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Others May Be More Famous But Our Beaches Are the Best By GLORIA C. ENDRES o two beaches are alike. They adorn coastlines or the edges of islands. They come in different colors, textures and materials. Some are composed mainly of crushed coral, seashells or crumbled black lava. Other beaches are made entirely of stones and pebbles. And then there are beaches like those on barrier islands that have fine, white sand piled up in dunes. Long Beach Island, with its shape-shifting white beaches, belongs in that last category. My earliest concept of a beach was imprinted by my baby experiences on the Island, and I have spent much of my life exploring the world and comparing other beaches to that image. I have been fortunate in my seven decades to have traveled to four of the seven continents, to 13 countries, and dipped my toes

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Waste of Money To the Editor: I was returning to the Island last Thursday, June 14 and encountered a significant traffic jam on the bridge/Causeway. The congestion was caused by a simple accident. Attending to this minor accident were three emergency response vehicles and an assortment of 18 government vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Can one of your erudite readers enlighten me as to why this extraordinary waste of taxpayers’ money took place? Alan Oakes Ship Bottom

Selling Out To the Editor: Yes, I’m as flabbergasted as Douglas Niedermeyer finding a pledge-pin on Flounder’s ROTC uniform in the movie “Animal House.” Beach Haven’s classic white lifeguard stands will now be advertising billboards this summer. What’s next, billboards at each dune entrance? Why not sandwich boards on the badge checkers? How ’bout advertising on BHPD vehicles? Just think about the advertising you’d get on the side of a BH garbage truck. Or maybe the surface of the BH tennis courts? The selling of the town is endless! But seriously, folks, this is sad commentary on the declining state of the Queen City. John Stead Marhefka Stowe, Vt., and Beach Haven

Close Bars at Midnight To the Editor: In reference to a letter last week titled “Take Back Beach Haven,” the writer states the facts truthfully and honestly as relates to the after-dark transformation of a familyoriented small town to a drunken orgy. Holly Fazelat presented the problem and asked that we, the residents of Beach Haven, reclaim our town. Many of us are concerned with the decline of our town but have been standing by silently, watching it deteriorate. The question remains: How do we bring Beach Haven back? Continued on Page 8

in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Like most single, young teachers, when not in summer school, I enjoyed taking trips to exotic places, including towns by the sea. Later as a wife and mother, I enjoyed with my family many opportunities to vacation in new places near water. You could say that I have been around some of the world’s most famous beaches. Well, you can keep them. In my youth, I traveled to parts of Europe including Spain, Italy and along the French Riviera, or la Côte d’Azur. Ooh la la, c’est formidable! My most memorable beach experience in my mid-20s was in Nice on the Riviera. That beach is made of multi-sized pebbles washed by the Mediterranean. It certainly did not fit my idea of what an authentic, comfortable beach should be. It was painful. I could not lie down on a blanket because the stones were too hard, and I had to wear sandals to keep my feet from being lacerated or bruised in or out of the water. Even now, tour guides recommend bringing an air mattress if you want to lounge in the sun. Au revoir, France! Another time, with a cousin, I cruised around the blue-black Aegean Sea, visiting the sun-drenched Greek islands from Crete to Istanbul, Turkey, on the Black Sea. Flying later from Athens to Rome and then crossing the peninsula by bus, we had the pleasure of visiting some Italian relatives who lived in a town called Giulianova along the Adriatic Sea. Bella, bella! I could not wait to spend a day at the beach. But wading into the surf, I kept stubbing my toes on stones mixed with the sand – another painful encounter with a pebbly beach. Ciao, bella Italia! Closer to home, I once flew with teacher friends to Freeport in the Bahamas. The Bahama Islands are very pretty with pristine, turquoise water lapping pinkish, crushed-seashell beaches. But again, it was not exactly easy on the feet. My friends and I had to recline on padded chaises to avoid the prickly sand. Oh, well, at least I got a nice straw hat and bag at the straw market. Cheerio, Freeport! My last bachelorette trip, in the fall of

