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Nazi Lights out
swastika Easter Sunday
on Bay Avenue.
The church, along with a
host of other houses of wor-
ship and residences, was with-
thousands in dark
sparks STAFF REPORT
THE OCEAN STAR
out power early Sunday morn-
Pastor Wilton said his church
has two services each year on
Easter morning: at 9 and 11 a.m.
outrage NORTHERN OCEAN COUNTY —
Approximately 9,000 Jersey
Central Power & Light cus-
tomers in several towns, here,
He was busy fine-tuning his
Easter sermon on the church
computer around 8:30 a.m. and
listening to Sara Houi, the
“When I think something is experienced a power outage organist, rehearse when the
Easter morning. power went out.
humorous, I put it up [on my The pastor said Bill Shoppell,
website]. It was something SUBSTATION ISSUE choir director, and members of
that was out two years ago. It JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE OCEAN STAR “We had an internal problem the choir began to arrive and
The second reading and public hearing of an ordinance that would limit with a Point Pleasant substa- informed him traffic lights
was a joke, a parody … parking to residents only between 12 and 6 a.m. in district 4 in Point tion,” said Mike Obremski, a were out throughout town.
it was funny.” Pleasant Beach is set for April 17. representative with Jersey Determined to proceed with
Central Power & Light the morning services, Pastor
LAURA BEEDEN [JCP&L]. Wilton said Ms. Houi switched
Parking plan up
Point Pleasant Blogger Mr. Obremski said he could to the piano, as the organ
BY ERIC COLVIN provide neither the exact cause requires electricity.
THE OCEAN STAR of the outage nor the location With the microphones also
of the substation due to securi- requiring power, Pastor Wilton
POINT PLEASANT — A doctored cam- ty measures. said he simply raised his voice
paign flier from the 2010 Point
Pleasant general election featuring
the GOP candidates at a table
adorned with a Nazi swastika resur-
faced last week — sparking outrage
for vote Tuesday “The issue occurred at about
9 a.m.,” Mr. Obremski said. “We
made repairs within the substa-
tion and power was restored at
to project to the parishioners.
“It was good it was daytime,”
Pastor Wilton said. “Most peo-
ple could read the bulletins and
hymnals without difficulty.
from the Republican candidates Corbally hopes the pilot parking program in
January, when the governing
“People approached [the
depicted in the photograph. power outage] with good
Point Pleasant resident Laura
possible restrictions body granted Councilman
“We may not have had elec- humor and flexibility,” the pas-
Corbally permission to start a
Beeden, who runs the blog website will give district four dialogue with Ocean County
trical power, but we had resur- tor continued.
www.animallovertoo.com, said she rection power,” said Pastor
originally posted the image prior to residents a break officials to investigate the feasi-
bility of such a program.
Carl Wilton, of the Point
the November 2010 general election Pleasant Presbyterian Church SEE BLACKOUT PAGE 7
BY COLLEEN KING The county has to grant the
on her site because she felt the image
THE OCEAN STAR borough permission to regulate
the county roads within district
Ms. Beeden said she was not the
POINT PLEASANT BEACH — The 4.
person who doctored the image,
pilot parking program that will, When the plan was intro-
which contained a Nazi swastika
hopefully, alleviate residents’ duced in March, a tie vote by
superimposed as the centerpiece of a
parking pains will be up for a the council was broken by
table at which current Councilman
second reading and public hear- Mayor Vincent Barrella, who
Bob Sabosik and then fellow running
ing at Tuesday’s borough coun- voted in favor of the motion.
mate Al Faraldi are seated. Former
cil meeting. Councilman Corbally,
council president Susan Rogers, who
Councilman Michael Corbally Councilwoman Kristine Tooker
ran for mayor in 2010, is standing
introduced the plan in late and Councilman Bret Gordon
between Councilman Sabosik and
March, and it received mixed had voted in favor of the plan,
reactions. The plan calls for while councilmen Bill Mayer,
“I don’t have the power to come up
each residence to be given five Tim Lurie and Stephen Reid
with something like that,” Ms.
parking passes. Only vehicles voted against the introduction.
Beeden said this week. “When I think
with passes would be able to Parking has been a hot-button
something is humorous, I put it up
park on residential streets in issue in Point Pleasant Beach for
[on my website].
district 4 — which is north of years, with numerous parking
“It was something that was out two
Arnold Avenue and east of the plans, committees and referen-
years ago,” Ms. Beeden said. “It was a
railroad tracks — between mid- dums put forth to try and
night and 6 a.m.
SEE FLIER PAGE 2 The wheels started to turn on SEE PARKING PAGE 7
Conditions ripe for brush fires
Chief Joseph Michigan.
Dry, windy The small fire was
weather heightens extinguished almost
immediately. The cause of
likelihood of fire the fire is unknown, but
Chief Michigan said “due
STAFF REPORT to the extremely dry con-
THE OCEAN STAR ditions, more than likely it
was someone who threw a
cigarette out of a car.”
POINT PLEASANT BEACH —
It was the only brush
The persistent dry and
fire in Point Pleasant
Beach this week. On a
throughout the state may
much larger scale, though,
have contributed to a
the New Jersey Forest Fire
small brush fire, here, ear-
Service has been continu-
lier this week.
ously responding to wild-
Late on Tuesday after- SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
fires scattered around the
noon, a small, 10-by-10
AMANDA STONE THE OCEAN STAR foot patch of brush on the
state because of the
southern base of the Michael Malpass, of Point Pleasant Beach, and his two children —
Point Pleasant Fire Company Station 75 firefighter Michael
Route 35 bridge caught Michael, 7, and Mackenzie, 10, — took a trip over the bridge to catch
Ormsby routinely checks the company’s equipment to make
fire, according to Fire SEE FIRES PAGE 6 some fish in the annual trout fishing contest at Spring Lake last Saturday.
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Doctored campaign flier causes uproar in Point Pleasant
732-223-0076, Ext 12
FLIER “Anyone who would publish, circulate and foster such a vile anti-Semitic and own up to this despica-
ble act,” Mr. Coleman wrote.
Douglas Paviluk, Editor
FROM PAGE ONE and bias remake of a campaign flier to achieve a laugh or find humor in it, “Comparing fellow residents
732-223-0076, Ext 27 is a malcontent and despicable. A swastika or any other connotation to to Nazis is beyond reprehen-
joke, a parody … it was
funny.” that genocide is not funny on any level.” sible. It’s positively sicken-
Jamie Biesiada, Managing Editor The words on the cam- SUSAN ROGERS Former Council President Ms. Beeden said she
732-899-7606, Ext 12 paign literature were also
remains surprised the doc-
firstname.lastname@example.org doctored — stating the three
tored campaign literature
Republican candidates Councilman Sabosik also he can to help the town. itics.”
Alison Manser Ertl has become an issue now —
would “increase hourly fees responded to the doctored “And, I am just a resident
General Manager one- and one-half years after
by only 20 percent,” allow all campaign literature this who is concerned about the WHY THE 2010 IMAGE CIRCULATED
732-223-0076, Ext 38 it was posted.
borough professionals “the week. borough, whoever wrote it is THE BOROUGH THIS WEEK
email@example.com “[The Republicans] are
right to set their own fees” “Never, in the history of not a nice person at all and Ms. Beeden said the Nazi-
trying to use it politically,
and only cap fees charged by Point Pleasant Borough poli- doesn’t belong at council laden campaign spoof came
NEWS the professionals “if tics, has anyone crossed the meetings,” Mr. Faraldi con- to light last Thursday, April
they need an issue,” Ms.
Eric Colvin Beeden said. “It’s political.
absolutely necessary.” boundaries to such extent … tinued. “It is very hurtful and 5, when another Point
Point Pleasant & Bay Head “They were monitoring
The Point Pleasant with the most hated symbol we don’t need that type of Pleasant-based blog,
732-899-7606, Ext 16 my site daily [prior to the
Republicans depicted in the of the 20th Century, the Nazi thing in town.” www.boroindependent.com,
firstname.lastname@example.org election in 2010],” Ms.
image, however, said this swastika,” Councilman run by resident Cortland
Beeden said. “I know they
Colleen King week they felt the image was Sabosik said. “Emotions still GETTING SUPPORT FROM Coleman, contained a link to
knew about it then, but then
Point Pleasant Beach & Lavallette anything but amusing or run so high in Poland today, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE AISLE her October 2010 posting
last week, all of a sudden,
732-899-7606, Ext 14 funny. public display of the swastika Democratic Councilman that contained the image.
Republicans brought it back
email@example.com is a criminal offense punish- Christopher Leitner, who Ms. “There was a comment
up. I know they stirred this
GOP CALLS THE IMAGE ‘VILE’ able by up to eight years in Beeden said she has support- left on my site that con-
Caitlin Stolzenthaler up.”
“I am horror-stricken by prison.” ed in two general elections, tained a link to that
Mantoloking She said she has since
Laura Beeden’s continued The councilman said the commented on the issue this [image],” Mr. Coleman said
732-899-7606, Ext 10 removed the image from her
reckless and irresponsible doctored image also struck a week. this week. “The comment
behavior,” Ms. Rogers said cord with his wife, CJ, whose Ms. Beeden said she is a was left on April 5 at 2:30 in
“People were offended so
News Fax: 732-899-9778 this week. “Anyone who uncle escaped from registered Independent. the afternoon by an anony-
I took it down last week,”
would publish, circulate and Auschwitz, a concentration The councilman, who mous poster whose handle
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR foster such a vile anti- camp in Poland. directly opposed former is ‘hindsight.’”
Ms. Beeden said.
732-899-7606, Ext 10 Instead, she placed a pic-
Semitic and bias remake of a “[He] carried the scars on councilwoman Rogers on the Mr. Coleman said anyone
firstname.lastname@example.org ture of Ms. Rogers’ head
campaign flier to achieve a his arm and in his heart until dais for years and often dis- who posts comments on his
where the swastika was orig-
laugh or find humor in it, is a the day he died knowing his agrees with Councilwoman website can either use their
SPORTS malcontent and despicable. whole family had been exter- Sabosik on many issues, real name or create an alias,
Greg Domorski “I knew they would try
A swastika or any other con- minated,” the councilman sided with the Republicans known as a handle.
732-899-7606, Ext 15 something like this, they
notation to that genocide is said. “Hatred, bias and on this issue. “They can use their name,
email@example.com need something to try to
not funny on any level. embracing evil are not and “This sort of action is rep- but they can also comment
divert attention,” Ms. Beeden
“As a former council presi- should not be part of our rehensible, and has no place anonymously as this person
WEBMASTER dent, I appreciate the chal- town.” in politics in Point Pleasant did,” Mr. Coleman said. “I
said. “I could apologize like
Jamie Biesiada Susan Rogers does: I’m sorry
lenges our mayor and council Mr. Sabosik’s former run- or anywhere else,” saw the comment and I was
732-899-7606, Ext 12 if it offended anyone.”
face in governing our town ning mate, Mr. Faraldi, also Councilman Leitner said. shocked by what I saw.”
and we should not lose focus provided his thoughts this “No matter how many base- Later that day, Mr.
Eric Colvin covers Point Pleasant for
of that priority,” Ms. Rogers week. less attacks and lies have Coleman posted the image
PHOTOGRAPHY continued. “Ms. Beeden is “I find it disturbing and been launched against me on his site with a question:
The Ocean Star. He can be reached at
Joseph J. Delconzo firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-
background noise, only exist- you don’t get any lower than and mine, there is no justifi- “Is this what politics has
& Sueanne Goss 899-7606 Ext 16.
ing to create a distraction that,” Mr. Faraldi said. “When cation for these kind of sunk to in Point Pleasant?”
732-223-0076, Ext 31
from the important issues at you get down to it, Bob attacks on anyone … we “It’s time for someone to
hand.” Sabosik is trying everything deserve a better brand of pol- come out of the shadows
Steve Urbish, Ext 21
Joan Cordes, Ext 37
732-223-0076, Ext 13
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MANTOLOKING FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 3
for several projects
Costs of new firehouse The mayor and council
also voted on the introduc-
To submit a calendar listing
doors, police cameras
OK’d by council
tion of an ordinance for the
financing of an estimated
$70,000 police camera
or Mantoloking equipment purchase.
BY CAITLIN STOLZENTHALER “A lot of police depart-
news story, email THE OCEAN STAR ments are installing cam-
firstname.lastname@example.org eras around town to do sur-
MANTOLOKING — The gov-
veillance,” explained Mr.
erning body, here, has intro-
Gillingham, who added that
WOMEN’S REPUBLICAN CLUB duced several ordinances to
the camera installation
approve financing for a
LUNCHEON project is not one unique to
number of upcoming proj-
Date: Thursday, April 19 the town and is going on
ects in town.
Time: noon around the state.
Location: MonAlyssa, 1635 Bay The cameras will go in
George Nebel and the coun-
Ave., Point Pleasant the police station’s holding
cil introduced an ordinance
The Women’s Republican Club of cell, lobby and to another
to bond for the replacement
Mantoloking-Bay Head will host Clean borough building on
of the firehouse doors in
Ocean Action Executive Director Downer Avenue to be
town at the regular monthly
Cindy Zipf at a luncheon. Cost is $20 determined at a later date,
meeting late last month.
per person. Kindly RSVP by Monday, Mantoloking Police Lt. John JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE OCEAN STAR
“They’re just old,” said
April 16 to Bonnie St. John, 732-920- Barcus said this week. The Mantoloking Council recently approved funds to replace the firehouse’s existing doors.
Council President Steven
1488 or email@example.com. Annual The cameras will be a
Gillingham, of the Downer
dues of $25 can be paid at the door. way to better monitor
Avenue firehouse’s existing
assets such as patrol and No. 4,” which is an access- Caitlin Stolzenthaler covers firstname.lastname@example.org or
CLEAN OCEAN ACTION BEACH personal vehicles, as well as way from Barnegat Lane to Mantoloking for The Ocean Star. She 732-899-7606 Ext 10.
The fire department’s
the front of the police sta- the bay, explained Mayor can be reached at
SWEEPS trucks “just about fit”
tion, Lt. Barcus said. Nebel. Around $5,000 of
Date: Saturday, April 21 through the doors current-
The cameras will likely capital improvement fund-
Time: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ly, Mr. Gillingham said,
be installed in around three ing will subsidize the over-
Location: Lyman Avenue, adding that a modern fire
months, said Lt. Barcus, all cost of the project,
Williams Place, and Downer truck is typically larger
who is in the process of which will also be paid for
than the current doors
Avenue beachfronts obtaining project price with grant funding, said the
Clean Ocean Action will hosts its bi- quotes. mayor.
Replacing the doors is a
annual beach sweep clean-up efforts The council also intro- The second and final
matter of “general upkeep,”
for all interested volunteers. duced an ordinance to reading of each ordinance
For more information and, or, to regis- finance the improvement of will be at the regular coun-
ter, visit www.cleanoceanaction.org
The project is estimated
“ADA [Americans with cil meeting set for April 23
or contact Courtney Bixby at cbbix- at a cost of $22,000.
Disabilities Act] walkway at 4:3o p.m. in borough hall.
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
Date: Monday, April 23
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Downer Ave.
Caregivers on hand to help
Regular monthly council meeting will
be held. local seniors at no charge
GOLF OUTING THE OCEAN STAR dementia or Alzheimer’s dis- is to assist the frail and
Date: Monday, May 7 ease. homebound elderly with
Time: noon luncheon, 1:30 Caregiver Volunteers of “We are especially reach- everyday tasks enabling
shot-gun start Central Jersey [CVCJ], a ing out to our Brick, Point them to remain independent
Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club, nonprofit agency active in Pleasant and Point Pleasant in their own homes. All serv-
2 Augusta Blvd., Lakewood Ocean County, is committed Beach residents and those on ices provided are free.
The 12th Annual Caring Classic Golf to enabling the frail and eld- the barrier island in More than 1,000 volun-
Outing to benefit Caregiver erly of Ocean County remain Normandy, Mantoloking, teers assist more than 2,000
Volunteers of Central Jersey [CVCJ], living independently in their and Bay Head who may be senior citizens each month
the nonprofit agency dedicated to home. living by themselves, or with transportation to med-
helping the frail and elderly of Ocean Volunteers are available socially isolated and not ical appointments, grocery
County with free services, will be now to help seniors or adult know about our program,” shopping, relief for SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
held Monday, May 7. children taking care of an said Mary Malagiere, manag- Alzheimer’s disease care-
Deadline for registration and sponsor- elderly family member. The er of Volunteers for CVCJ. givers, reassuring telephone A JUMP START ON SUMMER
ship is April 29. Luncheon begins at service is free and there is no “We help seniors who are no calls, friendly and pet visits. A sunbather reclined by the sea in Mantoloking with a mag-
noon; shot-gun start at 1:30, dinner, income eligibility. longer driving and we ask CVCJ has two locations azine on a recent pleasant day.
awards, and prize board beginning at Volunteers are available now members of the community serving Ocean County:
5:30. Kevin Williams, host of WOBM’s to provide grocery shopping who are ‘out and about’ to Whiting, 30 Lacey Rd., and
Hometown View, will be the dinner [they shop for those in share the information about Toms River, 253 Chestnut St.
emcee. Reservations and sponsor- need]; make reassuring CVCJ with neighbors and For more information, call
ships can be reserved by calling 732- phone calls, friendly and pet friends who may need our Ms. Malagiere at 732-505-
849-2719 or 732-505-2273 or emailing visits; and respite care for help.” 2273, ext. 211, or visit
email@example.com. families caring for loved CVCJ is a nonprofit inter- www.caregivervolunteers.or
ones with chronic illness, faith agency whose mission g.
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night Lavallette Council meetings. No The Catholic Daughters of
appointments are necessary and all St. Bonaventure are now selling 2012
are welcome. entertainment books. Proceeds go to
local charities around the community.
ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS ON SALE
LAVALLETTE Date: Ongoing
Cost: $30 each
Contact: Sophie, 732-793-1821
To submit a calendar listing
or Lavallette story, email
firstname.lastname@example.org Lavallette art
shown in Brielle
Date: April 16 Juried art show, Award for “Baba.”
Time: 12:30 p.m. • The Law Firm of
Location: First Aid Building, reception to be held Lomurro, Davison, Eastman
Washington Avenue and Bay
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
April 28 from 2-5 p.m. and Munoz Award will be
Blvd. presented to Howell resident
Cost: $3 donation BY CAREN CATERINA Michael Smith for “The
There will be prizes, dessert & coffee. PORK DINNER SET FOR MAY 5 THE OCEAN STAR Garden State.”
The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lavallette Volunteer Fire Company will host the 13th annual Pork • The Squan Custom
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Dinner. Dinner will be served by the ladies auxiliary — like Karen Klai [from left] and Sue BRIELLE — The public Frame Award will be present-
Date: April 20 McLaughlin did last year — from 4 to 8 p.m. at the First Aid building, on Washington and Bay library, here, is not just a ed to Wall resident Marie De
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. avenues, on May 5. Dinner will cost $12 for adults and $6 for children and will include pork, veg- building of shelves stacked Marco for “Wall of the
Location: First aid building, etables, apple sauce, dessert, and beverages. BYOB. Call Marilyn 732-793-1960 or Kathy 732- with new arrivals and best- Roses.”
Washington Avenue & Bay Blvd. 830-2406 for more information. sellers. • Manasquan resident Jack
The library is a haven for Bakes will receive the Joe
Cost: Fill a bag for $5 on Friday;
local artists and art lovers, Leone’s Italian Cuisine
Saturday $3 830-4787; Gary Adams - 732- Contact: Nick Zaccaria - 732- There will be 5-inch and 10-inch hang- alike. Award for “Man in a Grey
There will be clothing, household 854-0323; Bill Haight - 732-250- 793-1936; Rich Traverso - 732- ing plants available. For a second year in a row Suit.”
items, books, and more. Donations 2151 267-0138 at the Brielle Public Library, • The Manasquan Savings
may be dropped off Thursday, April 19 DANCE PARTY & GIFT AUCTION
The Holy Name Society of St. Pio of Simon’s Soup Kitchen will hold a pasta the Manasquan River Group Award will be given to
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. No furniture Pietrelcina Church will host a all-you- night fundraiser on May 4 in the parish Date: June 23 of Artists [MRGA] will host Howell resident Joy Clayton
accepted. can-eat beefsteak dinner fundraiser in center of St. Pio. Dinner includes all- Time: 7 to 11 p.m. [doors open at a juried art show, reception for “Belmar Kite Festival.”
the parish center. Donation includes you-can-eat pasta, salad, and dessert. 6:30 p.m.] and awards ceremony. • Leonia Mroczkowski, of
SPAGHETTI DINNER beer and soda. BYOB. The reception, which is Neptune, will receive The
Location: St. Pio’s parish center,
Date: April 20 free and open to the public, Local Restaurant Dining
Route 35 North
Time: 5 to 8 p.m. COUNCIL MEETING GOLD & SILVER PARTY will be held on Saturday, Award [Simko’s Grill, Squan
Cost: $20 per person
Location: Union Church, Date: April 23 Date: May 6 April 28, from 2 to 5 p.m. Tavern, Lobster Shanty] for
Contact: 732-793-2557 or dona-
Philadelphia Avenue Time: 7 p.m. Time: 1 to 3 p.m. The public is encouraged “Delaware Water Gap.”
Cost: $8 for adults; $6 for stu- Location: Borough Hall, Grand Location: St. Pio parish center, Donations of Love will hold a dance
to attend this reception. • Spring Lake Heights resi-
dents Central Avenue Route 35 North party and gift auction fundraiser to dent Bobbie Crane will
The Lavallette Elementary School The Catholic Daughters of the benefit local animal shelters. Tickets PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND receive the Rocco’s Pizza
Class of 2012 will host their annual BOE MEETING Americas, Court St. Bonaventure, are available pre-sale only and there is The art is part of a special Award for “A Day At the
spaghetti dinner to fundraise for the Date: April 25 Lavallette will host a Gold and Silver a limited quantity available. Adults exhibit that will be dis- Beach.”
annual 8th grade trip to Gettysburg, Party on May 6. All are invited. No only please. Soda, water, coffee and played now through June. • The Manasquan Art
Time: 7 p.m.
Pa. Take out is available. charge. dessert will be provided. BYOB. Each piece of art in this Gallery Award will be pre-
Location: Lavallette Elementary juried exhibit including oils, sented to Brick resident Elsa
BEEFSTEAK DINNER School, Brooklyn Avenue acrylics, pen, ink, and water Herrmann for “Monterosso,
GERANIUM SALE MAYOR HOLDS OFFICE HOURS
Date: Saturday, April 21 Date: May 11 and 12 Date: Every Friday before a colors is available for pur- Italy.”
SOUP KITCHEN chase throughout the three- Mr. Pedersen will conduct
Time: 6:30 p.m. Time: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. scheduled council meeting
Date: May 4 month exhibit. the awards ceremony at 3
Location: St. Pio Parish Center, Location: Firehouse, Washington Time: 3 p.m.
Location: St. Pio of Pietrelcina, According to Gail p.m.
Route 35 North and Bay Avenue Location: Borough Hall
Route 35 North Williams, who is active with Members of the public will
Cost: $30 donation The Lavallette Fire Company Ladies Mayor Walter LaCicero holds office
Cost: $10 adults; $5 children the Brielle Public Library also be able to meet and talk
Contact: Jack McCormack - 732- Auxiliary will host a geranium sale. hours every Friday before Monday- and helps organize art with the artists, as well as
[age 5 to 12]
exhibits, the original work of enjoy some food and enter-
an approximated 50 artists tainment, Ms. Williams said.
was recently judged by
gallery director, collector and NOT JUST BOOKS
art historian Roy Pedersen. “This is the second year
Mr. Pedersen is an art his- they [MRGA] have done this
torian and dealer out of here,” library director Leslie
Lambertville, and owner of Naughton said.
the Pedersen Gallery. Ms. Naughton noted this
During the April 28 event, art show is “very different
12 local artists will receive from all the art shows we
awards for their work. have” at the library.
Ms. Williams said all of the Ms. Naughton said instead
awards were contributed by of having only two or three
local area businesses. Some artists display several pieces
merchants will even be at the of their work at the library,
library to present their there are many different
awards to the respective artists who bring in one
artist. piece to display.
“And there is a much
OUTSTANDING ARTISTS broader variety [of art],” Ms.
The winners of the juried Naughton said.
art show are as follows. As the winners of the
• Mary Jo Austin, of juried art show were already
Lavallette, will receive the selected, Ms. Naughton said
Frederick Galleries Award a plaque is underneath each
for “Tending Monet’s piece of art so people can
Garden.” see who won the awards.
• Mona Kirk, of Ms. Naughton encouraged
Manasquan, will receive the local residents to come by
Ahern Copy Center certifi- and see the art, whether on
cate for “The Confrontation.” any day now through June,
• Noni Dickerson, of or, at the reception on April
Brielle, will be awarded the 28.
Archive Print Company cer- For details, contact the
tificate for “Season’s End.” main desk at the Brielle
• The Main Street Gallery Public Library, which is
Award will be presented to located at 610 South Street.
Joan Wallace, of Manasquan, For more information on
for “We and our Shadows.” the art show, call the library
• Sheila Mickle Soyster, of at 732-528-9381.
Brick, will receive The
Algonquin Arts Theatre
for April 17 to 19
THE OCEAN STAR idency [rental receipt, lease,
tax bill], proof of immuniza-
The Lavallette Elementary tions and a physical exam
School Kindergarten within the last six months is
Roundup will be held April 17 required. A limited number
to 19 in the school health of tuition positions may be
office, located on Brooklyn available.
Avenue. The immunization
Health screening will be requirements are as follows:
done by appointment only. 4 DPT; 3 polio; 3 pepatitis B
Call 732-793-7722, extension vaccine; 2 MMR and at least 1
200, to schedule an appoint- HIB. The last DPT and polio
ment. Parents are reminded immunization must be given
to bring their child to the after age 4. One dose of the
health screening. Varicella [chicken pox] vac-
Children entering kinder- cine is required on or after
garten must be five years old the child’s first birthday for
on or before Oct. 1. The students wishing to enter
child’s official raised-seal kindergarten or first grade.
birth certificate, proof of res-
LAVALLETTE FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 5
Budget adoption moved
to next meeting, April 23
Majority of council Chris Parlow said. Environment Protection
members not present • The second reading of [DEP] issued the official
the ordinance to refund license for the borough to
to vote on budget water and sewer bonds to complete dredging under
the borough was held until the West Point Island
BY COLLEEN KING the next meeting because a bridge.
THE OCEAN STAR majority of the entire coun- Mr. Parlow said license
cil was not present. issuing fits right in with
LAVALLETTE — The second The borough is looking to proposed June start date for
reading and tentative adop- refinance four water and the dredging. The exact cost
tion of the 2012 municipal sewer bonds from the late of the dredging is not yet
budget was held until the 1990s in order to receive a know, although the borough
April 23 meeting. lower interest rate that will saved close to $30,000 in
During Tuesday’s council save the borough some- engineering fees by reapply-
meeting, under the advise- where in the range of ing for a permit to dredge
ment of borough attorney $800,000 over the life of the under the New Jersey
Philip George, Mayor Walter bonds. Permit Extension Act,
LaCicero and the rest of In order to pass a bond signed into law by former
council agreed to postpone ordinance, a majority of governor Jon Corzine in
the budget adoption until authorized council mem- 2008. SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
next meeting. bers have to be present to The act allows certain
Councilmen Robert Lamb vote, Mr. George said. types of permits to be NETWORKING THROUGH THE LBA
and Lee Horan were not • The council passed a extended without going
Bob Versheck, of Kalfus Custom Signs in Lavallette, chatted with Bruno Hornung, of Lavallette
present. Both were previous- resolution to establish the through the expensive and
Printing, at the open house the Lavallette Business Association hosted this past Wednesday on
ly approved absences by the beach badge office’s hours complicated reapplication
council. for the upcoming summer process for simple mainte-
Council President Anita season. nance dredging.
Zalom was not present due From May 11 until June 18, •The 2012 calendar of
to a family emergency. the beach badge office will events for the Lavallette
Filippone and Councilmen
Michael Stodgill and Jim
Joanne be open Friday through
Monday. It will be open
Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. and
Municipal Alliance was
approved by the council.
The events include, but
Hands-on business experience
Borowski were present.
In order to adopt the
budget, there must be a
Monday from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. On Friday, June 1, the
and are not limited to, a town-
wide garage sale on June 2,
Heritage Day on Sept. 10, a
for Lavallette resident at college
majority of council members office will be open from 10 125th anniversary parade on Lavallette’s Sean Farrell Lauren Fernandez, of Spring all my work is accessible
present — which would be a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 23 and Movies on the Lake Heights. wherever I am.”
four, as the mayor does not Starting June 22, the office Bay every Tuesday night in gains real-world The students were given Kate Nelson, who is han-
count toward the vote on the will be open every day from the summer. experience an opportunity to put their dling public relations for the
budget unless there is a tie, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The last day education to work in the real class, said the hands-on
according to Mr. George. the office will be open is Colleen King covers Lavallette for The BY COLLEEN KING world with a start-up compa- experience for her and her
Next meeting, the council September 3. Ocean Star. She can be reached at THE OCEAN STAR ny. fellow students is priceless.
anticipates a majority to be • The Bureau of email@example.com or 732-899- Each team was given a She said it was a much more
present. A public hearing on Tidelands Management of 7606 Ext 14. LAVALLETTE — Some local $3,000 budget which was to valuable experience for all
the budget will be held at the Department of students are part of a proud be used to bring their mar- the students that the compa-
that time. team selected to produce an keting plans to life. nies involved.
The proposed total munic- effective marketing cam- “[This] is a unique oppor- “I am so happy to have had
ipal budget for the year is paign for a start-up company tunity that allows us to gain this opportunity because it
$7,533,949. The amount of with a real budget of $3,000. real world, hands-on experi- allows us to gain real world
funds that would be raised Students in a marketing ence that will be valued by experience and work with a
through local taxation is strategy class at East our potential future employ- real budget,” Ms. Fernandez
$5,026,208. Carolina University [ECU], ers,” Ms. Fernandez said. said. “This semester has been
That will result in a tax located in Greenville, N.C. — All 12 campuses will be hard work, but we are very
rate of 26.8 cents per $100 of along with 11 other schools able to pitch their creative impressed with the creative
assessed valuation for throughout the country — plans to startUP Productions tactics that we have imple-
municipal purposes. There is were selected to participate later this semester with the mented.”
no increase in the tax rate in a marketing challenge possibility the company will The students will continue
from the 2011 budget. Last from startUP Productions. use their actual marketing to work on the campaign
year, the amount raised The challenge left each campaign and ideas. throughout the rest of the
through local taxation was respective school responsi- “Working and marketing a semester with the hopes
$5,000,852. ble for researching, imple- company like Zaahah in the their hard work will pay off
The next council meeting menting and evaluating an classroom setting is a great to see their ideas implement-
will be held at 7 p.m. on integrated marketing cam- opportunity that can provide ed in a professional, national
April 23 in borough hall on paign aimed at increasing value and experience later marketing campaign.
Grand Central Avenue. awareness for a relatively down the line when I gradu-
In other meeting news: unknown search engine — ate,” Mr. Farrell said. “It’s a Colleen King covers Lavallette for The
• The Island Junior zaahah.com. great site that can let me Ocean Star. She can be reached at
Baseball League received Lavallette’s own Sean search and organize my life firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-899-
approval to have its senior Farrell, who is a senior at — whether it be in New 7606 Ext 14.
league use the borough field ECU, is part of the team, as is Jersey or North Carolina, and
for their summer league.
The senior league — with
13- to 15-year-old partici-
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
pants — is the only league
that will be playing this
year, according to
LBA OPENS ITS DOORS
Councilman Michael Lavallette Business Association [LBA] president Mark Speaker,
Stodgill. of Lavallette, helped host the first LBA Open House on Brown
The councilman cited Avenue. The open house was open to all barrier island business-
decreased enrollment as the es this past Wednesday.
reason for having the senior
league being the only open
one, but encouraged the
public to come support the “TOP DOCTORS of NEW YORK”
children playing during
what is sure to be an excel- for 11 YEARS
lent baseball season.
• The vendor license bid 20+ Years of New York Experience
auction on April 2 netted
the borough $12,000 in ven-
dor fees. Patricia C. McCormack, M.D., F.A.A.D.
This year, the borough Adult & Pediatric Dermatology
moved to a competitive auc- Cosmetic & Laser Surgery
tion for the five vendor
licenses up for grabs — pri- Dermatologic Surgery
marily used for ice cream
vendors in the summer. 732.295.1331
This was the first time the
vendor licenses were held
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Last year, the borough Offices in Pt. Pleasant Beach*Staten Island*Linden
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PAGE 6 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 POINT PLEASANT BEACH
The Ladies Auxiliary of Ocean Fire Co. Time: 12:30 to 6 p.m. tizers, door prizes, 50/50 raffle.
