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Vol. 18, Issue 9

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T h e “ Fe e l G o o d ” N ew s p a p e r • Au g u s t 2 0 1 3

A TOTAL OF 378 YEARS OF TEACHING EXPERTISE!

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TEACHERS BID A FINAL ADIEU TO BTHS – June 13, 2013 was a very memorable night for eleven teachers of Brick Township High School, who were honored at a dinner held at The Lobster Shanty in Point Pleasant Beach commemorating their retirement. The very special night, was as usual, emceed by former science teacher Gary Tutzauer, who had the crowd in stitches as he “mini-roasted” the teachers as they were introduced, thanked for their years of service and presented with their “official” retirement watch! The recipients gave touching speeches that were truly the highlight of the party, which were enjoyed by one and all. The retirees from left: Robert Auriemma, 50 years; Don Blair, 32 years; Patricia Wright, 34 years; Barbara Bittenbinder, 48 years; Mary Lou Woolley, 34 years; Tony Caravella, 32 years; Donna Kuch, 35 years; Jacqueline Keever, 23 years; Deborah Kraft, 36 years; Denise Schierbaum, 33 years; Debra Krichman, 14 years and William Kraft, 7 years. Congratulations to our great team of educators for all of their dedication and caring for our children over the decades!


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Focus On Brick Township with Mayor Stephen C. Acropolis After Months of deliberation and discussion, The Township of Brick will take the next steps to realize the Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet Storm Damage Reduction Project with our neighboring coastal communities, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The beach nourishment and dune reconstruction project would offer lifesaving protection to 14 miles of the Ocean County oceanfront, from the Manasquan Inlet to Island Beach State Park. Brick has two miles of coast in the center of the project, at one of the narrowest points of the barrier island, which is just one of the reasons this project must advance. The project is initiated and managed by the Army Corp of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. It includes a 150-foot wide dune and over 100 feet of beach, dune plantings, walk-over structures for pedestrian access where needed, and vehicular access points for winter fishing and emergency management. In a true feat of engineering, sand will be screened and pumped from 1-2 miles off-shore and onto the beachfront to construct the dune and create a blanket zone of new sand where bathers, surfers and fishermen can recreate. Pumping could begin as early as January of 2014. Because it is such a narrow area of land, the Federal Highway Administration has also agreed to fund a steel revetment to protect Route 35, which is being reconstructed as a result of Sandy’s devastation. We have all seen the pictures of the devastating ocean breach that occurred at the foot of the Mantoloking Bridge, and elsewhere, during the storm. Residents who cross the Mantoloking Bridge or travel along Route 35 in Mantoloking now see a similar steel revetment at the site of that breach. The planned revetment in the Township of Brick will be a 46 foot long steel bulkhead buried in the core of the dune to serve as a reinforced barrier for Brick and Mantoloking. The bulkhead will penetrate to a depth of 30-feet below sea level, and the remaining 16 feet will be contained within the reconstructed dune, making it invisible from all sides. Permits are being pursued and construction could begin as early as November on this exciting component to our coastal protection efforts. While the two projects will work in concert to protect the shoreline, the steel revetment and dune and beach nourishment projects are being constructed separately. The bulkhead is funded by the Federal Highway Administration and NJ Shoreline Protection Fund. Once constructed, Brick and Mantoloking will be responsible for maintaining it. The dune construction and beach nourishment project is funded by a combination of Visit us at www.thebricktownshipcommunicator.com