1971, was a tour of Mexico, including the warm yellow sand beaches of Acapulco. ¡Hola, Acapulco! Unfortunately, pollution takes a toll on beaches everywhere, but especially there. Nothing is more uninviting than walking on a beach advertised as “golden colored,” only to find it polluted by sewerage. Even the fun of floating easily in the gentle, salty Pacific did not make up for that dirty beach. ¡Adios, Mexico! Then I met my future husband, Stanley. Stan and I decided to marry in August 1972, mostly because it meant my not having to report to work right away. For our honeymoon we drove up to Cape Cod, Mass., in a yellow fastback Volkswagen that one of my students had named “The Coconut.” We stayed at a quiet seaside inn in Harwich Port and bathed in the warm, calm waters of Nantucket Sound. It felt a little like Barnegat Bay: no crashing surf or swarming gulls, just Continued on Page 10

Talking About Memorable Teachers ... By ISOBEL LIVINGSTONE hat’s the matter with our schools today? I think I know the answer to that question. The problem is the teachers. Nearly all of them are far too normal. They look and act like regular people. Back in the days of my misspent youth, we had the most eccentric teachers the school board could find. Somehow or other, their weird ways captured our attention and had a good effect on our academic achievement. Almost all of our teachers were old maids, and dressed accordingly. They invariably wore sensible shoes with low heels. “Modest and serviceable” were the adjectives that best described their wardrobes. Miss Larson was the undisputed winner in the “modest” category. For reasons that were never clear to me, she wore a floorlength black skirt and a high-necked white

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blouse every day. She looked as if she had just stepped out of the pages of Little Women. Miss McDade had no peer in the “serviceable” division. She wore what we referred to as “bulletproof stockings.” It occurs to me now that they were probably lisle, and most likely had been left over from World War II. She never had any problem with runs, as you can imagine. Our teachers’ hairstyles ranged from buns to bobs, and were quite severe. Speaking of hairstyles makes me think of Miss Baldwin, or Baldy, as she was known to generations of students. It was widely rumored that she wore a transformation (an old-fashioned term for a hairpiece). She was also famous for her obsession with having students divide long words into syllables at every opportunity. That would Continued on Page 12

Mysterious Harbinger By SUZANNE POOR or months ever since the migration brought them back north, a solitary robin hovered around my house in Harvey Cedars, pecking at the glass in first-story windows and doors and on the windshield of my car. I cleaned up the droppings, but they were just as deep when I returned two weeks later. Was this bird trying to get in the house? Was it looking for food? Was it cold? It didn’t sing, although robins have a wide variety of melodies, some even comparable to the nightingale’s. There are tunes about the red-red robin that comes bobbin’ along sung by youngsters and oldsters alike. We all know them. Some were sung by the likes of Doris Day, Al Jolson and Lillian Roth in the early films. Emily Dickinson wrote many verses about the bird, making it a wonder as well: “The robin is the one that interrupts the morn … the one that scarcely overflows the noon.” There it would perch on the railing, alone, pecking at the glass. I would shoo it away or talk to it. It would teeter on the phone lines across the road, escaping, but would return to the windows when I went inside. Naturally I wanted to know what prompted this strange behavior by a lone avian, such a common one at that. I learned that the robin is a migratory songbird of the thrush family named after the European robin because of its reddish-orange color although the two are not related. There are seven subspecies. Males and females are similar in plumage. Usually robins are ubiquitous. How long had the bird been trying to get in the house? There were no other robins around, either, no nest, no eggs, no babies. What was Continued on Page 12

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Continued from Page 6 Several years ago, signs were put up in town declaring “no tolerance zone.” You can see how far that got us. We need laws with teeth. Notice that the governing body of Point Pleasant Beach is closing all bars at midnight starting in July. As I see it, one of the problems is the attitude of Beach Haven’s business community. They are quick to remind us that we have an obligation to support them, yet they have not supported the town’s tax-paying residents. They are destroying the tranquility of our town. Closing the bars two hours earlier may not be the whole answer, but it is a step in the right direction. Informed bartenders should be refusing to serve drunken patrons. If they need backup, then the bars should hire more bouncers and security. The problem starts with the bars, and a 12 a.m. closing time should be made law. It is the bar owners’ problem to control their patrons, not the residents’. If something doesn’t change and soon, you could be looking at a Beach Haven that resembles Seaside Heights. Helen Fadini Washington Township, N.J., and Beach Haven