No. 1 will host a Zumba fundraiser on Location: Central United
Mondays until May 21. The cost of $6 Methodist Church, Arnold BOOSTER GOLF OUTING
per weekly class. Avenue Date: May 15
BEACH COUNCIL MEETING
Date: April 17
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Contact: Katie Wilford at 732-
Time: 11:45 a.m. barbeque lunch;
12:30 golf start; 6:30 p.m.
To submit a calendar listing
Location: Borough Hall, New
The congregation of Central United Location: Gamblers Ridge Golf
Methodist church will host “Matthew’s Club, Jackson; dinner at
Table” — a soup kitchen — the fourth Martell’s Sea Breeze, Boardwalk
Thursday of each month. Cost: $100 for the entire day
or Point Beach story, email NITE AT THE RACES Contact: Greg Moberg at 908-
email@example.com Date: April 20 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING 330-2726
Time: 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Date: April 27 The Garnet Gulls Booster Association
Location: Martell’s Tiki Bar, Time: 7:30 p.m. of Point Pleasant Beach High School
Boardwalk Location: G. Harold Antrim will host its 10th Annual Scholarship
JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE COAST STAR
PANCAKE BREAKFAST Cost: $50 per person Elementary School, Niblick Golf Outing. Proceeds will go towards
Date: Sunday, April 15 Contact: Tracey Jackson - 732-
CLASSIC CAR CRUISE TO RETURN Street scholarships for Beach seniors.
Time: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location: Durand Masonic The G. Harold Antrim PTO will be host- May 6 will mark the inaugural classic car cruise this year, host- SPAGHETTI DINNER BEAUTIFICATION SEEKS
Lodge, Richmond Avenue ing the eighth-annual Nite at the ed by the Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce. The Date: Saturday, April 28 MEMBERS
Races. Price includes 4 hours open bar cruise will take place in downtown Point Pleasant Beach around Contact: Dave Cavagnaro, 732-
Cost: $5 - adults; $3 children Time: 4 to 7 p.m.
and all-you-can-eat buffet. Advance Arnold Avenue from 12 to 4 p.m. and will include antique cars, 899-3331
Contact: 732-921-9839 tickets are required. Ticket sales will Location: Central United
collectible cars, hot rods, trucks, motorcycles and live music. The Point Pleasant Beach
benefit Beach High School PTO schol- This is a free event. The rain date will be May 13. Methodist Church, Arnold
Avenue Beautification Committee is currently
SPRING CONCERT arships and 50/50 proceeds will bene-
seeking members who enjoy garden-
Date: Sunday, April 15 fit Music parents Association scholar- Contact: Katie Wilford at 732-
ing and would like to make the town
Time: 3 p.m. ships and band competitions. Time: Pleasure Park 9 a.m. - 12 for counselors and camp director. 691-6764 look nice.
Location: St. Mary’s by-the-Sea p.m.; Antrim 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. Applications can be found at point- The ATTIC [Anchoring Today’s Teens in
Episcopal Church, Bay and MISS POINT HIGH Cost: $180 per child - kinder- pleasantbeach.org. Christ] will be hosting a spaghetti din-
GOOSE FORCE SEEKS MEMBERS
Atlantic avenues Date: April 21 garten through eighth grade ner. Proceeds will help pay for the
GIFT AUCTION ATTIC mission trip this summer.
Cost: $10 to join
Cost: Free-will offering to bene- Time: 7 p.m. only
Date: Thursday, April 26 Contact: Karen Mills, Board of
fit St. Mary’s outreach ministries Location: Beach High School Rec runs Monday through Friday from
Time: 11:30 a.m. WINE TASTING Health Officer & Dog Warden
Contact: 732-892-9254 Ext. 3 gym, Forman Avenue 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from June 25
The Point Pleasant Beach Goose Force,
Harry Eichhorn and the Atlantic Wind Cost: $6 students & seniors; $8 through Aug. 3. Please bring proof of Location: Lobster Shanty, Date: May 10
which allows registered, unleashed
Ensemble will perform a spring con- adults residency or property ownership. Channel Drive Time: 7 to 10 p.m. dogs, accompanied by their owners, to
cert to usher in the new season. The annual Miss Point High show will Payment by check or cash only. Cost: $28 Cost: $25 chase geese at the borough lakes,
host six candidates singing, dancing, Contact: 732-899-2310 Location: The American Grill, Little League field and G. Harold
ZUMBA and performing skits. APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED All proceeds from the event will go Arnold Avenue Antrim Elementary School, is looking
Date: Monday, April 16 Date: Until April 20 towards philanthropic endeavors of Contact: Camille at 908-783- for members. The fee to join is $10,
Time: 6:30 p.m. SUMMER REC SIGN-UPS Contact: Karen Mills 732-892- the Woman’s Club of Point Pleasant. 7865 and proof of rabies vaccine is required
Location: Ocean Fire Co. No. 1, Date: April 21 and May 12 at 3757 Proceeds will benefit the Animal if the owner is a non-resident.
Arnold Avenue Pleasure Park; April 24 - 26 in Point Pleasant Beach Recreation SOUP KITCHEN Welfare Committee’s Trap, Neuter,
Cost: $6 Antrim auditorium Department is accept job applications Date: Thursday, April 26 Release [TNR] program. Includes appe-
Likelihood of wild fires remains high due to dry, windy conditions
FIRES borough, and there had been Monday was also contained. ening homes, property, natu-
no reports of fire in town. The Forest Fire Service has ral resources and human
FROM PAGE ONE In Mantoloking, Police been responding to numer- lives, yet most are preventa-
Chief Mark Wright said in a ous smaller fires across the ble.
The likelihood of fires
phone call that no smoke state, most of which have Follow these guidelines to
across the state remains
could be smelled from area been in the range of several reduce the risk of fires:
fires, nor were there any acres or less. • Use ashtrays in vehicles.
There was a 20-acre wild-
reports from residents. Mr. Drake said the continu- Discarding cigarettes, match-
fire in Barnegat Township
The State Forest Fire ally dry and windy weather is es and smoking materials is a
the Forest Fire Service
Service is continuing to gath- still making forested areas violation of New Jersey law.
responded to on Tuesday.
er evidence into the cause of vulnerable to fire. • Obtain necessary permits
Local fire departments pro-
the Barnegat fire, which was “It is critical that the public for campfires. Do not leave
vided protection to struc-
reported at 12:07 a.m. exercise extreme caution fires unattended. Douse
tures in the area.
Monday, and considers its when near wooded areas,” them completely. Keep
The wildfire that burned
origin suspicious. Mr. Drake said. “Report any matches and lighters away
approximately 1,000 acres in
Forest Fire Service Acting suspicious activity to your from children. Teach them
Tabernacle and Woodland
Chief Michael Drake said the local police or to the New the dangers of fire.
Township in the heart of the
Forest Fire Service will work Jersey Forest Fire Service.” • People living in the forest
Pinelands on Monday is still
with local authorities as the The fire danger level con- should maintain a defensible
investigation into the recent tinues to be listed as extreme buffer by clearing vegetation
Point Pleasant Police Chief
fires continues. Mr. Drake in Burlington, Atlantic, within 30 feet of any struc-
Larry Williams said the
asked that anyone with infor- Camden, Cape May, tures. Also, make sure fire
department did not receive
mation contact Division B of Cumberland, Gloucester, trucks can pass down your
calls from residents claiming AMANDA STONE THE OCEAN STAR
the State Forest Fire Service Salem, Monmouth and driveway.
to have smelled smoke from
at 609-726-9010. Point Pleasant Fire Company Station 75 firefighters Michael Ormsby Ocean counties, as well as • Report suspicious vehi-
the fire south of the local
“Any person who deliber- [left] and Jesse Waterson routinely check the company’s equipment Middlesex County south of cles and individuals. Arson is
ately or maliciously sets a in order to make sure everything is up to par. the Raritan River. In the rest a major cause of forest fires
The Bay Head Police
forest fire in New Jersey will of the state, the fire danger in New Jersey.
Department did not receive
be prosecuted to the fullest Winslow Township that the Joint Base McGuire-Dix- level remains high. All of the wildfires that
calls from residents, either.
extent of the law,” Mr. Drake Forest Fire Service respond- Lakehurst in Burlington In Burlington, Monmouth occurred this past week are
Lavallette Fire Chief
said. ed to on Friday were under County reported the 300- and Ocean counties, and contained or have been
Arthur Reece said fire activi-
Two larger wildfires in full control earlier this week. acre fire reported at the base Middlesex County south of extinguished, Department of
ty had been “quiet” in the
the Raritan River, stage three Environmental Protection
campfire restrictions remain spokesman Bob Considine
— meaning all fires in wood- said yesterday.
ed areas are prohibited Mr. Considine said the fire
unless contained in an elevat- danger levels remained high
ed stove using only propane, because the area is still vul-
gas or electricity. nerable to more fires.
Northern New Jersey is at For more information on
a stage one campfire restric- wildfires, fire safety and
tion and southern New Forest Fire Service contact
Jersey is at a stage two numbers, visit www.njwild-
Wildfires can spread
quickly in New Jersey, threat-
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OCEAN COUNTY’S OLDEST CATHOLIC SCHOOL
GOOD DIET CONTRIBUTES TO SPERM HEALTH
As the saying goes, “you are medicine and comprehensive
what you eat.” When care to improve the health of
OPEN HOUSE 9-11am researchers analyzed the diets of
men undergoing in vitro fertil-
ization (IVF) treatments with
men young and old. If you have
concerns about your reproduc-
tive health and would like to
their spouses, they found that speak with a urologist call 732-
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25th what the men ate and drank had
direct bearing on the outcome of
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at 2401 Highway 35 (Orchard
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“Academic excellence is reflected in the quality of our core curriculum as set by the Diocese of ate a range of foods, including
fruits, vegetables, grains, meat,
for the office at 525 Jack
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Trenton, the success of our commitment to our community and now more than ever, our belief and fish, as well as how much Brick. We treat genitourinary
they smoked or drank alcohol. problems for adults and chil-
in the importance of prayer, as a part of everyday life as well as in the classroom setting.” The men’s sperm was checked dren.
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POINT PLEASANT BEACH FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 7
Proposed district 4 parking plan scheduled for a vote on Tuesday
Pleasant Beach residents Memorial Day to the O’Hara has previously said reading, they would act on The ordinance is on for
PARKING that urged them to attend Monday after Labor Day. the enforcement on the approving the roads after second reading and a public
FROM PAGE ONE the council meetings and The fine for anyone found police department’s end that decision, Councilman hearing this coming
speak out against the plan. in violation of the proposed would take some getting Corbally said. Tuesday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in
deal with the influx of peo- Councilman Corbally, plan could run up to $2,000, used to. The councilman added borough hall on New Jersey
ple that flood the Shore who also owns Barefoot according to the proposed There is not history of a that he had only spoken to Avenue.
town each summer. Real Estate in Point Pleasant ordinance. type of plan such as the one the county engineer and not
In 2008, an ad-hoc parking Beach, made it clear that a District 4 is the part of the proposed, so getting the the freeholders. A decision Colleen King covers Point Pleasant
committee was formed to mailer, sent out by the NJAR borough that lies north of department up to speed on to grant permission to use th Beach for The Ocean Star. She can be
address the parking problem to all Point Pleasant Beach the center of Arnold Avenue the rules and regulations of roads lies with the freehold- reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
and generate revenue-mak- residents, had “vague state- and east of the railroad the plan, if it passes, would ers alone — the county engi- or 732-899-7606 Ext 14.
ing parking plans. The plans ments and misleading infor- tracks. take time. neer can only make recom-
the committee developed — mation.” This past summer, resi- However, he has said lim- mendations.
which included plans for The mailer was paid for dents of districts 3 and 4 iting where the tourists can
paid parking — gained little the NJAR Issues reported some of the most keep their cars — such as A BRIEF HISTORY OF PARKING IN POINT PLEASANT BEACH
council or community sup- Mobilization Political disruptive behavior to date forcing them to park in
port, and the committee was Action Committee. from tourists — the resi- municipal lots — would Early March 2008
disbanded in 2009. Bruce Shapiro, NJAR local dents cited incidents public make the late-night issues Permit parking plan rejected by council
In 2010, at the reorganiza- government and regulatory urination, domestic violence easier to handle if limited to
tion meeting, Mayor affairs coordinator, said the and noise violations as some a smaller area. Late March 2008
Barrella said he would not association felt it necessary of the intolerable behavior Councilman Corbally said Ad-hoc Parking Committee formed to investigate paid parking plan
bring up another paid park- to send out the mailer that that was disrupting their at the last meeting he had options for the borough
ing plan. stated its viewpoint. He said quality of life in the bor- spoken with the county Made up of 10 residents and business owners with council liaisons
In 2011, Councilman the NJAR represents resi- ough. engineer about the feasibili- John Dixon and Kristine Tooker
Corbally suggested a non- dential taxpayers who own The thought behind limit- ty of the freeholders approv-
binding referendum that rental property. ing parking on the street to ing the use of the county
Parking Committee’s paid [pay-by-phone] parking plan was pre-
was placed on the “Everything in the post- residents only was that it roads that lie in district 4 for
sented to council
November election. The ref- card is factually correct,” would limit the amount of the proposed parking pro-
erendum asked voters to Mr. Shapiro said recently. tourists passing through res- gram. Proposal was tabled
weigh in on whether they “It’s ironic to see that a town idential areas to retrieve The councilman said the Committee presented two alternate plans, which also received no
favored resident- and tax- that relies so much on their cars after a night on county engineer saw no council or community support
payer-only street parking in tourism is trying to make it the boardwalk. immediate problem with the January 2010
residential areas. The refer- more difficult for people to Signs would have to be proposal. At the re-organization meeting, Mayor Vincent Barrella vowed to
endum failed by just under park in the section of town posted along the roads the Earlier this week, not bring up paid parking again
70 votes. by the boardwalk.” proposal would affect. Councilman Corbally said
Councilman Corbally’s Councilman Corbally has Councilman Corbally said while he had not received Fall 2011
current proposed ordinance repeatedly said the aim of the signs — according to fig- any further information A non-binding referendum on the November election ballot that
is similar to the non-binding the pilot parking program — ures he received last year for about a decision from the asked voters if there were in favor of taxpayer/resident parking in
referendum question put out which would only go into both districts 3 and 4 — Ocean County Board of residential areas failed by 67 votes.
for a vote in November 2011. effect for one year until it would be about $30,000, so Chosen Freeholders, the March 2012
The New Jersey can be evaluated as to its the signs for just District 4 engineer had said the coun- Councilman Michael Corbally introduced a parking plan that would
Association of Realtors effectiveness — was to give would come in somewhere cil should move forward limit street parking in district 4 from 12 to 6 a.m. to resident park-
[NJAR] recently became quality of life back to the under that, although the with the second reading. ing pass holders
involved in the parking residents of district 4. The exact figure was not avail- County officials said if the
debate after the organization plan would be in effect from able. ordinance does get
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Bar negotiations still ongoing,
ordinance should be on for vote
BY COLLEEN KING mer. the maximum occupancy
THE OCEAN STAR District 4 residents were the liquor-licensed estab-
vocal last summer about the lishment was issued by the
POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Last disrespectful tourist behav- borough’s fire marshall.
week, the borough council ior that became a normal If all liquor-serving estab-
decided to hold the second occurrence on late weekend lishments in town were to
reading of the controversial nights. Councilman Corbally pay to stay open to 2 a.m.,
bar ordinance that would has said the monies raised the plan would net the bor-
require bars to close at mid- from the proposed ordi- ough more than $700,000
night — unless a fee is paid nance would be used toward annually.
— until its April 17 meeting. police and sanitation servic- Last week, Mayor Barrella
Borough officials cited es in district 4. recommended holding off
ongoing talks with board- While the council has the on the ordinance “in light of
walk businesses as the rea- authority to impose restric- ongoing discussions
son for the ordinance post- tions on the sale of liquor, it between members of the
ponement, and remained does not have the authority governing body and some of
mum on specifics of those to “pick and choose” which the stakeholders.”
talks this week. districts are affected by the This week, Mayor Barrella
STEVE WEXLER THE OCEAN STAR In late March, with the ordinance, according to bor- said he did not wish to com-
council’s votes tied on the ough attorney Sean Gertner. ment on the status of the bar
CRAZY CARNIVAL COSTUME introduction of the ordi-
nance, Mayor Vincent
In exchange for the modi-
fied hours after midnight,
ordinance, although the
mayor did say the ordinance
Jack Shamy, 9, of Point Pleasant Beach, was all decked out at the Parent Teacher Organization Barrella voted in favor of the the businesses would be would still be on the agenda
Carnival, held recently at the G. Harold Antrim Elementary School. first reading of the bar ordi- responsible for a payment for the next council meeting.
nance that would require that would “mitigate the Jenkinson’s marketing
bars in town to close at mid- cost of providing police and director Marilou Halvorsen
night, unless they pay a fee sanitation service occa- said this week the negotia-
to extend their hours in half- sioned by their choice to tions were still ongoing and
hour increments up to 2 a.m. extend their period of oper- she could not comment any
Councilwoman Kristine ation,” according to further about what was
Tooker and councilmen Bret Councilman Corbally. going on behind closed
Gordon and Michael Any money collected by doors.
Corbally voted to introduce the borough under this pro- Councilman Mayer, who
the ordinance and council- vision would be used to has been sitting in on the
men Bill Mayer, Tim Lurie ensure the safety and quality discussions — along with
and Stephen Reid voted of life of residents and prop- Councilman Gordon — with
against it. erty owners. Funds would the bar owners in town, said,
The ordinance, as intro- also be used to cover the as of this week, the second
duced, would ban alcohol cost of providing sanitation reading would still be on the
sales from 12 to 6 a.m. in workers and police, which agenda.
town, excepting those bars the council believes would “There are continued dis-
that chose to pay an annual be required because a busi- cussions and I’m hoping
fee based on the establish- ness is staying open later something works out by
ment’s maximum occupan- than midnight, according to Tuesday [April 17],”
cy. Councilman Corbally. Councilman Mayer said.
The limitations of the The amount of the pay- “I’m hoping there is signifi-
hours of operation would ment would depend on the cant progress by Tuesday.”
affect every liquor license in length of time an establish- Councilman Mayer said
the borough — from 709 to ment would want to stay that while he hopes for
Martell’s, to the Point open, as well as its maxi- progress before the meeting,
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
Pleasant Elks Lodge. mum occupancy level. the public should expect the
From the plan’s inception, As the ordinance stands ordinance to be on the agen-
CELEBRATING THE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES council members have said
the restrictions will help
now, each business would be
charged $25 per person, per
da for April 17.
The next borough council
This year’s Hall of Fame inductees for the Point Pleasant Beach Public Education Foundation address the quality-of-life extra one-half hour the meeting will be on April 17
[PPBPEF] included Jennifer Hunziker-Kelber [from left], of New York; Pete Ryan, of Virginia; John problems that affected the establishment wants to stay at 7 p.m. in borough hall on
Amelchenko, of Point Pleasant Beach; Ray Ellis, of Florida; and John Pasola, of Point Pleasant borough — particularly dis- open, up to an additional New Jersey Avenue.
Beach. The group was recognized at the recent PPBPEF Hall of Fame Dinner. trict 4, primarily located two hours. The per-person
near the beach — last sum- figure would be based on
POINT PLEASANT BEACH FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 9
Yoga & U to host
Organization hosting range of motion, how to
stretch before and after par-
flexibility and range ticipating in exercise, and
of motion workshop how to achieve effortless
THE OCEAN STAR All levels of students are
welcome — from beginner to
Yoga & U will host a com-
munity spring workshop in
All proceeds from the
flexibility and range of
workshop will be donated to
motion at Sacred OM Yoga
the Yoga & U Foundation,
Studio on Arnold Avenue in
Inc. Payments can be mailed
Point Pleasant Beach.
to Yoga & U Foundation, 1101
On Saturday, May 12, from
Richmond Avenue, Suite 202,
2 to 4 p.m., the organization
Point Pleasant Beach.
will host a workshop to work
Contact the organization
on flexibility and range of
with questions at yogaischar-
motion to perform like a
younger physical body.
Proceeds from this work-
Yoga & U Foundation — a
shop will be donated to the
nonprofit organization —
Yoga & U Foundation, Inc. a
provides food, clothing,
non-profit 501[c]3 organiza-
infant care items, scholar-
ships, school supplies, educa-
Susan Tartaglino, of Sacred
tional opportunities and hol-
OM Yoga, donated the use of
iday gifts to Ocean County
her facility for the workshop.
children and families in need.
Donations of food, cloth-
ing, infant care items, toys
and schools supplies will be ST. JUDE
excepted at this workshop. NOVENA
The cost is $20 in advance May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be
and $25 at the door. adored, glorified, loved and pre-
When the body is flexible served throughout the world, now
COLLEEN KING THE OCEAN STAR and strong it performs like a and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus,
younger body, organizers pray for us. St. Jude, worker of mira-
LIGHT DUTY said. It is more resistant to cles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the
hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer
injury and has faster,
The solar- and wind- powered light at Loughran’s Point is in the midst of getting a new light fixture. The new light will be more 9 times a day. Say it for 9 days. By
stronger recovery ability. the eighth day, your prayer will be
efficient and direct its light more accurately on the statue and surrounding park.
The class will provide an answered. It has never been known to
understanding of what is fail. Publication must be promised.
need to improve flexibility, Thank you, St. Jude. P.K.
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Freeholders. Committee for Senior • Manchester Township
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ous programs. vidual grants were limited to Chapter.
“This is an opportunity to $2,000 each because of the • Ocean County Board of
help our community-based continued decline in state Social Services.
non-profits reach out to the casino revenues. • Ocean Housing Alliance,
people they serve,” said Organizations receiving Inc.
Freeholder Director Gerry P. funding in 2012 include: • Our Special Kids of Toms
Little. “This program goes • The Arc, Ocean County River, Inc.
hand-in-hand with our Chapter, Inc. • The Special Children
Ocean Ride public trans- • Caregiver Volunteers of Center, Inc.
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to offset transportation costs • Community Medical • Toms River Township
for these organizations.” Center Foundation. Senior Center.
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SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN
The seven- and eight-year-old participants sprinted to the finish line during the recent Kids’ Race portion of the St. Peter School Fisherman’s 5K race in Point Pleasant Beach.
World Harmony Run to pass through Point Beach April 16
who, together, carry a torch America, Europe, Asia, Africa will cover, on average, 100 World Harmony Run through The World Harmony Run
Global relay team to to signify the aspiration for a and Australia. Since the inau- miles a day, relay fashion, 45 European nations that will is a nonprofit event organized
visit G. Harold Antrim more harmonious world. gural run in 1987, more than 5 stopping in towns across the conclude Oct. 8 in Vienna. entirely by volunteers which
An international team of million people have partici- country before arriving back The run was founded in strives to encourage goodwill
Elementary School runners will arrive at the G. pated. on the East Coast in New 1987 as the Sri Chinmoy among peoples of all nations.
Harold Antrim Elementary Endorsements have come York City in mid-August. Oneness-Home Peace Run by The run is not a fundraiser
THE OCEAN STAR School on Monday, April 16, from many world figures, Along the route, thousands Sri Chinmoy, originally from and there is no political cause
at 9 a.m., bringing with them including presidents Nelson of children will participate what is now Bangladesh, to behind it.
The United States portion
a symbolic torch. Mandela and Mikhail when the run visits their promote international under- Besides G. Harold Antrim
of the World Harmony Run
From Point Pleasant Beach, Gorbachev, Pope John Paul II, schools, day camps and ath- standing. He has dedicated Elementary School, the run
will begin its 10,000-mile
the team will then run on to Mother Teresa, as well as letic associations as they his life to advancing the will visit dozens of schools
journey in mid-April, making
Philadelphia. dozens of members of share their own hopes and ideals of world friendship and around the nation in order to
a pass through Point Pleasant
The World Harmony Run Congress, governors and dreams for a more harmo- oneness. promote friendship, cultural
teams travel the world to mayors. nious world. The event was later diversity, and peace building.
The World Harmony run is
encourage goodwill at the Over the coming months, The run’s message that renamed the World Harmony The runners should arrive
one of the world’s largest
local level. Relay runs occur volunteers will devote time “harmony begins with me” Run and is now the world’s with the torch on the fields at
grassroots efforts for peace.
in some 100 nations through- on the road as well as organ- has resonated with school longest global relay. Antrim around 9 a.m. From
The run is made up of young
out North and South ize activities. The U.S. team children of all ages and added Teams of runners will there they will run through
children to senior citizens
to curriculums promoting cover more than 45,000 miles Point Pleasant Beach and
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Beach budget up for
adoption on April 17
Public budget hearing of assessed valuation would
set for next borough result in an increase of $217 in
taxes for the average home-
council meeting owner.
The average homeowner
BY COLLEEN KING will pay $1,981 in municipal
THE OCEAN STAR purposes taxes, if the budget
is approved as it stands.
POINT PLEASANT BEACH — The
These figures do not
2012 municipal budget for
include county or school
the borough will be on the
agenda for possible adop-
Ms. Riehl highlighted
tion at the April 17 meeting.
some of the more significant
The total proposed budget
budgetary line item increas-
amount for 2012 is
es. Salaries and wages went
$13,168,980, which is an
up almost $400,000 for salary
increase of a little more than
increases and the elimination
$1.5 million from the 2011
of furlough days. Last year,
budget. The total budget
the borough had 17 furlough
amount for 2011 was
days. The draft budget for
this year requires no fur-
The amount to be raised
through local taxation for
Debt service increased
2012 is proposed to be
more than $300,000 from the
$7,003,352. Last year,
previous year, according to
$6,245,899 was raised
through local taxation.
STEVE WEXLER THE OCEAN STAR This increase, if approved,
Colleen King covers Point Pleasant
will raise the tax rate 3.1 cents
PIE IN THE FACE per $100 of assessed valua-
Beach for The Ocean Star. She can be
reached at email@example.com
tion, bringing the total
G. Harold Antrim Elementary School first-grade teacher Grace Solomon took a messy turn in the pie-throwing booth at the Parent or 732-899-7606 Ext 14.
municipal tax rate to 28.3
Teacher Organization Carnival, held recently at the elementary school.
cents per $100 of assessed
valuation. Last year’s tax rate
was 25.2 cents per $100 of PRAYER TO THE
Music, crafts, & art on April Borough administrator
Christine Riehl said the
increase still came under the
2-percent tax levy cap, which
Holy Spirit, you who solve all prob-
lems, light all roads so that I can
achieve my goal. You who give me a
divine gift to forgive and forget all
schedule for Beach library
can be banked for next year’s evil against me and that in all my life
budget, if the council so are with me. I want this short prayer
chooses. to thank you for all things you con-
A total of $1.26 million firm once again that I never want to be
from the surplus account was separated from you, even in spite of
Library sets up Friends of the Library. Join us for bunny themed The Curio display for the
applied to the the proposed all material illusions. I wish to be with
• On Thursday, April 19 at stories, songs, and a craft. month of April are Easter you in eternal joy and thank you for
programs for all ages 12 p.m., the library will host Ages 3 to 5. Please register. collectibles by Marie
budget, leaving about your mercy towards me and mine.
$400,000 in the surplus
for the month of April Literature & Lunch: The • On Wednesday, April 25, Kurtzke.
account, Ms. Riehl said. The
The person must say this prayer for 3
consecutive days. After 3 days the
Black Tower. at 10 a.m., drop by the library The meeting room art dis-
surplus account can only be favor requested will be granted even if
THE OCEAN STAR Bring your lunch and dis- to participate in the spring play for the month of April it seems difficult. The prayer must be
used to offset tax increases,
cuss a great book. This drop-in craft. features the work of Elsa published immediately after the favor
Ms. Riehl said.
The Point Pleasant Beach month's selection is “The Swing by the library Herrmann and Sue Gioulis. is granted without mention of the
The average home in Point
branch of the Ocean County Black Tower” by Louis between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to favor, only your initials should appear
Pleasant Beach is assessed at at the bottom. H.G.
Library has a full slate of Bayard. Please register. make a cute, seasonal craft.
around $700,000. An
activities scheduled for the • The Festive Flutes will Please register.
increase of 3.1 cents per $100
rest of April. present A Flute Garden on
The library is located at Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m.
710 McLean Avenue, in Point Festive Flutes will be per- ★▲
Pleasant Beach and can be forming an hour-long con-
reached at 732-892-4575. cert of light classical music.
Taya Petino is the branch Highlights include Water
manager. Music Suite by Handel and
Spring by Vivaldi. All wel-
come. Please register. This ★▲
APRIL PROGRAMS ★▲
• Every Tuesday at 6 p.m. event is sponsored by the
the library will host an Point Pleasant Beach Friends
English conversation group of the Library.
for those who are new to the • The library will host an
English language. adult book discussion on
Come practice conversa- Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. ●▲
tion skills in a relaxed and “Astrid & Veronika” by
informal setting. Please Linda Olsson will be the
Register. book discussed. Please regis-
Something Nice Floral ter. The following is a sampling of some of the verdicts and settlements achieved:
Designs will be held on • On April 28 at 10:30 a.m., $38,500,000.00 Chemical Exposure**
Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. there will be an art reception
$24,000,000.00 Chemical Exposure**
Learn the basics of floral for artists Elsa Herrmann and
arranging from Carol Sue Gioulis. The Friends of $18,500,000.00 Electrocution Accident (Nov. 2011 Verdict)
Ciallella, owner of the Point Pleasant Beach $13,500,000.00 Chemical Exposure**
Something Nice Floral Library will host this event. $10,000,000.00 Auto Accident
Designs on Arnold Avenue in Everyone is welcome and $10,000,000.00 Auto Accident (May 2011 Verdict)
Point Pleasant Beach. refreshments will be served.
Flowers. Vases will be sup- $9,000,000.00 Contaminated Water**
plied to create your own flo- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS $4,500,000.00 Train Negligence
ral arrangement. Please reg- • Preschool storytime will $4,000,000.00 Auto Accident
ister. This event is sponsored be held Wednesday, April 18 $3,900,000.00 Premises Liability
by the Point Pleasant Beach at 10:45 a.m.
$3,350,000.00 Employment Construction Accident
A Prayer to the A Prayer to the $3,300,000.00 Hunting Accident
Blessed Virgin Mary Blessed Virgin Mary $2,800,000.00 Defective Product Malfunction
O Most Beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel, O Most Beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel, $2,750,000.00 Employment Discrimination**
fruitful vine, splendor of heaven, blessed fruitful vine, splendor of heaven, blessed $2,500,000.00 Medical Malpractice
Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin,
assist me in this, my necessity. Oh Star of the assist me in this, my necessity. Oh Star of the $2,500,000.00 Premises Liability
Sea, help me and show herein you are my Sea, help me and show herein you are my $2,320,000.00 Struck Pedestrian
Mother. O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen Mother. O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen
of Heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you of Heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you $2,250,000.00 Negligent Maintenance
from the bottom of my heart, to succor me in from the bottom of my heart, to succor me in $2,000,000.00 Defective Products
this necessity. There are none that can with- this necessity. There are none that can with-
stand your power. Oh show me herein you stand your power. Oh show me herein you $2,000,000.00 Construction Accident
are my Mother. Oh Mary, conceived without are my Mother. Oh Mary, conceived without
sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee
$2,000,000.00 Auto Accident
sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee
(three times). Sweet Mother, I place this (three times). Sweet Mother, I place this $2,000,000.00 Auto Accident
cause in your hands (three times), Sweet cause in your hands (three times), Sweet
Mother, I place this cause in your hands
Mother, I place this cause in your hands
(three times). (three times). AGGRESSIVE AND ZEALOUS LEGAL REPRESENTATION
Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days, you Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days, you
must publish it and it will be granted to you. must publish it and it will be granted to you. PERSONAL INJURY • WRONGFUL DEATH • AUTO NEGLIGENCE
CRIMINAL DEFENSE • MUNICIPAL COURT • WORKERS COMP
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Certified by The Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney
Office: 732-714-7900 Certified by The Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney
Cell: 908-278-2758 Named To SuperLawyer List 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 by NJ Monthly Magazine
**Multiple Plaintiff Cases ~ Case Results Will Vary Depending Upon Particular Facts And The Law.
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or Bay Head story, email
BAY HEAD SPECIAL COUNCIL
Date: Tuesday, April 17
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge
WOMEN’S GOP CLUB MEETING
Date: Monday, April 16
Location: MonAlyssa Italian
Restaurant, Bay Avenue in Point
RSVP: Bonnie at 732-920-1488
The Women’s Republican Club of
Mantoloking-Bay Head will welcome
Cindy Zipf, executive director of Clean
Ocean Action [COA] during the April
meeting. Ms. Zipf will talk about her
many years of grass roots efforts and
her time now as a leading advocate in
combating ocean pollution and raising
public awareness. JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE OCEAN STAR
Bay Head Mayor William Curtis [center] participated in the weekly, Walking Wednesdays last spring and fall. The weekly walks to Bay Head School are part of the Mayor’s
BAY HEAD PLANNING BOARD Wellness Campaign, known as GO Bay Head! The walks will begin again this Wednesday, April 18.
