp Evans in Wall Township, Birdsall                                    Several residential homes exist off of Marconi
                                                                                                                   Engineer Tom Rospos told reporters at Sunsets                              Road near the river. Those residents feasibly could
                                                                  LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star                    Restaurant, here, with the Shark River north                               build boat slips that would enable them to access                                                                                  LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
  Patrons [above] lined up to enter Bar Anticipation in Lake Como                                                  channel in the background.                                                 the river, RAB co-chairman Bob McAllan said                                 Neptune Mayor Thomas Catley [above] discussed on
this week. Neighboring Belmar believes the Lake Como Council                                                          Several weeks ago, most members of the Wall                                                                                                       Monday, along with other officials, plans for dredging the
should not have control over the establishment’s liquor license.                                                   Township Restoration Advisory Board [RAB]                                                  See SHARK RIVER, PAGE 31                                  Shark River in the near future.

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                                                                                                                 Wall Township
           Camp Evans to be dedicated
           as war memorial on Saturday
                     By Fred Carl                 be dedicated as a living memorial        on display.
             Just as they did 60 years ago,       rather than a pillar of granite with a      The Marconi Station Hotel will
         members of the community will            plaque. Children will learn science      also be open for visitors. Boarded
         gather together at Camp Evans to         and history at the same place and in     up for six years, the historic build-
         thank those who sacrificed to save       the very same buildings where key        ing is a restoration work in
         democracy by defeating the Axis          World War II science and history         progress. Inside will be displays of
         powers during World War II.              were made.                               World War II era photos and arti-
             On Saturday, Aug. 13 the public,        Monmouth County, Belmar and           facts. The photos depict the contri-
         and especially veterans, are invited     Wall Township have passed resolu-        butions to the World War II victory
         to dedicate Camp Evans as a World        tions designating Camp Evans as          by the Signal Corps, with many
         War II living memorial. The open         the World War II Living Memorial.        photos from Camp Evans and Fort
         house will run from 10 a.m. until 3      Freeholder Ted Narozanick, a dec-        Monmouth.
         p.m. The dedication will begin at        orated combat veteran, will repre-          The open house is sponsored by
         11 a.m. Please bring a lawn chair.       sent Monmouth County at the ded-         Infoage, the volunteer group who
             Camp Evans played a major role       ication.                                 have established a Science-History
         in the World War II victory, so it is       Thousands of people worked at         Center at Camp Evans. Infoage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Photo courtesy of Fred Carl
         fitting that this special place should   Camp Evans during the war and            members as well as members of
                                                                                                                                     The VJ ceremony [above] at Camp Evans was held behind building 9020 to celebrate the World
                                                  thousands more worked in the             Wall Kiwanis, NJARC, NJ
                                                                                                                                   War II victory in 1945. The speaker was Col. Jack DeWitt - Commanding officer of Camp Evans at
                                                  defense plants all over New Jersey       Historical Divers Association,
                                                                                                                                   the end of World War II.
                                                  producing the radio and radar com-       Ocean-Monmouth Amateur Radio
                                                  ponents designed at Camp Evans.          Club, New Jersey Natural Gas, the
                                                  The site will be dedicated to these      Boy Scouts and Fort Monmouth
                                                  home-front veterans, as well as          have been working in the July and
                                                  those who took Signal Corps              August heat to prepare the hotel to
                                                  equipment into battle.                   thank veterans for their World War
                                                     During the open house, visitors
                                                  can visit a Marconi Station cottage
                                                  which houses the National
                                                                                           II sacrifices.
                                                                                              An organization new to Infoage,
                                                                                           the Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing
                                                                                                                                     Wall Township Police report
                                                  Broadcasters Hall of Fame collec-        Hobbyists [MARCH] will have
                                                  tion. Members of the New Jersey
                                                  Antique Radio Club [NJARC] have
                                                  wireless equipment from the early
                                                                                           their first display at Camp Evans of
                                                                                           historic computers. Included will
                                                                                           be a part of the first computer,
                                                                                                                                    recent activity in municipality
                                                  days of pre-radio to 1930s radios        ENIAC.                                     The Wall Township Police           court.                                Highway 138 for disorderly con-
                                                                                                                                   Department has reported the fol-         • On Saturday, July 30 Ptl.        duct.
                                                                                                                                   lowing activity:                      Michael       Malone      arrested       • On Sunday, July 31 Sgt.
                                                                                                                                      • On Wednesday, July 27 Ptl.       Manahawkin resident Craig             Robert Brice arrested Freehold
                                                                                                                                   Justin Hudson arrested Highway        Sammartano, 38, at the Neptune        resident William Togneri, 26, on
                                                   Shore Road resident                                                             35 resident Theresa Parker, 30, on
                                                                                                                                   Highway 138/Route 18 for dri-
                                                                                                                                                                         City Police Department for con-
                                                                                                                                                                         tempt of court.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Highway 138 and Route 18 for
                                                                                                                                                                                                               disorderly conduct.
                                                                                                                                   ving while intoxicated.                  • On Saturday, July 30 Ptl.           • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl. Justin
                                                   denied 6-foot fence                                                                • On Wednesday, July 27 Ptl.
                                                                                                                                   Jason Lamb arrested Point
                                                                                                                                                                         Todd      Verrecchia      arrested
                                                                                                                                                                         Manahawkin resident Nicholas
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Hudson arrested Fort Lee resident
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tyson Beckford, 34, on Highway
                                                                                                                                   Pleasant resident John Adams, 39,     Ercolino, 22, on Highway 34 for       138 on a warrant from another
                                                           By Matt O’Brien                 from the street, he said.               at the Neptune Township Police        disorderly conduct.                   agency.
                                                     The Wall Township Board of               Mr. Siblia said the 6-foot fence     Department for contempt of               • On Saturday, July 30 Ptl.           • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl.
                                                  Adjustment recently shot down            would provide better protection         court.                                Jason Lamb arrested Union Beach       Christopher Gallagher arrested
                                                  Shore Drive resident Alfonse             than the current 4-foot fence.             • On Thursday, July 28 Ptl.        resident Rocco Spinelli Jr., 45, on   Asbury Park resident Henry
                                                  Siblia’s request to replace his 4-          Board member James Gray had          Mike Steitz arrested East Windsor     Highway 35 for driving while          Hunter, 41, on Allaire Road for
                                                  foot fence with a new 6-foot ver-        noted the current fence had             resident Martin Hupfl, 20, on         intoxicated.                          contempt of court.
                                                  sion. The vote was 4 - 2.                encroached beyond his property          Highway 34 for contempt of               • On Saturday, July 30 Ptl.           • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl. Mike
                                                     Mr. Siblia has two front yards        line on the Salem Avenue side by        court.                                Michael Malone arrested Belmar        Steitz arrested Howell resident
                                                  because his home is positioned on        a little over one foot.                    • On Thursday, July 28 Ptl.        resident Ezeqeil Gonzales-cruz,       Daniel Feeny, 46, for contempt of
                                                  the corner of Shore Drive and               The current fence also protrud-      Heath Bono arrested Trenton res-      22, on Highway 35 for shoplift-       court.
                                                  Salem Avenue.                            ed from his rear property line by       ident Urbano Concepcion, 58, on       ing.                                     • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl.
                                                     He said the corner is extremely       nearly three feet, he said.
                                                                                                                                   Allaire Road for driving while           • On Sunday, July 31 Jason         Christopher Gallagher arrested
                                                  busy with motor vehicle traffic at          Mr. Siblia agreed to push back
                                                                                                                                   intoxicated.                          Costantini arrested Jackson resi-     Point      Pleasant       resident
                                                  all times of the day.                    his new 6 foot fence by three feet
                                                                                                                                      • On Thursday, July 28 Ptl.        dent Jeramie Nedza, 24, on            Christopher Prall, 25, on Allaire
                                                     “My family and I feel like we         if the board approved the applica-
                                                                                                                                   Todd Verrecchia arrested Spring       Allaire Road for contempt of          Road for contempt of court.
                                                  are in the public light,” Mr. Siblia     tion.
                                                                                                                                   Lake resident Julia Camerano, 66,     court.                                   • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl.
                                                  said in reference to the frequency          However, board members shot
                                                                                                                                   on Highway 35 for shoplifting.           • On Sunday, July 31 Ptl. Jason    Emmett Idzahl arrested Hawley,
                                                  of drivers that look into his yard as    down the application because the
                                                                                                                                      • On Friday, July 29 Ptl. Steven   Costantini arrested K Street resi-    Pa. resident Juan Varvarigos, 26,
                                                  they drive by. “My wife feels very       fence’s height did not conform
                                                                                                                                   Nash arrested Bradley Beach res-      dent Dana Hogrefe, 30, at the         on Highway 34 for disorderly
                                                  uncomfortable in the yard with the       with the neighborhood standard.
                                                                                                                                   ident Ariana Mezzapella, 20, on       Lake Como Police Department           conduct.
                                                  kids.”                                      Board members also said if Mr.
                                                                                                                                   Highway 138 for contempt of           for contempt of court.                   • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl. Jason
                                                     The 6-foot fence he was               Siblia wanted to prevent drivers
                                                                                                                                   court.                                   • On Sunday, July 31 Ptl. Jason    Costantini arrested Staten Island,
                                                  proposing to build on the yard fac-      from looking into his yard and
                                                                                                                                      • On Friday, July 29 Ptl. Ed       Costantini arrested Allentown,        N.Y. resident Thomas Zaino, 24,
                                                  ing Salem Avenue would provide           from people jumping onto his
                                                                                                                                   Lister arrested Belmar resident       Pa. resident Anthony Shafer, 31,      on Highway 34 for disorderly
                                                  a barrier from nosy drivers or           property he could have planted
                                                                                                                                   Michael McClellan, 44, on             on Highways 33 and 34 for con-        conduct.
                                                  from the possibility of people           shrubbery and trees around his
                                                                                                                                   Hilltop Drive for disorderly con-     tempt of court.                          • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl. Justin
                                                  wanting to enter onto his property       current fence.
                                                                                                                                   duct.                                    • On Sunday, July 31 Ptl. Mike     Hudson arrested Sea Girt Avenue
                                                                                                                                      • On Friday, July 29 Ptl. Todd     Steitz arrested Overbrook Drive       resident Kevin Flores, 19, on
                                                                                                                                   Verrecchia arrested Neptune resi-     resident John Ganning, 45, at the     Church Street for possession of
                                                                                                                                   dent Darrius Seward, 23, on           Wall       Township          Police   cocaine and morphine.
                                                                                                                                   Highway 138 for simple assault.       Department for contempt of               • On Monday, Aug. 1 Ptl. Paul
                                                                                                                                      • On Saturday, July 30 Ptl.        court.                                Mabin arrested Ramshorn Drive
                                                                                                                                   Serge Ridoux arrested Lakewood           • On Sunday, July 31 Ptl. Todd     resident Carmine Venezia, 66, on
                                                                                                                                   resident Sheretta Lomack, 22, on      Verrecchia arrested Freehold resi-    Ramshorn Drive for simple
                                                                                                                                   Allaire Road for contempt of          dent Justin Desposito, 26, on         assault.
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                                                                           Wall Township
                 Casting & Molding Circa 1800s                                                                  Drunk driver causes
                                                                                                                 three-car accident
                                                                                                                        By Matt O’Brien                   When Ms. Combs pulled over
                                                                                                                   Around 12:30 p.m. on                to the side of the road she left her
                                                                                                                Monday, a 45-year-old male dri-        car to assist the other two female
                                                                                                                ving a pickup truck westbound          drivers.
                                                                                                                on Atlantic Avenue swerved into           “They didn’t appear injured
                                                                                                                the road’s guide rail and              but they were very upset,” she
                                                                                                                slammed into a fire hydrant that       said of the two shaken women.
                                                                                                                sent the vehicle vertical in the air      Steam was rising from the two
                                                                                                                and resulting in a three-car acci-     damaged cars as a result of of the
                                                                                                                dent.                                  collision, Ms. Combs said.
                                                                                                                   The driver of the airborne             Wall Township Police Ptl.
                                                                                                                Chevy 150 pickup truck, Carlos         Chad Clark arrived on the scene
                                                                                                                Morales, of Bayonne, was arrest-       roughly 90 seconds after the
                                                                                                                ed for attempting to flee the          accident occurred, Ms. Combs
                                                                                                                scene, driving while intoxicated,      said.
                                                                                                                unlawful possession of a weapon           “As he approached to ask what
                                                                                                                [bat] and was charged with seven       happened [Mr. Morales] got back
                                                                                                                other     violations,    a     Wall    into his truck and seemed to try
                                                                                                                Township Police press release          to flee,” she said. “The guy tried
                                                                                                                states.                                to get in the car and the officer
                                                                               LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star       One eyewitness who was near-        said, ‘Sir turn off your engine
    On Sunday, Don Nesslage [above, left] and Evan Hughes demonstrated 19th century casting                     ly hit by one of the cars said it      and get out of your car.’”
  and molding techniques at The Historic Village at Allaire.
                                                                                                                was the “most phenomenal” car             The Chevy pickup truck was
                                                                                                                accident she has ever seen.            positioned over the fire hydrant,
                                                                                                                   The accident occurred near the      which was shooting water up

    Two Wall teens earn                                                                                         South Wall Little League Field
                                                                                                                and the damage done to the fire
                                                                                                                hydrant caused minor flooding.
                                                                                                                                                       into the truck.
                                                                                                                                                          Ptl. Clark then physically
                                                                                                                                                       removed Mr. Morales from the

   Eagle Scout recognition
                                                                                                                   “It went vertical like a surf       vehicle, police officials said.
                                                                                                                board popping out of a wave,”             Police Sgt. Walter Pomphrey
                                                                                                                Wall resident Janet Combs said         said on Tuesday that Mr. Morales
                                                                                                                of Mr. Morales truck after its         never brandished the bat he was
   Boy Scouts of America, Troop       required for completing this           Mr. Enwistle also co-founded       impact with the fire hydrant. She      charged with having as a weapon
82, of Allenwood, has announced       process of earning the Eagle        Venture Crew 82, which is a high      was only feet away in her SUV in       and never threatened to use it.
a Troop Court of Honor and the        Award, today out of 5 million       adventure faction of Boy Scouts.      the eastbound lane of Atlantic         However, because of his actions,
Eagle Recognition Ceremony for        boys in the scouting movement,         Mr. Enwistle is a 2005 gradu-      Avenue when the accident hap-          including resisting arrest, offi-
Matt Grogan and Mark Enwistle                                                                                   pened. “As he came down on his         cials slapped him with the
                                      less than 4 percent will ever       ate of Wall High School. He was
                                                                                                                tailgate he smashed into the car       unlawful possession charge.
on Sunday, Aug. 14 at 2 p.m. at       achieve the goal of Eagle Scout.    a member of the football team
                                                                                                                traveling behind him.”                    Mr. Morales was charged with
the South Wall Fire and Rescue           Mr. Grogan, of Wall, celebrat-   for two years and was involved in
                                                                                                                   While driving her two children      two acts of assault by auto,
No. 1, Atlantic Avenue.               ed his 18th birthday in February    many community activities.
                                                                                                                to the Silton Swim School in her       resisting arrest, eluding, disor-
   Troop 82 is chartered by the       a short time after completing his      During the summer of 2004 he
                                                                                                                Isuzu Ascender, Ms. Combs              derly conduct, unlawful posses-
South Wall Fire & Rescue              Eagle Project [building a picnic    was invited to attend the National
                                                                                                                noticed the truck in the other         sion of a weapon, driving while
Company No. 1 and is led by           table and Filet Station at Brice    Student Leadership Conference
                                                                                                                lane began to swerve into the          intoxicated, reckless driving,
Scoutmaster Susan Renshaw.            Park]. Mr. Grogan began his         at American University in
                                                                                                                guard railing. She immediately         failure to maintain lane, leaving
   This ceremony is traditionally     scouting career in first grade      Washington, DC, studying poli-
                                                                                                                swerved her vehicle into the right     the scene of an accident and fail-
held twice a year.                    with the cub scouts of              cies and politics and received
                                                                                                                lane to put as much distance as        ing to report a motor vehicle
   The Court of Honor is divided      Allenwood Pack 82. He received      special recognition by his peers.     possible between her and Mr.           accident.
into two distinct ceremonies. The     his Arrow of Light with Pack 82     Mr. Enwistle is a communicant         Morales, she said.                        His bail was set at $24,000 and
first honors all troop members        before bridging to Boy Scout        of St. Mark's Roman Catholic in          According to the police, a car      he was taken to the Monmouth
who have achieved rank                Troop 82. While moving through      Sea Girt.                             being driven by Toms River resi-       County Correctional Institution,
advancements or other honors          the troop ranks, Mr. Grogan            He will be attending Ithaca        dent Angela Fisher, 31, was            Freehold, late Monday.
since the last Court of Honor.        attended several summer camps       College in Ithaca, N.Y. this fall.    behind Mr. Morales when he
The second is a special Eagle         at Forestburg Scout Reservation                                           struck the fire hydrant. Ms.
Recognition Ceremony for the          as well as winter camping.                                                Fisher swerved into the east-
Scout who has achieved the ulti-         In 2002, he traveled to                                                bound lane to avoid impact with
mate in his scouting career, the
Eagle Scout Rank.
                                      Philmont Scout Reservation,
                                      N.M. During his years with
                                                                          Mack truck hit                        the truck and instead hit another
                                                                                                                car head-on.
   The Eagle is the highest rank
that Scouting offers. It is earned
                                      Troop 82 he held several leader-
                                      ship roles as he served as a den
                                                                          while stopped                            That car was driven by
                                                                                                                Farmingdale       resident     Sara
through the strict advancement        chief, patrol leader, assistant     at traffic light                      Voorhees, 22.
program where the Scout has dis-      senior patrol leader and troop                                               Ms. Voorhees was driving
tinguished himself through his        instructor. Mr. Grogan graduated       On Friday, July 29 at 7:16 a.m.,
                                                                                                                right behind Ms. Combs when
continued, active service in          from Wall High School in June       Wall Township officers responded
                                                                                                                she was hit.
Scouting. He is trained and prac-     2005 where he participated in       to the Route 34 south, Wyckoff
ticed in his leadership abilities.    National Honor Society, National    Road intersection for a rear-end
                                                                          type crash involving a passenger
He stands out by character
gained through an understanding
                                      Art Honor Society, Literary
                                      Club, Band, Varsity Swimming
                                                                          vehicle and a dump truck.              Wall student
                                                                             Matthew Farrell, 51, Brick
of his citizenship and religious      [Capt. senior year], and Varsity
                                                                          Township, was operating a 1994        wins Coca-Cola
beliefs.                              Ice Hockey. He was an active
   The Scouts, Leaders and            member of St. Mark's Youth
                                                                          Oldsmobile Cutlass when he
                                                                          apparently fell asleep and rear-
Members of the Committee of           Group and will continue his edu-
                                                                          ended a 1998 Mack dump truck             Wall resident and current
Boy Scout Troop 82 announced          cation at College of The Holy
                                                                          being operated by Vincent Abbati,     Brookdale Community College
that Matt and Mark, of                Cross in Worcester, Mass.           46, Parlin. Investigation at the
Allenwood, have completed all            Mr. Enwistle, of Wall, turned                                          student James Rodriguez was
                                                                          scene revealed that Mr. Abbati        recently named as a recipient of a
requirements and have been            18 in March after finishing his     was stopped in traffic at a traffic
examined by an Eagle Board of         Eagle Project, which he did at                                            Coca-Cola Scholarship.
                                                                          signal when he was struck. Wall          A former graduate of Wall
Review and have been found            Brice Park in Allenwood, [he        EMS, Wall First Aid and
worthy of the rank of Eagle           built a picnic table, benches, a                                          High School, Mr. Rodriguez is
                                                                          MONOC took both drivers to            also involved in Phi Theta Kappa,
Scout.                                bicycle rack and a grill].          Jersey Shore University Medical
   Since the first American Eagle        He received his Arrow of                                               a national honor society, serves as
                                                                          Center, Neptune.                      Vice President of Service and
was awarded to Scout Arthur           Light with Pack 82 of Allenwood        Mr. Abbati suffered non-threat-
Eldred in 1912, the requirement       before crossing over to Troop 82.                                         contributes an extensive number
                                                                          ening head and neck injuries          of hours of community volunteer
of 21 total merit badges has held     Mr. Enwistle attended summer        while Mr. Farrell sustained sever-    work while attending college and
true for all Eagle candidates. Out    and winter camp at Forestburg       al injuries including two broken      working full time.
of the 21 badges, 12 are specifi-     Scout Reservation for several       arms. Traffic on the Route 33 and        His work with the John L.
cally required for Eagle rank.        years. During the summer of         Route 34 corridors was backed up      Montgomery Nursing Home, the
The merit badges may have             2002 he traveled to Philmont        for several miles. Route 34 south     American Red Cross Blood Drive
evolved over the years to better      Scout Reservation, N.M. While a     was closed for approximately one      and       Tennis      Tournament,
serve the Scout, yet the require-     member of Troop 82 he held sev-     hour. The state DOT also              Brookdale’s Children’s Learning
ments of service; leadership and      eral positions: Den Chief, Asst.    responded to assist, as did mem-      Center       and      Brookdale’s
citizenship have remained at the      Patrol Leader, Patrol Leader,       bers of the Glendola Fire             Recruitment Services each helped
core of this award. As an illustra-   Troop Quartermaster and Asst.       Company. Mr. Farrell was issued       him to achieve this highly com-
tion of the impressive character      Scoutmaster.                        a summons for careless driving.       petitive national scholarship.

                                                                           Wall Township

                 Ramshorn residents make requests to DOT
                          By Matt O’Brien              the streets and people’s drive-       like to have the state install sig-   to access the Garden State
                    After Wall Township residents      ways. Motorists would then            nage along Highway 70 to direct-      Parkway and Highway 195, Mr.
                 living along Ramshorn Drive           make a left onto Route 70 west        ing motorists traveling from          Ross said.
                 expressed their dissatisfaction       from Riverview Drive, Brielle         Ocean County to the jughandle at        He said people would have to
                 with the state Department of          Borough Administrator Thomas          the Morningstar Road and              be “foolish” to travel down
                 Transportation [DOT] not hold-        Nolan said several weeks ago.         Highway 70.                           Ramshorn Drive rather than use
                 ing a public meeting over the            After the Brielle Police              Mr. Ross said he and other res-    the quicker Route 70 and
                 construction      of   the    new     Department amassed evidence           idents also requested the DOT         Highway 34 intersection.
                 Riverview Drive and Route 70          that illustrated hundreds of vehi-    install a delayed light at the          Residents also said they would
                 jughandle, one was finally            cles were making the illegal U-       Route 70 and Highway 34 inter-        want Ramshorn Drive’s speed
                 arranged and held on Monday           turns on the road, officials          section.                              limit reduced to deter Garden
                 night at the municipal complex.       pressed the DOT to construct the         Presently, motorists traveling     State Parkway- and Route 195-
                    There, scores of residents,        jughandle, he said.                   on Route 70 heading for the           bound motorists from using the
                 mostly from Ramshorn Drive,              During the Route 70 widening       Garden State Parkway and              road.
                 asked DOT officials to stop con-      project two years ago, a median       Route 195 have to use a jughan-         Mr. Ross said there was con-
                 struction of the jughandle            was installed to prevent drivers      dle to continue west on Route 34,     cern about the amount of traffic
                 because it would mean increased       from making a left onto               he said.                              on the road because of the 42
                 traffic on their road.                Ramshorn from Route 70.                  If the DOT were install a          “blind” driveways and 27 school
                    However, state officials said         Before the median was built,       delayed light at the intersection     bus stops on the street.
                 the construction of the jughandle     the Wall Police Department con-       of Routes 70 and 34 and con-            Tony Marsala, of the DOT,
                 would continue and would prob-        ducted a traffic survey and found     struct a left-turn only lane there,   said he would take the residents’
                 ably be completed by the end of       thousands of cars traveled down       it would provide a quick alterna-     requests back to Trenton for
                 the week.                             Ramshorn Drive as a way to            tive to heading west on Route 34      review.
                    Ramshorn Drive resident Tom        access the Garden State Parkway
                 Ross, an active opponent the          and Route 195, Wall Township
                 jughandle, said he and other resi-    Administrator Joseph Verruni
                 dents made numerous requests to       said several weeks ago.
                 mitigate any increase in traffic.
                    The DOT decided to construct
                                                          Mr. Ross has said that medi-
                                                       an’s impact will now be negated
                                                                                             Wall connects new section
                 the jughandle after being lobbied     because of the jughandle.
                 by the Borough of Brielle and
                 some of its residents.
                                                          During Monday night’s meet-
                                                       ing, Mr. Ross said there were          of town to sewer service
                    The borough argued motorists       several options the DOT could
                 coming from Route 70 east             look into to mitigate traffic along           By Matt O’Brien                  The costs for connecting every
                 would turn right onto Riverview       Ramshorn Drive.                          The        Wall      Township      home to the sewer lines exceeds
                 Drive and make illegal U-turns in        He and other residents would       Committee held a public session       the $3,000 collected, Mr. Verruni
                                                                                             last Wednesday to discuss the         said.
                                                                                             ongoing sewer connection pro-            The remainder of the costs
                                                                                             ject that has been ongoing for the    “are built into the sewer fees”
                                                                                             last 30 years.                        that every Wall resident provided
                                                                                                The aim of the project has         with the service must pay for, he

                 Peter Court application                                                     been to connect most of the
                                                                                             homes in town to sewer mains,
                                                                                             officials said.
                                                                                                                                      Wall Township started the pro-
                                                                                                                                   ject in 1975.

                  postponed to Oct. 19
                                                                                                Last Wednesday, only a couple         “There is only one or two
                                                                                             of residents from the Allenwood       more sections of town that we
                                                                                             and Ridgewood roads portion of        will be able to [connect to] sewer
                                                                                             the town, where the current           [mains],” Mr. Verruni said.
                         By Matt O’Brien               existed to allow applicants to        sewer project is being conducted,        In some sections of town, offi-
                    After noticing only five out of    request members from the plan-        came out to voice their concerns.     cials will be unable to provide
                 seven members of the Wall             ning board to transfer to the            The        Wall      Township      sewer service because of their
                 Township Board of Adjustment          board of adjustment over such         Committee members said there is       remote location, lack of connec-
                 would be eligible to vote on his      circumstances.                        a $3,000 cap a single-family res-     tions and other reasons, he said.
                 application, Frank Romano                Mr. Rubino later said he was       idential property owner would
                 decided to carry his request to       not familiar with the clause and      have to pay to have their home
                 build a barn to provide shelter for   would have to look into it.
                 horses and cows to a later date.         The applicants said they want-
                                                                                             hooked up to the sewer system.         Feehery named
                                                                                                Families residing on subdivid-
                    He would need at least five        ed seven members hearing the          able property would have to pay         to dean’s list at
                 “yes” votes from the board to         application to increase their         $3,000 per potential lot to hook
                 have the variance approved, offi-     chances for getting the necessary     up, Township Administrator             Rider University
                 cials said.                           five votes.                           Joseph Verruni said.
                    The nine and one-half acre            “We can’t guarantee you seven                                              Kevin R. Feehery, son of John
                                                                                                Structures in commercial
                 Peter Court property had more         members,” Mr. Rubino said.                                                  and Patricia Feehery, all of Wall
                                                                                             zones would have to pay $9,000
                                                                                                                                   Township, was recently named to
                 than the required space neces-           He went on to suggest that tes-    for the connection fee, he said.
                                                                                                                                   the dean’s list at Rider University,
                 sary to house livestock, but the      timony be taken that night and at        Residents or commercial own-       Lawrenceville.
                 zone in which Mr. Romano lived        a later date other additional         ers would have 10 years to pay          Mr. Feehery is a theatre major
                 had conditions for such uses, his     members could read the tran-          off the fee, Mr. Verruni said.        and has had leads in his college
                 attorney, Tim Middleton, said.        script of the meeting.                   Responding to one resident’s       plays, “Musical Chairs”, “6th
                    In a neighboring R-40 zone,           Mr. Middleton said there was a     inquiry if a septic tank would be     Degree of Separation,” and “The
                 farm owners are allowed to grow       difference between reading a          cheaper, officials said the instal-   Homecoming”.
                 agricultural produce and store        “dead” transcript and actually        lation and maintenance would            Kevin was a 2004 graduate of
                 livestock so long as the land is      hearing testimony from the            cost in excess of $12,000 to          Wall High School.
                 five acres or more, he said.          applicant, neighbors and looking      $14,000.
                    Board Attorney Michael             at pictures.                             Also, according to town law,
                 Rubino said a “D-variance”               “We are ready to go now. We
                 would require at least five yes       have a quorum,” Mr. Rubino
                                                                                             once sewer mains were put into
                                                                                             the ground and readied for ser-
                                                                                                                                    Essay contest
                 votes. A 3 - 3 vote or a 4 - 2 vote
                 would still reject the request, he
                                                       said. “Your client will have to
                                                       waiver the time period or we are
                                                                                             vice, residents would be required
                                                                                             to connect to the pipes, officials
                                                                                                                                   winners named
                 added.                                going through with it.”               said.                                    The        Wall      Township
                    On Wednesday night, only five         Mr. Romano agreed to waiver           The sewer mains that homes         Environmental            Advisory
                 members were present to vote.         the time period in order for the      would be hooking into would run       Committee sponsored the 11th
                 Board Chairman Mike Clayton           board to hear the application on      to the South Monmouth Regional        Annual Essay Awards Ceremony,
                 was out with a back injury and        Oct. 19.                              Sewer Authority, Mr. Verruni          which was held recently at Wall
                 board member Wayne Palmer                Several officials stressed they    said.                                 High School.
                 had a personal conflict with Mr.      could not guarantee seven, or            Local officials have decided to       The ninth grade winners were:
                 Middleton because the attorney        even six, members would be            keep the cap at $3,000 because it     first place, “Environmental
                 represents him in another matter,     available to hear the application     has been thought that it would be     Hazards of Personal Computers”
                 Mr. Rubino said.                      on Oct. 19.                           unfair to charge residents more       by Tim Caradonio; second place,
                    Mr. Middleton explained to                                               money in the next round of con-       “Untitled” by Kelsey Barnickel;
                 the board that a clause in the law                                          nections than the previous, he        and third place, “The Oceans
                                                                                             said.                                 Need Protection” by J.J Egan.
                                                                                                                                   Honorable mention went to
                                                                                                                                   “Farmland Preservation” by
                   Coast To Coast Photo Exhibit At Wall Library                                                                    Lauren DiBara.
                                                                                                                                      The tenth grade winners were:
                                                                                                                                   first place, “The NJ Pine Barrens”
                                                                                                                                   by Maggie Maher; second place,
                                                                                                                                   “Untitled” by Michelle Petrie;
                                                                                                                                   and third place, “Bleeding Black”
                                                                                                                                   by Leah Abrams. Honorable men-
                                                                                                                                   tion went to “Gasoline and Air
                                                                                                                                   Pollution” by Caitlin Goldberg.
                                                                                                                                      Eleventh grade winners were:
                                                                                                                                   first place, “Nuclear Power and
                                                                                                                                   Homo Erectus: The Risks &
                                                                                                                                   Rewards of Nuclear Power” by
                                                                                                                                   Alex Rudinksi; second place,
                                                                                                                                   “Water Resources” by Katie
                                                                                                                                   Verruni; and third place, “Fresh
                                                                                                                                   Water Supply” by Elizabeth
                                                                                                                                   Stebbins. Honorable mention
                                                                                                                                   went to “Farmland Preservation”
                                                                                                                                   by William Marsh.
                                                                                                                                      The twelfth grade winners
                                                                                                                                   were: first place, “Rain forest
                                                                                                                                   Conservation” by Christina
                                                                                                                                   Pasick; second place, “Hazards of
                                                                                                                                   Toxic Chemicals in Water” by
                                                                                                                                   Samantha Maguire; and third
                                                                                                   MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
                                                                                                                                   place, “Ocean Dumping” by Chris
                     Whether it is seascapes, landscapes, flowers or mountains, Ernest Antholis [above], captures                  Comeforo. Honorable mention
                   the splendor of nature in all of his photographs. Mr. Antholis’s “Coast to Coast” photography                   went to “H2 Oh No” by Lauren
                   exhibition will be at the Wall Library from Aug. 3 through Sept. 1.                                             Callaghan.
                                                                                                           THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                   PAGE 5

                                                                                Wall Township
                                          Local officials oppose Ft. Monmouth closure
  Wall Twp.                                     By Matt O’Brien                would have in the area.                 billion with a projected savings of      and office center.
                                          Wall Township Committee                  Mayor Ned Thomson and other         an additional $7 billion a year.            In addition, the McClellan Air
  Community                            members were expected to pass a
                                       resolution during last night’s meet-
                                                                               committee members said last
                                                                               Wednesday that numerous jobs
                                                                                                                          According to Mr. Fund, several
                                                                                                                       base closings in the west have
                                                                                                                                                                Force Base is now a business park
                                                                                                                                                                with tenants ranging from defense
                                       ing that officially opposed the         would be lost in Monmouth County        proved to be a boon to local com-        contractor Northrup Grumman to
   Calendar                            potential closing of Fort Monmouth      if the fort closed.                     munities — if they prepare proper-       medical research and biotechnolo-
                                       in Eatontown.                               Fort Monmouth is a place of         ly for the closures.                     gy firms.
                                          Presently, Fort Monmouth is on       employment for highly skilled              In his report, he pointed to the         Some 75 percent of the lost jobs
                                       the Base Realignment And Closure        workers and, officials from the         Mather Air Force Base in                 at the three facilities have already
 To submit a calendar listing or       [BRAC] commission’s list of mili-       immediate area have said, is where      California when it closed. It has        been replaced, and local officials
Wall Township news story, e-mail       tary installations that face possible   the military has developed technol-     since become a cargo airport, with a     project that McClellan alone could             closure.                                ogy to detect improvised road-side      big presence from FedEx [Federal         employ 35,000 workers when con-
                                          Commission members are visit-        bombs in Iraq.                          Express].                                version of the base is finished, he
      Little League                    ing bases throughout the country            The issue has been hotly debated       Also, the Sacramento Army             reported.
                                       and are reviewing them for possible     by state and local officials since a    Depot has become a warehousing
      Registration                     closure.                                congressional commission has rec-
   The South Wall Little League           Once they have visited all the       ommended the base be reviewed for
will hold registration on              bases and review the operations,        possible closure.
Thursday, Aug. 18 and 25 from 7
to 8 p.m. to the Atlantic Avenue
Field House. The league is open
                                       they will make suggestions to
                                       President George W. Bush regard-
                                       ing which bases should be closed
                                                                                   However, a report by Wall Street
                                                                               Journal columnist John Fund said
                                                                               local officials who claim military
                                                                                                                        BOE hires interim
to anyone between the ages of 7 to
14 and who will have attained age
7 by April 30. Softball registra-
                                       and which ones should remain
                                          During the Wall Committee’s
                                                                               base closings will cause economic
                                                                               disaster for Main Street America
                                                                               are “overblown.”
                                                                                                                       business administrator
tion will also be received.            workshop meeting last Wednesday,            In the May report, Mr. Fund                  By Matt O’Brien                 Prosecutor’s Office after board
Individuals or teams are encour-       officials cited concerns regarding      states that previous base closings         The Wall Township Board of            members learned of the draft audit
aged, however, all-star or travel      the economic impact the closing         have already saved Americans $29        Education officially hired an inter-     reports content in June.
teams will not be permitted.                                                                                           im business administrator during            The prosecutor’s office will be
   The season will begin on Sept.                                                                                      Tuesday night’s meeting. The busi-       reviewing the district’s financial
10 and close on Oct. 29. You may                                                                                       ness administrator post has been         records from 2003-2004.
also register at Sneakers Plus in                                                                                      vacant since July 1.                        Superintendent Habel said the
the K-Mart Plaza in Wall, or
download the registration form
from and
                                       Wall officials discuss                                                             Superintendent Dr. James Habel
                                                                                                                       said the new interim business
                                                                                                                       administrator, Arlene Biefiada, will
                                                                                                                                                                board will try to introduce Ms.
                                                                                                                                                                Biefiada at the Sept. 20 board of
                                                                                                                                                                education meeting.
mail to South Wall Little League,
PO Box 13, Allenwood, 08720.
The fee will be $50 per family,
                                       vacating two roads                                                              begin work in the district on Sept.
                                                                                                                          Ms. Biefiada served as Hudson
                                                                                                                                                                   The board announced Tuesday
                                                                                                                                                                night that Superintendent Habel
                                                                                                                                                                had agreed to resume as acting
shirts and hats provided. Non                                                                                          County        School       Business      business administrator until Ms.
                                               By Matt O’Brien                 Verruni said.
                                                                                                                       Administrator from 1996 to 1998          Biefiada begins work in September.
South Wall Little League mem-             The most easterly portion of            Before officials vacate the por-
                                                                                                                       and then held the same post in
bers and first time players must       Pennsylvania Avenue in Wall             tion of Pennsylvania Avenue that
                                                                                                                       Middlesex County from 1998 to
bring your child’s birth certificate   Township may become vacated             has poor drainage, debris and
to registration.                       once drainage materials are             other materials lingering from the
                                                                                                                          She was board secretary and
   Questions or concerns, please       cleaned up along that paper road,       condition will be cleaned up, he        business administrator for the Little
contact South Wall Little League       the township committee discussed        said.                                   Ferry, Lavallette and Mainland
at 732-223-9024.                       during last Wednesday evening’s            The road would then be equally       Regional        school      districts,
                  ~                    workshop meeting.                       divided between the residential         Superintendent Habel said.
      Bible School                        Second Street in town was also       homes that are positioned on               “She has a personality that will
                                       mentioned as possibly being             either side of the paper road,          fit within the district and business
   Full Gospel Church, 2649 East
                                       vacated by the governing body.          Township Attorney Roger J.              office,” he said.
Hurley Pond Road, Wall, will be
                                          Local officials have discussed       McLaughlin said.                           Superintendent Habel said he
having their annual Vacation
                                       the issue with residents who live          He added the residents who           and the ad hoc committee that inter-
Bible School on Aug. 22 to 26
                                       along or near those paper roads.        lived along the paper road, which       viewed the three candidates for the
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The theme
                                       The residents have said they had        is not paved or used and is actual-     position were impressed with Ms.
for this year is “A Holy Land
                                       no problems with the vacating,          ly a field, had requested the town-     Biefiada’s demeanor and “excel-
                                       Township Administrator Joseph           ship vacate the area.                   lent” references.
   We welcome children ages 4
through 12 and there is no charge                                                                                         He said Ms. Biefiada, of
                                                                                                                       Englishtown, has experience as a
for the program. Please register
early by calling the church office
                                         19th Century Demonstrations At Allaire                                        business administrator in various
                                                                                                                       sized districts. Her accounting
at 732-681-5335
                                                                                                                       background was strong as well,
                                                                                                                       Superintendent Habel said.
   Fall Flea Market                                                                                                       Though Ms. Biefiada is not a
  The Allaire Woman’s Club and                                                                                         certified public accountant, she has
the Knights of Columbus Ladies                                                                                         a degree in accounting and was a
Auxiliary are co-sponsoring a Fall                                                                                     certified business administrator.
Flea Market on Saturday, Sept.                                                                                            School officials and the general
24. Vendors are needed to make                                                                                         public have stressed a new business
the day successful. Clean out your                                                                                     administrator would need a strong
garage, attic or home. Bring table                                                                                     accounting background in light of a
and rent a 6-foot space for $20.                                                                                       recent draft audit report that found
  Contact Peggy Bilella at 732-                                                                                        deficiencies in the district’s busi-
681-8175 or Debbie Bruynell at                                                                                         ness office.
732-774-1006 for a space. The                                                                                             The hiring of a new business
Flea Market will be held from 9                                                                                        administrator has been a hot topic
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Knights of                                                                                       in the weeks since the draft audit
Columbus Building, 203 West                                                                                            report found irregularities within
                                                                                                                       the business office.
Sylvania Ave., Neptune City.
                                                                                                                          School officials have been tight-
                                                                                                                       lipped about the draft audit report's
2006 Entertainment                                                                                                     findings.
      Books                                                                                                               School officials said they were
                                                                                                                       expecting to make the findings of
   The South Wall Fire Company
                                                                                                                       the audit report public sometime in
is again offering the popular                                                        LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
Entertainment Book as a fund               Don Nesslage [above] demonstrated how iron was melted
                                                                                                                          Board Attorney Doug Kovats
raiser. The 2006 edition is in and      and poured into sand molds, left to cool and then produced
                                                                                                                       alerted the Monmouth County
packed with the usual array of buy      items such as pots, pans, tools, utensils and machinery parts.
one get one in local restaurants
and money off offers. There are
also car rental offers, cruise dis-
counts and United Airline dis-
counts, just to mention a few.
                                                                   The Student
This year the books are only $25
making them a real bargain for
giving as well as just for having
                                                                Book Review Corner
and using.                                      “Harry Potter and the                                                 loves magic and enjoys trying to
   To get your copy, or for infor-               Sorcerer’s Stone”                                                    solve a mystery.
mation call 732-449-7369 or visit                 By J.K. Rowling                                                        “Harry Potter and the Sorcer’s
Dietrich Opticians, 134 Main St.,                                                                                     Stone” is a phenomenal book
                                             Reviewed by: Amanda Lutick
Manasquan.                                                                                                            and has adventures, big and
                                             Sixth grade
                  ~                                                                                                   small all over its pages.
                                             Wall Intermediate School
Caregivers Support                                                                                                       I hope you consider reading
                                                                                                                      this book because I’m sure
  A caregivers support group                 Witches and wizards, goblins
                                                                                                                      you’ll love it.
meets at the Allaire Senior Day           and ghouls, you can find all of
Center on the last Monday of each         this at a very crazy school.
month, at 3 p.m. Call Cheryl              Spells and potions, a big sur-
                                                                                                                         [Editor’s note:Any students
Fenwick at 732-974-7666 for               prise, jump right in and you
                                                                                                                      entering the fourth through
more information.                         won’t believe your eyes.
                                                                                                                      eighth grades this fall are
                  ~                          The book that I chose to
                                                                                                                      encouraged to submit reviews of
                                          review is called “Harry Potter
     Arthritis and                        and the Sorcerer’s Stone” writ-           STUDENT REVIEWER                  the books they read this summer.
     Fibromyalgia                                                                     AMANDA LUTICK                   Please include, along with the
                                          ten by J.K. Rowling. This selec-
                                                                                                                      book review, the student’s name,
                                          tion is fiction and consists of       going on at the school and it’s
    Support Group                         309 pages. It is the first book of    up to Harry and his friends to fix
                                                                                                                      age, school, the title and author
   The Arthritis Foundation holds                                                                                     of the book they are reviewing,
                                          a series of six books.                everything.
a support and education group for                                                                                     the type [fiction or non-fiction],
                                             In the beginning of the book,         Read this thrilling adventure
people living with arthritis and                                                                                      and the number of pages.
                                          Harry’s parents die and he is         to find out what is happening.
fibromyalgia on the fourth                                                                                            Reviews should be limited to one
                                          sent to live with his Aunt               The plot in this book is outra-
Thursday of every month, at Wall                                                                                      typed page, double-spaced.
                                          Petunia, Uncle Vernon and their       geous, magical and very fright-
Township Library, 2700 Allaire                                                                                        Please include an opinion or
                                          son, Dudley. When Harry turns         ening.
Road.                                                                                                                 recommendation at the end.
                                          11, he finds out that he is a            The part of the story I liked
   Their next meeting will be July                                                                                    Mail submissions to The Coast
                                          famous wizard.                        the most was the ending, when
28, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. For                                                                                      Star,    13     Broad      Street,
                                             Harry is sent to a school to       Harry defeated Voldemont.
more information call the                                                                                             Manasquan, 08736, attn:
                                          learn how to fly on broomsticks          All the facts really add up at
Arthritis Foundation at 888-467-                                                                                      Student Book Review; fax them
                                          and do spells.                        the end. I would highly recom-
3112 or Linda at 732-449-2734.                                                                                        to 732-223-8212 or e-mail
                                             Strange things have been           mend this book to someone who
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                                                                                     Wall Township
          McClellan strives to
         join Eagle Scout ranks
                  By Matt O’Brien                 After holding discussions and
            In the pursuit of ascending to     completing the renderings, he
         the rank of Eagle Scout, 17-year-     solicited help from family,
         old Drew McClellan took on the        friends and fellow Scouts, he
         task of building a much-needed        said.
         bridge at Brice Park to provide          Mr. McClellan said he had to
         visitors access from the parking      fill the role of project supervisor
         lot to the softball field and play-   and oversee the work of 13 to 15
         ground.                               people who invested roughly 120
            The 30-foot-long, four- and        combined hours of sweat and toil
         one-half-foot wide and two-foot       into constructing the bridge this
         tall footbridge project will be       past weekend.
         reviewed by a panel of Scout             He also provided some elbow
         leaders that will determine if Mr.    grease while building the bridge,
         McClellan will earn his Eagle         but his role of supervisor was
         Scout stripes for the project, he     required to demonstrate to Scout
         said.                                 leaders that he had the ability to                                                                                           MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star

            The panel will also look at his    lead others.                            The new footbridge [above] found at Brice Park was constructed by Eagle Scout candidate Drew
         track record of involvement with                                            McClellan, who was assisted by family, friends and fellow Scouts. The bridge served as his Eagle
                                                  While carrying out plans to
                                                                                     Scout project, which will be reviewed by a panel of Scouts.
         the Scouts, which he has been a       construct the bridge, he said he
         part of since kindergarten in         received support and encourage-
         1993, Mr. McClellan said.             ment from his parents.
            “Drew epitomizes the qualities        Today, out of 5 million boys in
         community leaders should have,”
         said Tom Grasso, Supervisor of
         Special     Projects      for   the
                                               the Scouting movement, less
                                               than 4 percent will ever achieve
                                               the goal of Eagle Scout.
                                                                                     Historic Village at Allaire to host
         Township of Wall. “I am sure he          Mr. McClellan was also
         will do well in college and in his
                                               required to earn 12 specific merit
                                               badges through his Scouting            10th-annual antique auto show
            Mr. McClellan, of Wall, left on    career while service, leadership
         Tuesday to attend Greensboro          and citizenship have remained at         On Sunday, Aug. 21 — with a         Bank of Wall, Kelle Chevrolet of       fishing pond for children.
         College in North Carolina.            the core of this award.               rain date of Aug. 28 — the             Farmingdale and Connelly,                 Spectators will also want to
            “I’ve known Drew and his              He stayed involved with the        Historic Village at Allaire will       Campion & Wright of Belmar,            visit the restored 1830s iron man-
         family since he was a little boy,”    community as a student of Wall        hold its 10th Annual Antique           will go to the vehicles with the       ufacturing community now known
         Mr. Grasso said. “I was happy to      Township High School.                 Rolling Iron Auto Show.                most people’s choice votes.            as The Historic Village at Allaire,
                                                                                        The show is open to all vehicles       The show will take place in         where authentically-clad museum
         see him take on an aggressive            There he served on the
                                                                                     manufactured from 1979 and             Allaire State Park in the parking      interpreters and craft demonstra-
         Eagle Scout project.”                 Students Against Destructive
                                                                                     before. Trophies will go to foreign    lot next to the Pine Creek             tors such as carpenters and black-
            Mr. McClellan began the pro-       Decisions, which helped raise
                                                                                     cars, American cars, custom cars,      Railroad, with a state parking fee     smiths present the story of the vil-
         ject in June by drawing up            money for charity organizations
                                                                                     modified cars, street rods, trucks,    for spectator cars of $5 per car.      lage buildings and the people who
         sketches and discussing it with       through numerous drives and
                                                                                     modified trucks and motorcycles.       Plenty of shade, grass and             lived and worked here 170 years
         Mr. Grasso, who informed him          events, he said.
                                                                                        The first 200 vehicles will         macadam will keep all vehicles         ago. There is a working carpenter
         the park was in need of revital-         Mr. McClellan also played on
                                                                                     receive a dashboard plaque. There      dust-free, and people cool and         shop, tinsmith shop and black-
         ization.                              the school wrestling and football     will be a total of 41 unique tro-      comfortable. Hot dogs, hamburg-        smith shop, and the general store
                                               squads.                               phies. Three special Best of Show      ers, french fries, Italian ices,       [today’s museum and gift shop]
                                                  His experiences as an athlete      trophies sponsored by OceanFirst       sodas, funnel cakes and much           and bakery will be open for shop-
                                               influenced him to study athletic                                             more will be sold at the show.         ping and refreshments.
                                               training at college.                                                            Show vehicle entry fees are $10        There will be no admission
                                                  In the classroom he found that                                            if pre-registered by Aug. 12, and      charge to visit the historic build-
                                               history and English were some of
                                               his favorite subjects and was able
                                                                                     No injuries in                         $15 on the day of the show.            ings on the day of the show.
                                                                                                                            Registration is at 8 a.m. The tro-     Visitors are also encouraged to
                                               to maintain a B average in most
                                               of his classes.
                                                                                     tractor-trailer                        phies will be given out at 3 p.m.
                                                                                                                               The Allaire Village Antique
                                                                                                                                                                   visit the adjacent New Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                   Museum of Transportation’s “Pine
                                                  Whether in the Scouts or in
                                               school, Mr. McClellan said he
                                                                                     vs. pole crash                         Auto Show has become one of the
                                                                                                                            premier shows of the Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                   Creek Rail Road” and take a ride
                                                                                                                                                                   aboard their train.
                                               will always remember the spirit          Wall Township Police officers       Shore, according to John Curtis,          This event is a fund-raiser ben-
                                               that was associated with both         responded to a report of a tractor-    Allaire Village’s executive direc-     efitting the historic and education-
                                               experiences and the life lessons      trailer versus a telephone pole        tor. There were 310 antique auto-      al programs presented by the non-
                                               he learned while there.               accident at the intersection of        mobiles on display at last year’s      profit organization, Allaire Village
                                                  He said he expects to find out     State Highway 34 and West              show and thousands of spectators       Inc.
                                               if he makes the jump to Eagle         Hurley Pond Road on Friday, July       were in attendance to take in this        Historic Village at Allaire is
                                               Scout by the fall or winter.          22 at 11:49 a.m., according to         special event, according to Mr.        located in Allaire State Park on
                                                  Mr. Grasso said, knowing           Wall Township Chief of Police          Curtis.                                Route 524/Atlantic Avenue, in
                                               what type of person Mr.               Roy Hall.                                 This family event offers more       Wall Township, off exit 98 of the
                                               McClellan is, he has an excellent        Investigation on the scene          than just great automobiles. Auto      Garden State Parkway and off exit
                                               chance of earning that rank.          revealed that Paras Catsoulis, 51,     Show spectators are encouraged to      31B of Route 195.
                                                  Because of his bridge project,     of East Brunswick, was exiting         take advantage of all that Allaire        For more information please
                                               both the community and Mr.            onto Highway 34 North from the         State Park and the Historic            contact Historic Village at Allaire
                                               McClellan have benefited, Mr.         Quail Ridge Golf Center when his       Village at Allaire has to offer.       during business hours, Monday
                                                                                     Federal Express truck caught sev-      There are picnic areas and hiking      through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
                                               Grasso said.
                                                                                     eral power lines. As a result, the     trails within the state park as well   at 732-919-3500 or www.allaire-
                                                  Brice Park has been targeted
                                                                                     lines fell on top of Mr. Catsoulis’    as nearby camping facilities and a
                                               by the township public works
                                                                                     truck, entrapping him until power
                                               department for revitalization and
                                                                                     was cut to the area.
                                               this project is just one of several
                                                                                        The driver was not injured.
                                               aimed at improving the park.
                                                                                        Two utility poles were also
                                                  Two other Wall Township
                                               Scouts, Matt Grogan and Mark
                                               Enwistle, recently earned their
                                               ascension to Eagle Scout.
                                                                                     snapped as a result of the acci-
                                                                                     dent, which caused traffic to be
                                                                                     diverted from Highway 34 North
                                                                                                                            Charity softball game to
                                                                                     onto Route 138 West for several
                                                  Mr. Enwistle built a picnic
                                               table, benches, a bicycle rack
                                               and a grill at Brice Park for his
                                                                                        Members of the Monmouth
                                                                                     County HAZMAT Team also
                                                                                                                            benefit March of Dimes
                                               Eagle Scout project, Mr. Grasso       responded to the scene to inspect         On Aug. 24 at Brice Park in         Employee, Maggie Lugo and her
                                               said.                                 a container carrying a hazardous       Wall Township, Horizon Blue            family became March of Dimes
                                                  Mr. Grogan built a picnic table    material. The container was not        Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey        Ambassadors. Ms. Lugo’s son
                                               and filet station at Brice Park for   damaged.                               State Health Benefit Program will      Matthew was born two months
                                               the same reason.                         Members of the Glendola Fire        take on the G106.3 Radioheads in       early and spent 7 weeks in a
                                                  Any other group or Scout           Company and Wall Township              a charity softball game to benefit     Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
                                               interested in a community pro-        First Aid Squad were also at the       the March of Dimes. First pitch is     Several of the lifesaving treat-
                                               ject may contact Mr. Grasso at        scene, and the State Department        at 6 p.m.                              ments he received were developed
                                               732-449-2700.                         of Transportation also responded          There will be fun for the entire    through March of Dimes funding.
                                                                                     and assisted with traffic diversion.   family including refreshments          Matthew is now two-years-old
                                                                                                                            from Applebee’s and Tiny’s Ice         and doing well.
                                                                                                                            Cream, giveaways for the adults           Horizon BCBSNJ will play
                                                                                                                            and kids and face painting.            against the G106.3 Radioheads.
                                                                                                                               Tickets are $5 per person and       G106.3 was a media sponsor of
                                                                                                                            can be purchased by calling the        the March of Dimes WalkAmerica
                                                                                                                            March of Dimes at 609-655-7400         in May and also supported its
                                                                                                                            or            online             at    Signature Chefs Auction of the
                                                                                                                             Jersey Shore in 2004.
                                                                                                                            sey.                                      The March of Dimes, a national
                                                                                                                               Proceeds from the game will         voluntary health agency whose
                                                                                                                            help the March of Dimes fight          mission is to improve the health of
                                                                                                                            premature birth, a common, seri-       babies by preventing birth defects,
                                                                                                                            ous, and costly problem that has       premature birth and infant mortal-
                                                                                                                            increased 29 percent since 1981.       ity. Founded in 1938, the March of
                                                                                                                            Each year nearly half a million        Dimes funds programs of
                                                                                                                            babies are born prematurely.           research, community services,
                                                                                                                            Premature birth is the leading         education, and advocacy to save
                                                                                                                            cause of newborn death. Many           babies and in 2003 launched cam-
                                                                                                                            survivors suffer lifelong conse-       paign to address the increasing
                                                                                                                            quences such as chronic health         rate of premature birth.
                                                                                                                            conditions or developmental dis-          For more information on the
                                                                                                                            abilities.                             March of Dimes people can call
                                                                                                                               Horizon BCBSNJ has, support-        their local chapter at 609-655-
                                                                                                                            ed the March of Dimes for              7400,                         visit
                                                                                                                            approximately 20 years and has or its
                                                                                                                            raised over $275,000 for the orga-     Spanish web site at www.nacer-
                                                                                                                               In 2005, Horizon BCBSNJ
                                                                                                        THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                               PAGE 7

                                                                             Wall Township
    Neuropsychologist Addresses Support Group                                                                      Wall Board members
                                                                                                                  approve garden project
                                                                                                                           By Matt O’Brien               a “two-prong approach” for allevi-
                                                                                                                     The Wall Township Board of          ating the increase in kindergarten
                                                                                                                  Education gave the green light for     student enrollment this year.
                                                                                                                  the Wall Township Environmental           One approach was to get addi-
                                                                                                                  Advisory Committee to use a plot       tional aides into the classrooms
                                                                                                                  of land the school owns for a com-     that were experiencing high num-
                                                                                                                  munity gardening project.              bers to help with certain duties.
                                                                                                                     Board members said the advi-           The second approach called for
                                                                                                                  sory committee wanted to give          the district to re-advertise the
                                                                                                                  people in the township the oppor-      kindergarten enrollment at the
                                                                                                                  tunity to take part in the commu-      West Belmar Elementary School
                                                                                                                  nity garden. Residents would be        because of its lower numbers.
                                                                                                                  allowed to plant and harvest vari-        Children who do not live within
                                                                                                                  ous types of vegetables and other      the West Belmar Elementary
                                                                                                                  agricultural goods.                    School area would have financial
                                                                                                                     The idea first was presented to     assistance given to their parents or
                                                                                                                  the public during its workshop         guardians for transportation costs.
                                                                                                                  meeting last week.                        Parents and the district would
                                                                                                                     Since that time school officials    split the costs evenly.
                                                                                                                  have looked into the lot’s deed to
                                                                                                                  ensure the school could allow the
                                                                                                                  organization to use the land for the
                                                                                                                                                           Check out our
                                                                                                                     The 200-by-200-foot plot of           WEB SITE!
                                                                                                                  land is located off New Bedford
                                                                                                                  Road behind the Wall Historic                 www.
                                                                                                                  Society Building, board members
                                                                                                                     Board Attorney Doug Kovats                   ~
                                                                                                                  said the school should contact its
                                                                                                                  insurance company and inform               News, sports,
                                                                                                                  them of the project in the event the     photos, wedding
                                                                                                                  district would need any additional
                                                                                                                  coverage.                                 & engagement
                                                                                                                     In other news from the meeting:
                                                                                                                     Superintendent Dr. James
                                                                                                                                                            forms & more!
                                                                                                                  Habel said the district was taking

                                                                                  MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
    Dr. Robert Sica, Ph.D., addressed the Monmouth and Ocean County Brain Tumor Support
                                                                                                                  No injuries in
  Group at the Wall Library on Thursday, Aug. 4 regarding available medical treatments for brain
  tumor patients. Dr. Sica is the director of the Neuropsychology Rehabilitation Services at Jersey
                                                                                                                   plane fire at
  Shore University Medical Center, Neptune.
                                                                                                                   Wall airport
                                                                                                                     The Wall Patrol Division

  Board of ed alters language                                                                                     responded to the Monmouth
                                                                                                                  Executive Airport for a reported
                                                                                                                  plane fire at approximately 1:05
                                                                                                                  p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7, accord-

   in substance abuse policy                                                                                      ing to Wall Township Police
                                                                                                                  Chief Roy Hall.
                                                                                                                     An investigation on the scene
        By Matt O’Brien              event that a student was suspect-      suspension, the student or par-       revealed that pilot Heather
   The Wall Township Board of        ed of substance abuse, the dis-        ents still refuse to submit to a      Swicegood, 23, of Verona, was
Education decided to alter some      trict could ask the parents or         drug screening, the student will      taxiing onto Runway 14 when
of the language in its policy for    guardians for permission to per-       be placed on home instruction         smoke and fire was observed from
substance-abuse procedures dur-      form a drug test. The parents          and the school will report the        the right-side landing gear. The
ing Tuesday night’s meeting.         then were given the option of          incident to the local police as       pilot exited the Cirrus SR20 sin-
   One of the first changes in the   having the test performed by           well as the state Division of         gle-engine, fixed-wing aircraft in
policy will be to observe the        their family physician, at their       Youth and Family Services.            a safe manner before the right-
memorandum of agreement              own expense, or by the school’s           Officials also modified the lan-   side landing gear collapsed, caus-
                                                                                                                  ing the right wing to impact with
[MOA] when and if a staff mem-       doctor, at the district’s expense.     guage of the policy to give the
                                                                                                                  the tarmac.
ber, teacher or administrator dis-      Under the terms of the revi-        district the authority to request
                                                                                                                     Damage sustained to the wing
covers a student is under the        sions made this week, the princi-      not only a drug screening but
                                                                                                                  was a punctured fuel tank that
influence, possesses or is selling   pal and/or student’s assistance        also a medical examination.
                                                                                                                  caused a minor fuel leak of two to
a controlled dangerous sub-          counselor will outline the drugs          Mr. Kovats said the changes
                                                                                                                  three gallons of fuel. On-scene
stance, Board Attorney Doug          to be tested for and the types of      were made because of the dis-
                                                                                                                  patrols and airport management
Kovats said.                         testing to be performed, accord-       trict’s recent experience with a
                                                                                                                  utilized extinguishers to suppress
   In May, school and local law      ing to the policy. The policy also     student who was removed from          a small fire until fire personnel
enforcement officials signed the     states that the drug screening         school because of substance-          from Glendola Fire Department
MOA. According to the docu-          will include a urine test, with the    abuse-related problems.               arrived.
ment, “certain clearly defined,      sample provided within two                He said the disciplinary proce-       Runway 14 remained closed
serious incidents and offenses”      hours of the district’s request for    dures revealed the school “did        until approximately 52 gallons of
must be reported to the police       a test.                                not have a charge” against the        fuel could be off-loaded from the
department by school officials.         Also, parents will bear the cost    student.                              plane before its removal.
However, the MOA also states         of the testing, regardless of             The policy changes school             Preliminary       investigation
that the police department “rec-     whether the test is performed by       officials made would address that     revealed the cause to be a brake
ognizes that there are other mat-    their own doctor or by the             gap, board members said.              malfunction on the right side of
ters best left to the educational    school’s physician.                       The discussion of the revisions    the aircraft.
system.”                                According to the revisions, if      to the policy at this week’s meet-       Notifications were sent and
   In the policy, officials struck   either a student or a student’s        ing constitute a first reading of     responses were received from the
out the clause that gave parents     parents/guardians refuses to           the amended policy. A final read-     FAA and NTSB. The Wall
the option of having the school      comply with the district’s request     ing will take place at the board’s    Township OEM, Monmouth
perform a drug test on their child   for a drug test, the student will be   next regular meeting, slated for      County HAZMAT and NJSP
at the district’s expense.           suspended for a maximum of 10          Sept. 20.                             Allenwood Station aided in the
   Before the revision, in the       days. If, after completing the                                               investigation.
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                                                                                           Lake Como