Helmet Heads-Up To the Editor: Wear your bike helmet! After I suffered a cycling accident, staff at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City were able to move me from the trauma unit to a hospital room. The other cyclist who happened to come in at the same time went to surgery for head trauma. The difference: I was wearing a helmet; the other cyclist wasn’t. On Memorial Day weekend, my family came down to our home in Ship Bottom. I decided to go for a bike ride, a loop of the Island. I’ve been a “serious amateur” road rider for about 10 years and a cycling instructor certified by the League of American Bicyclists. I rode down to Holgate and started back up the Boulevard for the ride up to Barney. The next thing I remember was staring at the ceiling of a medevac helicopter. Witnesses say I fell; I don’t remember what happened. I apparently didn’t hit anything, and I wasn’t hit by a car. One collarbone, a thumb and three ribs broke in the fall, with the ribs broken in multiple places. In addition, I had a concussion, brain bleeding and fluid in my chest. Without the helmet, the brain injury would undoubtedly have been much worse, and I would most likely not be able to write this letter personally. I want to thank the incredible help I got from The Boardwalk in Beach Haven. I crashed in front of a bike shop! Likewise, thanks go to Beach Haven police and first aid personnel who responded so quickly and made sure my family was informed. People are concerned about cars hitting cyclists. When cars and cyclists collide, results are devastating. But that kind of crash happens less than 2 percent of the time. Half of all bicycle collisions involve no other vehicle! It is so important for riders to do what they can to prevent accidents and avoid injury. The hospital staff said that, given the

extent of my injuries, if I had not been wearing a helmet, I most likely would have had a traumatic brain injury, perhaps even a fatal one. Wearing a helmet every time you ride is a small price to pay to avoid what might happen. I see countless casual riders on the Island, almost always without helmets. Tragic accidents like mine can happen to anyone, at any time. Please wear a helmet whenever you ride. Les Leathem Ship Bottom

Thankful Community To the Editor: As a member of a group representing a majority of the residents of the Sea Oaks community, I want to thank the members of the Little Egg Harbor Planning Board who recently voted unanimously to deny a proposal to build 29 townhouses on the Sea Oaks Golf Course around which our homes are located. The probability of a further reduction in the value of our homes and the negative impact on our lifestyles as a result of this proposal caused many residents to respectfully voice their concerns to the board during six meetings spread over a five-month period. The board listened to our concerns and recognized their validity, and we are grateful. The entire process gave us an appreciation for the efforts of a board whose members volunteer their time to make decisions that enhance the stature of Little Egg Harbor Township. As an integral part of this community, we plan to offer our services and become more involved, going forward. A number of years ago the township’s governing body made a conscious decision to encourage the development of adult communities within its borders. The financial benefits to the community as a whole are obvious: We pay our taxes, support local businesses and do not add a burden to the local school district. We now realize that we made the right decision in choosing Little Egg Harbor. Fred Loehfelm Little Egg Harbor

Unbelievable Support To the Editor: On March 27, I heard the words no parent ever wants to hear: “Your daughter has cancer.” My daughter, Sage, 14, was diagnosed with ALL, acute lymphoblastic leukemia. We spent the next 36 days in Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. From the minute Sage was diagnosed, the outpouring of support from family, friends, neighbors, teachers and people in our community, some of whom we had never even met, has been unbelievable, greatly appreciated and very heart-warming. To thank every single person could take days, and in addition there aren’t enough words to tell everyone how thankful we truly are. So whether you sent a card or gift, phoned, texted, e-mailed, attended a fundraiser, made a donation, kept us in your thoughts and prayers, we are truly grateful for all of it. I do, however, want to take the time to thank a few extra-special people: first, Sage’s oncology team at the hospital led by her doctors, their support staff and all of the nurses who give so much care, love and support. We Continued on Page 12