Date: Wednesday, April 18 “We want everyone to live more healthy lives — mentally and physically.”
Time: 7:30 p.m.
WILLIAM CURTIS Mayor, Bay Head
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge
SPRING BEACH SWEEP
Date: Saturday, April 21
Time: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
GO Bay Head! ready to continue health initiative
tee consists of his wife, nity involvement, less summer, with two or three again likely this fall to
Location: Curtis’ Central Market, Mayor’s Wellness Charlaine, and fellow Bay reliance on automobiles, planned, Mr. Charlton said. include a state-of-the-art, 40-
intersection of Route 35 and Campaign committee Head residents decreased neighborhood and He said one walk with be foot long, mobile medical
Mount Street Councilwoman D’Arcy school traffic, reduced fear of along East Avenue and be unit, provided by Horizon
Volunteers of all ages are welcome and finalizing 2012 plans Rohan Green, Patti Durkin, crime, create more social environmentally oriented Blue Cross Blue Shield of
encouraged to participate in the Spring Roger Faulkenbury, Diane interactions, increase inde- another will be throughout New Jersey that screens for
Bi-Annual Beach Sweep. There will be a Courtney, Dr. Gail pendence and make students town and have a historical balance, cholesterol, glucose
BY ERIC COLVIN
table set up at Curtis' Central Market Zimmerman, M.D. and more alert in the classroom. focus. and more.
THE OCEAN STAR
with garbage bags, a sign up sheet and Kirsten Hinds. Walk Wednesdays had par- “We will also continue the Mr. Charlton said the
other information. BAY HEAD — After a success- Mr. Charlton said the com- ents, students, teachers and health and wellness lec- Mayor’s Healthy Cook-Off is
ful Mayor’s Wellness mittee is still in the process community leaders gather tures,” Mr. Charlton said. again likely to take place this
BULK TRASH PICKUP Campaign [MWC] in 2011, of meeting to select dates together before school each “They were very interesting Fall Festival Weekend.
Date: Monday, April 30 the GO Bay Head! committee and times for events this Wednesday to walk, not last year.” Mayors from throughout
has more of the same in the year. He said they plan to drive, to Bay Head School. He said the lectures will the state were invited to pre-
BAY HEAD COUNCIL MEETING works for 2012 — with a new meet again soon to finalize While some students and begin sometime in the early pare a healthy barbecue dish
Date: Monday, May 7 addition or two up their many of the plans. parents walked directly from Summer and be mostly likely to showcase their culinary
Time: 7 p.m. sleeves. “We are going to continue their homes to school, others, held on Monday nights in skills and emphasize a nutri-
“Last year was very good the effort to have all age particularly the out-of-dis- town. tious diet.
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge
because more of the commu- groups participating, getting trict, tuition-paying students Dr. Zimmerman, who is Celebrity judges were also
Avenue nity was involved, and, going outside to exercise and learn- were dropped off at the one of only seven certified brought in to judge the com-
into this year, we are looking ing more about Bay Head,” municipal lot on Bridge menopause practitioners in petition. Former track-and-
BAY HEAD PLANNING BOARD to expand and have even Mayor Curtis said this week. Avenue, where they walked the state of New Jersey, held field Olympian and MWC
MEETING more of the community “We want everyone to live with others as part of what a lecture last year in her spokesperson Joetta Clark
Date: Wednesday, May 16 involved,” Mayor William more healthy lives — mental- was dubbed the Walking Bus. Main Street office. Diggs, former Miss New
Time: 7:30 p.m. Curtis said this week. ly and physically.” The Walking Bus traveled Her talk was the first in a Jersey Julianna White, and
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge The MWC is a statewide Mr. Charlton said GO Bay the same route each series of the summer ses- local restaurateur Robert
Avenue initiative designed to pro- Head! will include many Wednesday, from the munici- sions in 2011. Scalera, owner of Theresa’s
mote healthy lifestyles in events from last year, includ- pal lot on Bridge Avenue, to In the fall, Mr. Charlton South, participated.
New Jersey. Bay Head is one ing Walk Wednesdays. West Lake Avenue to the said, Fall Festival Weekend
of many municipalities school on Grove Street. will again have a health and A NEW ADDITION THIS YEAR
PRAYER TO THE throughout the state that par- ABOUT WALKING WEDNESDAYS wellness component. In addition to the host of
HOLY SPIRIT ticipates, and the program is The first Walk OTHER GO BAY HEAD! EVENTS Among the events again in events returning this year as
Holy Spirit, you who solve all prob- known as GO Bay Head! in Wednesdays will be held RETURNING THIS YEAR the works for this year are part of GO Bay Head!,
lems, light all roads so that I can the borough. next Wednesday, April 18. Sometime in the early the Mayor’s Healthy Cook- Mayor Curtis and Mr.
achieve my goal. You who give me a Mayor Curtis said GO Bay Last year, the weekly walks summer, Mr. Charlton said, Off, the Shark Run 5K & Charlton said the committee
divine gift to forgive and forget all
Head! had great year in 2011 to Bay Head School began Bay Head lifeguards, in con- Wellness Walk, the Duck is considering a canoe race.
evil against me and that in all my life
are with me. I want this short prayer thanks in large part to the April 27 and ran through June junction with the Bay Head Derby and a dodgeball com- “We are talking about
to thank you for all things you con- many residents who volun- 15. Improvement Association petition. organizing canoe races
firm once again that I never want to be teered their time to make the Walk Wednesdays was [BHIA], will again host a Last fall, the dodgeball around Twilight Lake,” Mr.
separated from you, even in spite of events possible. incorporated into GO Bay series of water safety lec- competition was the start to Charlton said this week.
all material illusions. I wish to be with
you in eternal joy and thank you for This year will be the third Head! in 2010. tures. the Fall Festival Weekend “I think it is a great idea
your mercy towards me and mine. year of GO Bay Head! Mayor Curtis said the cam- He said the informational and took place on the tennis and an opportunity to have
The person must say this prayer for 3 “Bay Head is fortunate to paign was designed to sessions will be held on courts in the borough. The two or three participants in
consecutive days. After 3 days the have great chair people to encourage students to walk Saturday mornings at the match was the first-ever of each canoe,” Mayor Curtis
favor requested will be granted even if
it seems difficult. The prayer must be make all the activities possi- and bike to school, and also Howe Street Beach and the its kind in Bay Head. said. “We definitely have the
published immediately after the favor ble,” Mayor Curtis said. teach the basics of pedestrian committee is still determin- As part of GO Bay Head!, facility”
is granted without mention of the “They are so enthusiastic.” and bicycle safety. ing when they will begin. free health screenings were The committee is consid-
favor, only your initials should appear According to chairman Walk Wednesday was also Walks with Mayor Curtis also available throughout Fall ering other additions this
at the bottom. J.M.
Tom Charlton, the commit- designed to include commu- will also take place again this Festival Weekend and are year and plans to release
more information in the near
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Saw suspect sought for toppling Twilight tree
Bay Head police, done with some type of
officials want answers Officers canvassed the area
about destruction at and spoke with residents, but
Chief Hoffman said “no one
beloved borough lake said they heard anything.
“The incident remains
BY ERIC COLVIN under investigation — no one
THE OCEAN STAR has permission to cut down
any trees on town property,”
BAY HEAD — The police
the chief continued.
department, here, is search-
He said he is currently
ing for the person or per-
looking into what the suspect
sons responsible for cutting
or suspects could be charged
a tree in half on borough
with, if apprehended.
property near Twilight Lake
“We could be looking at
vandalism, criminal mischief
According to Bay Head
or something more,” Chief
Police Chief Robert
Hoffman Jr., the act was
“intentional” and his depart-
Rohan Green, chairwoman of
ment is conducting an inves-
the parks, grounds and recre-
ation committee said she was
“Public works stopped in
“shocked” when she heard
and notified Patrolman Todd
the news this week.
LaRue on Monday afternoon
“I had an emotional
around 1:30 p.m.,” Chief
response to it because it was COURTESY OF D’ARCY ROHAN GREEN COURTESY OF D’ARCY ROHAN GREEN
Hoffman said. “He went out
almost a violent act,” According to the department of public works and police depart- The Bay Head Police Department is searching for the person or per-
there and checked it and saw
Councilwoman Rohan Green ment, the clean cut [above] shows someone used a power saw to sons responsible for cutting down a pine tree [above] at the north-
someone intentionally cut
said. “The tree was almost cut down a tree at Twilight Lake last weekend. ern end of Twilight Lake sometime last weekend.
down a pine tree on the
north side of Twilight Lake.”
She said the Bay Head
The chief said the tree was Councilwoman Rohan Green the beautification committee. someone gives us some down.”
Public Works Department is
still “partially connected at said. “It is clearly a deliberate “I just think this is a trav- information,” the mayor
currently pruning shrubs and
the trunk” and the depart- assault on our natural envi- esty,” Mayor William Curtis continued. “Someone has to Eric Colvin covers Bay Head for The
trees around Twilight Lake,
ment is “assuming it hap- ronment and will not be tol- said. “It obviously was inten- know something and is a lit- Ocean Star. He can be reached at
and said she wanted resi-
pened sometime over the erated.” tional because it was cut tle hesitant to come forward firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-
dents to know the act had
weekend.” The councilwoman also with a saw and left there. and I want to keep it there as 899-7606 Ext 16.
nothing to do with that work.
He said the cutting of the serves as liaison to the envi- “I am going to recommend a reminder to people that we
“This is not the work of the
tree “appears to have been ronmental commission and we leave the tree there until won’t take this sitting
public works department,”
Bay Head Council OKs signs, assists real estate agents
For the first time, signs “It is just one more keep the measure in the ordi- man said. estate industry,” the council- called to discuss a confiden-
nance that requires real This week, Councilwoman woman continued. “But the tial matter between the bor-
are now permitted on step that is not estate agents to obtain per- Rohan Green also explained entire process is unmanage- ough and its attorney, accord-
borough property needed. It is mits prior to each open her decision to vote against able, impractical and unen- ing to the mayor.
unnecessary, just one house. the ordinance. forceable.” Borough officials will hold
Borough Attorney Jean “I don’t think [directional Bay Head council mem- a public session as part of the
more thing to do.” Cipriani informed council signs] should be limited to bers will meet at 7:30 p.m. meeting.
BY ERIC COLVIN
THE OCEAN STAR SUZIE VAN SCHOICK members removing the fee any one business,” the coun- this Tuesday, April 17, for a
Bay Head Resident, Real Estate Agent would “not be a substantial cilwoman said, adding she special meeting in borough Eric Colvin covers Bay Head for The
BAY HEAD — Council mem- change” to the ordinance. agrees with Councilman hall. Ocean Star. He can be reached at
bers, here, moved to allow Therefore, she said, a vote DeFilippis that Bay Head is The council meets once email@example.com or 732-
real estate agents to post The Bay Head Police could be held on whether to “a small enough town to be each month on the first 899-7606 Ext 16.
directional signs on borough Department is also author- adopt the ordinance. able to find your way around. Monday of the month. The
property during the April ized to issue permits. Should Ms. Cipriani have “We all support the real meeting this Tuesday was
meeting held last week. The borough had not pre- determined the removal of
According to the ordi- viously allowed any business, the fee to be a substantial
nance, real estate agents are organization or individual to change, the council would
now permitted to place signs post signs between curbs and have had to re-introduce the
directing potential buyers to sidewalks. ordinance and then hold an
open houses. adoption vote and public
The measure passed by a WHO VOTED HOW & hearing during the May
4-2 vote, with council mem- WHO SAID WHAT meeting.
bers John DeFilippis and Councilman DeFilippis
D’Arcy Rohan Green casting and Councilwoman Rohan REASONS THE TWO COUNCIL
votes against the ordinance. Green cast votes against the MEMBERS VOTED ‘NAY’
The signs, which must be ordinance. Councilmen “Why be exclusive of all
no more than 2 square feet in James Urner and Brian other businesses?,”
size, may be placed between Magory, along with council- Councilman DeFilippis ques-
the curb and sidewalk on one women Barnes Gambert and tioned during the meeting.
of five avenues in Bay Head. Mary Glass supported the “Why one and not the oth-
Directional signs are permit- measure. ers?”
ted from sunrise to sunset. Prior to the vote, The councilman asked Ms.
The area between curbs Councilman Magory, liaison Cipriani whether it would be
and sidewalks is borough to the planning board, legal for the borough to make
property. Real estate, politi- informed fellow council a special allowance only for
cal and other signs are per- members the ordinance real estate agents and not
mitted on lawns because change “has been reviewed other businesses or organiza-
that is private property by the planning board,” tions.
Should an open house which made no additional Ms. Cipriani said various
occur on a Saturday and recommendations. New Jersey court decisions
Sunday, the real estate agent Last month, before the have established “the sale of
must remove the sign council introduced the ordi- real property has a beneficial
Saturday evening and then nance, the planning board impact on the financial
may post it again Sunday recommended the council health of a municipality.”
morning. It must be removed charge real estate agents a $5 Therefore, she said, as long
by sundown that evening. fee to obtain a permit for the as all real estate agents are
“This is an attempt to help directional signs. treated equally, the council
the business community,” “I think the $5 fee is frivo- could adopt the ordinance to
said Councilwoman Jennifer lous,” Councilman Urner allow real estate agents only
Barnes Gambert during the said. “And a waste of our offi- to place directional signs.
April meeting held last week. cers’ time. I object to the per- “I thought that the pro-
The councilwoman said mit and the fee.” posed ordinance left a lot of
there are currently more than Local real estate agent questions that really weren’t
40 homes for sale in the bor- Suzie Van Schoick, who had answered to my satisfaction
ough. approached the council in and it would have been more
The council chose to des- previous meetings this year, prudent to review it amongst
ignate Bridge, Bay, East, agreed with the councilman. us once again,” Councilman
Osborne and Main avenues “It is difficult to keep com- DeFilippis said this week.
as the permitted streets. The ing in to get a permit,” Mrs. “Perhaps with some addi-
goal, according to the coun- Van Schoick said. “It is just tional tweaking, the ordi-
cil, is for potential buyers to one more step that is not nance would have been more
see the signs on the major needed. It is unnecessary, appropriate,” the councilman
avenues in town and be just one more thing to do.” continued. “I think it gave a
pointed in the direction of She suggested the council selected group or industry a
open houses on less visible instead allow real estate preference.”
streets. agents to place the signs and The councilman said he
Should an open house then fine them, if they violate was not in favor of allowing
take place on any of the five, the ordinance. any kind of signage in the
designated avenues, direc- Such violations could borough, but said if the coun-
tional signs will not be per- include placing more than cil wanted to allow signs on
mitted. one sign per open house, not borough property then other
Real estate agents who removing signs at sundown businesses should have been
wish to obtain a permit are or placing signs on streets included.
able to do so at borough hall other than the five designat- “I don’t happen to like
from Zoning Official Bart ed avenues. [directional] signs,”
Petrillo, or other town offi- Councilwoman Barnes Councilman DeFilippis said.
cials, such as Borough Clerk Gambert said the borough “And, if the open house were
Patricia Applegate. would need to have permits advertised, how difficult
Although the ordinance as issued for “record keeping,” would it be to find a home in
originally introduced but whether to charge a fee a town that is sixth-tenths of
included a $5 fee for the per- “doesn’t bother me one way one square mile?
mits, the council removed or the other.” “I just feel it was an ordi-
the condition prior to the The council elected to nance that may not have
vote last week. remove the permit fee, but been needed,” the council-
PAGE 14 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 POINT PLEASANT
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; March 11
Location: Riverfront Park, in from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Point
the parking lot on River Road Pleasant Elks Lodge. A recent photo
Kyle Franceschini, of Point Pleasant, [passport-sized], a copy of the child’s
BORO will hold a clothing drive fundraiser
to help support his Eagle Scout proj-
ect, to install educational signs
around the Bennett Cabin in
birth certificate, and insurance infor-
mation are necessary. The child
being registered must also be pres-
To submit a calendar listing
DOVE CHOIR SEEKS YOUNG
POINT BASEBALL REGISTRATION
Point Pleasant Youth Baseball and
or Point Pleasant story, email SINGERS
Softball Association registration for
firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Every Wednesday the spring 2012 season is now open.
Time: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Register at pointbaseball.com. Point
Location: Point Pleasant Baseball is open to players from
POINT PLEASANT SOCCER Presbyterian Church Point Pleasant Boro and Beach, Bay
ASSOCIATION REGISTRATION Contact: Head and Mantoloking. Softball is
For: Fall 2012 season email@example.com open to players from Point Pleasant
All children ages 3 and one half Boro and Beach, Bay Head,
Location: Online at
through 12 are invited to join the Mantoloking, Brielle, Manasquan and
pointsoccer.org Brick. Buddy Ball is open to players
Dove Choir at Point Presbyterian
Contact: EJ at 732-779-5700 with special needs from the ages of
Church. Learn to sing, read music
and perform in a traditional children’s 5 through 21.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION choir. You need not be a member of
MEETING the church. If are interested, join POINT PAWS KITTY ADOPTION
Date: Monday, April 16 Date: First and third Sunday of
Time: 7 p.m. EARTH DAY 2012 SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 21 rehearsal every Wednesday.
each month at Rescue Center,
Earth Day will take place for the second year in a row at Riverfront Park in Point Pleasant
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge ELKS REGISTRATION OPEN 733 Albert E. Clifton Ave., Point
later this month. Earth Day is scheduled to take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday,
Avenue April 21. The Point Pleasant Environmental Commission has scheduled a rain date for the Date: Ongoing Boro, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.;
Open to all members of the public. following day, Sunday, April 22. The annual event will feature vendors, games and activi- Location: Point Pleasant Elks second and fourth Sunday of
ties for residents of all ages, including a petting zoo [above, seen here at last year’s Lodge, 820 Arnold Ave. the month at PetCo, Route 70,
POINT PLEASANT COUNCIL event]. Local groups and organizations are expected to be back again this year. Contact: 732-600-0431 Brick, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
MEETING Registration is now open for Golden Contact: Point Paws, 732-295-
Date: Tuesday, April 16 Elks Pop Warner Football and 8279
Time: 7 p.m. Cheerleading for children ages 5
Location: Riverfront Park 598-7639 EAGLE SCOUT CLOTHING DRIVE through 15. Registration takes place
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge Point Pleasant Environmental All are welcome. Golfers and spon- Date: Sunday, April 29 on Jan. 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Feb.
Avenue Commission will sponsor Earth Day. sors are needed.
All are welcome. Plenty of events, games and other
activities for residents of all ages. LOCAL GROUPS HOST HEALTH &
MUNICIPAL DRUG ALLIANCE
MOVIE & LUNCHEON
Date: Wednesday, April 18
WARRIORS OF WRESTING
Date: Saturday, April 28
Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wildfires likely in current
Time: 11:30 a.m. Date: Saturday, April 28 Location: Good Shephard
Location: Good Shepherd
Church, Route 88
Contact: Judy Block at 732-892-
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Point Pleasant Elks,
Church, Route 88
There will be free health screenings,
door prizes, giveaways, nutrition
conditions around the state
820 Arnold Ave.
3485 Cost: $15, Adults and $10, Kids guides, wellness awareness and DEP commissioner says Fire danger is exacerbated • Use ashtrays in vehicles.
blood pressure checks. because the forest canopy Discarding cigarettes, match-
All proceeds will go to benefit the dry, windy weather a has not leafed out, which es and smoking materials is a
POINT PLEASANT PLANNING Point Pleasant Animal Welfare
BOARD MEETING Committee, Point Paws. POINT DEBORAH CHAPTER dangerous combination allows the sun and wind to violation of New Jersey law.
dry the forest floor. • Obtain necessary permits
Date: Thursday, April 19 APRIL LUNCHEON & MEETING
Ninety-nine percent of all for campfires. Don’t leave
Time: 7 p.m. ATHLETIC BOOSTERS ANNUAL Date: Saturday, April 28 THE OCEAN STAR wildfires in New Jersey are fires unattended. Douse
Location: Borough Hall, Bridge GOLF OUTING Time: Noon caused by human activity, them completely.
Location: The Shrimp Box, on Department of
Avenue Date: Sunday, April 29 usually carelessness, negli- • Keep matches and
Channel Drive Environmental Protection
All are welcome. Time: 11:30 a.m. gence or arson. lighters away from children.
[DEP] Commissioner Bob
Location: Cruz Farms Golf Club, Cost: $22, paid in advance The Forest Fire Service Teach them the dangers of
Martin recently urged the
EARTH DAY Farmingdale Contact: 732-892-5355 works to prevent wildfires fire.
public to exercise caution as
Date: Saturday, April 21 Cost: $125, Adults and $100, All members are asked to attend and year-round through public • People living in the forest
wildfire dangers increase
anyone interested will be welcome. outreach and education should maintain a defensible
rain date: Sunday, April 22 Students due to dry and windy condi-
efforts, prescribed burning buffer by clearing vegetation
Time: Noon to 4 p.m. Contact: Rick McGarry at 732- tions.
operations and maintenance within 30 feet of any struc-
According to the DEP, fire
of fire breaks. tures. Also, make sure fire
danger has recently been
Wildfire risks increase trucks can pass down drive-
rated as high throughout
with every new structure ways.
most of the state, meaning
built in or adjacent to forests. • Report suspicious vehi-
wildfires, once started, can
Wildfires can spread quickly cles and individuals. Arson is
in New Jersey, threatening a major cause of forest fires
“Conditions have been dry
homes, property, natural in New Jersey.
coming out of the winter and
resources and human lives, For more information on
PRIVATE into early spring,”
yet most are preventable. wildfires and fire safety, visit
Commissioner Martin said.
PARTY ROOM Follow these guidelines to www.njwildfire.org.
“A carelessly tossed match or
AVAILABLE reduce the risk of fires:
cigarette, an improperly
tended campfire, even a
poorly maintained chimney
can spark disaster.”
The New Jersey Forest Fire
Service has responded to 315
Library friends announce
wildfires that have burned
254 acres so far this year,
compared to 167 fires that
day trips to New York City
burned 176 acres during the THE OCEAN STAR The following week, on
same period last year.
Wednesday, May 2, the trip
“We’ve been experiencing The Friends of the Point
will be to see “Newsies,” the
a series of weak cold fronts Pleasant branch of the Ocean
hit Disney musical for $135
that bring little precipitation County Library have recent-
per person for orchestra
but cause higher winds and ly announced a number of
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SUANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
HOLDING STEADY FOR ANTSY
Antsy the Clown, a good friend of Point Pleasant’s Nancy DeVito, painted the face of Aylssa
Watter, 8, of Point Pleasant, during the Point Pleasant Elks Annual Easter Party held at the lodge
the day before Easter, Saturday, April 7. Connor Nolan [left], 5, of Point Pleasant, was also among
the many children who attended the party, which included making balloon figures.
Point Pleasant police contracts await arbitration outcome
Decision to be made by Leitner and John resents lieutenants, detec- meeting. dling the arbitration. Mr. designed to prevent delay
Wisniewski — the three- tive lieutenants, captains and Officer Wells was appoint- Mason is a Public and uncertainty and expe-
the end of the month, member borough bargain- detective captains. ed as the spokesperson for Employment Relations dite the process of getting to
both sides want closure ing committee — a decision Since Jan. 1, officers have the PBA and Capt. Larsen for Commission [PERC]-state- a contract,” Councilman
is expected by the end of the been compensated based on the Captains and Lieutenants approved arbitrator. Leitner said.
month. the expired contract. Association. In New Jersey, public Either party is permitted
BY ERIC COLVIN The current, two-year According to Councilman Although the PBA provid- employee contracts go to cease negotiations and
THE OCEAN STAR contracts with members of Leitner, he and Councilman ed the borough with a writ- immediately to binding arbi- seek arbitration.
the Policemen’s Benevolent Sabosik met with PBA attor- ten proposal on Jan. 6, the tration, as a result of a law According to Councilman
POINT PLEASANT — After
Association [PBA] Local No. ney Richard Locke and bor- borough did not accept or passed in 2010 to limit the Sabosik, Mr. Mason has until
158 and the Captains and ough police officers on Jan. 6 provide a counter-offer. costs associated with media- April 30 to render his deci-
between members of the
Lieutenants Association to negotiate. Instead, on Feb. 16, the tion. sion.
Point Pleasant Police
went into effect Jan. 1, 2010 According to Councilman PBA Local No. 158 and the When a dispute is handled
Department and borough
and expired Dec. 31, 2011. Sabosik, five members of the Captains and Lieutenants by an arbitrator, the decision Eric Colvin covers Point Pleasant for
council members stalled
The PBA is the bargaining police department — Capt. Association notified of the arbitrator is final. The The Ocean Star. He can be reached at
earlier this year, both sides
representative of patrolmen, Richard Larsen, Officer Borough Administrator process differs from media- firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-
now await the decision of an
patrolmen detectives, ser- Christopher Leonhardt, David Maffei of their deci- tion, whereby a mediator 899-7606 Ext 16.
geants and detective ser- Detective Ed Miller, Lt. Rob sion to enter into arbitration. provides a recommendation.
According to councilmen
geants. The Captains and Lokerson and Officer Robert According to Councilman “The arbitration process is
Bob Sabosik, Christopher
Lieutenants Association rep- Wells — were present at the Sabosik, Frank Mason is han-
Earth Day set for next weekend
Annual event to take ning of the year. ninth Earth Day celebration locations along the East
He said the group is still hosted by the environmen- Coast and Hippie Bling,
place in Riverfront Park accepting applications tal commission and will makers of handcrafted
Saturday, April 21 from vendors and would showcase vendors of green Brazilian agate stone jewel-
also like sponsors, as well products and ideas, as well ry and wind chimes, have
as any donations possible. as environmental organiza- registered.
THE OCEAN STAR Exhibitor and sponsor tions and local businesses. Local nonprofit organiza-
applications are available There will be games and tions such as the Point
POINT PLEASANT — The
online at rides for children, as well Pleasant Borough
Point Pleasant Borough
www.env.ptboro.com/ed/. as food and music for all Community Watch,
E n v i r o n m e n t a l
The fee for exhibitors attendees. American Cancer Society
Commission will host the
will be $40 and nonprofits Mr. Constantino said Relay for Life, and Point
2012 Earth Day Celebration
can set up shop for free. rides will be provided by Paws have committed to
in Riverfront Park for the
Mr. Constantino said all Space Walk of Ocean participating in Earth Day.
second straight year next
proceeds will go to fund County and Jersey Shore Also, the Ocean County
Saturday, April 21.
annual scholarship that are BBQ and Cool Concessions Mosquito Commission and
The event will take place
awarded to Point Pleasant have signed up to provide the Ocean County Parks COURTESY OF CLAREMONT CARE CENTER
from noon to 4 p.m. A rain-
Borough High School food. and Recreation Department
date is scheduled for the
following day, Sunday,
Monies raised also go
Wickit Good Candles,
located at 604 Ocean Road,
will have displays and
DOGS MAKE AN EASTER APPEARANCE
toward savings bonds and is among the local busi- For more info, contact The Bright & Beautiful Therapy Dogs visited the Claremont Care
Chris Constantino, chair-
prizes awarded to winners nesses who have already Mr. Constantino at point- Center in Point Pleasant just before Easter last week to celebrate
man of the environmental
of the annual poster con- registered. Also, the Honey email@example.com. the holiday with residents and staff members. The dogs spent
commission said the volun-
test and the operations of Company, in Point some quality time with resident Peggy Vermeal. Misty [from
teers have been planning
the Earth Day event itself. Pleasant; Viridian Energy, a front], the dalmatian, Frankie, the dachshund, and Ozzie, the
for the day since the begin-
This year will mark the solar energy company with great pyrenees, all spread holiday joy.
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“Every cent given to the foundation goes directly
to families with sick children.”
CHUCK BRADY Founder, Carmie Brady Foundation
Annual Carmie Brady Fundraiser
slated for next weekend at Jenk’s
Event will again take
place at Jenkinson’s in
Point Pleasant Beach
BY ERIC COLVIN
THE OCEAN STAR
POINT PLEASANT — For the
second year in a row, the
board of directors of the
Carmie Brady Foundation
will hold their annual
fundraiser at Jenkinson’s in
The event is scheduled to
take place next Sunday,
April 22, from 2 to 6 p.m.
Last year, the foundation
drew more than 400 people
to the boardwalk to help
raise money for families of
seriously ill children in
northern Ocean and south-
ern Monmouth counties.
“Every cent given to the
foundation goes directly to
families with sick chil-
dren,” said Chuck Brady, COURTESY OF CHUCK BRADY
who created the foundation
Pat Brady with his wife, Danielle, helped to make the annual fundraiser a success last year and the cou-
in 2007 with his sons, Matt,
ple plans to attend again this weekend. Mr. Brady’s brothers, Matt and Scott, will also be in attendance.
31, Scott, 30, and Pat, 28.
“We’ve been up and run-
ning for four years now.”
working to make this year’s age of 52. started in 2007, the Brady
Mr. Brady and his sons
fundraiser the success Along with her full-time family committed to raising
started the foundation after
attendees have grown to job as a mother and her $100,000 for the Carmie
Mr. Brady’s wife, Carmie
expect each year. work with the American Brady Room at ACS Hope
Brady, died from ovarian
“They have been all Cancer Society’s [ACS] Lodge, where anyone who
cancer in 2004.
around town helping out,” Making Strides Against is being treated for cancer
This week, Scott said the
Chuck Brady said. Breast Cancer Walk, Mrs. in New York can stay free
local families use the
The volunteers have Brady worked to make oth- of charge.
money however they see fit
worked to gain local spon- ers’ lives better. She went The foundation reached
— anything from additional
sors and donations for the back to school in her 40s to that goal last year.
medical devices to a need-
evening, which will include earn a master’s degree in Chuck Brady said he has
a 50/50 raffle and gift auc- mental health counseling also written a biography
“The families are not
tion. from Rutgers University. about his wife, titled, “I
required to use the money
“We have a huge gift auc- The annual fundraiser Will Live, My Children
to pay medical bills,” Scott
tion,” Chuck Brady said this was previously held at Bar Need Me: The Life and
Brady said. “They can use it
week. “It’s second to none.” Anticipation in Lake Como Love of Carmie Brady.”
however they want.”
He said there will be 25 in June. Although the He said all proceeds
The event last year raised
baskets, with each having a Bradys said the bar did a raised from the sale of the
approximately $24,000. To
value of between a few great job for the organiza- book will go directly to
date, Chuck Brady said, the
hundred dollars into the tion, the family wanted to families of seriously ill
foundation has raised more
thousands of dollars. move the annual fundraiser children in northern Ocean
than $250,000 for families
The baskets will include closer to home, and chose and southern Monmouth
with sick children in the
a host of items, from Jenkinson’s, in Point Beach, counties.
restaurant gift certificates last year. Copies of the book will
Unlike most charitable
to day spa outings. “Everyone is behind us be available at the fundrais-
organizations, all money
Live music will also be because they know the er and Mr. Brady said it will
raised is distributed direct-
played throughout the money they donate goes soon be available for pur-
ly to families in need in the
night by the Pipes and right back,” Chuck Brady chase online at www.ama-
Drums of the Jersey Shore said, explaining all monies zon.com.
The foundation is regis-
and local musicians Brew raised go directly to those For more information
tered as a 501c3 nonprofit,
Crew. in need. about the Carmie Brady
charitable organization and
“We are easily expecting Foundation, contact Scott
all contributions, both
to have more than 500 peo- OTHER FUNDRAISING EFFORTS BY Brady at 732-773-8692, Matt
monetary and in-kind, are
ple this year,” Chuck Brady THE CARMIE BRADY FOUNDATION Brady at 732-610-1772, or
said of the approaching In addition to the annual Chuck Brady at 732-278-
Along with Chuck Brady
fundraiser. fundraiser, members of the 2686.
and his sons, Point Pleasant
For a $20 donation, which Carmie Brady Foundation Additional information
residents Sandy Leibfried,
will go directly to families also participate yearly as about the foundation and
Rob Clayton and Dan
in need, all local residents The Brady Bunch, a team in April 22 fundraiser can also
DeCorcia round out the
are welcome to attend. the American Cancer be found online at
board of directors for the
Society’s [ACS] Making carmiebradyfoundation.co
Carmie Brady Foundation.