            Board carries application for two new buildings
                  By Ryan Greene               be nonconforming and requires a         agreed, saying absent members           year. Mr. Higgins said these were      two single-family homes on two
            After several false starts and     use variance. Also, having two          could listen to his brief testimony     issues best taken up with Laurett      separate lots, at 1808 and 1810
         hiccups, the Lake Como Planning       principal buildings on the one plot     on tape.                                South’s project engineer.              Briarwood Terrace. Kevin Sozek,
         Board heard a proposal for two        of land also requires a variance.          Mr. Higgins explained that              The board carried the applica-      who presented the application at
         new buildings to be built at the         However, the application hear-       Laurett South plans to build two        tion to its next meeting, on Sept.     the July meeting, was told then
         corner of 18th Avenue and Main        ing hit a few snags at Monday           buildings with commercial spaces        12.                                    that he would have to work out
         Street.                               night’s meeting. When Mr. Unger         on the ground floor and about four         In other news from Monday           suitable parking, which he ful-
            Jack Unger, the attorney repre-    attempted to begin, board member        residential apartments on each          night’s Lake Como Planning             filled Monday by showing plans
         senting Laurett South LLC,            Tyrone Laws recused himself             second floor. There also will be a      Board meeting:                         for a parking strip on each lot.
         attempted to present the compa-       from hearing testimony, as he lives     parking lot with 12 spaces.                • The planning board unani-            The variances were for under-
         ny’s variance and site plan appli-    within 200 feet of the property.           He argued that because the           mously adopted the storm water         sized lots and minor front- and
         cation for the southwest corner of    Fred Tilton, president of the Lake      buildings’ retail-oriented commer-      management plan which had been         side-yard setbacks. The board
         the 18th-and-Main intersection.       Como First Aid Squad, also had to       cial spaces would promote foot          presented at the last meeting as an    approved them unanimously with
            Currently the site of Steve’s      recuse himself, as Board Attorney       traffic and retail business in the      element of the borough’s master        the stipulation that the Sozeks
         Auto Repair & Services, the           Adam Schneider and Mr. Unger            downtown area, Laurett’s plan was       plan.                                  make sure each house has a sepa-
         13,534-square-foot parcel of land,    agreed he would have a conflict of      consistent with the borough’s aim          Dan Swayze of the PMK Group         rate gas line and that neither line
         which covers 701, 703 and 705         interest. The first aid sSquad head-    of “improving Main Street.” He          environmental engineering firm         cuts across the other lot.
         18th Ave., could be the location of   quarters is directly next to the lot    added that the proposed uses            explained the plan to the board in        • Mildred Murtha had an infor-
         two         new,        mixed-use     in question.                            would help the area generate more       July, saying it is an outline for      mal hearing on whether she could
         commercial/residential buildings.        Mr. Schneider warned Mr.             business and promote more foot          dealing with water quantity and        have the bungalow in the rear of
            While commercial uses and res-     Unger that for a use variance           traffic than the auto shop which        quality, as well as groundwater        her property at 603 Redmond Ave.
         idential uses both are conforming     application, he would need a            currently occupies the lot.             renewal. Mr. Swayze said the           renovated.
         uses within that area, combining      supermajority of votes to approve          Board Engineer Chas Holloway         intent of the plan is to promote the      The board was not sure if she
         them into the same building would     the variances and that the board        said he would like to see employ-       goals of storm water management        even had to seek its approval, as
                                               would, without Mr. Tilton and Mr.       ee parking for the first-floor busi-    passed by the New Jersey               the two dwellings on one lot was a
                                               Laws, be down to six voting mem-        nesses addressed. Mr. Tilton,           Department of Environmental            pre-existing variance which she
                                               bers. Mr. Unger said they would         speaking from the floor as presi-       Protection [NJDEP] about 18            would not be expanding. Mr.
                                               wait and see if Chairman Mark           dent of the first aid squad, raised a   months ago.                            Schneider suggested she ask her
                                               Fessler, who was not present at         concern that traffic entering and          Board      Secretary      Viveca    builder to apply for the proper
                                               that time, would come to the            exiting the parking lot, which          Graham said the plan is on file at     building and zoning permits. He
                                               meeting.                                would open onto 18th Avenue,            the municipal building if any          said that if the permits were grant-
                                                  Later, when Chairman Fessler         could provide an obstacle for           members of the public would like       ed, she wouldn’t need any
                                               still did not appear, Mr. Unger         quickly getting their ambulance         to read it.                            approval from the board; if not
                                               asked that the board call around to     into or out of their own parking lot       • The board unanimously             granted, then she would need to
                                               see if any alternate members were       in emergencies. Mr. Laws also           memorialized a resolution granti-      file a formal application.
                                               available, though none eventually       expressed concern that the inter-       ng an 8-inch height variance and          • Anthony Paladino and Daniel
                                               appeared. Mr. Unger also pointed        section of 18th Avenue and Main         minor front- and side-yard setback     Foy had an informal hearing on
                                               out that because his was a use          Street is extremely busy, especial-     variances to Glenn Nebesnak, who       whether they could convert their
                                               variance application, neither the       ly with children during the school      applied to tear down the one-story     garage to a storage space and
                                               mayor nor any borough council                                                   home at 710 20th Ave. and con-         quasi-living space, which the
                                               members who sit on the board                                                    struct a two-story home in its         board approved 7-1.
                                               could hear the application either.         Lake Como                            place.                                    Mr. Paladino and Mr. Foy
                                               This is a rule since the first avenue                                              • The board unanimously             explained that they do not use the
                                               of appeal for a declined use vari-         police report                        approved the application for a         garage to store vehicles, but that
                                               ance application is the borough                                                 minor subdivision with variances       they do keep dogs there and would
                                                                                         recent activity                       to Gregory and Kevin Sozek. The        like to install air-conditioning and
                                                  This      eliminated        Mayor       Ptl. Rolando Ensuar Jr. submit-      Sozek brothers applied for permis-     sheetrock to make the space some-
                                               Lawrence Chiaravallo and board          ted the following report of inci-       sion to convert two rental             what livable. They also said they
                                               member and Councilman George            dents occurring in Lake Como on         dwellings on their single lot into     already had installed a sliding
                                               Giresi, bringing the number of          behalf of Chief Rosman Cash:                                                   door in the side of the garage.
                                               available voting members down to           • On July 31, Angel Santiago,                                                  Mr. Giresi was annoyed that the
                                               four.                                                                                                                  men had begun work without first
                                                  Finally, Mr. Unger agreed to
                                                                                       38, of Asbury Park, was arrested            O’Neill                            getting the proper permits and per-
                                                                                       by Ptl. Anthony Tillman on
                                               wait until the next available meet-
                                               ing to present the application. But
                                                                                       charges of driving while intoxi-         graduates from                        mission from the board, saying
                                                                                                                                                                      they were only speaking to the
                                                                                       cated after a motor vehicle acci-
                                               due to a scheduling conflict, he        dent on the 700 block of 16th            Belmont Abbey                         board because they “got caught.”
                                               asked that the board hear the           Avenue.                                                                        The men did not argue the point
                                               expert testimony of James                  • On July 31, Dana Hogrefe,             Erin Patricia O’Neill, daughter     and Mr. Giresi voted against
                                               Higgins, the planning consultant        30, of West Belmar, was arrested        of Tricia and Jack Brennan and         approving their plan.
                                               for Avon and Ocean. The board           by Officer Phil Bohrman on              Jay O’Neill, all of Lake Como,            • Emil and Josephine Miller’s
                                                                                       charges of disorderly conduct on        recently graduated from Belmont        variance application for 413 17th
                                                                                       the 1600 block of Main Street.          Abbey College, Belmont, N.C.           Ave. was carried until the next
                                                                                          • On July 25, Ptl. Jonathan             Ms. O’Neill received a bache-       meeting because the notice the
                                                                                       McCormack took a report of theft        lor’s degree in history and was an     planning board office sent out to
                                                                                       from a residence on the 700 block       education minor. She was also          neighbors within 200 feet of the
                                                                                       of 19th Avenue.                         named to the dean’s list for the       property gave the wrong address
                                                                                          • On July 23, Robert Mancher,        spring semester.                       for the location of the meeting.
                                                                                       24, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was arrest-         She     was      accepted      by      Mr. Schneider admitted that
                                                                                       ed by Officer Ben Rivera-Estrada        AmeriCorps and will be perform-        while it was “highly unlikely” that
                                                                                       on charges of defiant trespass on       ing her service in Sacramento,         anyone would not have realized
                                                                                       the 700 block of 16th Avenue.           Calif. She will start her service on   the error and known that planning
                                                                                          • On July 22, Ptl. Rolando           Sept. 23 and will continue there       board meetings are held at the
                                                                                       Ensuar took a report of theft of a      for 11 months.                         municipal building, the error was
                                                                                       cell phone on the 1700 block of            Ms. O’Neill is a 2001 graduate      a “technical deficiency” and had
                                                                                       Main Street.                            of Manasquan High School.              to be corrected before the Millers
                                                                                          • On July 20, Sgt. Nicholas                                                 presented their application.
                                                                                       Lakas took a report of criminal
                                                                                       mischief to a vehicle on the 600
                                                                                       block of 17th Avenue.
                                                                                                                                  Lazying On A Sunny Afternoon

                                                                                                                                                                             MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
                                                                                                                                   Pristine weather has helped make Lake Como [above]
                                                                                                                                  more beautiful and scenic than ever.
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                                                                                                               Spring Lake

   Spring Lake Grammar School Class Of ‘59                                                                  Family hopes to collect over one ton of food at carnival
                                                                                                                     By Ryan Greene
                                                                                                               A local high school girl has
                                                                                                            been feeding the hungry in
                                                                                                            Monmouth County since she was
                                                                                                            nine years old — and this is like-
                                                                                                            ly to be her biggest year yet.
                                                                                                               While most kids her age spend
                                                                                                            their summers hanging ten and
                                                                                                            catching rays, Jessica Frasco, 17,
                                                                                                            has been holding small carnivals
                                                                                                            at her home each summer to raise
                                                                                                            money and collect food for the
                                                                                                            needy. Now heading into her
                                                                                                            senior year at Manasquan High
                                                                                                            School, she started the carnival in
                                                                                                            1997, at the ripe old age of nine.
                                                                                                               On Tuesday, Aug. 30, Jessica
                                                                                                            and her family will present their
                                                                                                            ninth carnival, called “Healing
                                                                                                            Hunger,” from 1 to 3 p.m.
                                                                                                            Admission is one bag of food per
                                                                                                            person. Aimed at children from
                                                                                                            pre-school to fifth grade, the car-
                                                                                                            nival will feature small games and
                                                                                                            likely an inflatable, “moonwalk”                                                                                               FILE PHOTO, The Coast Star
    Ten graduates from the Spring Lake Grammar School, now H.W. Mountz School, class of 1959                play area. Children attending            Jessica Frasco [above, right] and her brother, Michael, raised 2,000 tons of food last year for the
  held a mini-reunion and birthday celebration — they all are or will be 60 years old this year —           must be accompanied by an adult.       FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties thanks to the carnival they held at their house. The
  on Saturday, Aug. 6 at the home of Fran Galasetti DeSevo [above, front row, center]. Attending               Soda and snacks will be sold,       Frascos will hold another carnival on Aug. 30 and hope to raise even more food this year.
  the mini-reunion were [second row, from left] Arlene Willms Prast, Lauren Christiansen, Eileen            the proceeds from which will go       flyers, another first last year.        and that they bought included        by the FoodBank. She hopes that
  Shock Laspa, Sharon Mohr Murphy, Marsha Marzulla Beh and [front row, from left] Barbara                   toward buying poultry and meat        Using that money, with which            boxed macaroni and canned            her carnival can help to fill that
  Bailey Elliott, Jo Ann Maestrelli Donlon, Mrs. DeSevo, Jane Hampton Lightbody and Karen                   from Drew’s Market in Spring          Jessica and Michael bought gro-         goods as well as school supplies     void and to keep donations going
  LaSala.                                                                                                   Lake Heights.                         ceries at A&P in Wall and meat at       and toiletries.                      all year long.
                                                                                                               Jessica and her brother,           cost from Drew’s Market, com-              Not your typical high schooler,      “You can have food drives [at
                                                                                                            Michael, 13, who will be in the       bined with food donations, the          Jessica has been struck by the       school] but you never get that

Spring Lake police department                                                                               eighth grade at H.W. Mountz
                                                                                                            School this year, actually make
                                                                                                            many of the games themselves.
                                                                                                                                                  Frascos’ carnival managed to
                                                                                                                                                  raise 2,000 pounds of food. All of
                                                                                                                                                  it was donated to the FoodBank of
                                                                                                                                                                                          level of need that she seeks to
                                                                                                                                                                                          appease through her carnivals. For
                                                                                                                                                                                          example, coffee was one of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               much food. You almost have to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               beg kids to bring [food] in,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jessica said.
                                                                                                            They get materials, like nails and    Monmouth and Ocean Counties,            most popular food items they            “I just figured, if we could get

 reports recent activity in boro                                                                            paint, from neighbors, friends and
                                                                                                            family and then build their games.
                                                                                                            Many of them are simple diver-
                                                                                                                                                  which the FoodBank said helped
                                                                                                                                                  feed over 650 families in the two
                                                                                                                                                                                          were able to donate to the
                                                                                                                                                                                             “It’s a luxury to a lot of peo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               something that got parents and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               kids involved, where they were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               coming to something and we’re
   The Spring Lake Police           Kucinski took the report.           at the Spring Lake beachfront.      sions like darts and bean bag toss-      “We’re hoping to surpass that        ple,” Jessica said. “Getting a can   giving back to them and they’re
Department and Police Chief            • On Aug. 5, Kathie L.           He was released to the custody      es.                                   this year,” Jessica said.               of coffee would be amazing to        giving back to us, we could get a
Robert Dawson reported the fol-     Burrows-Campbell, 54, of            of his father and the incident is      Other games include potato            It’s a far cry from the carnival’s   them.”                               lot more.
lowing activity in the borough      Bradley Beach, was arrested for     being     reviewed      by    the   sack races and balloon-popping        humble beginnings, when Jessica            Jessica started her work thanks      “It was also a better way to
for the period from July 23         harassment and defiant trespass     Monmouth County prosecutor’s        contests. The moonwalk, a huge        and two friends started a tiny car-     to early encouragement by her        educate people … about the need.
through Aug. 7:                     after officers responded to an      office juvenile bureau.             attraction for the kids, was a new    nival at her house and collected        parents to do good deeds. She had    They [those who benefit from the
   • On Aug. 7, Russell D.          ongoing complaint from a con-         Ptl. Steve Blecki and Special     addition to last year’s carnival.     just a small amount of food.            been volunteering to help the        FoodBank’s charity] kind of get
Young, 18, of Brielle, was          cession owner. She also had         Officer Mike day were the              Jessica hopes to add some             But three years ago, Jessica and     FoodBank and other groups even       forgotten in the summer.”
arrested for driving while intox-   been arrested the day before for    investigating officers.             games oriented toward older, fifth    her brother decided to expand the       before she started the carnival at      Monetary donations can be
icated after being stopped on       harassment at the same location.      • On July 23, Ptl. Steve Blecki   grade children this year, like a      carnival, spreading the word a lit-     nine years old.                      made by sending a check to
Sussex Avenue for a traffic vio-    She posted bail and was released    took a report of harassment from    basketball free-throw contest.        tle more. As a result, they raised         “We’re just very involved in      Jessica Frasco, Re: Healing
lation by Sgt. Robert Zoino at      with a court date.                  an Atlantic Avenue resident            Last year’s carnival attracted     400 pounds of food.                     our community. And the               Hunger, 711 First Ave., Spring
1:30 a.m.                              Officers Ed Kerr and Tim         after he received annoying          about 75 children and raised             And only two years later, they       FoodBank used to be located in       Lake, 07762.
   • On Aug. 7, a 49-year-old       Giblin made the arrest.             phone messages stemming from        $1,960 in monetary donations,         raised that amount to a stunning        Spring Lake, so that was a given.”      A rain date for the carnival is
Helmetta resident reported his         • On Aug. 5, a 17-year-old       a domestic dispute. The investi-    much of which was mailed in           2,000 pounds. That is, quite liter-        As selfless now as she was as a   set for the next day, Wednesday,
locked bike stolen from Third       Spring Lake youth was taken         gation was continuing as of         from local businesses and resi-       ally, a ton of food.                    child, Jessica has seen how less     Aug. 31.
Avenue. Special Officer Chris       into custody for defiant trespass   Aug. 9.                             dents to whom Jessica had sent           The items that were donated          food is collected in the summer
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                                                                                                                     Spring Lake

 Council introduces ordinance limiting where registered sex offenders can live
         By Ryan Greene                 ond his motion.                         ing a total ban on work on        include Saturdays as well, on a      introduced a bond ordinance that    improvements; $275,000 for the        project, which will repair the arch-
   The council unanimously                 Councilman Gary Rich and             Saturdays and Sundays so that     trial basis.                         will appropriate a little over $2   archway project; $50,000 for          ways on Ocean Avenue and the
approved the introduction of an         Councilwoman Janice Venables            there would be no question of        Councilman Kimm, and a few        million for various improvements    improvements to the fire alert sys-   surrounding area.
ordinance which would create res-       were absent from this week’s            whether the work in question      residents who were on hand to        in the borough.                     tem; and $100,000 traffic safety         • The council unanimously
idency restrictions for registered      meeting.                                made noise. Councilman Reilly     support his effort, maintained his      The $2.175 million ordinance     system improvements.                  introduced bond ordinances that
sex offenders.                             The       ordinance,       which     agreed with that idea.            ordinance was not unreasonable,      includes $750,000 for acquiring       Councilman Reilly pointed out,      will appropriate $1.2 million for
   If adopted, the ordinance will       Councilman Kimm first brought to          Councilman Patterson suggest-   adding that it could be tweaked      equipment for the borough public    when questioned by a resident,
prohibit sex offenders from living      council July 26, would ban “com-        ed extending the current ban on   after being introduced. But it was   works yard; $750,000 for            that the borough had been
within 500 feet of “anywhere chil-      mercial and private construction        noisy work on Sundays from        not introduced.                      improvements to the borough yard    promised $350,000 in reimburse-
dren might congregate,” according       and commercial lawn and land-           Memorial Day through Oct. 1 to       • The council unanimously         and buildings; $250,000 for road    ments for the cost of the archway         See COUNCIL, page 29
to Borough Attorney Walter              scape companies from perform-
Schoenewolf. These locations            ing” noisy outdoor work for the
include any school, park, play-         last 18 days of July and the first 18
ground, day-care center, beach-         days of August. This ordinance
front and boardwalk.                    effectively would prohibit com-
   According to the ordinance, no       pletely almost all non-emergency
registered sex offender would be        construction and lawn work from
permitted to move into a home           July 14 through Aug. 18, includ-
within 500 feet of any such area.       ing work by homeowners on their
   Also, any registered sex offend-     own homes.
er who might move into a prohib-           Councilman Kimm explained
ited zone would be sent written         that too much construction goes
notification to that effect and         on in Spring Lake, especially dur-
given 60 days to relocate. As it        ing the summer when residents are
stands, the ordinance would not         prone to be on vacation and
apply to anyone who has estab-          attempting to enjoy peace and
lished a residence prior to Oct. 1.     quiet in their yards.
   The ordinance originally was            “I’m looking basically for a lit-
set at a prohibited zone of 2,500       tle more than 30 days of quiet,”
feet, but Councilman Joseph Erbe        Councilman Kimm said. “I don’t
pointed out that that effectively       think that’s too much to ask in the
would make all of Spring Lake           peak summer months.”
off-limits to sex offenders. The           Other members of the council
council agreed to reduce that num-      previously had raised — and
ber to 500 feet.                        raised again at Tuesday’s meeting
   Other area towns, like Bradley       — concerns that this simply would
Beach and Bay Head, are consid-         make projects take much longer to
ering the possibility of adopting       complete, prolonging the time
similar ordinances. Point Pleasant      with which residents have to put
and Point Pleasant Beach already        up with the inconvenience and
have passed similar ordinances.         eyesore of neighborhood con-
   Mr. Schoenewolf warned that if       struction projects.
the ordinance is passed, the bor-          Councilman Kimm disagreed,
ough could be pulled into litiga-       saying that the ordinance would
tion that might be brought against      force contractors to plan construc-
towns that enact such ordinances.       tion schedules around the summer
Other boroughs, like Brielle, cur-      stoppage, which would encourage
rently are examining the constitu-      them to work more efficiently,
tionality of such ordinances.           begin projects sooner so that they
   Councilman Brian Reilly, how-        are finished before July 14, or
ever, said it was better to introduce   close up the work site for just over
the ordinance than wait and see         a month.
what other towns do.                       He added that, at the very least,
   “The idea is to introduce the        it would prevent projects from
ordinance so we’re on the way to        being started during that time
protecting [residents and their         frame, which Councilman Kimm
children],” he said.                    insisted was unacceptable.
   The ordinance will be discussed         “The amount of work that just
further at the next council meet-       started in the last month is incred-
ing, on Aug. 23.                        ible,” he said. “It’s just unfair to
   In other news from Tuesday           your neighbors.”
night’s Spring Lake borough                Councilman Kimm said the
council meeting:                        ordinance likely would exempt
   • The motion to introduce an         painting and the laying of cement,
ordinance that would have limited       both of which he said are very
noisy outdoor work for several          weather-dependent and are not
weeks during the summer died for        that noisy. It also would leave lati-
lack of a second.                       tude for emergency work to be
   Councilman Walter Kimm tried         done, with permission from the
to introduce the ordinance, which       borough.
was his idea in the first place, but       Borough Attorney Schoenewolf
Councilmen Erbe, Reilly and             said that Ron Kirk, the borough
Wayne Patterson refused to sec-         zoning officer, would prefer creat-

                 BBQ Fun For All

                                               MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
    Both children and adults, like 3-year-old Sharron Marks
  [above, front] and Erin Newman, enjoyed themselves at
  Spring Lake Fire Company No. 1’s barbecue fund-raiser held
  at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como on Sunday. Fire Captain Bill
  Newman said the event was a huge success in raising money
  for the renovations to their firehouse at 1007 Fifth Ave., but
  that the fire company is still “a ways away” from its goal of
  $500,000. There will be an open house at the fire station on
  Sept. 10 for residents to stop by and see the renovations.
PAGE 12                             THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005

                                                                                         Spring Lake
           Thistledown Gallery to show Jersey painter’s work
                   By Ryan Greene               began drawing at the age of 9.
                                                                                                                                                                   Spring Lake
             The Thistledown Gallery in            He solidified his hold on the
          Spring Lake is preparing to help      paintbrush when he began study-                                                                                    Community
          present a lifetime of work by a       ing at the Newark School of Fine
          New Jersey artist at the end of
          this month.
                                                & Industrial Arts, where he
                                                learned from artists like Henry
             Starting     Aug.    26,     the   Gasser and John Grabach.
          Thistledown, on Third Avenue,            Both New Jersey-based artists
          will team up with the newly ren-      themselves, Mr. Gasser and Mr.
          ovated Frederick Gallery in           Grabach inspired Mr. Cotler to                                                                                     To submit a calendar listing or
          Allenhurst to exhibit over 100        pursue a sense of social realism                                                                                   Spring Lake news story, e-mail
          pieces by painter Alex Cotler.        in his work, Ms. O’Connor-Myer                                                                             
             Rose O’Connor-Myer, presi-         said. A product of what is com-
          dent of art appraisal firm Art        monly referred to as the
          Research Associates, and an           “Ashcan”       movement,        Mr.                                                                                  Concerts at the
          organizer of the exhibit, said this   Cotler’s urban landscapes often                                                                                       Gazebo 2005
          likely is the last chance to honor    portray the stark reality of post-
                                                                                        Alex Cotler often painted stark, urban landscapes like his                  Happy Days String Band will
          the life and work of a very dedi-     Depression Newark, she said —
                                                                                      painting “White Van” [above], a 12-by-16-inch watercolor on                perform at 7 p.m. at the Potter
          cated, talented — and virtually       run-down apartments and grimy
                                                                                      paper.                                                                     Park gazebo today, Aug. 11. Part
          unknown — New Jersey artist.          back alleys full of clotheslines.
                                                                                                                                                                 of Spring Lake’s Concerts at the
             Now 93 and retired to Florida,        Such period pieces, Ms.
                                                                                                                                                                 Gazebo 2005, the concert is free
          Mr. Cotler spent most of his life     O’Connor-Myer said, have an
                                                                                                                                                                 and will last until 8:30 p.m.,
          creating works of art that gained     almost immeasurable historic
                                                                                                                                                                 weather permitting. Attendees are
          him little popular recognition.       and nostalgic quality to them.
                                                                                                                                                                 encouraged to bring lawn chairs
          His exhibited work garnered              “I think today, looking at these
                                                                                                                                                                 or blankets.
          widespread critical acclaim, Ms.      pictures, they have great histori-
          O’Connor-Myer said, but he            cal value. That aspect of it is                                                                                                   ~
          kept his work largely to himself.     amazing,” she said.                                                                                                      Surfer Jam
          The hope of his family members,          While he often painted
                                                                                                                                                                    The Spring Lake Drug
          including his son, Stanley Cotler     seascapes and landscapes in New
                                                                                                                                                                 Prevention Alliance and the Third
          in Ocean Township, is to change       Jersey, New England and
                                                                                                                                                                 Avenue Surf Shop present Surfer
          that with this exhibit.               Europe, a vast portion of Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                 Jam again at the Potter Park gaze-
             “They felt because he really       Cotler’s work also was portraits.
                                                                                                                                                                 bo Friday, Aug. 19 from 6 to 10
          never sold any of his work, that      When he was not busy illustrat-
                                                                                                                                                                 p.m. Jack and Andy’s Slam Jam
          they’d like other people to enjoy     ing manuals and the like for a
                                                                                                                                                                 Band will play. Free food and
          his work,” Ms. O’Connor-Myer          Jersey-based typewriter-making
          explained.                            business where he worked for
             Mr. Cotler was born in Poland      years, Mr. Cotler was inviting                                                                                                    ~
          in 1912 and came to America           people to his Montvale studio to                                                                                   Charity Car Wash
          when he was very young. Living        indulge his love of portraiture.                                                                                    The Spring Lake Drug
          at first in Cleveland, Ohio and          “It seemed he had enormous                                                                                    Prevention Alliance will sponsor
          then settling in Newark, he           attractions to portraits. Some of                                                                                a car wash on Saturday, Aug. 20
                                                these portraits are really amaz-                                                                                 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the station
                                                ing,” Ms. O’Connor-Myer said.                                                                                    Goodwill Fire Company No. 2, on
                                                   She explained that one of his                                                                                 Washington Avenue. Funds raised
                                                greatest strengths lay not only in                                                                               go to the Zan Tozzi scholarship
                                                his ability to accurately recreate                                                                               fund.
                                                a subject in a painting but to
                                                choose a wide variety of interest-                                                                                                ~
                                                ing subjects. Mr. Cotler would                                                                                        Sidewalk Sale
                                                paint people of any race, age or                                                                                    The Greater Spring Lake
                                                gender, given that they were                                                                                     Chamber of Commerce’s annual
                                                visually interesting. One portrait                                                                               sidewalk sale will be held on
                                                could be of a snooty man in old-                                                                                 Saturday, Aug. 20 from 10 a.m. to
                                                fashioned top hat and tuxedo,                                                                                    5 p.m. Shoppers can stop by for
                                                and another of a pleasant woman                                                                                  bargains and head to the Morris
                                                in a simple purple scarf.                                                                                        Avenue area to meet and learn
                                                   “You can see his [the tuxedoed                                                                                about local civic organizations
                                                                                        Alex Cotler painted numerous portraits, often of quirky indi-
                                                man’s] idiosyncrasies, his blank                                                                                 and more. For more information,
                                                                                      viduals, like that of the man in “Top Hat and Tails” [above], a 30-
                                                stare, you can see he’s very                                                                                     contact the the Chamber office at
                                                                                      by-24-inch oil on canvas.
                                                uptight. You can tell a story                                                                                    732-449-0577 or via e-mail at
                                                                                      like you just sat down next to her   and Frederick galleries will pre-
                                                about it without knowing any-                                                                          
                                                                                      in a restaurant.”                    sent an enormous cross-section
                                                thing about the man in real life,”
                                                                                         Most of Mr. Cotler’s work         of Mr. Cotler’s work.                                  ~
                                                Ms. O’Connor Myer said. She
                                                                                      consists of oil or watercolor           “There are very few artists
                                                added about the scarf woman’s
                                                                                      paintings, though some rare,         who you can see their entire             Healing Hunger
                                                portrait, “You know her, you feel                                                                                   Jessica and Michael Frasco will
                                                                                      early charcoal drawings also will    body of work from [when they
                                                                                      appear at the dual exhibits. Many    were] 18 to 80,” Ms. O’Connor-        sponsor their annual Healing
                                                                                      of the paintings will be on sale,    Myer said. “It’s like a mini-         Hunger Carnival for the
                                                  Knights of                          starting at $200 for unframed oil    archive uncovered. It’s a local       Foodbank on Tuesday, Aug. 30
                                                                                                                                                                 from 1 to 3 p.m. at 711 First Ave.,
                                                Columbus plan                         paintings and $75 for other
                                                                                      paintings. As Mr. Cotler is 93
                                                                                                                           treasure in that way.”
                                                                                                                              The     exhibits     at     the    Spring Lake.
                                                Sept. fund drive                      years old, Ms. O’Connor-Myer
                                                                                      insists that this is perhaps the
                                                                                                                           Thistledown and Frederick gal-
                                                                                                                           leries will run from Aug. 26
                                                                                                                                                                    It will be a small carnival aimed
                                                                                                                                                                 at children from pre-school to 5th
                                                         By Ryan Greene               last chance to see and collect       through Sept. 30. There will be       grade, though all are invited.
                                                   The Knights of Columbus, The       work by one of New Jersey’s          an exhibit-opening reception          Adult supervision is required.
                                                Msgr. Thomas U. Reilly Council        most talented living artists.        Aug. 26 at the Frederick in           Admission is one bag of food per
                                                Number 5611 in Spring Lake, is           “I was just really knocked out    Allenhurst from 5 to 8 p.m.           person. Soda and snacks will be
                                                planning a fund-raising drive for     by the quality of it,” she added.    Several of Mr. Cotler’s family        sold and proceeds will go to pur-
                                                the weekend of Sept. 8.               “He will not be with us much         members are expected to attend,       chase poultry and meat from
                                                   From about noon to 8 p.m. on       longer and hopefully a lot of        though the artist likely will not     Drew’s Market to benefit the
                                                Friday, Sept. 8 through Sunday,       people will bring them [his          be present. Call the Frederick for    Foodbank of Monmouth & Ocean
                                                Sept. 10, Knights members will        paintings] home and his legacy       reservations or more information      Counties.
                                                collect money outside stores like     will continue on.”                   at      732-531-9030.         The                      ~
                                                Pathmark and A&P, as well as the         Even those not looking to col-    Thistledown Gallery can be
                                                Foodtown stores in Wall and Sea       lect the art are assured a unique    reached at 732-974-0376.                Atlantic City Trip
                                                Girt.                                 experience, as the Thistledown                                                The Woman’s Club of Spring
                                                   According to Knight Lawrence                                                                                  Lake is sponsoring a trip to the
                                                Salvato, head of public relations                                                                                Hilton in Atlantic City on
                                                for Council 5611, the Knights of                         Bold As Brass                                           Tuesday, Aug. 30th. The bus will
                                                                                                                                                                 leave Spring Lake train station at
                                                Columbus        generally    raise
                                                between $5,000 and $8,000 in a                                                                                   9:20 a.m., returning at about 6:20
                                                weekend. The money from the                                                                                      p.m. The cost is $22 with a cash
                                                upcoming weekend in September                                                                                    return of $18 and an $8 food
                                                will go toward various charities,                                                                                voucher. Reservations can be
                                                like the Madonna House in                                                                                        made by calling Marie Agliozzo
                                                Neptune, and high school scholar-                                                                                at 732-449-3437.
                                                ships which the Knights offer                                                                                                     ~
                                                each year.
                                                   The Knights of Columbus is an                                                                                   BBBS Golf Classic
                                                international group with members                                                                                    Big Brothers Big Sisters of
                                                who volunteer all over the world                                                                                 Monmouth County (BBBS)
                                                each year.                                                                                                       announces their 16th Annual Golf
                                                   Mr. Salvato said that the num-                                                                                Classic at the Spring Lake Golf
                                                ber of hours and monetary dona-                                                                                  Club Sept. 29. All fees and corpo-
                                                tions keeps growing each year,                                                                                   rate sponsorships will help BBBS
                                                and that the Knights’ legacy of                                                                                  match up children with adult
                                                service also should contain a lov-                                                                               friends and mentors. For more
                                                ing and respectful invitation to                                                                                 information, call Debby Glackin
                                                “come and see.”                                                                                                  at (732) 544-2224, ext. 16.
                                                   “We’re part of the community.                                                                                                  ~
                                                They can depend on us,” Mr.
                                                Salvato said.
                                                                                                                                                                      NYC Bus Trips
                                                   Council      5611     meetings                                                                                   There is a waiting list for tick-
                                                presently are held at St. Rose                                                                                   ets for the society’s trip to see
                                                Hall, 603 7th Ave., Belmar. The                                                                                  “The Odd Couple” on Nov. 13
                                                new Grand Knight is Angelo                                                                                       with lunch at Rene Pujol for $170.
                                                Moliterno of Spring Lake and                                                                                        For reservations call Dorothy
                                                prospective members are invited                                                                                  Lau at 732-974-1476 or Liz
                                                to attend.                                                                                                       Finnerty at 732-449-0772.
                                                   “We’re always looking for new                                                                                    The    Historical     Society’s
                                                members,” Mr. Salvato said.                                                                                      Museum is open on Thursdays
                                                   Contact the Knights by calling                                                MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star   from 10 a.m. to noon, and
                                                                                          Members of St. Peter’s Brass [above] entertained dozens                Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30
                                                Chuck Heurich at 732-974-2814
                                                                                        of Spring Lake residents at Potter Park recently as part of              p.m., or by appointment. Call
                                                or by e-mailing him at
                                                                                        Concerts at the Gazebo 2005, sponsored by the Recreation                 Dorothy Lau at 732-974-1476 for
                                                                                        Committee.                                                               any additional information.
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                                                                                Bradley Beach

  Bradley Beach
                                     Recreation center renovations near completion
                                               By Brett Savage                 installed by the department of pub-
                                        After only 60 days of work, the        lic works, saving the borough a sub-
   Community                         borough’s        recreation     center    stantial amount of money it would
                                     grounds have been transformed             have had to pay to outsource that
    Calendar                         from a barren lot full of weeds and
                                     fence-high overgrowth into a recre-
                                                                               installation job. Richie Bianchi, the
                                                                               operating supervisor of the depart-
                                     ational oasis where children soon         ment of public works, said, “We
                                     will be able to wile away their           installed 75 sprinkler heads our-
                                     leisure hours engaged in a variety        selves. It’s a state of the art system
 To submit a calendar listing or     of activities.                            used at professional ballparks. It’s
Bradley Beach news story, e-mail        This summer’s construction             necessary for the upkeep of the          efforts have focused on a plot of         field.”
                                     land running parallel to the west            Mr. Bianchi also said that sod
   Fifth Annual                      side of the building. What was once       will be installed later in the con-
Bradley Beach Run                    an idle expanse of neglected prop-        struction process and will need any-
   The Fifth Annual Bradley          erty has become a playground, a           where from six months to a year to
Beach 5K Run is scheduled for        basketball court and a tennis court       adequately root and sufficiently set-
Aug. 19 and 20. The Kid’s Run        that borough residents soon will be       tle.
is on Friday, Aug. 19 at 6:30        able to take advantage of.                   This will affect the borough’s
p.m. at Bradley Blvd. and               According to Mayor Stephen             autumn flag football program, and                                                        LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
Evergreen Ave. The 5K race is        Scheuler, Precise Construction, the       next spring and summer’s baseball          Operating Supervisor of the Bradley Beach Department of
on Saturday, Aug. 20 at 8:30         company hired to handle the reno-         program, but Councilwoman                Public Works Richie Bianchi [above, from left], Councilwoman
a.m. at the gazebo on Ocean and      vation project, cleared the over-         Marchak-Ortiz said that the bor-         Lori Marchak-Ortiz, and Mayor Stephen Scheuler all played an
Fifth avenues. Registration          growth that consumed the unused           ough is coordinating with members        integral role in the recreatoin center renovation project.
information is as follows:           space and then leveled the grounds        of the Neptune City Board of
   Kids run pre-registration is on   to allow for installation of the play-    Recreation to ensure that the chil-      said that the borough also plans to      depressions that collect pools of
or before Aug. 12 at a cost of       ground equipment and paving of            dren will have some place to play        install insulation in the building to    water.
$10. Post-registration is from       the basketball and tennis courts. A       until the field is fully prepared to     cut down on heating and air-condi-         Councilwoman Marchak-Ortiz
Aug. 13 to race day at a cost of     parking lot near the south end of the     withstand the rigors of competitive      tioning costs.                           added, “It’s looking beautiful,
$12. Race-day registration opens     property has been added as well,          play.                                       Mr. Bianchi added that the carpet     we’re very proud of the project.”
at 5:30 p.m.                         but is not yet paved.                        The field has been supplied with      will be ripped up and replaced with
   5K pre-registration is on or         The new playground equipment           new fencing to enhance the level of      tile. The interior of the building
before Aug. 12 at a cost of $15      arrived last week after some delay,       protection for spectators and play-      houses a few pool tables, a comput-
for runners over 12 years of age,    and immediately was installed,            ers alike. Now there is a new back-      er room, a large-screen television
and $12 for runners 12 years of      according to Councilwoman Lori            stop and two dugouts that will bet-      [complete with video game system]
age and under. Post-registration     Marchak-Ortiz. The basketball             ter protect the children from errant     and a stage and dance floor.
is from Aug. 13 to race day at a     courts still are awaiting the installa-   foul balls and throws.                   Councilwoman Marchak-Ortiz said
cost of $20 for runners over 12      tion of a few more baskets, but              The recreation center building        that the center hosts dances on the
years of age, and $15 for runners    when the project is complete there        has been made handicapped acces-         weekends throughout the year.
12 years of age and under. Race-     will be a total of six baskets, plus      sible. A new front door has been            Mayor Schueler mentioned that
day registration opens at 7 a.m.     one regulation-size full court run-       installed, and two new bathrooms         the recreation center originally was
   For online registration visit     ning north to south, and two small-       were added to accommodate visi-          built in 1972, and was paid for by For more             er size courts running east to west.      tors.                                    residents who felt the children
information contact Rich Held at        Mayor Scheuler said the resi-             The kitchen also has been             needed a place to meet.
732-774-3492,        or      visit   dents “will be able to play one full-     upgraded so that a larger quantity of       A number of minor details still          court game, or a few half-court           food can be prepared, and a new          need to be straightened out — like
                 ~                   games once everything is done.”           concession window has been added         the painting of the lines on the
                                        A number of changes and                so that visitors and spectators can      courts, the installation of a few bas-
      Wiffle Ball                    upgrades have been made to the            order and receive refreshments           kets and the net for the tennis court
      Tournament                     baseball and football field, as well.     from outside.                            and the leveling-out of a couple
   The Bradley Beach Board of        A new irrigation system has been             Councilwoman Marchak-Ortiz            potentially hazardous paving
Recreation presents their annual
Wiffle Ball Tournament on
Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Second
Avenue beach at 10 a.m. The
cost is $45 per team of three.
The Tournament consists of
                                     Council hears presentation about
three-person teams in a double-
elimination format. The tourna-
ment will be limited to 16 teams.    substation addition from JCP&L
To pre-register, please contact
Sean Sherman at 732-775-9188                     Brett Savage                  provide energy to whoever may            future trouble.
or Gary Engelstad at 732-774-           Two representatives from               need it,” he said.                          Mr. Olonko said the actual unit,
9064. You may register the           Jersey Central Power and Lighting            Mayor Schueler expressed con-         including construction, will cost
morning of the tournament, but       Company [JCP&L] were on hand              cerns about whether the new mod-         $1 million, but an extra $1 million
it will be limited to 16 teams.      to discuss the possibility of adding      ular substation would create an          then will be required to perform
                  ~                  a modular substation to the two           excessive amount of noise that           various maintenance work like
                                     existing transformers located at          might disturb or inconvenience           “installing new poles and wires,
      Chamber of                     the substation at the intersection        local residents. Mr. Olonko              the reconfiguration of existing
      Commerce                       of Ocean Park Avenue and Main             responded by saying the new              poles and other general mainte-
                                     Street, in order to reduce the bur-       modular unit is state-of-the-art         nance issues.” Mr. Olonko also
       General                       den on the borough’s electrical           and is equipped with noise-reduc-        indicated the new wires will run
       Meeting                       infrastructure.                           tion technology.                         underground, and that some of the
   The Bradley Beach Chamber            Roberta Sheridan, an area man-            “When we purchase a new               money will go toward financing
of Commerce will host a dessert      ager for JCP&L, and Andrew                transformer, we buy the quietest         that portion of the project.
and movie meeting at Joey Gia’s      Olonko, an assistant planning             one available so you don’t have             The $2 million bill will not be
                                     engineer, delivered a presentation        the issue of a high noise level at       the responsibility of the borough,
Trattoria at 123 Main St. in
                                     about the borough’s energy situa-         the fence line…,” he said.               but will come from rate payments
Bradley Beach on Monday, Aug.
                                     tion at a caucus meeting on               “There’s a state ordinance in place      “spread over the entire rate-paying
15 at 5:30 p.m. Chef Joe will
                                     Tuesday night.                            that regulates the amount of noise       area,” according to Mayor
provide a selection of his most
                                        The presentation focused on            allowed, and we’re aware of that.”       Schueler. It will not increase prop-
delicious confections while
                                     JCP&L’s determination that                   Mr. Olonko also pointed out           erty taxes because it comes from a
speakers John Esposito and Gary
                                     installing an additional modular          that the substation is relatively        finance tax at the state level.
Crawford of the Beach Cinema
                                     substation would be in the best           isolated and that the new unit will         The proposed modular substa-
talk about the historic movie the-
                                     interest of the borough.                  make less noise than the existing        tion idea will go next before the
ater, formerly the Palace
                                        Mr. Olonko mentioned there are         units.                                   borough planning board.
Theater. The price is $15 for        a number of factors that necessi-            Mayor Schueler then ques-                In other council news:
members and $20 for non-mem-         tate boosting a municipality’s            tioned whether the station would            • The council approved a
bers. The meeting will end at 7      electrical infrastructure.                be prone to explosion or sabotage,       request from the Bradley Beach
p.m in time to walk across the          “Usually an overload happens           or if it would represent a danger to     School eighth-grade trip commit-
street to the movies. For more       when a large commercial develop-          the community or the surrounding         tee to have a fund-raiser at the
information please call the          ment comes in, like a Wal-Mart or         environment.                             miniature golf course on Sunday,
chamber office at 732-869-1020       Home Depot, but that’s not the               “Our first concern is to prevent      Sept. 10 from noon to 4 p.m.
or e-mail bbcofc2005@bradley-        case in Bradley Beach. Housing            against explosion,” Mr. Olonko              • The council approved Joseph                          renovations, an increase in the           replied. “Transformers will fail         R. Sanfelice III and Raymond
                  ~                  number of air-conditioning units          occasionally. Each substation has        Bowman as probationary mem-
           Dog                       and a general expansion of the res-       one or two failures in a one- or         bers of the fire department.
                                     idential districts also contribute to     two-year timeframe, but mostly              • The council approved a
         Licenses                    the need, that’s what you have            that means the structure just            request from Bud and Patti
  Dog licenses have been             going on here,” he said.                  cracks due to overheating.”              McCormick to celebrate their 25th
renewable since Jan. 1. Dog             “A new transformer will take              Mr. Olonko also said the substa-      wedding anniversary on the beach
owners may renew at borough          the load off the existing two, and        tion would not be a threat to the        on Sept. 25. They will be setting
hall, at 701 Main St., or through    the sub-station will be able to per-      environment. “The new trans-             up two canopy tents and require
the mail using the dog license       form more efficiently,” Mr.               formers use either silicon-based         access to bathrooms.
form. There has been a $10 late      Olonko added. “It’s like having           oil or vegetable oil, so it’s not           • The board awarded a contract
fee, effective March 1.              two cups full of water. If you add        detrimental to the environment,”         for the Sylvan Lake bulkhead
                ~                    a third cup, the water from the first     he said.                                 replacement project to Precise
     Beach Badge                     two cups gets redistributed into             Mr. Olonko explained that cer-        Construction Inc., of Freehold, in
                                     three. Instead of two transformers        tain measures are taken to main-         the amount of $225,575 upon rec-
         Sale                        running at full capacity, you’ll          tain an efficiency of power.             ommendation         of     Borough
   This year’s male and female       have three transformers running at        JCP&L might add bigger wires to          Engineer Phil Kavanaugh.
adult beach badges are now           a diminished capacity,” he                provide a heavier flow of electric-         According to Mayor Schueler,
available at Cliff Avenue and 3rd    explained.                                ity to meet the demand, or recon-        the bulkhead replacement project
Avenue tag booths only. The cost        Mayor Stephen Schueler asked           figure the transformers throughout       is part of the ongoing rehabilita-
is $60. Daily badges are avail-      if the substation would serve only        the borough so the power flows           tion of Sylvan Lake. He said the
able at all locations.               Bradley Beach. Mr. Olonko                 more effectively, but “after we do       lake is elevated on the Bradley
   Also on sale now are senior       replied that all the substations in       as much as we can with the exist-        Beach, or west, side and therefore
citizen badges for those over 60,    the area are interconnected, so the       ing system, we reach a threshold         requires larger pilings and more
and junior badges for those 14 or    new modular substation also               and have to take additional mea-         work to complete. He added that
15, at the regular discount price    would supply energy to surround-          sures.”                                  the borough already has tested and
of $25.                              ing towns, as necessary. It essen-           Those additional measures             dredged the lake bottom and is
   Call 732-776-2999 with any        tially would act as a transfer sta-       include installing the new modular       awaiting state approval before the
questions.                           tion, sending the electricity where       unit at a cost of $2 million, some-      bulkhead replacement stage of the
                                     it needed to go.                          thing JCP&L considers an invest-         rehabilitation project can begin.
                                        “The substations are tied to           ment that will serve as an act of
                                     adjacent towns and radiate out to         preventive maintenance against
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                            Commercial marina dock redesign not an option
                                     By Ryan Greene                 suggestions had been implement-        warned that party boat owners          of Belmar starts controlling the
                               Redesigning the commercial           ed in the design of the docks. For     would protest if the slips were        federal channel,” Mrs. Kirk said.
                            docks at the marina absolutely is       example, she said that slips were      offered to charter boat owners            Commissioner John Szeliga
                            not an option, Belmar Chief             widened by about 2 or 3 feet from      before they were offered to party      said the borough should contact
                            Financial Officer Robbin Kirk told      the proposed design, as per boat       boat owners who might want to          the state marine police and the
                            boat owners and harbor commis-          owners’ requests.                      move to the open slips. Several        Coast Guard for help. He and
                            sion members at its meeting                However, she said that the bor-     commissioners agreed that party        other commissioners also agreed
                            Wednesday night.                        ough was taking their complaints       boat owners should be given the        that boat rentals and bait shops
                               Charter boat owners recently         seriously and short of reconstruc-     first chance at the open slips         should be required to distribute
                            have complained that their slips        tion, would attempt to resolve            Commissioner William Shipers        written warnings, and possibly
                            are too narrow and that the ends        some boat owners’ problems.            disagreed, saying that the charter     maps of the harbor explaining the
                            of the finger piers that border their      “We are taking their issues to      boat owners who are willing to         traffic rules.
                            slips are sharply squared-off. The      heart,” Mrs. Kirk said.                pay more for and make the effort          •     Commissioner         Shipers
                            boaters said that when pulling into        The borough is willing to order     to procure the party boat slips        announced that a 15- to 20-minute
                            slips it can be difficult to avoid      extra cushioning for the corners of    should get them, regardless of         long film was being made on
                            making contact with the ends of         the finger piers, she said. She had    whether party boat owners might        Belmar and that it likely would be
                            the finger piers, the sharp corners     a sample bumper at the meeting,        get upset.                             ready      for     distribution      in
                            of which can cause serious dam-         but admitted that it was roughly as       “If someone comes up with an        September.
                            age to a boat’s hull.                   hard as the wood of the piers and      idea, why do we have to be the            Mark Ganguzza, owner of
                               Responding to these com-             would not suffice as a buffer for      nursemaids to a bunch of mini-         Sunburst Creative Group in Colts
                            plaints, Mrs. Kirk insisted that        boats. The borough has ordered         businesses,”         Commissioner      Neck, volunteered his time and
                            reconstructing the slips or remov-      two other sample cushions for          Shipers asked.                         film crew to make the film and
                            ing the finger piers, which are         consideration. The bumpers, if            He said the harbor commission       said he was very excited to be cre-
                            smaller piers sticking out like fin-    approved, will cover the edges of      and borough council should not         ating the project, which will high-
                            gers from the main dock at which        each finger pier.                      have to spend its time as “babysit-    light various aspects of Belmar,
                            boats moor, absolutely was out of          Ms. Kirk also is looking into       ters,” dealing with disputes           including its history, its entertain-
                            the question. She said this largely     whether Birdsall Engineering can       between boat owners.                   ment and dining offerings and its
                            was because it would cost the bor-      change the support brackets at the        “Ninety percent of what goes        harbor and marina.
                            ough at least $20,000 just to have      end of the finger piers to a trian-    on [at the marina] is disputes            The commission and Mr.
                            Birdsall Engineering return with a      gular shape instead of their current   between boat owners,” Mrs. Kirk        Ganguzza agreed that Belmar
                            construction barge to reconstruct       squared shape. This would prevent      acknowledged.                          should make an effort once again
                            the docks, not to mention the actu-     boaters from damaging their boats         The commission said it would        to begin attending boating shows,
                            al cost of reconstruction.              on the sharp, square corners of the    be up to the mayor and council to      where DVD’s of the film could be
                               Mrs. Kirk also said that she had     ends of the finger piers when          decide how and to whom the party       screened and distributed to gener-
                            gone out of her way to take into        entering their slips.                  boat slips would be rented.            ate publicity for the borough.
                            account boat owners’ needs and             Mrs. Kirk also said she was            In other news from last                Expecting to have the film fin-
                            suggestions during the design           willing to look into whether char-     Wednesday’s harbor commission          ished in early September, Mr.
                            process. She said that design           ter boat owners who wanted a           meeting:                               Ganguzza said that the film would
                            meeting, which was held March           larger slip and were willing to pay       • Responding to complaints          be ready for various post-Labor
                            20, had been open to the public         the greater fee could use empty        about dangerous boating traffic,       Day       shows.      Commissioner
                            and well-publicized; she said she       party boat slips.                      Mrs. Kirk said she was working         Shipers added that Belmar should
                            even had re-scheduled the meeting          Currently there are two party       with the state Department of           set its sights on the New York
                            several times to accommodate            boat slips, numbers seven and ten,     Transportation to affix boat traffic   National Boat Show at the Javits
                            boat owners’ schedules.                 which will be available at the end     warning signs to the Main Street       Convention Center in New York
                               Also, Mrs. Kirk said that their      of the month, she said. Mrs. Kirk      and Route 35 bridges.                  City. Ms. Kirk said she would be
                                                                                                              She asked the commission for        more than happy to get entry
                                                                                                           suggestions on the signs’ wording,     forms for the shows.
                              Gubernatorial Hopeful Visits Belmar                                          explaining that the signs would be
                                                                                                           meant to warn boat traffic travel-
                                                                                                                                                     “On behalf of the mayor and
                                                                                                                                                  council, I’d like to thank you for
                                                                                                           ling under the bridges to remain to    your       efforts      on       this,”
                                                                                                           the right of the federal channel.      Commissioner Szeliga, who also
                                                                                                              Boat owners said, however, that     is a member of the borough coun-
                                                                                                           signs were also needed to warn         cil, said of both Mr. Ganguzza’s
                                                                                                           traffic to beware of boats pulling     work and Commissioner Shipers’
                                                                                                           out of the marina. They said that      initiative in organizing it.
                                                                                                           boats that do not stay to the right       • Ms. Kirk announced that the
                                                                                                           of the channel, which is about 25      deadlines for advertising the
                                                                                                           feet away from the end of the          Belmar Marina in the upcoming
                                                                                                           docks, can be a hazard to boats        editions of Maptech’s boating
                                                                                                           that are entering the channel from     guide and Waterway Guide was
                                                                                                           the marina.                            approaching. She added that
                                                                                                              “‘Beware of large vessels enter-    Waterway Guide would be send-
                                                                                                           ing channel,’” Commissioner            ing an editor to the borough to
                                                                                                           Shipers recommended for the            update and rewrite their Belmar
                                                                                                           signs, which he said would be bet-     section. Each advertisement will
                                                                                                           ter placed at the end of the marina    cost about $3,000, she said.
                                                                                                           docks rather than on the bridges.         “I think it’s money well spent,”
                                                                                                              On a related note, boat owners      Commissioner Shipers said.
                                                                                                           also complained that transient            Commissioner Szeliga suggest-
                                                                                                           boat and rental boats have been        ed that the ads include an offer to
                                                                                                           drifting and fishing in the federal    order copies of Mr. Ganguzza’s
                                                                                                           channel, which also creates a haz-     upcoming film. The commission
                                                                                                           ard for commercial boats leaving       agreed wholeheartedly.
                                                                           MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
                                                                                                           the marina. It also is illegal, they      “What       a     great     thing,”
                                Sen. Jon Corzine [above, center] was the special guest at an
                                                                                                           pointed out.                           Commissioner Shipers said.
                             Irish American Democratic Picnic at the Friendly Sons of the
                                                                                                              They asked that the commission         • Mike Mixon, head of the
                             Shillelagh Club in Belmar last Saturday. He visited with Pat
                                                                                                           help arrange patrols of the channel    Friends of the Belmar Harbour
                             Weber, president of the American Irish Society in Lakewood
                                                                                                           by borough officials, but Belmar       [FOBH], announced a pair of
                             [left], and Eileen Desposito, co-founder of the American Irish
                                                                                                           officials said the borough could do    upcoming children’s races. The
                             Society, Lakewood.
                                                                                                           no such thing.                         first will be the Friendship Cup
                                                                                                              “I don’t know how the borough       Regatta on Sunday, Aug. 14.
                                                                                                                                                     The second will be the Mayors’
                                                                                                                                                  Cup race on Friday, Aug. 19 from
                                                                                                                                                  noon to 3:30 p.m. About 40 chil-
                                                                                                                                                  dren will compete in this race,
                                                                                                                                                  eight each from Belmar, Wall,
                                                                                                                                                  Avon Neptune Township and
                                                                                                                                                  Neptune City. The mayors of each
                                                                                                                                                  town, whose donations of $1,000
                                                                                                                                                  each were used to enroll the
                                                                                                                                                  underprivileged kids in the FOBH
                                                                                                                                                  sailing program, are expected to
                                                                                                                                                  attend, Mr. Mixon said. He added
                                                                                                                                                  that the race would be televised on
                                                                                                                                                  Cablevision and possibly Channel
                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Mixon announced that chil-
                                                                                                                                                  dren from the FOBH program had
                                                                                                                                                  taken first, second and eighth
                                                                                                                                                  places and the Braveheart Trophy
                                                                                                                                                  for     sportsmanship        at    the
                                                                                                                                                  Braveheart Regatta in July.
                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Mixon also told the com-
                                                                                                                                                  mission that he plans to seek
                                                                                                                                                  approval from the borough council
                                                                                                                                                  to begin some kind of high school
                                                                                                                                                  boating programs. He said that
                                                                                                                                                  officials at Neptune High School
                                                                                                                                                  and St. Rose High School were
                                                                                                                                                  open to the idea.

                                                                                                                                                     In the Aug. 4 issue of The
                                                                                                                                                  Coast Star, a photograph of a sax-
                                                                                                                                                  ophone player for the band Holme
                                                                                                                                                  that plays at D’Jais in Belmar was
                                                                                                                                                  incorrectly identified as Tommy
                                                                                                                                                     The man’s correct name is
                                                                                                                                                  Steve Meyers.
                                                                                                                                                     The Coast Star regrets the
                                                                                                               THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                     PAGE 15


 Former lifeguard volunteers with Peace Corps in Africa
            By Kara Lott                     In this post, Jill was told she
   When Jill Karatz stepped off the       would be working at local schools
plane in January 2004 in Conakry,         and a health center — which she
the capital city of the west African      described as a dilapidated, concrete
country of Guinea, to serve as vol-       building — located in a small vil-
unteer with the Peace Corps, she          lage community, talking about safe
was shocked by what she saw.              sex practices and educating women,
   As a bus carried approximately         in particular, about the importance
40 Peace Corps volunteers through         of breast feeding. Her training
the downtown area, chaos ensued           included taking cultural classes to
as villagers attending an outdoor         learn more about the people of
market crowded the vehicle to             Guinea and their customs, as well
touch the windows and get a               as being educated in the health
glimpse of the foreigners inside.         issues of the region.
   “We were a spectacle,” Ms.                Guinea is a Muslim country,
Karatz said.                              where men can take up to four
   In what could have been a scene        wives and many women are given
from a movie, she recalled seeing         away in marriage at a very young
men and women cooking on the              age. Ms. Karatz said it is not
side of the road, garbage strewn all      uncommon for a girl to be married
over and people sitting everywhere,       with four children by the time she is
even on the tops of cars. Ms. Karatz      15. The quality of health care in the
said the country’s poverty was            country is very basic, she said.
quickly evidenced by the villagers           Subsequently, teaching the vil-
wearing rags, the dirt roads and lack     lagers there about their health has
of stop lights in the city and the run-   become a priority for the Peace
down taxi cabs carrying live cows         Corps. Ms. Karatz said officials in                                                                                                Photo Courtesy of JILL KARATZ
and chickens tied to the hoods.           Africa have also initiated a cam-         Former Spring Lake lifeguard Jill Karatz [above, center] is fulfilling a two-year commitment to the
   As she struggled to deal with the      paign to eliminate polio — a viral      Peace Corps as a health extension volunteer in Guinea, Africa. There, she has settled in the village
culture shock, Ms. Karatz — who           disease that is rare in the United      of Arfamoussaya, where she said she has been accepted by the residents.
lifeguarded in Spring Lake for eight      States since polio immunizations
years and spent her summers grow-         became widespread.                      home to approximately 2,000 peo-         was “back at square one,” like when      Brick Memorial High School —
ing up in Belmar where her father            As part of her work at the health    ple, on her own. There, she had to       she first arrived in Guinea. For the     was preparing to graduate from
Bill is the lifeguard supervisor —        center, which offers vaccinations to    earn the villagers’ trust and friend-    first few days, she questioned how       Rowan University in 2003 with a
spent the next three months in            pregnant women and babies, Ms.          ship. She also came to learn             she would get through the next two       degree in journalism/writing arts
Guinea training for her position          Karatz said she has painted murals      Malinke, the language of the tribe       years and she set a goal to complete     when she contemplated where her
with the Peace Corps as a health          to encourage immunizations and          there, since even through Guinea is      one year to make the task seem           life would take her after college.
extension volunteer.                      breast feeding. Since most people       a French-speaking country, Ms.           more manageable.                            “I just didn’t know what I want-
                                          there cannot read, she said “every-     Karatz said the language is not spo-        As a way to integrate herself into    ed to do,” she said in an interview
                                          thing has to be really visual.”         ken in the villages.                     the tribe, Ms. Karatz said she read      this week while home on a three-
                                             Following her three-month train-        But at first, not knowing anyone      one of the many books she brought        week vacation.
                                          ing, Ms. Karatz was sent out to her     and unable to speak the language,        from home outside her mud hut so            As a sophomore, Ms. Karatz
                                          assigned village, Arfamoussaya,         Ms. Karatz said she felt like she        she would appear available to the        enjoyed studying abroad in
                                                                                                                           villagers. Although many of the          Australia for one semester — she
     Belmar                                                                                                                children appeared afraid and
                                                                                                                           peeked out at her from behind trees,
                                                                                                                                                                    said the experience left her feeling
                                                                                                                                                                    “antsy” upon her return home to
                                                                                                                           she could tell they were very curi-      America.
   Community                                                                                                               ous about the new stranger in their
                                                                                                                                                                       She considered whether she
                                                                                                                                                                    should just go and get a “real job
    Calendar                                                                                                                  “Everyone wanted to get a look
                                                                                                                           at me,” she said.
                                                                                                                                                                    and be someone’s gopher” upon
                                                                                                                                                                    graduating college or join the Peace
                                                                                                                              By the end of the first week, Ms.     Corps, where Ms. Karatz said she
                                                                                                                           Karatz was approached by a young         thought she could have “this incred-
                                                                                                                           girl, who presented her with a bowl      ible experience.”
  To submit a calendar listing or                                                                                          of fruit and brought her to the girl’s      “If I’m going to do this, this is
    Belmar news story, e-mail                                                                                              home, where Ms. Karatz was intro-                                                                                                duced to her mother. Ms. Karatz
                                                                                                                           said she was so grateful to be              See AFRICA, page 29
                                                                                                                           accepted and has since become
     Peach Festival                                                                                                        close friends with the girl’s mother,
   First Presbyterian Church,                                                                                              as well as many of the other vil-
located at 9th Avenue and E Street                                                                                         lagers.
in Belmar, will hold its annual                                                                                               Now, at 24, Ms. Karatz has lived
peach festival on Saturday, Aug.                                                                                           in Guinea for 21 months — longer
13 from 4 to 6:30 p.m.                                                                                                     than she ever thought she would be
   The festival will feature chick-                                                                                        able to last. After completing the
en salad sandwich platters for $5                                                                                          last six months of her commitment,
each, peach shortcake for $4, plat-                                                                                        Ms. Karatz said she plans to travel
ter and shortcake combo for $8,                                                                                            into Senegal and the western Sahara
children under 12 for $2 per item,                                                                                         before journeying through Spain to
                                                                                           Photo Courtesy of JILL KARATZ   France. There, she said she plans to
and new this year, homemade
                                            According to Jill Karatz, a health extension volunteer with the                go to language school before com-
peach crisp for $8, while they last.
                                          Peace Corps, the young girls in a small village in Guinea, Africa                ing home to the United States.
   Gifts will also be available
                                          are made to do many chores, like hauling water in large con-                        “I really enjoy learning lan-
from the boutique table.
                                          tainers on their heads, when they return home from school,                       guages,” she said.
                                          while the boys play and have fun.                                                   Ms. Karatz — a 1999 graduate of
       AC Bus Trip
   The Mayor’s Council for
Senior Citizens will hold a bus
trip to the Showboat Hotel and
Casino in Atlantic City on
Tuesday, Sept. 6.
   The cost is $15 per person with
$18 cash back and a $5 food
   The bus will leave at 9:45 a.m.
   Tickets may be purchased at
the Belmar Public Library on 10th
Avenue. For more information,
call 732-681-0775.
   Farmer’s Market
   Belmar’s Farmers Market in
Pyanoe Plaza is open every
Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The market will run all summer
and early fall until Oct. 1.
   The market is offering more
than ever before: produce,
gourmet frozen foods, Italian
breads, fresh mozzarella, kites,
exquisite handmade jewelry, all
kinds of handcrafted items, hand-
rolled cigars, live music, informa-
tion on makeup and nutritional
supplements,        and      Master
Gardeners to answer questions.
   For more information, call 732-
681-2900, ext. 2.
       Food Pantry
  The Belmar Food Pantry, a
non-denominational program, is
located at the First United
Methodist Church, at 7th and D
Street in Belmar.
  Hours are 10 a.m. to noon
Mondays and Thursdays, except
for holidays. Non-perishable
foods as well as baked goods are
  A written referral is necessary
on the first visit and clients are
welcome to return every two
PAGE 16                              THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005

           FOBH fund-raiser
          slated for tomorrow
                    By Kara Lott                 will then culminate at the Belmar
             In anticipation of the sixth        Marina this Sunday in the annual
          annual Friendship Cup Regatta on       Friendship Cup Regatta [see relat-
          the Shark River this weekend, The      ed story, sports pages].
          Friends of the Belmar Harbour             Mr. Mixson said the FOBH
          will hold a cocktail fund-raiser       received a grant this year in the
          party tomorrow night.                  amount of $181,000 from the state
             The party will be held at the       Department of Transportation,
          home of FOBH president Michael         which allowed the organization to
          Mixson on 1st Avenue in Belmar.        purchase 32 new boats for its sail-
             He said the profits from the        ing program.
          yearly fund-raiser will go to bene-       He said the FOBH also raised
          fit the day-to-day operations of       $50,000 over the last three years
          the organization. Tickets are still    in fund-raising efforts. An anony-
          available and cost $75 per couple.     mous benefactor matched that
             Mr. Mixson said that cost           amount, which Mr. Mixson said
          includes food and refreshments         was retained in an interest-bearing                                                                                        MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
          for guests, a tax-deductible letter    endowment for maintenance and           Monsignor Casimir Ladzinski, the pastor at St. Rose Church in Belmar [above], worked in his
          for their donations and a small        repairs to the FOBH fleet.            office at the parish center as he prepared for his new assignment as pastor at Sacred Heart Church
          complimentary gift.                       According to Mr. Mixson, the       in Bay Head, scheduled to take effect later this month.
             Mango’s Ocean Grill in Belmar       FOBH also boasts a new facility,
          is catering the affair, and refresh-   which was donated by the bor-
          ments are being donated by D’Jais
          Oceanview Bar & Cafe, also in
                                                 ough and can be found west of the
                                                 L Street beach.
                                                    Between the grant and the fund-
                                                                                       St. Rose pastor says farewell,
             Mr. Mixson said the party is a
          kick-off to the adult fun races,
          slated to be held on Saturday for
                                                 raising money, Mr. Mixson said
                                                 the organization is fairly secure
                                                 financially. The only fund-raising
                                                                                       parish prepares for new leader
          FOBH volunteers. The FOBH’s            needed now is for the FOBH’s
                                                                                                  By Kara Lott
          popular youth sailing program          general expenses, such as insur-
                                                                                          After serving as pastor at St.
                                                 ance, he added.
                                                                                       Rose Roman Catholic Church in
                                                    For more information about the
                                                                                       Belmar for the past five years,
                                                 FOBH or to order tickets to
                                                                                       Monsignor Casimir Ladzinski
                                                 tomorrow’s fund-raiser, call Mr.
                                                                                       announced at Mass last Sunday he
                                                 Mixson at 732-681-6839.
                                                                                       would be moving on to another
                                                                                       parish later this month.
                                                                                          The monsignor, who also serves
                                                                                       as director for the grammar and
                                                                                       high schools at St. Rose, was
                                                                                       assigned by Bishop John M.
                                                                                       Smith to serve as the new pastor at
                                                                                       Sacred Heart Church in Bay Head.
                                                                                       His last official day at St. Rose is
                                                                                       Aug. 19.
                                                                                          Monsignor Ladzinski’s post at
                                                                                       St. Rose will be filled by the Rev.
                                                                                       Michael Waites, who has been
                                                                                       serving as the interim pastor and
                                                                                       administrator at Sacred Heart.
                                                                                          Monsignor Ladzinski said this
                                                                                       week he is excited for his next
             Tying THE Knot?                                                           assignment, but will miss his
              Wedding and engagement                                                   parishioners at St. Rose.
                                                                                          “It was a wonderful experi-
                forms are available
                                                                                       ence,” he said. “The people here
                  on our web site!                                                     are great. They shared with me a
                                                         lot of their Catholic spirit.”
                   or, call us at                                                         Monsignor Ladzinski said the
                 732-223-0076                                                          decision for him to move to
                                                                                       Sacred Heart had been discussed
                                                                                       for some time by church officials,
                                                                                       but the bishop made the final deci-                                                  MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star