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Continued from Page 6 yellowish, crusty sand and still, bathtub water. Later, it was lovely for our 25th anniversary to return to Massachusetts and stay on Nantucket Island, but we did more whale watching than sunbathing. (For the latter, we returned to our beloved Island.) Buh-bye, Cape Cod. Remember Hurricane Andrew which slammed into south Florida in 1992? Our daughter, Claire, was just 13 then, and we were supposed to take a Carnival cruise from Miami that August. The ships were not even allowed to come back to port. So we put our bags back in the car, left the airport and sped off for LBI to spend our vacation here. That is when we spent a glorious late night looking at the August meteor showers while reclining on beach blankets spread under the stars. It was well worth the loss of a cruise. Later with Claire, we cruised on Disney’s Big Red Boat to destinations such as Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Daytona and Key West. The palm tree-dotted beach at Fort Lauderdale was pleasant enough. The sand was coarse with crushed coral, and combing the strand for coral samples was fun. It was also sad because these samples meant that undersea coral was being damaged and broken off by shipping. Forget Daytona. It is one big drag-racing track. Boring. Later, Florida. In 1999, just before the turn of the millennium, Stan and I took a Celebrity cruise with friends to Bermuda to check that out. We forgot that Bermuda gets hit with lots of hurricanes. We had just one day on the beach before we were chased out by a tropical storm. It was a hasty sail back to Martha’s Vineyard for a make-up day. Ta-ta, Triangle! Then in 2008, while Stan was home recuperating from an illness, I went with Claire to a wedding in the heart of Hawaii on the island of Oahu. We spent most of the time at the hotel pool. I took just one day for the beach. The Pacific was entirely too rough for me, so I stayed high and dry. There was also a dense haze in the sky that the locals call “vog,” air pollution from volcanic gases. That lasted through most of our stay there. I did not see anything resembling “blue Hawaii.” It was more like gray Hawaii. Aloha, Hawaii! No matter where we traveled to visit any body of water, no matter what adventures we had, all I could think was: “None of this can compare to the wonderful beaches back home on Long Beach Island.” As I said, LBI is a barrier island made up of finer-grained dune sands. The combination of winds and lower wave sizes keeps the smaller grains of sand ashore instead of washing them out to sea. Of course there is erosion, especially after strong storms, but with the help of professional beach replacement, the beaches are still soft to the touch and filled with plentiful, fine, white sand. You can dig your feet into that sand without fear of being cut. You do not have to worry about stubbing your toes on large stones or sharp pebbles. You can relax. There is a fragrance and an atmosphere here like nowhere else. Maybe other resorts are more famous or exotic, but there are truly no better beaches in the world than those on our Island. Alone now, I enjoy mostly walking on the wave-flattened sand near the surf. Children nearby are digging and building their sand castles just as I did as a child and my daughter did when she was little, especially with her dad. You cannot build a sand castle with lava or stones. Hello, Long Beach Island. Y Gloria C. Endres of Philadelphia is a lifelong visitor to Long Beach Island. Commentary is a SandPaper guest column. It is open to any subject, and material may take any form. Readers are encouraged to submit pieces for consideration.


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Continued from Page 8 thank her pediatrician for standing next to us, and just being there for us during an everchanging moment in our lives. The Fitzgerald family has been there from minute one and continues to be there every minute of every day, from the phenomenal gift they gave to Sage to their love and support. We thank the teachers/students from Southern Regional Middle School, especially the Seahawk and Phoenix teams; everyone at Broadway Bound Dance Academy; Carolyn Therkelsen and her daughter Karly, for organizing and taking the time to run two fundraisers (Pizza Hut and Wendy’s); Jodi Hughes and Girl Scout Troop 577, for all their love and support and being the lead of “Team Trojan” at Relay for Life. And finally thanks go to Betsy Toth for her endless love, cards, gifts and support. It means the world to us! The seven months of treatment and year and a half of maintenance Sage will go through to come out at the end cancer free would not be as bearable without everyone and all your support. Thank you from our entire family. Dina Trojan Manahawkin

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To the Editor: The Long Beach Island Historical Association’s Bake Sale was a huge success. As usual our contributors and workers are the reason these events are fun and profitable for our organization. We added an Apron Boutique section in addition to our usual Cook Book Nook and the baked goods. We thank all those who worked hours packing, labeling and selling. The sewers who spent hours at their machines, we thank you, too. One of our docents organized and priced all our cookbooks. A special thanks goes to Harvey Restrick and Jack Lampman of Package Materials Corp. for always donating the