federal, state and local agencies. The dune and beach nourishment project carries a 50-year maintenance agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers. That means that if we get hit with another storm, the Army Corps will come back and fix the dune. Obviously, we all hope that this is never necessary and that we never see another storm with the intensity of Sandy. Progress on these projects has been delayed due to concerns from some of the oceanfront homeowners. We have tried to respect and address the legitimate concerns, while also clarifying some concerns that we believe to be invalid. Public access, fear of outsiders, changes to views and property rights are all issues that have been discussed with holdouts. New Jersey beachfront living is unique in that owners feel entitled to all of the sand in front of their homes, right down to the high water mark. While many of these residents are the best stewards of our coastline, the reality is that ALL of our beaches are PUBLIC and no one has the legal right to remove anyone from our ocean beaches. That having been said, I have been clear from day one that Brick Township has a fantastic municipal beach network and we are not looking to add to that footprint at the expense of our island property owners. These projects are in everyone’s best interests, especially those in the direct line of fire from future storms. For the projects to proceed, we must collect signed and notarized easements from the land owners that grants the rights to pump the sand and build the dune. An additional easement is required to build the steel bulkhead. Although some residents have contested this point, it is clear that the easement applies only to the portion of their property that falls within the scope of the project… in essence, from the western toe of the dune to the mean high water mark. Not seeing the benefit of protection, even with October’s clear demonstration of the consequences of failing to reinforce, some homeowners have chosen to yield to advice from lawyers and withhold the easements. As I write this, approximately 70 of the required 130 oceanfront homeowners have chosen to be partners in this critical effort by signing the beach nourishment and dune easement and agreeing to provide the revetment easement. Since the deadline that the township established has passed, and given the more than five months that these residents have had to inquire about and consider the project, I have instructed township professionals to begin the condemnation of the needed portion of those properties that have not provided the easements. This decision was not made without careful consideration and deliberation. Instead, it was made knowing that the sometimes misplaced concerns of a very few residents is far outweighed by the Township’s highest priority, which is to protect the health, safety and well-being of ALL of our residents. Once the township is granted or takes the easement of the required portion of these properties, the vital protection of Brick Township will move forward.


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And The Winner Is‌

Alyce Miller was the winner of our Find the Fire Cracker Symbol Contest in our July issue. Alyce enters every contest and is a regular customer of Jerry’s Dry Cleaners of Herbertsville. Brick resident and owner Jerry Wood (the Donald Trump of dry cleaners) donated a gift certificate of $50.00 to Alyce and she was happy to have finally won the contest. Be sure to fill out the Find the Beach Ball Symbol Contest form located on page 16 of this issue, and perhaps your picture will appear here next month.

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Move • Touch • Inspire 1692 Route 88 West, Brick, NJ 08724 (732) 458-3159 Fax: (732) 458-1683 E-mail: Editorial@peckpublishing.com Founder, Deb Geller – August 1997

Publisher Helen Ann Peck Editor Maureen (Moe) Nolan Resident Poet Ruth Klein Staff Photographer Paul E. Ling Food/Restaurant Features James Conroy Official Greeter Lucy Ann Peck, Communicat Emeritus All articles, columns, images and any other content found within the publication is the exclusive copyright of Peck Publishing and The Brick Township Communicator and may not be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. The Brick Township Communicator is not responsible for typographical errors in advertising (after proofs are approved) or editorial, except to print a correction in the following issue. We reserve the right to reject any advertising or editorial we deem objectionable for a family newspaper.

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Congratulations - Carly De La Hoz has graduated Magna Cum Laude from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture. She was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society for graduating in the top 10% of her class. Carly won three awards of distinction for her compelling thesis project, as well as the German Book Prize for outstanding achievement in the study of German. She has been acknowledged in campus-wide and alumni-circulated publications for her outstanding senior research project and for her dedication to community service. During all four years at Princeton, Carly was the Project Coordinator for a tutoring/mentoring program at Princeton Regional High School. She was also the only undergraduate Junior Associate in the Princeton School of Architecture's Center for Architecture, Urbanism and Infrastructure (CAUI), a research group comprised of professors, graduate students and PhD candidates. In her junior year, she became the only non-Astrophysics major to serve as President of the Princeton Astrobiology Club, and served on the board of several other academic and civic engagement-related campus groups. Carly was one of ten District 1 finalists in the Rhodes Scholarship competition and was accepted to Cambridge University graduate school in England for a Masters degree in Architecture and Urban Studies. Carly has accepted a full-time position at an architecture firm in Manhattan and plans to attend graduate school next year. She is the daughter of proud parents Michele and Rudy De La Hoz of Brick Township, and is pictured here with her two brothers, Matthew and Michael, on graduation day.