ABOUT CARMIE BRADY & Strides Against Breast m.
Fellow Point Pleasant
THE ANNUAL FUNDRAISER Cancer Walk.
residents Beth Paterson,
The Carmie Brady The Brady Bunch has Eric Colvin covers Point Pleasant for
Karen Hibbs, Ray and
Foundation was started in grown through the years The Ocean Star. He can be reached
Cherie Daw, Laura Doherty,
memory of Mrs. Brady, who and now has more than 400 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-
Eileen Smith and Jim and
lost her battle with ovarian walkers. 899-7606 Ext 16.
Ellen McLees are also
cancer in May 2004 at the When the foundation
Corner of Route 35 & Ocean Road
POINT PLEASANT FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 17
Lovelandtown Bridge shut
for electrical upgrades
BY ERIC COLVIN the bridge,” Mr. Greeley said • Bridge Avenue/Route 13
THE OCEAN STAR yesterday. “They are routine eastbound will be directed to
upgrades.” Beaver Dam Road north to
POINT PLEASANT — The New He said he expects the Route 88 east to Bay Avenue
Jersey Department of bridge to be closed at least south to Bridge Avenue.
Transportation [NJDOT] one or two more times • Bridge Avenue/Route 13
closed the Lovelandtown between now and June to westbound will be directed
Bridge, on Bridge Avenue in allow workers to continue to Bay Avenue north to Route
Point Pleasant Borough, the upgrades. 88 westbound to Beaver Dam
Wednesday night into The bridge is located on Road south to Bridge Avenue.
Thursday morning. Route 13, which is a one-half The Point Pleasant Canal
According to Tim Greeley, of one-mile, state-maintained is a part of the Intracoastal
a NJDOT representative, the portion of Route 632, Bridge Waterway, a protected 1,500-
bridge was closed from 9 Avenue that begins west of mile inland water highway
p.m. Wednesday night until Hollywood Avenue in Point that runs from Maine to
approximately 6 a.m. Pleasant and spans over the Florida.
Thursday morning for oper- Point Pleasant Canal and The United States Coast
ating system testing on the returns to Route 632 east of Guard requires the NJDOT
vertical lift bridge. Bay Avenue in Bay Head. to open the bridge on
“It is an ongoing upgrade Motorists and pedestrians demand for any approaching
to the electrical system on were detoured as follows: vessels.
Jersey Shore Restaurant
Week kicks off tomorrow
THE OCEAN STAR BEACH: 709, Jack Baker’s Restaurant.
Lobster Shanty, Red’s Lobster SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS:
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR The eagerly anticipated
Pot, Shipwreck Point and The The Mill.
Jersey Shore Restaurant
SMILING WHILE DIPPING Week returns to the area
BELMAR: Brandl, La Dolce
For information or tickets
please visit www.jer-
April 14 to 22.
Dakota Daley, 2, of Point Pleasant, had no trouble at all selecting a color to paint her Easter Vita, Mr. Shrimp, Matisse seyshorerestaurantweek.com.
Nearly 70 restaurants from
egg last weekend during the Point Pleasant Elks Annual Easter Party. Restaurant, Nicchio
the Highlands to Toms River
Ristorante, Ragin’ Cajun and
will be participating, offering
Tulipano’s Italian Market &
three-course meals with
Point resident to head three choices in each catego-
ry for $20.12 or $30.12.
This year, Restaurant Week
will also offer a specially
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be
adored, glorified, loved and pre-
new Bridge Ave. bank
priced lunch option at select-
Remington’s and Squan served throughout the world, now
ed restaurants. and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Participating restaurants in pray for us. St. Jude, worker of mira-
SEA GIRT: Fratellos
the area for the annual restau- cles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the
Restaurant & Lounge, Rod’s
THE OCEAN STAR rant week include: hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer
and neigh- service.” Olde Irish Tavern and 9 times a day. Say it for 9 days. By
BAY HEAD: Theresa’s
bors for Scarborough Fair. the eighth day, your prayer will be
POINT PLEASANT — Longtime South.
decades.” ABOUT INVESTORS BANK SPRING LAKE: The Black answered. It has never been known to
Point Pleasant resident POINT PLEASANT:
I nve s t o r s Investors Bank, headquar- Trumpet, The Breakers Hotel fail. Publication must be promised.
Charlene Archer will serve MonAlyssa Restaurant. Thank you, St. Jude. R.L.
B a n k tered in Short Hills, is a full- & Restaurant and Whispers
as the vice president and POINT PLEASANT
President and service community bank that
branch manager for the new
CEO Kevin has served customers since
Investors Bank on Bridge
C u m m i n g s 1926.
Avenue in the borough.
also com- With $10.7 billion in assets
Ms. Archer will be respon- CHARLENE
mented on and a network of more than
sible for day-to-day branch ARCHER
Ms. Archer’s 80 retail branches, Investors
operations and business
new role. delivers personalized servic-
“ W e ’ r e es and products tailored to
The bank will hold a rib-
pleased to welcome Charlene customers’ needs.
bon cutting ceremony tomor-
to the Investors family,” Mr. For more information, con-
row, Saturday, April 14.
Cummings said. “I’m confi- tact Investors at 1-855-422-
Ms. Archer brings 30 years
dent that our valued cus- 6548 or visit www.myin-
of experience to Investors.
tomers will benefit from her vestorsbank.com.
Previous roles in the industry
outstanding expertise and
include positions at Summit
commitment to personalized
Bank and OceanFirst Bank, in
both the branch management
and lending divisions.
She also maintains a wide
variety of professional affilia-
tions, including appoint-
Purple Heart offers
ments on numerous commu-
Ms. Archer is a member of
the Toms River Chamber of
Commerce and Southern Veterans living in Each veteran will enjoy
Monmouth Chamber of the baseball game from the
Commerce, and served for nursing homes invited comfort of an upstairs pri-
two years as president of the to attend May 23 game vate party deck and a hot
Brielle Chamber of and cold buffet will be
THE OCEAN STAR
She is also now a member Donations and gifts are
of the Point Pleasant currently being accepted to
The Military Order of the
Chamber of Commerce. help make the day possible.
Purple Heart [MOPH]
Ms. Archer said her life- Anyone interested in
Chapter 701, in Point
long status as a Point assisting can mail a check
Pleasant, will host the 2nd
Pleasant resident will be a payable to MOPH Chapter
Annual BlueClaws Baseball
key advantage in the new 701 to Frank Mascitelli, base-
Game next month.
role. ball commissioner chair-
Veterans living in nursing
“Investors is a community- man, at 70 Old Bridge Drive,
homes in northern Ocean
focused bank, and this is the Howell, NJ 07731.
and southern Monmouth
community I know best,” she For additional informa-
counties are invited to
said. “I look forward to bring- tion, call 732-961-7621.
attend free of charge.
ing our top-quality products
The event will be held
and services to customers
Wednesday, May 23, at First
who have been my friends
Energy Park in Lakewood.
PAGE 18 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 POINT PLEASANT
Annual ‘Bash at the Beach’
scheduled to kick off today
Cystic Fibrosis event to
support resident Aidan
Neville, others suffering
BY ERIC COLVIN
THE OCEAN STAR
POINT PLEASANT — Borough
residents Megan and Dan
Neville are ready to make the
fourth annual fundraiser for
their son, Aidan, 7, another
success this year.
Aidan has cystic fibrosis
and his parents are deter-
mined to raise money to find
a cure for their son — and all
those who suffer from the
After successful pub crawls
in Nutley in 2009, and
Manasquan, in 2010, the cou- COURTESY OF DAN NEVILLE COURTESY OF DAN NEVILLE
ple brought the fundraiser
Aidan Neville, 7, and his dog, Casey, spent some quality time togeth- The Point Pipers & Drums will again perform at “Bash at the Beach,” which will be held this evening at
closer to home last year, hold-
er recently. A fundraiser in Aidan’s honor will be held tonight at Farrell’s in Point Pleasant Beach to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Point Pleasant resident
ing the event at Farrell’s in
Farrell’s in Point Pleasant Beach to help Aidan fight cystic fibrosis. Aidan Neville, 7, who suffers from cystic fibrosis.
Point Pleasant Beach.
Tonight, April 13, the annu-
al “Bash at the Beach: “We were shocked,” Mrs. goes away,” Mrs. Neville said.
Support a Cure for Aidan
Neville” will again happen
from 3 p.m. to closing at
Neville said. She said cystic
fibrosis is not typically diag-
nosed that early.
“It is important that those
with cystic fibrosis never
miss a treatment.”
Farrell’s, located at 401 The disease affects Aidan’s Until a cure is developed, it
Broadway in Point Beach.
Those who wish to attend
this year’s fundraiser can do
respiratory and digestive sys-
“He has had three surgeries
is a matter of trying to delay
further lung damage, she said.
Aidan has a brother, Gavin,
available for Summerfest
so for a $30 donation to the this year for [cystic fibrosis]- 4, who does not have cystic Annual event expected dors, at last year’s event. and five to six different
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation related complications,” Mr. fibrosis. Mrs Neville said she Mrs. McCabe said beer and inflatable rides for children.
[CFF] at the door or online at Neville said this week. and Mr. Neville used a form to draw about 25,000 wine will again be available “We’ll continue to bring in
www.cff.org/Great_Strides/ “Overall he is doing well of in vitro fertilization to guests to Point Pleasant this year inside a fenced-in new, trendy inflatables,
DanNeville. though.” ensure Gavin would not have beer garden at the park. another mechanical ride and
Music and happy hour Aidan takes about 50 pills a the disease, as there is a one- Local musician Matt Wade a few more rides,” Mrs.
prices will be available day, especially when he eats in-four chance he would have THE OCEAN STAR is working with the chamber McCabe said.
throughout the evening. meals because the illness also also been born with cystic to coordinate the musical Local non-profit organiza-
“We will also have give- effects his pancreas. fibrosis. Applications are available acts that will perform during tions, such as the Point
aways during the night,” Mr. Mr. Neville said another Having a child via in vitro online for vendors interested the day in the bandshell. Pleasant Animal Welfare
Neville said this week. large part of Aidan’s treat- fertilization reduces the risk in setting up shop at this “We’re looking forward to Committee, Point Paws, will
He said there will be bands ment is to wear a vibrating of a child being born with year’s Summerfest. a dynamic, fun event for have free space at the event.
providing live music, includ- vest, which helps break up cystic fibrosis because doc- The 22nd Annual everybody,” Mrs. McCabe Also new this year, the
ing Point Pleasant resident mucus in his chest. Aidan has tors can select eggs from the Summerfest will take place said. “We are also going to Point Pleasant Boro First Aid
Kaili McDonald, The Point undergone several sinus sur- mother that do not contain for the second year in a row give Point Pleasant business- Squad will park the ambu-
Pipers & Drums and local geries, as well. the cystic fibrosis gene. inside Community Park on es priority placement.” lance inside the park, as
group Sinn Fehay, which fea- “When an infection hits The couple is currently Bridge Avenue. The priority placement, opposed in the parking lot on
tures musicians Matt hard, he wears the vest three expecting a baby daughter, The event is scheduled to she said, will allow local Bridge Avenue, where the
Williams and Mike Sabo. days a week,” Mr. Neville also through in vitro fertiliza- take place between 11 a.m. businesses maximum expo- vehicle was docked last year.
“Every year, the Cystic said. tion, whose due date is May and 7 p.m. on Saturday, June sure at Summerfest by allow- “We are adaptable, we have
Fibrosis Foundation’s great- Aidan also takes antibiotics 17. 2, with a rain date the follow- ing them to set up in key a lot of space there and we
est fundraiser is Great intravenously and has had Anyone with questions ing day, Sunday, June 3. locations in the park. like to change and mix it up
Strides,” Mr. Neville said. He several peripherally inserted about the process is welcome Last year, an estimated “The crafters we try to every year,” Mrs. McCabe
said the event is scheduled central catheter [PICC] lines, to email Mrs. Neville at 20,000 to 25,000 people bring in provide many differ- said. “The main focus is the
for May 20 this year. which allow him to be email@example.com attended the annual fest in ent art forms to keep a good safety of the guests and a fun
Great Strides is held annu- hooked up to an IV at home or Mr. Neville at the park. mixture,” Mrs. McCabe said. time for the day — and to
ally at the Point Pleasant instead of in a hospital. firstname.lastname@example.org. Eileen McCabe, spokesper- She said the chamber also highlight everything Point
Beach boardwalk and the Cystic fibrosis will eventu- To donate to the Nevilles’ son for the Point Pleasant plans to have more rides for Pleasant has to offer”
Nevilles participate in the ally lead to serious lung infec- cause, visit Chamber of Commerce, children this year. For more information, or
walk each year as Team tions, Mrs. Neville said. In the www.cff.org/Great_Strides/ which sponsors Summerfest “We’re hoping to try to be to obtain an application, visit
Aidan’s All-Stars. 1950s, children with cystic DanNeville. in conjunction with the more creative with the rides,” the chamber online at
Mrs. Neville said Aidan fibrosis often did not live Passion Group, of Asbury she said. “We didn’t have www.pointpleasantcham-
was born with cystic fibrosis until 5, she said. Now, the life Eric Colvin covers Point Pleasant for Park, said “quality over quan- enough rides, they were in ber.com.
and she and her husband expectancy has increased to The Ocean Star. He can be reached at tity” will be a focus this year. high demand.”
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Boosters annual Four-car accident
outing April 29 spurs investigation
BY ERIC COLVIN vehicle accident on Summit
and $125 for adults.
Event expected to draw In addition to providing
THE OCEAN STAR Drive,” Capt. Larsen said yes-
more than 100 players funding for the scholarships, POINT PLEASANT — A multi- He said officers Brian
to Cruz Farms in Wall the golf outing also makes car accident that occurred Fennessey and Jeff Johnson,
the association’s other con- Wednesday night remains along with Sgt. David
tributions to the community the focus of an investigation Radsniak, responded to the
THE OCEAN STAR
possible. by the Point Pleasant Police scene.
POINT PLEASANT — The 18th The boosters host all the Department. “The preliminary investi-
Annual Point Pleasant sports banquets, one for According to Capt. gation resulted in officers
Borough Athletic Booster each of the spring, fall and Richard Larsen, four vehi- taking one subject into cus-
Association Golf Outing winter sports seasons, at the cles were involved in the tody,” Capt. Larsen said. “The
will take place later this Woodlake Country Club in crash on Summit Drive in subject was the driver of one
month. Lakewood. the borough. of the vehicles.”
The annual event is ched- The boosters also pur- Two moving vehicles col- He said the department
uled to happen this year on chase banners for teams, lided head-on, the captain would not reveal individuals’
Sunday, April 29, at the Cruz most valuable player tro- said, and then made contact name or the charges at this
Farms Golf Course in Wall. phies that are handed out at with two other vehicles, time, as the investigation is
Rick McGarry, president the end of the seasons and both of which were parked ongoing.
of the boosters, said the jackets for teams, especially SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR on Summit Drive. “Officer Johnson is contin-
association typically has those that win state compe- “[Wednesday night] at uing the investigation to see
about 100 to 110 people titions. SPENDING TIME WITH DAD 8:37 p.m., we received a call if additional charges are war-
attend the annual golf out- All beverages, including from an unknown party, ranted,” Capt. Larsen said
Molly Sharpe, 8 months, of Point Pleasant, was with her
ing, which raises approxi- adult beverages, will be cov- through 9-1-1, of a motor yesterday.
father, Ryan Sharpe, during the Point Pleasant Elks Annual
mately $15,000 each year to ered by the cost of participa- Easter Party last weekend.
support Point Pleasant stu- tion.
He said there will be an
Mr. McGarry said there
will be a closest-to-the-pin Caregivers commit
adult division with four
adults and another division
and longest drive contest, Day trip to Philadelphia
for teams of two students
and two adults.
and the winners will receive
prizes the boosters are cur- to elderly residents
Mr. McGarry said student
athletes can be from
rently working to get.
Hamburgers and hot dogs set for this Wednesday THE OCEAN STAR
by themselves, or socially iso-
Memorial Middle School, will be served at the turn-
THE OCEAN STAR library. On the memo line of lated and not know about our
Point Pleasant Borough High around and a full barbecue Caregiver Volunteers of
dinner will be held at the the check, please include program,” said Mary
School or be a graduate who The Point Pleasant Boro Central Jersey [CVCJ] a non-
end of the day. “April 18 Trip” and a contact Malagiere, manager of volun-
is now attending college. Friends of Library have sev- profit agency active in Ocean
A raffle and gift auction telephone number. teers for CVCJ.
In previous years, between eral day trips planned for County, is committed to
will take place during the All names of guests must CVCJ is a non-profit inter-
30 and 40 students attended 2012. enabling the frail and elderly
dinner that evening at Cruz also be on the check, if pay- faith agency whose mission is
the outing. The boosters The group is now accept- of Ocean County remain liv-
ing for more than one person. to assist the frail and home-
expect the same turnout this Farms. The live auction will ing reservations for April and ing independently in their
Then, Tuesday, May 22, the bound elderly with everyday
month. have about 10 foursomes to May outings. Non-library home. Volunteers are avail-
group will head to the New tasks enabling them to remain
“It’s neat that the kids can golf courses in the area, such members are also welcome. able to help a senior or an
York Botanical Gardens for independent in their own
get involved in it,” Mr. as Woodlake Country Club, First, this Wednesday, adult child take care of an
the Monet’s Giverny exhibit. homes, free of charge.
McGarry said. “Especially Pine Barrens, Toms River April 18, the group will head elderly family member.
The cost of $65 will Volunteers help senior citi-
because they are the benefi- Country Club and Jumping to the Philadelphia Museum The service is free and
include bus fair and exhibit zens each month with trans-
ciaries of the outing.” Brook. of Art for the Vincent Van there is no income eligibility.
tour, plus a tram ride through portation to medical appoint-
A direct result of last A one-year, social mem- Gogh exhibition. Volunteers are available now
the gardens. ments, grocery shopping,
year’s outing was the boost- bership to the Woodlake The trip will cost $50 per to provide grocery shopping,
Lunch will not be included. relief for Alzheimer’s disease
ers being able to award 26, Country Club will also be person and includes a round- make reassuring phone calls,
The bus will leave the library caregivers, reassuring tele-
$500 scholarships to graduat- available at the auction. trip bus ride from the library pet visits and respite care for
at 8:45 a.m. and return at phone calls, friendly/pet vis-
ing high school student ath- For more information on Beaver Dam Road. families caring for loved ones
approximately 6 p.m. its. CVCJ has two locations
letes. about the upcoming golf Lunch will not be included. with chronic illness, dementia
Checks should be brought serving Ocean County, in
The outing will begin at outing and gift auction, visit The bus will leave library at or Alzheimer’s disease.
in an envelope to Margaret at Whiting at 30 Lacey Road and
11:30 a.m. with lunch and a 8:30 a.m. and return at “We are especially reaching
the boosters’ website at the library with a memo line Toms River at 253 Chestnut
putting contest. A shotgun approximately 6 p.m. out to our Brick, Point
sites.google.com/site/point- of “May 22 Trip” and a con- Street.
start will follow at about For reservations, bring a Pleasant and Point Pleasant
pleasantathleticboosters, or tact phone number. Names of For more information, call
12:30 p.m. check made out to the Point Beach residents, and those on
The cost to register will call Dave Corso at 609-203- any guests also need to be Mary O. Malagiere at 732-505-
Pleasant Boro Friends of the Barrier Island in
be $100 for student athletes 7058. included. 2273 ext. 211 or visit www.care-
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Boro rec girls team
cruises past Beach
First win since 2005, game.
With just 20 seconds left in
Point girls squad takes the first half, the Point Beach
home Mayor’s Trophy team hit a jump shot to make
the score 12-11 at halftime.
The Point Pleasant team
BY ERIC COLVIN maintained the lead through-
THE OCEAN STAR out the third quarter and the
Point Beach squad got the
POINT PLEASANT — The Point game to within two points
Pleasant Girls Recreation All with just two minutes
Stars Basketball Team remaining.
recently did something no The Point Pleasant all star
other team had done since team included seventh and
2005. eighth grade girls. All the
The girls defeated the girls played in the Point
Point Pleasant Beach Girls Pleasant Recreation Center’s
Recreation All Star squad to fall sixth through eighth
JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE OCEAN STAR
take home the Mayor’s grade recreation league.
Trophy. According to the recre- The Point Pleasant Recreation Department Girls All Star Basketball Team defeated the Point Pleasant Beach girls squad for the first time
The final score of the game ation department, there was since 2005 recently.
was 23-19. an increase in the number of
The Point Pleasant team eighth grade girls wishing to The 2012 Point Pleasant Berquist, Marissa Petronzio
started the contest in a man- participate this year. Girls Recreation All Star and Hope Savino, all eighth
to-man defense, but the Point The program has become Basketball Team was com- graders, rounded out the
Beach team was able to
amass an 8-6 lead early in the
so popular that the depart-
ment is looking to expand to
posed of seventh graders
Jamie Morris, Ally Lassen,
Gardeners to assist
contest. include ninth grade girls. Megan Highes and Jackie Eric Colvin covers Point Pleasant for
At the start of the second
quarter, the Point Pleasant
team switched to a 3-2 zone
Any girl who lives in Point
Pleasant is eligible to play in
the league, regardless of bas-
Alyssa Joyce, Shea Blake,
Jenna Andujar, Amy
The Ocean Star. He can be reached at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-
899-7606 Ext 16.
defense and held the Point ketball background.
Anyone interested in teers will develop a garden
Beach squad to just 11 points The all star team is select-
design and inform the part-
during the remainder of the ed yearly at the close of the setting up gardens
find what you are
Coaches Guy Lassen and
Rotary to host swim should contact group
ner organization of proper
soil preparation, planting
techniques, correct watering
William Morris only had a
looking for... week to prepare the team
prior to the game against
lessons this spring THE OCEAN STAR
practices, responsible fertil-
izing, mulching and plant
Point Beach. There were The Master Gardeners of
Dig into the four, two-hour practices THE OCEAN STAR sions and no make-up ses- Ocean County, Rutgers
The Master Gardeners also
encourage the use of native
exclusively to teaching sions are available. Cooperative Extension, con-
Ocean Star aggressive, zone defense.
The Point Pleasant Boro
Rotary Club will host swim
For children ages 3 to 4,
lessons will take place from
tinue to offer a unique advi-
and non-invasive plants.
When the planning is com-
lessons at the aquatics cen- sory program to schools and
Classifieds! ST. JUDE ter in The Atlantic Cub,
12:30 to 1 p.m. For children
ages 5 to 6, lessons will be
nonprofit organizations in
plete, the Master Gardeners
will provide mentors to
Wall, on April 28 and May 5, northern Ocean County.
from 1 to 1:30 p.m. or from guide the project.
NOVENA 12 and 19. 1:30 to 2 p.m.. Children ages 7
The Design Committee of
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be There will be limited the Ocean County Master
and up will be taught arrange for the manual labor
adored, glorified, loved and pre- space, and the deadline to Gardeners is now setting up
between 1:30 and 2:15 p.m. required for the project and
served throughout the world, now apply is this Wednesday, its schedule of projects for
Registration will cost $25 provide plant material.
and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus,
April 18. 2012 and need local groups
pray for us. St. Jude, worker of mira- per child and those enrolled Administrators and repre-
Children from 3 years old who are interested in partici-
cles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the must be a resident of Point sentatives of schools and
and up who cannot swim pating.
hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer Pleasant Borough. nonprofit community organi-
more than one-half the The design committee will
9 times a day. Say it for 9 days. By All applications must be zations interested in setting
the eighth day, your prayer will be length of the pool will be partner with eligible organi-
returned to The Atlantic up a garden, may contact the
answered. It has never been known to taught in 30 minute sessions. zations to assist in setting up
Club. Call the club at 732- Master Gardeners at 732-349-
fail. Publication must be promised. Parents must stay in the a garden.
292-4475 for more informa- 1246 or email@example.com-
Thank you, St. Jude. S.R.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 PAGE 21
follows in her family’s
footsteps — nursing
CANCER CONCERN CENTER
BY COLLEEN KING Montalbano began working
THE OCEAN STAR there two years ago and
helps spread the word about
the Cancer Concern Center
efore she even hit double-digits, Brittany with those patients.
Montalbano was a full-fledged volunteer “She does help us put our
name out there in
for a local nonprofit dedicated to helping Community Medical Center
ease the lives of those with cancer. As the with the oncologists and
nurses there,” Mrs.
granddaughter of the nonprofit’s founder, much Montalbano, who also serves
of her teenage years revolved around stuffing as the office manager for the
Cancer Concern Center,
envelopes for fundraisers or helping style cancer said.
patients’ wigs, among countless other tasks. And
CHOOSING ONCOLOGY NURSING
now, at 25, with her career beginning to take off In her path to become an
and her master’s degree in progress, she still oncology nurse, she said her
relationship to the center
keeps the Cancer Concern Center a priority. has definitely had an impact
on her career decision.
“I would definitely say
The Cancer Concern groups were held at the
that it has influenced me,” SUEANNE GOSS THE COAST STAR
Center, located on Cancer Concern Center.
Ms. Montalbano said. “Just
Richmond Avenue in Point Since then, the center has Brittany Montalbano is training hard for the upcoming New Jersey Marathon in support of her family’s
hearing some of the people
Pleasant Beach, was founded expanded its programs to local nonprofit, the Cancer Concern Center, which is located on Richmond Avenue.
who come to the support
in 1996 by Lori Jeffries, of include nutritional counsel-
groups weekly, they’re emo-
Brick, and Jill McDonough, ing, Reiki and yoga classes, one into a crisis.” “This is my first her involved.”
tionally exhausted and they
of Lavallette, who is Ms. makeovers, massages, medi- Her work as a nurse, with marathon,” Ms. Montalbano Ms. Montalbano’s work
need that support from
Montalbano’s grandmother. tation, and more, but sup- a background in psychology, said. “I’ve always liked to with Community Medical
other people going through
Ms. Jeffries and Ms. port groups were always the has taught her a multitude of run and I’m active, but I’m Center also serves as a prac-
the same thing.
McDonough met at a cancer top priority. ways to help cancer patients, definitely not an athlete in tical liaison to get the cen-
“It’s definitely one of the
retreat after they were both All of the center’s pro- but the first and most that sense.” ter’s name to current cancer
reasons why I chose oncolo-
diagnosed with breast can- grams are offered free of important component to “My push into it is to sup- patients.
gy nursing, right now in my
cer. The women, who were charge to local adults at any healing, Ms. Montalbano port the center and get the “We’re very, very proud of
life,” Ms. Montalbano added.
strangers before the week- stage in their cancer journey. said, is listening. name out there,” Ms. her,” Ms. McDonough
Ms. Montalbano said the
end retreat, promised to “It’s so important, that’s Montalbano said. agreed. “Her concern for
support groups were the
keep in touch. BRITTANY’S ROLE the one thing you learn — The “small-town, commu- people, her empathy, it’s
main reason her grandmoth-
As they returned home, “I would always help vol- the listening factor,” Ms. nity, homey environment” is there — it’s just natural.
er and Ms. Jeffries started
the two woman decided they unteer in any way,” Ms. Montalbano said. “The first a “different take” on tradi- “She takes the time to be
the center, adding that both
craved the comfort the Montalbano said. “It’s always thing is to really listen.” tional cancer therapies and involved. She’s a very family-
women are still fully
retreat had offered them. been a part of my life.” something Ms. Montalbano oriented person,” Ms.
involved with the center and
“They found it so thera- Her mother, Lisa THE NEW JERSEY MARATHON is proud to represent. McDonough added.
peutic, all the complimenta- Montalbano, said her daugh- The next big fundraiser “We’re very excited to be Donna Reinbeck, director
Her belief and support of
ry therapies. They wanted to ter and her friends would be the Cancer Concern Center part of the New Jersey of patient care for the oncol-
the mission of the center is
do something similar to that recruited to help stuff is involved in is the New Marathon,” Ms. Montalbano ogy units at Community
what keeps her involved to
in our community,” said Ms. envelopes for the annual Jersey Marathon. The center said, adding that she trains Medical Center, is Ms.
Montalbano, a Point dinner-dance fundraiser and was recently selected as a about four times a week and Montalbano’s boss.
“When you have this diag-
Pleasant Beach resident. style wigs the center pro- Bronze Charity Partner for is keeping up with the “She’s one of the best
nosis, not only are you bom-
As months passed, their vides. the New Jersey Marathon — fundraising goal. nurses I have ever met,” Ms.
barded by such a scary diag-
idea of a comfortable sup- “My role now hasn’t which is held on May 6. Reinbeck said. “She’s kind,
nosis, you’re also bombarded
port center grew into reality changed much,” Ms. As a Bronze Charity FAMILY SUPPORT compassionate, empathetic.
with a whole new life,” Ms.
and donations came in from Montalbano said. Partner, the center will put Her father, Kenneth, She’s a pleasure to have in
Montalbano said. “It’s week-
around the community until She now works as an together a team of runners brother, Kenneth, Jr., 21, and the unit. She’s so profession-
ly radiation, daily chemo, a
there was enough to start oncology nurse at for the marathon and will be uncle, Tim McDonough, will al and so caring and you can
totally different health state
renting a space. Community Medical Center, able to raise funds through also be running while her see that she really does care
— it’s like throwing some-
In 1996, the first support in Toms River. Ms. the event. mother, grandmother, and about her patients.
The Cancer Concern Ms. Jeffries volunteer during “She’s a wonderful person
Center’s goal is to raise the event. and a wonderful nurse,” Ms.
$50,000 through the “Team Cancer Concern” is Reinbeck said.
marathon. That amount will made up of 40 runners from Between growing up in
cover an entire year of around the greater Point the environment of giving
expenses for the organiza- Pleasant area — each of dif- back and working in oncolo-
tion. ferent athletic abilities gy nursing, her experiences
Every dollar donated to For Ms. Montalbano, the have put a lot of things in
the Cancer Concern Center personal connection the cen- perspective for the 25-year-
remains with the organiza- ter offers is something she old, who is also studying at
tion and is utilized for local hopes to extend to as many Monmouth University to be
cancer support. The New as possible a psychiatric nurse practi-
Jersey Marathon does not “You see all the hard work tioner.
take a percentage of the that goes into [the center],” “You’re able to see that
donations. Ms. Montalbano said. “You you can make a difference,”
The marathon is com- see the end results, we have Ms. Montalbano said. “A lot
prised of a full marathon, a great group of clients right of times people don’t think
half marathon, and half now that verbalize how their little contribution
marathon relay, where the essential and helpful this makes a difference, but I’ve
distance to run can be spit weekly support group is.” seen first-hand that it does.
among members of a team. Ms. Montalbano’s pres- It’s just trying to be a good
The race winds its way from ence at the center is an person. You’re healthy,
Monmouth Park in important resource for the you’re happy — you just try
Oceanport to Pier Village in patients, her mother said. to give back in whatever way
Long Branch. “She’s such a compassion- that you can.”
Ms. Montalbano will be ate nurse — she knew it was To volunteer, donate, or
running the half marathon the right place for her and find out for information
relay with her friend and fel- we’re so proud of her,” Mrs. about the Cancer Concern
low oncology nurse at Montalbano said. “She’s a Center, visit cancerconcern-
COURTESY OF BRITTANY MONTALBANO
Community Medical Center, wonderful person all around. center.org or call 732-701-
Brittany Montalbano [left] and her grandmother, Jill McDonough celebrated Ms. Montalbano’s gradua-
Jaquelyn Koenig, of Bayville. We feel so grateful to have 0250.
tion from nursing school at Monmouth University, located in West Long Branch, in 2008.
BRITTANY MONTALBANO Oncology nurse JILL MCDONOUGH Cancer Concern Center founder, grandmother LISA MONTALBANO Cancer Concern Center office manager, mother
“You’re healthy, you’re happy — you “We’re very, very proud of her. Her “She’s a wonderful person all around.
just try to give back in whatever way concern for people, her empathy, it’s We feel so grateful to have her
you can.” there — it’s natural.” involved.”