                                                                                       sion.                                    St. Rose Pastor Monsignor Casimir Ladzinski [above] will end
                                                                                          Monsignor Ladzinski was             his tenure with the parish Aug. 19, when he is slated to move
                                                                                       appointed as vicar general of the      serve Sacred Heart Church in Bay Head.
                                                                                       Diocese of Trenton by former
                                                                                       Bishop John C Reiss. He served in         The Rev. Waites was appointed     ied in Belgium, Poland and
                                                                                       that post from 1994 to 1997, when      as interim pastor at Sacred Heart    Princeton Theological Seminary
                                                                                       Bishop Smith then made him             when the church’s pastor, the Rev.   in Princeton, where he received
                                                                                       Episcopal vicar for Ocean-             Patrick Francis Magee, was arrest-   his master’s degree in pastoral
                                                                                       Burlington counties in 1997.           ed in Northern Ireland while he      care. The monsignor also received
                                                                                          He said serving as a pastor at a    was on vacation in December          a      master’s      degree     in
                                                                                       church in Ocean County, where          2003 on charges he sexually          education/pastoral      counseling
                                                                                       Sacred Heart is located, will bring    assaulted a boy there more than      from Iona College, New York.
                                                                                       him back to where he represents        three decades ago.                      Monsignor Ladzinski currently
                                                                                       the bishop. The monsignor said            The charges against the Rev.      sits on the boards of several area
                                                                                       his position as vicar requires him     Magee were later dropped by          groups,     including      Kimball
                                                                                       to travel to the parishes in Ocean     prosecutors in Northern Ireland      Medical Center, Lakewood, and
                                                                                       and Burlington counties.               after the man accusing him of sex-   Ocean First Foundation, Brick
                                                                                          “In that regard it will be easier   ual assault committed suicide. The   Township.
                                                                                       for me to travel,” Monsignor           Rev. Magee subsequently retired         After the St. Rose rectory was
                                                                                       Ladzinski said of his new assign-      from the priesthood.                 gutted by fire several years ago,
                                                                                       ment.                                     Monsignor Ladzinski attended      Monsignor Ladzinski said he
                                                                                          He said moving is part of his       St. Casimir’s Parochial School in    worked with parishioners to build
                                                                                       life as a man of the cloth. The        Riverside and Camden Catholic        a new parish center.
                                                                                       bishop considers the needs of the      High School. He received his the-       He said one of his main goals
                                                                                       parish, the diocese and the indi-      ological schooling at Cyril &        during his tenure at St. Rose also
                                                                                       vidual priest when considering         Methodius Seminary, Michigan.        included “building up the parish
                                                                                       parish assignments, according to          Prior to coming to St. Rose,      community.” And although he
                                                                                       Monsignor Ladzinski.                   Monsignor Ladzinski served as        found running the high school and
                                                                                          “I’m no youngster anymore,”         pastor at St. Aloysius, Jackson,     grammar school to be a challenge,
                                                                                       he said with a laugh.                  and St. Joseph, Toms River. His      Monsignor Ladzinski said he
                                                                                          The monsignor, 68, noted that       appointment to Sacred Heart will     always had God on his side.
                                                                                       Sacred Heart is a smaller parish       be his 13th assignment since being      “You do your best and let the
                                                                                       than St. Rose and does not have a      ordained in Trenton in 1962.         Lord do the rest,” he said.
                                                                                       school community to oversee.              Monsignor Ladzinski also stud-
                                                                                                           THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                              PAGE 17

                           Picnicking & Politicking                                                                  Mayor voices support
                                                                                                                     for dredging project
                                                                                                                                By Kara Lott                na parking lot for the last several
                                                                                                                        Belmar Mayor Kenneth E.             years to hold dredge spoils from
                                                                                                                     Pringle voiced support this week       the river during the borough’s
                                                                                                                     for plans to dredge the Shark          dredge project. It is being
                                                                                                                     River Bay channels and store the       reduced in size to make way for
                                                                                                                     materials in a closed landfill in      the landscape berm.
                                                                                                                     Neptune.                                 Mayor Pringle said the berm
                                                                                                                        However, the mayor said the         will include a small containment
                                                                                                                     measure will have little effect on     area to hold the maintenance
                                                                                                                     Belmar since the borough               dredge spoils from the river. That
                                                                                                                     already dredged portions of the        area will be invisible to those
                                                                                                                     Shark River in preparation for its     passing by since it will be land-
                                                                                                                     ongoing Belmar Marina renova-          scaped on all sides, he said.
                                                                                                                     tion project.
                                                                                                                        “But I think it’s an extremely
                                                                                                                     positive development for the
                                                                                                                     long-term health of the Shark
                                                                                                                     River and the overall benefit to
                                                                                                                     the communities that surround
                                                                                                                     the river,” he said.
                                                                                     MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
                                                                                                                        The mayor attended a press
    Guests attending last Saturday’s Irish American Democratic Picnic at the Friendly Sons of the
                                                                                                                     conference on Monday in
  Shillelagh Club in Belmar [above] kept cool from the hot summer sun under a tent.
                                                                                                                     Neptune,       where       officials
                                                                                                                     unveiled a plan to dry the dredge

 Belmar police report recent activity                                                                                materials near Camp Evans in
                                                                                                                     Wall Township and store them at
                                                                                                                     a closed landfill in Neptune [see
   The Belmar Police Department           • On July 4, Officers Vitello and   Vincent Graham arrested Daniel         related story, front page].
reported the following activity in     Campbell arrested Raphael De-          Sabella, 29, Hackensack, on a             Mayor Pringle is a member of
the borough:                           Souza, 22, Kearny, on an out-          charge of disorderly conduct. He       the      Shark       River      Bay
   • On July 8, Officer Darian         standing warrant out of Kearny.        was released on his own recog-         Environmental             Planning
Vitello and Sgt. Harry Harsin          The warrant was issued for con-        nizance.                               Committee, which is comprised
arrested Victor Conover, 34,           tempt of court in the amount of           • On July 3, Sgt. Tom Cox and       of the mayors of the five munici-
Freehold, on a charge of criminal      $120.                                  Officer Lee arrested a 15-year-old     palities bordering the river. The
trespassing. He was released on           • On July 4, Special Officer        male juvenile as a runaway. He         mayors said they wanted to take
his own recognizance.                  Donald Perkins arrested Curry          was turned over to his parents.        action on the dredge material
   • On July 8, Officers Cliff Aker    Abbott, 54, Neptune City, on a            • On July 2, Officer Vitello
                                                                                                                     management plan in considera-
and Tina Scott arrested William        charge of driving while intoxicat-     arrested Genise Carter, 24,
                                                                                                                     tion of the development that is
Doerrler, 73, Belmar, on a charge      ed [DWI]. He was released on his       Belmar, on an outstanding warrant
                                                                                                                     expected to occur within the
of possessing a weapon, which          own recognizance.                      out of Neptune City. The warrant
                                                                                                                     coming years in that area and to
was an imitation firearm. He was          • On July 4, Special Officer        was issued for contempt of court
                                                                                                                     prevent the river from drying up.
released on his own recognizance.      Paul Smikevocus arrested Claude        in the amount of $856.
                                                                                                                        “Had there been a plan 10
   • On July 7, Officer Daniel         Taylor, 29, Freehold, at Dempsey          • On July 2, Officers Lynch and
Lynch and Sgt. William Aker            Park on a charge of simple assault.    Nick Walsifer arrested Jerellyn        years ago, it would have saved
arrested Crystal Walker, 21, and       He was released on his own recog-      King, 25, Lake Como, on an out-        Belmar’s taxpayers a great deal
Bonnie Walker, 45, both of             nizance.                               standing warrant out of Belmar.        of expense and effort,” Mayor
Belmar, on charges of simple              • On July 4, Special Officer        The warrant was issued for con-        Pringle said this week.
assault. They were released on         Paul Chevance arrested Dustin          tempt of court in the amount of           He noted Belmar will continue
their own recognizance.                Behne, 24, New Brunswick, on a         $5,000.                                to perform its own maintenance
   • On July 7, Officers Gregory       charge of disorderly conduct. He          • On July 2, Det. Pringle and       dredging of the river with a
Desserich, Vitello and Aker            was released on his own recog-         Officer Mark Walsifer arrested         dredger the borough previously
arrested George Predham, 56,           nizance.                               Alex Rodriguez, 32, Mt. Holly,         purchased.
homeless, on an outstanding war-          • On July 4, Officer Mark           on a charge of disorderly conduct.        Roughly 1,000 to 2,000 cubic
rant out of Atlantic City. The war-    Walsifer and Det. Sean Pringle         He was released on his own recog-      yards of dredge materials will be
rant was issued for contempt of        arrested Kevin Kelly, 34, Brick        nizance.                               dredged from the river annually,
court in the amount of $1600.          Township, at the Belmar Marina            • On July 2, Lt. Thomas             and stored in what the mayor
   • On July 7, Special Officer        on charges of eluding, obstruction     Palmisano arrested Rocco J.            referred to as a “landscape
Chris Hubert arrested Arthur           and possession of drug parapher-       Giordano, 22, Staten Island, N.Y.,     berm.”
Perrine, 48, Belmar, on outstand-      nalia. Bail was set at $40,500.        on charges of resisting arrest and        The large berm — much of
ing warrants out of Belmar, Lake          • On July 4, Special Officer Dan    obstruction. Bail was set at           which already has been hauled
Como and Red Bank. The war-            Merrill arrested John Cannizzaro,      $1,000.                                away — was placed in the mari-
rants were issued for contempt of      53, Holmdel, on charges of simple         • On June 29, Sgt. Aker and
court totalling $1,084.                assault, resisting arrest and          Officer Aker arrested Robert
   • On July 7, Officer Ryan Nolan     obstruction. He was released on        Pahlck Jr., 47, Belmar, on an out-
arrested Vito Caravella Jr., 24,       his own recognizance.                  standing warrant from Monmouth
Staten Island, N.Y., on an out-           • On July 4, Officer Vitello        County Superior Court. The war-
standing warrant out of Belmar.        arrested Robert Meade, 55,             rant was issued for contempt of
The warrant was issued for con-        Elizabeth, at Belmar Plaza on a        court.
tempt of court in the amount of        charge of disorderly conduct. He          • On June 29, Special Officer
$450.                                  was released on his own recog-         Hubert and Officer Scott arrested
   • On July 7, Officer Michael        nizance.                               Nicole Perilli, 20, Hamilton, at the
Campbell arrested Sylvester               • On July 4, Special Officer        Little Red Barn on a charge of
Tillman, 20, Spring Lake, on out-      Felenczyk        arrested     Casey    possession of false identification.
standing warrants out of Belmar        Dunham, 25, West Keansburg, on         She was released on her own rec-
and Lake Como. The warrants            charges         of       possessing    ognizance.
were issued for contempt of court      CDS/cocaine and simple assault.           • On June 29, Special Officer
totalling $666.                           • On July 3, Special Officer        Craig Breiner arrested Blake
   • On July 6, Special Officer        Nick Cartmell arrested Melissa         Johnson, 20, Point Pleasant, and
Alison McFall arrested Janice          Harrah, 20, South Plainfield, on       Joseph Mesgleski, 21, Point
D’Elia, 50, Wall Township, at the      charges of simple assault, aggra-      Pleasant Beach, on charges of
Boathouse Bar & Grill on a charge      vated assault and resisting arrest.    simple assault. They were
of disorderly conduct. She was         Bail was set at $20,500.               released on their own recog-
released on her own recognizance.         • On July 3, Officers Vitello,      nizance.
   • On July 6, Special Officer        Lynch and Nick Walsifer arrested          • On June 29, Special Officers
Diana       Felenczyk       arrested   Ross Narucki, 22, Verona, on a         Brian Burton, Kevin Bowes and
Jonathan Malave, 23, Marlboro,         charge of disorderly conduct. He       Cartmell        arrested     Kevin
on a charge of disorderly conduct.     was released on his own recog-
He was released on his own recog-      nizance.
nizance.                                  • On July 3, Special Officer          See BELMAR, page 40
   • On July 6, Officer Vitello
arrested Lester Reiff, 49, Ocean
Township, on a charge of disor-
derly conduct. He was released on
his own recognizance.
   • On July 5, Officer Daniel
Lynch and Sgt. Harsin arrested
Brett Pandelo, 26, Belmar, on an
outstanding warrant out of
Belmar. The warrant was issued
for contempt of court in the
amount of $240.
   • On July 5, Officers Todd Lee
and Campbell arrested two female
juveniles, both 16, on charges of
shoplifting at The Beach Nut. The
girls were turned over to their par-
   • On July 5, Officer Christopher
Lynch arrested two male juve-
niles, both 17, on charges of
Alcoholic Beverage Control viola-
tions by possessing alcohol under-
age. They were turned over to
their parents/guardians.
   • On July 4, Officers Vitello and
Campbell arrested Nicholas
Paulozzo, 20, Parsippany, on an
outstanding warrant out of
Morristown. The warrant was
issued for contempt of court in the
amount of $250.
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                                                                                         Sea Girt

                                                                                                                             Irish Festival set
                                                                                                                            for September 17
                                                                                                                                 By Brian O’Keefe              officer who also founded Black
                                                                                                                            The seventh annual Jersey          47. Seanchai will be the last band
                                                                                                                         Shore Irish Festival will be held     to play. “All the songs tell a
                                                                                                                         on Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Sea      story,” said Mr. Sullivan.
                                                                                                                         Girt Army Camp.                          All this music will be playing
                                                                                                                            This year, Kevin P. McCabe is      on two different stages during
                                                                                                                         the festival chiefton. Mr.            the festival.
                                                                                                                         McCabe is the former New                 Besides music, there is also a
                                                                                                                         Jersey Commissioner of Labor &        children’s area and a beer gar-
                                                                                                                         Workforce Development. He is a        den.
                                                                                         LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star   member of the Colonel David B.           There will be an Irish Heritage
  The Sea Girt Community Appeal kicked off their annual fund-raiser this month. The appeal allows                        Kelly      Ancient     Order     of   Center at the festival with speak-
residents to make a single annual donation to benefit many non-profit groups.                                            Hibernians of South Amboy. He         ers. The speakers will talk about
                                                                                                                         is also a member of the Friendly      the Great Famine and the Irish

Community Appeal seeks annual donations                                                                                  Sons of the Shillelagh Jersey
                                                                                                                         Shore Chapter in Belmar.
                                                                                                                            The Irish Festival is organized
                                                                                                                                                               language. There will also be a
                                                                                                                                                               civil war re-enactment at the cen-
                                                                                                                                                               ter, as well as three bagpipe
   Sea Girt residents continue to        these agencies through this single         The Sea Girt Community Appeal        by the Ancient Order of               bands.
send in generous donations to the        appeal, independent fund drives by      is a non-profit organization that       Hibernians (AOH) of Monmouth             The day will begin at 10 a.m.
Sea Girt Community Appeal,               agencies are virtually eliminated.      acknowledges contributions of           County.                               with a Mass held in Irish.
according to organizers.                    The Appeal states that it distrib-   $250 or more in writing.                   It happens on Saturday, Sept.      Celebrant Father Daniel Cahill
   Contributions to the 2003-2004        utes 97 percent of contributions to        Some of the charities that receive   17, from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m., rain    from St. Anne’s Parish in
campaign totalled $26,590.               participating agencies, with the        funding include: The Leukemia &         or shine.                             Keansburg will celebrate the
   The Sea Girt Community Appeal         remaining 3 percent going to cover      Lymphoma Society, American                 Music will be provided             Mass. Father Cahill grew up in
was founded over 43 years ago and        campaign expenses. Over the last        Heart Association, American             throughout the day, including in      Ireland. The St. Anne’s bell choir
has been supporting local charities      six years, residents have given         Diabetes Association, American          a separate pavilion where they do     will also perform; both children
that provide essential services in the   $136,049, which went to area char-      Red Cross, the Association for          Ceili dancing. The band that will     and adults are in this choir, and
Monmouth County area. The list of        ities.                                  Retarded Citizens and the               be playing the Irish dance music      they play bells with white gloves
agencies is long and consists most-         The Community Appeal asks            Alzheimer’s Association, to name a      that the Ceili dancing can            while singing.
ly of medical foundations.               families who are new to the bor-        few.                                    accompany is called the Patti            Tickets are available at the
However, the appeal does send            ough to consider making donations          “It gives the community an           Furlong Band. There is no             Friendly Sons, the Irish Center in
money to the Boy Scouts/Girl             to this annual appeal. They feel that   opportunity to fund many charities      singing in the band, but the          Spring Lake, Stewart’s of Kearny
Scouts organization.                     it is a fine Sea Girt tradition. The    through a single donation, once a       instruments include accordion,        on Drum Point Road in Brick,
   Donors may write-in a charity or      Appeal organizers want residents to     year,” said Philip A. Passalaqua,       violin and elbow pipes.               and Stewart’s of Kearny in Point
foundation of their choice. The          remember that no amount is too          who is co-chairman of the Sea Girt         The Master of Ceremonies for       Pleasant Beach.
Appeal claims that by supporting         small or too large.                     Community Appeal.                       the festival will be Joe Finn, and       The festival will also feature
                                                                                                                         he will sing songs in between the     an Irish shopping village and tra-
                                                                                                                         various musical acts that will        ditional Irish foods.
                                                                                                                         play at the festival.
                                                                                                                            Guiness is the official sponsor
                                                                                                                         of the festival this year.
                                                                                                                            Among the many bands play-
                                                                                                                         ing at the event will be New York
                                                                                                                         City band Black 47. Black 47 is
                                                                                                                         an Irish rock band, and they
                                                                                                                         include elbow pipes among their
                                                                                                                         instruments. They are very popu-
                                                                                                                         lar in the area and their songs are
                                                                                                                         about the history of Ireland and
                                                                                                                         growing up in New York City.
                                                                                                                         They have a tremendous follow-
                                                                                                                         ing in the northeastern U.S.,
                                                                                                                         according to festival publicist
                                                                                                                         Bill Young.
                                                                                                                            Another band that will play is
                                                                                                                         called the Bogside Rogues. They
                                                                                                                         are an Irish American band from
                                                                                                                         Philadelphia. They are an ener-
  Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce 14th annual Spinnaker Awards for service to the                              getic young band, and they play
Community will be presented on Nov. 10 at Branches to Jerry Murphy [above, from left] of Murphy                          traditional Irish ballads and Irish      The Coast Star
Realty Preferred Homes, Corporate Good Neighbor; Sea Girt resident and Monmouth County Surrogate                         rebel music.                                     welcomes
Marie Muhler, Elected Official of the Year; Monmouth County Vocational School District Board of                             The Round the House Band               information about local
Education President Clement Sommers, Appointed Official of the Year; Steve Bidgood of the Salt Creek                     also will play, and they play Irish       clubs and organizations!
Grille, Volunteer of the Year, Joe Scalise of the Lakewood BlueClaws, Community Service Award and                        ballads and rebel songs. Kevin           Send your release to:
Dr. Eugene Cheslock of the Parker Family Health Center, Non-Profit Organization of the Year.                             Guiren is the lead singer.              13 Broad St., Manasquan 08736
                                                                                                                            The Bantry Boys from                          or call
       Marie Muhler named a                                                                                              Bayonne, a popular Irish band,
                                                                                                                         will also play.
                                                                                                                            Also, a Celtic hip hop band

       Spinnaker award winner
                                                                                                                         called Seanchai will play. They
                                                                                                                         are not everyone’s cup of tea,
                                                                                                                         according to Jack Sullivan, the
                                                                                                                         general chairman of the festival
   The Eastern Monmouth Area             West Long Branch.                       nity without interruption since         and the state president of the
Chamber of Commerce has                    The Eastern Monmouth Area             1928. To learn more, call 732-          Ancient Order of Hibernians.
announced the winners of its 2005        Chamber of Commerce has been            741-0055 or visit         The lead singer of Seanchai is a
Spinnaker Awards, to be present-         serving business and the commu-                                                 former New York City police
ed at the Celebration of
Community Spirit in November,
when the Chamber honors those
who give of themselves to make
life better for everyone in eastern
Monmouth County.
   Volunteer of the Year went to
Steve      Bidgood,     Managing
Partner, Salt Creek Grille,
   Elected Official of the Year
went to Sea Girt resident Marie S.
Muhler, Monmouth County
   Appointed Official of the Year
went to Clement V. Sommers,
President, Monmouth County
Vocational School District Board
of Education.
   Community Service Award for
a company with fewer than 50
employees went to The Lakewood
   Corporate Good Neighbor for a
company with more than 50
employees went to Murphy
Realty Preferred Homes.
   Non-Profit Organization of the
Year went to Parker Family
Health Center in Red Bank.
   “These winners truly represent
the Chamber’s Celebration of
Community Spirit,” said Lynda
Rose, president of the Eastern
Monmouth Area Chamber. “We
are privileged to honor them with
the Spinnaker Award for people
who make a difference.”
   Presentation of the awards will
be made at the 14th Annual
Spinnaker Awards Dinner on
Thursday, Nov. 10 at Branches in
                                                                                                      THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                  PAGE 19

                                                                                   Sea Girt

                                                                             PACKMAN performs                                                               Sea Girt
                                                                               at Sea Girt picnic                                                          Community
                                                                                    By Brian O’Keefe
                                                                               Project PACKMAN, the anti-
                                                                                                                 blies to individual grades. All stu-
                                                                                                                 dents who join the group have to
                                                                            drug youth band organized by Sea     take an oath that they will be drug-
                                                                            Girt Ptl. Robert Melendez, played    free.
                                                                            its third show of the summer            Ptl. Melendez is optimistic           To submit a calendar listing or
                                                                            Sunday at the Sea Girt Family        about recruiting more teens to the        Sea Girt news story, e-mail
                                                                            Picnic.                              group, and he said that now that
                                                                               “It went fantastic,” Ptl.         he can show video footage of
                                                                            Melendez said. “The kids did a       PACKMAN’s concerts this year, it              Garden Tour
                                                                            great job.”                          should attract more students.          P.L.A.N.T.     (the     Sea    Girt
                                                                               Ptl. Melendez started the band       Other police officers involved      Beautification Committee) is
                                                                            for seventh-graders through high     in Project PACKMAN include             pleased to announce their second
                                                                            school seniors last October. It      Det. Sgt. James Clayton of             September Garden Tour. The date
                                                                            aims to give local teenagers an      Neptune City Police Department         is Saturday, Sept. 10. Any resident
                                                                            outlet to express themselves while   and Ptl. Casey Willms of               who would like to include their
                                                                            teaching them about the dangers      Brookdale Community College            garden in the tour should call 732-
                                                                            of drug abuse. PACKMAN stands        Police.                                449-9504.
                                                                            for Police And Community Kids’          The project has been a great                         ~

  Manasquan VFW Post Commander Jim Elward [above, center]
                                                                            Music Against Narcotics.             success, according to Ptl.              Dragons & Dreams
                                                                               The band has been practicing      Melendez.                                 Help us celebrate the end of a
and Service Officer Bud Atno [above, left] gave Director Mark               every week, on Friday nights dur-       “It’s amazing,” he said. “You
Clemmensen of the National Guard Training Center in Sea Girt a                                                                                          summer well-spent reading, and
                                                                            ing the school year and Thursday     can see a difference in not only       join the Children's Department of
special sand chair for use at the Camp’s beach.                             nights in the summer, and it has     how much better they’ve gotten on      the Sea Girt Public Library for
                                                                            also played concerts at the          their instruments … [but] they’re      Picarillo Science Telling's science-
                                                                            Manasquan Fireman’s Fair and         more confident in themselves.
  VFW donates sand                                                          Neptune City Day this summer.
                                                                               Eight children took turns per-
                                                                                                                 They’re more outgoing … They
                                                                                                                 have such a great positive attitude
                                                                                                                                                        telling presentation of "Dragons &
                                                                                                                                                           When? Thursday Aug. 25, at
                                                                            forming at the Sea Girt Family       in what they’re doing.”                3:30 p.m.
chair to training center                                                    picnic.
                                                                               They opened the show with
                                                                            Queen’s “We Will Rock You,”
                                                                                                                    Many of the teens were very
                                                                                                                 shy when they first joined the
                                                                                                                 group, Ptl. Melendez said, and
                                                                                                                                                           Where? Sea Girt Library
                                                                                                                                                        Children's Room.
                                                                                                                                                           Only children over 4 years old
   The Manasquan Veterans of           abled and injured veterans of        with Paul Impellizeri, 14, singing   have become very outgoing.             are allowed. All children who par-
Foreign Wars [VFW] recently            conflicts dating from World War      the lead, Maggie Pakutka, 15, on        Besides practicing their music      ticipate must be able to sit atten-
presented a specially designed,        II through the current Middle        guitar and Jonathan Urbina, 15, on   at each meeting, the teens also talk   tively without a parent.
all-terrain wheelchair to the          East Crisis.                         drums, with others singing back-     about drug incidents in the area          All reading club members
National Guard Training Center            “The need was evident for         up.                                  and about the consequences of the      MUST have their reading records
at Sea Girt for its exclusive use at   such a vehicle,” said Lieutenant        They then played two sets, each   actions of drug abusers, Ptl.          completed and handed in to the
their bathing beach in Sea Girt.       Colonel [Retired] Mark E.            over an hour, featuring songs like   Melendez said. Officers advise the     children's librarian before 4:30
   The beach is used exclusively       Clemmensen, Director of the          “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne,      youngsters on how to avoid drugs.      p.m. on Thursday, August 18 for
by active duty, retired and            National Guard Training Center.      “Basket Case” by Green Day,             Project PACKMAN is seeking          children to receive invitations to
reserve military personnel who         “We reached out to our local vet-    “1985” by Bowling For Soup and       donations to help it cover its lia-    and prizes at the following week's
are registered with the director of    erans and they responded enthu-      “Clocks” by Coldplay.                bility insurance in case someone       celebrations. Invitations will be
the facility. Members of this          siastically to our request.”            They also played older songs      gets hurt. The group’s current cov-    sent to those who have handed in
group include a number of dis-            The Manasquan VFW will act        like “Wipe Out” and “Twist and       erage, through Link’s Insurance        their completed sheets.
                                       as the fund-raising authority for    Shout.”                              on Route 71 in Sea Girt, is good                         ~
                                       more of these “Surf Chairs,”            The performers included           through Oct. 9.
 Smith wins                            according to Jim Elward, Post
                                       Commander. The cost of each
                                                                            Rachel Krohn, 13, who plays vio-
                                                                            lin and sings backup, Anna
                                                                                                                    Project PACKMAN receives
                                                                                                                 support      from     the     South       The Sea Girt Recreation Yoga
                                       chair is $1,495 and interested       McGinty, 13, who sings lead and      Monmouth Community Alliance,           Program holds yoga sessions on
   Mathers                             organizations, other veteran         backup, K.J. Pringle, 14, who        and Roy Metz of Music Makers in        Beacon Beach on Wednesdays,
                                       groups or individuals who wish       plays piano and also works the       Wall has donated sound equip-          Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
 scholarship                           to help disabled veterans in this
                                       way are encouraged to send
                                                                            sound board, Kristyn Habick, 16,
                                                                            who sings and Aimee Raver, 15,
                                                                                                                 ment. Without that equipment, Ptl.
                                                                                                                 Melendez said, the concerts would
                                                                                                                                                        from 8 to 9 a.m. and on Tuesday
                                                                                                                                                        evenings from 6 to 7 p.m.
   Robert Dawson Smith, of Sea         donations to VFW Post 1838, 30       who sings lead.                      not be possible.                          It also holds power yoga ses-
Girt, recently was awarded the         Ridge Ave., Manasquan, 08736.           Sea Girt Class II Special            “It was a great summer,” said       sions every Sunday from 10 to
Charles Mathers Memorial               Mark contributions as “Sand          Officer Ralph Elia also played       Ptl. Melendez. “I know the kids        11:30 a.m. at the Spring Lake
Scholarship. The scholarship is        Chair.” All donations are tax-       guitar at the show, and Ptl.         had a blast. I know that PACK-         Community House on 3rd and
                      given       in   deductible.                          Melendez sang.                       MAN personnel had a great time.        Madison avenues.
                      memory of           For more information, contact        The teens are from Brielle,       I’m definitely looking forward to         All are welcome.
                      C h a r l e s    Bud Atno at 732-528-7877.            Manasquan, Sea Girt and Spring       this fall and years to come … to          For more information call
                      Mathers, who                                          Lake.                                keep our kids drug-free.”              Margo at 732-558-1881.
                      died in the                                              Ptl. Melendez plans to recruit                                                            ~
                      World Trade                                           more band members this fall by                                                  Lighthouse 2005
                      Center terror-                                        going into the schools of every
                      ist attacks on         Amalfa                         sending district to Manasquan                                                        Tours
                      Sept.      11,                                        High School. He speaks at assem-                                               Guided tours of the Sea Girt
                      2001.     The         named to                                                                                                    Lighthouse are conducted 2 to 4
                      scholarship is                                                                                                                    p.m. most Sundays through
                      awarded to            dean’s list                       Leddy earns                                                               November 20, except holiday
    ROBERT                                                                                                                                              weekends. Visitors can go from the
                    the son or
                    daughter of a
                                          Randi Lynn Amalfa, of Sea           degree from                                                               keeper’s office into the living quar-
                                       Girt, was named to the dean’s list                                                                               ters and on up to the tower.
Sea Girt firefighter who has
shown academic and extracurricu-
                                       for the spring 2005 semester at       Fairfield Univ.                                                               An expanded exhibit includes:
                                       the University of Delaware.                                                                                      documents and photographs of Sea
lar success throughout high               Full-time students must earn a       Micaela Winter Leddy, daugh-
school.                                                                                                                                                 Girt’s light keepers, including
                                       3.33 grade point average, with no    ter of Mark and Barbara Leddy of                                            Harriet Yates; a fourth-order
   Mr. Smith will be attending         temporary grades as of June 7, in    Sea Girt, recently graduated cum
Boston College, Chestnut Hill,                                                                                                                          Fresnel lens; artifacts related to the
                                       order to be named to the dean’s      laude with a degree in marketing                                            Morro Castle ship disaster; and res-
Mass. in the fall. He attended Sea     list.                                from      Fairfield   University,
Girt Elementary School and                                                                                                                              cue and historic photos of bygone
                                          Ms. Amalfa is a senior major-     Fairfield, Conn.                                                            Sea Girt.
recently graduated from Christian      ing in elementary teacher educa-        She was a graduate of
Brothers Academy. His intended                                                                                                                             Admission is free. Donations are
                                       tion.                                Manasquan High School.                                                      appreciated. Lighthouse gifts are
major is political science.
                                                                                                                                                        available for purchase.
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                                                                                                                          Chick-a-Boom to play
                                                                                                                          at Main Beach tonight
                                                                                                                                    By Erin Scott               Manasquan, tourism commission
                                                                                                                             Even though summer may be          chairman Ray Summers said.
                                                                                                                                               winding             The band has played at several
                                                                                                                                               down, the        other summer tourism events
                                                                                                                                               Manasquan        hosted by the commission over
                                                                                                                                               To u r i s m     the years, and the group is
                                                                                                                                               Commission       always a crowd-pleaser, Mr.
                                                                                                                                               will contin-     Summers said. He added he
                                                                                                                                               ue its music     hopes area residents and visitors
                                                                                                                                               season by        will turn out to enjoy the music
                                                                                                                             MANASQUAN         rolling out      and will bring lawn chairs or
                                                                                                                               TOURISM         yet another      blankets to make themselves
                                                                                                                             COMMISSION        act     from     comfortable.
                                                                                                                            SUMMER of 2005 their concert           “It should be a fantastic show,”
                                                                                                                                               line-up          said Mr. Summers. “Anyone who
                                                                                                                          tonight.                              loves rock ‘n’ roll or anyone who
            Nick Marino [above, center] was sworn in by Municipal Judge Mark T. Apostolou as the Battalion                   Chick-a-Boom, a well-known         loves to have a good time should-
          Chief of the Asbury Park Fire Department on July 15. Marino, who has been a career firefighter with             area rock and roll band, will per-    n’t miss this show.”
          Asbury Park for 15 years, is also a member of Volunteer Engine Co. No. 2 in Manasquan.                          form tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the         The show is free, as are all the
                                                                                                                          Main      Street     Beach      in    tourism commission events.

           Dominick Marino sworn in as
          Asbury fire dept. Battalion Chief Squan Police report
            Dominick “Nick” Marino, 49,      City Council Chambers, swore           cated.”
          of Point Pleasant, a longtime
          member of Volunteer Engine Co.
                                            recent activity in boro
                                             Mr. Marino in to his new position
                                             on July 15. Mr. Marino, who has
                                                                                       “Nick has a great love for the
                                                                                    traditions and brotherhood of fire
          No. 2 of the Manasquan Fire        been a career firefighter with         service,” said Volunteer Engine
          Department, was recently elevat-   Asbury Park for 15 years, had          Co. No. 2 Secretary Sean Boyle.         Manasquan Police Chief Dan          the theft of a bicycle, reported
          ed to the position of battalion    achieved the rank of captain in        “Nick has always strived to live      Scimeca has reported the follow-      Aug. 5 on East Main Street to Ptl.
          chief of the Asbury Park Fire      2003.                                  up to a higher standard.”             ing activity in the borough for the   Brian Gillespie.
          Department.                           During his time on the job             Battalion Chief Marino is one      period ending Aug. 7:                    • Investigation continues
            Asbury Park Municipal Judge      there, Battalion Chief Marino          of four members of Volunteer            • On Aug. 1, a 17-year-old          regarding a vehicle taken without
          Mark T. Apostolou, presiding in    has been decorated twice with          Engine Co. No. 2 who has made         male juvenile, of Spring Lake         consent, reported Aug. 3 on Main
                                             unit citations and once with a         it to the career ranks of the         Heights, was arrested on East         Street to Ptl. Thomas Morton.
                                             valor award for his actions at a       Asbury Park Fire Department.          Main Street and charged with dis-        • Investigation continues on
                                             November 2004 high rise fire.          Rob Clayton and Brett Nielsen,        orderly conduct and being under       the theft of a bicycle, reported
                                                He has also been a member of        who are also active members of        the influence of alcohol under-       July 31 on East Virginia Avenue
                                             Volunteer Engine Co. No. 2 since       Engine Co. No. 2, currently serve     age. The arrest was made by Lt.       to Special Officer David Sattel.
                                             1975 and is a life member of the       as city firefighter/EMT’s, and        Michael Bauer.                           • Investigation continues on a
                                             organization. Mr. Marino has           former No. 2 member Rich Dryer          • On Aug. 1, Thomas Suhay,          dumpster fire, reported Aug. 3
                                             held numerous line officer posi-       was recently promoted to captain      39 of Brick, was arrested on a        Brielle Road to Ptl. Thomas
                                             tions over the past 30 years and       there.                                warrant by Ptl. Gregory Restivo.      Morton.
                                             currently serves as the captain of        “We are very proud of these          • On Aug. 3, Michelle Miriana,         • Investigation continues on a
                                             the Manasquan Fire Department          guys and their accomplish-            35, of Main Street, Manasquan         simple assault, reported Aug. 1
                                             Dive Unit.                             ments,” Fire Company President        was arrested on a warrant by          on East Main Street to Special
                                                Mr. Marino is considered to be      George Stork said. “They repre-       Special Officer Nicholas Norcia.      Officer Robert Nagle.
                                             one of the departments’ best fire-     sent us and themselves well and         • On Aug. 7, Thomas Karley,            • Investigation continues
                                             fighters, both technically and tra-    their experiences and profession-     41, of Newtown, Pa., was arrest-      regarding the theft of a bicycle,
                                             ditionally, and was described by       alism are an asset to our organi-     ed on Highway 71 and charged          reported July 30 on Brielle Road
                                             his fellow firefighters as “profes-    zation and, by extension, to the      with driving while intoxicated by     to Special Officer Nicholas
                                             sional,” “dependable” and “dedi-       people of Manasquan.”                 Ptl. Gregory Restivo.                 Norcia.
                                                                                                                            • On Aug. 7, Joshua Poole, 23,         • Investigation continues on a
                                                                                                                          of Monroe, was arrested on First      shoplifting incident, reported
                                                                                                                          Avenue and charged with disor-        Aug. 3 on Highway 71 to Sgt.
                                                                                                                          derly conduct and criminal mis-       Randall Craig.

                                             Tourism sandcastle contest                                                   chief by Special Officer Jason
                                                                                                                            • On Aug. 6, Christopher
                                                                                                                                                                   • Investigation continues on a
                                                                                                                                                                case of harassment, reported
                                                                                                                                                                Aug. 4 on Old Squan Road to Lt.
                                                                                                                          Lisanti, 24, of Second Avenue,        Michael Bauer.

                                              set for Aug. 13 in Squan                                                    Manasquan, was arrested on
                                                                                                                          Second Avenue and charged with
                                                                                                                          providing alcohol to minors by
                                                                                                                                                                   • Investigation continues on a
                                                                                                                                                                theft of food, reported Aug. 3 on
                                                                                                                                                                Broad Street to Ptl. Adam Pharo.
                                                Budding architects can throw        can participate, too — it’s just a    Special Officer Jason Slatas.            • Investigation continues on
                                             on their hard hats for the annual      great day.”                             • On Aug. 6, Eric Martinez, 22,     the theft of a bicycle, reported
                                                                    sandcastle-        Registration is from 10 to 11      of Red Bank, was arrested on          July 30 on Brielle Road to
                                                                    building        a.m., with the contest starting at    Main Street and charged with          Special Officer Nicholas Norcia.
                                                                    contest in      11 a.m. sharp. Sandcastle builders    DWI by Ptl. Gregory Restivo.             • Investigation continues on a
                                                                    Manasquan,      will have until 1 p.m. to devise        • On Aug. 7, Charles Bowers,        theft by deception, reported Aug.
                                                                    held by the     and build their masterpiece,          28, of Freeport, N.Y., was arrest-    4 on Minerva Avenue to Special
                                                                    tourism         before the winners are decided.       ed on First Avenue and charged        Officer Richard Parker.
                                                                    commission.     Judging will commence at 1 p.m.,      with disorderly conduct by               • Investigation continues on a
                                                                       The con-     said Mr. Coakley.                     Special Officer David Sattel.         suspicious person, reported Aug.
                                                MANASQUAN           test, which        Organizers prefer that entrants      • On Aug. 7, Chastity Vesceri,      7 on First Avenue to Special
                                                   TOURISM          tourism         in the sandcastle contest use “nat-   29, of Middletown, was arrested       Officer Nicholas Norcia.
                                                COMMISSION          commission      ural materials,” Mr. Coakley said.    on First Avenue and charged with         • Investigation continues
                                               SUMMER of 2005 member Jim            That means, he said, organizers       disorderly conduct and resisting      regarding a case of criminal mis-
                                                                    Coakley         would rather participants use nat-    arrest by Special Officer             chief, reported Aug. 7 on Main
                                             organizes yearly, will take place      ural beach elements, such as          Nicholas Norcia.                      Street to Special Officer Ryan
                                             Saturday,       Aug.      13,     at   seashells, to decorate their sand-      • On Aug. 6, Miguel Perez, 19,      Scott.
                                             Manasquan’s Riddle Way beach.          castles.                              of Freehold, was arrested on             • Investigation continues on
                                             There will be competitions for            The event is organized to coin-    Warren Avenue and charged with        the theft of a bicycle from a
                                             several age groups, he said.           cide with Big Sea Day, an annual      underage possession of alcohol        garage, reported Aug. 5 on Parker
                                                “It’s a great event, and the kids   borough event chock full of fun       by Ptl. Jerry Murphy.                 Avenue to Ptl. William Sutton.
                                             always have a lot of fun,” said Mr.    events for the young and old [see       • On Aug. 6, Rajhan Davis, 23,         • Investigation continues
                                             Coakley this week. “And families       related story].                       of Lakewood, was arrested on          regarding a case of harassment,
                                                                                                                          Second Avenue on a warrant and        reported Aug. 6 on Pike Avenue
                                                                                                                          was charged with obstruction by       to Lt. Michael Bauer.
                                                                                                                          Special Officer Michael Cook.            • Investigation continues on a
                                                                                                                            • On Aug. 6, Marshall Blore,        case of harassment, reported
                                                                                                                          48, of Long Avenue, Manasquan,        Aug. 6 on Manito Road to Ptl.
                                                                                                                          was arrested on Long Avenue and       Gregory Restivo.
                                                                                                                          charged with disorderly conduct,         • Investigation continues on a
                                                                                                                          resisting arrest and simple           simple assault, reported on Aug.
                                                                                                                          assault. The arrest was made by       5 on Beachfront to Ptl. Thomas
                                                                                                                          Special Officer Keith Finkelstein.    Morton.
                                                                                                                            • Investigation continues on
                                                                                                         THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                PAGE 21


  Manasquan                             Planners allow subdivision of parcel on Third Avenue
                                             By Jerry Kimbrough               Tuesday night unanimously voted        house on each lot.                    itself, the Keils do not plan to
  Community                              The Keil family may subdivide
                                       one of the two lots they own along
                                                                              to allow the subdivision.
                                                                                 The family currently owns two
                                                                                                                        That would eliminate an exist-
                                                                                                                     ing nonconformity, attorney Keith
                                                                                                                                                           build any new homes.
                                                                                                                                                               “There is absolutely no new

   Calendar                            Third Avenue, eliminating an
                                       existing nonconformity — the
                                                                              lots, for a total of three homes, on
                                                                              Third Avenue, according to testi-
                                                                                                                     Henderson said, as the Keil family
                                                                                                                     currently has two homes on one
                                                                                                                                                           construction         planned,” Mr.
                                                                                                                                                           Henderson told the planning
                                       presence of two individual homes       mony. The lots’ owner, Janet Keil,     lot — which is not allowed            board.
                                       on one lot, which violates             told the planning board she want-      according to borough zoning               During the hearing, Mr.
                                       Manasquan’s zoning codes. The          ed to subdivide one of those lots to   codes.                                Henderson clarified — while
                                       Manasquan Planning Board last          create three separate lots, with one      Aside from the subdivision         using testimony from Mrs. Keil to
  To submit a calendar listing or                                                                                                                          back up his statements — that a
  Manasquan news story, e-mail                                                                                                                             building at the rear of the property                                                                                                                                 is not a garage apartment, and was
                                                                                                                                                           not used as living space.
     Elks Pancake                       Coin toss a success for Squan First Aid                                                                                There is no plumbing in the
                                                                                                                                                           building, Mrs. Keil said, and her
       Breakfast                          Manasquan First Aid Squad           Chairperson Lynn Roppoli.              squad line officers, smiled when
                                                                                                                                                           husband, Eugene, typically uses
   The Elks will hold a pancake                                                                                                                            the building as a workshop where
                                       members were happy to see the             “It was a definite success,”        they were asked by motorists,
breakfast this Sunday, Aug. 14,                                                                                                                            he keeps his tools. Board Engineer
                                       summer traffic along Main Street       remarked Mr. Hingston, who             “How do you get to the Parkway?”
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                    Elissa Commins confirmed that,
                                       and Route 71 for a change on           spent time at the change machine       or “Where’s a good place to have
   Your choice of pancakes,                                                                                                                                as she had visited the workshop
                                       Saturday.                              at Manasquan Savings Bank con-         breakfast?” as their donations
french toast, scrambled eggs or                                                                                                                            and seen Mrs. Keil’s husband
                                          The crossroad was the site of       verting the coin donations to cred-    clanged in the cans.
omelets.                                                                                                                                                   doing work in the building with
                                       the squad's annual coin toss,          it slips for the squad. “We want to       The coin toss came amidst the
   Adults are $6, and children                                                                                                                             his tools.
                                       although the actual “tossing” of       thank everyone who donated             squad's annual 2005 mail-out fund
under 6 are only $3.                                                                                                                                           Mrs. Keil said her two daugh-
                                       any coins is now prohibited due to     Saturday morning,” he said.            drive.
   All are invited to the Elks                                                                                                                             ters will buy one of the homes, on
                                       potential hazards.                        “People dumped ash trays of            Donations can also be mailed to
Lodge located at 17 Stockton                                                                                                                               the southern-most lot that will be
                                          Squad members lined the             coins or gave dollar bills or some     the Squad's building at 65 Broad
Lake Blvd.                                                                                                                                                 created by the subdivision.
                                       streets and wove through traffic       more” said Ms. Roppoli. “It was a      St., Manasquan, or dropped into
                 ~                                                                                                                                             “They would be happy to buy
                                       stopped at the lights for four hours   lot of work, but actually fun to       the donation mail box at that
                                                                                                                                                           it,” she said.
  Museum Hosts                         armed with converted paint cans,       hear all the comments and words        address.
                                                                                                                                                               Mr. Henderson suggested incor-
                                       which were created by President        of thanks from the people.”
 Historical Display                    Rich Hingston and Event                   Su Miscia and Lynne Miller,
                                                                                                                                                           porating an easement into the
                                                                                                                                                           plan, if it was approved, for a
   The Squan Village Historical
                                                                                                                                                           shared common driveway, located
Society Bailey-Reed House
                                                                                                                                                           between two of the homes. That
Museum will be open this
                                                                                                                                                           would help preserve on-street
Sunday, Aug. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                           parking in that area, he said.
In addition to the regular tour, the
                                                                                                                                                               He said the proposal to subdi-
museum will have a special dis-
                                                                                                                                                           vide did not negatively impact the
play with unique merchandise
                                                                                                                                                           surrounding area in any way, and
depicting “Apparel of a Bygone
                                                                                                                                                           in fact eliminated a fairly substan-
                                                                                                                                                           tial existing nonconformity —
   Admission is free. For more
                                                                                                                                                           having two homes on a single lot.
information, call 732-223-6770.
                                                                                                                                                               “It    isn’t   perfect,”    Mr.
                 ~                                                                                                                                         Henderson said. “But it’s about as
   Project Healthy                                                                                                                                         good as we can do, given what’s
   The health ministries at the
Manasquan United Methodist
Church and the Manasquan
Presbyterian Church are looking
for volunteers to be trained as
peer leaders to conduct a weekly
six-month-long exercise pro-
gram. Project Healthy Bones is a
osteoporosis exercise and educa-
tion program for older women              Manasquan First Aid Squad President Rich Hingston [above, right] dropped a donation in a mod-
and men at risk for, or who have,      ified paint can held by Event Chairperson Lynn Roppoli, during the squad’s annual coin toss last
osteoporosis. Training will be         weekend at the intersection of Main Street and Route 71 in Manasquan.
held     at     the   Manasquan
Presbyterian Church on Aug. 17
and 18. Pre-registration is
required. A $30 fee covers the
                                                          Getting Ready For The Bazaar
cost of the weights and the work-
   Call Mary L. Mills at 732-449-
6209 or Alice Bramhall at 732-
223-7336 for more information,
or to register.
MHS Class of 1985
Seeks Graduates
   In preparation for a Nov. 26
Manasquan High School class of
1985 reunion, organizers are try-
ing to compile a full list of fellow
1985 MHS graduates.
   Organizers need updated con-
tact information — e-mail
addresses or phone numbers —
and current home addresses of
class of 1985 graduates. Send an
email to
or call Jennifer Harry-Abrecht at
732-223-2430, Jackie Brothers-
Crines at 732-722-8137, or Pam                                                                                             MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
Johnson-Herrmann at 732-292-                Members of the Manasquan Woman’s Club, including Second Vice President Barbara
0009.                                    Crosson [above, from left], First Vice President Sally Detjen, President Barbara Molteni and
                  ~                      member Joan Shields, have been working hard to set up this year’s summer bazaar, held annu-
      Class of 1949                      ally in August by the club.
      Lunch Date
   The Manasquan High School
Class of 1949 meets on the last
Tuesday of every month for
lunch at noon at Charlie Brown’s
Restaurant, 601 Route 71,
   Classmates from other years
also have been attending — all
are welcome. For more informa-
tion, call Marilyn Harvey at 732-
449-6546 or Dick Napoliton at
   The     Manasquan         Public
Library is selling copies of the
popular 2005 entertainment
coupon book through the end of
the year.
   The book contains hundreds of
“50 percent off” and “two for
one” discount offers. All offers
can be used now.
   The books cost $30 — a por-
tion of the sale will go to support
the library. For more informa-
tion, call Margo Petersen at 732-
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          Planners OK outdoor                                                                        Open For Business
          dining at Simko’s Grill                                                                                                                                       Community
                      By Kara Lott
             The owner of Simko’s Grill in
                                                  restaurant is allowed to remain
                                                  open until 11 p.m.                                                                                                     Calendar
          Brielle will be allowed to construct       Board member Thomas Nolan,
          an addition for outdoor dining after    Brielle’s borough administrator,
          the Brielle Planning Board              commented that noise is not inher-
          approved a minor site plan applica-     ently a land-use issue. He suggest-                                                                                   To submit a calendar listing or
          tion for the establishment Tuesday      ed allowing the governing body to                                                                                       Brielle news story, e-mail
          night.                                  regulate the hours of operation for                                                                            
             As a condition of the approval,      Simko’s outside area for more flex-
          board members stipulated the bor-       ibility.
          ough council will be given authori-        If a problem arose, Mr. Nolan                                                                                      River Queen Trip
          ty to amend the hours of operation      said, the governing body could
                                                                                                                                                                        The Brielle Parks and
          of the outside dining area when         bring Mr. Simko in for a hearing.
                                                                                                                                                                      Recreation Commission is hold-
          reviewing the restaurant’s liquor       Or, if Mr. Simko wants in the
                                                                                                                                                                      ing an adult three-hour trip on the
          license renewal every year.             future to extend the outside hours,
                                                                                                                                                                      River Queen, based out of
             Simko’s owner Michael Simko          he would be able to come before
                                                                                                                                                                      Bogan’s Basin, on Aug. 26.
          proposed closing the area off to        the council instead of having to
                                                                                                                                                                        The boat leaves at 7 p.m. The
          new patrons at 10 p.m. and shutting     apply for an amended site plan
                                                                                                                                                                      cost is $50 per person, which
          the panels and roof every night at      with the planning board, Mr. Nolan
                                                                                                                                                                      includes buffet dinner, cocktails
          11 to seal the addition off from the    said.
                                                                                                                                                                      and entertainment by a disc jock-
          outside.                                   The board agreed with Mr.                                                         JUSTIN BACH, The Coast Star    ey.
             His       attorney,      Timothy     Nolan’s suggestion. There was              Michael Belmont [above, second from right] recently cele-                  Guests must register with
          Middleton, told the board the pro-      then some discussion on what kind       brated the grand opening of his store, Bagels By Michael,
          posed Plexiglass panels on the                                                                                                                              Sherri at borough hall. Limited
                                                  of music would be allowed in the        located at 602 Higgins Ave., Brielle, with members of the
          north and south sides of the build-     outdoor area.                                                                                                       space is available. Checks should
                                                                                          Brielle council and his family, including Austin Belmont                    be made payable to Brielle
          ing — facing Higgins Avenue and            Mr. Simko and board members          [from left], Councilman Timothy Shaak, Lisa Belmont, Daniel
          Gull Lane — would be permanent,         agreed dinner music would be                                                                                        Recreation.
                                                                                          Belmont, Marilyn Belmont, Councilwoman Gina Murdoch,                                         ~
          while panels on the northwest side      piped in from the restaurant to the     Councilman Paul Nolan and Michael Belmont Jr.
          could slide open for diners’ enjoy-     outdoor area. Live music would                                                                                        Summer Concerts
          ment in the warmer weather. The         only be allowed for private parties                                                                                    Brielle Recreation will once
          roof would also be retractable, he      in the room when it is enclosed,                                                                                    again hold its annual summer
             But Sue Brady, who chairs the
          planning board, raised concerns
                                                  Mr. Simko said.
                                                     The area will be heated and air
                                                  conditioned. The addition will be
                                                                                        Summer rec wraps up                                                           concert series on Monday nights
                                                                                                                                                                      at 7 p.m. at the Green Acres park
          with Simko’s proposal to close the
          area off at 11 p.m. due to the poten-
          tial noise impact on neighboring
                                                  used for dining only and a bar is
                                                  prohibited in the space, the board
                                                  said. Members also barred patrons
                                                                                         successful program                                                              • Aug. 15, Fred Lehotay and
                                                                                                                                                                      The “Ragtimers” — Back by pop-
                                                                                                                                                                      ular demand, an upbeat perfor-
          residents.                              from using the room as a waiting                                                                                    mance of fabulous roaring 1920s
                                                                                           The Brielle summer recreation       included as coach Elwood Malick
             The application first came           area and stipulated that they must                                                                                  sing-along songs.
                                                                                        program wrapped up its slate of        visited Brielle’s program for a
          before the board in July and            enter or leave only through the                                                                                        • Aug. 22, Nicole D’Angelo —
                                                                                        activities with a talent show and      clinic in basketball, and coaches
          received mixed reaction from bor-       building’s two current doors. No                                                                                    Soft rock, pop, jazz and
                                                                                        family picnic last Friday at the       from the Manasquan Hockey Club
          ough residents and business own-        additional on-site lighting is per-                                                                                 Broadway tunes.
                                                                                        Brielle Elementary School.             Street Hockey Camp taught the
          ers. Some worried about possible        mitted.                                                                                                                • Aug. 29, Yosi — Bring the
                                                                                           Summer yearbooks were               finer points. Instruction in the
          noise from the addition, while oth-        The application was unanimous-                                                                                   kids out for a fun evening in the
                                                                                        passed out and goodbyes were           basics of lacrosse was also
          ers spoke in support of Mr. Simko       ly approved.                                                                                                        park.
                                                                                        said as more than 300 children         offered. Marty Quigley ran a
          and the improvements he has                                                                                                                                                   ~
                                                                                        waved farewell to friends and          three-on-three mini-soccer tourna-
          already made to this area of town.
             On Tuesday Ms. Brady said
                                                     Linneweber                         counselors.                            ment and in the background there             Riverview
                                                                                           This year’s calendar of activi-     was the ever-popular Nok-
          Mr. Simko had received “a lot of           earns degree                       ties, spread out over six weeks,       Hockey.
          support” from his neighbors, but
          added she would like to see a com-         from Loyola                        was perhaps the most widely var-          Crazy Hat Day, a sandcastle             Exercise/Bocce
                                                                                        ied it has ever been. Field trips to   contest, a cheerleading exhibition,       Brielle’s Riverview Seniors
          promise on the 11 p.m. closing
          time of the area to the outside.           Jacylene Linneweber, the           Ocean Lanes for bowling, Batt-n-       the annual Brielle Pet Show, base-     gather for exercise Mondays,
             Mr. Simko said he felt he had a      daughter of Jill and Randall          Putt in Point Pleasant for golf,       ball card trivia and even water-       Wednesdays and Fridays at the
          way to stop the noise at any time       Linneweber, of Brielle, recently      Citizens      Bank       Park     in   melons on the Fourth of July all       Curtis House from 9:15 to 10:15
          by closing the sliding panels,          graduated from Loyola College,        Philadelphia for a Phillies game       added to the fun.                      a.m., with a free blood pressure
          unlike the other restaurants in the                         Maryland.         and Middlebrook Theatre for a             But when a truck from the           check every Wednesday. All are
          borough with open outdoor dining                               She gradu-     viewing of “Lemony Snicketts”          Brielle Fire Department rolled up      invited to attend; call Jessie
          areas. He said he thought imposing                          ated with a       were among the highlights.             to hose down the children on one       Eubank at 732-528-1933 for more
          an earlier closing time on his busi-                        3.455 cumu-          Arts and crafts were offered on     sultry morning and New Jersey          information.
          ness was unfair given his favorable                         lative average    virtually every day of the pro-        Partyworks appeared with a vari-          In addition, bocce and shuffle-
          history with the town.                                      and       was     gram. Under the direction of           ety of water rides, the real fun       board will be played Thursdays at
             Mr. Simko noted the outdoor                              named to the      Abigail DeForge and with assis-        began. Add to the mix a visit from     5 p.m. throughout the summer.
          dining area of Brielle’s Riverhouse                         dean’s     list   tance from Courtney Thibeault,         balloon-tying specialist Bubbles       For questions about the games,
                                                                      both semes-       the children made everything from      the Clown and twice-weekly visits      the timing or weather cancella-
                                                                      ters of her       Christmas decorations to sand art      from Tom the Ice Cream Man and         tions, call Lucille Bilella at 732-
                                                                      senior year.      and bead art. T-shirts were tie-       one can easily see that the partici-   528-6053 or Betty Gunning at
                                                     JACYLENE            In April,      dyed and faces were painted.           pants enjoyed a memorable sum-         732-528-5253.
                                                  LINNEWEBER Jacylene was               Impressionist       artwork     was    mer. Over 181 children, on aver-                          ~
                                                                                        remarkably replicated by more          age, attended each day.
                                                                      inducted into
                                                                                        advanced students as Debra                The counselor staff included
                                                  Lambda Pi Eta, the National
                                                  Communication         Association     Staziak of the Aspiring Young          George “GT” Thibeault, Jared                  Sweatshirts
                                                  Honor Society.                        Artists program made a guest           Morris and Dave McKay, who               The education committee of the
                                                     During the winter semester, she    appearance. Theme events such as       were assisted by junior counselors     Woman’s Club of Brielle is cur-
                                                  was also an intern working with       Star Wars Day, Harry Potter Day        Alexandra Miller, Lorissa Reto,        rently selling sweatshirts with an
                                                  the Cal Ripkin Sr. Foundation,        and the American Girl Doll Day         Mike Denniston, Krista Duerr,          original “Jersey Shore” logo.
                                                  Baltimore. This foundation is a       also inspired much interest.           Emily        Bessemer,       Kevin     Sales will go to benefit the club’s
                                                  non-profit organization helping          A varied sports schedule was        Gambrino, Brent Effenberger,           scholarship fund.
                                                  with underprivileged youth in the     offered by director Kim Pellerito.     Elise Kelly, Bryson McTighe and          Sweatshirts are available in
                                                  Baltimore area.                       She included touch football, whif-     Kerrin Galinis. Matt Conte and         children’s and adult sizes, and
                                                     Jacylene received her bache-       fleball, stickball, street hockey      Landon Reto volunteered their          may be ordered by calling 732-
                                                  lor’s degree in communications.       and basketball, often against other    time as associate counselors. Rick     528-8105.
                                                     She is a 2001 graduate of          towns and their recreation teams.      Trimble served as program direc-
                                                  Manasquan High School.                   Instructional clinics were often    tor for the 10th annual year.
                                                                                                            THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                 PAGE 23

   Amputees Across America Comes To Brielle                                                                            BOA approves pool for
                                                                                                                       Water’s Edge residents
                                                                                                                                   By Kara Lott               and owner of the property.
                                                                                                                          A proposed pool to be built at         He said many potential buyers
                                                                                                                       the Drawbridge West Townhomes          of the townhomes expressed inter-
                                                                                                                       at Water’s Edge drew concerns at       est in having a pool at the property
                                                                                                                       the Brielle Board of Adjustment        when the developer first was sell-
                                                                                                                       meeting last week from a neighbor      ing the units.
                                                                                                                       who said the pool would be con-           Mr. Henderson said MGM
                                                                                                                       structed too close to her home.        Homes does not yet have a permit
                                                                                                                          The plans eventually were           for the pool as required under the
                                                                                                                       approved by the board, which sub-      Coastal Area Facility Review Act
                                                                                                                       sequently asked the applicant to       [CAFRA], but is completing a
                                                                                                                       either move the filter and pump to     punchlist of items toward that end.
                                                                                                                       the southwest corner of the pool,         “Those items are all in place at
                                                                                                                       away from the neighbors, or            this time,” he said.
                                                                                                                       enclose the equipment so as to            Mr. Henderson noted there was
                                                                                                                       muffle any potential noise it could    a kayak launching area, with a pub-
                                                                                                                       emit.                                  lic area for three parking spaces, as
                                                                                                                          Elizabeth Banka told the board      required by CAFRA under the ini-
                                                                                      MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star    her mother Carmel Portuese, who        tial plans to construct the town-
    Amputees Across America, a group of three amputees making a 4,400-mile transcontinental                            owns a summer bungalow at 316          homes, built at the northeast por-
  bike ride across the country, were welcomed at a reception at The River House in Brielle by The                      Woodland Ave., is right on the         tion of the site.
  Rehabilitation Hospital of New Jersey at Tinton Falls last Thursday. The group included rider                        other side of the townhome proper-        In response to a question by
  Jim Delong [above, second from left] and his wife Trish [from left], Linda Savino of the rehab                       ty. She said the noise from the pool   board member Terre Vitale, Mr.
  hospital, rider Joe Sapere and his wife Janette, Luke Myers [rear], Denice Gaffney of the rehab                      would be disruptive to her mother,     Gilligan said the pool would have
  hospital, and rider Bill Vanover and his wife Trisha. This is the fourth year AAA has made a                         who often entertains family and        no impact on the wetlands since
  cross-country journey. This year’s trio started their ride on June 2 in San Diego and were slat-                     friends outside during the summer.     the pool’s deck would be pitched
  ed to complete the journey yesterday, Aug. 10, at HealthSouth Braintree Rehabilitation                                  But two residents of the town-      toward Debbie’s Creek to the
  Hospital in Boston.                                                                                                  homes, Margaret Frith, 10 Water’s      south.
                                                                                                                       Edge, and Keith Comeforo, 4               He said the pool would be
                                                                                                                       Water’s Edge, said the pool would      closed at 10 p.m. and the applicant