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IRV & KAREN’S HOT PASTRAMI DELI & RESTAURANT - 2114 Route 88 East recently celebrated their sixth business anniversary after enjoying seventeen thriving business years in Toms River. Owner Karen Levine’s friendly neighborhood deli makes your mouth water the minute you walk in. A fresh cooked turkey sits on the counter, brisket, pastrami, corned beef, roast beef and chopped liver salad are all being dished up and served on crusty Jewish rye bread and and served with a crunchy pickle! Irv and Karen’s Deli is open Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They deliver and you can eat in their pleasant dining room, or call ahead for take out (Karen checks every bag, to insure the whole order is in the bag!) Irv & Karen’s serve a great breakfast menu lots of egg dishes and pancakes, and lots of extra like corned beef hash, cinnamon toast, blueberry muffins and great omelettes! Lunch is a smorgasbord of all your favorite delights from hot open sandwiches, grilled sandwiches and even white fish salad. When you call ahead to place your next order at 732-899-6990, or stop in for your next meal, be sure to tell Karen and her sister chef Roberta and the gang that you saw their anniversary picture in The Brick Township Communicator. Irv & Karen’s Deli’s advertisement is located on page 2 of this issue.

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Communicator Celebrates 16th Anniversary! The Brick Township Communicator celebrates its 16th anniversary this month. I took a quick stroll down memory lane and went through some of our old archives, and was amazed of all the changes around Brick Township! It’s marvelous to look at the Brick Reservoir, the Angel of Anguish in Windward Beach Park, the new Traders Cove Park and many other sights that you take for granted everyday as you travel around town. Most of our old standbys are still standing strong ever after Super Storm Sandy swept through our town and hearts. The struggle will be with us for years to come, but somehow you keep going on. The Communicator, like eve-

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to our two monthly papers, and be able to bring you more good news about people, places and things in Brick Township. The Communicator has recently suffered a sad time. The paper’s Official Greeter: Lucy the Communicat left us after almost 18 happy years. Our little calico greeted everyone who came in the office and was featured in the paper whenever we needed a cute happy smile…and she had many friends and admirers among our visitors and advertisers. It’s strange to be sitting here at my computer without Lucy sitting on a pile of papers on my desk, or ducking behind my computer to nap. She always stayed with me hour after hour until the paper was finished. It didn’t matter if it took me 24 hours or 48 straight through… she never left until I turned the

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Congratulations - Friends and family gathered to congratulate Courtney Evan of Brick Township upon her graduation with honors from Ramapo College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting at the Tuscany Restaurant on May 17, 2013. Good luck in the future to Courtney as she studies for her CPA Exam!! Your family is very proud of all your accomplishments.

ryone else, has experienced it’s own struggles the last few years. The economy creeps along at a snail's pace and we are stuck behind the slow progress. Everyone it seems has had to make tough choices and the Communicator is no exception. We’ve had to tighten our belts and reduced staff, as well as, reduce our semi-monthly status to now one monthly issue. We have added an e-edition and you may now view us at: thebricktownshipcommunicator. com. Hopefully, at some point in the upcoming year, we’ll get back

light out. I miss my little buddy who was always there for me and gave me so much joy…as only beloved pets can do! Lucy was a feral cat and appeared outside my front door when I originally moved to the Baywood section of Brick. She sat there for five days and stared at me until I took her into my home. She wanted desperately to be an indoor cat! She quickly won me over and my two other domestic shorthair cats Kimba (the exotic Bengal) and Midnight (my black Persian.) Today as you

travel around you will notice if you look closely, there are colonies of feral cats in many sections of town. The Brick Township TNR Program (Trap, Neuter and Release) has been in operation for one year. The volunteers gather up as many feral cats as they can get and take them to local vets to be neutered and release them back into their natural locations. The cost is funded by the TNR Program, and if you’d like more information on how you could help or donate money in memory of Lucy, please contact Madeline Iannarone, Brick TNR, 270 Civic Plaza, Brick. N.J. 08723