to be making the most oafish youth speak the king’s English. I remember one day when a particularly loutish lad slouched in his seat and mumbled “I dunno” in response to her crisply enunciated question. She became dreadfully overwrought, and insisted that he stand and say “I think not” clearly and distinctly. The contrast between his devilmay-care demeanor and his newly acquired impeccable speech was hilarious, and the class chuckled appreciatively. We had many a chuckle in her class, since we had a goodly supply of loutish lads for her to attempt to convert into English gentlemen. Alas, Miss Compton became very nearly apoplectic at the merest hint of a giggle because her second mission in life was to suppress mirth. Life was real, life was earnest, but it was never funny to Miss Compton. Fast forward to 2012. What must we do to save our schools? It’s really quite obvious: We simply must hire as many dotty old dears as we can find. It won’t be easy, though, because they’re a dying breed. Old maids seldom have large families. Just ask the Shakers. Y Isobel Livingstone lives in Rahway, N.J., and vacations on Long Beach Island. bakery containers. Yo Baby Cakes donated cupcakes that looked delicious and beautiful. The core of this event is our talented bakers, who continually rise to the occasion. We thank you so much. The Trash and Treasures Sale was even better than last year. The donations were wonderful, and we are proud of all who cleaned, transported and priced the items. Reva Kapur and Rosemary Stabile, cochairs Bake Sale Suzette Whiting, chair Trash and Treasures Sale LBI Historical Assn.

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Continued from Page 6 this bird about? I could see that it wasn’t hungry because the droppings were full of seed shells. Why? I queried everyone. No one had an answer. But one day I told my son Jon about the robin at my door. His reply? Maybe the bird saw a reflection and thought it was another robin. Maybe it considered the likeness a possible mate. Maybe it was love. The next weekend, when I looked for my robin, it was gone. What had it found? Y Suzanne Poor lives in Montclair, N.J., and Harvey Cedars.


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he Little Egg Harbor Township Committee introduced an amendment to the planned residential development ordinance to close the loophole they have been told exists by their planner, John Maczuga. The action taken during the June 14 committee meeting was of interest to many residents of Sea Oaks in attendance who have been fighting a proposed 29-townhouse development on a portion of the golf course in the midst of their community. The township planning board denied that proposal, by Sea Oaks Golf Course owner Joseph Mezzina, at its June 7 meeting. Sea Oaks is currently composed of 376 detached homes in the PRD zone, a special zone that allows for cluster housing at higher densities than would normally be allowed in the township as long as a percentage of the development is left open space – in this case, the Sea Oaks Golf Course. But Mezzina’s professionals contend a loophole in the ordinance would allow them to build housing on portions of the golf course because of density requirements. Mezzina may appeal the planning board decision. Township engineer Jim Oris said the amendment limits future units from being added to a development already completed in the PRD zone. But the amendment would not apply to the Sea Oaks townhouse matter if it is appealed. The amended ordinance now goes to the planning board for approval and then back to the committee for final reading and a public hearing on June 28. The same board members who heard the Sea Oaks application (six members recused themselves) will have to vote on the PRD amendment. Committeeman Art Midgley got

an unexpected laugh from the audience when he announced that the next Senior Advisory Committee meeting will be held Monday, June 25 at the Sea Oaks Club House and will feature a representative from the National Alliance on Mental Illness. On Tuesday, June 26 at 7 p.m., Animal Control Off icer George Garbaravage will be the speaker at the Board of Health meeting, added Midgley. The mayor and committee awarded a $61,555 contract to MNC General Contracting of Old Bridge to make sidewalk improvements including handicapped ramps at 15 intersections on Valley Forge Drive in Mystic Shores. A 2011 Community Development Block Grant will pay for $42,000 of the contract, with the remaining $18,555 coming from a previous bond ordinance. In order not to lose control of $375,000 in COAH developer fees collected as of 2009, the township must move on providing local affordable housing units or forfeit the money to the state. In light of this, the committee authorized a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Community Affairs to create a Special Needs Housing Partnership. Oris said the DCA will develop and administer a program to rehabilitate existing housing and the money must be spent in Little Egg Harbor. He was not yet up to speed Thursday night on how local residents might apply for this rehabilitation housing program or what it entails. The township has more developer fees collected in the COAH fund since 2009 but is not under the gun to spend that money. — Pat Johnson patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

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LINKING CULTURES:Angela Caruso (front row, left),World Language Club adviser, is shown with children and teachers from La Boquita, Nicaragua. She and Barnegat students will take a goodwill mission to Central America this month.