Boro plans drainage improvements                                                                                       not draw a large, party crowd. Mr.
                                                                                                                       Comeforo noted that many of the
                                                                                                                       residents only live there part-time.
                                                                                                                                                              planned to use low-voltage lighting
                                                                                                                                                              to eliminate any effects on the
                                                                                                                          In 2001, the board approved 12         In a memorandum to the board’s

to Riverview Dr., Old Bridge Road                                                                                      townhomes for the site, which are
                                                                                                                       off Fisk Avenue/Brielle Road, for
                                                                                                                       the site where the former
                                                                                                                                                              secretary and Chief Financial
                                                                                                                                                              Officer Karen Brisben, Brielle Sgt.
                                                                                                                                                              Grant Kitchenman, the borough’s
           By Kara Lott                 services and cut costs. He noted       who said he hoped the access            Casablanca nightclub stood.            traffic safety officer, indicated the
   The borough plans to appropri-       that officials in Sea Girt are con-    point would bring relief to bor-        Members granted the applicant a        pool would present no traffic con-
                                                                               ough businesses along Route 70          use variance for the project, since    cerns for the police department.
ate $295,000, which would be            sidering joining the interlocal
                                                                                                                       the area only is zoned for single-        In discussing the neighbors’
used in part for drainage improve-      agreement for the salt dome pro-       that were affected severely by the
                                                                                                                       family residential and not multi-      concerns, board Chairman Michael
ments to Riverview Drive, if a          ject.                                  state’s project to widen the high-
                                                                                                                       housing units. The Casablanca sea-     Gianforte said the pool for the
bond ordinance introduced by the           A public hearing on the bond        way a few years back.
                                                                                                                       sonal liquor license was surren-       townhomes was not much bigger
Brielle Council Monday night is         ordinance is scheduled for Aug.           As part of that project, the state
                                                                                                                       dered by the owner as a part of the    than a household pool.
approved.                               22 at 8 p.m.                           installed a median along the high-
                                                                                                                       deal and no longer is in existence.       Board member Tom Condon
   The proposed ordinance would            On a related note, the council      way that prevented drivers travel-
                                                                                                                          At the board’s Aug. 2 meeting       said the amount of noise from the
bond $280,250, in total. Of the         voted Monday night to amend the        ing northbound from Brick
                                                                                                                       last week, project engineer and        pool filter was “a lot better” than
$295,000 appropriation, $160,000        2005 capital budget by $295,000.       Township into Brielle from legally
                                                                                                                       planner Charles Gilligan testified     what was there — a reference to
would go toward the drainage               In other news from the meeting:     turning southbound until the
                                                                                                                       the proposed pool was permitted in     the former Casablanca night club.
improvements, according to                 • Council members unanimous-        Morningstar Road jughandle in           that zone, but required the board’s       The project was approved unan-
Borough Administrator Thomas            ly approved an ordinance requir-       Wall Township.                          approval via an amended site plan      imously by the zoning board.
Nolan.                                  ing residents and business owners         Brielle Police found drivers         since it is considered an expansion
   He said erosion problems in the      planning to construct a new build-     were turning right from Route 70        of a nonconforming use.
area of Riverview Drive prompted        ing or addition to apply to the bor-   north onto Riverview Drive and             According to the applicant’s
a resident of the street, Thomas        ough’s zoning officer prior to         making illegal u-turns to cross         attorney, Keith Henderson, the pro-
McCrink, to bring the matter to         receiving a construction permit.       back onto Route 70 south, instead       ject was proposed in a joint appli-
the county, since his road is coun-        Once permission for construc-       of traveling a bit further down         cation by the Drawbridge West
ty-owned. But since the county          tion is given, applicants now will     Route 70 to the next jughandle at       Homeowners Association and
determined it also was the bor-         have to to provide the zoning offi-    Morningstar Road. This prompted         MGM Homes, LLC, the developer
ough’s storm drainage system            cer with plot plans to show all        the borough to support the DOT’s
involved, Mr. Nolan said county         flood elevations before breaking       construction of the jughandle at
officials agreed to split the cost —
$80,000 — of the improvements
                                           Grading plans, foundation loca-
                                                                               Riverview Drive.
                                                                                  However, officials and residents
                                                                                                                        Brielle Police
with the borough.                       tion and as-built surveys also will    in Wall Township oppose the              report recent
   He added the problem stems           have to be submitted for any new       jughandle since they said it will
back from the 1960s, when some          construction or addition with a        increase traffic in the area.           activity in boro
of the homes in that area were          foundation area in excess of 500          • Councilwoman Scott said she
developed. Mr. Nolan said records       square feet to an existing building    is working with Councilman Paul            Brielle Police Chief Michael
show officials did discuss improv-      or structure.                          Nolan — who she joked is “com-          Palmer reported the following
ing drainage to meet the needs of          Mr. Nolan said a need for such      puter literate” — on improving the      activity in the borough:
continuing development in that          an ordinance came about after          borough web site.                          • On July 24, Ptl. Michael
area, but no action ever was taken.     several recent incidents in the bor-      She said the work would              Mechler       arrested   Roberto
   Mr. Nolan said the additional        ough involving people building         include making the site more pro-       Grierson, 46, of Maplewood, on a
portion to be allocated by the ordi-    and causing subsequent drainage        fessional and expanding access.         charge of driving while intoxicat-
nance, $135,000, is for the salt        and grading problems for their            “Now it’s time to move on and        ed [DWI]. He was released pend-
dome the borough will share with        neighbors.                             up,” she said.                          ing court action.
Manasquan for snow removal ser-            He said the ordinance was not          Councilman Nolan, who esti-             • On July 23, Ptl. John
vices as part of an interlocal          “inventing the wheel” but would        mated the “face-lift” would cost        Liebfried arrested Janet Davies,
agreement between the two towns.        be a positive step forward for the     between $3,000 to $6,000, said          42, of Manasquan, on a charge of
   Both municipalities plan to con-     community. Mr. Nolan added the         the borough also could consider         DWI. She was released pending
vert to a calcium chloride system       local law was similar to those in      putting meeting agendas and             court action.
as part of their snow removal           many other municipalities.             meeting minutes up on the site.            • On July 23, Ptl. Mechler
efforts, which would enhance the           Council members voiced their                                                arrested John Caines, 26, of New
potency of the salt and nix the         support for the ordinance, which                                               Egypt, on a charge of DWI. He
need for the two towns to use sand      was called “well-needed” by                                                    was released pending court
— as per new stormwater man-            Councilwoman Ann Scott.                   Wall named                           action.
                                                                                                                          • On July 15, Ptl. Liebfried
agement regulations mandated by            • The council accepted a bid in
the     state    Department        of   the amount of $23,808 from Mark           Rensselaer                           arrested Stepan Pivtoran, 22, of
Environmental Protection [DEP]          Woszczak                Mechanical                                             Wheeling, Ill., on a charge of
to be in place for 2006.                Contractors for work to the man-         Medal winner                          DWI. He was released pending
   A 5,000-gallon tank would be         holes on Riverview Drive and Old                                               court action.
built in Manasquan to store the         Bridge Road.                              Nicholas Wall, of Brielle,
calcium chloride. The salt dome is         Both roads are scheduled to be      recently was named the recipient
slated to be constructed in             repaved by the county during the       of the Rensselaer Medal, the old-
Brielle’s borough works yard.           last two weeks in September,           est prize of its kind in the United
   Both Brielle and Manasquan           Councilwoman Scott reported.           States. Nicholas is a student at St.
each received a $20,000 grant to        She said the manholes on those         Rose High School in Belmar.
                                                                                  The medal is awarded by more
help fund the project.                  two streets will be raised in prepa-
                                                                               than 2,000 secondary schools
   Mr. Nolan said Monday the            ration for the paving project.
                                                                               throughout North America, Latin
borough received one bid to con-           • The governing body autho-
                                                                               America, Europe and Asia. It is
struct the dome at $236,000, well       rized the mayor and borough clerk
                                                                               given to students who have distin-
over the borough’s estimate of          to execute a grant with the state
                                                                               guished themselves in mathemat-
$101,000.                               DEP in the amount of $6,822 for
                                                                               ics and science.
   He said Brielle already ear-         storm water management regula-
                                                                                  To be honored with the
marked $128,000 for the work in a       tions.
                                                                               Rensselaer Medal, a student must
previously-approved ordinance.             • The council appointed Joyce
                                                                               be a member of the junior class
With the inclusion of the proposed      Rizzitello as a part-time employee
                                                                               and the high school’s single most
$135,000, the total appropriated        for the borough’s tax office.
                                                                               promising science and mathemat-
for the work would rise to                 Mr. Nolan said she is the former
                                                                               ics student.
$263,000.                               tax collector for Wall Township.
                                                                                  Each medalist who is accepted
   Mr. Nolan said the borough              • Councilman Timothy Shaak,
                                                                               and subsequently enrolls at
engineer currently is working on        who chairs the community devel-
                                                                               Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
reconfiguring the calculations for      opment committee, spoke out in
                                                                               Troy, N.Y., receives a scholarship
the project. A pre-fab structure        support of the new jughandle
                                                                               of $60,000, payable in four yearly
might, in fact, cut costs, he added.    being constructed at the intersec-
                                                                               awards of $15,000 each.
   Councilman Frank Garruzzo,           tion of Riverview Drive and Route
                                                                                  Rensselaer Institute offers
chairman of the finance commit-         70 in Brielle by the state             degrees in engineering, the sci-
tee, said the borough constantly is     Department of Transportation.          ences, information technology,
working with other local munici-           His comments were echoed by         architecture, management and the
palities to look at ways to share       Councilman Leonard Lenzen,             humanities and social sciences.
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BOE clashes over salary increase for assistant business administrator
           By Kara Lott                 negotiated with the board of edu-          The superintendent added there      some of the line items in the           Schools               Construction
   Brielle Board of Education           cation, Superintendent Torrone          have been “a lot of diverse opin-      school budget into easy language        Corporation, the total cost of the
members are usually in agreement        received a $14,500 increase over        ions” expressed over the last few      for the public to understand.           project is $99,280, officials said.
when it comes to spending money         his current salary. Also included       months and people asking ques-            The next goal of the committee,         Mr. McManus told the board
directly on the students — for          was an amendment to the superin-        tions, “which is great,” he said.      to hold a Saturday meeting in the       the project is 70 to 80 percent
items such as books, curriculum         tendent’s salary for the 2004-05           If the administration were to       fall and spring to allow for more       completed.
changes, supplies and classroom         school year from $135,000 to            take the lead, Superintendent          members of the community to                On a related note, the board
teachers. But administrative per-       $141,000, a $6,000 increase             Torrone said it would look as if the   come out and participate, was met       authorized      the    Educational
sonnel issues appear to be an           retroactive to July 1, 2004.            administrators had an agenda.          by some resistance from board           Facilities Construction Financing
entirely different matter.                 Board members Mr. Dellosso,             However, Mr. Dunning argued a       members who said it might be too        Act Grant Agreement in the
   In a 4-3 vote last week, mem-        Mr. Dunning, Mrs. Lonza and Mr.         NJSBA representative would be          difficult for people with families      amount of $39,596 for improve-
bers agreed to increase Assistant       Marotta voted against the new           unnecessary so long as there is        to come out on the weekend.             ments to the school building in
Business Administrator Mary             superintendent’s contract while         someone on the committee who is           Mr. Marotta said, however, it        relation to the heating project, be
Beth Westrol’s salary from              Mrs. Donnelly, Mr. Eareckson,           familiar with the process.             could tie in with the previous goal     executed and submitted to the
$36,750 to $42,900. The move            Mr. Vitale, Jennifer McGuire and           Mr. Dunning was then asked if       by holding small gatherings with        state Economic Development
was reminiscent of a similarly-         Nancy Riordan — who were both           he would be willing to chair such      community members where only            Authority.                            Subscribe to The Coast Star! 732-223-0076
divisive vote by the board in June      not in attendance last week —           a committee since he has prior         several board representatives
to rescind the superintendent’s         voted in favor of the new contract.     experience with the district’s         would be required to be on hand to        See CLASHES, page 29
contract and issue him a new,              When casting her vote against        strategic planning. He did not give    discuss such topics as the budget.
three-year contract with salary         the increase in Ms. Westrol’s           a definitive answer and the board         The committee’s fifth goal, to
increases.                              salary, Mrs. Lonza last Wednesday       agreed the matter would be put on      send the borough council a sched-
   “I think those numbers are too       night noted she had voted in sup-       the agenda to be voted on at the       ule of the meeting dates and offer
high,” said board member Mark           port of the assistant business          next meeting.                          invitations to the governing body
Dellosso, who along with Larry          administrator’s stipend.                   It was also agreed Mr.              to come to the board meetings,
Dunning and Deirdre Lonza voted            In other news from the meeting:      McManus would call NJSBA to            was welcomed by board members.
against the increase for the busi-         • Board members discussed            find out the fees involved in hav-        Mr. Eareckson said it was an
ness      administrator.     Board      the goals established by the ad hoc     ing a representative give some         “excellent              suggestion.”
President David Eareckson,              public relations committee, which       input regarding the process.           Superintendent Torrone said Mr.
Gregory       Marotta,      Martha      is chaired by Mrs. Lonza. She said         The third goal of the public        Marotta has already been working
Donnelly and Tedd Vitale support-       the committee was waiting on            relations committee, to compile        closely with borough officials on a
ed the measure.                         direction from the board on which       ways to improve the language of        project to renovate the school’s
   Mr. Dellosso initiated a conver-     of the six goals it should move for-    the board’s school budget presen-      fields. The superintendent added
sation on the particulars of the        ward with and whether any would         tations to the public, was support-    he felt that relationship should
proposed salary increase for Ms.        be assigned to other committees.        ed by Mr. Marotta, who chairs the      continue.
Westrol. Board Attorney Wayne              After some discussion, the           budget and finance committee.             The final goal of the public rela-
Oppito said the board could only        board agreed the committe’s goal           He said the feedback received       tions committee, for the district to
disclose her current salary and the     of improving the school web site        by the board from members of the       hold a “community day” or anoth-
amount being proposed before            would be left up to the administra-     community on what worked with          er event to showcase the talents of
voting. Particulars of the new con-     tion.                                   the budget presentations this year     students and members of the com-
tract would have to be reserved for        Superintendent Torrone said the      was helpful, but there was still a     munity, was put in the hands of the
after the vote was taken since it       district is looking at a variety of     “huge gap” to fill.                    committee to work on, with the
was a personnel matter.                 options, including establishing            Mr. Marotta said the board still    help of the Brielle PTO.
   Mr. Eareckson said the matter        minimum standards for the indi-         needs to understand what connects         • The board voted to create a
had been discussed in the finance       vidual teachers’ sites and bringing     with the community so as to            fifth kindergarten section at the
and personnel committees, which         in a webmaster to maintain the          improve the annual budget presen-      recommendation of Mr. Torrone,
both recommended the salary             school’s home page.                     tations.                               since he said there were 86 kinder-
increase.                                  The committee’s next goal, a            “I would welcome it,” he said       gartners registered as of last week.
   But Mr. Dunning said Ms.             new five-year strategic plan, has       of additional feedback.                   He later told the board there
Westrol already received an             been in discussion for at least a          Mr. Marotta said he would like      were 693 students, in all, enrolled
approximately $4,000 stipend pre-       year, according to Mr. Eareckson.       to see input from various commu-       in the district for the 2005/2006
viously approved by the board of           Superintendent Torrone said he       nity members, including senior         school year, so far.
education for work done earlier         felt it would be helpful to bring in    citizens — similar to focus groups        Mr. McManus also noted the
this year.                              a third party from the New Jersey       — gathered by the public relations     school bus paid for by the district
   He said approving such salary        School Boards Association as part       committee.                             is at full capacity with 54 children.
increases, including for the super-     of the process of devising a new           Mr. Vitale, who also serves on         • The board voted to approve
intendent and Ms. Westrol, was          strategic plan for an objective         the budget committee, added it         the transfer of $59,684 from with-
setting a “bad precedent.” And Mr.      approach.                               would be “simple” to transcribe        in the budget to complete the gym-
Dunning said the town would sub-                                                                                       nasium heating project; the trans-
sequently “pay for it for a long
time to come.”                                         Catch Of The Day                                                fer was already approved by the
                                                                                                                       county superintendent of schools.
   Superintendent Joseph Torrone                                                                                       With a grant in the amount of
said Ms. Westrol received the                                                                                          $39,596 from the New Jersey
bonus for work she completed
between January and June 30,
when the district had a business
administrator only one day per
   The board has since hired for-
mer board member and board
president Edward McManus as
part-time school business admin-
istrator/board secretary.
   The board administrator split is
not the first time the members
have sparred over an administrator
   In June, the board voted 5-4 to
rescind Superintendent Torrone’s
contract and give him a new,
three-year contract amidst con-                                                 Photo Courtesy Of MIKE ZIMMERMANN
cerns by some board members and            Charlie Wehmeyer [above, from left], Milt Shatz, Pete
members of the community the             Batesko, all of Point Pleasant, and Mike Zimmermann, of
money could be better spent else-        Brielle, stood proudly by their catch last Thursday — a 185-
where to benefit the students.           pound “Big Eye Tuna,” which was caught at the Canyon and
   As part of his new contract,          weighed in at Hoffman's Marina in Brielle.

                          The Student
                       Book Review Corner
              “Hatchet”                                                        unravels the story of the horrible
           By Gary Paulsen                                                     Secret. My favorite parts were
                                                                               when Brian caught his first
     Reviewed by: Brian Geiger
                                                                               “foolbird.” I would recommend
     Sixth grade
                                                                               this book for ages 10 and up. It
     Brielle Elementary School
                                                                               is a great book to read if you like
                                                                               a survival theme. So if I were
     A boy flying over the
                                                                               you, I would get armed with
  Canadian woods in a two-man
                                                                               nothing but a book and get ready
  airplane. A pilot has a massive
                                                                               for an adventure in “Hatchet.”
  heart attack. The boy flies the
  plane into a lake. What does this
                                                                                  [Editor’s note: Any students
  lead up to? It means this boy
                                                                               entering the fourth through
  must survive in the woods …
                                                                               eighth grades this fall are
  alone. Brian Robeson is just a
                                                                               encouraged to submit reviews of
  normal city slicker, when his
                                           STUDENT REVIEWER                    the books they read this summer.
  parents get the dreaded divorce.
                                              BRIAN J. GEIGER                  Please include, along with the
  Brian is going to see his father
                                                                               book review, the student’s name,
  who lives in Canada, when he          acts, he notices smaller things,
                                                                               age, school, the title and author
  has to crash his plane. Alone,        he learns to think ahead. But the
                                                                               of the book they are reviewing,
  and stuck in the middle of            worst thing is he must live in the
                                                                               the type [fiction or non-fiction],
  nowhere, Brian must learn to          wild, knowing a horrible thing
                                                                               and the number of pages.
  survive in the forest.                that no one else knows … The
                                                                               Reviews should be limited to one
     With nothing but a hatchet,        Secret.
                                                                               typed page, double-spaced.
  this boy must overcome nature’s         This 195-page thriller is a
                                                                               Please include an opinion or
  worst: a psychotic moose, a ter-      great book to read. It is a lot
                                                                               recommendation at the end.
  rible tornado, wolves, bears,         more realistic than your average
                                                                               Mail submissions to The Coast
  skunks, porcupines, mosquitoes,       book; for example, everything
                                                                               Star,     13     Broad      Street,
  and worst of all, hunger. Brian       that happened to Brian hap-
                                                                               Manasquan, 08736, attn:
  must make a shelter, learn to         pened one time or the other to
                                                                               Student Book Review; fax them
  create a fire, catch fish and hunt.   the author Gary Paulsen. It is
                                                                               to 732-223-8212 or e-mail
  He learns to think before he          very clever how Paulsen slowly
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                                                                                  Spring Lake Heights

            Woodcrest Drive resident still                                                                                                   Three-Legged Race
          concerned about brown tap water
                  By Brian O’Keefe              she does not believe the problem        trick.
             Spring Lake Heights resident       is being fixed.                            “I think this is going to work,”
          Lori Thomas, who at a council            New Jersey Water Supply              Mr. Herner said. He also
          meeting in July, pointed out to the   Authority officials took a month        expressed hope that the public
          borough council problems with         to send someone out to test the         works department could do it
          the water at her Woodcrest Drive      water, Ms. Thomas said. She             every weekend during high usage
          residence, is still having problems   added there seems to be a “total        times.
          with her water, she said this week.   lack of communication” with res-           There are three wells for the
             The water from the tap is yel-     idents about the problem. She was       whole town, Mr. Herner said, and
          low and brown, particularly in the    never told that her water was test-     in 1985 regulatory action required
          morning. And, Ms. Thomas said,        ed when it was tested, and only         that some water come from the
          she has checked with several          found out about it later when she       Manasquan Reservoir.
          neighbors on Woodcrest Drive          asked.                                     Water in the pipes gets disrupt-
          and Allaire Road, and they are           She said that for the most part,     ed, Mr. Herner said, when the
          having similar problems. In fact,     officials have not given her            pressure changes, causing a wash-
          she said, she has identified six      straight answers.                       ing machine effect. That could be
          houses on the block with the same        “They just try to tell you any-      the reason for the dirty water, he
          problem.                              thing,” she said. She has been told     explained.
             Over the past weekend, she         that excessive water use causes            Mr. Duff explained that the
          said, her water has been OK, but      the problem, and that excessive         borough’s water facility is on Old
          she was not confident it would        use will also clear up the problem.     Mill Road between Warren
          remain that way.                         She said the mayor has called        Avenue and Ocean Road. He
             “I think we’re always going to     her periodically. Mr. Herner has        explained        that     Monmouth
          have a problem because of the         said the system could cost mil-         Regional Water delivers water
          way the system’s engineered,” she     lions of dollars to fix, she said,      into the system at Atlantic and 6th
          said.                                 and advised Ms. Thomas give it a        avenues, and the feed is a constant
             She has met with Mayor             few more weeks to clear up.             one.                                                                               MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
          Elwood Malick and Public Works           Mr. Duff was very helpful, she          Water comes from those two                Gretchen Fay and Jenn Kelly, both of Spring Lake Heights,
          Superintendent Art Herner about       said, adding her next step is to go     directions, he said. If the borough’s      competed in the three-legged race at Family Fun Day at
          the subject.                          to the state Department of              system tops off, the pumps will turn       Allaire Road Park in Spring Lake Heights recently.
             There was a problem with the       Environmental Protection [DEP],         off, he said, and the flow will all be
          water when she first moved into       she said.                               from the Atlantic and 6th avenues’
          her house in 1998, and the prob-
          lem has been ongoing ever since.
             Last summer the water turned
                                                   Ms. Thomas believes the bor-
                                                ough simply does not have the
                                                expertise to determine what the
                                                                                        location, serving the entire town.
                                                                                           That will cause a flow reversal,
                                                                                        Mr. Duff said, at locations where
                                                                                                                                 Canvassers work until 9 p.m.
          brown, and it happens a lot during
          warm weather, she added.
                                                problem really is.
                                                   She said she is going to check
                                                                                        the water was previously coming
                                                                                        from the borough’s water system.
                                                                                                                                   despite borough request
             Mr. Herner told her that he put    with the DEP to see “if they tell       During the flow reversal, the water
                                                                                                                                         By Brian O’Keefe               After being told that the bor-
          a chemical into the water to make     me it’s fine even though it’s dirty.”   may pick up that rust, which usual-
                                                                                                                                    At this week’s Spring Lake       ough does not have a do-not-
          the rust sediment invisible,             In an interview this week, Mr.       ly does not happen when the water
                                                                                                                                 Heights Council meeting, Lori       knock list to give residents the
          according to Ms. Thomas.              Herner said that he does not know       is only coming from the customary
                                                                                                                                 Thomas, of Woodcrest Drive,         option of making their homes off-
             Mr. Herner said this week that     of anything that happened that          source of the borough’s water facil-
                                                                                                                                 asked the governing body if the     limits to most canvassers, Ms.
          the chemical, called Aqua/Mag,        would have caused the water             ity.
                                                                                                                                 canvassers who were given per-      Thomas asked the council to con-
          sequesters iron in the water to       problems, and that he can only             Still, he was not 100 percent pos-
                                                                                                                                 mission to work in the borough at   sider enacting such a measure.
          make it invisible. He said that the   guess why the water is turning          itive that that is the cause of the
                                                                                                                                 the last meeting were required to   The governing body, however,
          rust makes water visually unap-       brown.                                  brown water, he said. There may be
                                                                                                                                 get background checks.              made no commitment to do so.
          pealing.                                 The water is in fact safe to         other factors, he added.
                                                                                                                                    Those canvassers were working       Mayor Malick commented that
             Ms. Thomas said she has spo-       drink, even though it may not              Mr. Duff said that he did not
                                                                                                                                 for the New Jersey Environmental    a canvasser had come to his door
          ken to Larry Duff, superintendent     look palatable, Mr. Herner said.        know much about the condition of
                                                                                                                                 Federation, the New Jersey chap-    at about 8:30 p.m. recently, even
          at New Jersey Water Supply               Whatever the problem is, it is       pipes in the area of the problem, but
                                                                                                                                 ter of Clean Water Action, an       though the council formally
          Authority, as well. She said the      inherent in the system, Mr. Herner      he said older pipes can rust.
                                                                                                                                 environmental group based in        requested that the New Jersey
          borough and water supply author-      said. Public works employees               Problems like this can some-
                                                                                                                                 Washington, D.C.                    Environmental Federation can-
          ity officials she has spoken to       went to a hydrant and trickle-          times happen just once a day,
                                                                                                                                    Mayor Elwood Malick said the     vassers stop work at 8 p.m. He
          have given her “typical advice”       flushed it to pull the dirty water
                                                                                                                                 canvassers do go through back-
          like flushing out her system, but     out, and he hopes that will do the
                                                                                            See WATER, page 40                   ground checks through the police.     See REQUEST, page 40
                                                                                                              THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                      PAGE 27

                                                                            Spring Lake Heights

  Spring Lake                            Council proposes more sidewalk work with grant money
    Heights                                        By Brian O’Keefe
                                            The Spring Lake Heights
                                                                                  extra money will include Greve
                                                                                  Avenue and a section in front of the
                                                                                                                             Mr. Martin asked whether the
                                                                                                                                                                   ly the $551 the town paid
                                                                                                                                                                   Cablevision for cable service and
                                         Borough Council voted to do some         community center, Mayor Malick          police contract was still pending.       installation at the borough yard.
  Community                              more sidewalk repairs and installa-      said. If any funds remain, the coun-       Mayor Malick said that that was       Why would the borough be paying
                                         tions in addition to the locations       cil would like to expand the project    the case, and he has heard nothing       to get cable television, he asked.
   Calendar                              that are currently being done by a
                                         construction company before it
                                                                                  to include the northern part of
                                                                                  Monmouth Road from Route 71 to
                                                                                                                          new about the police contract nego-
                                                                                                                                                                      Mayor Malick said that he won-
                                                                                                                                                                   dered that himself. He told Mr.
                                         leaves town.                             6th Avenue and the stretch of side-        •      Councilwoman           Lynn    Martin that he would look into the
 To submit a calendar listing or            Council President Rich Gannon         walk between borough hall to the        Kegelman said council members            matter and call him with an answer
Spring Lake Heights news story,          said that the sidewalk between the       school entrance.                        should alternate each month as far       the next day.
e-mail          borough hall and the school “is a           The idea is to allow residents to    as when they report their committee         Mr. Martin commented the coun-
                                         disaster” and should be among the        walk to Allaire Road Park without       reports, in order to keep things         cil was paying the bill without even
    Recreation Trips                     areas added to the project.              having to go on the street, he said.    orderly.                                 knowing what it is for.
   Spring Lake Heights senior
                                            The borough has money remain-            If the extra money does not cover       • The council passed the ordi-           Councilwoman Mary Beth
recreation is hosting many day and
                                         ing in the Safe Streets grant it         all the additional work, the borough    nance requiring background checks        McKnight said, “I apologize. I
overnight trips. There is still room
                                         received from the state Department       can apply for another grant, he         for people who participate in youth      should know what it is.”
available on three of the seven trips    of Transportation to repair side-        added.                                  programs in the borough.                    • Councilman Frank Ford
that have been sponsored by the          walks, Mayor Elwood Malick said,            In other news from this week’s          Councilman Frank Ford said that       thanked police, volunteer firefight-
committee this year. Seats are           and it might as well use that money      council meeting:                        18 months ago the council started        ers, Police Chief Mark Steets, and
assigned as deposit is received.         while the construction company is           • Shore Road resident James          the program as a resolution and that     first aid squad members for their
Since the trips are so popular, most     still in town.                           Martin asked the council whether        it is now a law. It has not reduced      help during the five and one-half-
trips require a waiting list.               The Safe Streets grant awarded        the amendment to the wage and           the number volunteers as some            hour power failure that occurred in
   From Sept. 18 to 21 there will be     money to the borough to install or       salary ordinance that was intro-        have said, he added.                     the borough on July 27.
a trip to Cape Cod, Plymouth,            repair sidewalks along 6th Avenue        duced at the last meeting, and was         Councilman Ford asked for sur-           During that time, he said, the air
Boston for $465. Call Audrey at          from Monmouth Avenue to the              up for approval at this week’s meet-    rounding communities to adopt            conditioned firehouse was opened
449-2198 for more information.           school and the northern part of          ing, covered all borough employ-        similar ordinances to, “widen the        to the public while volunteer fire-
   From Oct. 13 to 26, there will be     Ocean Road, so children walking to       ees.                                    circle of protection of our children.”   fighters directed traffic at the inter-
a trip to London and Ireland for         school have a safe route to travel.         Mayor Elwood Malick replied             • Mr. Martin questioned an item       sections of Route 71 and Allaire
$2,568. Call Joanie at 449-0049 for         The sidewalks put in with the         that it covers all of them except for   on the town’s bill list — specifical-    Road and Route 71 and Warren
more information.                                                                                                                                                  Avenue.
   From Nov. 8 to 9 there will be a                                                                                                                                   Police also checked on residents
trip to Lancaster, Pa., which is                                                                                                                                   who are on life support during the
being dubbed as the “quilter’s                                                                                                                                     power outage, Councilman Ford
dream trip” for $170. Call Audrey
at 449-2198 for more information.
   The Christmas trip this year is to
                                          Council approves Rt. 71 speed                                                                                            said, adding the first aid squad
                                                                                                                                                                   assisted people suffering from the
                                                                                                                                                                   heat and evacuated one person to
Ocean City, Md. Dec. 6 to 7. The
cost is $175. Call Joyce at 449-
2278 for information on this and
                                         limit changes proposed by state                                                                                           the firehouse.
                                                                                                                                                                      • The construction site debris
                                                                                                                                                                   ordinance that was introduced at the
the April 23 to 29, 2006 trip to                 By Brian O’Keefe                 Girt border to Park Avenue.             be 35 mph, and did not agree with        last meeting was approved by the
Myrtle Beach that will include a            The speed limit for Route 71,            The second zone would be 40          the state’s recommendations.             council. The ordinance sets a 20-
visit to Charleston, the probable        which is currently 40 mph, will be       mph. This zone goes between             However, he said that it would be        foot setback for portable toilets and
cost is $700 per person, double          lowered to 35 in some parts,             Park Avenue and Allaire Road-           most productive to approve the           bans dumpsters from the streets of
occupancy.                               according to a resolution passed at      Ludlow Avenue. The exception to         state’s recommendations, which at        Spring Lake Heights.
   All trips require deposit at regis-   this week’s Spring Lake Heights          the 40 mph speed limit would be         least lower certain portions of the
tration, and bus seating is assigned     Council meeting.                         within the Spring Lake Heights          road to 35 mph, and then have
with initial deposit. Deposits are          The borough had asked the state       school zone whenever the “25            Chief of Police Mark Steets nego-
refundable only if there is a waiting    that that all areas of the state high-   mph when flashing” signs are sig-       tiate with the state and ask for the
list. Travel insurance is suggested.     way be reduced to 35 mph, but the        naling during the school recesses,      entire Spring Lake Heights por-
                    ~                    state     Bureau        of     Traffic   or while children are going to or       tion of Route 71 to be 35 mph.
   Outdoor Concert                       Engineering and Investigations           leaving school, during opening or          Chief Steets recommended this
  The Summer Concert Series,             conducted a speed limit investiga-       closing hours.                          course of action, said Mayor
sponsored by Spring Lake Heights         tion along the route and concluded          The third zone is 35 mph. It         Malick.
Recreation Committee, has one            that there should be three separate      goes from Allaire Road-Ludlow              When it came up for a vote,
more free outdoor concert at             speed zones on Route 71 in Spring        Avenue to the border with Wall          Mayor Malick explained this
Allaire Road Park. On Monday,            Lake Heights.                            Township.                               rationale.
Aug. 15, at 7 p.m., Joe Finn will           The first zone would be 35               Mayor Malick said that the bor-
perform his Irish songs.                 mph. This zone goes from the Sea         ough wanted all of the highway to
  Bring lawn chairs and enjoy the
music. This year’s concert series
was made possible by a donation                     So Many Blueberries, So Little Time
by The Mill.
Ident-Adult Program
   On Monday, Sept. 12, the
Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office
will issue photo ID cards for
Monmouth County adult residents
50 years of age or older. A voter’s
registration card, Medicare card or
a Social Security card is required.
The IDs will be issued between
9:30 and 10:30 a.m. at Spring Lake
Heights Borough Hall, 555
Brighton Ave.
  Trendsetters News
   On Sept. 21, the Trendsetters
will hold a trip to the Culinary
Institute of America in Hyde Park,
N.Y., plus a tour of the Vanderbuilt
Mansion. Lunch at the St.Andrews
                                                                                                                                 MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
Cafe is scheduled at 11:30 a.m.,
                                             Festival-goers had a mere two hours to enjoy the myriad of blueberry desserts at the blue-
followed by a tour of the mansion
                                           berry festival held recently at Wall United Methodist Church in Spring Lake Heights.
at 2:30 p.m. The cost is $70. Please
call Susan Leahy at 732-449-7807
for additional information.
   Yoga classes will be held on the
first and third Monday from 11:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the communi-
ty center. The instructor is Darren
   Tai Chi started on July 1 and
lasts from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Spring
Lake Pavilion on the north end.
   Elaine O’Brien’s dance and fit-
ness training is held on Tuesdays
from 8 to 9 a.m. and 9 to 10 a.m.,
Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
on and Fridays from 8 to 9 a.m. For
more information, call Ms.
O’Brien at 732-775-0467.
   Watercolor classes conducted by
susan Anastasia are held every
Tuesday morning from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. People may sign up at
the community center or call Susan
at 732-449-9287, for a list of the
necessary supplies needed.
   Bridge is held every Thursday
from 1 to 3:30 p.m.
   The PageTurners book discus-
sion group is on the third Tuesday
at 1 p.m.
   Library hours remain Monday
and Wednesday from 10 to 11a.m.
and Tuesday and Friday from 9:30
to 11 a.m. Please note: When the
library is closed, return books to
the bin behind the center.
   Questions or information, con-
tact Mary Lou Beaulieu at 732-
449-2230 or Evelyn Condello at
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          Avon discusses future of
          sewage pumping station
                      By Emily Clark                 in excess of the required area need-
             Debate over Avon’s pump station         ed for a single-family home.
          dominated this week’s Board of             According to Commissioner
          Commissioners meeting, and while           Mahon, the board members have
          no conclusions on the topic were           received informal estimates from
          reached, a presentation by Borough         three independent real estate agents
          Engineer Charles Rooney and input          that the lot’s market worth could be
          from residents in attendance               as high as $2 million.
          expanded a discussion that began              If, instead of repairing the old
          last week.                                 system, the town installed an entire-
             An audience of approximately            ly new one, it would be possible to
          15 people gathered in the munici-          keep the pumping station at its
          pality’s sweltering gymnasium              location, but to sell the land above it
          Monday evening as Commissioner             for development.
          James Kropke reminded those gath-             According to Mr. Rooney and
          ered of last week’s discussion             the board, there are two ways this
          regarding options for the local sew-       could be done. The first option is
          erage pump station.                        entirely submerging a new station
             He introduced Mr. Rooney to the         and taking down the present above-                                                                                                     FILE PHOTO, The Coast Star
          audience, who began his presenta-          ground structure on the lot. This             The lot that the Avon-by-the-Sea pump station sits on [above] could be worth as much as $2 mil-
          tion.                                      would         cost      approximately      lion if sold for a single-family home, board of commissioners believe.
             Gesturing to a partial map of           $960,000, but would allow the town        set the cost of system replacement,      board to include specifications in      the oil used in the system. One per-
          Avon-By-The-Sea set up on an               to sell the entire lot and possibly       and the projected profits could go       the sale that would avoid the con-      son asked if the soil had been tested
          easel beside him, Mr. Rooney               profit up to $1 million. Manasquan        towards tax relief and public pro-       struction of “a mega-mansion” that      by       the     Department        of
          explained to the crowd that Avon’s         has such a new, completely under-         jects. Though repairing the bor-         would not fit in with “environmen-      Environmental Protection.
          sewerage is run through a gravity          ground system on Brielle Road,            ough’s lanes and finishing a wall at     tally and architecturally modest”          Though no tests have been done,
          system. That is, gravity pulls sewer-      recognizable by two manhole cov-          the municipal swimming pool were         houses already in the neighbor-         the officials reminded everyone
          age from the houses and buildings          ers. Mr. Rooney said so far it has        mentioned as possible projects that      hood. His comments elicited some        that, leakage or no, the system still
          in town through the underground            experienced “no problems.”                could be funded by the sale, noth-       interested nods from the audience.      had to be fixed or replaced due to its
          network of pipes until it reaches the         The second option, that of a par-      ing official will be proposed for a      After some back-and-forth discus-       advanced age.
          lowest point. In Avon, this point is       tially submerged station with a           while, the commissioners said.           sion, Commissioner Kropke asked            The evening closed with Mayor
          located several stories below an           down-sized above-ground facility,            One gentleman in the audience         the man to come and speak with          Gibney urging everyone in atten-
          oceanfront lot on the corner of            is cheaper at $840,000. This second       told the board that, if they checked     him after the meeting adjourned to      dance who was interested in the
          Avon’s Lincoln and Ocean avenues.          option would increase accessibility       their map, they’d see the contested      share his ideas. The resident agreed    sewage pump station to come again
          There, the sewerage is raised to a         for maintenance, but because there        lot was his neighbor. He went on to      and returned to his seat.               on Monday, Aug. 22 when T-
          higher level by the underground            would remain a small garage-style         say that he’d lived on his Ocean            The audience turned to environ-      Mobile will attend to propose build-
          pumps and sent on its next gravita-        facility in the lot’s northwest corner,   Avenue property for “50 years, 3         mental concerns, wondering if the       ing a cell phone tower in the munic-
          tional trip towards the treatment          the amount of land that could be          generations.” He then urged the          ground there was contaminated by        ipality.
          facility in Neptune.                       sold would be smaller, reducing its                                                                                           Grinning, the mayor added, “And
             Avon relies exclusively on this         market value and thus cut into the                                                                                         I assure you, we won’t be putting it
          facility, and, according to Mr.            potential proceeds for the town.                                                                                           on Lincoln and Ocean.”
          Rooney, “If that station were to fail,        Karl Klug, the Sewage and Water                                                                                            The man who said he lived next
          it would back up” into the houses of
          Avon causing “a nuisance and a
          health hazard.” He then went on to
                                                     Superintendent, spoke in favor of
                                                     replacing the system instead of
                                                     refurbishing the old one. He report-
                                                                                                United Way prepares for its                                                     to the lot crossed his arms and said,
                                                                                                                                                                                “You bet your life, you’re not.”

          describe the station, estimated to be      ed that the company that built the
          70 to 80 years old, as “a kind of
          museum” that is “past its useful
                                                     station’s original equipment went
                                                     out of business 15 years ago. If a         SchoolTime Wishes drive
          life” and recommended that the sta-        replacement part is needed, often
          tion be rehabilitated or a new one         those parts are not available on the          United Way of Monmouth               the United Way in 2004, were
          built elsewhere.                           second hand parts market. Those            County in Farmingdale, with the         named as the recipients. Some of
             Mr. Rooney estimated the cost of
          repairing the old system at
                                                     cases require expensive customiza-
                                                     tions of needed parts.
                                                                                                cooperation of many local compa-
                                                                                                nies and organizations, will once
                                                                                                                                        the supplies collected were note-
                                                                                                                                        books, backpacks, pens, pencils,
          $300,000 to $350,000.
             However, he continued, “As you
                                                        However, residents expressed
                                                     concern that this underground con-
                                                                                                again run its SchoolTime Wishes
                                                                                                drive. The intent of the drive is to
                                                                                                                                        calculators, erasers, crayons, lunch-
                                                                                                                                        boxes, glue and paper.                     Community
          know, there’s a great deal of poten-       struction would affect traffic in the      collect new school supplies for            United Way is very optimistic as
          tial” in this situation, because the
          lot on Ocean Avenue that houses
                                                     area. The commissioners believe
                                                     they can minimize inconvenience
                                                                                                children in need. The hope is to pre-
                                                                                                pare the children in our community
                                                                                                                                        to the results of this year’s drive.
                                                                                                                                        They have many companies
          the plant has 80 feet of beachfront        by digging on the lesser used              for a successful school year.           already signed up to participate and
          and is large enough for a house.           Patriot Lane rather than one of the           To assist companies wishing to       the number of recipient agencies
             In fact, at 10,200 square feet, it is   busier avenues in the area. Mr.            participate in the drive the United     has increased as well, stated Mary         To submit a calendar listing or
                                                     Rooney said that the time estimate         Way provides flyers, bulletin           Riegelman-Dassler, Director of             Avon news story, e-mail jkim-
                                                     for construction is almost the same        boards for company intranets,           Community Services who serves as   
                                                     whether they build the new station         email messages and posters.             the coordinator for the drive for the
                                                     entirely below ground or only par-         Companies in return are to ask their    United Way of Monmouth County.
                                                     tially below ground.                       employees to donate new school             SchoolTime Wishes is one of
                                                                                                                                                                                    Dinner-dance &
                                                        Different options for the lot were      supplies, drop them off in a central    four drives of this type that the           Gift Auction Set
                                                     considered. One resident floated the       location within the company, publi-     United Way of Monmouth County              The annual dinner-dance and
                                                     idea of a parking lot requiring per-       cize the deadline and in-house con-     runs annually; SnowFlake Wishes         gift auction, sponsored by St.
                                                     mits. Another suggested that it be         tact person, and deliver the dona-      is run during the holidays, collect-    Elizabeth’s Parish in Avon-by-the-
                                                     sold with a clause in its deed that no     tions to the designated distribution    ing gifts for those in need;            Sea, will be held Friday, Aug. 19 at
                                                     one could build on it, allowing for        center.                                 BabyBundles Wishes is a drive to        the Barclay in Belmar at 6:30 p.m.
                                                     an open space residents could                 This year AVC Global Services        collect new baby supplies; and          Reservations are $35 per person,
                                                     enjoy. Of concern to most people in        Group, Industrial Way, Eatontown        Birthday Party Wishes allows            and must be made ASAP. For more
                                                     the audience was that a block of           has agreed to assist by generously      employee groups to visit with nurs-     information, call Mrs. Murday at
                                                     condominiums might end up there.           donating the space to sort, count       ing homes and senior centers to cel-
                                                     The commissioners assured the                                                                                              732-988-8218.
                                                                                                and distribute the collected items.     ebrate monthly birthdays.                                  ~
                                                     meeting that it was a single-family
                                                                                                Non-profit agencies, who have pre-         Any company or organization
                                                     lot and must conform to current
                                                                                                viously been confirmed as recipi-       wishing to participate in the
                                                                                                                                                                                       Avon Library
                                                     land ordinances, but did not commit
                                                     to attaching any restrictive clauses
                                                                                                ents, will pick up their donated sup-   SchoolTime Wishes drive or any                  Programs
                                                                                                plies on Aug. 19 at AVC.                future drive can call the United           Avon Public Library summer
                                                     prohibiting a condo.
                                                        The board appeared intent on               Last year over 7,000 items were      Way offices at 732-938-5988 or          programs have begun. Story hour
                                                     selling the lot for the market value       collected from 41 companies.            visit our web site at www.uwmon-        for 2 to 3-year-olds is on Tuesdays
                                                     in a public bid. Proceeds would off-       Approximately 20 charitable agen- for further information.      from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Story hour
                                                                                                cies, which received funding from          United Way of Monmouth               for 4- to 7-year olds is
                                                                                                                                        County is a leader in the communi-      Wednesdays, from 10:30 to 11:15
                                                                                                                                        ty, building coalitions, solving        a.m.
                                                                                                                                        problems and acting as an advo-            Call library director Sheila
                                                                                                                                        cate. The organization improves         Watson to register for any pro-
                                                                                                                                        people’s lives in Monmouth              grams. The library is open during
                                                                                                                                        County. They raise funds through a      the summer on Mondays through
                                                                                                                                        variety of campaigns, leadership        Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6
                                                                                                                                        giving, direct mail, special events     to 8 p.m. For more information,
                                                                                                                                        and marketing efforts. And it           call 732-502-4525.
                                                                                                                                        invests these financial and human                          ~
                                                                                                                                        resources to produce results that
                                                                                                                                        meets the community’s needs.
                                                                                                                                                                                  “Snakes-N-Scales and Turtle
                                                                                                                                                                                Tales,” a look at the real and imag-
                                                                                                                                                                                ined dragons of yesterday and
                                                                                                                                                                                today, will take place at the Avon
                                                                                                                                                                                Pavilion Thursday, Aug. 11 at 1
                                                                                                                                                                                p.m. All ages are welcome.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Jersey Girls for
                                                                                                                                                                                  Shore Fund-raiser
                                                                                                                                                                                   The Jersey Girls for Shore, who
                                                                                                                                                                                are walking in the Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                                                Breast Cancer 3-Day in September
                                                                                                                                                                                to benefit the Susan G. Komen
                                                                                                                                                                                Foundation, are holding a fund-
                                                                                                                                                                                raiser at The Columns, 601 Ocean
                                                                                                                                                                                Ave., Avon-by-the-Sea on Monday,
                                                                                                                                                                                Aug. 22 from 8 p.m. until mid-
                                                                                                                                                                                night. It will feature hors
                                                                                                                                                                                d’Oeuvres with a cash bar and
                                                                                                                                                                                music from the Accidentals. There
                                                                                                                                                                                will also be a gift auction and
                                                                                                                                                                                hourly “Split the Egg.” Tickets are
                                                                                                                                                                                $15 in advance, $20 at the door. For
                                                                                                                                                                                information, call Kathryn Paul at
                                                                                                                                                                                732-974-3118 or Laurie Trad at
                                                                                                         THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                 PAGE 29

                                                                                                                                                            Kimm said that the ordinance
                                                                                                                         — COUNCIL —
                    New Jersey Chefs With Heart                                                                                From Page 11
                                                                                                                                                            certainly could be “kicked
                                                                                                                                                            around” at future meetings and
                                                                                                                                                            altered to include Mr. Kirk’s rec-
                                                                                                                     improvements to the water and          ommendations.
                                                                                                                     sewer systems and $575,000 for            Establishing outdoor dining
                                                                                                                     beach improvements.                    was one of the recommendations
                                                                                                                        • The council introduced an         that consulting firm Downtown
                                                                                                                     ordinance establishing criteria        NJ made in July to help revitalize
                                                                                                                     and standards for outdoor cafes        the Third Avenue downtown
                                                                                                                     by a vote of 3-1. Councilman           area.
                                                                                                                     Reilly voted against the ordi-            • Spring Lake American
                                                                                                                     nance.                                 Legion Post 432 Commander
                                                                                                                        The ordinance, proposed by          Keith Kology and Service
                                                                                                                     Councilman Kimm, lists 12 cri-         Officer Jack Riordan requested
                                                                                                                     teria and restrictions for outdoor     the council’s help in raising
                                                                                                                     cafes in the Third Avenue retail       awareness of how to register for
                                                                                                                     commercial district. The criteria      the new World War II Memorial
                                                                                                                     include a minimum of 4 feet of         in Washington, D.C.
                                                                                                                     open sidewalk between curb                Mr. Kology said, “everyone
                                                                                                                     edge and the outdoor cafe area,        that participated in the war, not
                                                                                                                     that none of the cafe equipment        only on the homefront but on the
                                                                                                                     be chained down or affixed to the      battlefield,” is eligible for inclu-
                                                                                                                     sidewalk or building and that          sion in the memorial.
                                                                                                                     cafe owners bear responsibility           To register oneself or a family
                                                                                                                     for cleaning the sidewalk area         member or friend, people can go
                                                                                                                     surrounding the cafe.                  to
                                                                                                                        The ordinance would allow           istry or register by mail using a
                                                                                                                     outdoor cafes to operate between       special form. Mr. Kology and
                                                                                                                     April 1 and Oct. 31 each year          Mr. Riordan gave the council
                                                                                                                     between the hours of 7 a.m. and        some copies of the registration
                                                                                                                     11 p.m.                                form, which the mayor said like-
                                                                                                                        Councilman Reilly said he           ly could be printed in the upcom-
                                                                                                                     had voted against introducing          ing borough newsletter.
                                                                                                                     Councilman Kimm’s ordinance
    Bruce Lefebvre [above, left] participated in the inaugural New Jersey American Heart                             because Mr. Kirk had his own,
  Association Chefs with Heart event in North Brunswick recently. It was a great success with                        very specific restrictions in mind
  more than 300 people enjoying preparations and samplings from some of the state’s finest                           for outdoor cafes that were not
  restaurants. The event raised more than $110,000 that will help fund American Heart                                addressed      in     Councilman
  Association education, programs and research to fight New Jersey’s No. 1 and 3 killers.                            Kimm’s version. Councilman

      — AFRICA —                       should expect.                            One of those benefits includes      are happy and full of joy. She was
          From Page 15                    “You’re made to expect the          being offered government jobs for      struck by their laughter — “It’s
                                       worst,” she said.                      a full year before they are offered    just so pure,” she said — which
                                          Ms. Karatz said she was very        to the public, she said.               she added is unlike anything she
the time in my life to do it,” she
                                       anxious about her trip since she          In her job with the Peace Corps,    has heard from American children.
recalled thinking when making her
                                       had “no idea what to expect.” She      Ms. Karatz said she makes the             Ms. Karatz also marveled at the
decision to join the Peace Corps.
                                       said she packed for the “depths of     American equivalent of $2.50 per       strength and determination of
Ms. Karatz said her parents,
                                       the Congo” since she thought she       day. In the end, she will be given a   women in Guinea, who she said do
though concerned about her safety,
                                       would have to hike to the health       readjustment allowance based on        “incredibly difficult work.” Many
fully supported her decision. With
                                       center everyday, which she later       every month she spent in the pro-      of them lose their children to ill-
a background in French, Ms.
                                       discovered was not the case at all.    gram, which Ms. Karatz said will       ness, but she said visitors would be
Karatz said she wanted to volun-
                                          Before leaving for her journey,     amount to about $6,000.                hard-pressed to find a woman
teer somewhere where she could
                                       Ms. Karatz said she had to under-         That amount might sound mea-        there who cries.
learn new languages and set her
                                       go extensive medical checkups          ger to many Americans, but in             “They don’t allow themselves to
sights on Africa.
                                       and received numerous vaccina-         Guinea, where jobs are scarce and      be pitied,” she said.
   She researched the organization
                                       tions, for diseases such as typhoid    poverty is rampant, that small            But the villagers on a whole live
— established in 1961 by
                                       and Yellow Fever. However, that        stipend would make most villagers      in a giving culture — Ms. Karatz
President John F. Kennedy as a
                                       did not prevent her from coming        quite wealthy.                         said despite being poor, the
way to promote world peace and
                                       down with malaria in Guinea,              Ms. Karatz said only the chil-      Guineans share their food with one
friendship — online and sent in an
                                       which she later recovered from.        dren of families with enough           another willingly. She said they
application. She was called to New
                                       The disease is carried by mosqui-      money are able to go to school in      are also extremely friendly and
York City for an interview, where
                                       toes and if left untreated, can be     Guinea. While there are men who        walking down the street can take
she discussed what she was look-
                                       fatal.                                 work either as farmers or are edu-     two hours just to say hello to
ing for in the program and how she
                                          She said the Peace Corps            cated enough to work on the local      everyone she passes.
would react in various situations.
                                       requires a two-year commitment,        town council, many cannot find            Since there is no television or
   Ms. Karatz said Peace Corps
                                       in addition to three months for        jobs, she said.                        computers to distract them, Ms.
volunteers can give top choices of
                                       training. The organization pays for       When the children return home       Karatz said the villagers typically
where they would like to go, and
                                       its volunteers’ flights to and from    from school, it is not uncommon to     sit outside after dinner and talk
decline an offer to wait for another
                                       their     destination     countries.   see the boys enjoying a fun game       with with one another and gaze at
location if they so choose. For
                                       Volunteers can leave the program       of soccer, while the girls trudge      the stars.
some people, the placement
                                       at any time, but are not granted all   through chores, laboring to haul          “In some ways, it’s a lot nicer,”
process can take two years, but
                                       of the same benefits as those who      water and doing laundry by hand.       she said of her simple life in the
luckily for her, she applied, was
                                       complete the commitment in full,          But despite their hard work, Ms.    village. “Guineans are incredible.”
interviewed and accepted, and
                                       Ms. Karatz said.                       Karatz said the Guinean children
arrived in Africa within about
seven months.
   Prior to her arrival, Ms. Karatz
said she was given little informa-
tion about the country or what
kind of living conditions she

    — CLASHES —
          From Page 25

   • The board accepted the state
Department of Education fiscal
year 2005 grant acceptance certi-
fication for the No Child Left
Behind Act in the amount of
   Board members also accepted a
2006 grant acceptance certifica-
tion for the No Child Left Behind
Act in the amount of $29,743.
   • The board voted to transfer
teacher Vanessa Hyland from
grades six and seven to grade five.
   • Board members approved
Laura Ciccotto to teach fourth
grade at an annual salary of
   • The board approved Jennifer
Bauer as a maternity leave
replacement for special education
at an annual salary of $39,465.
   • The board appointed the fol-
lowing       physical/occupational
therapists: Susan Carlson, physi-
cal therapist, $70 per hour; Aileen
Matt, occupational therapist, $75
per hour; and Kim Landers, phys-
ical therapist, $70 per hour.
   • The board approved first-
grade teacher Steven Labrecque
for the practicum in administra-
tion organization internship at
150 hours under the supervision
of Mr. Torrone and Vice Principal
Marci Grabelle.
   • The board approved Minding
Miracles, Applied Behavior
Analysis [ABA] home therapist,
at the rate of $60 per hour for five
hours per week from Aug. 1
through Feb. 24, 2006 as per a
student’s Individual Education
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                                                                               State & County News

                      Ruling a major win for beach access
                                                  Fortunately, beach access          that the public not only had to be     charge for parking?                    what cost are issues which will
          LEGISLATIVE                          advocates scored a major victory      given access to the water, but that       What about towns that forbid        probably be debated well into the
                                               recently when the State Supreme       they must be able to also utilize      parking near the beaches?              future. For now, at least we can
           MATTERS                             Court upheld a lower court ruling     the beach, as well.                    Clearly, this ruling will likely       bury our feet in the sand secure
                                   One of      that said citizens have a right to       While this ruling is certainly a    create as many questions as it has     in knowledge that no one can
                                the greatest   access the sands of the shore and     victory for beach access, beach-       answered — questions that will         take away our right to utilize this
                                treasures      not just the strip of wet sand at     goers should not expect free           probably be resolved in court.         great natural resource we have
                                we      have   the water’s edge. This ruling         beaches anytime soon in New               So what does it all mean? In        right in our backyard.
                                here      in   came in a case in Cape May            Jersey since the ruling did            affirming the right of the public         (Assemblyman Kean maintains
                                Monmouth       County in which a public beach        uphold the right for private beach     to enjoy the ocean and the beach,      a legislative office at 1334 Laurel
                                County is      was converted into a private          owners to charge a reasonable          the Supreme Court has made it          Avenue, Wall Township. His
                                our miles of   beach club. The private beach         fee to use the beach. But what is      clear that these are treasures         office may be reached at (732)
                                beaches        club was charging upwards of          a reasonable fee? There are other      which every citizen has a right to     974-0400.)
                                that provide   $700 hundred dollars per year for     unanswered questions. Can              enjoy. How much of this treasure
                                residents      beach badges and patrolled the        beach club owners and towns            we are allowed to enjoy and at
                   By                          beaches for non-members.
           ASSEMBLYMAN and tourists
                                alike    the      After a citizen was given a
            SEAN T. KEAN
                                opportunity    summons, local residents filed a
          some fun in the sun or simply

          enjoy some rest and relaxation at
                                               lawsuit challenging the right of
                                               the beach club to deny access to
                                               what had long been a public
                                                                                     Ocean, Monmouth officials praise
                                                                                      federal support of rail project
          the foot of the Atlantic Ocean.      beach.
             While we in New Jersey are           In siding with beach access
          accustomed to having to pay a        advocates, the Court upheld what
          nominal fee to enjoy the beaches,    is known as the Public Trust
                                               Doctrine, a doctrine relating back       A $1.25 million federal ear-        of Chosen Freeholders has long            “Chris and I agree that the study
          in many cases the public has                                               mark       for     the    proposed     supported this important trans-        should move is forward with
          been denied even this opportuni-     to Roman law, upon which our
                                               civil law system is based. Under      Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex rail          portation project, which we feel is    MOM,” Congressman            Saxton
          ty by landowners who believe                                               line will assure the project studies   necessary to alleviate traffic con-    said. “We’re pleased it was includ-
          they own the beach and thus, can     this doctrine, certain natural
                                                                                     will move forward, said Ocean          gestion on our local roads,” said      ed in the transportation bill.”
          deny access to the public or, in     resources including the air, water
                                                                                     County Freeholder James F.             Monmouth County Freeholder                Freeholder Lacey noted that it
          some cases, charge beachgoers        and sea belong to all people and
                                                                                     Lacey, who serves as board liaison     Theodore J. Narozanick. “We are        was imperative that transit invest-
          astronomical fees to spread a        therefore, access to these
                                                                                     to the rail line project.              pleased it continues to be recog-      ments are made in Monmouth and
          towel on “their” sand.               resources cannot be denied. By
                                                                                        “This is outstanding news,”         nized on the federal level, and to     Ocean counties so residents can
                                               using this doctrine, the court held
                                                                                     Freeholder Lacey said. “We want        know that the next phase of the        reach jobs and other critical ser-
                                                                                     to thank the hard work and the         plan will be funded.”                  vices in other portions of the state.
                                                                                     continuing effort of Congressmen          NJ Transit currently is studying       “MOM would provide a critical
                                                                                     Jim Saxton [R-3] and Chris Smith       different alternatives to the pro-     link to statewide services includ-
                                                                                     [R-4] in securing this earmark for     posed MOM rail line that would         ing medical facilities, job opportu-
                                                                                     the MOM passenger rail line.”          originate in Lakehurst. The first      nities and educational facilities,”
                                                                                        Congressman Saxton’s office         alternative would connect with the     Freeholder Lacey said. “This pro-
                                                                                     recently announced that he and         Jersey Coast Line in Red Bank;         ject needs to advance and it needs
                                                                                     Congressman Smith joined a             the second in Matawan. Ocean           to move forward now.”
                                                                                     bipartisan majority to pass H.R. 3     and Monmouth counties support             He also noted that in addition to
                                                                                     — The Transportation Equity Act:       the      Lakehurst-to-Monmouth         the support of Congressmen
                                                                                     A Legacy for Uses. Congressmen         Junction MOM alternative.              Smith and Saxton, the proposal
                                                                                     Smith and Saxton worked togeth-           The Monmouth Junction route,        has the ongoing support of Ocean
                                                                                     er to request and secure a $1.25       Ocean and Monmouth officials           County municipalities, the Central
                                                                                     million earmark for the MOM            say, will provide greater conges-      Jersey Rail Coalition, the Ocean
                                                                                     Passenger Rail Line.                   tion relief for overcrowded roads      County Transportation Board and
                                                                                        “It is important that the federal   like Route 9 and the Garden State      a host of other individuals and
                                                                                     government remain a partner in         Parkway while providing public         agencies working to keep the pro-
                                                                                     this critical transit project for      transportation alternatives to the     posal alive and moving forward.
                                                                                     Monmouth and Ocean residents,”         fast-growing areas of western             “This passenger rail line would
                                                                                     said Congressman Smith, a mem-         Monmouth          and      southern    positively impact local economies
                                                                                     ber of the Passenger Rail Caucus.      Middlesex counties.                    and encourage tourism and recre-
                                                                                     “The congestion in our communi-           The federal earmark will help       ational travel within New Jersey,”
                                                                                     ty demands that the local, state       advance the project from the draft     Congressman Saxton said. “Rail
                                                                                     and federal government work            environmental impact study that        service to northern New Jersey
                                                                                     together to provide commuters the      currently is underway, to the final    rail stations would also allow our
                                                                                     most efficient and productive          environmental impact statement.        resident to access other job mar-
                                                                                     routes of travel. By reducing con-        Congressman Saxton said the         kets, academic institutions, mili-
                                                                                     gestion and connecting communi-        study is needed to advance the         tary bases and medical centers.
                                                                                     ties to urbanized areas, we will       project by examining alternate         Funding this study is a good step
                                                                                     continue to create jobs and            routes in order to select the option   forward.”
                                                                                     improve the economy.”                  that best suits the region’s overall
                                                                                        “The Monmouth County Board          needs.

                                                                                                                Think Happy Thoughts!

                                                                                                                                                                        LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                                                                          Peter Pan, played by Stacie Morano of Somers Point [above, left] and Wendy, played by
                                                                                       Shanna Nolan of Belmar, meet for the first time in the Spring Lake Theatre Company’s rendi-
                                                                                       tion of the children’s classic “Peter Pan,” which opened last night at the Spring Lake
                                                                                       Community House. The musical continues tonight, as well as on Aug. 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24,
                                                                                       25, 26 and 27. Shows are at 8 p.m.
                                                                                                       THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                 PAGE 31

                                      should re-assess the way in which      flow back into the river, Mr.        Monday’s press conference.              Shark River channels have been
— SHARK RIVER —                       they were proposing to dredge it.      McAllan said.                           He and other RAB members             shrinking due to shoaling that
          From Page 1                    Rather than drying the possibly        He said the system was a popu-    were planning to write the              have now left it less than 3-feet
                                      polluted materials on land, offi-      lar method used in other contami-    SRBEPC regarding their position.        deep in certain areas, Mr. Rospos
the river, RAB co-chairman Bob        cials could use a cleaner, but more    nated riverways around the coun-        Despite RAB protests, officials      said.
McAllan said during a meeting         expensive, method, he said.            try.                                 involved with the dredging said            Brian F. Hegarty, president of
several weeks ago.                       What he called an “environ-            The alternative dredging system   following the de-watering process       the Shark River Cleanup
  Following Monday’s press con-       mental dredge,” would entail a         would be better than allowing pol-   the materials would be trucked          Coalition, said the materials
ference Mr. McAllan said the          device that would scoop up             lutants to settle into the ground    from the Wall site to the landfill in   include grass clippings from
Shark River Bay has pollution         riverbed materials along with the      and the water flow back into the     Neptune off of West Bangs               lawns, as well as leaves and dirt
problems that needed to be            water. The materials would be          river, he said.                      Avenue.                                 that people sweep from the streets
addressed.                            raised to the surface and brought         Mr. McAllan added he and             The first phase of the project       and their property. All of those
  Though he was in favor of           aboard a barge. The water would        other RAB members’ communica-        could see as much as 150,000            materials have filtered into the
dredging Shark River, which he        then run through a cleansing sys-      tion with the SRBEPC was             cubic yards of dredged materials,       river over the years.
agreed it badly needs, officials      tem that would purge it of pollu-      “weak” and that the Wall organi-     Mr. Rospos said.                           The officials also talked of
                                      tants. The clean water would then      zation was not even invited to          The landfill can hold 1.1 mil-       receiving a “blanket permit” from
                                                                                                                  lion cubic yards of materials and       the state in order to dredge all the
                                                                                                                  once the access roads are closed        necessary areas.
                                                                                                                  off, capacity would increase to 1.5        The waterfront of Shark River

Harris elected as UWMC chairman                                                                                   million cubic yards, he said.
                                                                                                                     Dredging could only occur
                                                                                                                  from September to December
                                                                                                                                                          has numerous private land owners,
                                                                                                                                                          as well as public. If officials do
                                                                                                                                                          not receive a blanket permit then
   H. Dan Harris, CFO of Birdsall     Navarro of the Monmouth County         better,” said Mr. Harris. “I look    because of the flounder spawning        each party would have to be sepa-
Services Group in Sea Girt, and a     Department of Human Services,          forward to the challenges of lead-   season, Neptune City Mayor              rately approved for an individual
Monmouth County civic leader,         Freehold and treasurer Donald          ing this organization in 2005-06,    Thomas A. Arnone said.                  permit, Mayor Catley said.
was recently elected Chairman of      Pignataro, a community represen-       working with our volunteers, staff      During Monday’s press confer-           As part of Neptune’s goal of
the Board of the Directors for the    tative of Shrewsbury.                  and community at large.”             ence, SRBEPC officials, which           developing the Shark River bay
United Way of Monmouth                   UWMC is rich in its tradition          United Way of Monmouth            include representatives from            front, Mayor Catley said, the
County. Harris has taken over the     of support for local organizations     County is the leading agency in      Avon, Wall, Belmar, Neptune and         dredging of the north channel
reins from Rose Ann Slawson,          that provide food and shelter for      the community, in providing          Neptune City, endorsed the dredge       would improve conditions for
Partner JH Cohn, LLC who              those in need, that take in and care   grants to Monmouth County’s          plan as a key step to save the river    water taxis to shuttle patrons over
served as the chair for the past      for those desiring to make a           qualified non-profit agencies,       and to have a final plan presented      to future waterfront restaurants.
three years.                          change for the better, that develop    building coalitions, solving prob-   to the state by September.                 Presently, the channel during
   Mr. Harris has been a member       young minds for a healthy and          lems and acting as an advocate for      After Neptune and Belmar             low tide would make it impossible
of the board of directors for the     productive adulthood and that          those less fortunate. United Way     received a $20,000 grant from the       for water taxis to cross the river
past eight years, and previously      tutor children of all ages to learn    raises funds through a variety of    state         Department           of   without running aground, he said.
served as treasurer and vice chair-   and apply new skills.                  corporate campaigns, community       Transportation to draft the dredg-         If the channel is dredged the
man. He also has served on               The organization also provides      leadership giving, generous dona-    ing plan, the officials from those      water taxis could operate at their
numerous United Way commit-           an impartial forum for all of the      tions from the citizens of           towns invited the other Shark           discretion, Mayor Catley said.
tees including the Spring Tee-Off     Monmouth County health and             Monmouth County, and special         River municipalities to join their         He called plans to develop the
Committee, finance committee,         human service providers to col-        events. We invest all these finan-   efforts in May, Neptune Mayor           waterfront with condominiums,
personnel committee and resource      laborate, making their delivery        cial and human resources directly    Thomas Catley said.                     shops and restaurants “upscale
investment committee.                 systems more efficient and effec-      into programs that produce real         Assemblyman Sean Kean [R-            and sophisticated.”
   He will serve a one-year term      tive.                                  results for our community. For       11] was on hand Monday pledging            “The [Shark River Bay water-
as chairman, along with officers         “The more I learn about the         more information about the           his support and said he would           front] is very much underutilized
vice chairman Woodrow Holmes,         UWMC mission the more                  United Way, or to get involved as    work with the SRBEPC to get the         right now,” Mayor Catley said.
President     of     Viatech     in   impressed I become with how            a volunteer call 732-938-5988.       state on board with the project.           SRBEPC members said an Aug.
Eatontown;       secretary    Luis    many lives are touched for the                                                 Over the last 50 to 60 years, the    16 meeting would take place in
                                                                                                                                                          Belmar to allow the public to con-
                                                                                                                                                          tribute their input.