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or call her at 732-262-1076. The organization is in desperate need of volunteers to help in any way they can, whether it is donating some food or some time to help locate cats and help to retrieve them!


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Council Corner with Council Vice President Susan Lydecker At the July 23rd Council meeting, the Mayor presented a revised version of the Municipal budget, still maintaining the zero tax increase; which the Council adopted. Within that budget, the Council allots a certain amount of money to be used as a down payment to borrow on five, ten and fifteen year bonds. The Council is on track to present the Capital Budget in August. The Capital budget is essentially what the Council’s goals are for the year to enhance our town and make improvements, such as buying heavy equipment, repairing buildings, streets, sidewalks and drainage improvements. Each department provides a list of requests for the Administration and Council to consider, then we decide to allot the monies needed to cover what we think is appropriate. The objective for the Council is to maintain a comprehensive Capital Budget that is predetermined by the need of the repairs and/or items. It will provide a starting point as to what we plan to repair a few years in advance and how much the anticipated costs are. We can incorporate a plan to purchase and replace vehicles, repave roads and maintain parks. Having a long term plan in place means more effective and economical planning, responsible spending and fluid budgeting from year to year. The Council has already bonded for multiple projects this year due to Super Storm Sandy. This includes rebuilding docks, repairing buildings and refurbishing beaches and dunes and mending parks. Many road projects will soon be under way to repair the storm damage. We anticipate that a few of the upcoming projects will wrap up some of the ongoing issues we are experiencing. There are many items for the Council to consider. Roads and drainage improvements are always at the top of my list. I anticipate a considerable amount of work will be done in that area. The plan I am hoping the Council will propose will include a heavy duty vehicle and various equipment for the Public Works Department. If this department receives proper funding, they will have the ability to complete minor road and drainage repair work at a lower cost than using a contractor. If we keep the vehicle fleet we currently have properly maintained,

then we can expect a drop in the amount we spend to repair them and other Township vehicles.

Our Parks and Recreation Department; which include Township beaches, needs various pieces of equipment to maintain the safety and viability our property. This in turn provides security for the residents who utilize them. There are two parks projects that are ready to move forward into the building stage. We can anticipate the rebuilding of Colorado Park which, earlier this year was literally set on fire by vandals and destroyed. Angela Hibbard Park is also ready to move on to the construction phase. We are in the process of planning Lake Riviera Park and a few other locations can anticipate new playground equipment, such as Windward Beach. Although there are many items to be considered to bond for, we must be financially conscious of what we can comfortably borrow without pushing our dollars to the limit. We will be mindful of the Department Head’s and Engineering requests and do the best we can with the money we have available to us. I have had the pleasure of sitting on the Mayors Advisory Committee for Renewable Energy (MACRE) for the last two years. MACRE is tasked with encouraging energy conservation and to develop and employ affordable, enduring solar and wind projects within our town. Their accomplishments include a completed energy audit and a more efficient heating/air conditioning system for the Municipal Building. The group was instrumental in having photovoltaic (solar) panels installed at the Municipal Building, as well as the ongoing development of French’s Landfill into a solar farm and the wind turbine at the Drum Point Sports Complex. For more information and updates about MACRE, you can visit http://www.twp.brick.nj.us/ boards-commissions/macre/. While at that site, you can also review current data regarding the operation of the Municipal Complex Solar Panel System and the DPSC Wind Turbine. The MACRE Committee is presenting the Third Annual Brick Township Green Fair on September 7th from 10 AM till 2 PM at Windward Beach on Princeton Avenue. We welcome you to come out and help MACRE make this year another success. We are in full swing of our 19th consecutive SummerFest series. We trust you are enjoying all the activities that our town has to offer. To find more events in and around town, please visit http://www.twp. brick.nj.us/calendar . Have a safe and happy summer! Visit us at www.thebricktownshipcommunicator.com