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TIME TO THINK ABOUT SOCCER SEASON to which few other children in her school
Dear Residents of Point Pleasant, could relate. O’Neill is an American selec-
Point Pleasant Soccer Association tive mute autistic, meaning she can speak,
[PPSA] is proud to announce that our On- but chooses not to. A woman who
Line Registration for Fall 2012 is now open, described her autism as “rainbow prism, a
go to PointSoccer.Org and register now. home, a way of life” could not relate to
For as long as I’ve been involved with other children in school because they did
PPSA we’ve done our very best to get not understand why she wouldn’t speak,
every child that wants to play on a team. forcing her to become largely self-educat-
One issue always seems to come up - chil- ed. Her voyage through the education sys-
dren that want to play and have been tem was marked by many hardships and
TO THE EDITOR
signed up late or haven’t been signed up at few triumphs.
all. Unfortunately, this is a plight familiar to
When teams are made up in June we do many students who depend on special
our best to anticipate late signups, and education in New Jersey. Despite the ever-
often individuals can be accommodated, increasing allocation of state and local dol-
but not always. lars to fund special education services
Frankly, it is not fair to put 20 kids on a each year, many public schools are still not
team because athletes sign up late and/or a providing effective services for their spe-
limited amount of coaches sign up. Each CONGRATULATIONS , MR. PASOLA! Sandy. John was a strong leader and a cial education students whose ultimate
child cannot possibly get the playing time The name Pasola huge supporter of our school pro- success is inextricably linked to the educa-
or attention from the coach they deserve. brings back grams. tion they receive during their developmen-
As a parent I encourage each family to extremely fond Congratulations Mr. Pasola for being tal years.
consider signing up for activities that will memories of my life honored in the Hall of Fame recogniz- Recently, the American Psychological
benefit their children’s growth and devel- as a former band ing your outstanding contributions to Association called for changes in the way
opment. director at the Point Pleasant Beach. We remember autism is defined, with the goal of offering
As a board member and coach I encour- Beach High School. how great the place was with your more effective treatments for this disorder.
age you to sign up for these activities as I had the privilege leadership. This effort to evaluate and reform the
early as you possibly can, before deadlines. of teaching the HARRY MADOLE
Soccer is a great sport to learn many Pasola kids and Laurel Lane, Tafton, Pa.
skills that will benefit a person for a life- HARRY they were outstand-
time whether that skill the value of sports- MADOLE ing, as was Mother SEE LETTERS PAGE 28
manship or physical activity.
Talk to your child about playing soccer.
PPSA is a great organization that has
served & will continue to serve our com- ally seen contract for this year of, was it, the police report from 2010 where you will
munity for years, primarily those young approximately $79,000 for the year. The see that Rogers demanded that she be able OBSERVATIONS OF
athletes. If you think your child will bene- contingencies must be adding up. to sign complaints against a Council candi-
fit from PPSA’s program register now at
PS: Thank you to all those folks that
Considering the Republicans approved
him without having a contract in place
could it possibly be cronyism or pay-to-
date and a private citizen immediately
even when told by the Chief that was not
have signed up already, and like us on play? If I recall correctly, wasn’t it Nothing on my blog escaped the
Facebook. Councilman Sabosik who stated at a coun- Republicans during that campaign. Why
EJ LEAHY cil meeting there was no contract in place not bring it up then? In my opinion, Susan
Dwight Avenue, Point Pleasant when they approved Mr. Dasti? Why bring Rogers thought she had a winning “theme”
the old guard back? Same old, same old. back then, bullying against her only child.
‘SAME OLD, SAME OLD’ Anonymously someone has dredged up It didn’t work out well for Susan Rogers.
Well here we go again. The Republican a flyer from October 2010 from my blog. Even after many articles by the Asbury
organization in this town is starting the They easily [though I doubt I could have Park Press reporter, Erik Larsen, the judge
election early. In my opinion, they are done it that well] manipulated the didn’t agree with her.
feigning righteous indignation over a flyer Republican flyer points to, in my opinion, a Just my opinion: Susan Rogers is still
that was manipulated [not by me] in more accurate version. There was a sym- running the show.
October 2010. Isn’t that a long time to wait bol that was offensive. It was a comment
to be offended? on Rogers’ leadership skills or, in my opin- LAURA BEEDEN
I believe I must have struck a cord by ion lack thereof. It was, also, a comment Spruce Street, Point Pleasant
publishing the amount that our former and
now again our current Borough Attorney
on her, in my opinion, my way or the high-
way approach to dealing with the Boro ASSEMBLYMAN RIBLE PUTTING FOCUS ON SPECIAL Contentment can
[Jerry Dasti] billed us from approximately employees and actually everyone. Isn’t that EDUCATION TASK FORCE
Feb. 23 to March 27 of this year: $14,900. how dictator’s rule? If you would like to Jasmine Lee O’Neill, author of Through stifle improvement
That seems rather high for his never actu- see the way Rogers treats people just read the Eyes of Aliens, grew up with struggles
Recapping the record
25 YEARS AGO FIVE YEARS AGO
The Point Pleasant Board of The west side of the Route 35 North
Education and council would meet corridor in Point Beach would soon
to revise a school budget that had have a new look after the town’s
been defeated that year. board of adjustment approved an
Following the meeting, the council application to allow a mixed-use
would draw up the budget, then go complex to be erected in the place
to the county and state boards of
education to meet a deadline.
of a former fitness center.
The application called for the con-
F R O M O U R R E A D E R S’ A R C H I V E S
Then-mayor Leonard Arms said the struction of a pair of three-story
most important thing to remember buildings, each containing commer-
in cutting the budget was the “best cial uses on the first floor and two-
interests of the schools. story duplexes on the second and
“We know we are not to compro-
mise the educational system,” he One building would contain eight
said. "We’re looking for surplus of single-family duplex units on the
money not specifically earmarked second and third floors with several
for education.” commercial uses on the ground
The second building would contain
10 YEARS AGO
four single-family duplex units on
State and local officials gathered for the second and third floor with
a groundbreaking ceremony at the commercial uses on the ground
site of a park to be built in Point floor.
State funding in the form of a grant
had been bestowed upon the town ONE YEAR AGO TODAY
for the project to make the park a Police in Point Beach sought the
reality. public’s help in identifying two men
who burglarized an under-construc-
“I have waited for this day for a
tion Arnold Avenue eatery
long time. It did not always look like
we would be here today,” said
councilman Tim Ferrie. The owner of the space said that
that eight, 55-inch Hitachi
“Without direct funding from the
Ultravision plasma televisions were
state, this would not have hap-
taken from inside the restaurant. COURTESY OF RICHARD MORRIS
pened,” said Mr. Ferrie.
Each television was valued at
Councilwoman Lee Sharpe noted Henry Nelson [right], father of Point Pleasant resident Jean Nelson McIntyre, stood with his young neigh-
approximately $1,600, police said.
that it was “momentous for the
town,” and called the grant a gift. The suspects’ images were cap- bor, Keith C. Morris, half-brother of Point Pleasant’s Richard Morris, as well as David Morris and Helen
tured on surveillance cameras Kitchen, both formerly of Point Pleasant, circa 1915. Borden Avenue can be seen in the background. The
Plans for the land included a soccer
mounted on the building, as was
field, two softball fields, an photograph is from the collection of the Point Pleasant Historical Society.
the Toyota Tacoma truck they
amphitheater, jogging and nature
placed the televisions in before
trails and a playground.
HOUSES OF WORSHIP FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 23
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PAGE 24 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 OBITUARIES
Conor Clark O’Day was his family’s “Make-A- [www.nj.wish.org]. For fur- his cherished family. Edward ‘Edd’ MacNish was a member of the VFW,
Wish” trip to Yankee spring ther information or to send He is preceded in death by the Knights of Columbus and
C o n o r training camp in Florida in condolences to the family, his maternal grandparents, Edward the Winthrop Yacht Club.
Clark O’Day, 2009, when he met many of visit www.obrienfuneral- Doris and Leo Coyle; his “ E d d ” Edd relocated to Point
20, of Brielle, his favorite players. Conor home.com. paternal grandparents, Glenn MacNish, Sr., Pleasant in 2006, and joined
formerly of was also a participant in St. and Sally Stowe; and aunt, 64, of Point the VFW Post 4715 in Point
P o i n t Mark’s Catholic Church Holy Patricia Rosenhaus. Pleasant, Pleasant Beach. He was an
Pleasant, Innocents Group and recent-
Jason C. Stowe Surviving are his beloved passed away active member of the Post
passed away ly enjoyed a boat trip around parents, James Stowe and suddenly on Color Guard and served as
o n Manhattan with his family. wife Terri, and mother, Susan M o n d ay, Vice Commander. Edd was
Wednesday, April 4, at Jersey He will be greatly missed. Scherler and husband Ernest; April 9. also a member of the
Shore University Medical Conor was predeceased by his stepsisters, Laura Walter, He was Disabled American Veterans.
Center, Neptune. his paternal grandparents, Stacey McIntire and husband born in Edd loved boating, fishing,
Conor was born in Point Harold and Claire O’Day, of Carroll, and Teique Thomas; Newark and camping, Heineken beer, his
April 4, at
Pleasant and was a lifelong Westfield. stepbrother, Kurt E. Scherler was a gradu- Cockatiel, Hiney, and The
O c e a n
resident of Brielle. He gradu- He is survived by his lov- and wife Deborah; his uncle, ate of St. James Grammar Grateful Dead. He had a big
M e d i c a l
ated from Brielle Elementary ing parents, Ken and Sharon Leo Coyle and wife Virginia; School and Essex Catholic heart, a generous spirit and
Center after a long coura-
School and Manasquan High [Dunn] O’Day, as well as his his aunt, Jane Stier and hus- High School. Edd played the never had a bad word to say
geous battle with Crohns
School, and was currently a beloved brother, Harrison band John; his uncles, Larry trumpet and was a member about anyone.
student at the Hawkswood O’Day, his maternal grand- Rosenhaus and Glenn Stowe of St. Joseph’s Drum & Bugle Edd is predeceased by his
Born in Plainfield, he grew
School in Eatontown, and parents, Harry and Joan Jr.; his cousins, Jennifer, John, Corp and Blessed Sacrament father, Edward V. MacNish
up in Cranford and attended
attending Brookdale Dunn, of Brielle, and other Tiffany, Samantha, Leo, Drum and Bugle Corp. and his stepfather, John P.
The Millburn Ave. School for
Community College. Last relatives and friends. Michael, James, and Sam; and On March 17, 1969, Edd Burke.
the Deaf, and the Katzenback
year, Conor was the assistant O’Brien Funeral Home, his nieces and nephews, joined the U.S. Army. He was Surviving are his mother,
School for the Deaf, Trenton,
disc jockey at the Wall, was in charge of Clair, Madeline, Watt, a helicopter mechanic serv- Cecila Burke, Point Pleasant,
graduating in 1989. Jason
Hawkswood School prom arrangements. Interment was Samantha, Matthew, Samuel, ing in B Troop, 1st of the 9th his son, Edward V. MacNish,
loved golf, bowling, and
and he also served as a guest in Greenwood Cemetery, Glenn III, and Scarlet. Calvary. While on a mission Jr., Toms River, his sisters
enjoyed watching football,
disc jockey on the Brielle. O’Brien Funeral Home, in Taynin, Vietnam, Edd’s Doreen MacNish, Brick, and
especially the New York
Monmouth University public In lieu of flowers, dona- Brick, was in charge of helicopter was shot down Patricia Caldwell, Point
Giants. He liked to take trips
radio station. Conor was an tions in Conor’s memory arrangements. and he was seriously injured. Pleasant, his nephews, Brent
down to Atlantic City and
avid sports fan and loved may be made to “Make-A- Interment was in He received the Silver Star and Scott Caldwell, Point
enter into poker tournaments
watching the Yankees, Wish” Foundation of N.J. 1347 Greenwood Cemetery, for his bravery and sacrifice Pleasant, his granddaughter,
with his friends. he was a
Rangers and Giants. One of Perrineville Road, Monroe Brielle. during the mission, along Ava, Toms River, his ex-wife,
gentle soul who enjoyed
Conor’s happiest memories Twp., 08831, Memorial contributions with the Purple Heart and Rose MacNish, Toms River,
spending quality time with
may be made in Jason’s mem- Bronze Star. Edd was very and cousins Joseph Howell,
ory to the Critical Care Unit proud to have served his Manchester, Joan Ellen
or Shore Rehabilitation country. Meisenbacher, Point Pleasant
Center, c/o Ocean Medical After Edd was medically and John Meisenbacher,
Center, 425 Jack Martin Blvd., discharged from the U.S. Brick.
Brick, 08724 or Crohn’s and Army, he lived in San Jose, Pable Evertz Funeral
Colitis Foundation of Calif. and New Jersey for a Home, Point Pleasant, was in
America, 386 Park Ave. few years before moving to charge of arrangements.
South, 17th Floor New York, Winthrop, Mass. Edd owned Interment was in Holy
N.Y. 10016. and operated a canteen truck Cross Cemetery, North
WHAT MEN WANT For more information or to for several years. One of his Arlington.
While most men prefer minimally invasive proce- in cosmetic procedures. Doctors consider the baby
send condolences, please greatest joys was being out In lieu of flowers, dona-
dures to improve their appearance, they are increasing boomer generation a prominent age group seeking a visit www.obrienfuneral- on his 25’ Bayliner, the tions can be made in Edd’s
going beyond Botox and microdermabrasion to get their younger and more refined image. To schedule a con- home.com. ‘Cecilia B’, to fish and cruise memory to the Disabled
desired look. Among the most favored surgical proce- sultation for cosmetic surgery, please call SEA with family and friends American Veterans.
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comes to fat-suctioning, men generally focus on remov- which create an entirely natural look, especially at the
ing fat from areas that are often collectively referred to hairline.
as the “spare tire,” their lower back, upper flanks, and
abdomen. The popularity of tummy tucks (abdomino-
plasty) and body lifts is also expected to grow as gastric-
bypass patients continue to seek surgical correction of
sagging skin. Although liposuction is not a weight-loss
procedure, it does address weight-loss aftereffects.
Both men and women want to feel confident in the
way they look and be happy with how their clothes fit. In
the workplace, gaining respect and getting that better
paid position is reason enough for many men to invest
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Science projects earn students entry to regional science fair
Memorial Middle School
children excel at fair,
take the next step
THE OCEAN STAR
School science fairs have
come a long way since the
days of Styrofoam solar sys-
tems and volcanoes that
spewed baking soda and
vinegar lava flows.
In today’s science fair, that
favorite where a potato
becomes an electrical con-
duit would likely be re-imag-
ined and presented as an
alternative energy source,
complete with high-efficien-
cy light bulbs and repur-
In fact, a re-imagined ver-
sion of this experiment,
exchanging limes in place of
potatoes as the conductive
produce, was presented at
Memorial Middle School’s
Science Fair last month,
where it earned exhibitor
Kierstin Shea second place in
the sixth-grade level.
In March, more than 80
Memorial Middle School stu- COURTESY OF POINT PLEASANT SCHOOL DISTRICT
dents presented 65 science Memorial Middle School seventh grader Diena ten Broeke Levitsky won first place at the science fair recently. Diene will next compete in the Jersey Shore phase of the region-
projects to more than 200 al competition.
guests at the school’s Second
Annual Science Fair.
“Students in sixth, seventh percentile were invited to neodymium magnets and place prize in the school sci- And while she is grateful example of an optional sci-
and eighth grade developed advance to the next level of steel ball bearings increases ence fair for her project, for the recognition her proj- ence project.
projects based on their inter- the competition, the Jersey kinetic energy in their proj- “The Secret Life of Worms.” ect experienced in the sci- “Students engaged in aca-
ests in different areas of sci- Shore Science Fair at ect “Gaussian Distribution,” Olivia’s presentation, ence fairs, Olivia has her demic pursuits that capture
ence including microbiology, Stockton College.” seventh-grade co-exhibitors detailing the factors affecting entrepreneurial sights set their personal interests and
animal sciences, engineering, For Michael Grantham, 12, Brian Pell, Dan Dillon and compost production in toward a possible business passions, are reflected in the
computer science, and a high-powered leaf blower Michael Matera were award- Eisenia Foetida worms, venture, partnering with a outstanding results, like Miss
more,” said Memorial Middle and a sheet of plywood was a ed their grade’s second-place received further distinction local arbory to sell her com- Hyra has experienced,” the
School science teacher Carly winning combination, earn- prize. in the Jersey Shore Fair, plac- post as well as her worms. principal continued. “I have
Malfa, who, along with fellow ing him sixth grade’s first- Sara Campbell and Emily ing first in the Animal Other eighth-grade stu- thoroughly enjoyed becom-
science teacher Tracy Ferm, place award for creating a McKeon’s profile on the Science Division, reserving dents with science projects ing acquainted with our stu-
coordinated the event. functioning hovercraft. effects of tsunamis on natural her spot in the Delaware recognized on the school dents’ interests through the
“For many exhibitors, the Sustaining a hovering habitats, aptly titled Valley Fair. level included the secon- projects portrayed at the sci-
middle school fair was the height approximately three “Destruction of Nature — “I set out to determine if place project, “Mouse ence fair.”
culmination of months of inches off the ground while Tsunamis,” and Damon Del the density of the worms’ Glove,” Christopher Belman Mrs. Malfa said, “In just
designing experiments, col- supporting a maximum Priore’s “Solar Panels,” tied diet impacted the volume of and Conor McGullam’s two years, student participa-
lecting data and drawing weight of about 500 pounds, for seventh grade’s third- compost generated or if diet experiment transferring a tion in Memorial Middle
conclusions,” said Mrs. Michael’s science fair hover- place honors. affected their reproductive computer mouse’s functions School’s Science Fair has
Malfa, “but for five select craft, his third such construc- A closer look at bacteria habits,“ said Olivia. to a wireless glove, as well as grown exponentially.
exhibitors, the school fair tion, the first two built “just growth, entitled “The Ugly An avid gardener, 14-year- the third-place water mole- “Not only has the volume
represented the first phase in for fun,” impressed the Truth,” cast a disturbing light old Olivia cited the sense of cule splitting “It’s Electric” of participation increased,
a series of regional science judges enough to also earn on bacteria-killing claims of a frustration that accompanies project from the team of Alex but so have the caliber of the
fairs to which they would him an invitation to the number of well-known prod- attempting to garden in the Stupar, Kyle Johnson and projects submitted to the
advance.” Jersey Shore Science Fair. ucts, while earning seventh- sandy soil, native to Shore Brian Rogers. fair,” she continued. “I
According to Mrs. Malfa, “The secret,” said Michael, grade student Diena Ten areas, as the impetus for “The 65 projects on display believe participation will
an eight-member judging “is in the shape of the plat- Broeke Levitsky first place developing her project. The at Memorial Middle School’s continue to rise as our stu-
panel, comprised of school form.” for seventh grade, as well as project entailed measuring Science Fair represent a mix dents receive further recog-
science teachers, district According to Michael, a the opportunity to continue the casters, or worm feces, of assigned participants and nition for their scientific pas-
Science Supervisor circular platform, about four- to the Jersey Shore phase of produced by two pounds of students opting to share their sions.”
Jacquelyn Moore, and a rep- feet in diameter, performs far the science competition. Eisenia Foetida or Red interest in various scientific To learn more about the
resentative from Monmouth superior to a square-shaped For her series of Petri dish- Wiggler Worms. pursuits with their teachers Point Pleasant School
University, judged the proj- platform. es that effectively debunked “I split the worms into two, and peers,“ said Memorial District, visit the district
ects based on an established Kierstin’s aforementioned the anti-bacterial assertions 16-ounce groups,” she said. Middle School Principal website at www.pointpleas-
set of criteria. “Lime Light” experiment, of several leading soaps and “Both groups used the same Gary Floyd. “Olivia Hyra’s ant.k12.nj.us.
Using a numerical scoring conducting electricity hand sanitizing products, bedding and were exposed to science fair submission “The
rubric, the judges rated sci- through limes, and Emily Diena was awarded third the same light conditions, Secret Life of Worms” is an
entific thought, creative abil- Strassheim’s “Balloon Pop,” place in the Junior and were fed the same
ity, thoroughness, clarity and which as the name implies Microbiology Division at the weight of food consisting
skill demonstrated by proj-
ects like “Mouse Glove,”
“Destruction of Nature” and
“Each project was evaluat-
involved popping balloons
utilizing a homemade Rube
Goldberg Machine, rounded
out the sixth grade’s winning
projects, receiving second
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Class of 1970 Elizabeth Anastasio
60th birthdays to wed Joseph Arminio
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert and
Members of the Point
Pleasant Borough High
Freehold, proudly announce
School class of 1970 are hold-
the engagement of their
ing a birthday party to cele-
brate their collective 60th
Anastasio, Freehold, to
Joseph Arminio, Point
The party will be held at 7
p.m. on Saturday, June 23, at
Mr. Arminio is the son of
The Forte, on Bridge Avenue
Eileen and Bruce Gardner,
in Point Pleasant.
The cost to attend will be
Ms. Anastasio is a graduate
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of Freehold Township High ELIZABETH ANASTASIO &
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Mr. Arminio is a graduate
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Q. IF YOU COULD CHOOSE ANY PERSON TO BE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
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“Ed Yorio of Point Pleasant “George Carlin. He seemed
Beach. He’s smart, strong like a man that could get
and intelligent.” things done.”
Dylan O’Connor David Long
Point Pleasant Point Pleasant Beach
“Bring back Abraham “My mom, Deb Spader. She “J.F.K. I have a feeling he
Lincoln. He was good with is the strongest woman I could have done good things
dealing with internal know.” and we never got to see his
struggles.” full potential.” INTERVIEWS AND PHOTOS BY SUEANNE GOSS
& JOSEPH J. DELCONZO
Josephine Richards Dylan Spader Kyon Fields
Point Pleasant Beach Point Pleasant Beach Point Pleasant Beach
Mantoloking police blotter
The Mantoloking Police underage DWI, careless driving, hav- 35, of Howell, was arrested for tres-
Department has announced the fol- ing an open container of alcohol in a passing by Ptl. William Shewan.
lowing recent activity in the bor- motor vehicle, possession of drug MARCH 6: Katelyn Avella, 24, of
ough: paraphernalia, having a suspended Lavallette, was arrested for a $164
MARCH 4: Julian Cottrell, 45, of driver license, possession of a con- warrant out of East Windsor and
Lakewood, was arrested for driving trolled dangerous substance and driving with a suspended license by
while intoxicated [DWI] and careless possession of a controlled danger- Ptl. Shewan.
driving by Ptl. Scott Dryburgh. ous substance in a motor vehicle by MARCH 8: John C. Metivier, 37,
MARCH 5: Kyle M. Anderson, 19, Ptl. Dryburgh. of Brick, was arrested for a $165
of Brick, was arrested for DWI, MARCH 6: Christoph D. Humney, warrant out of Brick by Ptl. Shewan.
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LETTERS stretched to the breaking point, allowing
billions of dollars to be expended with lit-
FROM PAGE 22 tle oversight is simply unacceptable.
The series also revealed a startling lack
services provided to these children high-
of standards within special education pro-
lighted the need to improve the education
grams that calls into question the effective-
system for all children with special needs.
ness of such programs. In fact, schools are
To help advance this objective, I have
not required to report or even collect per-
recently reintroduced legislation, A1365,
formance data about their special educa-
that would create the Task Force on
tion programs. In addition, teachers who
Improving Special Education for Public
work with special education students are
School Students. This task force would
not required to be educated to specifically
study various issues related to improving
instruct students with a variety of complex
the funding and effectiveness of special
disorders. Clearly this system is in need of
education programs for public school stu-
an exhaustive evaluation and a thorough
dents including the evaluation of practices
for classifying and educating students, the
Ultimately, the establishment of this
development of the best practices for edu-
Task Force will help to move our educa-
cation professionals working with special
tion system closer to the high quality edu-
needs students and the development of
cation that will give them the opportunity
standards to ensure the programs address
to succeed. At the same time, it will help to
the needs of students.
ensure taxpayer dollars are used in an effi-
I originally crafted this bill in 2010, after
cient and effective manner.
the Asbury Park Press published a series
I urge concerned citizens to contact
on the special education system in New
their legislators and join me in calling for
Jersey. The series, entitled “Special Care,
this bill to be enacted so the Task Force
Unknown Costs,” questioned the cost and
can begin the process of reforming our
effectiveness of the state’s various special
special education system. Both the chil-
education programs. The series revealed
dren of New Jersey and the taxpayers
that $3 billion a year is spent on special
deserve nothing less.
education programs often with little super-
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With the state struggling to meet its finan-
ASSEMBLYMAN DAVID RIBLE
District 30 Representative, Wall
cial obligations and many families’ budgets
announces dates for
Walks on the Boards
THE OCEAN STAR
Freeholder John C. Bartlett
Jr. announced the Ocean
County Department of Parks
and Recreation will be con-
ducting a Walk the Boards
walking program this spring
Walkers will meet at a variety
of boardwalk locations
through out the county.
There will be four, one-
hour walks scheduled for
Tuesdays, May 1 to May 22,
meeting time at 10 a.m. The
following are the locations
and dates of the walks.
• May 1, Point Pleasant
Beach, Police Sub Station,
Arnold Avenue & Boardwalk
• May 8, Island Heights,
Pavilion on Central and River
• May 15, Ocean Gate,
Wildwood and E. Longport
• May 22, Seaside Park, J
Street Pavilion & Boardwalk
The fee is $6 for the series
of four walks and is for all
ages. Please note “program
no. 123534-1A” when register-
To register, send a check
made payable to County of
Ocean to Ocean County
Parks and Recreation, 1198
Bandon Road, Toms River,
08753. Please provide name,
address and daytime tele-
phone number, along with
program number when regis-
To receive more informa-
tion or to receive a Parks &
Recreation newsletter call 1-
877-OCPARKS or visit
The Ocean County Board
of Chosen Freeholders spon-
sors this program.
The Ocean Star
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK 30
POINT BEACH BASEBALL 30
POINT BORO BASEBALL 30
FISHING TIPS 34
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 PAGE 29
Panthers take control
of C Central Division
BY GREG DOMORSKI
THE OCEAN STAR
BRIELLE — There were many challenges
facing the Point Boro golf team this
Tuesday at the Manasquan River Golf
Gusty winds, rolling hills and playing
two of the Shore Conference’s better
teams in St. Rose and Wall were just a few
of the tasks at hand but Point Boro was
still able to pull together a strong per-
The Panthers shot a 175 to pick up a
win over Wall  but take a loss to St.
Rose . Point Boro’s record stands at
3-1 overall and is in a solid position in the
C Central Division race at 2-0.
During the away match, Point Boro’s
JOSEPH J. DELCONZO THE OCEAN STAR
Colin Costigan shot a 43, Brett Blank a 43,
Junior Eva Motto [above] provided heavy hitting, junior Catie Sherbo [below, #13] added quick base run- Dave Taulafo a 44, Ryan Carr a 45 and
ning and freshman Alexa Russell [below, scooping up the ball] solid fielding to pick up a 2-1 home vic- Jessica Kavanagh a 45. Kavanagh is the
tory over the Mater Dei Seraphs on Tuesday morning. lone senior on the team, with the four
others in the junior class.
POINT BEACH SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK St. Rose, which won the overall match,
was led by junior Thomas Burns, who
Point Beach hands
carved up the challenging course with a
36 to finish one under par during the vic-
Joining Burns with strong rounds dur-
ing the sweep were St. Rose senior Jake
Mater Dei first loss BY GREG DOMORSKI
Connor, who shot a 40; freshman Kellen
Jordan, who shot 42; sophomore Tony
Hamill, who shot a 46 and junior Joseph
Gowen, who rounded out the Purple
Roses’ scoring with a 52.
THE OCEAN STAR
SEE BORO PAGE 32
POINT PLEASANT BEACH — The Garnet Gulls
had been here before, down and nearly out,
and time and again they would managed to
rally to victory.
There was no reason to believe it would
be any different against the Mater Dei
The Gulls defense and pitching was,
again, better than advertised Tuesday
morning at Point Pleasant Beach Antrim
School fields, as hard as that is to believe in
the 2-1 victory.
After a nondescript first inning, the
Garnet Gulls found themselves in a dan-
gerous situation with two outs and a run-
ner on third in the top of the second
inning. An elite performance from senior
pitcher Amy Piccicacco kept the game
even at 0. She struck out the final batter.
The Gulls nearly made the first punch in
the bottom half of the inning. Piccicacco
hit a single to right field, Mackenzie
Donald reached base on an error and
Cheyenne DeStefano hit a shot into left
field to load the bases.
However, a strikeout and a ground out
left three runners on base that inning,
pumping up the Seraphs.
Piccicacco quickly quieted the team
with with three strikeouts in the top of the
With a deadlocked score of 0-0, the
Seraphs executed a double play at the bot-
tom of the third inning with the Gulls
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
Juniors Brett Blank [above] shot a 43 and Dave Taulafo [top] a 45 to help the Panthers edge past
SEE BEACH PAGE 32 the Wall Crimson Knights, Tuesday, at the Manasquan River Golf Course in Brielle.
Heart of a Lion
Molly McCourt and the Lions start But this season, that record wasn’t so easy
to come by compared to other seasons from
the season with record of 8-4 the traditional winning program. The
Georgian Court lacrosse team lost its two
BY GREG DOMORSKI most explosive attackers and the team came
THE OCEAN STAR into the season without any substitutes. This
forced the squad to recruit throughout the
LAKEWOOD — Aggressive. Tough.
university for additional talent.
The entire league knew it, too. Instead of
These three words perfectly describe
the traditional preseason number-one rank-
Point Borough graduate and current
ing in the conference, the Lions were ranked
Georgian Court University sophomore
number two — something the Lions would
Molly McCourt on the lacrosse field.
not take well. McCourt realized she would
“Sometimes it gets a little out of hand,” she
have to develop as a college athlete faster,
said, laughing while describing her style of
and she was looked at as one of the leaders
play. “Every ball that is on the ground, I am
of the team.
going to get it. I play my heart out. That is all
“We wanted to come out and prove we
that matters — I am not going to let back
were the number-one ranked team still and
down from anybody.”
win our [conference] championship,”
McCourt’s nature is exactly the reason
McCourt said. “Every game is like a champi-
why she scored 31 goals as a freshman and 25
onship game to us. It is crazy.”
so far this season. She has helped lead
The Lions opened the season with a rough
Lions to a 8-4 record, which includes a 7-2
record in the Central Atlantic Collegiate MOLLY MCCOURT
Conference [CAAC]. SEE MCCOURT PAGE 33 COURTESY OF GEORGIAN COURT UNIVERSITY
PAGE 30 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 SPORTS
POINT BEACH BASEBALL NOTEBOOK
Garnet Gulls fall to Roses,
go on to win three straight
Point Beach picks up
key nondivisional win
over St. John Vianney
BY GREG DOMORSKI
THE OCEAN STAR
WALL — The Point Beach
Garnet Gulls baseball team
has played like a champi-
onship-caliber team for the
first two games of the season.
The third game against St.
Ouch. JOSEPH J. DELCONZOTHE OCEAN STAR
Point Beach was shut out, Senior infielder Matt Percheski’s sacrifice bunt put runners on sec- STEVE WEXLER THE OCEAN STAR
3-0, last Thursday in a B ond and third during in the top of the third inning, but the Gulls
Point Boro’s Ryan Thrunk [seen here versus Manasquan] struck out one batter in a 13-3 home loss to
Central Division heavy- were unable to drive home a run.
the Wall Crimson Knights on Monday.
weight battle at the Edward I.
Brown Athletic Complex in
quick fashion of just under one out. Currao then struck of one inning to pick up the POINT BORO BASEBALL NOTEBOOK
two hours. out the Gulls’ number-two 13-7 road win over St. John
In the key division match, batter, Noah Yates, and num- Vianney High School in
St. Rose’s star pitcher Brad
Currao pitched all seven
innings, struck out five and
only gave up five hits with no
ber-three batter, C.J. Lopez,
to end the inning.
“We have to get more guys
on base,” Hawkins said. “We
Holmdel on Wednesday
St. John Vianney is widely
considered one of the top
Panthers fall in a slump
BY GREG DOMORSKI RBIs, hit a shot up the middle “We are confident
walks. The junior used a executed some well hits in teams in the Shore
THE OCEAN STAR for a double to make the
great combination of a well- there. But we have to execute Conference and the loss
score 7-2. The Huskies would
that these guys will
placed fastball and good and gets runs without getting against Beach was the first of turn this team
POINT PLEASANT — Saturday’s earn a run in the top of the
movement of his off-speed hits, and they [St. Rose] did the year, with the team now
baseball game between Point sixth and seventh innings on around.”
pitches to keep Point that, and that’s why they standing at 3-1.