                                            Déja View
                                Photos From Our Readers’ Archives

                            The Dell Royals ~ Circa Late 1950s
     The Belmar Dell Royals, organized in 1957, established one of the finest records of any Shore basketball team. The
   team was made up of Belmar and South Belmar players who all came out of the Belmar Recreation Program. Coached
   by the late Tom Hope, the team won 47 out of 58 games between 1957 and 1961, and played the best teams through-
   out the Jersey Shore. Members of the team included Glen Ketchem [above, bottom row, from left] Bob Cooper, Bill
   Quinn, Art Guglielmo, Mike McCormick and the late John Cobb. Also, Frank Haviland [standing, from right], the late
   Jack Dempsey, Howard Dombroski, Mark Munday, Stanley Ketchem and Bob Pasciuto. Other players not picture includ-
   ed Jack Fitzpatrick, Henry Wooley, Jerry Feeney and Harold Fowler.The photograph was submitted to The Coast Star
   by Robert Pasciuto, Lakewood.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE RECORD
    GERTRUDE S. HOSKINS, Publisher 1959-1961                                                                                                                                                                                    From The Files of The Coast Star
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                       JAMES M. MANSER                                                                                                                                                                                                            50 YEARS AGO
                         Editor-Publisher                                                                                                                                                                                  • All boat owners navigating off the Sea Girt coast are cau-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tioned to stay outside the danger area established because of
                    DOUGLAS M. PAVILUK                                                                                                                                                                                  range firing at the National Guard Camp.
                       Managing Editor                                                                                                                                                                                     The danger area is marked by two SPAR buoys. From land
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        this location is three miles due east of Sea Girt Avenue and one
                Subscription Price: $25 Per Year                                                                                                                                                                        mile southward.
                  Within Monmouth County                                                                                                                                                                                   • At the meeting of the borough council Monday night Fire
               Outside of Monmouth County: $37                                                                                                                                                                          Chief Alvin Weirman took issue with a petition that was pre-
                  Single Copy Price: 75 Cents                                                                                                                                                                           sented to council at its July 25 meeting which said that firemen
               (All mail subscriptions must be paid in advance                                                                                                                                                          and first aid men endanger lives on Parker Avenue by speeding
            to comply with regulations of the U.S. Postal Service)
          Entered at the Manasquan Post Office as Periodicals Mail
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        in emergencies.
               Nov. 10, 1909, under the Act of March 3, 1879                                                                                                                                                               Chief Weirman said one person on the petition denied there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        was anything in the letter pertaining to firemen or first aid men
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        when he signed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The chief declared he had figures to show that firemen used
                     How To Reach Us
                                                                                                            LETTERS TO THE EDITOR                                                                                       Parker Avenue only on rare occasions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           • Nine persons were killed in motor vehicle accidents in
                                                                           OPEN SPACE BROCHURE WAS INFORMATIVE & WELL                              own way they are winning]. Israel is ready to give them land as      New Jersey during the week ending Sunday midnight. The
                                                                           PREPARED                                                                a reward for being a terrorist. The U.S. can’t get things done       1955 total to date is 422 compared with 417 at the same date
                                                                           Editor, The Coast Star:                                                 because of our political bodies. The Kennedys of the world talk      last year.
               Main phone number: 732-223-0076                                                                                                                                                                             Attorney General Richman said that last week’s victims
                                                                              Why would the mailing of an open space brochure to                   peace and do nothing but make more money. They use the poor
• James Manser, Publisher, Ext. 12 •                                                                                                                                                         were four drivers, four pedestrians and one passenger.
                                                                           Manasquan residents warrant front page in your newspaper?               as serfs. England is starting to realize how deep the cancer is.
• Douglas Paviluk, Managing Editor, Ext. 27 •      What should have been on the front page is the outrage many                                                                                                            25 YEARS AGO
                                                                                                                                                   France always helps the enemy in order to show what a world
                         Letters to the Editor                             residents of Manasquan are feeling about the 10.9 percent               power they are and most of all to make money. Spain tried but           • Spring Lake Heights residents will have an opportunity to
• Our e-mail address is:                          increase in their property taxes.                                       they are not strong enough to fight a war. Italy has never stood     approve or reject the construction of a $450,000 municipal
• Our fax number is 732-223-8212                                              I thought the open space brochure was informative and quite          up for the long haul. It is time for ever one of us to wake up and   complex at a special election on Sept. 23.
• Our address is 13 Broad St., Manasquan, N.J. 08736                       well prepared. Is it wrong now to mail information to the tax-          realize that we are at war. How many lives have to be lost for us       Council voted unanimously Monday night to hold a non-
         All letters must include the author’s name, address,              payers with their bills to try to save postage money? Perhaps           to wake up? How many loved ones are to be blown up?                  binding referendum on whether the ordinance providing fund-
      phone number and e-mail address for verification purposes.           Councilwoman Pat Connolly should not be exercising the fiscal           Remember one thing — appeasement is to lose this war. If you         ing for the project should be confirmed or not.
                                  News                                     responsibility she is noted for but rather agree with the rest of the   think this is a rough article, it was meant to be. As always, G-d       • Introduction of a $210,000 bond ordinance for a new water
• Matt O’Brien, Wall Township reporter, Ext. 17                            council to carelessly spend the taxpayers money without limita-         bless America.                                                       well and consideration of a $20,000 bond issue for improve-                                                tions. The mayor and certain members of the council of                                                         HERB GREENBURG, JR.           ments to a fire truck topped Sea Girt Council’s agenda Tuesday
• Brian O’Keefe, Spring Lake Hts. & Sea Girt reporter, Ext. 19             Manasquan seemed insulted that she did not ask their permis-                                                 Ocean Ave., Avon-by-the-Sea     night.                                                sion. I think they should have commended her on the savings                                                ~                                    In mid-July one of the town’s three wells failed and was
• Kara Lott, Belmar & Brielle reporter, Ext. 20 •   and production of the brochure. However, this issue is quite irrel-     THE BOTTOM LINE — ZERO-BASED BUDGETING MUST BE                       declared permanently unuasable.
                                                                           evant when compared to the 10.9 percent tax increase, a subject         DONE RIGHT, OR IT SHOULD NOT BE DONE AT ALL                             A new well — to be known as No. 7 — will be started as
• Ryan Greene, Spring Lake & Lake Como reporter, Ext. 26
                                                                           the governing body appears to ignore. I would recommend a les-          Editor, The Coast Star:                                              soon as the $210,000 bond measure is approved and a contrac-
                                                                           son in priority management to the mayor and council.                       I have many reasons to be skeptical of Monmouth County            tor is selected for the work.
• Manasquan & Avon reporter, Ext. 23                                                                                                                                                                                                              10 YEARS AGO
                                                                                                                     CHARLES SCLAFANE              freeholders' announcement they intend to use zero-based bud-
                                                                                                          South Farragut Avenue, Manasquan         geting when building the 2006 county budget. I wonder why               • Nearly a month after his initial arrest Wall Township
• Brett Savage, Bradley Beach reporter, Letters to the editor,                                                                                                                                                          Recreation Director Thomas B. White has been reassigned
                                                                                                              ~                                    they are embracing a business concept first initiated by
   obituaries, weddings, engagements & births, Ext. 22 • bsavage@the                                                                                                                                                    pending the completion of legal action against the former high
                                                                           THANK YOU TO THE CUSTODIAL STAFF AT THE BRIELLE                         Democrat Jimmy Carter in the early 1970s when he was gover-                                                                                                                                                                                                        school varsity basketball coach.
                                                                           ELEMENTARY                                                              nor of Georgia. Are they admitting Democrats have a better
                                  Sports                                                                                                                                                                                   Mr. White, director of recreation and buildings and grounds,
                                                                           Editor, The Coast Star:                                                 handle on finances than Republicans? I worry this is just a pub-
• Dan Pennucci, Ext. 28 •                          As the director of the Brielle summer recreation program, I          lic relations ploy rather than a real commitment to cost review      will continue as supervisor of buildings and grounds but no
• Patrick Martin, Ext. 29 •                       would like to publically express my gratitude for the efforts and       and reduction. Freeholder William C. Barham states                   longer will be involved in the decision involving recreation.
                              Photography                                  cooperation extended by the custodial staff at the Brielle              “Department heads will have to justify every expense.” Didn't           The announcement was made following a special executive
• Marc Fiorelli, Ext. 31                                                   Elementary School. I have been involved with many summer                they always have to that? Are they now admitting that previ-         session Monday morning of the Wall Township Committee.
• Lauren Parker, Ext. 31                                                   camps and recreation programs and I can honestly say that Ray           ously department heads weren't concerned with expenses? But             • Manasquan’s Save the Cove committee, which fought for
                               Circulation                                 Ericsson’s staff is the best I have ever worked with. No favor or       most importantly, I am concerned the freeholders do not really       the environmental conservation of the undeveloped area known
• Lauren M. Baduini, Director of Circulation & Marketing, Ext. 21          request gets overlooked. They always keep things in the per-            understand zero-based budgeting — how to do it, the cost of it,      as Fishermen’s Cove, is no more.                                                   spective that whatever we all do is “for the kids”, and our pro-        and the commitment needed for it to be successful. The reality          Their demise, however, is not a sad one, but is instead looked
                                                                           gram could not function without their assistance. Thank you             is zero-based budgeting:                                             at as a new beginning, as members of the committee met with
• Joan Cordes, Ext. 10 • Cathy Wardell, Ext. 10
                                                                           gentlemen.                                                                 • increases the time and expense of preparing a budget.           representatives of the Monmouth County Parks System yester-
                                                                                                                   RICHARD M. TRIMBLE                 • is extremely labor intensive.                                   day at the Bait Shop on the tip of Fishermen’s Cove to cele-
• Ext. 13                                                                                                                                                                                                               brate the recent acquistion of the tract — via condemnation
•                                                                          Wyckoff Avenue, Manasquan             • provides no ability to plan for potential future programs or
                                                                                                              ~                                    projects.                                                            proceedings begun by the county — which ends the three year
•                                                                                                                                                                                           grassroots battle to acquire the land as a conservation site.
                                                                           APPEASEMENT IS A ONE-WAY ROAD TO DESTRUCTION                               The success of zero-based budgeting hinges strongly on lead-
• Classified fax: 732-528-1212                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1 YEAR AGO
                                                                           Editor, The Coast Star:                                                 ership that is dedicated to the task. Allowing people [like
                                  Legals                                      Appeasement is a one-way road to destruction. History has            department heads] who will be most effected by the elimination          • Avon-by-the-Sea’s former commissioners and a number of
• Lucille Jarman, Ext. 14                                                  proved it over and over. Somehow man cannot learn by past mis-          of programs to conduct their own reviews will likely be coun-        residents blasted the current board on Monday for filing a law-
• Legals fax: 732-528-1212                                                 takes. Right now the “world” is fighting a battle with this enemy.      terproductive, since most people are quick to protect their own      suit against the borough public works department union, a
           Real Estate/Business & Service Advertising                      He has no uniform and blends into the crowd. He has no value            interests. And attempting to do zero-based budgeting for every       complaint that one lawyer called “frivolous” and said he would
• Linda Quigley, Ext. 25 •                          of life, whether it be man, woman, child or his own life. We are        department, as the freeholders indicate, is nearly an impossible     seek to have dismissed.
                               Advertising                                 fighting a battle with our dear boys’ and girls’ lives, and the         task. Financial experts all agree, only several departments can         That lawsuit, filed against the Avon Public Works
• Linda Baumgartner, Ext. 16                                               biggest help to the enemy is the do-gooder. For some reason,            be done at one time. In Oklahoma, which adopted zero-based
                                                                           they can’t see the forest for the trees. This enemy has one goal
• Colleen Broderick, Ext. 15
• Justin Bach, Ext. 24
• Karen France, 732-899-7606
                                                                           and one goal only — the destruction of the free world. They look
                                                                           upon us as weak infidels. In the present time this enemy is at war
                                                                                                                                                   budgeting, officials apply the method to only two departments
                                                                                                                                                   and several agencies each year. Once those reviews are done,
                                                                                                                                                   the same departments will not see another zero-based review for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Upcoming Meetings
• Sales Fax: 732-528-1212                                                  with Israel, the U.S., England, Spain, Italy, and France. They          eight years. The bottom line — zero-based budgeting must be                        — MONDAY, AUGUST 15 —
                              Bookkeeping                                  don’t have to worry about it because they broke their backbone.         done right, or it should not be done at all. And our freeholders     • Manasquan Council, 7 p.m. workshop, 8 p.m. regular, bor-
                                                                           They are smart, and they have all the pacing in the world. They         do not know how to do it right.                                      ough hall, East Main Street.
• Kathy Glaser, Ext. 11 •
                                                                           are in no rush. Money is not a problem; our “friends” give them                                                           GARY FARACI        • Belmar Planning Board, 7:30 p.m., borough hall, Main
                                                                           all they need.                                                                                                Gully Road, Wall Township      Street.
• Joyce Manser, Ext. 18 •                                One thing that they understand is strength. You cannot give                                                                               • Lake Como Board of Education, 7 p.m., borough hall, Main
• Pam Yoncak, Ext. 18                                                      them money or land. While we argue among ourselves, they are                                                                                 Street.
• Wally Bilotta, Ext. 18                                                   planning the next disaster. These people are a cancer that must                                                                                            — TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 —
                                                                           be cut out. They are chipping away at the free world [and in their                    See LETTERS, PAGE 33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Manasquan Board of Education, 7 p.m. workshop & regu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lar, high school media center, Broad Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Lake Como Council, 7:30 p.m., borough hall, Main Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   — WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Sea Girt Planning Board, 7:30 p.m., elementary school, Bell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Wall Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m., Municipal Complex,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2100 Allaire Road.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Belmar Board of Education, 7 p.m., elementary school,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Main Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    — THURSDAY, AUGUST 18 —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Bradley Beach Zoning Board, 6:30 p.m. workshop, 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        regular, borough hall, 701 Main Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Avon Board of Commissioners, workshop, 3:30 p.m., bor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ough hall, Main Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Avon Planning Board, 7 p.m. workshop, 8 p.m. regular, bor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ough hall, Main Street.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Observations of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ADAM YANKEE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           When something
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           goes wrong, it is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           more important
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to decide who is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             going to fix it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              than who is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               to blame.
                                                                                                            THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005          PAGE 33

                        — LETTERS —                                             members, who are too numerous to name, have a special place in our
                              From Page 32                                         Words cannot express the appreciation the squad has for this associa-
                                                                                tion. They have gone above and beyond just running an event for us. The
OPEN LETTER TO BELMAR MAYOR KENNETH PRINGLE                                     moral support that they have given us through the years has been out-
    Dear Mayor Pringle,                                                         standing and for that and the tournament, we cannot thank them enough.
    For whatever reason, the Borough of Belmar, through you and your            We sincerely hope that our relationship will last for many more years to
administration, appear to be obsessed with matters within your neigh-           come.
boring town of Lake Como. Initially you sought to gain control of our                                                                      JUDY CHECHE
borough maintenance department. Failing that, you attempted to absorb                                                             Mercer Ave., Spring Lake
our police department. That too, failed. You then had the brazen audac-                                                 ~
ity to come to our council meeting and demand that the renewal of the           SQUAN LIFEGUARD ASSOCIATION THANKS TOURNAMENT SPONSORS
liquor license of Bar Anticipation be denied. Your latest effort to intim-      Editor, The Coast Star:
idate the Lake Como Borough Council by filing a lawsuit seeking to                 The members of the Manasquan Lifeguard Association would like to
prohibit the local ABC Board from hearing any matters involving Bar             thank the sponsors of the 21st Annual Manasquan Lifeguard Relays.
Anticipation has taken you to a new low and in my opinion is nothing            Approximately 160 competitors from eight local beach patrols competed
short of harassment.                                                            in this year's tournament. When organizing an event such as this, much
    I challenge you to explain to the citizens of your town the reason you      time, effort, and support are asked of a great many people. For that rea-
are using their tax monies to pursue nonproductive matters such as fil-         son we wish to thank the following people for both their efforts on behalf,
ing suit against the Borough of Lake Como. Your Chief of Police indi-           and in support of the Manasquan Lifeguards: Gee Gee's, Leggetts,
cated that during the year 2004 he spent more than $88,000 patrolling           O’Neill's Bar Grill & Guesthouse, Open MRI of Wall and Dr. Monaco,
the area around Bar Anticipation, which resulted in approximately 26            Re/Max Bay Point Realtors, The Mill, and The Parker House. With the
summonses being issued. Even now I notice that on a nightly basis,              continued support of these great organizations, the tournament continues
there are at least two police vehicles stationed directly across the street     to be one of the most anticipated events of the summer.
from Bar Anticipation. It does not take a genius to figure that that is a                                                             BRIAN NEUWIRTH
bad rate of return and a poor use of taxpayer money. In my opinion that                                                          Church Street, Manasquan
money would have benefited the residents of Belmar more if you had                                                      ~
spent it providing services, reducing taxes, and providing a better qual-       MANASQUAN PROPERTY TAXES ARE ON THE RISE … AGAIN
ity of life by controlling the crowds around liquor establishments in           Editor, The Coast Star:
your own town.                                                                     Manasquan’s property tax information was delivered last week. I
    A review of the records in this office does not show Bar Anticipation       believe my husband and I are not the only Manasquan residents who are
to be in violation of any ordinance or ABC regulation that would call           very concerned by what appears to be substantial yearly increases. Last
into question the operation of that business.                                   year residents faced reassessments on their property; this year some
    At a time when economic conditions are forcing many residents of            blame the municipal budgets and referendum for the hefty annual
Lake Como to make cost of living adjustments, it is deplorable that the         increase. Whatever the reasons, property owners in Manasquan and in
Borough of Lake Como is forced to use taxpayer money to defend itself           this state can not afford annual average property tax increases of 10 to 14
against an unwarranted frivolous lawsuit such as the one you recently           percent.
filed.                                                                             No one in the municipalities or state government is held accountable
                                 MAYOR LAWRENCE CHIARAVALLO                     for the outrageous budgets and runaway spending. Politicians must think
                                                   Borough of Lake Como         the average N.J. property owner is an unlimited cash cow. Who can afford
                                      ~                                         $700+ yearly increases on taxes [average for an assessed $500,000 home
Editor, The Coast Star:                                                            What the little guy needs is a strong, forceful lobby group to push for
    To the lifeguards of Sea Girt, my family and I are truly grateful for you   tax reform, caps, budget control and accountability. If anyone knows of
guys keeping such a good watch out there. If it wasn’t for you, we would        such a group, my husband and I would be happy to join. In the meantime,
have probably all drowned. We just wanted to show our sincere thanks            my only recourse is to write to my senators, congressmen and municipal
and appreciation to all the Sea Girt lifeguards. Keep up the good work.         representatives to urge them to take this issue seriously and to actually be
Thank you so much for saving our lives. I wanted to express my appre-           proactive and do something. I hope others will write or call their govern-
ciation.                                                                        ing representatives. Who knows, if enough of the silent majority raise
                                                             ROBIN AVON         their voices loud enough over property tax limits and reforms, change
                                          Riverside Terrace, Wall Township      will occur.
                                      ~                                                                                      SANDRA AND BILL WEAG
HEADLINE WAS INSULTING TO OPEN SPACE COMMITTEE                                                                                    First Avenue, Manasquan
Editor, The Coast Star:                                                                                                 ~
    The front page The Coast Star article of Aug. 4 ran with an inflamma-       A WISH REGARDING THE MANASQUAN PROPERTY TAX HIKE
tory headline — “Use of open space trust fund money also called into            Editor, The Coast Star:
question” which was very insulting to the Open Space Committee. This               I was taught not to bring a problem to the table unless I also had a sug-
was written in regards to our local open space tax money that was used          gestion for a solution. Perhaps it’s just the extreme heat, but I would like
to generate the open space brochure. The Open Space Committee                   to try that with what I perceive as a problem. Problem — budget account-
received a matching 2003 Environmental Services Program [ESP] grant             ability. There is no business organization I have worked with in the last
from the DEP to generate a GIS map of the open space in Manasquan —             decade that has not had to find way to cut costs and implement share-
you may have seen the copy in the borough hall or in the lobby of               holder directives. On the other hand, Manasquan taxes just increased
Manasquan library. Half of the money was left in the grant and therefore        more than 10 percent and I don’t even understand why.
the committee asked the DEP for a time extension and a scope expansion             Perhaps if I understood that basis, I could try to appreciate the neces-
so we could use the money for the informational brochure as part of the         sity. When I managed a business budget of hundreds of millions of dol-
Open Space Committee’s responsibility for educating the public. The             lars, I was accountable for individual salaries, contracts, etc …and these
check for the $1,500 grant was just received from the DEP and will be           are items I can’t identify in high-level published town budgets. While I
deposited in the open space fund.                                               believe that ever-increasing spending is a problem at every level of gov-
    Another point of clarification: the council knew the Open Space             ernment, perhaps we can begin to address it at the municipal level.
Committee applied for and received the grant, knew we would need half              Suggestions — detailed line-item [not summary] budget published in
the funds from the open space fund, and did approve the payment for the         The Coast Star, citizens’ groups to work with the council to help elimi-
open space brochure in the payment of bills that they approve at every          nate expense; publishing record of council members’ attendance and
council meeting. The accusation of misuse of open space funds as it is          votes on budget issues.
expressed in the caption is at best ill-informed and at worst malicious.           And finally, a wish — I wish that the borough council [and frankly,
    Secondly, why is such an issue being made about a legitimate action of      The Coast Star] expressed more interest in the size of the budget
getting information to Manasquan residents by mailing the brochure with         increase, and less interest in items such as the money-saving inclusion of
the taxes? We asked for permission from the finance department and got          a brochure on open space [itself an important issue], contained in the tax
it. The Open Space Committee stuffed empty envelopes and delivered              mailing.
them to the finance office. You pay an open space tax with your taxes —                                                                  JANE CARBONE
why not receive an informational brochure that explains the program?                                                                 Sims Ave., Manasquan
Apparently this has been done in the past with other documents in other
mailings without any problems and hence the finance people said yes.
The procedure apparently will be changed in the future, but why such an
extreme response for something that was done solely to save the taxpay-
ers money [$.37 X 4,000, you do the math]? As a volunteer it is very dis-
heartening to have the issues misrepresented and blown out of propor-
                                                     NANCY S. TISCHIO
                                              Meadow Avenue, Manasquan
Editor, The Coast Star:
    On August 6, the Fairway Mews Association hosted the Twelfth
Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Spring Lake First Aid
Squad. On this Saturday, the committee worked harder than ever. They
did a great job. The chairmen, Nancy and Alex Blanchet, are gracious and
wonderful people. Others that we would be remiss if we did not mention
are Kevin Kenny, the golf pro, who effortlessly does his job, and Brian
O’Gibney, who paves the way and does everything well. The committee
PAGE 34                                                                                               THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005

 Wall Township officials insist police are not being intimidated
   — FROM PAGE 1 —                    ance carrier.                        den camera in the locker room in          Wall Township Administrator       Verruni said last week. “We will     incidents. Rather, a superior offi-   cerning the bringing of this
                                         The name of the supervisor        an attempt to identify the officer,    Joseph L. Verruni contends the       not tolerate any of our employees    cer heard of the matter and report-   action.”
any personal property as a result     who is alleged to have called in     or officers, who were “teasing”        notes left in the officer’s locker   being subjected to bias or harass-   ed it.                                   Mr. McLaughlin said the super-
of the lawsuit. He said it is stan-   officers and questioned them is      another officer about his ethnicity,   were more than teasing, and has      ment and we investigate all such        Mr. McLaughlin reiterated in a     visor did “have several conversa-
dard procedure for a municipality     being withheld by The Coast Star     Mr. Woodruff has said.                 characterized them as “bias inci-    incidents thoroughly and profes-     letter to Mr. Woodruff dated last     tions” with some of the plaintiffs
to indemnify its employees            since the original complaint filed      The camera was subsequently         dents” that were investigated by     sionally.”                           Friday the department’s position      who are members of the Superior
against such a lawsuit, and that      regarding the hidden camera has      discovered by an officer, who          the police department’s internal        Former Monmouth County            that the questioning sessions         Officer’s Association.
any damages assessed personally       not been amended to include any      reported it to his union represen-     affairs unit, in cooperation with    Prosecutor John Kaye said in         never occurred.                          Mr. McLaughlin also ques-
against an employee, if they were     of these latest accusations.         tative. The representative then        the      Monmouth          County    March that his office directed the      “[The supervisor] did not ‘call    tioned the appropriateness of Mr.
acting in their capacity as an           According to the lawsuit, Chief   contacted Mr. Woodruff and the         Prosecutor’s Office.                 camera be put in place.              in’ any of the plaintiffs in these    Woodruff representing the Wall
employee of the township, would       Hall authorized supervisors to       lawsuit was filed seeking dam-            “Wall Township treats bias           The officer who was the subject   matters,” Mr. McLaughlin said.        officers in this matter. He pointed
be covered by the town’s insur-       search lockers and place the hid-    ages for invasion of privacy.          incidents very seriously,” Mr.       of the notes did not report the      “Nor did he ‘question them’ con-      out that Mr. Woodruff represents a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wall Township woman who is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  suing the Wall Police and specifi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cally two officers who are part of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the hidden camera lawsuit. Those
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  two officers, however, are not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  named in the complaint with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  56 other Wall officers, but are list-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ed separately on a complaint filed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  by Morristown attorney Michael
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Having another attorney repre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sent the two officers in question
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  normally would head off any con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  flict-of-interest complaint, how-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ever, Mr. McLaughlin said the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  matter “raises a question in my
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  mind with respect to the propriety
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of your representation of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  plaintiffs in these matters.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. McLaughlin said that while
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. Pedicini is listed as the attor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ney for the two officers, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  receipt of the complaints from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  just Mr. Woodruff’s office, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  “striking similarity of the com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  plaints,” and the “identical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  address” of Mr. Woodruff’s office
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and Mr. Pedicini’s office “raise a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  question as to whether it is appro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  priate for you to serve as attorneys
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for the plaintiffs in this matter.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. McLaughlin said he would
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  be informing the township’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  insurance carrier of his concerns.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Woodruff and Mr. Pedicini
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  were both on vacation this week
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and could not be reached for addi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tional comment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     However, Mr. Woodruff’s sec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  retary, Danielle Delleney, said
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  yesterday the two attorneys share
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the same office, but are not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  employed by the same firm. She
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  said Mr. Pedicini rents office
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  space from Mr. Woodruff’s law
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Woodruff also has filed a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  separate complaint on behalf of a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wall officer who alleged he was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the victim of sexual harassment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  from a superior officer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     After viewing the officer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  unclothed on the videotapes from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the hidden camera, the superior
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  officer allegedly approached the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  patrolman in the police parking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lot and made sexual comments to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  him, Mr. Woodruff said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The comments made him
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  uncomfortable and caused him
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  embarrassment among his peers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and family, the complaint states.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The two officers who are being
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  represented by Mr. Pedicini had a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  complaint filed against them as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the result of an April 18, 2002
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  incident in which they handcuffed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  a woman and removed her from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  her home to be taken to a crisis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  treatment center. The woman’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  husband called police when she
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  attempted to take the family car
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  keys and leave the home in an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  upset state. Upon arrival, the hus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  band told the officers everything
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  was OK. However, the officers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  determined she needed to be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  removed from the premises. That
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lawsuit contends the officers vio-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lated her civil rights by removing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  her from her home and transport-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ing her to a crisis center.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Antique and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Road Show set
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The Bradley Beach Tourism
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Commission would like to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  announce the Third Annual
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Antique and Collectibles Road
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Show to be held, rain or shine, at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the Ocean Avenue promenade,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  between Brinley and Fifth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  avenues, on Sunday, Aug. 14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  from 8 a.m to 4 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The road show will feature two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  on-site appraisers from 1 to 3 p.m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  — Carol Marini and Peg Steneck.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Both women have been profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sional appraisers for over 50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  years, are members of the New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  England Appraisers Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and are specialists in tag and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  estate sales.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     It will cost $5 to have one item
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  appraised and $10 to have three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  items appraised.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     For more information please
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  call 732-776-2999, ext. 20.
                                     K   C
                                                                       CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK                                                                                                    K   C
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                                                                                                                                                 • Obituaries •
                                                                                                                                                 • School News •
      Page      35       Thursday, August 11, 2005                                                                                               • Street Beat •

                                                By preserving the past,
                 Fred Carl hopes to ensure Camp                                      anish philosopher Søren     received 17 of those 37 acres from               STORY BY                          he worked until 2001. There he was

                                                                         D           Aabye        Kierkegaard
                                                                                     once wrote “history
                                                                                     runs forward, but is
                                                                                     seen backward.”
                                                                                     And that is precisely
                                                                                                                 the Army.
                                                                                                                    Mr. Carl is also a member of the
                                                                                                                    Infoage is a group of cooperating
                                                                                                                 nonprofit organizations dedicated to
                                                                                                                                                                MATT O’BRIEN
                                                                                                                                                               PHOTOGRAPHS BY
                                                                                                                                                                                                    a computer troubleshooter and
                                                                                                                                                                                                    assisted a clientele that included
                                                                                                                                                                                                    big-name companies like AT&T.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mr. Carl and his wife, Karin, who
                                                                                                                                                                                                    he married in 1980, purchased a
                                                                        what is happening at Camp Evans in       preserving information age tech-               LAUREN PARKER                       piece of property in Wall Township
                                                                        Wall Township.                           nologies by honoring the pioneers                                                  on Morris Lane in 1986. There the
                                                                           Wall Township Historian Fred          of communications and sharing                                 ~                    couple built a house and raised two
                                                                        Carl is ensuring the vital communi-      their stories with youngsters.               As a young boy, Mr. Carl’s inter-     daughters, Amanda and Corinne.
                                                                        cation technology center continues          The group’s goal is to convert the     est in science stemmed from his             Mr. Carl’s devotion to Camp
                                                                        to serve a vital role in the communi-    camp from an abandoned Army               grandfather, who was a science           Evans began in earnest in 1993,
                                                                        ty in the future while also serving as   installation into a center for learning   teacher. He also attributed his inter-   when he learned the Army had
                                                                        a museum for those who visit its         based on the model of the Liberty         est in the world of science, and the     declared the property surplus and
                                                                        grounds and want to learn about the      Science Center, Mr. Carl said.            gadgets that inhabit it, to the days     would be closing the camp.
                                                                        past.                                       Camp Evans will be a site of           when his father owned an appliance          “Some people looked at it as a
                                                                           A man who grew up with a pas-         learning technological history —          store in Long Branch.                    bunch of old buildings. Too many
                                                                        sion for science and history has         from the advances of wireless com-           He attended Long Branch High          for anyone to do anything with,” he
                                                                        worked feverishly to get the former      munication first introduced to the        School and transferred to Ocean          said. “They considered demolishing
                                                                        Army testing installation in Wall        public by Guglielmo Marconi to the        Township High School his senior          them all at an estimated price of $3
                                                                        Township up and running for, what        breakthroughs of satellite communi-       year, graduating in 1973.                million.”
                                                                        he envisions, is its new role in the     cations in the mid-1980s, Mr. Carl           He graduated from Monmouth               Well aware of Camp Evans’ past
                                                                        21st century.                            said.                                     College in 1977 with a degree in         and sharing Kierkegaard’s perspec-
                                                                           For the last 12 years, Mr. Carl,         Mr. Carl’s fondness for Camp           biology and education.                   tive on history, the former science
                                                                        51, has been a major player in the       Evans’ past is matched only by his           After completing college, he          teacher envisioned the property’s
                                                                        fight to clean up contaminants and       eagerness to share what is in store       returned to the Long Branch and          potential future by understanding its
                                                                        mold at the century-old technology       for its future.                           Ocean Township school districts as       past.
                                                                        development site and prepare it to          Though he will make no predic-         a part-time science teacher. While          A site that once brought some of
                                                                        be transferred to the township and       tions, Mr. Carl is hopeful technolo-      teaching science on a part-time          the sharpest minds together to
                                                                        other entities to serve as an educa-     gy companies will invest in the           basis Mr. Carl also enjoyed scuba        develop the leading technology
                                                                        tional center for people of all ages.    camp’s future.                            diving and researching shipwrecks.       throughout the 20th century could
                                                                           Earlier this week, over breakfast        Thus far, NASA and a defense              By the time 1980 rolled around,       do so again.
                                                                        at Happy Days, his favorite diner in     contractor, Harris Corporation, have      Mr. Carl was working for                    “Everything fell together. Why
                                                                        Wall, his hometown, the energetic        each poured money and materials           Continental Insurance as a comput-       can’t we save [the camp] for a his-
                                                                        computer expert discussed Camp           into the ambitious project.               er programmer.                           torical sense and give it a new pur-
                                                                        Evans’ — as well as his own —               The project recently received a           He received additional education      pose for communication [technolo-
                                                                        past, present and future.                $3,000 grant from the space agency        in computers from the company’s          gy],” Mr. Carl said.
                                                                           “In the future, if a person who       and another $15,000 from Harris to        nine-week technical training class          He and other members of the
                                                                        worked [at Camp Evans] during            preserve a satellite dish at the camp     and eventually earned his master’s       community who shared his vision
                                                                        World War I or World War II looked       that NASA once used for weather           degree in computer science in 1983       lobbied the local government to
                                                                        around at the buildings he would see     research, he said.                        from Monmouth College.                   save the site.
                                                                        the same thing as he did then,” he          Mr. Carl is hopeful that Hewlett-         While Mr. Carl was filling young         He presented his idea to the Wall
                                                                        said in reference to plans of main-      Packard will commit resources to          minds with the wonders of science,       Township Committee in 1994, call-
                                                                        taining the camp’s aging, but pol-       the camp because the company              he first came across a name he often     ing every official and asking them to
                                                                        ished, appearance. “But inside there     would realize — just like co-             discusses today — Guglielmo              allow him to get involved with the
                                                                        will be classrooms, exhibits and         founder William Hewlett realized          Marconi, the famous Italian scien-       project.
                                                                        thousands of students coming [and        when he worked there during World         tist who was able to improve exist-         “I can only say Fred is a tireless
                                                                        going] every day.”                       War II — its potential as an educa-       ing technologies that paved the way      volunteer and has provided our resi-
                                                                           Mr. Carl was referencing the Wall     tional tool.                              for other communication advances,        dents with great representation,”
                                                                        Township Restoration Advisory               “Hopefully, they will allow us to      like Morse code.                         Wall Township Administrator
                                                                        Board’s [RAB] goal of cleaning up        use their equipment or use their pro-        While researching shipwrecks          Joseph Verruni said.
                                                                        the site and transferring 37 acres of    grams without having to pay royal-        one day, Mr. Carl said he came              The portion of Camp Evans that
                                                                        the grounds over to the Infoage          ties,” Mr. Carl said.                     across the writings of Holmdel resi-     Mr. Carl has worked on has devel-
                                                                        Learning Center, of which he is the         He explained how officials will        dent Dr. Harold Zahl, who detailed       oped within the bounds of his
                                                                        director. The center has already         hopefully attain future donations         how Marconi was searching for            vision, Mr. Verruni added.
                                                                                                                 from NASA, like two-way digital           ways to make sea travel safer.              Committee members finally gave
                                                                                                                 television equipment, which could            In 1913, while Marconi was            him the OK to go ahead with the
           Wall Township                                                                                         allow students to communicate with        residing in New Jersey and operat-       idea and eventually the RAB was
      Historian Fred Carl                                                                                        astronauts in space.                      ing the Marconi Wireless Company,        created.
    [above] shows off a                                                                                             “He is the soul of the whole pro-      he set up a pair of testing sites for       “He is tireless worker and is ded-
     World War II rocket                                                                                         ject,” said Mike Ruane, who han-          his reception antennas — one at          icated to the project at Camp Evans
  that can be viewed at                                                                                          dled the transition of the Camp           Camp Evans and the other in              — he has a focus like a laser beam,”
        Camp Evans. The                                                                                          Evans property from the Army to           Highlands.                               Wall Mayor Ned Thomson said.
German V-2 rocket was                                                                                            the township. Mr. Ruane now owns             It was there the Italian tested his   “His commitment to this project is
   one of Hitler’s terror                                                                                        the the James Thomas Group, which         new radio technology on ships            more than anyone I have ever met.”
weapons during World                                                                                             serves as an emergency manage-            equipped with his apparatuses, Mr.          Perhaps, Mr. Carl’s vision came
    War II, Mr. Carl said.                                                                                       ment and counterterrorism consult-        Carl said, comparing Marconi to          just in the nick of time — at least for
      Military officials at                                                                                      ing firm in West Long Branch.             Microsoft founder Bill Gates.            local students.
     Camp Evans during                                                                                              “The amount of time and money          Neither man invented the technolo-          Mr. Carl believes the Camp
          that time were                                                                                         he’s devoted to get this thing off the    gy they are well-known for, but they     Evans site will be able to spark
 attempting to discover                                                                                          ground in face of so many people          were both able to successfully mar-      some students’ interest in science
    ways of interrupting                                                                                         who said it couldn’t be done is           ket their products, he said.             and math.
          its radio signal                                                                                       remarkable,” Mr. Ruane, who                  In 1983, Mr. Carl moved from
     guidance system so                                                                                          worked with Mr. Carl for 10 years         Continental Insurance to the com-
it would crash into the                                                                                          on the Camp Evans project, added.         puter manufacturer, Amdahl, where                See CARL, page 37
  ground without caus-
ing any causalities. Mr.
      Carl holds [right] a
1985 computer memo-
    ry board. One of his
    passions is teaching
      science, especially
 from a historical point
    of view. Mr. Carl has
     devoted the last 12
   years toward making
   Camp Evans a World
         War II memorial
              and science

      Fred is a tireless volun-
    teer and has provided
    our residents with great
                                              His commitment to this
                                             project is more than
                                             anyone I have ever met.
                                                                         He’s the soul of the
                                                                         whole Camp Evans

                                                                                   — Mike Ruane
                   — Joe Verruni                       — Ned Thomson
                                                                             Camp Evans transition                 Visitors to Camp Evans can see reproduction posters [above] that were used by the government dur-
    Wall Township Administrator                           Wall Mayor                                             ing World War II to illustrate the danger posed to the public by the Axis powers. Mr. Carl said the cam-
                                                                                      coordinator                paign was to motivate people to purchase war bonds to help the war effort.
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                                                                                                                         This week’s question:

      Street Beat                                                      “What is the best book you have read this summer?”

  “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.”   “‘What a Hoot…Number 11’   “‘Forever’ by Pete Hamil.”             “Freakanomics.”                              “The Nanny’s Diary.”                         “The Biography of Keith
                                by Janet Evanavich.”                                                                                                                                        Moon.”
          MAGGIE FERGUSON                                                 STEVE IOVIN                        BOBBY HENDRICKSON                             KIMBERLY CALDWELL
                  BRIELLE                      LIZ NICKL               WALL TOWNSHIP                                         SEA GIRT                       SHARK RIVER HILLS                                ROBERT GIUNCO
                                     SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                                                                                                                                                          MANASQUAN

                                                                            Belmar asks state to assume Bar A hearing
                                                                               — FROM PAGE 1 —                      years ago. The planning board, on         Belmar officials objected to the      reported Belmar spent $88,000 in
                                                                                                                    which Mayor Chiaravallo sits,          bar’s license being renewed on the       2004 patrolling the area in the bor-
                                                                                                                    determined the courts would cause      basis that drunk and disorderly          ough that closely borders Bar
                                                                            which was worth $9,666; Mr.
                                                                                                                    noise and parking problems in the      patrons from Bar Anticipation            Anticipation, saying that it was a
                                                                            Hyde leases a streetsweeper to the
                                                                                                                    neighborhood and prohibited their      cause quality of life concerns for       waste of Belmar taxpayer dollars,
                                                                            borough for $1 per year; and Bar
                                                                                                                    use, Mayor Chiaravallo said.           residents in Belmar as they leave        especially since, he believed, the
                                                                            Anticipation, along with most
                                                                                                                       “Is that bias?” he asked.           the establishment at night. The          patrols only yielded 26 summons-
                                                                            businesses in the borough, con-
                                                                                                                       Ms. Mekosh agreed that since        Lake Como Council, acting as the         es for the year.
                                                                            tributes to the annual Lake Como
                                                                                                                    the borough does not treat Bar         ABC board,          renewed       Bar       “I appreciate the mayor’s
                                                                            Day event, which formerly was
                                                                                                                    Anticipation differently from any      Anticipation’s license with the          advice on how Belmar can more
                                                                            known as South Belmar Day.
                                                                                                                    other business, the owner’s dona-      condition that officials from both       efficiently serve its taxpayers, but
                                                                               Ms. Mekosh also said an alco-
                                                                                                                    tions neither constituted a conflict   boroughs would meet before the           that’s not the issue here,” Mayor
                                                                            hol distributor which services Bar
                                                                                                                    of interest for the ABC board nor      scheduled Aug. 2 Lake Como               Pringle responded.
                                                                            Anticipation, and other liquor
                                                                                                                    deserved any suspicion.                Council meeting — which was                 Mayor Chiaravallo said the dis-
                                                                            establishments in the area, donat-
                                                                                                                       “That’s just the way this town      later canceled — to address their        cussion on potential conditions to
                                                                            ed about $2,500 for materials that
                                                                                                                    is. I don’t think it’s unusual [for    differences.                             be placed on Bar Anticipation’s
                                                                            were used in constructing the dais
                                                                                                                    Bar Anticipation to donate to the         “We have no choice but to ask         license, which was scheduled for
                                                                            in the municipal building.
                                                                                                                    borough] as long as the town isn’t     the state ABC to resolve this issue      next Tuesday, Aug. 16, will have
                                                                               Mr. Hyde could not be reached
                                                                                                                    allowing any special favors for        for us,” Mayor Pringle said this         to be postponed “until we get this
                                                                            for comment. A spokeswoman for
                                                                                                                    that,” she said.                       week about a lack of communica-          mess cleaned up.”
                                                                            Bar Anticipation said yesterday
                                                                                                                       Mayor Chiaravallo insisted that     tion from Lake Como since the               That will not happen until the
                                                                            that he would be gone for two
                                                                                                                    before taking such formal action       May hearing. “I have not received        state ABC division determines
                                                                                                                    as filing the petition, Mayor          any comfort in terms of any deci-        whether there is a conflict of inter-
                                                                               Because of these significant
                                                                                                                    Pringle should have contacted him      sion that the [Lake Como] Council        est in the Lake Como ABC
                                                                            donations, Belmar “respectfully
                                                                                                                    personally and asked to talk.          has made since that meeting.”            board’s governing the license
                                                                            petitions the [state ABC] Division
                                                                                                                       “If Mayor Pringle had just             Mayor Pringle also pointed to         renewal process.
                                                                            to assume the licensing and regu-
                                                                                                                    given me a call and expressed his      Mayor Chiaravallo’s apparent lack           Mayor Pringle said Belmar will
                                                                            lation of this liquor license so that
                                                                                                                    concerns … I would have sat            of interest in addressing the issue      accept whatever decision the state
                                                                            the adverse effects upon the
                                                                                                                    down       with     him,”    Mayor     when last month, he rebuffed an          ABC makes.
                                                                            Borough of Belmar and its resi-
                                                                                                                    Chiaravallo said. “I never received    invitation by Belmar Police Chief           “If it’s not a conflict, it’s not a
                                                                            dents by this license will be fairly,
                                                                                                                    such a call. This came out of the      Jack Hill to hold a meeting for all      conflict,” he said.
                                                                            impartially and adequately ana-
                                                                                                                    blue.”                                 licensed establishments in Belmar           Confident that there is neither a
                                                                            lyzed and addressed,” the petition
                                                                                                                       In an open letter to Mayor          and Lake Como to discuss ways to         credible conflict of interest or any
                                                                                                                    Pringle dated Aug. 9 and printed       improve quality of life in the area.     violations by Bar Anticipation that
                                                                               Mayor Chiaravallo took offense
                                                                                                                    in this newspaper, Mayor               Mayor Chiaravallo wrote Chief            would preclude the council from
                                                                            to the implication of bias among
                                                                                                                    Chiaravallo blasted the Belmar         Hill to tell him that none of Lake       renewing the bar’s license, Mayor
                                                                            his council acting as the local
                                                                                                                    mayor and the petition, calling it     Como’s bars would be in atten-           Chiaravallo said he felt the peti-
                                                                            ABC board. All municipal gov-
                                                                                                                    Mayor Pringle’s “latest effort to      dance at the meeting since the           tion and his letter to Mayor
                                                                            erning bodies in the state act as the
                                                                                                                    intimidate the Lake Como               owners had already met with the          Pringle are two more examples of
                                                                            local ABC board for annual
                                                                                                                    Borough Council.” He added that        Lake Como Police to discuss any          unpleasant business as usual
                                                                            renewal hearings and to hear
                                                                                                                    filing the petition “has taken you     problems.                                between Belmar and Lake Como.
                                                                            police or resident complaints. A
                                                                                                                    [Mayor Pringle] to a new low and          Three of Lake Como’s liquor              “This has been going on [a long
                                                                            local ABC board may impose
                                                                                                                    … is nothing short of harassment.”     establishments, including Bar            time],” Mayor Chiaravallo said.
                                                                            fines or shut-down an establish-
                                                                                                                       Mayor Pringle refuted that          Anticipation, however, were rep-         “It’s about time it comes to an
                                                                            ment for a period of time for
                                                                                                                    claim this week.                       resented at the meeting.                 end.”
                                                                            liquor license violations, although
                                                                                                                       “It’s certainly not intended to        Mayor Pringle said Belmar is in          However he defended his
                                                                            those penalties can be appealed to
                                                                                                                    harass the mayor or Lake Como          a position to either shrug off the       response to the petition, which his
                                                                            the state ABC if the license owner
                                                                                                                    or anyone else for that matter,” he    matter with Bar Anticipation —           letter said constitutes further evi-
                                                                            believes they are too severe.
                                                                                                                    said.                                  which he said would almost sug-          dence that the Belmar administra-
                                                                               “There’s no way they will
                                                                                                                       Mayor Pringle argued that           gest the borough was wrong for           tion is “obsessed with matters” in
                                                                            impugn my honesty and that of
                                                                                                                    Belmar, in fact, held off on filing    ever bringing the matter up — or         Lake Como.
                                                                            my fellow council people,” Mayor
                                                                                                                    the petition to give the Lake Como     ask the state ABC to step in and            “What are we supposed to do,
                                                                            Chiaravallo insisted. “It’s a stupid
                                                                                                                    mayor and council an opportunity       resolve the issue.                       sit back and let him [Mayor
                                                                                                                    to “make good” on the representa-         “We wouldn’t have raised this         Pringle] take potshots at us?” he
                                                                               Mayor Chiaravallo went on to
                                                                                                                    tion they made back in May at a        issue in the first place if it weren’t   said. “I know the s***’s gonna hit
                                                                            defend his impartiality, offering as
                                                                                                                    hearing to renew the Bar               a relevant issue and an important        the fan, but I don’t care. Who said
                                                                            an example volleyball courts
                                                                                                                    Anticipation license to work with      issue,” he said.                         politics was a nice game?”
                                                                            which Bar Anticipation construct-
                                                                                                                    Belmar officials to address quality       Mayor Chiaravallo’s letter this
                                                                            ed in a lot adjacent to the bar two
                                                                                                                    of life concerns.                      week pointed out that Chief Hill
                                                                                                    THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005          PAGE 37

Carl strives to preserve Camp Evans
  — FROM PAGE 35 —
   “My message to kids is to pre-
pare them to have their moment
of genius,” he said.
   Two weeks ago, the summer
science camp of Fort Monmouth
Integrated Community Outreach
Network [ICON] visited Camp
   The young campers were
given a chance to use a spark-
gap transmitter, tap Morse code
on a 1920s sounder, tune a 1920s
radio and listen to 1930s vacuum
tube based radios, he said.
   Volunteers also showed the
students how computer memory
has improved from a magnetic
doughnut core that costed over
$1 million for a kilobyte of
memory, to transistor memory
that costed $1 million a
megabyte, to today’s compact
flash memory that costs around
$50 for a gigabyte.                                                                                                    LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
   Mr. Carl also tries to interest      Fred Carl held up a telegraph insulator [above], which were placed on top of telegraph poles in
visiting students in the world of     the 19th and early 20th century. The insulator is one of many artifacts Mr. Carl shows visiting stu-
science by giving a brief but         dents to get them interested in history and science.
exciting spin on his job responsi-
bilities with his current employ-
er, Microstrategies.
   Mr. Carl is also hopeful retired
professionals from related sci-
ence fields will volunteer their
time at Infoage, share their expe-
riences with students and collab-
orate on projects.
   He estimated it will take the
Army two to three years to com-
plete the environmental remedia-
tion project at Camp Evans. In
the meantime, he said perhaps
more private parties will donate
money and materials for
Infoage’s historical and science
education objectives.
   On average, Mr. Carl estimat-
ed he spends 20 to 30 hours a
week doing his part for Camp
Evans. He said his boss at
Microstrategies,         Anthony
Bonbiovanni, has also been
understanding about his devo-
tion to Camp Evans.
   The company even donated
$3,000 to the project recently, he
   “My wife also helps me with
Camp Evans,” he said. “She has-
n’t killed me yet or divorced me
— when she should have done
either or both,” he said with a

Van Note named
 to dean’s list at                                                                                                     LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                        One of many pieces of history Wall Township Historian Fred Carl is trying to preserve is a dia-
 Smith College                        gram [above] of a mobile military radar unit. Such setups were widely experimented with and
   Kristin Van Note, of Spring        developed at Camp Evans in Wall Township.
Lake, recently was named to the
dean’s list at Smith College for
her academic achievement for the
2004-2005 school year. The

                                      Annual 5K run slated for Aug. 19, 20
dean’s list recognizes those stu-
dents with a grade point average
of 3.333 or above.
   Daughter of Ronald and Marie
                                        The Fifth Annual Bradley          will run until Aug. 12 at a cost of   at a cost of $20 for runners over
Van Note, Kristin graduated from
                                      Beach 5K Run is scheduled for       $10. Post-registration continues      12 years of age, and $15 for run-
The Dalton School in New York
                                      Aug. 19 and 20.                     from Aug. 13 to race day at a         ners 12 years of age and under.
and is majoring in Sociology at
                                        The Kid’s Run will be held on     cost of $12. Race day registration    Race day registration opens at 7
                                      Friday, Aug. 19 at 6:30 p.m. at     opens at 5:30 p.m.                    a.m.
   Smith College consistently is
ranked among the nation’s best        Bradley       Boulevard      and       5K — Pre-registration runs            For online registration visit
liberal arts colleges. Enrolling      Evergreen Avenue. The 5K race       until Aug. 12 at a cost of $15 for For more infor-
2,800 students from every state       will be held on Saturday, Aug. 20   runners over 12 years of age, and     mation contact Rich Held at 732-
and 55 other countries, Smith is      at 8:30 a.m. at the gazebo on       $12 for runners 12 years of age       774-3492, or visit www.bradley-
the     largest    undergraduate      Ocean and Fifth avenues.            and under. Post-registration con-
women’s college in the United         Registration information is as      tinues from Aug. 13 to race day
States.                               follows:
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                                                  ❖                MILESTONES ❖
                             Weddings                                                                                                                           Anniversaries
                             Engagements                                                                                                                         Graduations
                             Births                                                                                                                               Promotions

                                                                       Angela Marie Musial marries
                                    Births                                Michael Patrick Fay
                                                                     Angela Marie Musial, San
                                                                   Francisco, Calif., and Michael
                                                                   Patrick Fay, Spring Lake, were
                                                                   married on June 4 in St. Catharine
                                                                   Church by Father Dennis
                             _______________________               Gallagher.
                                Kylie Nicole Ryan                    The bride is the daughter of
                             Kylie Nicole Ryan was born on         Frank Musial and Anna Vectirelis,
                           Friday, July 29 at 8:06 a.m. in         Cleveland, Ohio.
                           Monmouth Medical Center, Long             The groom is the son of Mary
                           Branch.                                 Kenny Fay, Brielle, and the late
                             She weighed 7 pounds 14               William Cantwell Fay, Jr.
                           ounces, and was 19 1/2 inches             The reception was held at the
                           long.                                   Spring Lake Golf Club. The cou-
                             Kylie is the second child of          ple honeymooned in Newport, R.I.
                           Donna and Shawn Ryan, Bradley           and upon their return settled in
                           Beach.                                  Shark River Hills.
                             She has one brother, Jake Peter         The bride attended Bowling
                           Ryan, 3.                                Green State University where she
                             Her maternal grandparents are         earned a bachelor of science
                           Vincent        and     Roseanne         degree. She went on to Case
                           Petruzziello, Manasquan.                Western Reserve University where
                             Her paternal grandmother is           she earned her post-baccalaureate.
                           Anita Ryan, Toms River                  She earned her masters degree at
                             Her great-grandparents are            Sarah Lawrence College. She is
                           Michael and Estelle Deo,                currently employed as a cancer
                                                                                                                     MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL PATRICK FAY
                           Springfield.                            genetic coordinator with Meridian
                             _______________________               Health.                                regional sales representative.       travel to be with them on this spe-
                                                                     The groom is a graduate of             The wedding day turned out to      cial day. The couple has relocated
                              Cecilia Rose Cosenza                 Monmouth University where he           be beautiful despite the rain just   from San Francisco to the Jersey
                              Cecilia Rose Cosenza was born        earned a bachelor of arts degree.      days before. The couple felt         Shore to be closer to their family.
                           on Friday, June 10 at 5:57 p.m. in      Currently he is employed with          incredibly fortunate to have so
                           Monmouth Medical Center, Long           Applied Cardiac Systems as a           many friends and family members
                              She weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces.
                              Cecilia Rose is the first child of
                           Jennifer and Thomas Cosenza,
                              Her maternal grandparents are
                           Keith and Geraldine Kleissler,
                                                                         Wiedmann’s celebrate 60th
                           Wall Township.
                              Her paternal grandparents are
                           Al and Tracy Cosenza, Port
                                                                           wedding anniversary
                           Monmouth, and Dennis and                   Ginny and Carl Wiedmann,
                           Barbara Tay, Estero, Fla.               Manasquan, celebrate their 60th
                              Her great-grandparents are           wedding anniversary today.
                           Joseph and Cecilia Momich,                 Mr. and Mrs. Wiedmann were
                           Belmar.                                 married on Aug. 11, 1945 after
                              [Have a birth announcement           being engaged for three years and
                           you would like to share with the        three months while awaiting Mr.
                           community? Access our birth             Wiedmann’s return from serving
                           announcement form on our web            in the field artillery during the
                           site:]             African and Italian Campaigns in
                                                                   World War II.
                                                                      During the war years, Mrs.
                                                                   Wiedmann was an executive sec-
                                 Tying The Knot?                   retary in a war plant. She contin-
                                                                   ued in that field including 30 years
                               Wedding and engagement              as a secretary for the Manasquan
                                 forms are available               River Yacht Club. Mr. Wiedmann
                                                                   was a plant manager in the plastic                    MR. AND MRS. CARL WIEDMANN
                                   on our web site!                industry until age 60 when he          life member of the VFW and a and two great-grandchildren, Trey
                                     retired and went into accounting.      member of the Society of Plastic and Taylor.
                                                                      Both are life members of the        Engineers.                         In order to be closer to all the
                                     or, call us at                MRYC, and members of the                  The couple has one son, Rich, family members who live in North
                                     732-223-0076                  Island Green Golf Club in Myrtle
                                                                   Beach, S.C. Mr. Wiedmann is a
                                                                                                          and his wife, Sharon, one grand- Carolina, they plan to move to
                                                                                                          son, Mark, and his wife, Corrie, Myrtle Beach, S.C. in October.

                                                                                                          Noelle Carey engaged
                                                                                                           to wed Dan Henry
                                                                                                             James A. and Jeanne Carey,        degree in communications. He is
                                                                                                          Spring Lake, have announced the      currently employed as a sales
                                                                                                          engagement of their daughter,        manager for a pharmaceutical
                                                                                                          Noelle Carey, Hoboken, to Dan        company in New York City.
                                                                                                          Henry, also of Hoboken, son of
                                                                                                          Tom and Terri Henry, Wayne.
                                                                                                             Ms. Carey is a graduate of St.
                                                                                                          Rose High School, Belmar, and
                                                                                                          the University of South Carolina,
                                                                                                          where she earned her bachelor of
                                                                                                          arts degree in advertising. She is
                                                                                                          currently employed by L’Oreal
                                                                                                          USA in New York City.
                                                                                                             Mr. Henry is a graduate of
                                                                                                          Wayne Hills High School, Wayne,
                                                                                                          and the University of Delaware,            NOELLE CAREY &
                                                                                                          where he earned a bachelor of arts           DAN HENRY

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 Weddings                                                                                                                          Anniversaries
 Engagements                                                                                                                        Graduations
 Births                                                                                                                              Promotions

 Deanne Yachechak marries Thomas Rodney Glenn IV
   Deanne Yachechak and Thomas                                                                                     Farmingdale, is a friend of the
Rodney Glenn IV, both of Howell                                                                                    groom.
Township, were married on July 1                                                                                      Ushers were Brian Havanki,
in The English Manor of Ocean                                                                                      Philadelphia, Pa., and Scott
Township by Reverend Dr.                                                                                           Thompson, Deptford, both friends
Stephen Giordano of Massapequa                                                                                     of the groom and Michael Jones,
Reformed Church.                                                                                                   Point Pleasant, cousin of the
   The bride was given in marriage                                                                                 groom.
by her parents.                                                                                                       The bride is a graduate of
   The bride is the daughter of Bob                                                                                Bergenfield High School and The
and Judy Yachechak, Point                                                                                          College of New Jersey, where she
Pleasant.                                                                                                          earned a bachelor of science
   The groom is the son of Thomas                                                                                  degree in elementary education
and Cheryl Glenn, Point Pleasant.                                                                                  and sociology. She continued on to
   The bride wore a strapless white                                                                                Nova Southeastern University, Ft.
satin and chiffon gown with some                                                                                   Lauderdale, Fla., where she earned
beading and embroidery, purple                                                                                     her masters in educating/ reading
satin around the waist. She also                                                                                   specialist. She is currently
wore an elbow-length veil and car-                                                                                 employed with Nellie Bennett
ried a bouquet of white and purple                                                                                 Elementary        School,     Point
roses, white cala lilies and purple                                                                                Pleasant, as a kindergarten teacher.
freesia.                                                                                                              The groom is a graduate of
   The maid of honor was Janine                                                                                    Point Pleasant High School and
L. Capsouras, Saline, Mich., who                                                                                   Rutgers University, Cook College
is the sister of the bride. She wore                                                                               where he earned a bachelor of sci-
a tea-length lavender, strapless                                                                                   ence degree in environmental sci-
gown with wild flowers on it and                                                                                   ence. He is currently employed
she carried a bouquet of purple                                                                                    with Manasquan High School as a
roses and calalilies and lavender                                                                                  chemistry teacher.
sweetheart roses.                                                                                                     The couple said their wedding
   Bridesmaids were Meghan                                                                                         was memorable and different.
Burke, Barre, Vt. and Maria                                                                                        They said their vows twice on their
Giordano, New York, N.Y., both                                                                                     wedding day — once, very quick-
lifelong friends of the bride and                                                                                  ly, outside in the pouring rain —
Jaime Glenn, Point Pleasant, sister                                                                                and again, during the reception
of the groom. All wore ensembles                                                                                   inside.
that matched the maid of honor.                                                                                       The reception was held at The
   The groom’s nieces, Jessica and                                                                                 English Manor, as well. The cou-
Samantha          Swider,      Brick                                                                               ple honeymooned in Aruba and
Township, were the flower girls.                                                                                   will reside in Howell Township.
   The best man, Jonathan Druiett,                     MR. AND MRS. THOMAS GLENN

 Candace Winkler marries Matthew J. Kropke
                                                                               Candace Winkler, Anchorage,         Galgano, Charlottesville, Va. and
                                                                            Alaska, and Matthew J. Kropke,         Isabel Rowe, Manhattan, N.Y.,
                                                                            also of Anchorage, Alaska, were        both are nieces of the bride.
                                                                            married on July 2 by Jillian              The bride is a graduate of T.L.
                                                                            Simpson at Mount Alesyka,              Hanna High School, Anderson,
                                                                            Girdwood, Alaska.                      S.C. She continued on to
                                                                               The bride was given in mar-         Vanderbilt       University    and
                                                                            riage by her parents.                  Colombia University where she
                                                                               The bride is the daughter of Dr.    earned her masters degree in
                                                                            Christie Winkler and Ms.               social work and public adminis-
                                                                            Elizabeth Winkler of Anderson,         tration. She is currently employed
                                                                            S.C.                                   with social services in Anchorage,
                                                                               The groom is the son of John        Alaska.
                                                                            and Keezie Kropke, Sea Girt.              The groom is a graduate of
                                                                               The bride wore a strapless, silk-   Manasquan High School and also
                                                                            satin, champagne colored sash.         the University of Vermont. He is
                                                                               The junior bridesmaids were         currently employed with Kid’s
                                                                            Caroline Kropke and Emma               Cafe, a non-profit organization in
                                                                            Kropke, both of Sea Girt, and          Anchorage, Alaska.
                                                                            nieces of the groom.                      The couple will reside in
                                                                               The flower girls were Ava           Anchorage, Alaska.