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Pioneer Hose Ladies Auxillary Flea Markets August 17 and 31, 2013 (9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) 312 Drum Point Road, Brick Spaces $10 Call 732-477-3335 or 908-907-7055

ELVIS NIGHT Starring Jim Godbold " Mr. Rockin Elvis " Music By DJ Johnny's Magic Moments Place : Bricktown Volunteer EMS Bldg., 500 Aurora Place, Bricktown Date: Saturday August 17th

Time : 8 PM - 11PM Ticket Price: $ 10.00 The Brick Township Volunteer EMS is having a 50's, 60's, Elvis Night. All proceeds to help with the purchase of equipment and EMS Training. Snacks will be provided, BYOB. 21 years and Older. Please call Ken 732-920-1118 for Tickets and additional information. Free Faith Concert Many Voices - One Community Windward Beach Park August 25th

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Look on each page in this issue and find the ten Brick Township Communicator Beach Ball Symbols hidden in ten advertisements. List the ten ads on the form below and mail the form to us:

The Brick Township Communicator, Drawer #12, 1692 Route 88 West, Brick, N.J. 08724 We must receive your entry by Thursday, August 22 in order for you to be eligible for a random drawing in our contest. The Prize for this issue is a $50.00 Gift Certificate to LaFontana Ristorante on Drum Point Road, Brick Township. We will contact the winner by phone (be sure to list your daytime phone or cell number so we can contact you) and arrange to have your photo taken for inclusion in our next paper.

3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Area Churces Participating Benefit for Brick Sandy Recovery Fund Let's help restore our shore, faith, hope & love. A Spiritual encounter! For more info call 732-840-1505 All are Welcome! Benefit for The Ocean County Columbus Day Parade Committee, Inc. Carrabba's Italian Grill Saturday, Septebmer 14th Beginning at 11:30 a.m. VFW Post 8867 373 Adamston Road Brick $20 pp includes Italian lunch Payment due by September 8, 2013 For more info call Michael at 732477-6507 or Carol at 732-1352. BRICK TWP. HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO PRESENT PORTRAYAL OF BEN FRANKLIN The Brick Township Historical Society will hold its first meeting of the new season September 10, 2013 at 7:30 pm at the Herbertsville Firehouse, 601 Herbertsville Rd., Brick. The featured speaker, Jack Sherry, will do an in-character portrayal of

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Benjamin Franklin. Sherry, of Rockland County, NY, is a history teacher at Paramus Catholic High School. He has been actively re-enacting history since 1980 and has performed at the famous Fraunces Tavern in NYC. He has also starred in a National Geographic channel documentary as Franklin. As part of its mission, the Brick Township Historical Society provides free programs for the benefit of the public. All are welcome.

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ham. She finished second to Jimmy in the second 35 lapper, her best Modified finish yet and also finished second in her heat race. Can that big first win be far behind? We don’t think so. Brick’s Ronnie Mullen leads the points in the Factory Stocks and set fast time in qualifying last time out. Brick’s Adam Gordon returned to the Sportsman Division after completing his first year of college. It was good to see his Mom and Dad back at the track too. Since it was his first time out this year he had to start at the rear of the 16 car field. He had a great drive and was up to sixth with only five laps to go when he was spun out and had to go to the rear again. He came right back though to post a good eighth place finist ahead of two other fellow Brick racers, heat race winner Dominick Fattarusso and Robert Sutphin. Adam also played drums in a band at the Stone Pony on Friday night. Friend and one of local racing’s biggest supporters Kevin Eyres took his first Sportsman win of the season and more importantly his 50th career win at Wall. Congratulations Kevin. Well done. Jimmy Blewett will be back on August 17 for the John Blewett III Memorial race honoring his brother. Want to bet he’ll be 5 for 5 after that race? I’m also hoping that two time defending Track Champion Anthony Sesley will be back that night. He’s off racing 305 Sprint Cars on dirt this year and he is missed. Seen in the stands- Jason Hearne, Tommy Farrell, and Mike Smith who all should have been on the track!