Boro and Matawan looked RBI singles to build a 9-2
Pleasant Beach guessing in won.” Nieto was 2-for-3 and fin-
like it was going to turn out lead. DAVID DREW
the batter’s box. He continu- Coach Hawkins said there ished with two hits and two Point Boro baseball coach
to be a barnburner. Ryan Lees drove home the
ously threw first-pitch is still time to recover, but RBIs. Catcher Pfefferkorn
However, the Panthers’ last run for the Panthers in
strikes to get ahead of Garnet hopes the team will take this was 4-for-4. Senior Anthony
lead quickly charred away, the bottom of the seventh for “Giving up a lot of runs
Gull hitters. loss as a little bit of motiva- Capodanno had two hits,
resulting in an eventual 9-3 the 9-3 result. happens for a lot of reasons,”
“The kid pitched a real tion for the rest of the season. which included a three-run
blowout victory for the On the mound for the coach Drew said. “It is not
good game against us,” Point “This is game three — homer. Noah Yates was 2-for-
Huskies. Panthers was Keith Murphy, just pitchers. It is not just
Beach head coach Ty there is no reason to panic,” 4 at the plate.
The Panthers first took the who struck out five. defense. It is the whole pack-
Hawkins said of Currao. “He he said. Coach Hawkins credited
lead in the bottom of the first Matawan’s Justin Harnett age.”
kept us off balance. If you When asked if it could pro- the win to good situational
inning. With two outs, junior struck out eight. Point Boro’s
have a high school pitcher vide some fire for his team, hitting.
catcher Ryan Prout hit a dou- Kevin Bobertz and Michael POINT BORO VS. JACKSON LIBERTY
like that it is tough to pick up he said, “I hope so. There is “It is a big win and yeste-
ble to put him into scoring Dunham also both came into Point Boro’s troubles con-
a win. nothing wrong with pres- day’s [against Mater Dei] was
position. He was brought the game, striking out one tinued against the Jackson
“But, for the most part, I sure. Pressure is good.” just as big,” coach Hawkins
home on a Kurt Huskie each. Liberty Lions. The Panthers
thought we were aggressive said. “We have been swinging
VanBenschoten double to Point Boro head coach lost, 11-1, after the 10 run rule
swinging at strikes,” he con- POINT BEACH VS. MATER DEI the way we should be swing-
center field, making the David Drew emphasized that was put into effect after six
tinued. “We hit some balls The Garnet Gulls ing the whole time.
score 1-0. the Panthers have to play innings.
hard but we didn’t have any answered with a 2-1 victory “Every game you don’t
In the top of the second the more consistently in order to The Panthers dropped to
luck.” over Mater Dei at home on know what is going to hap-
Huskies loaded the bases and add more wins. 1-5 overall and have yet to
St. Rose first got on the Tuesday. pen,” he said. “They are a
junior outfielder Anthony “We have to play seven pick up a division win,
scoreboard in the top of the Noah Yates came in relief good team and are well
Principe hit a single to drive innings of baseball. Even in standing 0-4 in the C
second inning. The Roses’ of his brother Zach and coached.”
in a run to tie the game at 1. our win against Barnegat we Central.
Zac Vuono was walked and pitched four scoreless The Garnet Gulls now
At the top of the third didn’t play seven innings,” The Panthers only fin-
went on to steal second and innings, allowing just four stand at 4-1 this season.
inning, three of the first four Drew said, referring to the ished with three hits and
third. He was brought home hits and striking out four. He Point Beach went on to
Huskie batters were walked, only win of the season. “We were struck out nine times
when senior centerfielder also delivered the game-win- play Keansburg on Thursday,
loading the bases. An error left more than a few guys in when Jackson Liberty senior
Ryan Mahon drove the ball ning RBI single in the fifth pulling away with a 12-2 vic-
on the catcher brought home scoring position today. We John Holland was on the
deep in right field for a sacri- inning, scoring Colin Daley. tory.
a run to give Matawan a 2-1 got to come up big in those mound for five innings.
fice fly. Daley was 2-for-2 on the The Gulls now stand at 5-1
lead. situations and we did not “We are a good team. We
Currao showed his diverse day with a solo home run in this season and are expected
The Panthers tied the come through. We need to are confident that these
skill set, this time at the plate. the bottom second giving to face every top pitcher due
game on an unearned run, learn on the things we did guys will turn this team
He put the Purple Roses up, Point Beach a 1-0 lead. Mater to their recent high caliber of
scoring VanBenschoten in wrong and get better this around,” Drew said this
2-0, when he smacked the Dei tied the game in the top play.
the bottom of the fourth. season.” week. “I like this group of
ball into left field to bring of the third with solo home “When you get into state
The Huskies then took off guys. I just think they are
home Chris Reynolds. run by Ryan Munholland. tournaments you are going to
in the top of the fifth inning. POINT BORO VS. WALL just a little inexperienced.”
One of the Garnet Gulls’ The Seraphs’ Joe Galante see the best pitching,”
After two back-to-back sin- The Panthers lost, 13-3, to For Point Boro’s next
top opportunities came in was also 2-for-2 in the game Hawkins said. “We got to cre-
gles for the Huskies, senior Wall High School on Monday match, the team will step
the third inning when singles with a triple. ate opportunities and find
outfielder Matt Kellerman morning, dropping them to 1- back out of the division. The
from Alan Nieto and Dan our way on base.”
hit a two-run double for the 4 this season. Panthers are slated to play
Dfefferkorn put two runners POINT BEACH VS. The Garnet Gulls are now
4-2 lead. Wall’s Harry Paytas Holmdel High School at 11
on base. A sacrifice bunt ST. JOHN VIANNEY on a break and will host
A RBI ground out made pitched five and one-third a.m. today.
from Matt Percheski put the Point Beach’s Alan Nieto Henry Hudson on Tuesday.
the score 5-2 and Principe, innings, gave up five hits, The two teams played last
two on second and third with pitched five and two-thirds
who was 2-for-3 with three struck out 10, walked three year in the home and away
and gave up three earned series, when the Panthers
runs. VanBenschoten was the came up short, 12-7.
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Costigan has sights on county title For the Panthers, Terence
Berkeley finished with two
RBIs. He also had a home
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“My overall goal bles and one RBI. Hoops clinic
is to win the Eight different players
a great place for up-and-
coming golfers to step up
vidual and as a team,”
Costigan said. “That is what
On his path to the Ocean
County Championships, he Ocean County scored for the Crimson taking new
Knights. The Panthers have
on the main stage and dis-
play their talent.
I am pulling for, and it will
be nice. Our team has high
has helped the Panthers
achieve an overall 4-1
Championship as given up 22 runs against registrations
Colin Costigan, a junior expectations and I think we record, 2-0 in the division. an an individual Matawan and Wall com- THE OCEAN STAR
and a team.” bined.
at Point Pleasant Borough can do better this year than This past week he also
High School, wants to show last.” placed second in the COLIN COSTIGAN Point Pleasant Beach head
the county he is the best of The Ocean County Wildcat Invitational, also at Point Boro junior basketball coach Nick
the bunch. Championships are set for Sea Oaks. Macejka sets Catania will host the Hoop
“My overall goal is to win Tuesday at the Sea Oaks, a He continued his excel- still come up short because Skills basketball camp this
lent play Tuesday when he
shot a 43 against Wall help-
of the wind.” new state summer.
The first clinic is July 23 to
Costigan’s love of golf
ing Point Boro pick up the
175-179 victory [see related
originally started when he
was growing up. He said he
record for fish 27. The second is Aug. 6 to
10. Each camp day will start
story]. Costigan said he was around the sport when THE OCEAN STAR at 9 a.m. and will run to 2:30
hoped to improve his chip- he was younger, and his p.m.
The New Jersey
ping and putting, but over- whole family plays golf. He The camp is available to
all was happy with the said his father, Mike, espe- students from second to
match. cially helped him develop ninth grade. The cost of one
[NJDEP] Division of Fish and
“I hit the ball solid,” he his game. clinic is $160 and a discount-
Wildlife has officially certi-
said. “I loved it,” he said. “It ed $300 price will be given to
fied the catch of a new state
Tuesday was not just any has been my favorite sport. campers who choose to par-
record marine fish.
normal day of playing golf. I played on courses every- ticipate both weeks.
Robert Macejka of Point
High winds changed the where.” The camp features an
Pleasant Beach reeled in the
dynamics of the game. Before Costigan takes a emphasis on fundamentals; 1-
new state record Hickory
“The wind was a big fac- shot a winning the Ocean on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5 com-
Shad on Nov. 20, 2011.
tor,” Costigan said. County Championship, he petition; prizes and awards;
The fish weighed in at 2
“Sometimes I had to hit two will head to take the teaching stations; a camp T-
pounds 13 ounces, eclipsing
clubs higher then what I Central Regional High shirt and guest lectures.
the previous state record by
would normally hit, and I’d School on Monday. The registration deadline
13 ounces. Mr. Macejka was
is June 30. Any registration
fishing from the surf at
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SPORTS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 31
JACKSON LIBERTY 12 SOFTBALL POINT BORO 6
Point Pleasant Boro
softball drops to 0-5
Jackson Liberty scores first and stole second. Amy bases with a shot to third. Val
Hickman bunted to move her Gambino then blasted a dou-
five runs in the sixth to third, and Granata stole ble to bring home three runs
inning to send Point home. and make the final score 12-6,
Adelle Hickman then bunt- Jackson Liberty.
Boro home with a loss ed to move Amy Hickman The Panthers could not
BY GREG DOMORSKI over to second. Amy fight back in the top of the
THE OCEAN STAR Hickman then advanced to seventh inning, of which the
third on a passed ball. lone highlight was composed
STEVE WEXLER THE OCEAN STAR JACKSON — The Point Boro Britt Dziecislowksi hit a by a double from Rafi.
softball team is still having RBI ground out to short stop After the game, Coach
Catcher Danielle Schena has been adding RBI’s but the Panthers haven’t been picking up W’s, now at 0-
trouble earning something to make the score 3-2. Sam Ferullo said the Panthers
that most Shore Conference Conners then hit a triple to have their play focused to
teams have already accom- left field and Kelly Lynk pick up a win.
WALL 12 SOFTBALL POINT BORO 9 plished — the first win of the
blasted an in-the-park home
run deep into right field for
“I thought mentally we
took a step back today,”
Panthers can’t rally
The Panthers fell to the 4-3 score. coach Ferullo said. “We
Jackson Liberty on Jackson Liberty added missed signs and had terri-
Wednesday morning, 12-6, to another run in the bottom of ble base running.
drop to 0-5 this season. the fourth inning for the 5-3 “They [Jackson Liberty]
past Crimson Knights
And again, the Panthers score to put the Panthers hit the ball and that goes to
were in striking distance, but down two. there credit, but we also had
were unable to close the door During the top of the fifth them where we wanted
to pick up the victory. inning, the Panthers tied the them,” Ferullo said about the
The Panthers took the first game. After Fehring reached Panthers starting ahead with
Panthers fall to 0-4 center, bringing Goldman in the final Panther run and
lead of the game after base on a fielder’s choice out a 3-0 lead. “We played with
home to make the score 5-3, close in on Wall’s 12-9 lead in
this season with a loss Panthers. the bottom of the sixth. The
Jackson Liberty pitcher Amy at second and Rafi was hit by Wall yesterday and we
Hickman walked two of the a pitch, Alex Grcic smashed a played with Jackson Liberty
to Wall Crimson Knights After three straight Panthers held the Crimson
first three batters in the top triple over the left fielder’s today, but we had too many
Panther outs, Wall’s Chickie Knights scoreless in the top
of the second inning. head and the ball rolled to the errors.”
Clayton was walked and of the seventh; however, two
Senior outfielder Casey fence to tie the game at 5. When the Panthers played
BY GREG DOMORSKI moved to second on a passed ground outs and a strikeout
Fehring then reached first The Lions broke the tie in Wall earlier in the week [see
THE OCEAN STAR ball. A Carly Herbert ground in the bottom of the inning
when Jackson Liberty’s sec- the bottom of the fifth inning. related story], they held a 5-
out to first moved Clayton to killed the Panthers’ chance of
ond baseman dropped a Dziecislowksi reached base 2 lead in the first inning
POINT PLEASANT — Just at the third. Alex Carlson was then a comeback.
catch to load the bases. on an error. Conners hit a until eventually faltering.
start of the spring, the Point walked to put runners at the “We can play with people
Afterwards junior short- shot up the left field line for One thing the Panthers do
Boro Panthers softball team corners. Goldman hit a fair with our division — hopeful-
stop Cailyn Rafi cleared the the RBI triple and moved have, though, is sold hitting.
is still in hibernation after ball down the left-field line ly our confidence level with
bases with a double to make home on a passed ball to They put up 15 runs in the
starting with an 0-4 record, to bring home Clayton. increase,” Ferullo said after
the score 3-0. make the score 7-5. past two games.
which included a 12-9 loss to Amanda Pringle then bunted the game. “This game, we
The Panthers’ lead would The Panthers would earn a Point Boro sophomore
Wall on Monday. the ball down the first base showed a lot more enthusi-
not last for long, which frus- run back on a RBI single to pitcher Nicole Dayton is also
However, rest assured line to bring home Alex asm in the dugout when we
trated Point Boro head coach bring home a run to make the growing quickly in skill. She
improvement has been made Carlson. were up.”
Steve Ferullo, who was trying score 7-6 in the top of the only gave up one walk, which
with young leadership learn- Wall took the lead in the The Panthers went on to
to get his team to find a killer sixth and nearly were able to was intentional.
ing how to take charge of the top of the fourth inning. play Jackson Liberty on the
instinct. get three quick outs in the The Panthers will attempt
team, even if it hasn’t shown Sydney Canessa hit a double road on Wednesday morning
“They just don’t have the bottom of the sixth, setting to pick up the first win again
yet on the softball team’s to center field. While run- [see related story], losing, 12-
confidence in themselves up the comeback. today at Holmdel. The
record this year. ning to third, an error on the 6. The team will travel to
and I can’t teach confidence. But the Lions poured in Panthers are set to play the
Monday morning’s loss catcher allowed her to run Holmdel High School on
I can’t teach aggressive- five runs with two outs in the Hornets at 11 a.m on the
against Wall was against one home for the 6-5 score. Friday at 11 a.m.
ness,” Ferullo said. “When a bottom of the sixth road.
of the most competitive Next, Nicole Petrone con-
man is down you have to After Amy Hickman sin-
teams of the C Central nected on a fast ball hitting a Greg Domorski covers sports for The
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Gabby Granata hit a single to walked and Lynk loaded the
Point Boro head coach second on a wild pitch. A
Steve Ferullo was frustrated sacrifice bunt moved her to
his sleeper team could not third and Carlson hit the ball
pull off the victory but was deep into left field to bring Boro athlete
happy to see the girls make Clayton home and to extend
improvement at the plate.
“We made good contact
the lead to 8-5.
The Panthers tied the
today and put the ball into
play,” coach Ferullo said.
game in the bottom of of the
fourth. After Dayton reached
“Unfortunately a couple of base, Fehring hit a single to THE OCEAN STAR
the balls were unlucky to us. center and Rafi hit a RBI sin-
Seven members of the
Wall is a good team that has gle to right to cut the lead to
State University of New York
not been beat yet.” 8-6. Arnone brought home
The Panthers were down two more runners with a shot
women’s hockey team have
early, 0-2, at the conclusion of down the right-field line to
been named to the 2012
the top of the first inning, but tie the game at 8.
Eastern College Athletic
had a monster bottom of the Wall retook the lead when
first inning with five runs the team scored four runs in
Women’s West All-Academic
scored. the sixth inning, which
Team announced Monday by
Starting off the fireworks kicked off when Clayton
commissioner of the ECAC
was sophomore Emily reached base on an error.
Liakakos with a single. After Then, she went on to steal
Sophomore Chelsea Van
senior Casey Fehring second and third. Goldman
Glahn of Point Pleasant is a
reached base, junior Cailyn hit a double to center to
first-time honoree, and is a
Rafi brought Liakakos home make the score 9-8. Dani
fitness and wellness major.
on a fielder’s choice. Petrone singled to short stop
This marks the eleventh
Alex Grcic singled and to make the score 10-8.
year the conference has
then Ali Blisnuk brought Canessa blew the game
named an all-academic team.
home Fehring on a RBI single open when she hit a shot
A total of 85 student-athletes
to tie the score at 2. Senior down the left-field line to
representing ten ECAC
Danielle Schena then cleared bring home two Wall run- STEVE WEXLER THE OCEAN STAR
Women’s West teams earned
the bases on a double, bring- ners, making the score 12-8. A
honors this year based on Sophomore pitcher Nicole Dayton [seen here in earlier action] walked no batters in a 12-6 loss to
ing home three runs, for the double play ended the
their outstanding perform- Jackson Liberty High School on the road.
Panthers to take a 5-2 lead. inning, but the damage was
ance in the classroom.
Wall was saved on a pop out already done.
To be named to the All-
to center field to end the “The flood gates opened,”
Academic Team, the student-
inning. coach Ferullo said. “I think
athlete must have completed
In the second inning, Wall we need to get some self-
at least one academic year,
responded. Jessica Goldman confidence. We need to get
have a cumulative grade-
reached base on an error and that big pitch when we need
point average of at least 3.0
she moved to second on a it. We just can’t get anybody
on a 4.0 scale and have com-
fielder’s choice out at first. out on that third strike, but
peted in at least one-half of
With Amanda Pringle at the we are working on it.”
her team’s contests during
plate, she and Goldman trad- Arnone hit a fielder’s
the current season.
ed places on a RBI single to choice out at second to bring
PAGE 32 THE OCEAN STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 SPORTS
Point Beach Softball earns wins over Mater Dei and St. Rose
BEACH ond to put two runners into tion.”
scoring position. “We were waiting for this
FROM PAGE 29 After a pop out to second game and everyone was
for the first out of the inning, excited,” McGuigan added.
at bat. But a key hit in soft- head coach Silvio
ball can happen any time Decristofano yelled, “Keep POINT BEACH VS. ST. ROSE
senior Grace McGuigan has the ball on the ground,” in an Point Beach and St. Rose
the bat in her hands. effort to drive in another run. are usually considered a divi-
McGuigan smacked the MacKenzie Donald hit the sion rival in any of the school
ball deep and started to ball deep into center field for sports, but for softball, it has
sprint toward first base. the sacrificed pop fly to bring been more of a domination
“As I was rounding first, I home McGuigan. for the Gulls.
heard [assistant coach] Mr. “It also occurred against Point Beach picked up a
[Mike] Piccicacco screaming, Keansburg, when he said 10-6 win over the Roses last
‘Get over, get over,’ so I knew don’t hit them high and I Thursday after sweeping the
it would be close,” McGuigan smacked one into the out team last year.
said about the ball nearing field,” Donald laughed. “A The Garnet Gulls took the
the fence in the outfield. good pitcher always likes to lead during a big third inning
The ball soared over for get ahead early so I knew the when it seemed every hit
the solo home run and the ball was going to be thrown found open space.
entire Garnet Gulls team was right down the middle, so I Point Beach collected
waiting for her at home plate was just going to let it ride.” three singles in a row, all just
to celebrate taking the 1-0 “I’d take that hit any day,” inches out of reach of lung-
lead. Decristofano said. ing Purple Rose gloves, to
The Seraphs would not tie The top of the seventh load the bases.
the game until the top of the inning gave the the Seraphs Point Pleasant Beach col-
sixth inning. Felicia Faccas one last chance to tie the lected three more singles in a SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
was hit by a pitch and Jackie game, with their number six, row to take a 4-1 lead. Senior Amy Piccicacco threw 12 strikeouts in a 2-1 victory over Mater Dei High School on Tuesday.
Nash smashed the ball deep seven and eight batters due The Garnet Gulls built up a
into center field. With the up to the plate. 5-1 advantage off seven hits
Gulls’ Jasmine Wentz run- After a pop out to short during the third inning. inning with a two-out rally. It had to make up for it some- girls’ confidence.”
ning at a tough angle, the ball stop and right field, St. Rose responded with a was composed of an infield how,” she said. The Garnet Gulls went on
barley hit off the glove and Piccicacco and Nash went to two-out rally that produced error after a couple of singles Piccicacco further the to host Keansburg High
onto the grass. a full count. Piccicacco threw two runs in the bottom of the and a stolen base. explained the importance of School on Thursday morning
Nash continued to sprint a curve ball for the third third inning. Point Beach was up, 10-4, at every inning, saying one in a game too late to be cov-
around the bases to third, strike to end the game. The Garnet Gulls added that point. The Roses ended good or bad inning could ered in this edition of The
and Faccas ran home to tie The win for Point Beach three runs during the top of the game with three addi- change the overall result. Ocean Star.
the game at 1. drops Mater Dei’s record to the fourth inning, using an tional runs but could not Recently, it has worked in the The Garnet Gulls will host
McGuigan was walked to 2-1 overall. The win boosts infield single, a double to complete the comeback. Gulls’ favor. Mater Dei on Tuesday at 3:45
open up the bottom of the the Garnet Gulls to the top of deep center and an error and Piccicacco finished with “I think one person starts it p.m.
sixth inning. Brianne Barry the B Central Division at 3-1. a single to push their advan- four RBIs, which included off and everyone gets excit-
hit a single to short stop and “It gives our team a lot of tage to 8-3. two in each the third and ed,” Piccicacco said about the Greg Domorski covers sports for The
an error moved McGuigan to confidence,” Piccicacco said. The Garnet Gulls added a fifth innings. team finding momentum Ocean Star. He can be reached at gdo-
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BORO Jersey Shore. This makes the Jackson Liberty finished with individual champion in 2011
FROM PAGE 29 ball travel faster on the a 202 score, falling to a 1-1 and 2010.
greens compared to less well record, starting the season 0- This past season,
Rose moved to 6-0 on the maintained courses. 1 in the C Central. Kavanagh shot a 77 at West
year. Blank, who scored a team- For Point Boro, Costigan Lake Golf Course, blowing
The Crimson Knights were low along with Costigan, said shot a team-low 41, Taulafo a away the other top competi-
led on the day by junior he was happy with his per- 42, Kavanagh a 53, Carr a 43 tors including Lacey’s Alexa
Connor Birch, who shot a formance overall with the and Blank a 43. Taulafo also Leahy , Southern
team-low 41. Austin Binder challenging weather condi- had two birdies which Regional’s Stephanie
shot a 43, Sam Wyant a 47, tions. He also believed he occurred on hole number Sheehan  and Toms River
Tom Ganning a 48 and could have sank a few more five, a par four, and hole South’s Dominique Bushong
Andrew Hatch a 48. puts for par to improve his number four, a par three. .
Point Boro head coach score. The Panthers have consis- Kavanagh is a three-year
Pete Casalino was pleased Blank only had one double tently shot in the low- to captain.
the Panthers were able to boogie the entire match on mid-forties all season. This past year, four of
pick up the key divisional hole number three. He did Casalino believes the consis- Point Boro’s golfers finished
win over the Crimson not score a birdie during the tent scores have been advan- in the top eight to earn the
Knights. He also knew St. match and mostly achieved tageous because if one golfer Panthers their second
Rose would be a tough out- his score on pars and boo- has an off day, the team will straight Ocean County
of-division competitor. gies. always have somebody else Championship.
“I don’t think we have Costigan was also one of as backup. The event was held at the
beaten Wall on the road the top performers on the “Out of the five of them, Eagle Ridge Golf course. The
before, so that was the first day, and explained the any could shoot the best team played 18 holes, totaling
hurdle,” coach Casalino said importance of a win over score of the day, which is 6,223 yards.
about the division race. Wall. good,” coach Casalino said. The last team to win the
“Manasquan is also very “It is a big step,” Costigan ”They pick each other up and Ocean County
good in this division and that said, in aiming for a C it works out for everybody.” Championship before Point
will be another test for us in Central division champi- Jackson Liberty could not Boro was Toms River North
the next couple of weeks. onship. “We just have to beat keep up with Point Boro’s High School in 2009.
Today, we also always want them at home and our low scores. Tyler Koerber “That is the goal,” Blank
to play good teams like St. course, Woodlake, is tough. I shot a 44, Tyler Wright a 58, said about the Ocean County
Rose. It was worth giving it a think we have a good shot.” Jason Lyons a 46, Mike Tournament. “Hopefully we
shot.” Ostrowski a 54 and Matt can win it.”
Casalino said prior to the POINT BORO VS. JACKSON LIBERTY Bruns a 58. Lyons had a birdie In other local news, the
match with high winds, he This Monday at the on hole number five. Point Pleasant Beach golf
emphasized controlling ball Woodlake Golf Course in team is also set to compete in
flight and staying under the Lakewood, the Point Boro THE WEEK AHEAD the county championship. SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
hole to prevent downhill puts Panthers had a strong show- The Panthers will play in This past year, the Garnet Senior Jessica Kavanagh shot a 45 in a tri-meet with Wall and St.
which could cause the ball to ing from all five of their the Ocean County Gulls finished 13th in the Rose at the Manasquan River Golf Club on Tuesday.
run off the green. golfers. Tournament next Tuesday at championship round, with a
Also, the Manasquan River The Panthers recorded a Sea Oaks Golf Course in the team score of 425.
Golf Club is one of the most 169 score to improve to 2-0 Pinelands. The Panthers will Sophomore Quinn Kusma
well maintained along the overall, 1-0 in the division. also play away at Central led the Garnet Gulls with a
Regional High School on 93, good for 18th place over-
Monday, without Kavanagh, all.
who will play in the Red
Devil Girls Invitational Greg Domorski covers sports for The
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Kavanagh was a back-to-
back girls Ocean County
SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
Junior Ryan Carr shot a finished with a 45 in a tri-meet with Wall and
St. Rose at the Manasquan River Golf Club on Tuesday.
27 Years in Business
SPORTS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 33
Boro’s McCourt helps keep the Georgian Court winning tradition alive
MCCOURT McCourt said the Lions
refocused after the loss. She
FROM PAGE 29 was “mad and embarrassed,”
especially after she had a
25-10 loss to Bloomsburg
stellar defensive perform-
University of Pennsylvania
— a quick reality check for
“I was really disappointed
the Lions, who realized to be
because we all thought we
successful, they would have
had a good chance going in,”
to play like a team.
she said. “We thought this
Georgian Court answered
was going to be one of the
with a 12-5 road victory over
first times we beat a Long
East Stroudsburg University.
Island team. Last year we
The Lions held a 5-1 lead
played them we were really
before pulling within 5-4 at
close. We ended up not
halftime, but Georgian Court
showing up to play at all this
had a 7-1 advantage in the
second half to pull away for
“The talent is there, we
win. McCourt scored two key
just have to connect better,”
goals, and the win sparked
McCourt continued. “We
the Lions to win six straight.
have been playing like indi-
“We all came out pumped
viduals but we have to play
up,” McCourt said. “We were
more like a team. I think we
all on our game that day.”
could have beat Dowling. I
Recently, Georgian Court
think the potential is there —
hit a rough spot on their
we just have to put it to use.”
schedule, falling to number
Georgian Court returned
13, Dowling College, 19-5, in
home to take on Holy Family
University Wednesday after- SUEANNE GOSS THE OCEAN STAR
Saturday afternoon. The first
half featured constant pres- Point Pleasant Borough High School graduate and Georgian Court sophomore Molly McCourt will represent the United States in Austrialia
The Georgian Court
sure on offense from this summer.
University lacrosse squad,
for the second time in 12
They opened up the con- game regular-season winning in 2009. athletes know each others’ held from May 29 to June 10.
days, dropped a CACC deci-
test scoring 14 goals within streak versus CACC oppo- Georgian Court University names. Our coach also Others on the Georgian
sion to Holy Family
the first twenty minutes of nents. Wednesday’s loss hosts just fewer than 2,000 recruits really nice girls that Court University lacrosse
University, losing to the visit-
the game. The second half marked Georgian Court’s undergraduate students and have heart and want to give team invited to play include
ing Tigers, 17-14. The Lions
saw Dowling pull back, as the first regular-season home the school has almost a 90- their best effort.” junior midfielder Corinne
fell at Holy Family, 12-11, on
team added only five goals loss to a CACC foe since the percent female population. McCourt was one of the Coyle, junior defender Olivia
March 31, snapping their 39-
during the stanza. inception of conference play Due to the small size, top recruits to come into the Rotunno, sophomore mid-
McCourt has said the school program and her commit- fielder Stephanie Gallo and
community is very close- ment has had led her to freshman goalie Amanda
knit. But, being close does become recommended to Cathcart.
WALL 21 LACROSSE POINT BORO 7 not mean the girls all live
next to each other, as well.
represent the United States
in Melbourne, Australia, this
Most importantly during
her college career, McCourt’s
Out of the 19 girls on the summer with four other main concentration is not
Panthers unable to defeat team only three live on cam-
pus. Although the team faces
some challenges, Georgian
Court still continues to build
Georgian Court lacrosse
The United States of
with a ball and a stick in her
hand. It is in the classroom.
She is double majoring in
English and education with a
Crimson Knights on the road a winning program on team
“We have such a great pro-
International program sends
a team to play for the Down
Under Cup. The organization
minor in psychology.
McCourt said being a teacher
has always been her lifelong
Senior captain and gram for athletics,” McCourt states, “the tournament is goal.
said. “We are a small school one that fosters international
attacker Claire Baxter and it is all women, so all the goodwill and friendship, as Greg Domorski covers sports for The
scores five goals in loss emphasis is on our sports. well as promotes the game of Ocean Star. He can be reached at gdo-
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BY SAM COSTANTINO
THE OCEAN STAR
WALL — The Point Pleasant
Borough Panthers fell, 21-7,
on the road against the Wall
Crimson Knights on Monday.
For the Panthers, Claire
Baxter scored five goals with
at Spring Lake
one assist. Kristina Caprio A Senior Residence By the Jersey Shore
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QUIT SMOKING TODAY FISHING TIPS BY JIM FREDA
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week of striped bass fishing for them. You will most like- over 30 lb. Most private boats 31 Ling, Gary Leung from
$250 FOR TREATMENT for this early in the season. ly find more water without are still out of the water but NYC 34 Ling. We now sail
Mention this ad and get 10% OFF Bass are spread out from them in it then with them the few I talked to had the Wednesday thru Sunday 5am
Long Branch down to Island present. When they are sit- same results. The bait fish is to 5 pm for ling and cod”.
Beach State Park from the ting on the bottom like this bunker and herring for the On the freshwater scene
732-295-4900 surf out to about 60 feet of they are easy to net as they most part. Surf fisherman are opening day of trout season
512 Arnold Ave. water. The fish are hitting are not moving that much still doing well with plugs last Saturday was on the cool
Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ diamond jigs, Tsunamis because of the cold water. and clams, the fish so far side but that didn’t deter the
Dr. Frank Costa & white shads, Hogy’s and are Last weekend the water tem- seem to be smaller overall kids and parents from com-
Dr. Barbara Costa www.seacoastchiro.com being trolled with Stretch’s, perature actually dropped a with some in the teen size. ing to Spring Lake for the
bunker spoons, and umbrella few degrees to 48. Last Flounder fishing slowed Shark River Surf Anglers
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been to net or snag bunker have a great late afternoon effort you can still put a few Trout Contest. Here are the
Subscribe to and liveline these.
In the past week the
bite on bunker down at IBSP.
Monday was also very good.
in the cooler for a meal.
There are plenty of blackfish
reported winners: Grand
Prize Winner, David Pyskaty,
bunker have been close to Here are some of the in the canal for the land base Age 10, Farmingdale with a 7
The Ocean Star the beach down deep in
about 28 feet of water. They
other reports I received from
last week. Bob Matthews of
anglers and also the Shark
River Inlet. I tried the canal
lb 13 oz. Rainbow. Largest
Golden, Michael Malpass,
Call Us at 732-223-0076 ext. 37 are not thick yet like they Fishermen’s Den in Belmar for bass but haven't seen Age 7, 2lb. 11oz Golden. 0 - 5
will be in about a month so said this “Jim I had young fel- much yet, most of the fish are Year Olds first place PJ
low in today he was going out one half to a mile offshore”. Eulner Age 2, 2lb. 12oz Tiger,
in his boat and wanted to Capt Howard Bogan of the second Brody Burns, Age 4,
know what he could do to Big Jamaica out of Brielle 1lb. 5oz. Rainbow, third
catch a bass. He wanted one reports “After a tough week- Hunter Hueth, Age 3, 1 lb 5 oz
for Easter, I sold him a Jersey end of fishing the bass decid- Rainbow. 6-9 Year Olds First
Croc and explained how he ed to turn on Monday. place Isabella Plath, Age 6,
should use it. He came back Despite high winds gusting 5lb oz Rainbow, second
in a few hours very excited. to 40 at times we had a limit Dominick Dalessio, Age 7, 5
He said he went off the catch for the boat plus a lb 2 oz Rainbow, third Josh
Manasquan inlet got some number of releases. Fishing Giresi, Age 8, 3 lb 15 oz
readings and proceeded to jig started slow in the morning Brown. 10-12 Year Olds, first
20 bass keeping his limit up but when they turned on the place, Nicholas Heller, Age
to 35 inches, his first keeper whole boat was hooked up at 12, 3lb 11oz Rainbow, second
ever”. Bob also report this times. The pool winner was Tyler Ciemniecki, Age 10, 2lb.
from early last week. “The Chuck Ganett from Dallas, 14 oz Rainbow, third
bass fishing is as good as it Pa with an 18 lb striped bass. Nyezaiah Owens, Age 12, 2 lb
gets for this time of year, The We saw plenty of life and 12 oz Tiger. 13 - 15 year olds,
party boats came in with loads of fish today. They first place, Daniel McGuire,
were even chasing bait on the Age13, 1 lb 12 oz Golden, sec-
surface at times. We should ond Robert Dinger, Age 13, 1lb
VISUAL EYES PRAYER TO THE
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lems, light all roads so that I can
have good fishing this week
and the Jamaica is scheduled
to sail every day at 7:30am.