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 Marie Marshall to wed Gregory Sharin                                                                                     web site!
   Anne Uricoli, Belmar, has
announced the engagement of her
                                       Foodarama Supermarkets, Inc.,
daughter, Marie Marshall to
Gregory Sharin, both of Belmar,
                                         Mr. Sharin is also a graduate of
                                       Manasquan       High      School,
son of Wendy and Matthew Sharin        Manasquan.       He      attended                                                      ~
Jr., Belmar.                           Delaware Valley College and
   Ms. Marshall is a graduate of       graduated      from       Rutgers                                                News, sports,
Manasquan       High      School,      University with a degree in turf -
Manasquan, and Rider University,       grass management. Mr. Sharin is                                                photos, wedding
where she earned her Bachelor of       currently   employed       as    a
Arts degree in communication.          greenskeeper for the Monmouth                                                   & engagement
She is currently employed as a         County Park System at the
benefits     administrator    for      Charleston Springs Golf Course.
                                                                               MARIE MARSHALL &                        forms & more!
                                                                                GREGORY SHARIN
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                                               on outstanding warrants out of         were issued for contempt of court
              — BELMAR —                       Eatontown, Asbury Park and             and totaled $20,500.                    Youngsters Compete In Sea Girt Kids Race
                   From Page 17                Edison. The warrants were issued          • On June 23, Sgt. Cox and
                                               for contempt of court in the           Special       Officers      White,
          Ditrapano, 21, Warrington, Pa.,      amount of $2,816.                      Smikovecus and Foran arrested
          on a charge of DWI. He was              • On June 26, Special Officer       Cynthia Kerr, 46, Ocean Grove,
          released on his own recognizance.    Mike Foran and Officers Vitello        on charges of aggravated assault
             • On June 28, Special Officer     and Desserich arrested Randall         and criminal trespassing. They
          Hubert arrested John Barnable,       Keller, 45, Woodbridge, on a           also arrested James Delguercio,
          38, Toms River, on outstanding       charge of lewdness. Bail was set       47, Ocean Grove, on a charge of
          warrants out of Seaside and          at $2,500.                             criminal trespassing. They were
          Ocean County. The warrants were         • On June 26, Special Officer       both released on their own recog-
          issued for contempt of court         Graham arrested Christian Finley,      nizance.
          totalling $6,369.                    28, Stanhope, on a charge of dis-         • On June 23, Officer Daniel
             • On June 28, Special Officer     orderly conduct. He was released       Lynch and Sgt. Cox arrested
          Cartmell arrested Brian Kenney,      on his own recognizance.               Joseph Dagostino II, 25, Neptune,
          32, Brick, on a charge of DWI. He       • On June 26, Special Officer       on outstanding warrants out of
          was released on his own recog-       Burton arrested Amy Lombarski,         Merchantville and Camden. The
          nizance.                             22, Fairlawn, on a charge of dis-      warrants were issued for con-
             • On June 28, Special Officer     orderly conduct. She was released      tempt of court and totaled $616.
          Hubert and Sgt. Cox arrested         on her own recognizance.                  • On June 22, Special Officer
          Gregory Huckvale, 35, homeless,         • On June 26, Special Officer       Merrill and Officer Campbell
          on a charge of disorderly conduct.   Rocco Belloni and Officer Daniel       arrested Kevin Martis, 40,
          Bail was set at $500.                Lynch arrested Lisa Tosado, 24,        Belmar, on charges of violating a
             • On June 27, Special Officer     Monroe, and Robert Schlegerl Jr.,      restraining order, simple assault
          Cartmell arrested Robert Fani, 22,   28, Frisco, N.C., on charges of        and criminal restraint. Bail was
          Holmdel, on a charge of DWI. He      aggravated assault on a police         set at $12,000.
          was released on his own recog-       officer, resisting arrest and disor-      • On June 21, Officer Vitello
          nizance.                             derly conduct. Ms. Tosado’s bail       arrested Daniel Dacruz, 33,
             • On June 27, Special Officer     was set at $3,500 and Mr.              Belmar, on outstanding warrants
          Shawn White arrested Stamatis        Schlegerl’s was set at $6,000.         out of Spring Lake, Lake Como
          Xenakis, 22, Brooklyn, N.Y., on a       • On June 25, Sgt. Aker arrest-     and Avon. The warrants were
          charge of possession of a CDS,       ed Michael Weckerle, 40, of            issued for contempt of court in the
          which was under 50 grams of          Belmar, on a charge of indecent        amount of $426.
          marijuana. He was released on his    exposure. He was released on his          • On June 20, Special Officers
          own recognizance.                    own recognizance.                      Kenneth Aurin and Breiner arrest-
             • On June 27, Officer Daniel         • On June 25, Special Officer       ed Jonathan Milby, 20, Laurel
          Lynch and Sgt. Cox arrested          Bowes arrested Michael Murphy,         Springs, and Andrew Goodapple,
          Jessica Tirado, 23, Asbury Park,     48, Whiting, on a charge of DWI.       20, Stratford, on charges of pos-
                                               He was released on his own rec-        session of a CDS, which was                                                        LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                               ognizance.                             under 50 grams of marijuana.             Casey Mulligan [above] leads the way in one of the kids’
                                                  • On June 25, Officer Vitello       They were released on their own        races held Sunday following the Sea Girt 5K.
                                               arrested David Ivins, 43, home-        recognizance.
                                               less, on a charge of disorderly           • On June 20, Special Officer
                                               conduct at the Belmar Train            Foran arrested Daniel Campbell,             — WATER —                        problem is very small.”
                                               Station. He was transported to         30, Middletown, and William                                                     Mr. Herner said he had no idea
                                                                                                                                      From Page 26
                                               MCCI.                                  Doll, 21, Lincroft, in Lake Como                                             how old the pipes in the area are.
                                                  • On June 25, Special Officer       on charges of possession of stolen                                              “All pipes are metal,” he said,
                                               Breiner arrested James Crombie,        property. They were released on       often in the evening or early in the   “so you’ll get rust off of all metal
                                               50, Belmar, on an outstanding          their own recognizance.               morning, Mr. Duff said.                pipes ... I don’t think age is a fac-
                                               warrant out of Bradley Beach.             • On June 20, Special Officer         One solution could be to put a      tor.”
                                               The warrant was issued for con-        Smikevocus and Officer Aker           brand-new water main in or to line        A solution could be to reroute
                                               tempt of court in the amount of        arrested Justin Maria, 22, of Wall,   the existing water main, Mr. Duff      the water from the Manasquan
                                               $400.                                  on charges of possession of a         said, but that would be costly.        Reservoir up to the municipal
                                                  • On June 25, Officer Vitello       CDS, which was under 50 grams            It does not take a lot of rust in   water plant, he said, but that could
                                               arrested Jermaine Sanders, 31, of      of marijuana, possession of drug      the water to create a visual prob-     cost a great deal of money.
                                               Newark, on an outstanding war-         paraphernalia and use of CDS,         lem, Mr. Duff said. Particularly,         “For a sporadic problem, I
                                               rant out of Caldwell. The warrant      which was marijuana at Maclearie      when everyone is using a lot of        don’t know if it warrants that kind
                                               was issued for contempt of court       Park. He was released on his own      water, water moves faster in the       of dollars,” he said.
                                               in the amount of $79.                  recognizance.                         pipes, he added.                          Finding the problem is “a lot of
                                                  • On June 25, Officer Mark             • On June 19, Officers Vitello        “I believe that Spring Lake         detective work,” Mr. Herner said.
                                               Walsifer arrested three male juve-     and Desserich arrested Armand         Heights took some samples,” he         “That’s the problem. It’s not
                                               niles, ages 17, and one female         Ferranti Jr., 22, Bath, Pa., on a     said. “I don’t believe it’s a health   something we’re not doing. We’re
                                               juvenile, age 16, on charges of        charge of disorderly conduct. He      issue … normally the amount of         doing everything we can.”
                                               possession of alcohol at the 7th       was released on his own recog-        iron it takes to create a visual
                                               Avenue beach. They were turned         nizance.
                                               over to their parents/guardians.
                                                  • On June 24, Special Officer
                                                                                          — REQUEST —
                                               James Alessi arrested David
                                               Ivins, 43, homeless, on a charge
                                               of disorderly conduct at 16th and
                                                                                                From Page 26                Wall artist featured
                                               Railroad avenues. He was
                                               released on his own recognizance.
                                                  • On June 24, Special Officer
                                               Foran arrested Rigoberto Giroas,
                                                                                      said he informed the woman that
                                                                                      the borough had asked them to
                                                                                      stop at 8 p.m., adding the woman
                                                                                                                            at one-day showing
                                                                                      then said she would stop.
                                               27, Belmar, on a charge of disor-                                               Pastel artist Marie DeMarco, of     pastelist Edward Hicks, with whom
                                                                                         Councilman Frank Ford said a
                                               derly conduct. He was released on                                            Wall Township, will be featured in     she began studying portrait and
                                                                                      different canvasser knocked on
                                               his own recognizance.                                                        a one-day event, “Artist on the        landscape painting in the summer
                                                                                      his door, but said the man was not
                                                  • On June 24, Officer Vitello                                             Porch,” at the Lillagaard in Ocean     of 2004.
                                                                                      as agreeable as the woman who
                                               and Sgt. Cox arrested Mike                                                   Grove on Saturday, Sept. 10, from         Ms. DeMarco has also painted
                                                                                      had visited the mayor’s home.
                                               Kafton, 40, Jackson, on a charges                                            10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.                watercolor       portraits     with
                                                                                      The councilman said when he told
                                               of DWI and possession of a CDS,                                                 Guests of the Lillagaard and        Montreal’s Lou Chartrand in
                                                                                      the man that the borough had          other visitors to Ocean Grove will     Quebec, taken a course in Ocean
                                               which was under 50 grams of
                                                                                      requested an 8 p.m. stop time, the    have the opportunity of watching       City, Md. on painting shore scenes
                                               marijuana. He was released on his
                                                                                      man refused to honor it, and said     Ms. DeMarco at work on one of her      with watercolorist Sharon Himes,
                                               own recognizance.
                                                                                      the organization’s stop time was 9    pastel paintings and of chatting       and studied landscape painting with
                                                  • On June 24, Det. Sgt. Andrew
                                                                                      p.m.                                  with her about her work and getting    Cape May pastelist Stanley
                                               Huisman arrested Ray Hartman,
                                                                                         Shore Road resident James          some tips, as well as viewing some     Spurlak.
                                               59, Nogent-Sur-Marne, France,
                                                                                      Martin asked the council why          of the professional, award-winning        She won her most recent first
                                               and Doreen Morris, 42, Avon, on
                                                                                      canvassers were allowed to go         artist’s completed pieces.             place award in the category of pro-
                                               charges of disorderly conduct and
                                                                                      around town for a month rather           Ms. DeMarco’s work is becom-        fessional pastel in the Monmouth
                                               obstruction. Bail was set at
                                                                                      than limiting the time to a matter    ing increasingly popular not only at   County Senior Citizens Art Show
                                               $1,000 each.
                                                                                      of weeks. The council did not         the Shore but in North Jersey where    last month.
                                                  • On June 24, Officer Campbell
                                                                                      return a clear answer to his ques-    some of her paintings are currently       All are invited to meet Ms.
                                               arrested      Eric    Sekol,     22,
                                                                                      tion, and then proceeded to the       on view at Designers Gallery in        DeMarco at the Lillagaard Inn, 5
                                               Middletown, on outstanding war-
                                                                                      next item on the agenda.              Clark.                                 Abbott Ave., Ocean Grove. For
                                               rants out of Belmar. The warrants
                                                                                                                               She is a member of the              more information, contact Jane and
                                                                                                                            Manasquan River Group of Artists       Dick Wehr by phone at 732-988-
                                                                                                                            and has recently been taking class-    1216, fax at 732-988-8381 or on
                                                                                                                            es in Manasquan with Matawan           the web at
                                                                                                                THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                                                         PAGE 41

  Gourmet food, fine wines abound at Giunco’s Beef & Bottle
       By Mikki-Jean Burzon                                                                                                                                            Giunco’s.
   Picnic season is upon us and                                           BUSINESS PROFILE                                                                                Founded originally as Giunco’s
Jersey Shore residents are fortunate                                                                                                                                   Market in 1934, the Beef and Bottle
to have miles and miles of beaches         Giunco’s Beef and                                                                              ny the meal. Mr. and Mrs.    shop has come a long way and they
available for the perfect picnic set-   Bottle also offers a fine                                                                         Patarino are happy to        are more than just a one-stop-shop
ting. The next thing to plan is the     selection of butcher meats                                                                        assist customers in choos-   for a picnic.
meal, and Giunco’s Beef and Bottle      such as hot dogs, ham-                                                                            ing the perfect wine to         Giunco’s can cater to all types of
in Sea Girt is a great place to go      burgers, steaks and ribs                                                                          compliment their meal.       events. Fresh imported Italian spe-
before heading for that outdoor         — perfect for barbeques                                                                           Giunco’s boasts a fine       cialties and other favorite selections
lunch or dinner.                        at home or at the Sea Girt                                                                        selection including Stags    can be arranged for any event.
   Denise and Philip Patarino took      Army Camp, where grills                                                                           Leap, Santa Margherita          Giunco’s Beef and Bottle also
over the well known Beef and            are available.                                                                                    and Jordan, all of which     prepares baskets which are perfect
Bottle shop five years ago and they        No grill? Not in the                                                                           are among the finest         for holiday or housewarming gifts.
have everything you could possibly      mood for sandwiches? No                                                                           wines to choose from. “I     “I’ve made beer baskets, wine and
need for a successful picnic.           problem, Giunco’s offers                                                                          carry all fine wines, no     cheese baskets, anything you want
   First things first — a delectable,   a great selection of pre-                                                                         cheap wines,” said Mrs.      we can put in there,” said Mrs.
easy-to-eat meal is the core of a       pared      meals.     Mrs.                                                                        Patarino.                    Patarino.
good picnic. Giunco’s has a great       Patarino has become                                                                                  Giunco’s also offers a       For all of your picnic, party and
selection of Boar’s Head deli meats     famous for her spectacu-                                                                          large selection of beer in   everyday lunch and dinner needs
and cheeses. The deli menu              lar eggplant parmigiana,                                                                          their refrigerated cases.    Giunco’s Beef and Bottle Shop is
includes original sandwiches like       sausage and peppers and                                                                              Perhaps a Bacardi         the place to go for fine foods and
the “Beef and Bottle” made with         most of all her crabcakes.                                                                        Mojito would compliment      exquisite wines and liquors.
prosciutto, fresh mozzarella and        “People say the sausage                                                                           a meal better? Or maybe a       Giunco’s is located at 527
roasted      peppers,     and    the    and peppers brings them                                    LAUREN PARKER,The Coast Star           Captain and Ginger? All      Washington Boulevard in Sea Girt
“Washington Boulevard” made                                             Founded originally as Giunco’s Market in 1934, the Beef and                                    to the left of Ray’s Cafe. Call them
                                        back to the old days and     Bottle shop still boasts a wide variety of fine wines and liquors,   the necessary ingredients
with turkey, provolone and roasted      they go crazy for my                                                                              for these and other mixed    at 732-449-8080.
                                                                     quality meats, and gourmet prepared food items created by own-
peppers.                                                             ers Denise and Philip Patarino.                                      drinks can be found at
                                                                                 crabcakes,” said Mrs. Patarino.
                                                                                    Another easy option for a picnic
                                                                                 is the Patarino’s homemade pizza.
                                                                                 “The dough, the sauce, everything
                                                                                 is homemade,” said Mrs. Patarino.
                                                                                 Made daily, the pizza can be topped
                                                                                 with anything — or nothing — and
                                                                                 is an agreeable choice for a family
                                                                                 picnic with the kids.
                                                                                    Fresh macaroni and potato sal-
                                                                                 ads, coleslaw and many other side
                                                                                 salads are the perfect companion
                                                                                 for any of the main meal selections.
                                                                                 Other fresh salads created in the
                                                                                 kitchen of Giunco’s are the grilled
                                                                                 chicken, tuna, chicken or chef’s sal-
                                                                                 ads. Mrs. Patarino and her staff
                                               LAUREN PARKER,The Coast Star
                                                                                 make them fresh daily so customers                                                          LAUREN PARKER,The Coast Star
  Denise Patarino [above] and her husband, Philip, took over Giunco’s Beef
and Bottle five years ago and have since enjoyed an increase in business. The    are guaranteed delicious salads.                Giunco’s Beef and Bottle boasts an eclectic variety of liquors and a fine
many services which they offer include catering, gift baskets and, of course,       Now that the food is covered, a           selection of upscale wines [above]. The owners are happy to assist customers
food preparation.                                                                                                             in selecting the appropriate wine or other beverage for their meal.
                                                                                 beverage is necessary to accompa-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Crossword Solution • Puzzle see page 43
 John Davidson to headline Church of the Holy Trinity fund-raiser
                                                                                    A few years ago, a group of              church fund-raise, the Spring Lake           Anyone that would like to lend

     Black Tie                                                                   people from the community who
                                                                                 felt it was important to preserve
                                                                                 the church got together to discuss
                                                                                                                             Historical Society, the Spring
                                                                                                                             Lake Garden Club, the Spring
                                                                                                                             Lake      Presbyterian      Church,
                                                                                                                                                                       a hand, or for more information,
                                                                                                                                                                       please call (732) 292-3121.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Social Calendar
                                                                                 fund-raising options and “Paint             Patricia Colrick and local contrac-          • Saturday, Aug. 20 – Dinner
                                                                                 the Town to Paint the Church” was           tor Conrad Hall.                          and concert to benefit Pacific
                                                                                 an outgrowth of their discussion,              “He’s very knowledgeable               Encore Performances, which pre-
                                                                                 Ms. Carson said.                            about historic restoration and has        sents programs and concerts to
                                                                                    “We have had the support of the          given us very wonderful advice,”          raise funds for a variety of non-
                                                                                 whole community, not just                   Ms. Carson said.                          profit organizations serving chil-
                                                                                 Episcopalians,” Ms. Carson                     In fact, it was at Mr. Hall’s sug-     dren, high school students, senior
     Optional                                                                    emphasized.
                                                                                    The list of supporters includes,
                                                                                                                             gestion that the stained-glass win-
                                                                                                                             dows are now protected by a cover
                                                                                                                                                                       citizens and ethnic and minority
                                                                                                                                                                       communities       in    Monmouth
          By                                                                     but is not limited to, the Spring           of tempered glass.                        County. Reservations required.
                                                                                 Lake Theatre Co., which for the                Beams have been replaced, too,         Suggested donation: $175. For
 Diane T. Churchman                                                              past three years has donated the            Ms. Carson said, and the last job         more information and to make a
                                                                                 use of the theatre in the Spring            on the ‘to do’ list is to paint the       reservation call (732) 222-6731.
   “That’s incredible!” was my                 JOHN DAVIDSON                     Lake Community House for the                structure.
initial reaction to a press release
announcing that mega-star John          enjoy a gala reception at the                                                                                                       Express your opinions in a
                                                                                                                                                                                letter to the editor!
Davidson will roll up his sleeves       Spring Lake Bath and Tennis                                                                                                               The Coast Star
and join the local community            Club, where they can rub elbows                                                                                                  13 Broad St., Manasquan 08736
effort to “Paint the Town to Paint      with the members of the star-stud-
the Church.”                            ded cast, order their favorite bev-
   Yes, ‘the’ John Davidson — the       erages at the open bar and enjoy
handsome, leading man with an           hot hors d’ouevres.
impressive list of stage and               Tickets are priced at $100 each
motion-picture credits whose            — an incredible bargain by any
name became a household word            theatregoer’s standards.
when he crossed over to network            And, certainly, the proceeds
television as the star of “The John     will be going to a very worthy
Davidson Show” and “The Girl            cause.
with Something Extra” and the              The Church of the Holy Trinity
host of game shows including            is an Episcopal chapel that oper-
“Hollywood Squares” and “The            ates during the summer months,
$10,000 Pyramid” and the popular        with the blessing of the diocese,
prime time series “That’s               Ms. Carson said.
Incredible.”                               The house of worship is listed
   “Paint the Town to Paint the         on the National Register of
Church” is a fund-raiser, with pro-     Historic Places and boasts beauti-
ceeds earmarked for the on-going        ful, museum-quality stained-glass
restoration of the circa-1880           windows, three of which have
Church of the Holy Trinity, Spring      been identified as Tiffany win-
Lake, Board of Trustees President       dows, she added.
and Spring Lake resident Nancy
Carson explained.
   The event will begin at 7 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 22, in the Spring
Lake Community House, Third
and Madison avenues, with a live
musical production starring Mr.
Davidson and featuring several
talented youngsters who are cur-
rently appearing on Broadway.
   Ms. Carson, a theatrical agent
who specializes in child actors,
was busy finalizing the cast list at
press time.
   So far, she said, the show will
feature “up-and-coming, special
talent,” such as the children who
play Jeremy and Jemima in the
musical “Chitty Chitty Bang
Bang,” Bess Johnson from
“Monty Python’s Spamalot” and
Omar Edwards, a tap dancer who
worked with Savion Glover in the
musical “Bring in da Noise; Bring
in da Funk.”
   “You never know who might
show up!” she said.
   Immediately following the live
stage show, theatergoers will
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                                                                      flair and was a great cook. As a       malt beverage industry. He pur-         Company in Trenton, before retir-         He was 81 years old.
                               ____________________                   hobby, he also enjoyed riding his      chased Crown Beer Distributors,                         ing in 1998. Mr.          Visitation will be today from 2
                                  Ronald S. Belka                     motorcycle and in his cars. Mr.        Inc., an Anheuser-Busch whole-                          O’Neill was a          to 5 p.m. at St. Mark’s Church, Sea
                                                                      Belka’s daughters stated that, “He     salership for Monmouth and                              graduate of Seton      Girt. A vigil Mass will also be
                                 Spring Lake Heights resident         always lived every day to the          Ocean counties, where he served                         Hall Prep, Seton       offered today at 7 p.m. at St.
                              Ronald S. Belka died Wednesday,         fullest.” He was also a communi-       as president and CEO. Mr.               Hall University, and Seton Hall        Mark’s Church, Sea Girt. The
                              Aug. 3 in his residence after a         cant of St. Denis Roman Catholic       Rapisardi’s involvement in busi-        Law School, and was a U.S. Army        funeral Mass will be celebrated on
                              lengthy illness.                        Church, Manasquan.                     ness, charitable and community          veteran serving as a First             Friday, Aug. 12 at St. Rose of
                                 He was 52 years old.                    Mr. Belka was predeceased by        activities could fill a book. He        Lieutenant with the military police.   Lima Church, Short Hills, at 11:30
                                 Born in Secaucus, he lived in        his father Stanley Belka.              served as a member, and later as          He is survived by his wife of 39     a.m. Interment will be at the Holy
                              Barnegat for many years before             He is survived by his wife of 29    chairman, of the Anheuser-Busch         years Helen “Lyn” Neukum               Sepluchre Cemetery in East
                              moving to Spring Lake Heights           years, Judith A. Racioppi Belka;       Wholesaler Advisory Panel, Eagle        O’Neill and his daughter Kathleen      Orange. Arrangements were from
                              eight years ago. Mr. Belka was a        daughters Kristin and Elizabeth        Snacks Division; founder and            O’Neill. The funeral arrangements      the McDonough Funeral Home,
                              self-employed insurance broker for      “Lizzie” Belka, Spring Lake            director of the Wall Chamber of         were from the O’Brien Funeral          Wall.
                              25 years in the shore area before       Heights; his mother Sally Belka,       Commerce and was a recipient of         Home, Wall.                               The monsignor’s complete obit-
                              retiring one year ago due to his ill-   Howell; three brothers and their       the man of the year award; was                                                 uary will appear in next week’s
                              ness. Prior to this, he had been        spouses, Martin and Sophie             past director of the Mid-Atlantic       ____________________                   issue.
                              employed in retail management for       Sampson, Barnegat, Glenn and Jo        Bank; the director and treasurer of        Zita G. O’Brien
                              the Felsway Corporation, Totowa.        Belka, Alpharetta, Ga., and Bryan      the Beer Wholesaler’s Association                                              ____________________
                                 Mr. Belka’s family said that his                                                                                           Kervick
                                                                      and Maureen Belka, Westfield; and      of New Jersey; a member of the                                                    John G. “Jack”
                              life was dedicated to providing for     several nieces and nephews.            Monmouth-Ocean Development                 Avon-by-the-Sea resident Zita
                              them and he was extremely proud                                                                                                                                    Fitzpatrick
                                                                         Funeral services were from the      Council, and was awarded the            G. O’Brien Kervick died Saturday,
                              of his two daughters. He was also       O’Brien Funeral Home, Wall             Silver Gull by that group; director     Aug. 6 at Manor by the Sea Care           Avon-by-the-Sea resident John
                              an avid gardener and loved the out-     Township.                              of Monmouth-Ocean Multiple              Center, Ocean Grove.                   G. “Jack” Fitzpatrick died Sunday,
                              doors. Mr. Belka had an artistic                                               Sclerosis Society; director of the         She was 92 years old.               Aug. 7 at Jersey Shore University
                                                                      ____________________                   Boy Scouts of America; member              Born and raised in Elizabeth,       Medical Center, Neptune, sur-
                                                                        Ralph J. Rapisardi                   of the President’s Council of           Mrs. Kervick lived in Cranford for     rounded by his loving family.
                                                                                                             Monmouth College; he also made          many years before coming to Avon          He was 78 years old.
                                                                         Elberon and former Wall             numerous contributions to the           in 1979. She was a graduate of            Born      in    Harrison,     Mr.
                                                                      Township resident Ralph J.             Monmouth Medical Center, Paul           Benedictine Academy, Elizabeth,        Fitzpatrick raised his family in
                                                                      Rapisardi died Wednesday, Aug. 3       Kimball Hospital, Muscular              and Panzer College, now part of        Kearny and North Caldwell before
                                                                                      at      Monmouth       Dystrophy Drive, PNC Arts               Monclair State University. Mrs.                         retiring to Toms
                                                                                      Medical Center,        Center, and many, many others.          Kervick was a homemaker and                             River and moving
                                                                                      Long Branch.           Mr. Rapisardi also contributed a        communicant of St. Elizabeth’s                          to Avon eight
                                                                                         He was 90 years     cafeteria to the Mental Health          Church, Avon.                                           years ago. He was
                                                                                      old.                   Department at Jersey Shore                 She was predeceased by her                           a 1946 graduate of
                                                                         Born in Newark, Mr. Rapisardi       University Medical Center, in           husband James F. Kervick; daugh-       St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark and
                                                                      lived in Holmdel, and then in Wall     addition to a lobby for its new         ter Carol Kervick; and by her          attended Seton Hall University.
                                                                      Township for four years before         wing. Locally, he sponsored teams       seven siblings.                        Mr. Fitzpatrick served in the Army
                                                                      moving to Elberon 23 years ago.        in many areas of recreation and            Mrs. Kervick is survived by her     in Korea and later enlisted in the
                                                                      He was a longtime communicant          helped with the installation of         son James. B. Kervick; her nephew      Navy Reserve. After leaving the
                                                                      of St. Michael’s Church, West End,     lights at Wall High School field, he    James Groll; and several other         family business, Fitzpatrick
                                                                      Long Branch. Mr. Rapisardi was a       helped the K-9 cops, he was active      nieces and nephews.                    Flowers, Kearny, in the late 1950s,
                                                                      combat Army veteran of World           in the “invest” in a COP program,          Funeral arrangements were from      he served as marketing director
                                                                      War II. He attended grade and high     not to mention the first aid and fire   the O’Brien Funeral Home, Wall         and vice president for N.J. Brass
                                                                      school in Essex county and com-        departments. Mr. Rapisardi was          Township. In lieu of flowers,          and Paterson Brass Manufacturing
                                                                      pleted his studies at Newark           also honored as Wall Township           memorial donations may be made         Companies before starting his own
          Subscribe to The Coast Star!                                College of Engineering. Mr.
                                                                      Rapisardi’s career in the malt bev-
                                                                                                             Republican Club’s citizen of the
                                                                                                                                                     to    the     Lance    Armstrong
                                                                                                                                                     Foundation, P.O. Box 130819,
                                                                                                                                                                                            business — U.S. Back-Up Flange,
                                                                                                                                                                                            Caldwell. Mr. Fitzpatrick’s compa-
                                                                      erage industry started in 1948            He is survived by his wife of 31     Houston, Texas 77219-0819.             ny’s innovations in the introduc-
                732-223-0076                                          when he was hired as a sales repre-
                                                                      sentative by Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
                                                                                                             years Evelyn Kosty Rapisardi; son
                                                                                                             Paul and his wife Margaret              ____________________
                                                                                                                                                                                            tion of nickel, aluminum and
                                                                                                                                                                                            bronze for submarine vessels
                                                                      During his tenure, he rose through     “Peggy” Rapisardi, Wall; daughter       William Francis Sabota                 resulted in more efficient and qui-
                                                                      the ranks of sales supervisor,         Wendy and her husband Robert                                                   eter operation and detection deter-
                                                                      branch manager and director of         Jones, Interlaken; step-daughters
                                                                      branches and sales manager. In         Leslie DeAngelo, Spring Hill, Fla.,                                               He is survived by his wife of 53
                                                                                                                                                        Neptune and former Wall
                                                                      1969, Mr. Rapisardi entered into       and Alyssa Rodgers, Flemington;                                                years Georgine Gauch Fitzpatrick;
                                                                                                                                                     Township resident William
                                                                      the private enterprise sector of the   brother John Rapisardi, Whippany;                                              sons and their wives Brian and
                                                                                                                                                     Francis Sabota Jr. died Saturday,
                                                                                                             and grandchildren Melissa and           Aug. 6 at Jersey Shore University      Angela, Thousand Oaks, Calif.,
                                                                                                             Victor Rapisardi, Cara and Adam         Medical Center, Neptune.               and Gregory and Kelly of Freeport,
                                                                                                             Jones, and Tyler Rodgers.                  He was 74 years old.                Maine; daughter Beth Fusco,
                                                                                                                The funeral arrangements were           Born in Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Mr.      Mendham; and grandchildren
                                                                                                             from the O’Brien Funeral Home,          Sabota lived in New Providence,        Austin and Matthew Fusco, and
                                                                                                             Wall.                                   and then in Wall Township for 10       Shannon, Corrine and Kaitlyn
                                                                                                                                                                     years before mov-      Fitzpatrick.
                                                                                                             ____________________                                                              The funeral is scheduled for
                                                                                                                                                                     ing to Neptune 10
                                                                                                              Charles Paul O’Neill                                   years ago. He was      today at 9:45 a.m. from the
                                                                                                                                                                     a parishioner of St.   O’Brien Funeral Home, Highway
                                                                                                                Brielle resident Charles Paul                                               35 at New Bedford Road, Wall
                                                                                                                                                                     Catherine’s and St.
                                                                                                             O’Neill died Friday, Aug. 5 at                                                 Township followed by a Mass of
                                                                                                                                                     Margaret’s Parish, Spring Lake.
                                                                                                             Sunnyside Manor, Wall Township.                                                Christian burial at 10:30 a.m. at St.
                                                                                                                                                     Mr. Sabota received his MBA from
                                                                                                                He was 73 years old.                                                        Elizabeth’s Church, 424 Lincoln
                                                                                                                                                     New York University and had
                                                                                                                Born in Newark, Mr. O’Neill                                                 Ave., Avon. In lieu of flowers,
                                                                                                                                                     served in the U.S. Army, being
                                                                                                             lived in Montclair before coming                                               send donations to St. Benedict’s
                                                                                                                                                     honorably discharged with the
                                                                                                             to Brielle in 1971. He was an attor-                                           Preparatory School, 520 Martin
                                                                                                                                                     rank of Second Lieutenant. He was
                                                                                                             ney       with      New      Jersey                                            Luther King Jr. Blvd., Newark,
                                                                                                                                                     employed at the University of
                                                                                                             Manufacturers Insurance                                                        07102.
                                                                                                                                                     Medicine and Dentistry of New
                                                                                                                                                     Jersey [UMDNJ], Newark, as the
                                                                                                                Do you know someone                  vice president of human resources
                                                                                                                   receiving a special               for three years. Prior to this, Mr.        Mary Frances
                                                                                                                    honor or award?                  Sabota was employed as the direc-
                                                                                                               Call us at The Coast Star!
                                                                                                                                                     tor of employee relations at the
                                                                                                                     732-223-0076                    Exxon Corporation, Florham Park,          Manasquan resident Mary
                                                                                                                                                     for 30 years.                          Frances McKenney died Friday,
                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Sabota was predeceased by       Aug. 5 in the Geraldine Thompson
                                                                                                                                                     by his brother Frederick Sabota.       Care Center, Allenwood.
                                                                                                                                                        He is survived by his wife of 48       She was 108 years old.
                                                                                                                                                     years Doris “Arlene” Jeffries             Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Ms.
                                                                                                                                                     Sabota;       daughters      Laura     McKenney lived in Pennsylvania
                                                                                                                                                     Braumbaugh, Katy, Texas, Lynn          for many years before moving to
                                                                                                                                                     Cadigan, Wall Township, Christine      Manasquan 14 years ago. She
                                                                                                                                                     Sabota, Galloway Township, and         spent many years working as a
                                                                                                                                                     Doris McCrann, Bernardsville;          bank teller at the PNC Bank in
                                                                                                                                                     grandchildren James, Emily, and        Morton, Pa., before retiring in
                                                                                                                                                     Cole Cadigan, Lauren, Kalie, and       1962. Ms. McKenney then worked
                                                                                                                                                     Renee Braumbaugh, and Dalton           for borough hall in Morton, Pa.,
                                                                                                                                                     and Austin McCrann.                    before retiring in 1989. She was a
                                                                                                                                                        Funeral arrangements were from      parishioner of the Church of
                                                                                                                                                     the O’Brien Funeral Home, Wall.        Atonement, Morton, Pa.
                                                                                                                                                                                               Ms. McKenney is survived by
                                                                                                                                                     ____________________                   many nieces, nephews, great-
                                                                                                                                                     Monsignor Harrold A.                   nieces and great-nephews.
                                                                                                                                                            Murray                             Funeral arrangements were from
                                                                                                                                                                                            DeGraff Lakehurst Funeral Home,
                                                                                                                                                        Manasquan and former Sea            Lakehurst. In lieu of flowers, dona-
                                                                                                                                                     Girt resident Monsignor Harrold        tions in her memory can be made
                                                                                                                                                     A. Murray, formerly of Short Hills     to the Manasquan Library, Broad
                                                                                                                                                     and Newark, died Tuesday, Aug. 9       Street, Manasquan, 08736.
                                                                                                                                                     in his home after a lengthy illness.
                                                                                                                              THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                                              PAGE 43

                                                                                         Houses of Worship
   THE CHURCH IN BRIELLE                             FIRST UNITED                               For more information on activities for          HOLY TRINITY CHURCH                       Sunday at 9 a.m. Worship begins at 10
        821 Riverview Dr., Brielle                 METHODIST CHURCH                          children and youth, or other special                Third and Monmouth avenues,              a.m.
    Guest minister Reverend Frederick           7th Avenue and D Street, Belmar              events, contact Pastor Lenny or Pastor                       Spring Lake                        Prayer and Bible study are held each
Mold Jr. will lead the Sunday Worship           The blended contemporary-tradition-          Marc at 732-458-6210 or visit                     Historic Holy Trinity Episcopal            Wednesday from noon to 1:15 p.m. and
Service at 10 a.m.                           al worship service meets at 9:30 a.m.                                Church is a welcoming church. The ser-        again in the evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
    Nursery care is provided for children    every Sunday in the summer.                                                                    vice begins at 9 a.m. every Sunday. For          For more information, call 732-458-
up to 3 years old.                              Come to worship where Biblically-                 FULL GOSPEL CHURCH                        information, call 732-449-5240.               9238.
    Monday there is an Al-Anon meeting       grounded, challenging, practical mes-              2649 East Hurley Pond Road, Wall
at 7:30 p.m.                                 sages are heard, and enjoy inspiring and           The Full Gospel Church welcomes                     COVE FELLOWSHIP
    Friday there is an Overeaters Anon       uplifting music. The church’s web site is       everyone.                                                MINISTRIES
meeting at 10 a.m.
    For more information, call the church
                                             [].                    Sunday services include Christian
                                                                                             education at 9:30 a.m. [classes for all
                                                                                                                                                     P Box 1, Allenwood                     Check out our
                                                For more information, please phone                                                                       732-292-3044
at 732-528-7070, or visit http://church-
                                             the church at 732-681-1385 [English].
                                             The food pantry is open to the public on
                                                                                             ages]. The worship service is at 10:30
                                                                                                                                               A non-denominational Christian
                                                                                                                                            worship meeting is held in Brice Park,
                                                                                                                                                                                               web site!
                                             Mondays and Thursdays [10 a.m. to
                                             noon]. The church asks that if you have
                                                                                                Intercessory prayer is on Tuesday at 10
                                                                                                                                            Allenwood-Lakewood               Road,
                                                                                                                                            Allenwood.The service begins at 11 a.m.
             Spring Lake
                                             prayer concerns, call them and their
                                             prayer chain ministry team will help.
                                                                                                Adult Bible study is Wednesday at 7
                                                                                                                                            under the pavilion.
                                                                                                                                               Services are sponsored by The Free
   Weekend Masses will be held at 5
p.m. on Saturday and at 8, 9:30 and 11       FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
                                                                                                Royal Rangers and Missionettes, for
                                                                                             children 3 to 18 years old, is Wednesday
                                                                                                                                            Meeting House of Lower Sqankum, a
                                                                                                                                            non-denominational congregation.
                                                                                             at 7 p.m.
a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday.
   Weekday Mass is at 6:45 and 8 a.m.,
                                                 9th Avenue and E Street, Belmar
                                                Sunday worship services will be held            Youth group [for youth 13 to 18 years            SAINT JAMES EPISCOPAL                       News, sports,
                                                                                             old] is Friday at 7:30 p.m.                                CHURCH
Monday through Saturday. Confessions
will be heard at St. Margaret on
                                             at 9 a.m.
                                                Bible study is on Thursdays at 9:30             Prayer and outreach is Friday at 7:30              4th and Hammond avenues                 photos, wedding
Saturdays from 2 to 3:30 p.m.                a.m.                                            p.m.; the church welcomes all.                              Bradley Beach
   For more information, call 732-449-          The church’s food pantry is available           For information, call the church office                  732-775-5414
                                                                                                                                                The church celebrates the Holy
                                                                                                                                                                                            & engagement
5765.                                        to local needy.                                 at 732 681-5335.
                                                For additional information, call 732-
                                                                                                                                            Eucharist every Sunday at 8 and 10 a.m.
                                                                                                                                            The church warmly welcomes all.
                                                                                                                                                                                            forms & more!
     ST. ANDREW’S UNITED                     681-8685, or visit www.belmarpresbyter-                SOCIETY OF FRIENDS                          The Rev. Frank M. Goss is the rector.
     METHODIST CHURCH                                                                  Wall Township                          Church school meets every Sunday at
    West Lake and Fourth avenues,                                                               The Religious Society of Friends            9:45 a.m.
              Spring Lake                               CALVARY                              [Quakers] meet for worship at 11:15 a.m.           Nursery care is provided during the 10
   Summer Worship services are at 8 and           PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                        every Sunday.                                  a.m. Eucharist.
9:30 a.m. Rev. Murphy’s sermon is titled           2263 Allenwood Road, Wall                    Worship is held in the Manasquan                For more information, call the parish
                                                                                             Quaker Meeting House, Route 35, off            office at 732-775-5414 or visit the web
“The Dynamics of Promise Keeping.”              Sunday worship services led by Pastor
                                                                                             the Manasquan Circle.                          site
   Nursery and Sunday School begins at       Craig L. DiBenedictis begin at 10:15
9:30 a.m. All children are to meet in the    a.m.                                               First Day School convenes at 10 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                   BRADLEY BEACH
sanctuary.                                      Sunday school begins at 9 a.m.                  The Society welcomes all.                        COMMUNITY CHURCH
   The Rev. Murphy has a children’s          Children’s church and nursery care are                                                                        P.O. Box 58
message, so the church welcomes all chil-    available.                                       ST. DENIS ROMAN CATHOLIC                                Bradley Beach, 07720
dren.                                           For more information, call 732-449-                     CHURCH                                           732-693-7079
   Call 732-449-5147 for further infor-      8889.                                                     Route 71, Manasquan                      Bradley Beach Community Church
mation.                                                                                         The Mass schedule is as follows:            holds its services Sundays at 10 a.m. at
                                                                                                                                            the Bradley Beach Fire Department
                                               GLENDOLA BIBLE CHURCH                            Masses are celebrated in the church at
                                                                                                                                            Hall, 815 Rear Main Street, Bradley
  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH                            1615 Glendola Road, Wall                 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays.
        13th Avenue and E Street                Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m.               Sunday Masses are celebrated at 8,
                                                                                                                                                “We believe that life is a ‘team sport’
                  Belmar                        Sunday worship for all ages begins at        9:30,and 11 the church and at 10
                                                                                                                                            — best done together. So, we encour-
   Sunday morning blended worship            10:45 a.m.and fellowship begins at 10:30        a.m. at the beach chapel.                      age you to check out one of our week-
service begins at 10 a.m.                    a.m.                                                                                           ly small group meetings where you will
   Sunday morning Bible classes for all         For further information, call 732-681-             MANASQUAN UNITED                         have an opportunity to develop
ages are at 11:15 a.m.                       3029.                                                 METHODIST CHURCH                         authentic, solid and lasting friend-
   For more information on small                                                                    23 Church St., Manasquan                ships, establish and develop a personal
groups, youth and children’s activities,               ST. MICHAEL                              Open hearts, open minds, open doors.        relationship with Jesus Christ in a
                                                                                                                                            non-threatening atmosphere of love,
and Bible studies, call 732-681-0940.               EPISCOPAL CHURCH                            This Sunday, August 14, the church
                                                                                                                                            acceptance and forgiveness, participate
   The Calvary Baptist Choir and                          Wall Township                      invites all to join for worship at 8:15 a.m.   in a caring and supportive community
Friends, under the direction of Hughes          Celebration of the Holy Eucharist is         for Holy Communion or 9:30 a.m. for a          which can lead to progressive and pos-
Tremblay,will perform a patriotic concert    at 8 and 10 a.m. on Sunday. Sunday              spirited worship service. This Sunday,         itive life change, and help our local
entitled “A Celebration of Liberty” on       school for children preschool-age               Reverend Jim Robinson’s message is             community in a number of different
Saturday, August 13 at 8 p.m. The con-       through eighth grade.Nursery care is also       “Happy Ending.”                                ways.”
cert will take place at Taylor Pavilion,
located at Fifth and Ocean avenues, in
                                             available for infants and toddlers.
                                             Fellowship continues after services in the
                                                                                                Coffee hour is held following the 9:30
                                                                                             a.m. service, and nursery care is provided
                                                                                                                                                For more information, call Pastor
                                                                                                                                            Wayne E. May at 732-693-7079 or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                SUPER CROSSWORD • Solution page 41
Belmar. There will be chairs available or    crypt.                                          for infants and toddlers at this service.      visit www.bradleybeachcommunity-
you can bring your own. The church                                                              For more information, call the church
                                                Newcomers are welcome.
invites you to come out and enjoy a cele-       For more information, call the parish        at 732-223-5432.
                                                                                                                                                FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
bration of the liberty we share as ameri-    office at 732-681-1863.                                                                              51 South St., Manasquan
cans, and the God who blessed us. For                                                         ST. MARK ROMAN CATHOLIC                         Contemporary service at 9:30 a.m.,
more information, call 732-581-0940.              WEST BELMAR UNITED                                   CHURCH                               with nursery available.
                                                  METHODIST CHURCH                                           Sea Girt                         For more information, call the
  ST. ROSE ROMAN CATHOLIC                         1000 17th Ave., West Belmar                   Masses are held on Saturday at 5 p.m.       church office at 732-223-4649.
           CHURCH                               Contemporary worship service and             and Sunday at 8 and 10 a.m. and noon.
                 Belmar                      Sunday school are held at 9:15 a.m.             There is a Hispanic Mass at 5 p.m. on
   Schedule of Masses is as follows:         Traditional worship service is held at 11       Sunday. Daily Masses are at 7:30 and 11                 UNITED
Saturday Vigil Mass, 5 p.m.; Sunday          a.m.                                            a.m.
                                                                                                                                                 METHODIST CHURCH
Masses, 7, 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m., and 5       For more church information, call               Miraculous Medal Novena will be               Sunday worship is at 11 a.m. For
p.m.                                         732-681-4413.                                   held after 7:30 and 11 a.m. Masses on          more information, call 732-774-4368.
       GRACE TABERNACLE                                SAINT URIEL                              Our Lady’s Rosary is daily after the           ST. MARGARET CHURCH
       2014 Main St., Lake Como                     EPISCOPAL CHURCH                         7:30 and 11 a.m. Masses.                                    Spring Lake
    Christ-centered worship and Biblical                      Sea Girt                          The sacrament of reconciliation is             Weekend Masses are Saturday at 4
truth is proclaimed every Sunday at 10:45       Services at St. Uriel Church, 3rd            administered Saturday from 4 to 4:45           p.m. and Sunday at 7, 8:30, 10 and
a.m. Pastor Randy Smith will be preach-                                                      p.m. or by appointment.                        11:30 a.m.
                                             Avenue and Philadelphia Boulevard, Sea
                                                                                                For more information call the parish           Weekday Mass is held at St.
ing.                                         Girt, are at 8 and 9:30 a.m. Sundays.The                                                       Catharine. See the schedule under that
    A nursery program and Little People’s    principal service of the day is a choral cel-   office at 732-449-6364.
                                                                                                                                            church’s heading.
Church are provided.                         ebration of the Holy Eucharist at 9:30                                                            Confessions will be heard between
    Sunday school is conducted at 9:30       a.m. Sunday school follows the 9:30 a.m.                 KING’S HARBOR                         the hours of 2 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
a.m. and includes classes for nursery        service.                                                ASSEMBLY OF GOD                           For more information, call 732-
through adult.                                  A nursery is provided for infants and                62 Main St., Manasquan                 449-5765.
    A mid-week prayer service is held on     preschool children during the 9:30 a.m.            Children’s church for ages three
Wednesdays from 7 to 8 p.m.                  service.                                        through nine is provided during the wor-          AVON BAPTIST CHURCH
    Youth group for ages 11 to 18 also          Wednesday celebration of the Holy            ship hour. Nursery is also available.                 435 Sylvania Ave., Avon
meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m. as does the                                                       Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. for all ages.       Worship services are held at 10:30
                                             Eucharist is offered with prayers for heal-
                                                                                                                                            a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sundays. Nursery
Good News Club for ages 4 through the        ing and the laying on of hands at 9:30             For further information, call 732-223-
                                                                                                                                            and children’s church are available dur-
fifth grade.                                 a.m.                                            2127.                                          ing the 10:30 a.m. service. Prayer
    For more information, call 732-681-         For more information, call the church                                                       meetings and Bible study are every
3712,                or              visit   office at 732-449-6173.                          HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH                         Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Men’s Bible                                                                    23 Taylor Ave. [Rt. 71], Manasquan           study is at noon every Thursday.
                                               SHORE CHRISTIAN CENTER                           Pastor Joe Santucci will lead Sunday           For more information, call 732-776-
 MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH                          4041 Squankum Road, Wall                  morning worship at 10:30 a.m.                  8806.
      703 17th Ave., Lake Como                  Services are held Wednesday at 9:30             Sunday school is at 12:15 p.m.
   Sunday school for children and adults     a.m., Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday             For more information, call 732-223-          THE CHURCH OF ASCENSION
begins at 9 a.m.                             at 9 and 11 a.m.                                4115 or visit                             Bradley Beach
   Sunday morning worship begins at 10          The church welcomes all and asks                                                               Weekend Masses will be held at 5
a.m. Wednesday evening Bible study is        everyone to bring a friend.                              HOLY TRINITY                          p.m. on Saturday and at 8 a.m., 10 a.m.,
from 7:30 to 9 p.m.                             Nursery, children’s church, youth ser-              LUTHERAN CHURCH                         noon and 5 p.m. on Sunday.
   Rev. Jesse W. Evans, pastor.              vices and gourmet Sunday brunch are                 Main Street and Osborn Avenue,                Weekday Mass is at 8 a.m., Monday
   For additional information, call the      available.                                                     Manasquan                       through Friday.Confessions will be heard
church at 732-681-1730.                         A Spanish-speaking service will be              On this weekend of the Thirteenth           on Saturdays from 4 to 4:30 p.m.
                                             available via headphones.                       Sunday after Pentecost, Pastor Timothy            For more information, call 732-774-
  WALL UNITED METHODIST                         For more information, call the church        Leitzke will preach and Reverend Bruce         0456.
         CHURCH                              office at 732-938-4353, or visit                T. Ewen will preside at the 5 p.m.
           2414 Old Mill Road                               Saturday service and the 8:45 a.m.
           Spring Lake Heights                                                               Sunday Service.
                                                                                                                                                 ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL
                                               CONGREGATION AGUDATH                                                                                    CHURCH
    Sunday worship service led by the                                                           All weekend services include Holy                First and Woodland avenues
Rev. Glenn K. Miller begins at 9:30 a.m.              ACHIM                                  Communion. Holy Communion will                            Avon-by-the-Sea
Nursery care is available during the ser-             301 McCabe Avenue                      also be celebrated at 7 a.m on                    Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
vice. A Praise Service is held the third                   Bradley Beach                     Wednesday, August 17.                          at 9 a.m. on Sundays.
Sunday of each month at 11 a.m. in the                                                          For information, call 732-223-0533.
                                              Please call 732-774-2495 for services.
sanctuary. Everyone is welcome to                                                                                                               ST. ELIZABETH CHURCH
attend. Fellowship and refreshments are                                                                                                                      Avon
provided following each service.
                                                  TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH                       FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                         Masses are celebrated at 4 and 5:30
    Ongoing activities include:Bible stud-                                                         16 Virginia Ave. Manasquan               p.m. Saturdays and at 7, 8, 9, 10 and
                                                Allenwood-Lakewood Road, Wall
ies on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Thursday at                                                        On Sunday, worship services will be         11:30 a.m. Sundays.
                                                Experience uplifting, contemporary
10:30 a.m.                                                                                   held at 8 and 9:30 a.m. Pastor Steve              Confessions are heard between 3 and
                                             worship, relevant teaching, friendly
    Wall United Methodist Church is                                                          Davis will be preaching on a series of         3:45 p.m. Saturdays.
                                             atmosphere and Biblically-solid messages
located at 2414 Old Mill Rd., Spring                                                         messages from the Bible on “The Book
                                             that quench the thirst of anyone seeking
Lake Heights, across from the Circus
                                             spiritual renewal.
                                                                                             of Revelation.”                                         SHILOH BAPTIST
Drive Inn, just off highway 35. For more                                                        Children’s Church begins at 9:45 a.m.                   CHURCH
                                                Sunday worship starts at 10:30 a.m.,
information or to register your children,                                                       Childcare will be provided for both               44 Union Ave., Manasquan
                                             with a family Bible school at 9:15 for
please call Mary at 732-920-8231 or the                                                      services.                                         Messages that meet the needs of all
                                             children and adults. “New Community”
church at 732-449-8287.                                                                         For more information, call 732-223-         people and music that lifts the soul can be
                                             small groups meet throughout the week
    Call 732-449-8287 for more church                                                        4627.                                          experienced in the worship. Christian
                                             in home Bible studies.
information.                                                                                                                                education classes for all ages begin each

                                                    Buyer: Craig R. Marsa              Close date: 3/24/05 - $575,000       Close date: 4/20/05 - $1,520,000
                                                    Seller: Michael Collaro            Buyer: Thomas Runge                  Buyer: John N. Durante
                                                                                       Seller: Thelma S. Miller             Seller: Brian Flynn
                                                    Address: 105 10th Ave.
                                                    Close date: 3/14/05 - $750,000     Address: 259 1st Ave.                Address: 2405 Kipling Ave.
                        Real                        Buyer: Nicholas Levidy
                                                    Seller: Thomas Dudek
                                                                                       Close date: 3/17/05 - $565,000
                                                                                       Buyer: Judi Connors
                                                                                                                            Close date: 4/11/05 - $28,000
                                                                                                                            Buyer: Mary B. Hansen
                        Estate                      Address: 1320 H St. Unit 208
                                                                                       Seller: Regis Connors                Seller: Thomas J. Hansen