Stewart’s Eldora dirt track? What a 17 great night. Kyle Larson was outstanding all night and Austin Dillon took the win. Both have extentsive dirt racing backgrounds but all of the drivers, even those with no dirt racing experience did well and the action on the track, the track conditions and the way the show was run were all outstanding. Larson also finished fifth in the Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway won by Brad Keselewoski. He’s only 20 and signed to a deal with Gannassi Racing whose current drivers are Juan Pabl o Montoya and Jamie McMurray. It was good to see Ryan Newman take the Pole and win at the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He’s an Indiana native and always hoped to win there. He’s out of a ride for 2014 and whe win and pole should help him land a ride for next season. Kevin Havick will be moving to Stewart-Haas Racing in a new Budweiser #4 next season. That should leave an open seat at RCR unless Austin Dillon moves up (it’s thought that he will run full time in the Nationwide Series one more year before moving to Cup full time). James Finch recently sold his Phoenix Racing #51 team and they’ll need a driver. The 78 team might too if Kurt Busch, who has been doing a great job in the car, moves to another team. An interesting not on the Brickyard 400- seven of the top tem finishers were powered by Hendrick Motorsports engines. Another young driver to keep an eye out for as he moves up the NASCAR ladder- Modified Tour driver and current point leader Ryan Preece who is having a great season. He has been chosen for the NASCAR next program (more on this next time), has twelve wins already this season and recently set fast time and won his first Southern Modified Tour race at the fabled Bownman Gray Stadium.

A correction here- a few columns ago I wrote about several of the young drivers in the Modified division still being in High School but I shouldn’t have included Ryan Krause in that group. He’s young, only 23, but he’s also a graduate of Rutgers University with and engiSpeed Channel will disappear on neering degree. August 17 to be replaced by the new Hard to believe that 20 years ago Fox Sports1 channel. They say that this month Davey Allison was killed there will still be extensive auto racwhen the helicopter he was piloting ing coverage. We’ll see. crashed at Talledega Speedway. DavMark August 20 on your caleney was one of the greats of his time, dars- 410 Sprints and Big Block right up there with Dale Earnhardt, Modifieds on dirt at New Egypt Darrell Waltrip, Jeff Gordon and Speedway. Should be a great night. the rest, young, accomplished and Billy Pauch has three wins so far and a winner. Who knows how different leads the Modified points standings. NASCAR history would be had this Ryan Godown is a close second and bright star not been taken from us has five wins. so soon. Tim Richmond and Alan Beautiful Jersey Shore Summer Kulwicki as well for that matter. nights are even more beautiful at Did you watch the Camping your local racetrack. See you in the World Truck Series race from Tony stands.