Check out the schedule page
6oz Rainbow, third Ron
Benenson, Age 13, 1lb 5oz
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Jamaica II out of Brielle fishing closed until 5:00pm.
you in eternal joy and thank you for reports “We continue to have Send info or notable catch-
your mercy towards me and mine.
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5/18-9/23 $8,000. Large clean apt. w/loft area & deck. Near 2BR, walk-in-closet, gas heat, nancial professional in expand- REAL ESTATE- Have you
incl. Pet friendly. 732-449-3270.
2BR cottage in quiet area. A/C, shopping & transit. $950/mo. in- A/C, large kitchen, W/D, front ing and servicing book of busi- dreamt of working at the beach?
cable, 8 blocks to beach. Call cluding utils. A/C extra. porch, off-street parking, large ness. Will engage in cross Training + support. Call Frances
732-223-4516. 732-295-6614, 845-591-1336. SPRING LAKE Hts.- Oaks yard. Pet friendly. $1,375/mo., sales efforts of existing clients, Graffeo, Mgr. Normandy Beach
Apartments. 1BR and 2BR 1.5mo. security, credit check, develop and implement new office. 732-793-6484, Weichert
avail. Heat, water & cooking in- references req’d. Call Bob marketing programs for both Realtors.
cluded. Call 908-482-0291 or 732-996-0048, Wood Agency. P&C and financial products. Po-
POINT PLEASANT BEACH 646-220-6117(c). sition requires some flexible REAL ESTATE- Sales/Rentals
SPRING LAKE Hts.- Offices,
2018-2022 Hwy. 71, flexible
J. Real Estate Wanted hours. Insurance experience a
must! Beth 732-528-3552.
Salesperson for busy
Manasquan office. Call Bob
square footage, parking. Some Send resume to 732-223-1830
LOOKING FOR two large
new, others good condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
houses on or near the beach to RECEPTIONIST/OFFICE AS-
$18-$22/SF net, security. or fax 732-528-3556.
accommodate wedding guests SISTANT- P/T, Mon.-Fri.
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SPRING LAKE Hts.- Summer fornia October 3-7. Can supply News Group, Manasquan and phones, basic computer
rentals. Available weekly, local references. Contact Gail Point Pleasant Beach, is seek- skills/MS Word & Excel. Lake-
monthly or seasonal. Reason- Bourque ing a full-time beat reporter. wood/Brick area. Fax letter/re-
able rates. Inquire at email@example.com Successful candidate must sume to 732-477-3451.
firstname.lastname@example.org. have a journalism or related de-
SPRING LAKE- Beautiful M. Help Wanted gree. Experience is helpful, but SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT-
Assistant restaurant manager,
home, ocean block, heated recent college graduates who
$$$ OPPORTUNITY To Make have studied journalism, Eng- host/hostess. Experience re-
pool, 5BR, 4.5BA. April
Money $$$- Established real es- lish or a related subject area will quired. Please send resume to
$10,000, May $13,000, June
tate office seeking motivated be considered. Duties include email@example.com or
$16,000. Also for sale $2.3M.
Don’t miss this four bedroom, two and 917-301-1813. salespeople with the desire to covering police, school and mu- 1507 Ocean Ave., Spring Lake,
one half bath Colonial with large front achieve success in real estate nicipal news, as well as fea- NJ, 07762.
SPRING LAKE- 2 new stores.
porch for relaxing, open and intelligent Corner of Third & Morris,
sales. Please call for a confi- tures. Work week also requires SPA SALES Associates/Recep-
floor plan. Close proximity to all the dential interview. Henry S. covering night municipal meet- tionists- Hand & Stone Massage
2,000SF each. Avail. 4/20. Call
Jersey Shore has to offer. Call for detailed Schwier, Inc. Realtor, 600 ings and one weekend day & Facial Spas, Spring Lake and
Washington Boulevard, Sea every eight weeks. Competitive Brick are seeking applicants.
information. You will be impressed! SPRING LAKE- Beautiful home Girt, 732-449-6200 or email: salary, Simple IRA, vacation, Candidates must have excel-
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AREA CLAIMS Writer and Prop- strong selling & organiza-
June $8,000; 7/1-7/19 $10,000; email@example.com. No
erty Inspectors. Interviewing tional skills. Millennium experi-
8/4-9/3 $16,000. Please call phone calls will be accepted re-
now. Excellent income, PT/FT, ence a plus. 16-35 flexible
917-710-2614. Also for sale garding this position.
flexible hours. Training pro- hours/week. Excellent for col-
vided. Please call lege student. E-mail
SPRING LAKE- Office and re- HAIRDRESSER W/FOLLOW-
tail, new construction, flexible ING- Full-time. Point Pleasant
space for rent. Call ASSISTANT POSITIONS avail- Beach. Call 732-714-1437.
201-954-0226 or 201-666-5124. able- Experienced, nurturing & SPRING LAKE Golf Club-
responsible. E-mail resume to KEYBOARDIST NEEDED for Server, bartender, line cook,
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SERVERS, DISHWASHERS, join prestigious golf club. F/T or
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Housekeepers- Spring Lake REAL ESTATE- Premier South P/T avail. 901 Warren Ave.,
B&B. Must be avail. immedi- Monmouth Real Estate office SLH. 732-449-8100.
ately weekends to train & then looking for self motivated people TECHNICAL RECRUITING Pro-
work through Labor Day. Apply
to join it's award winning sales fessionals- The market is hot
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OPEN HOUSE • SATURDAY • 1:00-3:00PM OPEN HOUSE • SUN. • 1:00-3:00PM systems, great comp, bene-
fits, cool people.
THE BOROUGH of Spring Lake
Heights is seeking high energy,
enthusiastic individuals to assist
with the Borough’s summer rec-
reation programs. Positions
29 PARKWAY, PT. PLEASANT BEACH 40 BOOM LANE, BRICK available include: Counselors,
WOW! 1/2 block to Ocean. Move in condition. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, fireplace, 2 car gar. This and Program Coordinators. In-
Custom Cape, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths LR, DR, EIK, colonial is 6years old. Must see! $454,900
great room. front porch, Trex deck. Plenty of park- terested candidates may apply
MLS#21211073. DIR: Drum Point, L Cherry
ing. $849,000. DIR: Arnold Ave, L Ocean, L Quay, Bark to Boom #40.
in person at Borough Hall at
Parkway#29. 555 Brighton Ave., or may ob-
tain an application by visiting
the Borough’s website at
OPEN HOUSE • SUN. • 1:00-4:00PM OPEN HOUSE • SUN. • 1:00-4:00PM www.springlakehts.com. Appli-
cations must be submitted by
P. Situations Wanted
CAREGIVER- LIVE-IN, 24/7.
Experienced, reliable, excellent
1611 BEACON LANE, PT. PLEASANT BEACH 52 PACIFIC OCEAN DRIVE, BRICK cook, housekeeping. Caring,
Fabulous Bay Pointe Dunes. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Ranch, eat-in kitchen, lami- compassionate & excellent ref-
2 car garage, 1 in from the ocean with peeks of the nated floors. Sliders to deck. Must see! $224,999 erences. 732-648-5229.
surf! Just 11 years old! $1,366,000 MLS#21131728. MLS#21208672. DIR: Drum Point Rd to
DIR: Ocean Ave N. or S. to east on Michele to L. Baywood Blvd R Pacific #52.
CHILD/ELDER CARE- Live-in
on Beacon #1611.
or out. Will perform household
OPEN HOUSE • SUN. • 1:00-4:00PM duties. Cleaning, laundry, etc.
OPEN HOUSE • SUN. • 1:00-4:00PM Impeccable refs. Call
ION- Competent, reliable, per-
OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY 1 to 4PM manent resident, 12 years expe-
rience. Seeks live-in position.
75 Bay Point Harbour, Pt. Pleasant Excellent references, plus
Luxury waterfront condominium. Sensational water drives, cleans, cooks. Call
views. Large open living & dining room. 201-650-2006(c).
27 SPRINGHILL DRIVE, BRICK 460 STEWARD AVENUE, BRICK
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, Largest model in Adult REDUCED! 3 bedroom ranch on large property. Lush carpeting, custom paneling. French doors, COMPANION WITH 23 years
community in Princton Commons. Large yard Spacious living room w/hardwood floors, base-
ment, deck & patio, recent upgrades & freshly
3 bedrooms & 2 baths. Pool, tennis, & garage close by. experience w/dementia and dia-
backing to woods. $229,900 MLS#21211660.
painted. $199,900. DIR: Brick Blvd to Hooper Listing Price: $659,000 betic care, seeking live-in posi-
DIR: Princeton to Princeton Commons
Adult Community #27 Springhill Dr. Ave to Stapleton, L. Stewart #460. tion. Excellent refs. I do all
Listing Agent: James Dalton cooking, cleaning, driving and
To join our successful team of agents, personal care. US citizen w/NJ
call Karen for a confidential interview 732.899.9700. DONNELLY REAL ESTATE, LLC driver’s license. Call Zeina at
Point Pleasant Beach Office 523 Main Avenue, Bay Head, NJ 08742
PT/FT ELDERLY CARE- Expe-
600 Richmond Avenue Phone: 732.899.0200
rienced w/great references.
Invite Us In - We’ll Bring Results (732) 899-9700 Own transportation.
CLASSIFIED FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012 THE OCEAN STAR PAGE 37
SUMMER NANNIES- 2 college AFFORDABLE LANDSCAP- GRACE SULLIVAN Profes- BOROUGH OF
students spending summer in ING- Senior Citizen & disability sional Cleaning Service. 38 POINT PLEASANT
Spring Lake seek Nanny posi- discounts. Mowing, mulch & years serving the shore. Owner ZONING BOARD OF ADJUST-
tions. Both are extremely re- more. Spinosa Brothers. Reli- supervised. Honest, reliable, RESOLUTIONS
sponsible and have cars. Great able, honest, local. Free esti- reasonable. Fully insured, free NOTICE
w/kids. References avail. Con-
tact Jessica: jwesterm@prince-
Anthony estimates/refs. 732-280-1087. TAKE NOTICE that the Point
Pleasant Borough Zoning Board of
OPEN HOUSE • SUN., 4/15 • 1-4PM
Adjustment at a public meeting
ton.edu; Contact Danielle: dan- HOME IMPROVEMENTS- Car- held April 4, 2012 memorialized 707 ATLANTIC AVE., PT. PLEASANT BEACH
email@example.com. A CLEANING Service- Homes, the following Resolutions:
pentry, masonry, painting, win-
condos. Many years experi- 1. Zalesky- Block
dow replacement, additions, 308.01 Lot 6- 2316 Dellwood
ence, free estimates. Exc. refs.,
bathrooms, kitchens. $200/day Road- Lot Frontage & Rear Yard-
T. Instruction very honest, reliable & reason-
per man labor. License Approved
able. Call Maria, 732-920-8102. 2. Weisbrot- Block 61
#13VH04339000. E-mail Lot 20- 524 Summit Drive- Use
STOP SMOKING- Hypnosis APPLIANCE SERVICE- "Bobby firstname.lastname@example.org, call Variance- Denied However, the
732-899-3636. Board granted relief from disagree-
works! 3 session program $237. Flagg's", 732-202-5479.
ing with the interpretation of the
Want more info? Call James Washer/dryers, refrigerators, Zoning Officers decision regarding
Malone DCH 732-714-7040 or dishwashers, ovens/stoves. All LAWN SERVICE- Weekly lawn a second stove, with conditions
visit www.njhypno.com makes. $25 discount with this The determination of the Board
maintenance, cutting, edging &
is on file at the Municipal Building
ad. trimming. Free estimates. Reli- 2233 Bridge Ave. Point Pleasant
able. Call Matt 908-489-5333. and is available for public inspec-
V. Boats & Accessories BLADES LAWN Service- Spring tion.
clean-ups, mulch, mowing, edg- SHARON BESTINE
This Seashore Colonial, located in a great neighborhood
MARIA’S PROFESSIONAL Zoning Board Secretary
ing, trimming. Free estimates, only one block to the high school, is in walking distance
12FT. ALUMINUM Jon Boat Cleaning Service- Our reputa- ($10.56) (32) (4/13)
insured, local owner/operator.
w/galvanized boat trailer, elec- tion is "spotless". We're honest, The Ocean Star of town, and less than one mile to Beach! This family
Call Eric 732-779-3035 for quick
tric motor & oars. Very good reliable & reasonably priced. home has 4 large bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Outside
cond. Asking $650 o/b/o. Call Free estimates. Many yrs. exp. leads to a large deck, detached garage and sprawling
732-742-6370. CLEAN-UP, DEMOLITION & 732-241-7896. backyrd with swingset and outside shower. Enjoy sum-
Hauling- Debris removal. Call mer nights on your enclosed front porch or entertain in
18FT 2004 Sea Ray Bow Rider, Randy Stoddard 732-751-9300 PQ PAINTING Interior/Exterior. your large dining room. This is your opportunity to live in
190HP Mercruiser I/O outdrive, or 732-245-1474 (cell). Quality/Courteous service since a great town with a school system rated among the
low hours, fully equipped, good
COMPUTER SERVICE- In
home, expert, honest, reliable,
1967. Free estimates. Reason-
able rates. Fully insured. Mem-
ber of Angie’s List. Call
Sell It, state’s best. New price! $549,900.
732-500-3063, 609-356-2444. Contact
BOAT SLIP on Glimmer
Glass/Brielle. Perfect for up to
21' boat. Has parking, electric,
DP FITNESS- Spring into ac-
tion. Find healthier ways to live
PROFESSIONAL HOME Serv-
ices- Doors & windows, special-
Call Us! Sharon Starkey at
water & private dock. 4/1-12/01.
Call Bob 732-223-1830.
and play. You are definitely
worth it! Individual, partner,
izing in Andersen. All home re-
pairs, remodels, water leaks. 732-223-0076 SHARON STARKEY
1216 Third Avenue
small group training in private Experienced/insured. Call Jerry Cell: (732)278-2072
X. Automotive fitness studio in downtown
Manasquan. Please contact
732-829-6109. Ext. 13 Email: email@example.com 732-449-4441 Ext.238
David 732-841-8277 or email SEA GIRT Lawn Service- Land-
1985 MERCEDES Benz 300D. firstname.lastname@example.org scaping, spring cleanups,
Diesel Turbo, 196,800 miles, mulch, trimming hedges. All gar-
GARY’S LAWN Care- Our 32nd
runs and drives excellent. Sec- den needs. Owner operated.
year, family operated. Most
ond owner with all service re- Call 732-233-9680.
phases of landscape work, leaf
cords. Silver with blue interior,
clean-ups, planting, shrub trim-
sunroof, and cruise control. UMBRINO CONSTRUCTION-
ming, weekly lawn mainte-
$5,000. Manasquan. Please call Year round house concierge
nance, stone work, gravel.
732-722-7288. services. Tear downs, new con-
struction, renovations, kitchens,
HANDYMAN- PAINTING, car- additions. Serving Ocean & OPEN HOUSE – SUNDAY 2-4
pentry, powerwashing. Home Monmouth Counties for over 30
repairs done at reasonable yrs. Call 732-892-8211 or Goo- 229 OSBORNE AVE. – BAY HEAD
A SUMMER Wind Cleaning rates. Call Rob 732-295-2941. gle us at Umbrino Construction.
CLASSIC BAY HEAD CHARM
Service- Home or office, 20 yrs. Open front porch & weathered cedar shake elevation.
exp. Owner supervised, fully in- Expansive 5BR w/2-MBR suites (one on
sured, free estimates. Call Bar- 1st level), 4BA's & a "suite-like" Great
bara 732-458-2255. Room. Just a short bike ride to beach and
a stroll to the train station affording an
AB CLEANING Service- 1 time, easy commute to NYC & northern Jersey.
weekly, biweekly, monthly. John (Jack) McHugh Michele Jasionowski Great rental history, an investor's dream.
Residential/commercial, win- Broker/Owner
RE/MAX Executive Club 2008-2010 $799,000, Dir: Rte 35S, R on Osborne, Michael
2009-2011 NJAR Circle of Excellence
dows. Tailored to meet your www.JackMcHugh.com
Each Office is Independently Sales Award 732-449-3322 Skea
needs. Affordable/reliable. Owned and Operated 732-899-8202 x42
Same maid each time. All sup-
plies incl. Refs. avail. Serving #1 office in Pt. Pleasant/Pt. Pleasant Beach
OPEN HOUSE – SUNDAY 2-4
Monmouth & Ocean Counties. combined sales 2008-2011
(source: Monmouth/Ocean MLS)
306 OCEAN FRONT - LAVALLETTE
POINT PLEASANT BEACH OCEANFRONT OASIS
OPEN HOUSE • SUN. 4/15 • 12-3 PM
ABOVE & Beyond Cleaning Entertainer's dream. Expansive front deck with ocean
806 Long Point Lane
Pros- Home or office. Honest, Secluded Colonial w/ 4 BR, 2.5 BA on private lane. views, rear paver patio w/pergola & mature landscaping
Enjoy river breezes from large front porch overlook-
reliable, fully insured. All em- ing .48 acre lot. Large EIK. DR, LR, Sunroom, 2 car
providing unexpected, coveted privacy.
ployees English speaking. Free garage. Short walk to schools, library, beach, town & Magnificent panoramic vistas await you
train. $835,000. DIR: McLean to Curtis Ave to
estimates. 732-547-7944. left on Cedar Ave to #806 from the MBR & adjoining balcony. Open
Point Pleasant Beach floor plan, bead board ceilings & gourmet
AFFORDABLE + Professional- Deceivingly large 4 BR, 2.5 BA Colonial w/ newer kitchen complement your new seaside
Jeannette's Cleaning Services. Kitchen w/ granite counters & sliders to deck. Living lifestyle. $1,999,000, Dir: Rte 35S, L on
Rm w/ fireplace, huge Family Rm off the kitchen &
Free estimates. Fully insured. dining rm. Newer windows & roof. MBR has cathe- Bond to intersection of Ocean Front &
Residential/commercial. Rea- dral ceiling. Short walk to beach & excellent schools! Michael Bond, 732-449-3322
sonable rates. Cleaning weekly, $559,900. Skea
biweekly, monthly. Excellent
refs. Call 732-449-6882 or Point Pleasant Beach
732-223-6661. 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Colonial located in the Ward Wight Sotheby’s International Realty
desirable library section of town. $545,000.
901 Main Street, Belmar 206 East Main St., Manasquan, NJ 522 Washington Blvd., Sea Girt, NJ 1117 Third Ave., Spring Lake, NJ
& Clean-ups! Single items/large
quantities. Friendly, reliable. 7 732-681-0027 732-223-2266 732-449-5959 732-449-3322
Call Michele @ 732-581-8133 (cell)
days/week. Best prices around.
Free estimates. Shore Removal TEXT “MJAS” to 87778 for Mobile APP
Service, 732-295-JUNK(5865). 526 Bay Ave., Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
___________________________ Tax Lot and Block No.: Surplus Money: If after the fees, costs and commissions of ___________________________ LOT: 1056-1060 Street and Street No.: (3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20)
OCEAN COUNTY LOT: 3 QUALIFIER C137 sale and satisfaction of the mort- sale from the total amount bid at OCEAN COUNTY BLOCK: 1214 SUMMIT AVENUE VACANT ($166.32) (504)
SHERIFF’S SALE BLOCK: 1108 gage debt, including costs and the sale. SHERIFF’S SALE The Dimensions: LAND The Ocean Star
By virtue of the above stated The Dimensions: expenses, there remains any sur- A 20% deposit (cash or certi- By virtue of the above stated APPROXIMATELY: Tax Lot and Block No.: ___________________________
writ, to me directed, issued out of APPROXIMATELY: plus money, the money will be fied funds) is required from the writ, to me directed, issued out of 100 X 100 LOT: 1123-1125 BOROUGH OF
the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW .1485 AC deposited into the Superior Court Successful Bidder at the time of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW Nearest Cross Street: BLOCK: 1214 MANTOLOKING
JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- Nearest Cross Street: Trust Fund and any person claim- sale. JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- OAK STREET The Dimensions: ORDINANCE NO.: 611
SION Docket F00054211, will be CENTRAL BOULEVARD ing the surplus, or any part thereof, Seized as the property of SION Docket F00051111, will be The above description does not APPROXIMATELY: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
exposed to sale at public venue on EAST may file a motion pursuant to EDWARD J KENNEDY JR., and exposed to sale at public venue on constitute a full legal description, 60 X 100 ORDINANCE OF THE BOR-
TUESDAY the 17th DAY OF The above description does not Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 taken in execution at the suit of TUESDAY the 24th DAY OF said description is filed at the Nearest Cross Street: OUGH OF MANTOLOKING,
APRIL, A.D. 2012 between the constitute a full legal description, stating the nature and extent of that OCEANFIRST BANK to be sold APRIL, A.D. 2012 between the Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper NORTHLAKE DRIVE OCEAN COUNTY, NEW JER-
hours of 12 o’clock and 5 o’clock said description is filed at the person’s claim and asking for an by William L. Polhemus, Sheriff. hours of 12 o’clock and 5 o’clock Avenue, Toms River, NJ. The above description does not SEY, PROVIDING FOR
(at 2 o’clock) Prevailing Time in Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper order directing payment of the sur- This sale is subject to post- (at 2 o’clock) Prevailing Time in THE SHERIFF HEREBY constitute a full legal description, IMPROVEMENT OF ADA
the afternoon of said day at the Avenue, Toms River, NJ. plus money. The Sheriff or other ponement without further notice. the afternoon of said day at the RESERVES THE RIGHT TO said description is filed at the WALKWAY #4 AND APPRO-
Office of the Sheriff, Toms River, THE SHERIFF HEREBY person conducting the sale will Attorneys for Plaintiff Office of the Sheriff, Toms River, ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper PRIATING THE SUM OF
Township of Toms River, County RESERVES THE RIGHT TO have information regarding the Neal M Ruben, Esq Township of Toms River, County OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY Avenue, Toms River, NJ. $5,000.00 FROM THE CAPI-
of Ocean, New Jersey. ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- surplus, if any. 179 Avenue At The Common of Ocean, New Jersey. PUBLICATION. THE SHERIFF HEREBY TAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
All that tract or parcel of land OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY May be subject to an Suite 201 All that tract or parcel of land PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- RESERVES THE RIGHT TO FOR SAID PURPOSE
and premises, situate, lying and PUBLICATION. Ordinance by the Ocean County Shrewsbury, NJ and premises, situate, lying and DAVIT: NONE ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- BE IT ORDAINED by the
being in the TOWNSHIP OF PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- Board of Health: 87-01, Section 07702 being in the TOWNSHIP OF TO BE SOLD AS ONE OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY Borough Council of the Borough
BRICK, County of Ocean and DAVIT: NONE 10. The Sheriff’s Department will Sheriff’s Docket: BRICK, County of Ocean and All that tract or parcel of land PUBLICATION. of Mantoloking, in the County of
State of New Jersey. The amount of the judgement require notification of the certifi- CH 765004 State of New Jersey. and premises, situate, lying and PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- Ocean, State of New Jersey (not
Street and Street No.: to be satisfied by said sale is the cation of the wells where applica- (3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13) Street and Street No.: being in the TOWNSHIP OF DAVIT: NONE less than two-thirds of all the
16 CHATHAM COURT, sum of $238,075.04 more or less, ble. ($130.68) (396) 638 HILLSIDE AVENUE BRICK, County of Ocean and TO BE SOLD AS ONE members thereof affirmatively
UNIT 4 plus interest. The Sheriff shall deduct his The Ocean Star Tax Lot and Block No.: State of New Jersey. The amount of the judgement concurring), as follows:
to be satisfied by said sale is the SECTION 1: The improve-
sum of $145,026.15 more or less, ment of ADA Walkway #4 by the
____________________________________________________________________________________ Total Revenues $1,456,227 $1,479,600 plus interest. Borough of Mantoloking, in the
BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE -------------- -------------- Surplus Money: If after the County of Ocean and State of New
2012 MUNICIPAL BUDGET Appropriated sale and satisfaction of the mort- Jersey is hereby authorized. For
of the Borough of Lavallette, County of Ocean Summary of Appropriations 2012 2011 gage debt, including costs and this purpose, there is hereby
for the fiscal year 2012 1. Operating Expenses: Salaries and Wages $224,000 $226,300 expenses, there remains any sur- appropriated from the Capital
REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION SUMMARIES Other Expenses 737,000 764,750 plus money, the money will be Improvement Fund of the Borough
2012 Current Fund Budget 2. Capital Improvements 0 0 deposited into the Superior Court of Mantoloking the sum of
Anticipated 3. Debt Services 453,177 445,600 Trust Fund and any person claim- $5,000.00. Said sum being inclu-
Summary of Revenues 2012 2011 4. Deferred Charges and Statutory Expenditures 42,050 42,950 ing the surplus, or any part thereof, sive of all appropriations hereto
1. Surplus $775,000 $668,000 Total Appropriations $1,456,227 $1,479,600 may file a motion pursuant to made for said purpose.
2. Total Miscellaneous Revenues 1,350,818 1,412,869 -------------- -------------- Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 SECTION 2: The within con-
3. Receipts from Delinquent Taxes 386,000 386,000 Total Number of Employees - 4 stating the nature and extent of that templated project constitutes a
4. Local Tax for Municipal Purposes 5,025,985 4,999,896 2012 Dedicated Electric Utility Budget person’s claim and asking for an general improvement and the cost
Total General Revenues $7,537,803 $7,466,765 Anticipated order directing payment of the sur- hereof will be paid by the Borough
-------------- -------------- Summary of Revenues 2012 2011 plus money. The Sheriff or other of Mantoloking.
Appropriated 1. Surplus $0 $537,550 person conducting the sale will SECTION 3: The Capital
Summary of Appropriations 2012 2011 2. Miscellaneous Revenues 2,898,600 2,802,000 have information regarding the Budget of the Borough of
1. Operating Expenses: Salaries and Wages $3,361,980 $3,334,244 Total Revenues $2,898,600 $3,339,550 surplus, if any. Mantoloking is hereby amended to
Other Expenses 2,442,934 2,391,280 -------------- -------------- May be subject to an conform with the provisions of
2. Deferred Charges and Statutory Expenditures 660,936 657,990 Anticipated Ordinance by the Ocean County this Ordinance to the extent of any
3. Capital Improvements 23,853 23,436 Summary of Appropriations 2012 2011 Board of Health: 87-01, Section inconsistencies between the
10. The Sheriff’s Department will Budget and this Ordinance.
4. Debt Service 535,585 547,300 1. Operating Expenses: Salaries and Wages $388,000 $368,000
require notification of the certifi- SECTION 4: This Ordinance
5. Reserve for Uncollected Taxes 512,515 512,515 Other Expenses 2,378,000 2,525,750 cation of the wells where applica- shall be effective upon its adoption
Total General Appropriations $7,537,803 $7,466,765 2. Capital Improvements 10,000 10,000 ble. according to law.
------------- -------------- 3. Debt Service 48,350 22,800 The Sheriff shall deduct his NOTICE
Total Number of Employees - 160 4. Deferred Charges and Statutory Expenditures 74,250 413,000 fees, costs and commissions of NOTICE IS HEREBY
2012 Dedicated Water Utility Budget Total Appropriations $2,898,600 $3,339,550 sale from the total amount bid at GIVEN that the foregoing
Anticipated -------------- -------------- the sale. Ordinance was introduced and
Summary of Revenues 2012 2011 Total Number of Employees - 4 A 20% deposit (cash or certi- passed upon first reading at a reg-
1. Surplus $0 $0 Balance of Long Term Debt Outstanding fied funds) is required from the ular meeting of the Mayor and
2. Miscellaneous Revenues 799,450 827,650 General Water Sewer Electric Successful Bidder at the time of Council of the Borough of
Total Reveneus 799,450 827,650 Interest $560,361 $1,581,731 $3,161,213 $0 sale. Mantoloking, in the County of
---------- ---------- Principal 1,935,000 2,577,708 4,867,155 0 Seized as the property of Ocean and State of New Jersey
Appropriated Balance at December 31, 2011 $2,495,361 $4,159,439 $8,028,368 0 LANCE HAHN. ET ALS, and held on the 26th day of March,
Summary of Appropriation 2012 2011 ------------- -------------- -------------- --------- taken in execution at the suit of 2012, and said Ordinance will be
1. Operating Expenses: Salaries and Wages $246,000 $249,000 Notice is hereby given that the budget and tax resolution was approved by the governing body of the OCEANFIRST BANK, to be sold considered for final passage at the
Other Expenses 250,000 243,500 Borough of Lavallette, County of Ocean on February 21, 2012. by William L. Polhemus, Sheriff. Borough Hall, Downer Avenue,
2. Capital Improvements 25,000 25,000 A hearing on the budget and tax resolution will be held at Borough Hall on April 23, 2012 at 7:00 This sale is subject to post- Mantoloking, New Jersey at 4:30
3. Debt Service 233,700 265,400 o’clock PM at which time and place objections to the Budget and Tax Resolutions for the year 2012 may ponement without further notice. p.m. on the 23rd day of
4. Deferred Charges and Statutory Expenditures 44,750 44,750 be presented by taxpayers or other interested persons. Attorneys for Plaintiff April, 2012, or as soon there-
Total Appropriations ---------- ---------- Copies of the budget are available in the office of the Borough Clerk, at the Municipal buidling, Neal M Ruben, Esq. after as said matter may be
Total Number of Employees - 4 Brooklyn and Grand Central Avenue, Lavallette, New Jersey 08735, (732) 793-7477, during the hours of 179 Avenue At reached, at which time and place
2012 Dedicated Sewer Utility Budget 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The Common, all persons interested will be given
Anticipated CHRISTOPHER PARLOW Suite 201 an opportunity to be heard.
Shrewsbury, NJ IRENE H. RYAN, R.M.C.
Summary of Revenues 2012 2011 Lavallette Borough Clerk
07702 Municipal Clerk
1. Surplus $0 $15,600 ($97.02) (294) (4/13) Sheriff’s Docket: ($23.10) (70) (4/13)
2. Miscellaneous Revenues 1,456,227 1,464,000 The Ocean Star CH 765017 The Ocean Star
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___________________________ purpose described in Section 3 years. 3, there is hereby appropriated the that the foregoing Bond Ordinance and premises, situate, lying and Total: $107.66 plus fees, costs cation of the wells where applica-
BOROUGH OF hereof shall be applied either to (c) The supplemental debt sum of $28,000.00, said sum being was introduced and passed upon being in the TOWNSHIP OF and interest thereon; amount good ble.
MANTOLOKING direct payment of the cost of the statement required by said Law inclusive of all appropriations first reading at a regular meeting BRICK, County of Ocean and through 3/1/12 The Sheriff shall deduct his
ORDINANCE NO.: 608 improvement or to payment of the has been duly made and filed in heretofore made for this purpose. of the Mayor and Council of the State of New Jersey. The amount of the judgement fees, costs and commissions of
BOND ORDINANCE OF obligations (Bonds and Notes) the Office of the Borough Clerk There is also appropriated from Borough of Mantoloking, in the Street and Street No.: to be satisfied by said sale is the sale from the total amount bid at
THE BOROUGH OF MAN- issued pursuant to this Ordinance. and a complete executed duplicate the capital improve¬ment fund of County of Ocean and State of New 446 DRUM POINT ROAD sum of $42,332.77 more or less, the sale.