                                                    Close date: 1/23/05 - $850,000     Address: 59 Curtis Ave.              Address: 557 Mercer Ave.
                        Transactions                Buyer: Craig J.Mileski             Close date: 3/7/05 - $739,900        Close date: 4/8/05 - $795,000
                                                    Seller: Robert C. Kluber           Buyer: John Schwind                  Buyer: Cark C. Grossich
                        AVON-BY-THE-SEA                                                Seller: Donald Gothie                Seller: Broadview Development
                  Address: 521 Ocean Ave. Unit 7    Address: 103 13th Ave.                                                  Group LLC
                  Close date: 4/8/05 - $212,000     Close date: 4/28/04 - $575,000                SEA GIRT
                  Buyer: William V. Ferguson Jr.    Buyer: Scott Mason                 Address: 615 Brooklyn Blvd.          Address: 740 Wall Road
                  Seller: Robert Cariola            Seller: William R. Gaynor          Close date: 5/5/05 - $838,500        Close date: 4/1/05 - $360,000
                                                                                       Buyer: Brian Rigney                  Buyer: Carol-Anna Zolcinski
                  Address: 432 Sylvania Ave.        Address: 74 Inlet Terrace          Seller: Kevin P. McHugh              Seller: Joanne M. Hersh
                  Close date: 4/25/053 - $690,000   Close date: 1/17/05 - $1,100,000
                  Buyer: Frank Fossella             Buyer: Mark Gannon                 Address: 534 Washington Blvd.        Address: 515 Jersey Ave.
                  Seller: Kenneth R. Kraus          Seller: Catherine G. Gathman       Unit 7                               Close date: 3/30/05 - $710,000
                                                                                       Close date: 4/18/05 - $350,000       Buyer: Rhonda Graber
                  Address: 416 Garfield Ave.               BRADLEY BEACH               Buyer: Rita Ruffing                  Seller: Robert Bliesmann
                  Close date: 4/5/05 - $710,000     Address: 200 Ocean Park Ave.       Seller: AJA Investments LP
                  Buyer: Christopher Amato          Close date: 5/2/05 - $249,900                                           Address: 1915 Old Mill Road
                  Seller: Estate of Joan K.         Buyer: Howard Grinberg             Address: 534 Washington Blvd.        Close date: 3/17/05 - $790,213
                  Russoniello                       Seller: Ralph Roberts              Close date: 4/18/05 - $490,000       Buyer: Arthur E. Hilscher
                                                                                       Buyer: Rita J. Innella               Seller: John D. Pittenger Builder
                  Address: 101 Sylvania Road        Address: 206-210 Ocean Park        Seller: Investments LP AJA           LLC
                  Close date: 4/4/05 - $2,300,000   Ave.
                  Buyer: Thomas E. Dolan            Close date: 5/2/05 - $400,000      Address: 501 Ocean Ave.              Address: 306 11th Ave.
                  Seller: Gunn Properties LLC       Buyer: Melvyn I. Freedman          Close date: 4/1/053 - $3,217,500     Close date: 3/1/05 - $349,999
                                                    Seller: Allan Cofone & Licht       Buyer: Ira A. Walker                 Buyer: Joseph Louro
                              BELMAR                LLC                                Seller: Gwendolyn Patorelli          Seller: Philip Ciallella
                  Address: 203 10th Ave.
                  Close date: 5/23/05 - $650,000                                       Address: 401 Sea Girt Ave.                         WALL
                  Buyer: Frank Piraino              Address: 107-4 Brinley Ave.        Close date: 3/15/05 - $1,200,000     Address: 1627 Marigold Ave.
                  Seller: June A. Weiss             Close date: 4/27/05 - $380,000     Buyer: David A. Relles               Close date: 4/22/05 - $505,000
                                                    Buyer: William C. Revels           Seller: Roberta E. Buckley           Buyer: Seth Michaels
                  Address: 205 13th Ave.            Seller: John P. McCay                                                   Seller: Jacqueline M. O’Connor
                  Close date: 5/17/05 - $650,000                                                SPRING LAKE
                  Buyer: Ira B. Dicken              Address: 200 Park Place Ave.       Address: 411 Jersey Ave.             Address: 2573 Summit Road
                  Seller: Stephen Petrosino         Unit 6                             Close date: 5/16/05 - $1,265,000     Close date: 4/19/05 - $200,000
                                                    Close date: 4/26/05 - $439,000     Buyer: Glenn Rispaud                 Buyer: Megan Tobino
                  Address: 607 15th Ave.            Buyer: Jeffrey L. Simon            Seller: Julia Clark                  Seller: Barbara A. Tobino
                  Close date: 5/15/05 - $250,000    Seller: S&S Main Street LLC
                  Buyer: Maged Gobrial                                                 Address: 118 Brown Ave.              Address: 4213 Belmar Blvd.
                  Seller: Christine Power           Address: 200 Ocean Park Ave.       Close date: 5/6/05 - $1,700,000      Close date: 5/12/05 - $950,000
                                                    Close date: 4/1/05 - $210,000      Buyer: Richard F. Nejame             Buyer: Michael Squicciarini
                  Address: 1330 H St. Unit 6A       Buyer: Edward J. Yakely            Seller: Estate of Vincent V.         Seller: Robert R. Fuhr
                  Close date: 5/12/05 - $180,000    Seller: Theresa Hollywood          Raccuia
                  Buyer: Scott Cuttre                                                                                       Address: 1834 Celeste Drive
                  Seller: Gary W. Septer            Address: 105 Brinley Ave.          Address: 409 Washington Ave.         Close date: 5/11/05 - $1,400,000
                                                    Close date: 3/3/05 - $865,000      Close date: 4/15/05 - $1,530,000     Buyer: Sanjay Yodh
                  Address: 1303 A St.               Buyer: Howard Shams                Buyer: Janine A. Snyder              Seller: John F. Bendik
                  Close date: 5/6/05 - $440,000     Seller: Linda Leone                Seller: Kevin F. Crawford
                  Buyer: Stephen Senft                                                                                      Address: 1623 Marigold Ave.
                  Seller: Robert Denerstein         Address: 305 McCabe Ave.           Address: 502 Ludlow Ave.             Close date: 5/10/05 - $600,000
                                                    Close date: 2/18/05 - $66,000      Close date: 3/18/05 - $982,000       Buyer: Joseph M. Dunne
                  Address: 206 10th Ave.            Buyer: Edythe Miriam Stein         Buyer: William A. Manning            Seller: Peter T. Gutzan
                  Close date: 5/6/05 - $800,000     Seller: David E. Lessin            Seller: John Daab
                  Buyer: Mark L. Wisniewski                                                                                 Address: 1892 Cleveland Ave.
                  Seller: David Sabonjian                       BRIELLE                Address: 520 Passaic Ave.            Close date: 5/6/05 - $445,000
                                                    Address: 608 Brielle Ave.          Close date: 5/31/05 - $1,175,000     Buyer: William Fitzpatrick
                  Address: 109 2nd Ave. Apt. 5      Close date: 5/12/05 - $550,000     Buyer: Robert J. McGinley            Seller: George W. Ruddy Jr.
                  Close date: 5/2/05 - $854,000     Buyer: Edward H. Evans             Seller: Patrick Mastrorilli
                  Buyer: Joseph A. Puleo            Seller: Lois M. Soldo                                                   Address: 2816 Concord Drive
                  Seller: Mario D’Angelo                                               Address: 8 Salem Ave.                Close date: 5/4/05 - $1,400,000
                                                    Address: 299 Old Bridge Road       Close date: 5/2/05 - $1,860,000      Buyer: Robert Fletcher
                  Address: 815 12th Ave.            Close date: 5/12/05 - $698,000     Buyer: John Mullman                  Seller: Paul Pardon
                  Close date: 5/2/05 - $387,500     Buyer: Victor Papanu               Seller: James E. Higgins
                  Buyer: Michael Casserly Jr.       Seller: Ned A. Helms                                                    Address: 1203 Bayberry Road
                  Seller: Jospeh Guiffrida                                             Address: 2201 Third Ave.             Close date: 5/4/05 - $515,000
                                                    Address: 621 Agnes Ave.            Close date: 3/28/05 - $1,125,000     Buyer: Jeffrey Greene
                  Address: 502 14th Ave.            Close date: 5/11/05 - $585,000     Buyer: Eileen A. Hannaford           Seller: Ruth M. Osborne
                  Close date: 4/26/05 - $350,000    Buyer: Anthony J. Guzzo            Seller: Winifred M. McDermott
                  Buyer: Angelo T. Cundiff          Seller: Elaine A. Stoner                                                Address: 2521 Algonkin Trail
                  Seller: Michael P. O’Connor                                          Address: 1277 Bradford Run           Close date: 5/3/05 - $446,000
                                                    Address: 629 Woodland Ave.         Close date: 4/15/05 - $928,000       Buyer: Anthony J. Calabrese
                  Address: 1503 River Road          Close date: 4/29/05 - $485,000     Buyer: Thomas Michael                Seller: Lisa Troccoli
                  Close date: 4/26/05 - $575,000    Buyer: Carolyn Flinn               McNelley
                  Buyer: Zoltan Gerzsenyi           Seller: Michael Ralph Matthews     Seller: RevoaBradford Run LLC        Address: 4605 Broad St.
                  Seller: Gregory John Plotts                                                                               Close date: 5/2/05 - $475,000
                                                    Address: 3 Sequoia Court             SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                Buyer: Thomas Bates
                  Address: 917 16th Ave.            Close date: 4/15/05 - $655,000     Address: 11 Dogwood Court            Seller: Robert Brundage
                  Close date: 4/21/05 - $272,000    Buyer: Kenneth LeBlanc             Close date: 4/1/05 - $499,000
                  Buyer: Maria Pinto                Seller: Frank C. Lechien           Buyer: J. Donnelly Felton            Address: 1665 M St.
                  Seller: Paul H. Pasuit                                               Seller: Irene C. McGarry             Close date: 5/2/05 - $340,000
                                                    Address: 35D Maple Lane                                                 Buyer: William Rath
                  Address: 100 3rd Ave.             Close date: 2/1/05 - $192,500      Address: 45 Willow Lane              Seller: William E. Smith Jr.
                  Close date: 4/20/05 - $370,000    Buyer: Bernadette Reidy            Close date: 5/17/05 - $395,000
                  Buyer: Paul Puleo                 Seller: Maureen Watters            Buyer: Alfred S. Crimmins            Address: 13 South Manor Court
                  Seller:Maria C. Pinto                                                Seller: Barbara M. Adams             Close date: 4/29/05 - $520,000
                                                    Address: 500 Borrie Ave.                                                Buyer: Investments LP AJA
                  Address: 1208 L St.               Close date: 2/1/05 - $135,000      Address: 1225 Holly Place            Seller: Antonette Toto
                  Close date: 4/15/05 - $260,000    Buyer: Thomas A. Corbo             Close date: 5/16/05 - $350,000
                  Buyer: Robert J. Polito           Seller: Cara M. Corbo              Buyer: Wayne Teicher                 Address: 1521 Sunset Terrace
                  Seller: Michael McCormick                                            Seller: Janice Stone Veltre          Close date: 4/22/05 - $377,500
                                                             MANASQUAN                 Executrix of Estate                  Buyer: John V. Jackwicz
                  Address: 1803 Snyder Ave.         Address: 552 Marlin Ave.                                                Seller: Edward Kuntz
                  Close date: 4/15/05 - $500,000    Close date: 5/31/05 - $325,000     Address: 1220 Wall Road
                  Buyer: Robert Steefanowicz        Buyer: Ken Malc                    Close date: 5/6/05 - $450,000        Address: 303 Club Drive
                  Seller: Doris Vorpagel Estate     Seller: Dorothy T. Yard LLC        Buyer: Cary Miskoff                  Close date: 4/20/05 - $375,000
                                                                                       Seller: Michael Farragher            Buyer: Herbert J. Schuster
                  Address: 116 13th Ave.            Address: 119 Stockton Lake Ave.                                         Seller: Susan L. Truesdale
                  Close date: 4/14/05 - $647,000    Close date: 5/19/05 - $1,250,000   Address: 1223 Norman Terrace
                  Buyer: Ivan Machado               Buyer: Brian Thomas Kimmins        Close date: 5/6/05 - $552,500        Address: 251 Tennis Court
                  Seller: John F. Kelly             Seller: Two Hundred Eight          Buyer: Michael J. Farragher          Close date: 4/19/05 - $375,000
                                                    Properties LLC                     Seller: Kevin McNamara               Buyer: Beverly A. Wainwright
                  Address: 509 13th Ave.                                                                                    Seller: Timothy Burke
                  Close date: 4/13/05 - $367,000    Address: 364 Cedar Ave.            Address: 28 Magnolia Drive
                  Buyer: Brad Robinson              Close date: 5/9/05 - $200,000      Close date: 5/2/05 - $500,000        Address: 1604 Marconi Road
                  Seller: James P. Duffy            Buyer: Darcie Devlin               Buyer: John M. Egan                  Close date: 4/15/05 - $850,000
                                                    Seller: Robert E. Teufel Estate    Seller: Estate of Rita Joan Erbeck   Buyer: Ryan Loughman
                  Address: 205 17th Ave.                                                                                    Seller: Ann Chamberlain
                  Close date: 4/5/05 - $410,000     Address: 590 Main St.              Address: 35 Magnolia Drive
                  Buyer: Annette Lentini            Close date: 4/11/05 - $685,000     Close date: 4/29/05 - $470,000       Address: 305 South St.
                  Seller: Earl Allen                Buyer: Kevin Frerich               Buyer: Monica P. Blaine              Close date: 4/15/05 - $475,000
                                                    Seller: 580 Main Street East       Seller: Richard Heyniger             Buyer: Timothy Burke
                  Address: 517 17th Ave.                                                                                    Seller: Three Hundred Five South
                  Close date: 4/4/05 - $450,000     Address: 38 Main St.               Address: 1208 Pond Road
                  Buyer: Eli J. Zilberman           Close date: 4/5/05 - $782,000      Close date: 4/29/05 - $545,000       Address: 347 Volley Court
                  Seller: Mary Kelly                Buyer: Micahel Maguire             Buyer: Cara Solimo                   Close date: 4/15/05 - $295,100
                                                    Seller: Stephen Scibelli           Seller: Susan B. Ayers               Buyer: Chester Fratantonio
                  Address: 417 16th Ave.                                                                                    Seller: Estate of Mary O’Brien
                  Close date: 3/31/05 - $823,000    Address: 351 Beachfront            Address: 17 Pine Drive
                  Buyer: Patrick Daniello           Close date: 3/31/05 - $1,300,000   Close date: 4/28/05 - $452,000       Address: 2388 and 2394 Route
                  Seller: Marc Meccia               Buyer: Michael Zimmerman           Buyer: Valerie Abel                  34
                                                    Seller: American Timber Co.        Seller: A. Douglas Ferris
                  Address: 126 17th Ave.
                  Close date: 3/30/05 - $660,000    Address: 47 Cowart Ave.            Address: 414 Mercer Ave.             See REAL ESTATE, page 47
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 _____________________________            prevailing time.                          ority over the lien being foreclosed         NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                        MONMOUTH COUNTY                         Irregular lot 119.76 ft x 50 ft x        (732) 290-7600                                  BOROUGH OF                     _____________________________
        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                       The property to be sold is located    and, if so the current amount due                          SALE                                    SHERIFF                    116.18 ft x 50.13 ft.                        Attorney Ref.: #AMQ-259                   SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                       BOROUGH OF BELMAR
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                     in the Township of Howell in the          thereon.                                          SUPERIOR COURT                      NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                       Nearest Cross Street:                    (8/4, 8/11, 8/18, 8/25)                   ORDINANCE NO. 13-2005                          ZONING BOARD
               SHERIFF                    County of Monmouth, State of New              TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                        OF NEW JERSEY                                     SALE                         Wall Road.                               ($95.20) (68)                         AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOR-                           LEGAL NOTICE
  NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                   Jersey.                                   20% of the bid amount at the time of            MONMOUTH COUNTY                             SUPERIOR COURT                        Subject to any open taxes,               The Coast Star                        OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                          PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
                 SALE                         Commonly known as:                    sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or           CHANCERY DIVISION                            OF NEW JERSEY                    water/sewer, municipal or tax liens       _____________________________            HEIGHTS SUPPLEMENTING                    Zoning Board of the Borough of
        SUPERIOR COURT                        51 Grand Teton Avenue,                certified check only.                             Docket No. F-2120203                    MONMOUTH COUNTY                     that may be due.                                    BOROUGH OF                     SUBSECTION 10-7, ENTITLED                Belmar, at its June 23, 2005 Public
         OF NEW JERSEY                        Howell, NJ 07731                          The approximate amount of the                Sheriff’s File #05003276                 CHANCERY DIVISION                       TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                   SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                  “CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPAN-                 Hearing, adopted a Resolution dated
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                         Tax Lot No. 21 in Block No.           judgment, Commission and costs to             Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota NA                 Docket No. F-1933404              20% of the bid amount at the time of          ORDINANCE NO. 10-2005                CY” IN CHAPTER X, “BUILD-                July 28, 2005, granting preliminary
      CHANCERY DIVISION                   42.03                                     be satisfied by sale is the sum of        as trustee for registered holders of             Sheriff’s File #05003463           sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or     AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOR-                 ING AND HOUSING”, OF THE                 and final site plan approvals with
        Docket No. F-173901                   Dimensions of Lot:                    $325,910.84. The successful bidder        Option One Mortgage Loan Trust                Mortgage Electronic Registration      certified check only.                     OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                      “REVISED ORDINANCES OF                   Bulk Variances to Kenneth and
       Sheriff’s File #05003192               (approximately) 71.00 feet wide       will be responsible for all fees, com-    2001-A, Asset Backed Certificates,        Systems, Inc. as nominee for First            The approximate amount of the         HEIGHTS AMENDING THE                     THE BOROUGH OF SPRING                    Marcy Malc, owners of property
    Citimortgage, Inc., Plaintiff vs:     by 100.00 feet long.                      missions and costs of sale.               Series 2001-A, without recourse,          Financial Equities, Inc., Plaintiff vs:   judgment, Commission and costs to         2004 SALARY AND WAGE                     LAKE HEIGHTS, COUNTY OF                  located at 99 11th Avenue, Lot 2,
    Lawrence L. Griffin & Arlene              Nearest Cross Street:                     The Sheriff hereby reserves the       Plaintiff vs:                                 Margaret Defiore, Defendants          be satisfied by sale is the sum of        ORDINANCE                                MONMOUTH, STATE OF NEW                   Block 110, Belmar, New Jersey, to
Griffin a/k/a Arlene Arengo,                  Situated on the Southerly side of     right to adjourn this sale without fur-       Stephen Kleschinsky, et al,               By virtue of a writ of execution in   $36,559.88.The successful bidder                        NOTICE                     JERSEY (1987)”                           demolish an existing two-family
Defendants                                Grand Teton Avenue, 10.00 feet from       ther notice by publication.               Defendants                                the above stated action to me direct-     will be responsible for all fees, com-       The above Ordinance was intro-                      NOTICE                     home, demolish an existing single
    By virtue of a writ of execution in   the Easterly side of Arches Lane.             JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                  By virtue of a writ of execution in   ed, I shall expose for sale at public     missions and costs of sale.               duced and passed on first reading at a       The above Ordinance was intro-       family home and construct a new sin-
the above stated action to me direct-         The sale is subject to unpaid taxes       Phelan, Hallinan & Schmieg,           the above stated action to me direct-     vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East            The Sheriff hereby reserves the       regular meeting of the Mayor and         duced and passed on first reading at a   gle family home.
ed, I shall expose for sale at public     and assessments, tax, water and               Attorneys                             ed, I shall expose for sale at public     Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders      right to adjourn this sale without fur-   Council of the Borough of Spring         regular meeting of the Mayor and             A copy of the Resolution, appli-
vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East        sewer liens and other municipal               Rosemarie Diamond, Esq.,              vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East        Meeting Room), in the Borough of          ther notice by publication.               Lake Heights on July 25, 2005 and        Council of the Borough of Spring         cation, plans and other supporting
Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders      assessments. The amount due can be            for the firm                          Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders      Freehold, County of Monmouth,                 JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff              was finally adopted on August 8,         Lake Heights on July 25, 2005 and        documentation are on file at the
Meeting Room), in the Borough of          obtained from the local taxing                (856) 813-5500                        Meeting Room), in the Borough of          New Jersey, on Monday, the 29th day           Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman,          2005.                                    was finally adopted on August 8,         office of the Zoning Board of the
Freehold, County of Monmouth,             authority.                                    Attorney Ref.: NW-4542                Freehold, County of Monmouth,             of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.            Attorneys                                ELISE McCANN                          2005.                                    Borough of Belmar in the Municipal
New Jersey, on Monday, the 15th day           TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                   (7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11)               New Jersey, on Monday, the 22nd           prevailing time.                              Leonard B. Zucker, Esq.,                 Acting Borough Clerk                      ELISE McCANN                         Building and are available for inspec-
of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.        20% of the bid amount at the time of          ($105.00) (75)                        day of August 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.         The property to be sold is located        for the firm                             ($6.65) (19) (08-11)                      Acting Borough Clerk                 tion between the hours of 9:00 am
prevailing time.                          sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or         The Coast Star                        prevailing time.                          in the Township of Howell, in the             (908) 233-8500                           The Coast Star                            ($9.10) (26) (08-11)                 and 4:30 pm.
    The property to be sold is located    certified check only.                      _____________________________                The property to be sold is located    County of Monmouth, State of New              Attorney Ref.: #XRZ-V-52377           _____________________________                The Coast Star                           This notice is sent to you by the
in the Township of Howell in the              The approximate amount of the                 JOSEPH W. OXLEY                   in the Borough of Freehold in the         Jersey.                                       (8/4, 8/11, 8/18, 8/25)                         BOROUGH OF                     _____________________________            applicant, by order of the Zoning
County of Monmouth, State of New          judgment, Commission and costs to               MONMOUTH COUNTY                     County of Monmouth, State of New              Commonly known as:                        ($89.60) (64)                             SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                       BOROUGH OF BELMAR                   Board.
Jersey.                                   be satisfied by sale is the sum of                       SHERIFF                    Jersey.                                       26 Concord Circle,                        The Coast Star                            ORDINANCE NO. 11-2005                       ORDINANCE 2005-21                     WILLIAM J. SHIPERS, ESQ.
    Commonly known as:                    $264,946.54. The successful bidder          NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                       Commonly known as:                        Howell, New Jersey 07731.              _____________________________            AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOR-                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING                        Attorney for Applicant
    22 E. 5th Street,                     will be responsible for all fees, com-                     SALE                         29 Union Avenue,                          Tax Lot No. 10 in Block No.                   JOSEPH W. OXLEY                   OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                      AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAP-                      KENNETH and MARCY MALC
    Howell, NJ                            missions and costs of sale.                       SUPERIOR COURT                        Freehold, NJ 07728                    84.11 on the Official Tax Map of the            MONMOUTH COUNTY                     HEIGHTS SUPPLEMENTING                    TER XIX TRAFFIC, PART I ON-                  ($11.20) (32) (08-11)
    Tax Lot No. 18.01 in Block No.            The Sheriff hereby reserves the                OF NEW JERSEY                        Tax Lot No. 14 in Block No. 92,       Township of Howell.                                      SHERIFF                    CHAPTER II, “ADMINISTRA-                 STREET TRAFFIC REGULA-                       The Coast Star
118                                       right to adjourn this sale without fur-         MONMOUTH COUNTY                         on the official Tax Map of the            Dimensions of Lot: N/A                  NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                   TION” BY ADDING A NEW                    TIONS OF THE REVISED GEN-                _____________________________
    Dimensions of Lot:                    ther notice by publication.                     CHANCERY DIVISION                       Borough of Freehold.                      Nearest Cross Street: N/A                              SALE                     SECTION 2-19.6 ENTITLED                  ERAL ORDINANCES OF THE                        BOROUGH OF BRIELLE
    100 feet wide by 200 feet long            JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                      Docket No. F-638504                   Dimensions of Lot:                        Taxes due are: $2,836.09.                     SUPERIOR COURT                    “BACKGROUND                RECORD        BOROUGH OF BELMAR, IN                        BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
(irregular)                                   Shapiro &Diaz, Attorneys                     Sheriff’s File #05003396               40 ft. x 170 ft.                          TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                        OF NEW JERSEY                    CHECK PROGRAM FOR PER-                   THE COUNTY OF MON-                                 PUBLIC NOTICE
    Nearest Cross Street:                     Nelson Diaz, Esq., for the firm           World Savings Bank, FSB,                  Nearest Cross Street:                 20% of the bid amount at the time of            MONMOUTH COUNTY                     SONS PARTICIPATING IN ANY                MOUTH, NEW JERSEY                            On Tuesday, August 2, 2005 the
    Situate on the southerly line of          (856) 810-1700                        Plaintiff vs:                                 Parker Avenue                         sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or           CHANCERY DIVISION                   YOUTH PROGRAM OF THE                         Notice is hereby given that the      Brielle Board of Adjustment memo-
East Fifth Street, 200 feet from the          Attorney Ref.: SEA 04-47860               John P. Thompson, et al,                  Subject to any unpaid taxes,          certified check only.                              Docket No. F-36805               BOROUGH OF SPRING LAKE                   foregoing Ordinance was introduced       rialized the approval of the following
westerly line of Roosevelt Avenue.            (7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11)               Defendants                                municipal liens or other charges, and         The approximate amount of the                Sheriff’s File #05003423           HEIGHTS OR ANY YOUTH                     and passed on first reading on the       application:
    Prior lien(s): Subject to unpaid          ($96.60) (69)                             By virtue of a writ of execution in   any such taxes, charges, liens, insur-    judgment, Commission and costs to             Ameriquest Mortgage Company,          PROGRAM UTILIZING THE                    27th day of July, 2005 and was final-        Block 89.01, Lot 32, 641
taxes and other municipal liens. as of        The Coast Star                        the above stated action to me direct-     ance premiums or other advances           be satisfied by sale is the sum of        Plaintiff vs:                             FACILITIES OF THE BOR-                   ly adopted by the Council of the         Oceanview Road, owned by George
6/15/2005, Taxes 2005 2nd quarter          _____________________________            ed, I shall expose for sale at public     made by plaintiff prior to this sale.     $350,034.30. The successful bidder            Dana Rivera, et al, Defendants        OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                      Borough of Belmar on the 10TH day        & Carol Wall, applicants - Richard &
are paid.                                         JOSEPH W. OXLEY                   vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East            All interested parties are to con-    will be responsible for all fees, com-        By virtue of a writ of execution in   HEIGHTS” OF THE “REVISED                 of August, 2005.                         Susan Butz, to allow the construction
    TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                     MONMOUTH COUNTY                     Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders      duct and rely upon their own inde-        missions and costs of sale.               the above stated action to me direct-     ORDINANCES OF THE BOR-                       KENNETH E. PRINGLE                   of additions to an existing single
20% of the bid amount at the time of                    SHERIFF                     Meeting Room), in the Borough of          pendent investigation to ascertain            The Sheriff hereby reserves the       ed, I shall expose for sale at public     OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                          Mayor                                family dwelling.
sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or       NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                   Freehold, County of Monmouth,             whether or not any outstanding inter-     right to adjourn this sale without fur-   vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East        HEIGHTS, COUNTY OF MON-                      MARGARET D. PLUMMER                      Block 73.01, Lot 5-5.01, 405
certified check only.                                      SALE                     New Jersey, on Monday, the 22nd           est remain of record and/or have pri-     ther notice by publication.               Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders      MOUTH, STATE OF NEW JER-                     Borough Clerk, RMC                   Riverview Lane, owned by the
    The approximate amount of the                 SUPERIOR COURT                    day of August 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.     ority over the lien being foreclosed          JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff              Meeting Room), in the Borough of          SEY (1987)”                                  ($8.05) (23) (08-11)                 Manasquan River Yacht Club, to
judgment, Commission and costs to                  OF NEW JERSEY                    prevailing time.                          and, if so the current amount due             Zucker & Kwestel, Attorneys           Freehold, County of Monmouth,                           NOTICE                         The Coast Star                       allow modifications to drainage and
be satisfied by sale is the sum of              MONMOUTH COUNTY                         The property to be sold is located    thereon.                                      Steven J. Kwestel, Esq.,              New Jersey, on Monday, the 29th day          The above Ordinance was intro-                                                 landscaping site plan approved
$224,125.06. The successful bidder              CHANCERY DIVISION                   in the Township of Wall in the                TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                   for the firm                          of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.        duced and passed on first reading at a   _____________________________            04/06/04.
will be responsible for all fees, com-            Docket No. F-235505               County of Monmouth, State of New          20% of the bid amount at the time of          (800) 499-2610                        prevailing time.                          regular meeting of the Mayor and              BOROUGH OF BELMAR                       KAREN S. BRISBEN
missions and costs of sale.                      Sheriff’s File #05003228           Jersey.                                   sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or         (8/4, 8/11, 8/18, 8/25)                   The property to be sold is located    Council of the Borough of Spring                  ZONING BOARD                        Recording Secretary
    The Sheriff hereby reserves the           Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. S/B/M/T            Commonly known as:                    certified check only.                         ($81.20) (58)                         in the Township of Howell, in the         Lake Heights on July 25, 2005 and                  LEGAL NOTICE                       ($7.35) (21) (08-11)
right to adjourn this sale without fur-   Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc.,              1362 Winter View Road                     The approximate amount of the             The Coast Star                        County of Monmouth, State of New          was finally adopted on August 8,             TO: Property Owner                       The Coast Star
ther notice by publication.               Plaintiff vs:                                 Tax Lot No. 11 in Block No.           judgment, Commission and costs to                                                   Jersey.                                   2005.                                        PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
    JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                  Elva Eckert, et al, Defendants            811.15                                be satisfied by sale is the sum of         _____________________________                Commonly known as:                       ELISE McCANN                          undersigned has appealed to the          _____________________________
    Stern, Lavinthal, Frankenberg &           By virtue of a writ of execution in       Dimensions of Lot:                    $63,563.32. The successful bidder                 JOSEPH W. OXLEY                       4 Syracuse Drive,                        Acting Borough Clerk                  Zoning Board of the Borough of                BOROUGH OF BRIELLE
    Norgaard, Attorneys                   the above stated action to me direct-         120’ x 209’                           will be responsible for all fees, com-         MONMOUTH COUNTY                          Howell, NJ.                              ($12.25) (35) (08-11)                 Belmar from the terms and Sections             ORDINANCE NO. 957
    Jennifer T. Pelkowsky, Esq.,          ed, I shall expose for sale at public         Nearest Cross Street:                 missions and costs of sale.                             SHERIFF                         Tax Lot No. 20 in Block No.              The Coast Star                        of the Zoning Ordinance so as to per-    AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND
    for the firm                          vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East            110’ from Apple Ridge Circle              The Sheriff hereby reserves the         NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                   165.02.                                                                            mit:                                     AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER
    (973) 740-0700                        Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders          Superior       Interests:     Wall    right to adjourn this sale without fur-                   SALE                          Dimensions of Lot:                    _____________________________                The demolition of an existing        XXI OF THE CODE OF THE
    Attorney Ref.: 200100346              Meeting Room), in the Borough of          Township holds a claim for taxes due      ther notice by publication.                       SUPERIOR COURT                        The property is located in the                 BOROUGH OF                      older structure and erect a new 2 1/2    BOROUGH OF BRIELLE ENTI-
    (7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11)               Freehold, County of Monmouth,             and/or other municipal utilities such         JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                       OF NEW JERSEY                    Township of Howell, County of                 SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                  story single family home on the          TLED “ZONING”.
    ($93.80) (67)                         New Jersey, on Monday, the 15th day       as water and/or sewer in the amount           Phelan, Hallinan & Schmieg,                MONMOUTH COUNTY                      Monmouth and State of New Jersey              ORDINANCE NO. 12-2005                premises located at 100 20th Avenue,              PUBLIC NOTICE
    The Coast Star                        of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.        of $3,516.90 as of 01/27/2005                 Attorneys                                  CHANCERY DIVISION                    and is legally described as Lot no. 20    AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOR-                 Block 90, Lot 13, Belmar, New                The foregoing Ordinance was
 _____________________________            prevailing time.                              TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                   Rosemarie Diamond, Esq.,                     Docket No. F-1961104               in Block 165.02 on the Official Tax       OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                      Jersey.                                  introduced and passed on first read-
        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                       The property to be sold is located    20% of the bid amount at the time of          for the firm                                Sheriff’s File #05003486            Map of the Township of Howell,            HEIGHTS AMENDING AND                         This appeal is now on the Clerk’s    ing by the Mayor & Council of the
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                     in the Township of Marlboro in the        sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or         (856) 813-5500                            Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. succes-        Monmouth County, New Jersey and a         SUPPLEMENTING              SUBSEC-       calendar and a public hearing has        Borough of Brielle, at a meeting held
               SHERIFF                    County of Monmouth, State of New          certified check only.                         Attorney Ref.: OPT 45                 sor by merger to Wells Fargo Home         Map       entitled    “Final    Major     TION 12-7.9, ENTITLED “CON-              been ordered for Thursday, August        on July 25th, 2005. The Ordinance
  NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                   Jersey.                                       The approximate amount of the             (7/28, 8/4, 8/11, 8/18)               Mortgage, Inc., Plaintiff vs:             Subdivision Georgetown at Howell,         STRUCTION SITE DEBRIS” IN                25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Commission        was finally adopted at a meeting held
                 SALE                         Commonly known as:                    judgment, Commission and costs to             ($109.20) (78)                            Norma Davenport, et al,               Section II”, dated December 28,           CHAPTER XII, “STREETS,                   Chamber, Municipal Building, 601         on August 8th, 2005.
        SUPERIOR COURT                        2 Washington Avenue,                  be satisfied by sale is the sum of            The Coast Star                        Defendants                                1993 which map was filed in the           SIDEWALKS AND SANITA-                    Main Street, Belmar, New Jersey, at          THOMAS B. NICOL
         OF NEW JERSEY                        Marlboro, NJ 07746                    $271,584.50. The successful bidder        _____________________________                 By virtue of a writ of execution in   Monmouth County Clerk’s Office on         TION” OF THE “REVISED                    which time you may appear either in          Mayor
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                         Tax Lot No. 15 in Block No. 189,      will be responsible for all fees, com-                    NOTICE                    the above stated action to me direct-     March 31, 1994 as Case Number             ORDINANCES OF THE BOR-                   person, or by agent, or attorney and         THOMAS F. NOLAN
      CHANCERY DIVISION                   on the official Tax Map of the            missions and costs of sale.                   Take Notice that in accordance        ed, I shall expose for sale at public     250, Sheet Number 12.                     OUGH OF SPRING LAKE                      present any objection which you may          Municipal Clerk
        Docket No. F-761204               Township of Marlboro                          The Sheriff hereby reserves the       with N.J.S.A. 39:4-56.6, application      vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East            Nearest Cross Street: N/A             HEIGHTS, COUNTY OF MON-                  have to the granting of this appeal.         ($7.00) (20) (08-11)
       Sheriff’s File #05003223               Dimensions of Lot:                    right to adjourn this sale without fur-   has been made to the Chief                Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders          TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:               MOUTH, STATE OF NEW JER-                     The application and supporting           The Coast Star
    Washington Mutual Bank, FA,               119.62ft. x 50ft. x 224.42ft. x       ther notice by publication.               Administrator NJ MVC, Trenton, NJ         Meeting Room), in the Borough of          20% of the bid amount at the time of      SEY (1987)”                              documents are on file in the office of
successor by merger to Bank United,       3.93ft. x 161.09ft. x 131.24ft.               JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff              to receive title papers authorizing the   Freehold, County of Monmouth,             sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or                  NOTICE                      the Zoning Board of the Borough of       _____________________________
Plaintiff vs:                                 Nearest Cross Street:                     Powers & Kirn, Attorneys              sale for a 1997 Subaru Leg., vin#         New Jersey, on Monday, the 29th day       certified check only.                        The above Ordinance was intro-        Belmar in the Municipal Building             BOROUGH OF SEA GIRT
    Louis J. Maldero and Donna M.             Gordons Corner Road                       Sarah E. Powers, Esq.,                4S3BG6858V7601954 and a 2000              of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.            The approximate amount of the         duced and passed on first reading at a   and are available for inspection                PLANNING BOARD
Maldero, wife, Defendants                     Subject to any unpaid taxes,              for the firm                          Ford              Van             vin#    prevailing time.                          judgment, Commission and costs to         regular meeting of the Mayor and         between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and                    NOTICE
    By virtue of a writ of execution in   municipal liens or other charges, and         (856) 802-1000                        1FTNS2426YHB21958. Objections,                The property to be sold is located    be satisfied by sale is the sum of        Council of the Borough of Spring         4:30 p.m.                                   Planning Board meeting to be
the above stated action to me direct-     any such taxes, charges, liens, insur-        Attorney Ref.: 2004-0355              if any should be made immediately to      in the Borough of Spring Lake             $317,335.43. The successful bidder        Lake Heights on July 25, 2005 and            This notice is sent to you by the    held on 08/17/05, Wednesday at 7:30
ed, I shall expose for sale at public     ance premiums or other advances               (7/28, 8/4, 8/11, 8/18)               the Chief Administrator of the NJ         Heights, in the County of Monmouth,       will be responsible for all fees, com-    was finally adopted on August 8,         applicant, by order of the Zoning        P.M. at the Sea Girt School, Bell
vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East        made by plaintiff prior to this sale.         ($88.20) (63)                         MVC, Special Services, P.O.B. 017,        State of New Jersey.                      missions and costs of sale.               2005.                                    Board.                                   Place, Sea Girt, New Jersey 08750.
Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders          All interested parties are to con-        The Coast Star                        Trenton, NJ 08666-0017.                       Commonly known as:                        The Sheriff hereby reserves the          ELISE McCANN                              WILLIAM J. SHIPERS, ESQ.                DARLENE DiLEO
Meeting Room), in the Borough of          duct and rely upon their own inde-         _____________________________                ($10.50) (15) (08-04, 08-11)              2401 Woodland Avenue,                 right to adjourn this sale without fur-      Acting Borough Clerk                      Attorney for Applicant                  Planning Board Secretary
Freehold, County of Monmouth,             pendent investigation to ascertain                JOSEPH W. OXLEY                       The Coast Star                            Spring Lake Heights, NJ 07762.        ther notice by publication.                  ($9.80) (28) (08-11)                      ALISON GERARD                           ($3.50) (10) (08-11)
New Jersey, on Monday, the 15th day       whether or not any outstanding inter-           MONMOUTH COUNTY                      _____________________________                Tax Lot No. 8 in Block No. 47.            JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                 The Coast Star                            ($14.00) (40) (08-11)                   The Coast Star
of August, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.        est remain of record and/or have pri-                    SHERIFF                            JOSEPH W. OXLEY                       Dimensions of Lot:                        George Cretella, Esq., Attorney       _____________________________                The Coast Star
                                                                                                                                                        THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                                                                                                                                                                    PAGE 47

 — REAL ESTATE —                                         Buyer: Thomas J. Fletcher                                 Buyer: Sean Brady                                     Seller: Three Thousand Six                             Buyer: John M. Roche Dr.                                Seller: William Hough
                                                         Seller: Chris Wilcox                                      Seller: Joseph P. Bryne                               Adams LLC                                              Seller: Donald L. Robson                                                                                        Address: 1201 Bayberry Road
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Address: 1745 Old Mill Road                             Close date: 4/6/05 - $440,000
                                                         Address: 2593 Morningstar Road                            Address: 1527 Tanner Ave.                             Address: 3027 Allenwood                                Address: 1068 Dumont Terrace                            Close date: 2/7/05 - $371,000                           Buyer: Ruth Patricia Mooney
Close date: 4/14/05 - $270,000                           Close date: 4/11/05 - $615,000                            Close date: 3/30/05 - $515,000                        Lakewood Road                                          Close date: 3/9/05 - $325,000                           Buyer: Eileen Zalewski                                  Seller: Brian E. Timm
Buyer: Christopher S. Wilcox                             Buyer: Kenneth McBride                                    Buyer: Charles Peters                                 Close date: 3/23/05 - $515,000                         Buyer: Laura Bennett                                    Seller: William J. Sullivan
Seller: Kirsch Holding Company                           Seller: Leatrice J. Schwartz                              Seller: Peter V. Cappiello                            Buyer: Andrew N. Cirigliano                            Seller: Harold H. Bennett Jr.                                                                                   Address: 382 Deuce Drive
Inc.                                                                                                                                                                     Seller: Elsa Imelda Castro                                                                                     Address: 17221 I St.                                    Close date: 3/25/05 - $367,500
                                                         Address: 1310 Winding Brook                               Address: 1601 Doris St.                                                                                      Address: 159 Tennis Court                               Close date: 4/1/03 - $467,500                           Buyer: Karyn E. Hann
Address: 1114 Ivanhoe Path                               Way                                                       Close date: 3/28/05 - $484,000                        Address: 1795 Belmar Blvd.                             Close date: 3/8/05 - $325,000                           Buyer: Joseph P. Glen                                   Seller: Leonard R. Cuiffreda
Close date: 4/14/05 - $430,000                           Close date: 4/4/05 - $625,000                             Buyer: Peter J. Bruno                                 Close date: 3/22/05 - $337,500                         Buyer: James Scully                                     Seller: Galway Holdings LLC
Buyer: Curt S. Schwinn                                   Buyer: Ira A. Walker                                      Seller: Gerard Balsamo                                Buyer: Anthony Tomasello                               Seller: Jessica J. Cubberley                                                                                       [Editor’s note: The following
Seller: John J. Gibbons                                  Seller: Thomas P. Kenney                                                                                        Seller: Andreas Roestenberg                                                                                    Address: 2425 Riverside Terrace                         listings were purchased from a real
                                                                                                                   Address: 1417 Valley Drive                                                                                   Address: 2632 Fox Lane                                  Close date: 5/2/05 - $2,200,000                         estate information services compa-
Address: 2235 Allenwood Road                             Address: 2569 Collier Road                                Close date: 3/25/05 - $389,900                        Address: 2570 Currier’s Place                          Close date: 3/7/05 - $400,000                           Buyer: Kevin Clarke                                     ny. If there are any errors, please
Close date: 4/12/05 - $670,000                           Close date: 4/3/05 - $530,000                             Buyer: Isabella Roberts                               Close date: 3/22/05 - $504,365                         Buyer: Richard P. Alexander                             Seller: Isaac H. Kearney III                            call 732-223-0076, ext. 27, and we
Buyer: Charles A. Carey                                  Buyer: Dorothy M. Arden                                   Seller: Daniel B. Scianimanico                        Buyer: Jean Mancini                                    Seller: Lucille Paglia                                                                                          will correct the error the following
Seller: Frank Guadadiello                                Seller: Michael A. Russo                                                                                        Seller: Elsie Cruz                                                                                             Address: 1311 Laurel Ave.                               week.]
                                                                                                                   Address: 3006 Adams St.                                                                                      Address: 1205 18th Ave.                                 Close date: 4/25/05 - $240,000
Address: 1805 Murray Drive                               Address: 1121 Curtis Ave.                                 Close date: 3/24/05 - $300,000                        Address: 1326 Laurel Ave.                              Close date: 2/12/05 - $267,900                          Buyer: Neil G. Verni
Close date: 4/11/05 - $1,400,000                         Close date: 3/30/05 - $200,000                            Buyer: Mary Goss                                      Close date: 3/18/05 - $360,000                         Buyer: Michael Friedman                                 Seller: Antoinette Sudowsky

 _____________________________              Meeting Room), in the Borough of                170 ft x 116 ft x 230 ft x 100 ft          Subject to: 3rd quarter 2005 taxes         TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                County Clerk’s Office in Deed Book         will then be sold to next high bidder.       also ask for any other variances or         application may be inspected by the
        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                     Freehold, County of Monmouth,                   (irregular lot).                       the amount to be determined due            20% of the bid amount at the time of       2240 on page 451, of which the with-           ($9.10) (26) (08-11)                     waivers deemed necessary by the             public from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                       New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day             Nearest Cross Street:                  8/1/05; sewer 6/1/05 $150.00 open &        sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or      in described tract is a part; said             The Coast Star                           Board.                                      office of the Secretary of the
               SHERIFF                      of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.           Kingston Terrace.                      penalty, $207.74 open & penalty            certified check only.                      beginning being distant 22-51/100          _____________________________                    The premises affected are known         Planning      Board     located    in
  NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                     prevailing time.                                Year 2004 Type: 3rd Party              owed in arrears.                               The approximate amount of the          feet measure along the said Southerly         NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY                    as Lot 4 in Block 88 on the Spring          Manasquan Borough Hall, 201 E.
                 SALE                           The property to be sold is located      Amount: $412.48.                               TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                judgment, Commission and costs to          outline on a course of North 63                The New Jersey Army National             Lake Heights Tax Map, and is locat-         Main Street, Manasquan, New
        SUPERIOR COURT                      in the Township of Howell, in the               Certificate Number: 05-40 Sold:        20% of the bid amount at the time of       be satisfied by sale is the sum of         degrees 39 minutes 00 seconds West         Guard has released for public review         ed at 2100 Old Mill Road, Spring            Jersey.
         OF NEW JERSEY                      County of Monmouth, State of New            04/14/2005 To: M. Mastello                 sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or      $200,363.84. The successful bidder         from the centerline of Tennant Road        a Revised Draft Integrated Natural           Lake Heights, New Jersey.                       ROBERT and CYNTHIA
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                       Jersey.                                         Total Amount to Redeem                 certified check only.                      will be responsible for all fees, com-     and the most southerly corner of said      Resources       Management         Plan          Any person or persons affected              DOOLITTLE
      CHANCERY DIVISION                         Commonly known as:                      07/28/2005 - $463.79.                          The approximate amount of the          missions and costs of sale.                70 degrees;                                (INRMP) for New Jersey National              by this application may have an                 Applicant
        Docket No. F-1633904                    15 Salem Hill Road.                         TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                judgment, Commission and costs to              The Sheriff hereby reserves the             1. North 63 degrees 39 minutes        Guard Training Center located at Sea         opportunity to be heard at the meet-            ($10.15) (29) (08-11)
       Sheriff’s File #05003670                 Tax Lot No. 5 in Block No.              20% of the bid amount at the time of       be satisfied by sale is the sum of         right to adjourn this sale without fur-    00 seconds west, along the said            Girt, New Jersey and a Revised Draft         ing to be held on August 25, 2005 at            The Coast Star
    Pointe O’Woods Town Home                    35.07.                                  sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or      $240,059.67. The successful bidder         ther notice by publication.                southerly outline as described in deed     Environmental Assessment for                 8:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building,        _____________________________
Association, Inc., Plaintiff vs:                Dimensions of Lot:                      certified check only.                      will be responsible for all fees, com-         JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff               book 2240 on page 451, 193-68/100          implementation of the INRMP.                 555 Brighton Avenue, Spring Lake                  TOWNSHIP OF WALL
    Barbara Pellino, Defendants                 100’ x 150’.                                The approximate amount of the          missions and costs of sale.                    Phelan, Hallinan & Schmieg,            feet to the westerly outline of said       Copies of the documents may be               Heights, N.J. 07762.                                PLANNING BOARD
    By virtue of a writ of execution in         Nearest Cross Street:                   judgment, Commission and costs to              The Sheriff hereby reserves the            Attorneys                              tract described in deed book 3444 on       viewed at: Sea Girt Library, Railroad            A copy of the application and                 NOTICE OF DECISION
the above stated action to me direct-           137’ from Stockton Way.                 be satisfied by sale is the sum of         right to adjourn this sale without fur-        Rosemarie Diamond, Esq.,               page 483; thence                           Station at the Plaza, Sea Girt, NJ or at     plans have been filed in the Office of          PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
ed, I shall expose for sale at public           Superior Interests: Twp. holds a        $449,586.97. The successful bidder         ther notice by publication.                    for the firm                                2. North 23 degrees 53 minutes         the Board Secretary and may be              on August 3, 2005, the Board of
vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East          claim for taxes due and/or other            will be responsible for all fees, com-         JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                   (856) 813-5500                         00 seconds east, along the same 180-       tions/index.html. Written public             inspected by the public between the         Adjustment of the Township of Wall,
Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders        municipal utilities such as water           missions and costs of sale.                    Hill & Wallack, Attorneys                  Attorney Ref. #CIF468                  22/100 feet to the most northerly cor-     comments will be accepted through            hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in         County of Monmouth, State of New
Meeting Room), in the Borough of            and/or sewer in the amount of                   The Sheriff hereby reserves the            Michelle M. Monte, Esq.,                   (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)                ner of the same; thence                    September 9, 2005 and should be for-         the office of the Secretary of the          Jersey, adopted a Resolution granting
Freehold, County of Monmouth,               $2631.13 as of 05/14/2004.                  right to adjourn this sale without fur-        for the firm                               ($120.20) (73)                              3. South 66 degrees 06 minutes        warded to: Mr. Dean Arrighi, Chief,          Board in the Municipal Building, 555        variances approval for property
New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day             TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                 ther notice by publication.                    (609) 924-0808                             The Coast Star                         40 seconds east, along the northerly       Office        of       Environmental         Brighton Avenue, Spring Lake                shown as BLOCK 744, LOT 6 on
of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.       20% of the bid amount at the time of            JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                   Attorney Ref.: #11484-3608/ley          _____________________________             outline as described in deed book          Compliance, ID-OEC, 101 Eggert               Heights, New Jersey.                        the Tax Map of the Township of
prevailing time.                            sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or           Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman,               (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)                        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                    3444 on page 4653, 276-95/100 feet         Crossing Rd., Lawrenceville, NJ                  PANDOLFE, SHAW &                        Wall. A copy of the Resolution has
    The property to be sold is located      certified check only.                           Attorneys                                  ($99.40) (71)                                MONMOUTH COUNTY                      to the aforesaid northwesterly line of     08648-2805. Questions may be                     RUBINO, LLC                             been filed in the Office of the
in the Township of Howell, in the               The approximate amount of the               Leonard B. Zucker, Esq.,                   The Coast Star                                        SHERIFF                     Tennent Road, thence                       directed to LTC Roberta Niedt,                   Attorneys for Applicant                 Secretary of the Planning Board,
County of Monmouth, State of New            judgment, Commission and costs to               for the firm                            _____________________________               NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                         4. South 52 degrees 25 minutes        Public Affairs Officer, New Jersey               ROSEANNE HUGHES                         Township of Wall, New Jersey and is
Jersey.                                     be satisfied by sale is the sum of              (908) 233-8500                                 JOSEPH W. OXLEY                                     SALE                      west along the said northwesterly          Army National Guard, (609) 530-                  ($16.80) (48) (08-11)                   available for inspection during regu-
    Commonly known as:                      $363,305.80. The successful bidder              Attorney Ref.: #XCZ-68302/hf                 MONMOUTH COUNTY                              SUPERIOR COURT                     side line of Morganville Turnpike a        6939.                                            The Coast Star                          lar business hours.
    220 Ashwood Court,                      will be responsible for all fees, com-          (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)                               SHERIFF                              OF NEW JERSEY                     distance of 187.82 feet to the point           ($9.10) (26) (08-11)                     _____________________________                   MARK R. AIKINS, L.L.C.
    Howell, NJ.                             missions and costs of sale.                     ($92.40) (66)                            NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                          MONMOUTH COUNTY                      and place of beginning.                        The Coast Star                             BOROUGH OF MANASQUAN                          Attorney for Applicants
    Tax Lot No. 140.36 in Block No.             The Sheriff hereby reserves the             The Coast Star                                          SALE                            CHANCERY DIVISION                         Nearest Cross Street:                 _____________________________                        PLANNING BOARD                          MILES and MARISSA COOK
    138.                                    right to adjourn this sale without fur-                                                        SUPERIOR COURT                             Docket No. F-102005                     Morganville Turnpike.                     BOROUGH OF SEA GIRT                                    NOTICE                            ($7.35) (21) (08-11)
    Dimensions of Lot: N/A                  ther notice by publication.                  _____________________________                      OF NEW JERSEY                            Sheriff’s File #05003658                 TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                    BOARD OF EDUCATION                          Notice is hereby given that the             The Coast Star
    Nearest Cross Street: N/A                   JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                          MONMOUTH COUNTY                          Deutsche Bank National Trust           20% of the bid amount at the time of                PUBLIC NOTICE                       Manasquan Planning Board, at their          _____________________________
    TERMS OF SALE: DEPOSIT:                     Powers, Kirn, Attorneys                      MONMOUTH COUNTY                             CHANCERY DIVISION                    Company, as indenture trustee for          sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or          The Sea Girt Board of Education          June 14, 2005 regular meeting,                    TOWNSHIP OF WALL
20% of the bid amount at the time of            Sarah E. Powers, Esq.,                                SHERIFF                              Docket No. F-1662104               New Century Home Equity Loan               certified check only.                      will accept bid proposals on August          memorialized Resolution 36-2005                 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
sale. Balance due in 30 days. Cash or           for the firm                              NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                           Sheriff’s File #05001542            Trust 2004-3, Plaintiff vs:                     The approximate amount of the         25, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. in the Board          granting applicant, James and                     NOTICE OF HEARING
certified check only.                           (856) 802-1000                                           SALE                          Citifinancial Mortgage Company,            Jose Vega, et al, Defendants           judgment, Commission and costs to          of Education Office at the Sea Girt          Colleen Badecker approval for two               To Whom It May Concern:
    The approximate amount of the               Attorney Ref.: #2003-0898                       SUPERIOR COURT                     Inc., Plaintiff vs:                            By virtue of a writ of execution in    be satisfied by sale is the sum of         Elementary School, 451 Bell Place,           story addition and variances with               PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
judgment, Commission and costs to               (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)                          OF NEW JERSEY                         Stephen Pollard, et al, Defendants     the above stated action to me direct-      $456,657.49. The successful bidder         Sea Girt, NJ, 08750 for the sale of a        respect to property located at 30           Marie P. Kerrigan, the undersigned,
be satisfied by sale is the sum of              ($88.20) (63)                                MONMOUTH COUNTY                           By virtue of a writ of execution in    ed, I shall expose for sale at public      will be responsible for all fees, com-     1988 John Deere Tractor Model #316           Beams Terrace also known as Block           has appealed to the Board of
$5,081.15. The successful bidder will           The Coast Star                                CHANCERY DIVISION                    the above stated action to me direct-      vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East         missions and costs of sale.                at a minimum bid of $1,000.                  35, Lot 33 as shown on the Tax Map          Adjustment of the Township of Wall
be responsible for all fees, commis-         _____________________________                      Docket No. F-827104                ed, I shall expose for sale at public      Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders            The Sheriff hereby reserves the           Bids are to be placed in a sealed        of the Borough of Manasquan, New            for Variance approval.
sions and costs of sale.                             JOSEPH W. OXLEY                          Sheriff’s File #05003535             vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East         Meeting Room), in the Borough of           right to adjourn this sale without fur-    envelope marked “Bid August 25,              Jersey.                                         The applicant does hereby pro-
    The Sheriff hereby reserves the               MONMOUTH COUNTY                           Chase Home Finance LLC, suc-           Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders       Freehold, County of Monmouth,              ther notice by publication.                2005”. Please provide your name,                 All documents relating to this          pose to: I am proposing to enlarge
right to adjourn this sale without fur-                    SHERIFF                      cessor by merger to Chase Manhattan        Meeting Room), in the Borough of           New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day             JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff              address, phone number and bid                application may be inspected by the         my existing front porch from 4’6”
ther notice by publication.                   NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                     Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff vs:        Freehold, County of Monmouth,              of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.           George Cretella, Esq., Attorney       amount. Viewing of the tractor will          public from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the       X 4’0” to 23’0” long x 6’0” width x
    JOSEPH W. OXLEY, Sheriff                                 SALE                           Mark G. Blaire, et als,                New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day        prevailing time.                                (732) 290-7600                        be on August 18, 2005 from 9:00              office of the Secretary of the              7’0” high with a roof. A Variance is
    McGovern Legal Services,                         SUPERIOR COURT                     Defendants                                 of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.          The property to be sold is located          Attorney Ref.: #NC-122                a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Sea Girt           Planning     Board      located     in      being sought for a frontyard set-
    Attorneys                                         OF NEW JERSEY                         By virtue of a writ of execution in    prevailing time.                           in the Township of Marlboro, in the             (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)               Elementary School. Purchaser will            Manasquan Borough Hall, 201 E.              back 140-189 where a 3’0” is
    Dalya Youssef, Esq.,                          MONMOUTH COUNTY                       the above stated action to me direct-          The property to be sold is located     County of Monmouth, State of New                ($151.20) (108)                       be required to make payment to the           Main Street, Manasquan, New                 allowed and 6’0” is being pro-
    for the firm                                  CHANCERY DIVISION                     ed, I shall expose for sale at public      in the Township of Wall, in the            Jersey.                                         The Coast Star                        Sea Girt Board of Education in the           Jersey.                                     posed.
    (732) 246-1221                                   Docket No. F-476605                vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East         County of Monmouth, State of New               Commonly known as:                     _____________________________              form of cash or certified check only.            JAMES and COLLEEN                           ON PREMISES LOCATED AT:
    (8/11, 8/18, 8/25, 9/1)                        Sheriff’s File #05003537             Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders       Jersey.                                        238 Tennent Rd.,                                    ABERDEEN                          EILEEN F. ERTLE                              BADECKER                                1115 New York Ave.
    ($78.40) (56)                               Mortgage Electronic Registration        Meeting Room), in the Borough of               Commonly known as:                         Marlboro, New Jersey.                      MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ                        School Business Administrator                Applicant                                   Also known as Block 299 Lot 12
    The Coast Star                          Systems, Inc., Plaintiff vs:                Freehold, County of Monmouth,                  1151 Hilltop Drive,                        Tax Lot No. 52 in Block No. 172.                PUBLIC AUCTION                        ($8.75) (25) (08-11)                         ($9.10) (26) (08-11)                    on Tax Map.
 _____________________________                  Jill Etkin, Defendants                  New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day            Belmar, NJ 07719.                          Dimensions of Lot:                          TAKE NOTICE, that the under-              The Coast Star                               The Coast Star                              Any person or persons affected
        JOSEPH W. OXLEY                         By virtue of a writ of execution in     of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.          Tax Lot No. 14 in Block No. 56,            Beginning at an iron pin set in the    signed Public Agency Aberdeen              _____________________________                _____________________________               by this application may have an
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                       the above stated action to me direct-       prevailing time.                               on the official Tax Map of the         northwesterly side line of Tennant         Police Department shall expose for                    BOROUGH OF                          BOROUGH OF MANASQUAN                      opportunity to be heard at the meet-
               SHERIFF                      ed, I shall expose for sale at public           All that certain land and premises         Township of Wall.                      Rd.       (Formerly       Morganville      sale at 10:00 AM on August 19th,               SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                              PLANNING BOARD                      ing held Wednesday evening, the 7th
  NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                     vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East          situated in the Township of                    Dimensions of Lot:                     Turnpike) 41.25 feet wide and at the       2005, at Bayshore Auto Service,81              BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT                                    NOTICE                        day of September, 2005 in the
                 SALE                       Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders        Marlboro, County of Monmouth,                  50 ft x 100 ft x 50 ft x 100 ft.       beginning point of a tract of land as      Hwy. 35, Keyport NJ a 1997 Jeep                     LEGAL NOTICE                            Notice is hereby given that the         Municipal Meeting Room, 2700
        SUPERIOR COURT                      Meeting Room), in the Borough of            State of New Jersey, being more par-           Nearest Cross Street:                  described in Deed from Lyman               Grd             Chero,            vin#         IN THE MATTER OF                         Manasquan Planning Board, at their          Allaire Road, Wall Township, at 7:30
         OF NEW JERSEY                      Freehold, County of Monmouth,               ticularly described as follows:                “M” Street.                            Morris and Thema Morris to                 1J4GZ78YXVC681176 having a lien                ROSEANNE HUGHES                          August 2, 2005 regular meeting,             P.M.
      MONMOUTH COUNTY                       New Jersey, on Tuesday, the 6th day             Commonly known as:                         Subject to any unpaid taxes,           Alexander Zillinski and Alice              for services in the amount of                  Variance Application                     memorialized Resolution #40-2005                A copy of the application has
      CHANCERY DIVISION                     of September, 2005 at 2 o'clock, P.M.           6 Elkins Road,                         municipal liens or other charges, and      Zillinski, dated November 24, 1985,        $6,100.30. This vehicle came into              Lot 4, Block 88                          granting applicant, Robert and              been filed in the Office of the Board
       Docket No. F-01348503                prevailing time.                                Marlboro, NJ 07746.                    any such taxes, charges, liens, insur-     and recorded in the Monmouth               possession of the Public Agency                Spring Lake Heights,                     Cynthia Doolittle approval for pre-         Secretary and may be inspected by
       Sheriff’s File #05003629                 The property to be sold is located          Tax Lot No. 3 in Block No. 242         ance premiums or other advances            County Clerk’s Office in Deed Book         through abandonment or failure of              New Jersey                               liminary and final site plan approval       the Public between the hours of 8:30
    Deutsche Bank National Trust            in the Township of Marlboro, in the             on the Tax Map of the Township         made by plaintiff prior to this sale.      3444, page 483, of which the within        the owner to claim same. The motor             PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the              with regards to construction of a new       A.M. and 4:00 P.M. at the Municipal
Company, as trustee, Plaintiff vs:          County of Monmouth, State of New                of Marlboro.                               All interested parties are to con-     described tract is a part; said begin-     vehicle may be seen 1 hr. prior to the     Applicant has applied to the Spring          2 1/2 story commercial building and         Building, 2700 Allaire Road, Wall,
    Elizabeth Braxton,        et    al,     Jersey.                                         Dimensions of Lot:                     duct and rely upon their own inde-         ning also being in the Southerly out-      sale time. All bids accepted will be       Lake Heights Borough Board of                for design waivers and variances with       New Jersey 07719.
Defendants                                      Commonly known as:                          42.70 ft x 265.31 ft x 142.79 ft x     pendent investigation to ascertain         line of a tract of land containing 70      over the lien amount owed for ser-         Adjustment for variances for lot cov-        respect to property located at 72               MARIE P. KERRIGAN
    By virtue of a writ of execution in         19 Georgian Bay Drive,                      211.52 ft.                             whether or not any outstanding inter-      acres, more or less, as described in a     vices. The vehicle will be sold in AS      erage where 24.8% is proposed and            Main Street also known as Block 35,             Applicant
the above stated action to me direct-           Township of Marlboro,                       Nearest Cross Street:                  est remain of record and/or have pri-      Deed from Frederic Brautigan, et al,       IS Condition. Terms 25% of bid             20% is allowed and lot area, where           Lot 12 as shown on the Tax Map of               ($14.00) (40) (08-11)
ed, I shall expose for sale at public           Morganville, NJ 07751.                      Taylor Road.                           ority over the lien being foreclosed       to Robert A. Mount, et al, to Robert       down at sale, balance in cash or cer-      4,895 square feet is proposed and            the Borough of Manasquan, New                   The Coast Star
vendue, at Hall of Records, 1 East              Tax Lot No. 21 in Block No. 255.            Pursuant to a municipal tax            and, if so the current amount due          A. Mount, et al, dated December 28,        tified funds within 5 days of sale or      7,500 square feet are required for the       Jersey.
Main Street (2nd Floor - Freeholders            Dimensions of Lot:                      search dated June 3, 2005,                 thereon.                                   1949, and recorded in the Monmouth         deposit will be forfeited and vehicle      subject property. The Applicant will             All documents relating to this

__________________________________________________________                          The Coast Star                                                            thirds of all members affirmatively concurring) as follows:                  interest at such rate or rates and be in such form as may be determined       Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey. Such
    TAMARACK SELF-STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING, INC.                                 __________________________________________________________                        SECTION 1                                                                by the chief finance officer. The chief finance officer shall determine all   statement shows that the gross debt of the Borough, as defined in the
                       TOWNSHIP OF NEPTUNE                                                                  WALL STORAGE                                          The improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance has       matters in connection with notes issued pursuant to the ordinance, and        Local Bond Law, is increased by the authorization of the bonds and
                                   NOTICE                                                           NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION                                  heretofore been authorized to be undertaken by the Borough of Brielle,       the chief finance officer’s signature upon the notes shall be conclusive      notes provided in this bond ordinance by $280,250 and the obligations
    Please take notice that on September 8, 2005 at 2:00 p.m., a private            To satisfy its lein(s), Wall Storage of New Jersey, L.L.C. located at     New Jersey (the Borough) as a general improvement. For the improve-          evidence as to all such determinations. All notes issued hereunder may        authorized herein will be within all debt limitations prescribed by that
sale will be held at the office of Tamarack Self-Storage and Warehousing,       2608 Atlantic Ave., Manasquan, New Jersey, will sell at Public Auction        ment of purposes described in Section 3, there is hereby appropriated the    be renewed from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver them    law.
Inc., 3403 Hwy. #33, Neptune, NJ of property belonging to:                      on August 30, 2005 at 12:00 p.m. all the personal property stored in its      amount of $295,000 such sum including the sum of $14,750 as the down         to the purchaser(s) thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase               (D) An aggregate amount not exceeding $25,000 items of expense
    Unit #182                 Frances Boggess                                   facility by:                                                                  payment required by the Local Bond Law of the State of New Jersey,           price. The chief finance officer is directed to report, in writing, to the    listed in and permitted under Section 20 of the Local Bond Law is
    Unit #511                 Richard Bryk                                          Name:                    Unit#:        Description:                       constituting Chapter 2 of the Title 40A, municipalities and counties, of     governing body at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale          included in the estimated cost indicated herein for the purpose or
    Unit #367                 Gloria Douglas/Michelle Lewis                         Jacqueline Davis         Unit #948 Leather couch, dresser &               the Revised Statutes of New Jersey (the Local Bond Law).The down             or delivery of the notes, pursuant to the ordinance, is made. Such report     improvement.
    Unit #238                 Gary Marion/Fidelity Dental Labs                                                             headboard                          payment is now available by virtue of provision of down payment or for       must include the amount, the description, the interest rate and the matu-         SECTION 7
    Unit #377                 Gary Marion/Fidelity Dental Labs                      Denise Gies              Unit #641 Fragrances, 30+ boxes,                 capital improvement purposes in one or more previously adopted bud-          rity schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the           The full faith and credit of the Borough of Brielle is hereby pledged
    Unit #492                 Carol Morgan                                                                                 books, helmet                      gets.                                                                        purchaser.                                                                    to the punctual payment of the principal and interest on the obligations
    COOKIE PITCHFORD                                                                Contents of unit will be sold as a lot. Occupant of each unit may             SECTION 2                                                                    SECTION 5                                                                 authorized by this bond ordinance. The obligations shall be direct,
    Manager                                                                     redeem contents by paying all rents, fees and other charges in full prior         In order to finance additional cost of the improvement or purpose not        The capital budget of the Borough of Brielle is hereby amended to         unlimited obligations of the Borough and the Borough shall be obligat-
    ($21.00) (30) (08-04, 08-11)                                                to the sale. Owner reserves the right to bid at auction, refuse any or all    covered by down payment, negotiable bonds are hereby authorized to be        conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any incon-     ed to levy ad valorem taxes upon all taxable property within the Borough
    The Coast Star                                                              bids, set minimum bids, or cancel sale. Sale date and time may be extend-     issued in the principal amount of $280,250 pursuant to the Local Bond        sistency herewith.                                                            for the payment of the obligations and the interest thereon with limita-
__________________________________________________________                      ed without additional notice. Claim may be resolved by contacting:            Law. In anticipation of the issuance of bonds, negotiable bond anticipa-         SECTION 6                                                                 tion of rate and amount.
                            WALL STORAGE II                                     Manager (732) 223-3355.                                                       tion notes are hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to and within the         The following additional matters are hereby determined, declared,             SECTION 8
                    NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION                                        ($25.20) (36) (08-04, 08-11)                                              limitations prescribed by Local Bond Law.                                    recited and stated:                                                               This bond ordinance shall take effect 20 days after the first publica-
    To satisfy its lein(s), Wall Storage II of New Jersey located at 1651           The Coast Star                                                                SECTION 3                                                                    (A) The improvement or purpose described in Section 3 of the bond         tion thereof after final adoption, as provided by Local Bond Law.
Hwy. 34, Wall Township, New Jersey, will sell at Public Auction on              __________________________________________________________                        (A) The improvement(s) authorized and the purposes for the financ-       ordinance is not a current expense. It is an improvement or purpose that                                  PUBLIC NOTICE
August 30, 2005 at 1:00 PM, all the personal property stored in its facil-                              BOROUGH OF BRIELLE                                    ing of which obligations are to be issued are as follows:                    the Borough may lawfully undertake as a general improvement, and no               Notice is hereby given that the foregoing Bond Ordinance was intro-
ity by:                                                                                                 BOND ORDINANCE NO.                                        1. Construction of a salt dome                      $135,000             part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on prop-     duced and passed on first reading by the Mayor & Council of the
    Name:                     Unit#:        Description:                        BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF                                      2. Drainage improvements Riverview Drive            $160,000             erty specially benefited thereby.                                             Borough of Brielle on August 8th, 2005, and will be considered for final
    Mary E. Kohler            1418          Mattress & Box Spring Totes,        $295,000 FOR MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENTS FOR AND                                   Total of the above                                  $295,000                 (B) The period of usefulness of the improvement or purpose within         passage and adoption at a meeting of the Mayor & Council to be held on
                                            Bags                                BY THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE, IN THE COUNTY OF MON-                                  B) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued           the limitations of the Local Bond Law, according to the reasonable life       August 22nd, 2005, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can
    Contents of unit will be sold as a lot. Occupant of each unit may           MOUTH, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AND AUTHORIZING THE                               for the improvement purpose is $280,250                                      thereof computed from the date of the bonds authorized by this bond           be reached, at Brielle Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New
redeem contents by paying all rents, fees and other charges in full prior       ISSUANCE OF $280,250 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH                                C) The estimated cost of the improvement or purpose is $295,000          ordinance is ten (10) years.                                                  Jersey, at which time and place all interested parties shall be heard.
to the sale. Owner reserves the right to bid at auction, refuse any or all      OF BRIELLE FOR FINANCING PART OF THE APPROPRIA-                                   SECTION 4                                                                    (C) The supplemental debt statement required by the Local Bond                THOMAS F. NOLAN
bids, set minimum bids, or cancel sale. Sale date and time may be extend-       TION.                                                                             All bond anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such        Law has been duly prepared and filed in the office of the Borough Clerk           Municipal Clerk
ed without additional notice. Claim may be resolved by contacting:                  BE IT ORDAINED, by the governing body of the Borough of Brielle,          time as may be determined by the chief finance officer, provided that no     and a complete executed duplicate thereof has been filed in the office of         ($75.60) (216) (08-11)
Manager (732) 751-1211.                                                         in the County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey (not less than two-            note shall mature later than one year from its date. The notes shall bear    the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the                  The Coast Star
    ($22.40) (32) (08-04, 08-11)

___________________________________________________________________________________________                                             ended December 31, 2004 and 2003 as required by N.J.S.A.40A:5A-16.                                                                        Synopsis of audit report of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District No. 1, Borough of Manasquan for
                                        BOROUGH OF AVON-BY-THE-SEA                                                                                                                STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS                                                                     the years ended December 31, 2004 and 2003 as required by N.J.S.A.40A:5A-16.
                                                  TAX SALE NOTICE                                                                                                                                                 2004                     2003                                                                         STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS
       NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND                                                                 Assets                                                                                                                                                                                                     2004                          2003
              OTHER MUNICIPAL LIENS DUE TO THE BOROUGH OF AVON-BY-THE-SEA                                                                    Cash                                                            $290,074.00             $243,511.00                                  Assets
    PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that I, Kerry McGrath, Collector of Taxes in and for the Borough of Avon-                                  Accounts receivable and prepaid expenses                            3,334.00              13,938.00                                   Cash                                                            $362,529.00                  $286,316.00
by-the-Sea, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey, will sell on Tuesday, August 23, 2005 at public auction at                              Fixed asset, net                                                  108,681.00             135,491.00                                   Accounts receivable                                                   657.00                       285.00
the Municipal Office, 301 Main St., Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ, 10:00 am prevailing time or at such later time and place                                                                                            $402,089.00             $392,940.00                                   Fixed asset, net                                                 328,326.00                    350,888.00
that sale may then be adjourned, all of the several lots and parcels of land assessed to the respective person whose                        Liabilities and Net Assets                                                                                                                                                                             $691,512.00                     58,572.00
names are set opposite each respective parcel as the owner thereof for the total amount of municipal liens charge-                          Liabilities:                                                                                                                          Liabilities and Net Assets
able against said lands respectively, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 54:5-1 et seq. as computed the 23rd day of August,                         Accounts payable & accrued expenses                                25,562.00              38,886.00                                  Liabilities:
2005.                                                                                                                                       Net Assets:                                                                                                                            Accounts payable & accrued expenses                                80,063.00                    58,572
    Take further notice that the hereinafter described lands will be sold for the amount of the municipal liens charge-                      Invested in capital assets net of related debt                    108,681.00             135,491.00                                  Net Assets:
able against each parcel of said land assessed as one parcel, together with interest and costs to the date of sale. Said                     Restricted capital projects                                       129,186.00              93,186.00                                   Invested in capital assets net of related debt                   328,326.00                    350,888.00
lands will be sold at the lowest rate of interest bid, not to exceed 18%. Payment for said parcels shall be made prior                       Unrestricted                                                      138,660.00             125,377.00                                   Restricted capital projects                                        66,000.00                     2,573.00
to the conclusion of the sale in form of cash, certified check or money order, or parcels will be resold. Properties                           Total Net Assets                                                376,527.00             354,054.00                                   Unrestricted                                                     217,123.00                    225,456.00
for which there are no other purchasers shall be struck off and sold to the Borough of Avon-by-the-Sea at an inter-                                                                                          $402,089.00             $392,940.00                                     Total Net Assets                                               611,449.00                    578,917.00
est rate of 18%.                                                                                                                                                                        Statement of Activities                                                                                                                                    $691,512.00                  $637,489.00
    Industrial Properties may be subject to the Spill Compensation and Control Act (N.J.S.A. 58:10-23.11 et seq.),                                                       For the Years Ended December 31, 2004 and 2003                                                                                                      Statement of Activities
the Water Pollution Control Act (N.J.S.A. 58:10A-1 et seq.) and the Industrial Site Recovery Act (N.J.S.A. 13:1K-                           Revenues                                                                                                                                                           For the Years Ended December 31, 2004 and 2003
6 et seq.) In addition, the municipality is precluded from issuing a tax sale certificate to any prospective purchaser                       Interest income                                                 $ 2,067.00                 2,242.00                                  Revenues
who is or may be in any way connected to the prior owner or operator of the site.                                                            Amount raised by taxation                                         189,000.00             179,650.00                                   Charges for services                                            $ 14,748.00                  $ 17,598.00
    IN THE EVENT THE OWNER IS ON ACTIVE DUTY WITH THE MILITARY, THE COLLECTOR                                                                Miscellaneous revenue                                               3,627.00               1,400.00                                   Interest income                                                     1,789.00                     1,350.00
SHOULD BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY.                                                                                                              New Jersey SFSA Grant                                               2,348.00               2,348.00                                   Amount raised by taxation                                        476,145.00                    466,347.00
    At any time before the sale I will accept payment of the amount due on any property with interest and costs.                               Total revenue                                                   197,042.00             185,640.00                                   Miscellaneous revenue                                               1,600.00                     4,721.00
Payments must be in the form of cash, certified check or money order.                                                                       Expenses                                                                                                                               New Jersey SFSA Grant                                               2,731.00                     2,731.00
    The lands to be sold and described in accordance with the last tax duplicate as follows:                                                 Materials and services                                            147,759.00             145,993.00                                     Total revenue                                                  497,013.00                    492,747.00
    Block and Lot             Assessed to:                               Location                    Total                                   Depreciation                                                       26,810.00              26,338.00                                  Expenses
    4.02/2.02,2.03            J.L.M. Realty Partners, LLC                707 Main Street             6,781.75 T                                Total expenses                                                  174,569.00             172,331.00                                   Personal service                                                   30,797.00                    30,147.00
    10/6                      Gasper, Edward                             605 Main Street               710.11 WS                            Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenses                   $ 22,473.00             $ 13,309.00                                    Material and services                                            344,868.00                    447,927.00
    21/8                      Pheiffer, John & Theresa                   19 Norwood Ave.            12,185.75 TWS                           The above synopsis was prepared from the report of the audit of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District                         Depreciation                                                       88,816.00                    86,320.00
    28/18                     Cook, Irene A.                             305 Fifth Ave.              1,814.42 TWS                       No. 1, Township of Wall, County of Monmouth for the years ended December 31, 2004 and 2003.                                                  Total expenses                                                 464,481.00                    564,394.00
    57/1                      Burton, William S.                         Island                          34.36 T                            This report of audit, submitted by Barry J. Osborn, Certified Public Accountant, is on file at the township                           Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenses                    $ 32,532.00                   $(71,647.00)
    KERRY McGRATH                                                                                                                       clerk’s office and may be inspected by any interested person.                                                                             The above synopsis was prepared from the report of the audit of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District
    Collector of Taxes                                                                                                                      NORMAN R. STELLING                                                                                                                No. 1, Borough of Manasquan, County of Monmouth for the years ended December 31, 2004 and 2003.
    ($147.00) (105) (07-28, 08-04, 08-11,08-18)                                                                                             Clerk of the Board                                                                                                                    This report of audit, submitted by Barry J. Osborn, Certified Public Accountant, is on file at the borough clerk’s
    The Coast Star                                                                                                                          ($44.10) (126) (08-11)                                                                                                            office and may be inspected by any interested person.
___________________________________________________________________________________________                                                 The Coast Star                                                                                                                        ROBERT H. GARDNER
                                               TOWNSHIP OF WALL                                                                         ___________________________________________________________________________________________                                               Clerk of the Board
                                       BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS                                                                                                                BOROUGH OF MANASQUAN                                                                            ($46.20) (132) (08-11)
                                               FIRE DISTRICT NO. 1                                                                                                            BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS                                                                         The Coast Star
                             SYNOPSIS OF AUDIT REPORT FOR PUBLICATION                                                                                                                  FIRE DISTRICT NO. 1
    Synopsis of audit report of the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall for the years                                                SYNOPSIS OF AUDIT REPORT FOR PUBLICATION
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                                                     Malanga earns
                                                     degree from U
                                                      of Delaware
                                                                                                             The Shore Palate
                                                       Jessica Lee Malanga, of                       Keeping cool when                                                  Make a refreshing fruit
                                                    Manasquan, recently graduated                       summer is hot                                                soup: Puree a cantaloupe or 3
                                                    from the University of Delaware,             Chill big wedges of water-                                          cups blueberries or six peach-
                                                    in Newark, Del.                           melon before going to the                                              es in blender or food proces-
                                                                                              beach. They will taste heaven-                                         sor with 1cup orange juice,
                                                                                              ly when you come home.                                                 1⁄2 cup plain yogurt and 1 tea-
                                                    Curran named                                 Scatter green salads with
                                                                                              flower petals: nasturtiums,
                                                                                                                                                                     spoon fresh lime juice. Blend
                                                                                                                                                                     to smooth. Chill. Serve gar-
                                                    to dean’s list at                         pansies and marigolds. Salad                                           nished with chopped garden
                                                                                              will look beautiful, colorful                                          mint.
                                                    U of Delaware                             and have an exotic flare.                                                 Invigorate the spirit and
                                                                                                 When making ice cubes,                                              enchant the taste buds with
                                                       Michael Finn Curran, of                place mint leaves in trays. Use                                        this simple dessert: half a
                                                                                                                                        JUDITH JONES
                                                    Manasquan, was recently named             for fanciful lemonade or iced                                          small, chilled, local summer
                                                    to the dean’s list at the University      tea.                                                                   melon filled with rich vanilla
                                                    of Delaware, Newark, Del.                                                    age to remove the gardening
                                                                                                 I always thought Mama                                               ice cream.
                                                       A full-time student must earn a                                           gloves. The soap saves time
                                                                                              made the best iced tea. If                                                A festive summer company
                                                    grade point average of 3.33 or bet-                                          trying to dig garden dirt out
                                                                                              memory serves me well, this                                            dessert is sorbet filled lemons
                                                    ter, on a 4.0 scale, to receive                                              from under nails.
                                                                                              is how she made it. Pour 8                                                Scoop out the insides of
                                                    dean’s list honors.                                                             Summertime means cucum-
                                                                                              cups cold water into a large                                           lemons and cut off thin slice
                                                                                                                                 ber sandwiches. Thin bread
                                                                                              saucepan. Add six to eight tea                                         from bottom so fruit stands
                                                                                                                                 slices, a dab of butter or goat
                                                     Bachman accepted                         bags and bring to a boil.
                                                                                              Cover to brew for 5 minutes.
                                                                                                                                 cheese, sliced Kirby cucum-
                                                                                                                                                                     evenly. Fill with favorite
                                                                                                                                                                     lemon ice or sorbet. Ciao
                                                                                                                                 bers and watercress with a few
                                                      to Congressional                        Strain and refrigerate. Add
                                                                                              fresh lemon and sugar if
                                                                                                                                 iced and salted spicy radishes
                                                                                                                                                                     Bella and Sharon’s are good
                                                                                                                                                                     store brand choices. There are
                                                                                                                                 on the side make for a cool
                                                    leadership program                        desired. Serve in a tall glass
                                                                                                                                 and tasty afternoon snack.
                                                                                                                                                                     also many local ice stands
                                                                                              filled with plenty of ice cubes.                                       around if you want really
                                                                                                                                    A good basic summer
                                                       Heather Bachman, the daughter             Go shelling. Look for shells                                        good and freshly made lemon
                                                                                                                                 dressing for meat, fish, poul-
                                                    of Frank and Patricia Bachman, of         big enough to hold things                                              ice, one is The Ice Hut on
                                                    Manasquan, was recently accept-                                              try, vegetables and salads is:
                                                                                              such as small salads or sauces,                                        Route 71 in Spring Lake
                                                    ed into the Washington Center                                                   1⁄2 cup excellent quality red
                                                                                              or use as containers for votive                                        Heights. Store dessert in
                                                    Congressional          Leadership                                            wine vinegar
                                                                                              candles, or fill with sand and                                         freezer. Serve garnished with
                                                                         Program in                                                 3 anchovies, mashed with
                                                                                              anchor flowers or herbs in the                                         lavender.
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                                                                         D.C.                                                       2 cloves finely minced gar-
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                                                                                              shells with a few drops of                                             lemonade.
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                                                                                                 Press parsley leaves or                                             solve to make simple syrup.
                                                                         she is a mem-                                              3⁄4 cup extra virgin olive oil
                                                                                              sprigs of thyme or tarragon                                            Add juice from six lemons,
                                                                         ber of the Pi                                              1⁄2 cup mashed summer
                                                                                              into butter pats for a whimsi-                                         and 6 cups cold water. Pour
                                                                         Sigma Alpha                                             fruit such as peach, plum or
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      Page       49       Thursday, August 11, 2005                                                                                                                          Parnell, Ross picked to take over as new coaches. Page 52

