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Tom Davis (Editor) April 14, 2014 at 10:02 AM
Thank you ....could you post this also on our pointpleasant.patch.com page, too? That would be aRead Morenic e tribute.
Alphonse April 14, 2014 at 02:24 PM
Tom Davis, This has been posted on Point Pleasant and other communities within the region. Thank you
Legion April 13, 2014 at 05:30 PM
It's a brush fire in the woods off Jordan Road.
MOONPOOL April 14, 2014 at 02:34 PM
D.H what are you doing to to keep ducy and the Democrat council accountable in there campaignRead Morepro mises? Or do thy get to lie cheat because they are Democrats? everyone who voted for and against them should hold them accountable for the platform they ran on.
J.JONES April 14, 2014 at 02:47 PM
Hey Disgusted this past election wasn't won on who had the best plan for the town ..It was won onRead Morewh o had the must trash on other side ..Face it Hudson county politics are at Jersey Shore and if the democrats don't do what they said they would do and it may just be a short lived life in office ...
#BiteMe April 15, 2014 at 11:15 AM
I am sure that disgusted felt the same way when steve won in a landslide.
Mortimer Snerd April 12, 2014 at 07:53 AM
Yes, it's habit-forming! Please call TR Rec. Dept. and ask if they'll stripe more unused tennisRead Morecou rts for playing the nation's fastest-growing game, pickle ball. With only 1 outdoor court in TR & Brick, groups of 8 or more are reluctant to go there and wait their turn. Maybe TR Rec. would allow us to post names and playing sign-up times on a bulletin board.
Mary Ann Bove April 12, 2014 at 09:45 AM
Will give toms river a call on Monday. Do u chalk out courts ? Better then nothing for someRead Moreoutdoo r play ?
Sue April 12, 2014 at 01:35 PM
Some of us have resorted to marking out pickle ball court lines in the street! Brick and TomsRead MoreRi ver need to step up and provide more than the 1 outdoor court in the 2 towns for all the pickle ball players around here!
PAUL PACE April 08, 2014 at 10:16 AM
Alex W April 09, 2014 at 07:52 PM
Contact Attorney Jeffery Steven Arons in New Brunswick. 732-247-5000. He previouslyRead Moresued Brick police and won. That is who I am using for my case against Brick PD
Alex W April 09, 2014 at 08:01 PM
Michelle listen to Melinda, I have two email addresses for you. Both are Christie aids. I sent you Read Morean email contact me for that info. Lets make this bigger than "Bridge Gate"...
Stephen April 05, 2014 at 01:04 PM
Spider-Man: Hey, kiddo. Let Mom and Dad talk for a minute, will ya? That is for you F_I_M_F. LOL
FIMF the ll April 05, 2014 at 06:01 PM
BAN THE PTA TADFF Review: High School Posted by Courtney Small High School Henry (Matt Bush) is an Read Morehonour roll student who has always played by the rules. His pal Travis (Sean Marquette), on the other hand, is a stoner whose future is as cloudy as the marijuana he enhales. Travis convinces Henry to let loose and try some weed just one time. Unfortunately for the boys, they get high the night before the school principle, Gordon (Michael Chiklis), announces that he will be taken a harsh stance on drugs. On the day of the final exams, every student will have to take part in mandatory drug testing. Anyone student who fails the test will be immediately expelled. Fearing that his application to MIT is in jeopardy, Henry decides to go along with Travis’ crazy plan to get the whole school high via the PTA bake sale. If the whole school fails the drug screening than the results will be deemed inadmissible. In order to get enough drugs to affect the students and staff, Travis and Henry must steal some of the most potent marijuana on earth from a local drug dealer.
Melinda Murray April 11, 2014 at 08:30 AM
Why not go after the gas stations that sell glass pipes,paper,tiny roses in tiny glass vials, thatRead Morea re cracked open and used to smoke crack? I say its easier to watch when they are putting right out there. I think this establishment will have to do things above board. Now the gas stations in town that are selling paraphernalia to under age kids theres something to worry about.
Jim April 02, 2014 at 03:31 PM
So what did everyone think that taxes were going to go down? If you like all the services that weRead Moreh ave, you have to pay. One thing though is someone has to take a really hard look at the police and the Board of Education. We have way to much crime going on in the town now and I don't see anyone really addressing\it. Time for a MAJOR crackdown on all law breakers, no matter what the crime!!!
KC April 07, 2014 at 01:29 AM
What services, Jim? Apart from garbage collection I can think of none. Our town is in a deplorable Read Morestate, I would gladly pay higher taxes if we received any services, but we truly do not. Senior retirement developments get all the grease. Haven't had a road pave in thirty five years. The schools are decrepit and the weedy, garbage strewn byways a disgrace. We thought the low taxes were the trade off for allowing the fugly corporate box chains to destroy the fabric of our town. Let Walmart pay their fair share first! Then go after the wing it joints that do little to enhance anything.
Martin April 03, 2014 at 08:07 AM
It's America's fastest-growing sport. It's inexpensive. It's good, clean fun for all. I'm all forRead Moreit . ==> http://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/pickleball-fastest-growing-sport-america-n56181 ==> Mayor, council and rec dept. -- please get Brick on the pickle-wagon!
Mortimer Snerd April 03, 2014 at 04:43 PM
The rec dept. can simply paint lines for Pickle Ball courts on some existing tennis courts. I seeRead Morel ots of unused courts in Brick. Cheap... quick... instant fun for many residents who are looking for an easy-to-learn game that can be played in 15 minutes or so by men, women and children. How about it?
Mary Ann Bove April 10, 2014 at 09:40 AM
Have been playing pickleball for 5 years at the villages in Florida and want to play when I'm homeRead Moreh ere in Toms River/Brick/wherever!!!! Anyone looking for some games in this beautiful outdoor weather?? We can always "mark" out the courts with chalk since the outside courts are limited!!!!
disgusted homeowner March 30, 2014 at 12:24 PM
Just another example of how "Crisco" is scamming the public at large. He goes on the road Read Moretouting how he hasn't raised any taxes and balanced his budgets but tolls and fees have gone thru the roof. When he had the oppurtunity to knock down the port authority toll hikes on the bridges and tunnels, he sat on HIS hands and just let them go thru. Is that why NJ unemployment is almost 8% and Pennsylvania is6.2%??? NJ has lagged way behind neighboring states in the recovery and WE are now number one in foreclosures. Good job Chris, keep up the good work. LOL
Waste of $$$ and a pass-through to a certain engineering firms resurrected ashes of dollars thatRead Moresho uld be in use to restore what the residents lost. If anyone has learned anything from Mother Nature's continuing effort to put back the inlets that were once along the shore, and run Sandy Hook out further due to long-shore transport, (which is why the lighthouse is now quite a bit in from the channel <sarcasm, folks>), it's that those islands will be navigation hazards, destroy existing benthos, and simply add to the end of the Peninsula that is Sandy Hook. These are basic geological principles taught in High School Earth Science. The effort is a great way to funnel dollars to donors. One of our forensic accounting team members formerly worked for a dredging company - he and I had a heck of a laugh when we saw this proposal.
Tom, Steve and Aimee have press conferences and fund-raisers. We're out there WORKING forRead Moreyou. W hen November is here, it's your call...anyone really want more of the same?
I would bet none of the three can even explain long-shore transport or 'textural maturity' of beach Read Morereplenishment aggregate without googling it first.