TOLOKING, OCEAN COUN- The amount of debt obligations thereof has been filed in the Office the Borough of Mantoloking the Jersey held on the 26th day of Tax Lot and Block No.: plus interest. A 20% deposit (cash or certi-
TY, NEW JERSEY, PROVID- authorized herein shall be directly of the Director of the Division of sum of $2,000.00 as a down pay- March, 2012, and said Ordinance LOT: 2 Surplus Money: If after the fied funds) is required from the
ING FOR REPLACEMENT OF reduced to the extent that the funds Local Govern¬ment Services in ment for the contemplated project. will be considered for final pas- BLOCK: 194.15 sale and satisfaction of the mort- Successful Bidder at the time of
FIREHOUSE DOORS AT A described herein are actually the Department of Community SECTION 2: For the financing sage at the Borough Hall, Downer The Dimensions: gage debt, including costs and sale.
COST OF $22,000.00, AUTHO- received. Affairs of the State of New Jersey, of said purpose and to meet the Avenue, Mantoloking, New Jersey APPROXIMATELY: expenses, there remains any sur- Seized as the property of
RIZING THE ISSUANCE OF SECTION 6: The full faith and such statement shows that the said $28,000.00 appropriation, at 4:30 p.m. on the 23rd day of 100’ X 100’ plus money, the money will be JEAN E. PIEZZO, ETC., ET
BONDS AND NOTES IN THE and credit of the Borough are here- gross debt of the Borough, as negotiable bonds of the Borough April, 2012, or as soon thereafter Nearest Cross Street: deposited into the Superior Court ALS, and taken in execution at the
PRINCIPAL SUM OF by pledged to the punctual pay- defined in said Law, is increased are hereby authorized to be issued as said matter may be reached, at BAYWOOD BLVD Trust Fund and any person claim- suit of FINANCIAL FREEDOM
$20,000.00, AND APPROPRI- ment of the principal and interest by the authorization of the bonds in the principal amount of which time and place all persons The above description does not ing the surplus, or any part thereof, ACQUISITION, LLC, to be sold
ATING THE SUM OF $2,000.00 on the obligations authorized by and notes provided in this Bond $26,000.00 pursuant to the Local interested will be given an oppor- constitute a full legal description, may file a motion pursuant to by William L. Polhemus, Sheriff.
FROM THE CAPITAL this Bond Ordinance. Said obliga- Ordinance by $80,000.00, and the Bond Law of New Jersey. In tunity to be heard. said description is filed at the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 This sale is subject to post-
IMPROVEMENT FUND FOR tions shall be direct, unlimited issuance of said obligations anticipation of the issuance of said IRENE H. RYAN, R.M.C. Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper stating the nature and extent of that ponement without further notice.
SAID PURPOSE obligations of the Borough and the authorized by this Bond Ordinance bonds and to temporarily finance Municipal Clerk Avenue, Toms River, NJ. person’s claim and asking for an Attorneys for Plaintiff
BE IT ORDAINED by the Borough shall be obligated to levy will be within the debt limitations said improvements, the nego- ($62.70) (190) (4/13) THE SHERIFF HEREBY order directing payment of the sur- Parker, McCay
Borough Council of the Borough ad valorem taxes upon all the tax- prescribed by Law. tiable notes of the Borough in a The Ocean Star RESERVES THE RIGHT TO plus money. The Sheriff or other 9000 Midlantic
of Mantoloking, in the County of able property within the Borough (d) An aggregate amount not principal amount not exceeding ___________________________ ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- person conducting the sale will Drive, Suite 300
Ocean, State of New Jersey (not for the payment of said obligations exceeding $5,000.00 for interest $26,000.00 are hereby authorized OCEAN COUNTY OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY have information regarding the Mt. Laurel, NJ
less than two-thirds of all the and interest thereon without limi- on said obligations, cost of issuing to be issued pursuant to and within SHERIFF’S SALE PUBLICATION. surplus, if any. 08054
members thereof affirmatively tation of rate or amount. said obligations and other items of the limitations prescribed by said By virtue of the above stated PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- May be subject to an Sheriff’s Docket:
concurring), as follows: SECTION 7: This Bond expense listed in and permitted Law. writ, to me directed, issued out of DAVIT: NONE Ordinance by the Ocean County CH 765028
SECTION 1: The improve- Ordinance shall take effect twenty under Section 40A:2-20 of said SECTION 3: the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW The amount of the judgement Board of Health: 87-01, Section (4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27)
ment described in Section 3 of this (20) days after the first publication Law may be included as part of the (a) The purpose for which said JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- to be satisfied by said sale is the 10. The Sheriff’s Department will ($142.56) (432)
Bond Ordinance is hereby author- thereof after final adoption as pro- cost of said improvement, and is obligations are to be issued is for SION Docket F00397111, will be sum of $159,489.44 more or less, require notification of the certifi- The Ocean Star
ized by the Borough of vided by said Local Bond Law. included in the foregoing estimate Bay Avenue Drainage exposed to sale at public venue on plus interest. cation of the wells where applica- ___________________________
Mantoloking, County of Ocean NOTICE thereof. Improvements. TUESDAY the 8th DAY OF MAY, Surplus Money: If after the ble. OCEAN COUNTY
and State of New Jersey. For the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (e) This Bond Ordinance (b) The estimated amount of A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12 sale and satisfaction of the mort- The Sheriff shall deduct his SHERIFF’S SALE
said purpose stated in said Section that the foregoing Bond Ordinance authorizes obligations of the bonds or notes to be issued for said o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2 gage debt, including costs and fees, costs and commissions of By virtue of the above stated
3, there is hereby appropriated the was introduced and passed upon Borough solely for purposes purpose is $26,000.00. o’clock) Prevailing Time in the expenses, there remains any sur- sale from the total amount bid at writ, to me directed, issued out of
sum of $22,000.00, said sum being first reading at a regular meeting described herein and said purposes (c) The estimated cost to the afternoon of said day at the Office plus money, the money will be the sale. the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW
inclusive of all appropriations of the Mayor and Council of the are in the public interest and are Borough of said project is of the Sheriff, Toms River, deposited into the Superior Court A 20% deposit (cash or certi- JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI-
heretofore made for this purpose. Borough of Mantoloking, in the for the health, welfare, conven- $28,000.00. Township of Toms River, County Trust Fund and any person claim- fied funds) is required from the SION Docket F00500211, will be
There is also appropriated from County of Ocean and State of New ience or betterment of the inhabi- SECTION 4: The following of Ocean, New Jersey. ing the surplus, or any part thereof, Successful Bidder at the time of exposed to sale at public venue on
the capital improve¬ment fund of Jersey held on the 26th day of tants of the Borough; the amounts additional matters are hereby All that tract or parcel of land may file a motion pursuant to sale. TUESDAY the 17th of APRIL,
the Borough of Mantoloking the March, 2012, and said Ordinance to be expended for said purposes determined, declared, recited and and premises, situate, lying and Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 Seized as the property of A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12
sum of $2,000.00 as a down pay- will be considered for final pas- pursuant to this Bond Ordinance stated: being in the TOWNSHIP OF stating the nature and extent of that TERENCE E. FUCHS, ET UX, o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2
ment for the contemplated project. sage at the Borough Hall, Downer are not unreasonable or exorbitant (a) The said purpose described BRICK, County of Ocean and person’s claim and asking for an ET ALS, and taken in execution at o’clock) Prevailing Time in the
SECTION 2: For the financing Avenue, Mantoloking, New Jersey and issuance of the said obliga- in Section 3 of this Bond State of New Jersey. order directing payment of the sur- the suit of THE PROVIDENT afternoon of said day at the Office
of said purpose and to meet the at 4:30 p.m. on the 23rd day of tions will not materially impair the Ordinance is a general improve- Street and Street No.: plus money. The Sheriff or other BANK, to be sold by William L. of the Sheriff, Toms River,
said $22,000.00 appropriation, April, 2012, or as soon thereafter credit of the Borough or substan- ment and the cost thereof will be 403 Simon Place person conducting the sale will Polhemus, Sheriff. Township of Toms River, County
negotiable bonds of the Borough as said matter may be reached, at tially reduce its ability to pay paid by the Borough of Tax Lot and Block No.: have information regarding the This sale is subject to post- of Ocean, New Jersey.
are hereby authorized to be issued which time and place all persons punctually the principal of and Mantoloking. LOT: 3 surplus, if any. ponement without further notice. All that tract or parcel of land
in the principal amount of interested will be given an oppor- interest on its debts or to supply (b) The period of usefulness of BLOCK: 1256.15 May be subject to an Attorneys for Plaintiff and premises, situate, lying and
$20,000.00 pursuant to the Local tunity to be heard. other essential public improve- said improvements within the lim- The Dimensions: Ordinance by the Ocean County Frank J Martone being in the TOWNSHIP OF
Bond Law of New Jersey. In IRENE H. RYAN, R.M.C. ments and services. itations of the Local Bond Law, APPROXIMATELY: Board of Health: 87-01, Section PC BRICK, County of Ocean and
anticipation of the issuance of said Municipal Clerk SECTION 5: All funds according to the reasonable life 127.77 FT x 80.00 FT x 127.45 10. The Sheriff’s Department will 1455 Broad Street State of New Jersey.
bonds and to temporarily finance ($62.70) (190) (4/13) received from any sources by way thereof computed from the date of FT x 80.00 FT require notification of the certifi- Bloomfield, NJ Street and Street No.:
said improvement, the negotiable The Ocean Star of grant, gift or otherwise for the the said bonds authorized by this Nearest Cross Street: cation of the wells where applica- 07003 644 DRUM POINT ROAD
notes of the Borough in a principal ___________________________ purpose described in Section 3 Bond Ordinance, is forty (40) MAPLE AVENUE ble. Sheriff’s Docket: Tax Lot and Block No.:
amount not exceeding $20,000.00 BOROUGH OF hereof shall be applied either to years. The above description does not The Sheriff shall deduct his CH 765027 LOT: 20
are hereby authorized to be issued MANTOLOKING direct payment of the cost of the (c) The supplemental debt constitute a full legal description, fees, costs and commissions of (4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27) BLOCK: 252.16
pursuant to and within the limita- ORDINANCE NO.: 612 improvement or to payment of the statement required by said Law said description is filed at the sale from the total amount bid at ($150.48) (456) The Dimensions:
tions prescribed by said Law. BOND ORDINANCE OF obligations (Bonds and Notes) has been duly made and filed in Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper the sale. The Ocean Star APPROXIMATELY:
SECTION 3: THE BOROUGH OF MAN- issued pursuant to this Ordinance. the Office of the Borough Clerk Avenue, Toms River, NJ. A 20% deposit (cash or certi- ___________________________ 100 FEET x 50 FEET
(a) The purpose for which said TOLOKING, OCEAN COUN- The amount of debt obligations and a complete executed duplicate THE SHERIFF HEREBY fied funds) is required from the OCEAN COUNTY Nearest Cross Street:
obligations are to be issued is for TY, NEW JERSEY, PROVID- authorized herein shall be directly thereof has been filed in the Office RESERVES THE RIGHT TO Successful Bidder at the time of SHERIFF’S SALE Community Plaza - Beginning
the replacement of firehouse ING FOR CONSTRUCTION reduced to the extent that the funds of the Director of the Division of ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- sale. By virtue of the above stated at a point in the easterly line of
doors. OF LYMAN STREET DUNE described herein are actually Local Govern¬ment Services in OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY Seized as the property of writ, to me directed, issued out of Drum Point Road distant 301.42
(b) The estimated amount of WALKOVER AT A COST OF received. the Department of Community PUBLICATION. DANIEL RAYMOND PATTON , the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW feet on a course south 12 degrees
bonds or notes to be issued for said $85,000.00, AUTHORIZING SECTION 6: The full faith and Affairs of the State of New Jersey, PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- and taken in execution at the suit JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- 40 minutes west from a concrete
purpose is $20,000.00. THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS credit of the Borough are hereby and such statement shows that the DAVIT: NONE of EVERBANK, to be sold by SION Docket F1551710, will be monument lettered “16-D” at its
(c) The estimated cost to the AND NOTES IN THE PRINCI- pledged to the punctual payment gross debt of the Borough, as The amount of the judgement William L. Polhemus, Sheriff. exposed to sale at public venue on intersection with the south-easter-
Borough of said project is PAL SUM OF $80,000.00, AND of the principal and interest on the defined in said Law, is increased to be satisfied by said sale is the This sale is subject to post- TUESDAY the 1st DAY OF MAY, ly line of Community Plaza.
$22,000.00. APPROPRIATING THE SUM obligations authorized by this by the authorization of the bonds sum of $299,963.14 more or less, ponement without further notice. A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12 The above description does not
SECTION 4: The following OF $5,000.00 FROM THE CAP- Bond Ordinance. Said obligations and notes provided in this Bond plus interest. Attorneys for Plaintiff o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2 constitute a full legal description,
additional matters are hereby ITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND shall be direct, unlimited obliga- Ordinance by $26,000.00, and the Surplus Money: If after the Pluese, Becker & o’clock) Prevailing Time in the said description is filed at the
determined, declared, recited and FOR SAID PURPOSE tions of the Borough and the issuance of said obligations sale and satisfaction of the mort- Saltzman, Esqs. afternoon of said day at the Office Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper
stated: BE IT ORDAINED by the Borough shall be obligated to levy authorized by this Bond Ordinance gage debt, including costs and 20000 Horizon Way of the Sheriff, Toms River, Avenue, Toms River, NJ.
(a) The said purpose described Borough Council of the Borough ad valorem taxes upon all the tax- will be within the debt limitations expenses, there remains any sur- Suite 900 Township of Toms River, County THE SHERIFF HEREBY
in Section 3 of this Bond of Mantoloking, in the County of able property within the Borough prescribed by Law. plus money, the money will be Mt. Laurel, NJ of Ocean, New Jersey. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
Ordinance is a general improve- Ocean, State of New Jersey (not for the payment of said obligations (d) An aggregate amount not deposited into the Superior Court 08054 All that tract or parcel of land ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH-
ment and the cost thereof will be less than two-thirds of all the and interest thereon without limi- exceeding $4,000.00 for interest Trust Fund and any person claim- Sheriff’s Docket: and premises, situate, lying and OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY
paid by the Borough of members thereof affirmatively tation of rate or amount. on said obligations, cost of issuing ing the surplus, or any part thereof, CH765033 being in the TOWNSHIP OF PUBLICATION.
Mantoloking. concurring), as follows: SECTION 7: This Bond said obligations and other items of may file a motion pursuant to (4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4) BRICK, County of Ocean and PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI-
(b) The period of usefulness of SECTION 1: The improve- Ordinance shall take effect twenty expense listed in and permitted Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 ($$129.36) (392) State of New Jersey. DAVIT: NONE
said improvement within the limi- ment described in Section 3 of this (20) days after the first publication under Section 40A:2-20 of said stating the nature and extent of that The Ocean Star Street and Street No.: The amount of the judgement
tations of the Local Bond Law, Bond Ordinance is hereby author- thereof after final adoption as pro- Law may be included as part of the person’s claim and asking for an ___________________________ 2 DENBY COURT to be satisfied by said sale is the
according to the reasonable life ized by the Borough of vided by said Local Bond Law. cost of said improvements, and is order directing payment of the sur- OCEAN COUNTY Tax Lot and Block No.: sum of $368,099.51 more or less,
thereof computed from the date of Mantoloking, County of Ocean NOTICE included in the foregoing estimate plus money. The Sheriff or other SHERIFF’S SALE LOT: 25 plus interest.
the said bonds authorized by this and State of New Jersey. For the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thereof. person conducting the sale will By virtue of the above stated BLOCK: 1192.02 Surplus Money: If after the
Bond Ordinance, is thirty (30) said purpose stated in said Section that the foregoing Bond Ordinance (e) This Bond Ordinance have information regarding the writ, to me directed, issued out of The Dimensions: sale and satisfaction of the mort-
years. 3, there is hereby appropriated the was introduced and passed upon authorizes obligations of the surplus, if any. the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW APPROXIMATELY: gage debt, including costs and
(c) The supplemental debt sum of $85,000.00, said sum being first reading at a regular meeting Borough solely for purposes May be subject to an JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- .1557AC expenses, there remains any sur-
statement required by said Law inclusive of all appropriations of the Mayor and Council of the described herein and said purposes Ordinance by the Ocean County SION Docket F0054010, will be Nearest Cross Street: plus money, the money will be
has been duly made and filed in heretofore made for this purpose. Borough of Mantoloking, in the are in the public interest and are Board of Health: 87-01, Section exposed to sale at public venue on BLAKE CIRCLE deposited into the Superior Court
the Office of the Borough Clerk There is also appropriated from County of Ocean and State of New for the health, welfare, conven- 10. The Sheriff’s Department will TUESDAY the 1st DAY of MAY, The above description does not Trust Fund and any person claim-
and a complete executed duplicate the capital improve¬ment fund of Jersey held on the 26th day of ience or betterment of the inhabi- require notification of the certifi- A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12 constitute a full legal description, ing the surplus, or any part thereof,
thereof has been filed in the Office the Borough of Mantoloking the March, 2012, and said Ordinance tants of the Borough; the amounts cation of the wells where applica- o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2 said description is filed at the may file a motion pursuant to
of the Director of the Division of sum of $5,000.00 as a down pay- will be considered for final pas- to be expended for said purposes ble. o’clock) Prevailing Time in the Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2
Local Govern¬ment Services in ment for the contemplated project. sage at the Borough Hall, Downer pursuant to this Bond Ordinance The Sheriff shall deduct his afternoon of said day at the Office Avenue, Toms River, NJ. stating the nature and extent of that
the Department of Community SECTION 2: For the financing Avenue, Mantoloking, New Jersey are not unreasonable or exorbitant fees, costs and commissions of of the Sheriff, Toms River, THE SHERIFF HEREBY person’s claim and asking for an
Affairs of the State of New Jersey, of said purpose and to meet the at 4:30 p.m. on the 23rd day of and issuance of the said obliga- sale from the total amount bid at Township of Toms River, County RESERVES THE RIGHT TO order directing payment of the sur-
and such statement shows that the said $85,000.00 appropriation, April, 2012, or as soon thereafter tions will not materially impair the the sale. of Ocean, New Jersey. ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- plus money. The Sheriff or other
gross debt of the Borough, as negotiable bonds of the Borough as said matter may be reached, at credit of the Borough or substan- A 20% deposit (cash or certi- All that tract or parcel of land OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY person conducting the sale will
defined in said Law, is increased are hereby authorized to be issued which time and place all persons tially reduce its ability to pay fied funds) is required from the and premises, situate, lying and PUBLICATION. have information regarding the
by the authorization of the bonds in the principal amount of interested will be given an oppor- punctually the principal of and Successful Bidder at the time of being in the TOWNSHIP OF PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- surplus, if any.
and notes provided in this Bond $80,000.00 pursuant to the Local tunity to be heard. interest on its debts or to supply sale. BRICK, County of Ocean and DAVIT: NONE May be subject to an
Ordinance by $20,000.00, and the Bond Law of New Jersey. In IRENE H. RYAN, R.M.C. other essential public improve- Seized as the property of State of New Jersey. TAXES: Ordinance by the Ocean County
issuance of said obligations anticipation of the issuance of said Municipal Clerk ments and services. DALE DVORAK, ET AL, and Street and Street No.: CURRENT THROUGH 1ST Board of Health: 87-01, Section
authorized by this Bond Ordinance bonds and to temporarily finance ($62.70) (190) (4/13) SECTION 5: All funds taken in execution at the suit of 216 SAWMILL ROAD QUARTER OF 2012* 10. The Sheriff’s Department will
will be within the debt limitations said improvement, the negotiable The Ocean Star received from any sources by way INVESTORS BANK F?K?A UNIT C - BLDG 18 OTHER: require notification of the certifi-
prescribed by Law. notes of the Borough in a principal ___________________________ of grant, gift or otherwise for the INVESTORS SAVINGS BANK, Tax Lot and Block No.: WATER/SEWER BALANCE cation of the wells where applica-
(d) An aggregate amount not amount not exceeding $80,000.00 BOROUGH OF purpose described in Section 3 to be sold by William L. LOT: 10 F/K/A $103.19 (GOOD THROUGH ble.
exceeding $4,000.00 for interest are hereby authorized to be issued MANTOLOKING hereof shall be applied either to Polhemus, Sheriff. LOT: 18CD-C 2/29/12)* The Sheriff shall deduct his
on said obligations, cost of issuing pursuant to and within the limita- ORDINANCE NO.: 610 direct payment of the cost of the This sale is subject to post- QUALIFIER C451 *ALSO SUBJECT TO SUB- fees, costs and commissions of
said obligations and other items of tions prescribed by said Law. BOND ORDINANCE OF improvements or to payment of ponement without further notice. BLOCK: 1386 F/K/A SEQUENT TAXES, WATER sale from the total amount bid at
expense listed in and permitted SECTION 3: THE BOROUGH OF MAN- the obligations (Bonds and Notes) Attorneys for Plaintiff BLOCK: 1386-10 AND SEWER PLUS INTEREST the sale.
under Section 40A:2-20 of said (a) The purpose for which said TOLOKING, OCEAN COUN- issued pursuant to this Ordinance. Hill Wallack Dimensions: THROUGH DATE OF PAYOFF. A 20% deposit (cash or certi-
Law may be included as part of the obligations are to be issued is for TY, NEW JERSEY, PROVID- The amount of debt obligations 202 Carnegie Center APPROXIMATELY: The amount of the judgement fied funds) is required from the
cost of said improvement, and is the construction of Lyman Street ING FOR BAY AVENUE authorized herein shall be directly Princeton, NJ CONDO to be satisfied by said sale is the Successful Bidder at the time of
included in the foregoing estimate Dune Walkover. DRAINAGE IMPROVE- reduced to the extent that the funds 08543-5226 Nearest Cross Street: sum of $208.419.32 more or less, sale.
thereof. (b) The estimated amount of MENTS AT A COST OF described herein are actually Sheriff’s Docket: Unit C in Building 18 of plus interest. Seized as the property of
(e) This Bond Ordinance bonds or notes to be issued for said $28,000.00, AUTHORIZING received. CH 765037 Sylvan Glade Park, Section D Surplus Money: If after the LOUIS AMOROSA, ET ALS,,
authorizes obligations of the purpose is $80,000.00. THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS SECTION 6: The full faith and (4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4) The above description does not sale and satisfaction of the mort- and taken in execution at the suit
Borough solely for purposes (c) The estimated cost to the AND NOTES IN THE PRINCI- credit of the Borough are hereby ($129.36) (392) constitute a full legal description, gage debt, including costs and of WALTER L. ERHARDT, JR.,
described herein and said purposes Borough of said project is PAL SUM OF $26,000.00, AND pledged to the punctual payment The Ocean Star said description is filed at the expenses, there remains any sur- to be sold by William L.
are in the public interest and are $85,000.00. APPROPRIATING THE SUM of the principal and interest on the ___________________________ Office of the Sheriff, 120 Hooper plus money, the money will be Polhemus, Sheriff.
for the health, welfare, conven- SECTION 4: The following OF $2,000.00 FROM THE CAP- obligations authorized by this OCEAN COUNTY Avenue, Toms River, NJ. deposited into the Superior Court This sale is subject to post-
ience or betterment of the inhabi- additional matters are hereby ITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Bond Ordinance. Said obligations SHERIFF’S SALE THE SHERIFF HEREBY Trust Fund and any person claim- ponement without further notice.
tants of the Borough; the amounts determined, declared, recited and FOR SAID PURPOSE shall be direct, unlimited obliga- By virtue of the above stated RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ing the surplus, or any part thereof, Attorneys for Plaintiff
to be expended for said purposes stated: BE IT ORDAINED by the tions of the Borough and the writ, to me directed, issued out of ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- may file a motion pursuant to Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer
pursuant to this Bond Ordinance (a) The said purpose described Borough Council of the Borough Borough shall be obligated to levy the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 (Woodbridge)
are not unreasonable or exorbitant in Section 3 of this Bond of Mantoloking, in the County of ad valorem taxes upon all the tax- JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- PUBLICATION. stating the nature and extent of that 90 Woodbridge
and issuance of the said obliga- Ordinance is a general improve- Ocean, State of New Jersey (not able property within the Borough SION Docket F05791010, will be PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- person’s claim and asking for an Center Drive
tions will not materially impair the ment and the cost thereof will be less than two-thirds of all the for the payment of said obligations exposed to sale at public venue on DAVIT: order directing payment of the sur- PO Box 10
credit of the Borough or substan- paid by the Borough of members thereof affirmatively and interest thereon without limi- TUESDAY the 8th DAY OF MAY, Tax Sale Certificate #2011- plus money. The Sheriff or other Woodbridge, NJ
tially reduce its ability to pay Mantoloking. concurring), as follows: tation of rate or amount. A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12 0338 sold to Gestetner Capital person conducting the sale will 07095
punctually the principal of and (b) The period of usefulness of SECTION 1: The improve- SECTION 7: This Bond o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2 Group - $107.66 plus fees, costs have information regarding the Sheriff’s Docket:
interest on its debts or to supply said improvement within the limi- ment described in Section 3 of this Ordinance shall take effect twenty o’clock) Prevailing Time in the and interest thereon; amount good surplus, if any. CH 765005
other essential public improve- tations of the Local Bond Law, Bond Ordinance is hereby author- (20) days after the first publication afternoon of said day at the Office through 3/1/12 May be subject to an (3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13)
ments and services. according to the reasonable life ized by the Borough of thereof after final adoption as pro- of the Sheriff, Toms River, Subject to six (6) month nor- Ordinance by the Ocean County ($139.92) (424)
SECTION 5: All funds thereof computed from the date of Mantoloking, County of Ocean vided by said Local Bond Law. Township of Toms River, County mal maintenance dues due to Board of Health: 87-01, Section The Ocean Star
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___________________________ Avenue, Toms River, NJ. The Sheriff shall deduct his ING FOR PURCHASE OF negotiable bonds of the Borough thereof computed from the date of are in the public interest and are Borough shall be obligated to levy
OCEAN COUNTY THE SHERIFF HEREBY fees, costs and commissions of POLICE CAMERAS AT A are hereby authorized to be issued the said bonds authorized by this for the health, welfare, conven- ad valorem taxes upon all the tax-
SHERIFF’S SALE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO sale from the total amount bid at COST OF $70,000.00, AUTHO- in the principal amount of Bond Ordinance, is ten (10) years. ience or betterment of the inhabi- able property within the Borough
By virtue of the above stated ADJOURN THIS SALE WITH- the sale. RIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $66,000.00 pursuant to the Local (c) The supplemental debt tants of the Borough; the amounts for the payment of said obligations
writ, to me directed, issued out of OUT FURTHER NOTICE BY A 20% deposit (cash or certi- BONDS AND NOTES IN THE Bond Law of New Jersey. In statement required by said Law to be expended for said purposes and interest thereon without limi-
the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW PUBLICATION. fied funds) is required from the PRINCIPAL SUM OF anticipation of the issuance of said has been duly made and filed in pursuant to this Bond Ordinance tation of rate or amount.
JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVI- PRIOR LIENS OF AFFI- Successful Bidder at the time of $66,000.00, AND APPROPRI- bonds and to temporarily finance the Office of the Borough Clerk are not unreasonable or exorbitant SECTION 7:
SION Docket F2460707, will be DAVIT: LILLIAN Z HANG - sale. ATING THE SUM OF $4,000.00 said purchase, the negotiable notes and a complete executed duplicate and issuance of the said obliga- This Bond Ordinance shall take
exposed to sale at public venue on $20,921.57 Seized as the property of FROM THE CAPITAL of the Borough in a principal thereof has been filed in the Office tions will not materially impair the effect twenty (20) days after the
TUESDAY the 1st DAY OF MAY, The amount of the judgement THOMAS E. DECKER, JR., ET IMPROVEMENT FUND FOR amount not exceeding $66,000.00 of the Director of the Division of credit of the Borough or substan- first publication thereof after final
A.D. 2012 between the hours of 12 to be satisfied by said sale is the ALS, and taken in execution at the SAID PURPOSE are hereby authorized to be issued Local Govern¬ment Services in tially reduce its ability to pay adoption as provided by said Local
o’clock and 5 o’clock (at 2 sum of $341,827.54 more or less, suit of NAVY FEDERAL CRED- BE IT ORDAINED by the pursuant to and within the limita- the Department of Community punctually the principal of and Bond Law.
o’clock) Prevailing Time in the plus interest. IT UNION, to be sold by William Borough Council of the Borough tions prescribed by said Law. Affairs of the State of New Jersey, interest on its debts or to supply NOTICE
afternoon of said day at the Office Surplus Money: If after the L. Polhemus, Sheriff. of Mantoloking, in the County of SECTION 3: and such statement shows that the other essential public improve- NOTICE IS HEREBY
of the Sheriff, Toms River, sale and satisfaction of the mort- This sale is subject to post- Ocean, State of New Jersey (not (a) The purpose for which said gross debt of the Borough, as ments and services. GIVEN that the foregoing Bond
Township of Toms River, County gage debt, including costs and ponement without further notice. less than two-thirds of all the obligations are to be issued is for defined in said Law, is increased SECTION 5: All funds Ordinance was introduced and
of Ocean, New Jersey. expenses, there remains any sur- Attorneys for Plaintiff members thereof affirmatively the purchase of police cameras. by the authorization of the bonds received from any sources by way passed upon first reading at a reg-
All that tract or parcel of land plus money, the money will be Uldren Law Offices, PC concurring), as follows: (b) The estimated amount of and notes provided in this Bond of grant, gift or otherwise for the ular meeting of the Mayor and
and premises, situate, lying and deposited into the Superior Court WoodCrest Corporate SECTION 1: The purchase bonds or notes to be issued for said Ordinance by $66,000.00, and the purpose described in Section 3 Council of the Borough of
being in the BOROUGH OF Trust Fund and any person claim- Center described in Section 3 of this Bond purpose is $66,000.00. issuance of said obligations hereof shall be applied either to Mantoloking, in the County of
POINT PLEASANT, County of ing the surplus, or any part thereof, 111 Woodcrest Road, Ordinance is hereby authorized by (c) The estimated cost to the authorized by this Bond Ordinance direct payment of the cost of the Ocean and State of New Jersey
Ocean and State of New Jersey. may file a motion pursuant to Suite 200 the Borough of Mantoloking, Borough of said project is will be within the debt limitations purchase or to payment of the obli- held on the 26th day of March,
Street and Street No.: Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 Cherry Hill, NJ County of Ocean and State of New $70,000.00. prescribed by Law. gations (Bonds and Notes) issued 2012, and said Ordinance will be
2501 LITTLE HILL ROAD stating the nature and extent of that 08003 Jersey. For the said purpose stated SECTION 4: The following (d) An aggregate amount not pursuant to this Ordinance. The considered for final passage at the
Tax Lot and Block No.: person’s claim and asking for an Sheriff’s Docket: in said Section 3, there is hereby additional matters are hereby exceeding $4,000.00 for interest amount of debt obligations author- Borough Hall, Downer Avenue,
LOT: 13 order directing payment of the sur- CH 765021 appropriated the sum of determined, declared, recited and on said obligations, cost of issuing ized herein shall be directly Mantoloking, New Jersey at 4:30
BLOCK: 5 plus money. The Sheriff or other (4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27) $70,000.00, said sum being inclu- stated: said obligations and other items of reduced to the extent that the funds p.m. on the 23rd day of April,
The Dimensions: person conducting the sale will ($133.32) (404) sive of all appropriations hereto- (a) The said purpose described expense listed in and permitted described herein are actually 2012, or as soon thereafter as said
APPROXIMATELY: have information regarding the The Ocean Star fore made for this purpose. There in Section 3 of this Bond under Section 40A:2-20 of said received. matter may be reached, at which
80 FT X 31.42 FT X 45 FT X surplus, if any. ___________________________ is also appropriated from the capi- Ordinance is a general improve- Law may be included as part of the SECTION 6: The full faith and time and place all persons interest-
100FT X 65 FT May be subject to an BOROUGH OF tal improve¬ment fund of the ment and the cost thereof will be cost of said purchase, and is credit of the Borough are hereby ed will be given an opportunity to
Nearest Cross Street: Ordinance by the Ocean County MANTOLOKING Borough of Mantoloking the sum paid by the Borough of included in the foregoing estimate pledged to the punctual payment be heard.
RIVER AVENUE Board of Health: 87-01, Section ORDINANCE NO.: 609 of $4,000.00 as a down payment Mantoloking. thereof. of the principal and interest on the IRENE H. RYAN, R.M.C.
The above description does not 10. The Sheriff’s Department will BOND ORDINANCE OF for the contemplated project. (b) The period of usefulness of (e) This Bond Ordinance obligations authorized by this Municipal Clerk
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