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‘Global Citizenship’ Students Will Travel to Costa Rica A By JON COEN ngela Caruso, of Forked River, was only 18 when she did her first Spanish language immersion. It was her second semester at Ocean County College and she was living with a Costa Rican family near the town of Quepos. Monday through Thursday, she took Spanish courses, surfed, and spent time with her host family. But each Friday she struck off by herself via buses, ferries and hitchhiking to meet friends in different remote towns and beaches. It wasn’t uncommon for her to have all the children of a village playing soccer on the beach within hours of her arrival. Caruso, now 31, has been teaching Spanish at Barnegat High School since 2006. For the last three years, she has been one of the World

Language Club faculty advisers with Italian teacher Maria DeMasi. One of the focuses at Barnegat is that of “global citizenship,” or an overall ethical awareness of the world outside of Southern Ocean County. Caruso and DeMasi took this to a new level this year, challenging students with the Boardshorts and Backpacks Drive, a collaborative effort between the World Language Club and different language classes, a program to not only provide Central American children in the third world with needed goods, but to develop an understanding for the third world among students. From June 22 to July 1, eight students will travel with Caruso to Costa Rica to experience that country’s volcanoes, rain forests, beaches and celebrated national parks while putting to use their Spanish language skills. But there’s more to it than that.

Each student has pledged a certain amount of space in his or her luggage to deliver boardshorts and backpacks that have been collected all year. The donated items aren’t for the children of Costa Rica, however. Enjoying relative political stability and high Human Development Index, Costa Rica is not in as dire need for such sundries. These items will be left in the northern region of the country. Then on July 26, Caruso and DeMasi will take a second trip, flying into the city of Liberia to rent a car and deliver the goods to neighboring Nicaragua, a less developed country. “Nicaragua doesn’t really have the tourism infrastructure for a school trip,” explained Caruso, in her classroom at Barnegat this week. “It’s still more of a backpackers’ destination. Costa Rica is better Continued on Page 34

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he Ocean County Engineering Department is in the process of retrofitting traffic signals on Long Beach Boulevard in Ship Bottom from vertical to horizontal designs. Frank Scarantino, Ocean County engineer, said the new look is part of a plan to rehabilitate all the borough’s traffic lights on the Boulevard to conform to newer federal standards that require the lamps on signals to be increased from eight to 12 inches in diameter. The horizontal signals are currently operating at the Fifth, 17th, 21st, 24th and 26 th Street intersections. Still to be done are the signals at 11th 14th and 28th streets. The Ninth Jack Reynolds Street light would be left alone since it is part of Route 72, a state CHANGES COMING: Ocean County workers place highway. one of eight new horizontal traffic signals scheduled for “The horizontal design has been installation on Long Beach Boulevard in Ship Bottom. allowed under the federal guidelines but was previously contrary to New said that next year, the county would review Jersey DOT (Department of Transportation) converting the signals in Surf City on the Boupolicy,” he said. “But the DOT no longer levard and Central Avenue as well as Central regulates signals off their highways so we have Avenue in Ship Bottom. added that array to improve vertical clearance “We have more than 50 lights to deal with since a lot of those signals get smacked with all over the Island, so this is going to be a some regularity by high-clearance vehicles. gradual process,” he said. “It most likely will These new signals should make it safer for take about five years before we can get the motoring around Long Beach Island. Since entire Island done.” they are fairly new to New Jersey drivers, we Ship Bottom Mayor William Huelsenbeck have added pedestal mounted signal heads to said the borough has not received any comaugment that array.” plaints about the new signals. Scarantino said that eventually, all the Is“People have called up and asked about land traffic signals will feature the horizontal them, but people seem pleased with them,” design, but it will be a gradual process. He he said. “I think another advantage to them is that they would be sturdier and would not get knocked down too easily in a storm.” —Eric Englund