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anything to Steven deserving of the level of retaliation meted out I didn’t FROM THE see it and neither did the people around me. Yet just twenty feet or STANDS so away another group of regulars and friends thought and think there by MacMann was. Hey, that’s racing and that’s one of the things that makes being there fun. At any rate, it’s going to be interesting when Steven returns. Many time Sportsman and two time Modified Champion Chas Okerson It’s been a great season so far with took the win on this night. Maurigreat competition and intriguing ello and Reed both have two wins so story lines both on the local and na- far this year. tional levels. There is still plenty of The Modifieds were off until Auracing ahead too with big races coming up this month at Wall Stadium gust 4th due to weather and scheduling when they were set for Twin and New Egypt Speedways. 35 lap features, always a popular As I’ve been saying all season the event. A regular feature has been 40 racing at Wall has been excellent in laps at Wall for the past several years all of the divisions. The car counts although it was 35 laps for many have also been good on the Modi- years before. The weather was iffy all fied and Sportsman divisions al- day and I was worried al day about though they could always be better getting the show in but at about and some of the other divisions have 4:00 the Sun broke through and the been a bit light. The economy and Krauses to their credit persevered to the storm are still keeping people get the show in. I was worried about home it seems. Track operators Di- what kind of crowd they would get ane and Cliff Krause are really doing but although it could always be beta great job to keep the track not only ter ultimately the crowd was pretty surviving but thriving. They are good and better than I thought constantly working to improve their it would be based on the weather operation and put on a better show. throughout the day. It probably This week they introduced two jet helped that New Egypt did rain out. blowers to help clean up “speedy The other ramification of the dry” the kitty litter type of material used to dry the track after wrecks. New Egypt rainout was that Jimmy This really helped to move the show Blewett and his fine crew thrashed along and saved the racers from hav- to get his Wall Modified ready and ing to make as many laps through headed down Hurleys Pond Road the speedy dry. They are also crack- to Wall Stadium. He set fast time ing down on overly aggressive driv- in qualifying and started third in ing, something that is generally well the first feature. Early leader Shaun received in the stands but not always Carrig was doing everything he by those on the receiving end of the could to keep Jimmy behind him and proving to be quite difficult to discipline. pass. Jimmy inevitably got into him The most recent and highest between turns one and two. The old profile example being the suspen- Jimmy would have driven through sion of Steven Reed and his beau- spinning Carrig out but the “new” tiful #55 for two weeks after he ( well, the last couple of years or blatantly wrecked the Barney 14 so) Jimmy checked up and let Carof Eric Mauriello in Turn 3 on the rig regain control of his car without last lap of the Modified feature on spinning. This was good for them July 13. Reed’s supporters say that it but resulted in the field bunching was well deserved retaliation for per- up behind them with Eric Mauriceived wrongs on Eric’s part earlier ello hitting the first turn wall hard in that race and in previous weeks. in the Barney Raceworks chassis 14. Regular readers know of my affin- Dick Barney loves this car and it was ity for the Barneys and their 14 and pretty heavily damaged. won’t be surprised to know that I Jimmy took the lead from Carrig usually keep a pretty close watch on the car whenever it is on the track. on the ensuing restart and led the I also think that although a Rookie rest of the way. in the Modified division this year In the night cap second 35 Jimmy Eric is a very good driver with the startedseventh making it a bit more potential to be a great one. He has challenging for him to win. He was already been given the nickname third by lap four and took the lead “Mr. Smooth” by track announcer on lap six to win going away. Jimmy Earl Krause which should give you is now 4 for 4 at Wall this season. Of an indication of what many others note was the outstanding evening think of his driving style. If he did had by Brick’s own Shawna Ingra-


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JEFFREY URBAN, D.M.D. - Brick Professional Complex, 1608 Route 88 West (next door to OMC) recently opened his new dental practice. Raised in the Woodbridge area, he obtained his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, New Brunswick. There he was accepted into an accelerated 7-year program where he went on to receive his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of N.J. Dr. Urban then completed a General Practice Residency at Morristown Medical Center, one of the premier residency programs in NJ. It has always been Dr. Urban’s desire to open his own practice. He looks forward to developing relationships with his patients with VIP customer service in an atmosphere that is both calming and fun. Pictured above with Dr. Urban are staffers Maureen Scarpitta and Kristie Lomonico. Dr. Urban provides painless dentistry for the whole family including cosmetics, implant dentistry, and Invisalign. Dr. Urban participates in numerous continuing education courses so he can provide his patients with comprehensive, state-of-the-art dental care. He is currently in the process of becoming a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, something only a small percent of dentists obtain, and he is an active member of the N.J. Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

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