Pat’s Perspective
 Youth sports                              Sterns Trailer outlasts USA Financial
  aren’t all
about winning                                                                                                                                            Kenny, Giraldo, Walden lead
   Youth sports are supposed to be
fun for all involved — especially
at the younger levels.
                                                                                                                                                         team to JSBL Championship
   Sometimes parents/coaches                                                                                                                                                By Pat Martin                          just 11 points — to build a comfortable lead and hang
take the games more seriously                                                                                                                              BELMAR — Sterns Trailer has come a long way in on in the end when USA mounted a charge.
                      than      they                                                                                                                    the Jersey Shore Basketball League [JSBL] in one year.        “There were times when Blake Hamilton was taking
                      should and an                                                                                                                        Last season the team was 0-12 after 10 regular sea- his guys and there were times when I had to pick and
                      alleged inci-                                                                                                                     son games and two playoff games.                           chose my spots,” Giraldo said.
                      dent in Pa. in                                                                                                                       At the conclusion of the 2005 season Sterns is 11-3        USA got the score as close as 99-95 with 1:11 to
                      June is a per-                                                                                                                    and winners of the JSBL championship trophy.               play in the game, but clutch free-thrown shooting by
                      fect example                                                                                                                         “I’m just happy that we had a chance to jell and build Sterns put the game away.
                      of         the                                                                                                                    a nice chemistry,” Sterns E.G. Walden said. “We start-        “We might have let up for four or five minutes in the
                      appalling                                                                                                                         ed practicing about a month and a                                             fourth quarter but other than that I
                      behavior that                                                                                                                     half before the season and we lost a “We have a veteran think we played a pretty consistent
                      sometimes                                                                                                                         lot of scrimmages and we had a                                                game,” Giraldo said. “We knew we
                      results from                                                                                                                      tough time working together. We did- team. John Giraldo had to take it to them [at the end]
                      games that                                                                                                                        n’t know how to get each other open. is a professional and because [Thursday’s championship
                      are supposed                                                                                                                      But now we came together during the
                      to be all                                                                                                                         season and it just showed in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              was their third game in three
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Blake [Hamilton] is game]We knew that their legs had to
                      about having                                                                                                                      championship game that hard work going to go and play be tired. We were a little bit better
fun.                                                                                                                                                    and dedication pays off in the long
   A youth T-ball coach was                                                                                                                             run.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             so we had to
                                                                                                                                                                                                 professional ball in rested pushing it.” just keep pushing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      it and
ordered to stand trial for allegedly                                                                                                                       Sterns beat USA Financial 106-95        Europe. We knew “We had three tough games in three
promising to pay one of his play-                                                                                                                       at St. Rose High School on Thursday what we had to do nights to get to the championship
ers $25 to hurt a 9-year-old men-                                                                                                                       night in front of a standing room                                             game,” USA Financial head coach
tally disabled teammate before a                                                                                                                        crowd to earn the 2005 champi-            to get it done. ... “ Dave Angstadt said. “We were a little
playoff game.                                                                                                                                           onship.                                                                       tired at the end. [Sterns] played great
   Any normal person would ask,                                                                                                                            The team was led by the clutch                                             and they deserved to win this game.”
‘why would a coach want one of                                                                                                                          shooting from Chris Kenny [9 of 15             — Sterns Trailers’ The game started with USA holding
his players to be hurt?’                                                                                                                                for 27 points], John Giraldo [8 of 13              Chris Kenny on a slight advantage.
   The answer is he wanted to win                                                                                                                       for 23 points], and Walden [7 of 16
so badly that he didn’t want the                                                                                                                        for 19 points].
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Schiffner [21 points] hit his sec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 winning the Jeff 3-pointer of the first quarter with
boy to play because it would hurt                                                                                                                          “We know who scores on this            JSBL Championship eight minutes to play to give USA a
his team’s chances — allegedly.                                                                                                                         team and today was the same kind of                                           6-4 lead in the early stages of the
   This is T-ball!                                                                                                                                      day we have had throughout the season,” Giraldo said. game, but then he went cold missing his next seven
   What kind of lunatic coach is                                                                                                                        “We know when the hot hand is hot you have to keep shots before finding his touch again in the third quarter.
so obsessed with winning an 8-9                                                                                                                         going to them. Chris Kenny was on fire for a little while     Tim Begley [24 points] gave USA a seven point with
year-old T-ball league that he                                                                                                                          we kept going to him. When E.G. Walden was in the a 3-pointer of his own with 5:20 to go in the first quar-
would pay a player to take out a                                                                                                                        game he was taking over.”                                  ter to make the score 18-11 USA.
teammate?                                                                                                                                                  Robert Cheeks [15 points] and Blake Hamilton [11           After a Begley layup with 3:23 to go in the first made
   Mark R. Downs Jr. is the                                                                                                                             points] also scored in double-digits for Sterns as they the score 23-14, Sterns called a timeout.
                                                                                                                        MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
coach/lunatic in question.                                                                                                                              used a balanced attack and strong defense — particu-
                                          USA Financial’s Jeff Schiffner [above, with ball] was defended very welll by Stern Trailer’s
   Eight-year-old Keith Reese tes-                                                                                                                      larly in the second quarter when they limited USA to
tified at a preliminary hearing that
                                        Robert Cheeks and the rest of his teammates in the JSBL Championship last Thursday.                                                                                                        See JSBL, page 57
Downs made the offer before a
June 27 playoff game according

                                       Regions a rough trip for Wall juniors
to The Associated Press.
   Reese’s first toss hit mentally
disabled teammate Harry Bowers
in the groin area. As Reese
walked away, he said his coach
told him to go out and hit Bowers                 By Dan Pennucci                  one we faced, we were always facing           The following day, they fell to               optimistic,” Hart said. “Vermont has the
harder. He did, and this time he hit      Syracuse has been familiar territory     their number-one pitcher,” Wall manag-     Connecticut 4-0 in a game that could             same record as us. The girls are ready
him in the head.                       for many members of the Wall Little         er Bob Hart said.                          have gotten them back into contention            to play, pitchers are ready to go and
   That is a damaging message for      League junior softball team. Six of            The combined North and South Wall       for a spot in the knockout stage.                they want to come home with a win.
a coach to be sending to the young     them made the trek to upstate New York      squad got the tournament off to a great       “We needed a timely hit and we had               “[There are] only so many teams that
players on his team.                   last year.                                  start with a 7-2 victory over Delaware.    some runners on, we just couldn’t get            make it to regionals twice,” Hart added.
   Here is a mentally disabled kid        Syracuse is the home of East             In that win, the pitching triumvirate of   them across,” Hart said.                            Regardless of the outcome of their
who is just trying to make friends     Regional Tournament for the juniors         Jackie Godek, Caitlin Hart and Kelsey         On Tuesday, New York topped the               games on the field, Wall again won the
and have fun in a summer T-ball        and the locals headed up there after        Higgins combined to throw a two-hit-       locals 10-7, officially putting an end to        praise of opposing coaches and the
league. Now he has to go through       claiming their second straight state        ter.                                       their chances of making the knockout             tournament officials.
something like this.                   championship, this time in extremely           Bob Hart said they got a good           stage.                                              “All of the other coaches were com-
   At the very least the poor kid      dramatic fashion in front of a packed       amount of offense in the win from slug-       Hart added that their bats just went a        plimentary of how the girls carried
will probably never want to play       house at North Wall last Tuesday.           ger Cara Vitale and leadoff hitter         little quiet when they needed a hit to           themselves,” Hart said. “[That] says a
T-ball again. Who knows, maybe            However, the Wall girls came back        Madelynn Maurer.                           take them over the top.                          lot about our team and about the girls.”
Downs’ alleged actions will have       down to Earth this past weekend, post-         Unfortunately, that was one the few        He felt the only team they were over-            They will finish up the East regional
a more lasting effect. Maybe he        ing a 1-3 record through their first four   bright spots this tournament, as they      matched by was Pennsylvania and that             tournament either 2-3 or 1-4, but
just ruined Bowers’ chances of         games of pool play.                         proceeded to drop their next three con-    was simply because of their standout             despite not making it past pool play, it
ever enjoying sports.                     They faced Vermont yesterday at          tests.                                     pitcher.                                         was a step up from last year when they
   What does this incident also        2:30 in their final game before heading        Pennsylvania, whom Hart said               With a chance to walk away with               finished 0-5 in Syracuse.
say about the character of Reese?      home.                                       should win the region and make some        some more pride, Hart said the team
He was just doing what his coach          “After coming here last year and         noise at the World Series, was the only    was very much looking forward to the                                                                                MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
asked him, but it was wrong. He        coming back, we had some high expec-        team to soundly defeat Wall, handing       contest with Vermont yesterday.                                                                     Pitcher Caitlin Hart and the Wall
should have known better than to       tations. We had a tough draw and every-     them a 12-0 loss in their second game.        “We go into every game upbeat and                      See WALL, page 59                       juniors did not advance in regionals.
intentionally throw the ball at a
   I guess it’s up to his parents to
punish him accordingly, as for
Downs, he faces more serious
   Downs, 27, will be charged on
                                        And they’re off ... Sea Girt 5K a success on Sunday
two counts of criminal solicitation
to commit aggravated assault and
one count each of corruption of
minors, criminal conspiracy and
recklessly endangering another
   Those are some pretty serious
charges and hopefully the guy
will get some serious jail time.
   To take a positive out of this
incident sounds like a stretch but
here goes.
   Downs’ actions can be a lesson
to youth coaches all around the
country on what not to do.
   This level of competition does
not belong in youth sports. Kids
should be taught good sportsman-
ship, the fundamentals of the
game, and how to have fun with
   Youth sports coaches will be
remembered much longer for
teaching kids how to play the
right way than they will for win-
ning a championship.
   The ‘win-at-all-costs’ attitude
must be taken completely out of
youth sports.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                           Between 800 and 900 runners start the Sea Girt 5K road race on Sunday. The race raised an estimated $10,000 for the Sea Girt recreation department while providing a fun outlet to area ath-
                                        letes. See story on page 54 and results on page 55.
  See COLUMN, page 60

                                                                                FISHING TIPS
                                                  Both blue fishing and fluke                                              new culvert flume will discharge
                                               fishing remained excellent in the                                           on the north side of the existing
                                               past week with limit catches                                                jetty and will improve the her-
                                               coming with blues on the west                                               ring migration. The reconstruc-
                                               side of the Mud Hole and fluke                                              tion of the existing jetty will
                                               limits taken north up around the                                            begin simultaneously with the
                                               Sandy Hook and Ambrose chan-                                                reconstruction of the flume. The
                                               nels as well as south of the inlet                                          jetty will permit access for the
                                               off of Seaside in 50-60 feet of                                             public and the fishing communi-
                                               water. Again this season we are                                             ty atop the flume.
                                               not experiencing any summer                                                    The men's auxiliary of VFW
                                               doldrums in the blue fishing as a                               By          Post 4715, Point Pleasant
                                               mid summer spawn would nor-                                     Jim         Beach, will, once again, be host-
                                               mally make them hard to find.                                               ing their 3rd Annual Fall Family
                                               For fluke besides the good ocean
                                                                                                              Freda        Flukin' Frenzy Tournament. The
                                               fluke fishing it has also                                                   tournament will take place
                                               improved in the Shark River            have tried to enter the flume        Saturday Aug, 27 at VFW Post
                                               with larger fish now being             have been sitting ducks for          4715 with a pig roast picnic to
                                               caught. In the Manasquan River         gulls, gannets and other predato-    follow the final weigh-in at 4:30
                                               better catches have also been          ry birds.                            p.m. Prizes will be awarded for
                                               made but there are still many             The good news is that last        1st, 2nd and 3rd place adults and
                                               shorts to pick through.                week      the     New       Jersey   children. The tournament is
                                                  The bluefin tuna action has         Department of Environmental          open to all ports; entry fee is
                                               also improved in the last week         Protection        Commissioner       $55, which includes the picnic
                                               as the north and south Barnegat        Bradley        M.       Campbell     for entrant and a guest, and a
                                               Ridge has seen the best action.        announced the DEP has selected       tournament t-shirt. Guest passes
                                               The typical Mud Hole spots             a contractor to begin restoration    for the picnic are $15 with kids
                                               have been spotty but more mahi         work on the Deal Lake flume.         under 10 free. There is a cap-
                                               have been showing there. These         He also announced that the DEP       tain's meeting on Friday at 7
                                               tunas have been responding to          will hold a public meeting to        p.m. at the VFW on St. Louis
                                               the chunk in the last week so          discuss restoration plans for the    Ave. in Point Pleasant Beach.
                                               trolling is no longer the only         flume.                               Entries will be accepted at the
                                               option.                                   “This project furthers Acting     Captain's meeting. Applications
                                                  It looks like finally after a lot   Governor Codey’s promises            are available at local tackle
                                               of hard work and persistence the       made in his ‘Coast 2005’             shops. For additional informa-
                                               efforts of Joe Pallotto, President     Initiative to safeguard our          tion call 732-899-0890 or 732-
                                               of the Asbury Park Fishing Club        shared coastal resources,”           899-8054 or email to: men-
                                               along with his club members,           Commissioner Campbell said.
                                               Congressman Frank Pallone, the         “By repairing the flume and             Announcements of Interest:
                                               American Littoral Society,             extending it to the waterline, we    Aug. 12, Manasquan Fishing
                                               Clean Ocean Action, the Shark          can improve water flow between       Club       monthly      meeting,
                                               River Surf Anglers, and the            the lake and the ocean and pro-      Women’s Club, 62 Main St,
                                               Spring Lake Live Liners that           tect the herring that depend on      Manasquan, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 12-
                                               work will begin on the Deal            this resource.”                      13, JCSA 2nd Annual Two Day
                                               Lake Flume this fall. The flume           “DEP’s announcement today         Fluke Tournament, entry fee
                                               which extends from Deal Lake           will ensure the flume extension      $100 per boat, call 609-443-
                                               out into the ocean at the 8th Ave      is completed in time for the her-    4067. Aug. 18-20 Forked River
                                               jetty in Asbury Park has been a        ring runs next spring,” said         Tuna Club & Silver Cloud
                                               major thoroughfare for the             Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr.       Marina,        48th      Annual
                                               annual migration of anadromous         “I’m glad that the extension plan    Invitational Fishing tournament,
                                               alewife and blueback herring           works for fishermen and surfers,     call 609-709-4896. Aug. 27, 3rd
                                               each spring. These herring are         and that we can look forward to      Annual Fall Family Flukin'
                                               indigenous to our coast and            healthy herring runs each year       Frenzy Tournament, hosted by
                                               serve as a major food source for       without needing to constantly        VFW Post 4715, Point Pleasant,
                                               striped bass, bluefish, weakfish,      dig out the flume.”                  call 732-899-0890. April 1-Nov
                                               tuna, and other species. These            DEP awarded the $6,725,000        30, Spring Lake Live Liners
                                               baitfish live out the majority of      reconstruction contract to Jay       Annual Striped Bass Surf
                                               their lives in the ocean but when      Cashman, Inc., of Quincy,            Fishing Derby, to enter $10 plus
                                               they mature return to freshwater       Massachusetts. Construction          $1 P/H, mail to SLLL, PO Box
                                               to spawn.                              should begin this September and      142, Spring Lake, 07762.
                                                  However, since the beach            last approximately six months.          Tip of the Week: The north
                                               replenishment project was com-         DEP reconstruction plans             side of the Barnegat Ridge as
                                               pleted, sand has been shoaling         include the removal of 220 feet      you approach 58 feet of water
                                               up at the entrance way to the          of the existing flume, construc-     has been holding bluefin and
                                               flume leaving only a trickle of        tion of 490 feet of culvert flume,   skipjack tuna this week. Send
                                               water. This has reduced the run        and excavation and reconstruc-       info, comments, or notable
                                               from literally tens of thousands       tion of approximately 600 feet       catches                        to:
                                               of herring each spring to hardly       of the existing stone jetty. The
                                               anything. Those few herring that

                                                           Wall Pop Warner getting a boost

                                                                                                                                 LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                                Lisa Doherty [left] of CruiseOne presented Wall Pop Warner president Dean Marabeti [mid-
                                              dle] and WPW Director of Public Relations Pete Miceli with a check for the group’s fund rais-
                                              ing efforts last week at the Wall Pop Warner Complex.
                                                                                                             THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005   PAGE 51

   Hamilton, Stull, Pien
 first-time WTS winners
   WALL TOWNSHIP — Chris                 Free and Accepted Masons known           winner Keith Mullineaux to win
Hamilton and Stephen Stull, both         for their childrens hospitals, were      his second WTS Trucks feature of
of Hamilton, plus Gary Pien, of          making their first WTS appear-           the year. The victory for the A.
South Amboy, won their first             ance in three years.                     Casola Farms Chevy Silverado
career Wall Township Speedway               Pien duplicated Hamilton's            No. 2 driver is a rebound from last
[WTS] features on Shriners Night         approach to garner his first Auto        week, when he led until tearing off
                      Saturday.          Value Towing Factory Stock fea-          his tailgate while lapping another
 WALL SPEEDWAY           Hamilton        ture.                                    and finishing fourth. The current
     NOTEBOOK         annexed his           The 1978 Chevy Malibu No. 38          points leader now has four truck
                      first   WTS        driver used his pole position to         feature victories to go with his
NASCAR Dodge Weekly Racing               lead all 20 laps and to repel Steve      earlier three Bandolero wins.
Series modified stock car feature        Weber and Tim Flanagan.                      Third generation driver Andrew
by winning his 10-lap heat and              Auto Value leader Felix               Bohn, of Freehold, made it seven
leading all 40 laps from the pole.       Ciattarelli and current points           Bandolero feature triumphs in as
The          Flying         Mueller      leader Rob Longo rounded out the         many run at WTS so far this sea-
Brothers/North Haledon Auto              top five of 12 finishers. Longo, a       son. The Eddie Bohn-prepared
Body Troyer-Chevrolet No. 2              five-time feature winner personal-       Reid's Sod Farm/County Line
pilot, however, had to hold off          ly congratulated Pien. Although          Auto Body 600 Racing-Briggs &
Steve Reed, Kevin Flockhart,             Pien has entered every factory           Stratton No. 54 had been driven to
Curtis Truex, Jr., and front row         stock feature held to date,              several victories by brother Daniel
mate Shaun Carrig to strike gold         Saturday was the third outing for        in the late WTS Karting Series last
after two years in WTS's headlin-        the No. 38.                              year. Danielle Ostrander, however,
ing division.                               “I have to thank Rob for getting      took second from John Gasko in
   Hamilton's victory contrasted         me here,” said Pien. “He said            Saturday's 15-lapper on the inner
with his ending up 14th with a           ‘Listen and follow me,’ and I did.       fifth-mile oval.
borrowed car in last week's fea-         I knew that Steve Weber was                  Wayne Weaver, of Vineland,
ture. Tom Farrell team driver            behind me but he raced me clean.”        and his 1970 AMC Gremlin-bod-
Jason Willett lent Hamilton his             Stull withstood pressure from         ied Weaver-Chevy No. 12 W took
No. 77 after the engine on the No.       Truex and defending divisional           the checkered flag in the Garden
2 failed during practice on July 20.     champion Frank Polimeda the last         State Vintage Stock Car Club
Indeed, Hamilton installed a             three laps to take his first career      demonstration.
Chevy V8 from one of his old late        Legends Cars feature. The Stull                           Notes
models to make Saturday's pro-           Racing Raceceiver 600 Racing-                There were 106 cars and trucks
gram.                                    Yamaha No. 88 driver found a             in WTS's paddocks but between
   “I have to thank my wife, fami-       way past brother Mike and polesi-        94 and 102 actually competed
ly, crew, for their support, and         iter Bruce Roslin on lap 16 to take      Saturday. The actual total depends
Tommy Farrell and Jason Willett          the 20-lap contest's point. Truex        if one wants to include the 12
for lending me their car last            and Polimeda meanwhile came              GSVSCC entries, none of who
week,” said Hamilton. “Jason             from their respective ninth and          took to the banked one-tird-mile
stepped aside since I'm in the hunt      11th staring spots to run nose to        oval for an intermission demon-
for the championship. I've gone up       tail behind S. Stull by .466 of a        stration. ... Frank Rosetti had his
through the ranks at Flemington,         second.                                  factory stock feature debut post-
Riverhead (N.Y.) and (St. John,             Stull, like Hamilton, is in his       poned when his No. 90 factory
Pa.'s) Evergreen Raceway.”               second year of racing in his divi-       stock needed a seat bracket during
   Reed's pressure during the last       sion. He started the night splitting     inspection. The Bloomfielder's
22 laps yielded him second place,        the eight-lap heats with Roslin and      tow rig had a problem and went
.187 of a second behind.                 Chris Wramage. M. Stull, who             home on someone else's hook. ...
Flockhart, who won the other heat        finished fourth, joined his brother      Polimeda's third place in the
and pursued Hamilton on laps 10          in victory celebrations. Roslin          Legends Cars feature is his first
and 11, finished third. Carrig           faded to 22nd, three laps arrears.       race performance since injuring
faded behind Farrell, Rich                  Ron Frees, of Brick, won his          his shoulder in a USAC midget
Mongeau and Scott Newell to              second street stock feature of the       race at Eldora Speedway in June.
place seventh of 12 finishers.           year but may have to thank first-        ... Modified man Del George, Jr.,
   Truex, who ran second to              time starter Ed McCarthy for it.         was back after a two-week
Hamilton on laps two-nine, was           Raymond Minieri got the initial          absence and Scott Newell was in
placed 15th overall among six            lead and withstood Frees' chal-          the No. 77 mod after handing it to
non-finishers. He was apparently         lenges early in the 25-lap contest.      Mike Carpenter last week. ... Karl
trying to retake second from                Minieri was about to lap              Schlectweg, who won a modifed
Flockhart when the pair touched          McCarthy on lap 10 when the pair         main on May 28, 1994 reappeared
wheels entering turn one on lap          sidewiped each other in turn four.       in the No. 0 truck. ... Ed
12. Truex headed into the first turn        By the time Minieri got back in       McCarthy, of Brielle, brought his
guardrail and was towed to the           shape, he found himself running          new No. 85 Monte Carlo street
pits with suspension damage.             fourth to Frees, Chris Jennings          stock to gain laps and experience.
   WTS Starter Floyd Goff put out        and Jason Duvall while McCarthy          ... This weekend marks the 36th
the caution flag for Truex's crash       got disqualified for ignoring an         anniversary of a rock concert held
and four other times for various         earlier black flag.                      at WTS. Although a capacity
spins and collisions. The yellow            Frees            and          his     crowd listened to headliner
bunting flew after a false start         Dependabilitees/Sal's           Dry      Jefferson Airplane, township con-
which took out Sam Riggleman             Cleaning Chevy Camaro No. 43             cerns on crowd behavior put the
and a lap 38 spin by the returning       kept ahead of track titlist Jennings     concert in doubt until a
Del George, Jr.                          by 1.104 seconds while Bill              Monmouth County Superior
   Hamilton and the other five           Vanderveen demoted Minieri to            Court Judge permitted the event to
divisional feature winners were          sixth.                                   proceed with some security
joined in victory lane by at least          Dominick Casola, of Holmdel,          restrictions.
one official from the Crescent           ousted        polesitter       Jesse
Shrine of Burlington Township.           McLaughlin on lap three and went
The local Shriners, an arm of the        on to hold off two-time feature

                            Wall Speedway Results
   ••• 40-lap modified feature •••       Wright, 17. Dan Roslin, 18.              Chris Oliveri, 13. Chris Felber, 14.
  1. Chris Hamilton; 2. Steven           Francis Cottrell, 19. George             Sue Collins.
Reed, 3. Kevin Flockhart, 4.             Chevalier, 20. Luke Marzano, 21.
Tommy Farrell III, 5. Rich               Lars Jensen, 22. Bruce Roslin, 23.
Mongeau, 6. Scott Newell, 7.             Beth MacFarlane. Heat winners –
Shaun Carrig, 8. Dave Michel, 9.         Ron Poley, Stephen Stull, Bruce
                                                                                   Atlantic Club
Don Neuls, 10. Del George Jr., 11.       Roslin.                                   seeking host
Justin Gumley, 12. Jason Willett,
13. Steve Pilman, 14. Nick                    ••• 20-lap truck feature •••           families
Vasquez, 15. Curtis Truex Jr., 16.          1. Dominick Casola, 2. Keith             The Atlantic Club Tennis
Jason Treat, 17. Jason Wigget.           Mullineaux, 3. Jim McLaughlin            Center is the proud sponsor of the
Did not start -- Sam Riggleman.          Sr., 4. Jerry Stanzione, 5. Bernie       prestigious       2005       USTA
Heat winners – Chris Hamilton,           Bailey, 6. Jesse McLaughlin, 7.          International      Hard      Court
Kevin Flockhart.                         Ken McGowan, 8. Brian Worth, 9.          Championships for Juniors spon-
                                         Bruce Van Norde, 10. Derek               sored by Ballew/Rolex Jewelers.
   ••• 25-lap street stock feature •••   Jones, 11. Karl Schlechtweg.                The tournament will take place
   1. Ron Frees, 2. Dave Jennings,                                                from August 20-27. This event
3. Jason Duvall, 4. Bill                   ••• 20-lap factory stock feature •••   draws the top ranked juniors from
Vanderveen, 5. Ray Minieri, 6.             1. Gary Pein, 2. Steve Weber, 3.       around the world who are compet-
Michael LaBrecque, 7. John               Tim Flanagan, 4. Felix Ciattarelli,      ing for a spot in the US Junior
McCormack Jr., 8. Steven Keenan,         5. Rob Longo, 6. Vern                    Open.
9. Jon Hess Jr., 10. Jared Okerson,      McLaughlin, 7. Skip Eccles, 8.              Our proximity to New York and
11. Eric Gerchak, 12. Dave Bragg,        Rob Breitigan, 9. Rick Williams,         the dates of this tournament truly
13. Gregg Miranda, 14. Harry             10. Jerry Old, 11. Allen Cox, 12.        make it one of the greatest tennis
Schaefer, 15. Howie Conk Jr., 16.                                                 venues in the northeast.
Mike Tillett, 17. Kent Kreider, 18.                                                  In order to accommodate the 64
Phil Janda, 19. Jim Downey, 20.
Shawn Emmons. Disqualified --
                                           Manasquan                              top players (boys ands girls), The
                                                                                  Atlantic Club is looking for host
Ed McCarthy. Heat winners – Bill
Vanderveen, Jason Duvall.                     seeking                             families.     The     commitment
                                                                                  includes housing and two meals a

    ••• 20-lap legends feature •••       assistant coaches                        day and players also will need
                                                                                  transportation to and from The
   1. Stephen Stull, 2. Curtis Truex                                              Atlantic Club in Manasquan.
                                            Manasquan High School is
Jr., 3. Frank Polimeda, 4. Mikie                                                     Players leave after they are
                                         looking for assistant coaches for
Stull,5. Mike Fulton, 6. Bryan                                                    eliminated from the tournament
                                         girls soccer and girls lacrosse for
Gardella, 7. Chris Wramage, 8.                                                    and on average, a player stays
                                         the upcoming 2005-2006 school
Ronnie Poley, 9. John Hugate, 10.                                                 from        Saturday       through
Rudy Rinderer, 11. Dennis Macri,                                                  Wednesday.
                                            For more information, contact
12. Bobby Baltera, 13. Whitey                                                        For more information about
                                         Manasquan athletic director Ron
Kowalczyk, 14. Joe Esposito, 15.                                                  being a host family, please contact
                                         Kornegay at (732) 528-8840 ext.
Malcolm Campbell, 16.             AJ                                              Colleen Gould at (732) 223-0183.
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           Atlantic Club
            to run fall                              War at the Shore lacrosse action
          hoops program
             The Atlantic Club             in
          Manasquan will be running
          instructional basketball programs
          for boys and girls in grades pre-
          K-8 this fall.
             The junior basketball league
          will play on Thursdays starting
          Sept. 15 and run until Nov. 3 from
          4-5 p.m.
             The pre-season basketball
          instructional program will take
          place on Sundays, beginning
          Sept. 18 from 12:30-2:30 p.m.
          and is for girls and boys in grades
          3-8. This program is designed to
          get players ready for the upcom-
          ing season.
             For more information, contact
          Matt Burke at the Atlantic Club at
          (732) 292-4377.

           Fall lacrosse
               at the
           Atlantic Club
             The Atlantic Club             in         The 11th annual
          Manasquan will be once again              War at the Shore
          running a fall lacrosse program for       lacrosse tournament
          boys and girls in grades 2-12. The        was held this week-
          program will feature instructional        end at the Sea Girt
          clinic time as well as game time.         Army Camp. The NJ
             High school boys and girls will        Elite team and the
          have their clinic time on                 Urgo Motels team [in
          Thursdays and games on                    white] played in the A
          Saturdays. Boys and girls in              D i v i s i o n
          grades 2-8 will have both clinics         Championship
          and games on Saturdays.                   [above, right and left
             The program is set to begin on         and at right]. NJ Elite
          September 15 and all players need         won the A Division
          to have equipment. Required               championship. In the
          equipment includes a mouthpiece           B Division Red Tide
          and eye guards for girls while            and Perrotti Meats
          boys need to have gloves, a hel-          advanced all the way
          met, and shoulder and elbow pads.         the the championship
          Players will need their own sticks.       game.
             Equipment can be rented at $25
          for the entire season.
             For more information, contact                      LAUREN PARKER
          Matt Burke at the Atlantic Club at                      The Coast Star
          (732) 292-4377.

           Parnell, Ross picked to take over St. Rose programs
                   By Dan Pennucci                the positions filled as quickly as        would relate to the coach and how        ships in the last few seasons and     Parnell knows many of the kids on
             St. Rose High School athletic        possible.                                 she could communicate and get            have always been one of the better    the team and got to see them twice
          director Rick Stainton announced           “It was definitely a priority [fill-   her point across, and Jenny Ross         teams in the area.                    this year as Keansburg’s jayvee
          this past week the hirings of new       ing the two spots],” Stainton said.       filled those roles. She played              Because of their success,          coach. Parnell is a graduate of
          baseball and softball coaches for       “Obviously all schools and pro-           Division I at Bucknell and she           Stainton wanted the baseball team     CBA and played collegiately at
          the 2005-06 school year.                grams have things going on in the         knows the game well. She’s a             to have another strong leader to      King’s College in Wilkes Barre,
             Jenny Ross is slated to take over    summer. [We wanted to] fill the           great communicator and her self-         carry on and create more success      Pa.
          the Roses softball program and          spots by the summer so the teams          confidence can instill it in the girls   and tradition.                           Parnell is very excited about
          Dave Parnell, a former Roses            knew what to expect.”                     which would help in our success.”           “It goes without saying that you   getting the chance to lead the St.
          assistant, was tabbed as the suc-          In Ross, the softball team gets a         St. Rose lost several key players     don’t know what you have until        Rose program, however, he knows
          cessor to Bart McInerney, St.           Division I player, she played at          to graduation including shortstop        you lose it,” Stainton said. “Bart    that there is a long time until
          Rose’s longtime coached who             Bucknell, and someone that                Kathy Dalton and Christine Heyl.         did tremendous things with our        April.
          retired this past spring.               Stainton is excited about because            While the softball team has           baseball program. That was in the        “I’m very excited, but I don’t
             While the St. Rose baseball          of the energy she’ll bring to the         been better than average in recent,      back of our minds, who could be       want to get too ahead of myself,”
          team recently was crowned state         team.                                     the baseball team has been one of        that energetic and put in as much     Parnell said. “The real excitement
          Non-Public B champions, the                The Roses have had several             the Shore Conference’s win-              time and still care and have same     for me would be next year if we
          Roses softball team saw the depar-      years of above .500 softball and          ningest programs in the last 10          beliefs and morals that St. Rose      keep right where we are and kids
          ture of two-year coach Jerry            have made the states in each of the       years under McInerney, who fin-          stands by.                            excel on the field and in the class-
          Morano.                                 last four seasons.                        ished with 217 career wins.                 “[In Parnell] we saw a guy who     room and keep playing the way St.
             Stainton is extremely pleased           “We had some high-profile                 Capped off with the elusive           cared about the program and had       Rose baseball should be playing.
          with both the selections the school     coaches apply for the position,”          state and sectional championships        some experience as a former assis-    I’ll be very excited next June.”
          has made and feels they will help       Stainton said. “What we needed            this past June, the Roses also went      tant coach under Bart,” Stainton         While Parnell knows that he’s
          the school’s student athletes very      there was also another energetic          undefeated through the division          added. “Dave’s very analytical        following a rather successful and
          much.                                   person who was young and fresh            and finished with a overall record       and knows how to break the game       popular coach, he wants to carve
             Despite the two sports being in      with softball, could bring new            of 24-6.                                 down and analyzes what the kids
          the spring, Stainton said they felt a   ideas to the game. Some things to            The Roses have had several            need to work on.”
          bit of urgency and wanted to get        think about was how the girls             players land Division I scholar-            As a former Roses assistant,          See COACHES, page 60
                                                                                                         THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005             PAGE 53

  A pop quiz for local surfers
                                       for each. Please put the question      ism yourself during the summer         months ago.

Surf Scene                             number, then your answer. If you
                                       feel strongly enough to add a com-
                                       ment about your answer, feel free.
                                       If enough feedback is received, a
                                                                              months around here? Why or why
                                                                                  11. What local surf shop best
                                                                              supports the local surfing commu-
                                                                                                                        Of course, it’s way too early to
                                                                                                                     write off the entire month of
                                                                                                                     August just yet, and all this crying
                                                                                                                     may even be a moot point by the
                                       column later this summer will          nity?                                  time you read this column.
                                       include a report on the responses.         12. Do you strictly ride a short   Because who knows at this point
                                       Just leave your first name, age,       board all summer or adapt to the       what to expect with every dawn
                                       and hometown with your answers.        conditions [longboards, body-          patrol surf check or Tropical
                                          Keep in mind the answers you        boards, bodysurfing]?                  Update 50 minutes past the hour
                                       put down may be published and              13. Are you a current member       on the good old Weather Channel.
                                       could appear in both newspapers.       of The Surfrider Foundation?              • It’s that time of the year again.
                                       Please e-mail your answers to              14. Do you keep in tuned with      Arguably one of the oldest and
                              as soon        the local community’s mayor and        best run amateur surfing contests
                                       as possible. The deadline to           councils’ views on beach renour-       — held at one of the Eastern
                                       respond is Monday, Aug. 22.            ishment?                               Seaboard’s finest right-handers —
                                          Remember this involves only             15. Do you love or hate summer     is scheduled to take place once
                                       the towns mentioned above. Here        here as a local surfer?                again this weekend.
 BY KEITH GRACE                        we go …                                    • Headed down the home                The Squan Village Historical
                                          1. What local surf spot is the      stretch, this summer of 2005 is        Society presents The Big Sea Day
   So for the last seven weeks you     most overrated this summer?            turning out to be a puzzling one.      Surfing Contest, once again at the
have read what I have to say.             2. What spot is the most under-     As much I have tried to provide        Manasquan Inlet surfing beach.
Enough of my ranting, if possible.     rated?                                 answers here all season, I too have    Scheduled for Saturday and
It’s about time your voice is heard.      3. Have you found a “secret         questions.                             Sunday, the contest begins with a
   In our summer surfing culture       spot” in our area that few others          After recent years of uncharac-    7 a.m. check-in with the first
here in our neck of the woods,         have discovered? Where is it?          teristic Julys providing weeks of      series of heats scheduled to hit the
wave riders of all types should           4. What local town — including      above-average swells, it just did-     water at 8 a.m.
have their voices heard too.           its beach department, lifeguards,      n’t happen this time. With the            Ages 5 and up for males and
Whether you’re a hot-shot 16-          and homeowners — has been the          exception of a Saturday cleanup        females in surfing, longboarding,
year-old leading your division in      most surfer-friendly this summer?      day on July 9, a quality               and bodyboarding are welcome to
the ESA Central New Jersey                5. What local town —including       groundswell on Wednesday, July         enter the contest, once again be
District, a longtime Inlet local       its each department, lifeguards,       20 and a south wind swell with a       run by and organized by Inlet vet-
who remembers when surfing             and homeowners — has been the          hint of ground swell kicked in         eran T.R. Deveney at Third Ave.
there was actually a crime, or a       least surfer-friendly this summer?     from Tropical Storm Franklin in        Surf Shop. The deadline for
part of my wave riding generation         6. Which local mayor would          the final week of the month, July      entries is tomorrow, and there will
— 30-something and accepting           you like to write to voice your dis-   2005 really won’t go down as one       be a limited beach entry process
the fact your surfing is now past      pleasure with how we are treated       of the more memorable Julys.           on the morning of the contest. The
its peak.                              in their town when trying to surf          And so far in August, it’s been    fee, which also includes a contest
   Listed below are the questions I    there?                                 downright bizarre. As we keep          T-shirt, is $25. Entry forms can
want the answers to from you              7. Which local mayor would          reading — and maybe fearing —          still be obtained at Third Ave. Surf
regarding the summer of 2005 and       you like to write to voice your        reports of the tropics producing       Shop, Spring Lake. All entries
local surfing in The Coast Star        happiness with how we are treated      more and bigger storms, with pos-      must be returned to Third Ave.
and The Ocean Star coverage            in their town when trying to surf      sible landfalls, at press time Irene   Surf Shop by tomorrow. And as
areas including Bradley Beach,         there?                                 seemed barely alive and offered        always, respect the beach in
Avon, Belmar, Spring Lake, Sea            8. Which local surf spot — not      little hope for a true high-quality    Manasquan during the contest. No
Girt, Manasquan, Point Pleasant        yours — has been the most hostile      swell. It’s hot, it’s humid and at     glass bottles are allowed. Beach
Beach, Bay Head, Mantoloking,          to visitors this summer?               the moment, there appears to be        badges are required and must be
and Lavallette.                           9. Has localism been necessary      no legit swell in sight after          worn at all times.
   So take a look at the following     at your home break this summer?        August hinted to be a busy time           See ya in the water…
questions and please get back to          10. Are you for or against local-   for surfboard ding repairmen
me via e-mail with your answers

  Belmar wins Squan Invitational
 Bradley Beach takes 2nd, Sea Girt 3rd, Squan 4th
           By Pat Martin
   MANASQUAN — This past
Wednesday, area lifeguarding
teams were back in action for the
Manasquan Invitational — one of
the last tournaments of the season
before      the    United     States
Lifesaving Association’s [USLA]
National              Lifeguarding
Championships this weekend in
Virginia Beach.
   The tournament, considered by
many as the most fun of the year,
had open rosters with the only
stipulation being that a female had
to compete in all seven events.
   “We always look forward to the
Manasquan tournament,” Belmar
lifeguard tournament captain Jeff
Zach said. “It gives a lot of people
the chance to compete. They also
have the best party afterwards [at
   Belmar won the tournament by
collecting 60 points with Bradley
Beach coming in second with 52.
   Sea      Girt    [40     points],
Manasquan [36 points], and                                                                                                     MARC FIORILLI, The Coast Star
Spring Lake [eight points] round-       Manasquan’s Denise Blair [above, in front] and Brian Neuwinth compete in the boat relay at the
ed out the top five.                   manasquan Invitational last Wednesday.
   The first event, the surf dash,     out to the designated barrels and      Roestenberg, and Ryan Mathews.         ond and Sea Girt third.
was won by Belmar.                     back to shore, tagging a teammate.        Bradley Beach took second in           This events consisted of five
   This event consisted of four        The event ended when the final leg     the event while Manasquan took         legs and 10 rowers - nine male and
competitors — three males and a        ran up the beach to their lane         third.                                 one female.
female.                                marker.                                   The next event was the boat            Each team had to have four
   The female competitor was the         Belmar’s participants were           relay. Belmar also took first in the
first leg and each competitor raced    Traci Rickert, Matt Titco, Andreas     event with Manasquan taking sec-         See LIFEGUARD, page 60

Monmouth County guards head to Virginia Beach
          By Pat Martin                dent of the season’s executive         Hartle, Steve Hodgins, David           also has some of its top competi-
   Seventy-five area lifeguards and    committee and he is optimistic of      Hyde, Eric Jennings, Dick              tors who couldn’t make the trip
coaches headed to Virginia Beach       the team’s chances.                    Johnson, Matt Johnson, Rob             because of other commitments.
for the United States Lifesaving          “Anytime the championships          Johnson, Vickie Johnson, Bill             “Some of our better guys could-
Association’s [USLA] National          are on the East Coast we have a        Karatz, Larry Kelly, Sean              n’t make it which will hurt us a lit-
Championships yesterday.               good chance,” Harmon said.             Levinson,      Bart    Mattaliano,     tle,” Harmon said.
   The events are scheduled to            Two years ago the Monmouth          Bryanne       Matthews,      Shawn        Historically the Monmouth
take place today, Friday, and          County team came within 11             Matthews, Bill Medler, Matt            County team usually falls short to
                     Saturday.         points of winning the National         Nunnally, Tim O’Donnell, John          LA County in the older senior
       USLA             T    h    e    Championship when the event was        Quinn, Marlana Root, Lauryn            races and the women’s races.
  CHAMPIONSHIP M o n m o u t h         held at Cape May.                      Stengel, Todd Sudol, Andrew               ‘We don’t have enough older
      PREVIEW        County team,         Area lifeguards, coaches, and       Vasta, Liz Walling, Kaitlin            age and female competitors to
                     usually      a    officials who are members of the       Walling, Dave Welsh, and Jeff          really compete in those cate-
powerhouse, is expected to be the      Monmouth County team are Mike          Zach.                                  gories,” Harmon said. “Our
same this year.                        Barrows, Geoff Bigos, Denise              “Matt Nunnally is Monmouth          strengths are in the swimming and
   California’s Los Angeles            Blair, Janet Carbin, Jessica           County’s MVP,” Harmon said.            rowing. You never know what is
County team is the usual winner        Carbin, Buzz Ciprut, Tracy Cisek,      “He will score a lot of points for     really going to happen until you
with the Monmouth County team          Bob Dillon, John Forrester,            us. We are also going to count on      get their but we think we have a
as its main competition.               William George, John Gepp, Steve       a lot of the other guys to score for   very strong team.”
   Sea Girt lifeguard tournament       Grober, Harmon, Kristen Harris,        us like they have in the past.”
captain Tim Harmon is the presi-       Megan Harris, Tim Harris, Charlie         The Monmouth County team

                                             Five kilometer race raises
                                              almost 10K for Sea Girt
                                                       By Pat Martin
                                                SEA GIRT — The 14th annu-
                                             al Sea Girt five kilometer race
                                             was held on Sunday with a larger-
                                             than-average turnout.
                                                “We had about 800 to 900
                                             adult runners and about 250 kids
                                             runners [in the kids race],” race
                                             director Mary Lyons said. “It was
                                             slightly more than we normally
                                                The race, which starts at the
                                             Sea Girt Plaza and goes along the
                                             National Guard Training Camp
                                             and along the ocean before cut-
                                             ting through town and back to the
                                             plaza, was made a success
                                             because of the efforts of Lyons,
                                             the sponsors and all the people
                                             involved with setting it up.
                                                “A lot of people come out for
                                             this race,” Lyons said. “The
                                             whole town, the community, they
                                             love it. This is my fifth year of
                                             organizing the race and it was the
                                             biggest it’s been since I was
                                                The theme of this year’s race
                                             was water. The first 100 competi-
                                             tors to cross the finish line
                                             received squirt guns with the
                                             winner of the men’s race, Patrick
                                             Hedder, 20, of Bernardsville,
                                             agreeing to be dunked in the dunk
                                             tank by the runner up at the con-
                                             clusion of the race.
                                                “He was a great sport,” Lyons
                                             said about Hedder.
                                                Behind Hedder in the men’s
                                             race was Kevin Fortkiewicz of
                                             Point Pleasant, Dan Newman of
                                             Manalapan, Adam Nalven of
                                             Brick, and Eric Hathaway of
                                                The top Sea Girt male finisher
                                             was Dennis Fahy with Dangelo
                                             Dangelo and Kyle Truesdale fin-
                                             ishing behind him.
                                                The top five female finishers
                                             were Megan Phillips of Brielle,
                                             Amber Hart of Wall, Heather
                                             Crosby of Danbury, Kristin
                                             Enderly of Ocean and Anne Britt
                                             of Sea Girt.
                                                Behind Britt were Kim Parkhill
                                             and Jill Robinson as the top three
                                             female Sea Girt winners.                                                        LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                                Awards were also given out to        Patrick Hedder, 20, of Bernardsville took first place at the Sea
                                             top finishers in each age group.      Girt 5K on Sunday with a time of 16:21.8.
                                                The age group winners were:
                                                Andrew Pearson of Spring
                                             Lake [men ages 14 and under],
                                             Haley O’Conner [women ages 14
                                             and under], Tim Burke of
                                             Blauvelt [male ages 15-19],
                                             Kristin Enderly of Ocean [female
                                             ages 15-19], Patrick Hedder of
                                             Bernardsville [male ages 20-24].
                                             Carrie Hathaway of Ambler
                                             [female ages 20-24], Adam
                                             Nalven of Brick [male ages 25-
                                             29], Amber Hart of Wall [female
                                             ages 25-29], Dan Newman of
                                             Manalapan [male ages 30-34],
                                             Heather Crosby of Danbury
                                             [female ages 30-34], Murillo
                                             Rodrigo of Wall [male ages 35-
                                             39], Megan Phillips of Brielle
                                             [female ages 35-39], Dennis
                                             Contois of Lawrenceville [male
                                             ages 40-44], Anne Britt of Sea
                                             Girt [female ages 40-44], Tom
                                             Zarra of Point Pleasant [male
                                             ages 45-49], Sarah Tabbutt of
                                             Philadelphia [female ages 45-49],
                                             Tony Plaster of Neptune [male
                                             ages 50-54], Kathy Brennan of
                                             Sea Girt [female ages 50-54],
                                             James Segal of Holmdel [male
                                             ages 55-58], Vickie Pekarchk of
                                             Toms River [female ages 55-58],
                                             Jon Kopko of Colts Neck [male
                                             ages 59-65], Duplicate Macniven
                                             of East Brunswick [female ages
                                             59-65],     Olie     Melson      of
                                             Farmingdale [male ages 66 and
                                             over] and Mazrion Mullarkey of
                                             Spring Lake Heights [female
                                             ages 66 and over].
                                                All proceeds from the race
                                             benefit the Sea Girt recreation
                                             department and according to
                                             Lyons, this years race raised
                                             close to $10,000.
                                                “We won’t know for a couple
                                             weeks what the official number is
                                             but we usually raise between
                                             $8,000 and $10,000,” Lyons said,
                                             “and we had slightly more run-
                                             ners this year.”
                                                There was also a photographer
                                             who got a number of family
                                             shots, according to Lyons. To see
                                             the photos go to www.tigerpaw-
                                                This was Lyons’ last year orga-
                                             nizing the event. If anyone is
                                             interested in taking over the
                                             duties next year, they are asked to                                             LAUREN PARKER, The Coast Star
                                             contact her at 732-449-7110.             Megan Phillips, 35, of Brielle was the first female to cross the
                                                                                   finish line at the Sea Girt 5K. Her time was 17:56.9.
                                                                                                    THE COAST STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2005                                               PAGE 55

   Wall track club gains national ranking
   The goal of the Wall Track Club     The Club also gives athletes the   LA.                                   Smith, who in his first year of       thousands of youth track and field
has always been to give young        opportunity to gain national            The competition annually           competitive track, took home a sil-   athletes across the United States.
athletes positive exposure to the    recognition for outstanding per-     draws the best young track and        ver medal in the Sub Bantam boys      All performances occurred at
sport of track and field. In 2005,   formances and 2005 was no            field athletes from across the        high jump. Wall's Matt Melton         meets sanctioned by the AAU or
that goal was achieved, as over      exception. Ten Wall Trackers         nation, and because of the highly     needed a personal best 4:40 in the    the USA Track and Field
125 young athletes participated,     earned a berth at the Amateur        competitive nature of the meet, the   1500-meter run to close out the       Association held during the year,
learned about the sport, improved    Athletic Union (AAU) Junior          top eight performances earn           grueling Youth Boys Pentathlon        and are categorized by age group,
their physical conditioning, and     Olympics National Meet, held         medals.                               and earn a 6th place medal, his       gender and event.
lodged dozens of "personal best"     July 30th - August 7th at Tad           Wall was represented among         eighth National Track and Field          Although the system is
performances along the way.          Gormely Stadium, New Orleans,        the medal recipients by Chris         medal since he began competing        designed to recognize all young
                                                                                                                in 2001.                              athletes who compete in track and
                                                                                                                   Kaylee Bythell earned the first    field, the top 20 performances
                              Sea Girt 5K Results                                                               National pole vault medal ever        earn an athlete the title of
                                                                                                                won by a Wall Tracker, pulling in     "National Elite Youth All
         •• Men’s overall results ••                   1     Amber Hart        Wall               18:53.7       at eighth place in the Sub-Youth      American." Competitors whose
Place   Name              Hometown          Time       2     Nicole Karatzia Belford              21:40.5       Girls Division by clearing a per-     performances rank in the top 100
1       Patrick Hedder Bernardsville     16:21.8       3     Katie Koch        Fair Haven         23:19.2       sonal best 6'6".                      nationally make the "National
2       Kevin Fortkiewicz Point Pleasant 16:23.9       Male ages 30-34
                                                       1     Dan Newman        Manalapan          17:23.5          Other Wall Trackers competing      Elite Youth Honor Role."
3       Dan Newman        Manalapan      17:23.5
4       Adam Nalven       Brick          17:25.4       2     Richard KeiinhardtNeptune            19:29.3       among the "best of the best" at the      Wall's Matt Melton gained "All
5       Eric Hathaway Ambler             17:39.0       3     Lance Ogren       New York           20:21.6       Junior Olympics were Kendall          American" status, ranking third
6       Dennis Contois Lawrenceville 17:42.9           Female ages 30-34                                        Baldwin (pentathlon, high jump        nationally in the pentathlon.
7       Kurt Krause       Cranford       17:43.5       1     Heather Crosby Danbury               19:00.7       and 800-meter run), Nick Ruding       Additionally, Melton had National
8       Tim Burke         Blauvelt       17:44.8       2     Dianne Deoliveira Brick              19:48.1       (discus, shot-put), Perry Santulli    Honor Role performances in the
9       Murillo Rodrigo Wall             18:37.6       3     Myrna Trujillo Washington            21:38.4       (discus), Mike Smith (shot-put,       200-meter hurdles (28.25), high
10      Greg Escorcia     Far Hills      18:41.2       Male ages 35-39                                          long jump), Amanda Van Buskirk        jump (5'4") and triple jump
                                                       1     Murillo Rodrigo Wall                 18:37.6
                                                       2     Doug Phillips     Brielle            18:49.9       (80-meter hurdles, long jump),        (36'11"). Also joining the National
      •• Women’s overall results          ••
Place Name              Hometown             Time      3     Brandon Rosser Far Hills             19:45.4       Andrew Van Buskirk (shot-put,         Honor Role for Wall Track were
1     Megan Phillips Brielle              17.56.9      Female ages 35-39                                        discus), and Julia Vargo (discus,     Mishell Buonocore (45' 11" in the
2     Amber Hart        Wall              18:53.7      1     Meghan Phillips Brielle              17:56.9       javelin).                             javelin), Kaylee Bythell (6'6" in
3     Heather Crosby Danbury              19:00.7      2     Kathy Kropke      ?                  21:15.3          Additionally, in the National      the pole vault), Ali Donahue
4     Kristin Enderly Ocean               19:09.4      3     Karen Gianforte Brielle              22:33.2       Elite Youth Ranking System, the       (29'11" in the shot-put), Nicole
5     Anne Britt        Sea Girt          19:16.1      Male ages 40-44                                          Wall Track Club notched one "All      Donahue (4' 10" in the high jump),
6     Sarah Tabbutt     Philadelphia      19:16.8      1     Dennis Contois Lawrenceville         17:42.9       American" and six more earning a      Chris Smith (3'10" in the high
7     Dianne Deoliveira Brick             19:48.1      2     Paul Looney       Neptune            18:58.2
                                                       3     Jim Redeker       Lake Como          19:45.8       spot on the "National Youth Honor     jump) and Julia Vargo (74'4" in
8     Amanda Scheer Wall                  20:13.9
9     Christine Murphy Point Pleasant     20:54.0      Female ages 40-44                                        Role". The National Elite Youth       the javelin).
10    Kathy Kropke      ??                21:15.3      1     Anne Britt        Sea Girt           19:16.1       Ranking System is a database that
                                                       2     Claudia Malley New York              21:29.2       catalogues the performances of
     •• Sea Girt resident winners ••                   3     Sharon Lucid      Sea Girt           23:11.7
Place Name            Hometown      Time               Male ages 45-49
Top Sea Girt males                                     1     Tom Zarra         Point Pleasant     18:53.3
36    Dennis Fahy     Sea Girt   20:25.8               2     John Coulter      Manasquan          19:09.1
43    Dangelo Dangelo Sea Girt   20:43.6               3     Chris Wilcox      Brielle            21:00.0
44    Kyle Truesdale Sea Girt    20:44.0               Female ages 45-49
Top Sea Girt females                                   1     Sarah Tabbutt     Philadelphia       19:16.8
21    Anne Britt      Sea Girt   19:16.1               2     Christine Murphy Point Pleasant      20:54.0
93    Kim Parkhill    Sea Girt   22:14.1               3     Anne Morris       New Hope           22:33.5
103 Jill Robinson     Sea Girt   22:32.4               Male ages 50-54
                                                       1     Tony Plaster      Neptune            19:12.1
       •• Age division winners ••                      2     Greg Behie        Wakefield          19:54.0
Place Name              Hometown          Time         3     David Cupo        Morristown         20:58.5
Male ages 1-14                                         Female ages 50-54
1     Andrew Pearson Spring Lake       21:09.6         1     Kathy Brennan Sea Girt               23:45.6
2     Matt Foerst       Sea Girt       21:35.2         2     Maureen Barry Neptune                24:39.0
3     Ray Bogan, Jr. Sea Girt          22:02.9         3     Kay Odiotti       Sea Girt           24:53.4
Female ages 1-14                                       Male ages 55-58
1     Haley O’Conner Louisville        23:21.7         1     James Segal       Holmdel            20:48.2
2     Morgan Pearson Spring Lake       23:27.3         2     Walter MacGowan Spring Lake          21:09.3
3     Rachel Voysey Marlboro           24:27.3         3     Bob Bocchitti     ?                  23:13.2
Male ages 15-19                                        Female ages 55-58
1     Tim Burke         Blauvelt       17:44.8         1     Vickie Pekarchk Toms River           31:27.0
2     Kyle Truesdale Sea Girt          20:44.0         2     Pamela Apito      Sea Girt           33:02.3
3     James Mioller     Sea Girt       21:22.4         3     Kathleen Merlo Sea Girt              34:04.5
Female ages 15-19                                      Male ages 59-65
1     Kristin Enderly Ocean            19:09.4         1     Jon Kopko         Colts Neck         21:52.9
2     Amanda Scheer Wall               20:13.9         2     John Donoghue Howell                 23:12.4
3     Kathleen McCaffery ?             21:16.3         3     Marty Slutzky     Edison             24:27.9
Male ages 20-24                                        Female ages 59-65
1     Patrick Heddere Bernardsville    16:21.8         1     Duplicate MacnivenEast Brunswick     30:43.4
2     Kevin Fortkiewicz Point Pleasant 16:23.9         2     Donna Mehler      Spring Lake H      30:48.3
3     Dan Carragher Spring Lake        20:07.0         3     Kelly Conneen Point Pleasant         32:35.2
Female ages 20-24                                      Male ages 66 and over
1     Carrie Hathaway Ambler           21:42.2         1     Olie Nelson       Farmingdale        28:53.5
2     Kiernan DelaurierHolmdel         22:34.9         2     Patrick Molloy Spring Lake H         30:27.2
3     Megan Brady       Livingston     22:46.9         3     Vinnie Gill       Spring Lake H      30:50.9
Male ages 25-29                                        Female ages 66 and over
1     Adam Nalven       Brick          17:25.4         1     Mazrion MullarkeySpring Lake H       31:15.0
2     Eric Hathaway Ambler             17:39.0         2     Pearl Ardman      Lakewood           32:50.1
3     Kurt Krause       Cranford       17:43.5         3     Beryl Pfizer      New York           44:03.7
Female ages 25-29

RBC/DAIN claim Atlantic
Club basketball league title
         By Dan Pennucci             Phil Buck had great games,           end.
   It’d been a long-time coming      according to White, who knew           “We’ve been in the league for
for RBC/DAIN but they finally        that a flawless game would have      years and this was our first cham-
captured the Atlantic Club men’s     to be in order for them to win.      pionship,” White said. “It was a
league basketball title last            “We knew that we’d have to        long time coming and we were
Thursday, doing so against a         play a perfect game to beat that-    very happy about it.
rather formidable foe in UBS         team,” White said. “They were          Over the past four years, we’d
Financial.                           outstanding. We knew that if we      only beaten that team twice,”
   RBC/DAIN claimed the title        kept focus we’d be able to get the   White added.
with a 59-47 victory behind what     job done.”                             The championship was the first
team co-captain Mike White              While RBC/DAIN won by a           for RBC/DAIN and its manager,
called a “total team effort.” 6-10   margin of 12, White said the         Bob Hart and the team finishes the
center Paul Tonkovich and guard      game was close right up until the    season with a 9-1 record.

                    The boys of summer...again

    The South Wall Knights 11-year-old baseball team captured the AAU Boys of Summer
  Tournament in Jackson for the second year in a row. They faced the Staten Island Athletics once
  again in the final, beating them 9 - 6 this past Monday. First row [from left]: JK Thompson, Matt
  Osgoodby, Harry Paytas, Chaz Salvo and Luke Pasick.Middle row: Billy Macomber, Tyler Block,
  Bobby Malcolm, Brian Kelly and Bobby Byrne. Back row: Coaches Joe Paytas, John Thompson,
  Vic Salvo and Bob Malcolm.
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              Another summer of success on Little League diamonds
                   By Dan Pennucci                     The group of 12-year olds that       ment at Spring Lake Heights.             tition, as they have close to 1,000      finals.
             As is the case with any summer        finished a game or two away from             MBLL won its first 10-year old       girls to choose from, bu