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ll Comcast service – telephone, television and Internet – went out around 9 a.m. Tuesday morning on the entirety of Long Beach Island due to a fiber cut near Bonnet Island, off the Route 72 Causeway Bridge. Service resumed at approximately 4 p.m. that afternoon. “A fiber optic wire underground was damaged” during an electric company’s installation of new utility poles in the area, said Comcast Senior Network Maintenance Manager Steve Tindall, who was on the scene, on East Bay Avenue near Bonnet Island Estate, along with a multitude of Comcast trucks and workers attending to the problem. At 1 p.m., Tindall said he expected service to resume in three or four hours – about 4 or 5 p.m. – after a temporary fix, which involved running an aerial line over the bridge. The company had received approval from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, as he thought the roadway

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REPAIRS: Comcast works to fix a fiber cut near Bonnet Island that interrupted phone, TV and Internet service for LBI. would perhaps have to be closed briefly to run the line. A permanent repair will be conducted at some point soon, Tindall added, and performed during the overnight hours so as not to affect the majority of Island residents, businesses and visitors. As work progressed near the bridge, two staff members at the local Comcast headquarters in Ship Bottom politely responded to inquiries from a number of individuals stopping in to ask about the service interruption. Around 4 p.m., all phone, television and Internet service resumed, though a few locations on the Island reported continued intermittent loss of service in the evening hours. — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch julietkaszas-hoch@thesandpaper.net

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he Comcast outage Tuesday left the Ship Bottom municipal building without telephone service. It was the only town hall on LBI to lose phone communications. “I am furious, I’m beside myself,” said Mayor William Huelsenbeck. “This should never have been done this way, and I’m going to get to the bottom of this real quick to make sure this never happens again.” Earlier this year, the Ship Bottom municipal building switched its phone system from Verizon to Comcast to link up with its computer service. However, there was apparently no backup contingency system, or “redundancy,” as Huelsenbeck termed it, and as a result, there was no telephone service to borough hall on Tuesday. No one could call out or call in. All other municipal buildings on the Island had

working phone lines, Huelsenbeck said people calling a 9-1-1 emergency were not affected because that is dispatched through the county. “But if people had a question about their water bill, tax payment or any other matter they could not get through,” he said. “We can’t afford to have something like this happen, especially now that there are probably more people down here.” He said officials and departments communicated with cell phones. “People could still walk into town hall to discuss a matter,” he said. “But without phones, it is pretty much a wasted day.” Borough Administrator Richard Bethea was on vacation and unavailable for comment. —E.E.

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Discover LBI Ecology - Friday June 22 at 10:00 Discovery Days - This is where learning about the ecology and art of LBI is fun for young and old. Learn about the birds and creatures that inhabit the marsh, the Secret Lives of Clams and Oysters and see a beautiful rain garden and learn how and why to build one. You will also learn about the history and ecology of LBI and what you can do to improve and protect our environment in a copy of the Island Blue Pages. Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences 120 Long Beach Blvd Loveladies 609 494 1241 http://www.lbifoundation.org

Seafood Tasting - Saturday June 23, 3:00pm to 6:00 pm – Fourth Annual Jazzy Scallop & Seafood Festival. Historic Viking Village at 18th Street and the Bay, Barnegat Light - Learn some history and local lore and spend a great afternoon sampling local jazz and fresh seafood prepared by a variety of local chefs. Held at the picturesque docks of the Eastern Seaboard’s premier fishing fleet located at Barnegat Light. Proceeds go to three scholarships for graduating 2012 Southern Regional High School Seniors entering the fields of music or marine science. Tickets are $25 purchased in advance at the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, How You Brewin’, Wink, and the Viking Village Shoppes. Event day tickets are $30. Any questions please call 609-548-8730 or stop in to ask at the ticket purveyors.

Relive the culture of the area - Walk the streets of local history in time at a working maritime village located along the Tuckerton Creek. This one-of-a-kind attraction brings the Jersey Shore’s maritime traditions of the past and present to life through people, exhibits and hands-on activities. Discover the interaction between culture and nature on the Barnegat Bay. You will see and talk to decoy carvers, boat builders while you tour the site and view garveys, sneakboxes, cruising yachts and party boats displayed on land and water.. The Tuckerton Seaport, 120 W. Main St. (609)-296-8868 www.tuckertonseaport.org (Check fee schedule)

Learn The Culture and History of LBI - Friday June 22 10:00 AM – Secret Lives of Clams and Oysters. This is the place to learn about the shellfish that live in the bay and the maritime history of the region. See and touch live baby shellfish. Then visit one of the best maritime museums on the entire east coast. You will see antique diving equipment and thousands of pictures, charts and artifacts. There are many truly interactive exhibits including DVD’s, and interactive computers. Museum of NJ Maritime History 528 Dock Rd. (609) 492-0202 http://www.museumofnjmh.org/ Phone 609 492-0202

Learn about Barnegat Light – Rent a boat at Van’s (11th and Bayview) go fishing or just tour around the back waters of Barnegat Inlet. Watch the fishing fleet unload everything from scallops to tuna at Viking Village. (One of 7 fishing ports in New Jersey) Special tours Friday at 10:00. Get the freshest seafood, eat in or take out from Off The Hook or buy fish to prepare at home from Cassidy’s. See a wonderful mural and giant clam that tell about all the nations that fish these waters and all the different fish that they catch! Visit the lighthouse park and see what LBI was like 100 years ago on the 20 minute Island Trail. Visit the Barnegat Light Historical Society Museum and Edith Duff Gwinn Garden. Travel south a little and take a kayak tour from Robbies Loveladies Marina and visit Sedge Island to see osprey, turtles and ducks 609-494-4801

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• Friday, 10:00 a.m. Free Dock Tours Viking Village - 19th and Bayview, Barnegat Light • Friday, 11:00 AM, See a shellfish nursery and ask volunteers about growing shellfish - Municipal Boat Ramp, 10th & Bayview, Barnegat Light • Everyday • Barnegat Lighthouse and nature trail 609 494 2016 • Barnegat Light Historical Society Museum 5th and Central 609 494-8578 • Restaurants and shops at Viking Village 1801 Bay Avenue Barnegat Light • LBI Foundation - Coastal Rain Garden, Art shows and exhibits 609 494 1241 • Self Guided Kayak tours at Robbie’s Loveladies Marina, Lighthouse Dr. Loveladies 609-494-4801 • Rent a boat and fish, crab or sightsee at Van’s, 11th St. Barnegat Light

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Syringes Wash Onto LBI Beaches, Combined Sewers Take Blame Officials Declare Problem Is Resolved By MICHAEL MOLINARO f the New York metropolitan area represents the shiny golden toilet bowl of economic success in America, then perhaps someone needs to call a plumber. About 50 syringes found washed up at the high tide line on Long Beach Island led to the hoisting of red flags at lifeguard stations from Barnegat Light to North Beach Haven midday Saturday. Walking along the high tide line in Ship Bottom on what was officially the opening day for beaches and lifeguards in the borough, one would encounter some new piece of trash every step one took. They are known as “floatables” and come in either plastic or organic form. Besides the syringes, items like tampon applicators, the plastic tips of Black and Mild cigars, balloons, condoms, and plastic bottle caps were prevalent, all mixed in with dead eel grass and timber from the bays and wetlands from whence it all came. Lifeguards on all-terrain vehicles scoured the shoreline in search of the syringes that were collected and placed in plastic containers throughout the day. Lifeguards were told to describe to beachgoers what was found as “home-use medical waste.” Upon readying to fish, Paul Rizzo, 65, of Hawthorne, NY spotted Ship Bottom police on the beach as early as 6:30 a.m.

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The first report to the LBI Health Department came from the Surf City Public Works Department just after 9 a.m. The N.J. Department of Environmental Protection was immediately notified and a case number was assigned. As more reports came in of syringes found, the call was made to shut down ocean access for swimmers. Cleanup duty rested upon each Island public works department, using all available resources. Crews worked overtime to clear the high tide line of visible trash and debris so as to allow the beaches to be reopened at 9 a.m. Sunday. The closings compromised what were ideal conditions for families celebrating Father’s Day weekend, or surfers looking to make full use of a high tide and northeasterly winds. “It’s such a bummer!” said Dorian Evans of Little Egg Harbor, who was at the beach with her surfer husband, Sean, and children. “This is the beauty of why we live here and why we moved here. And now we can’t surf.” The only pipelines surfers would be hearing about were the underground pipelines that are the likely culprits for what LBI Health Department Director Tim Hilferty called the worst beach closing on LBI since 1987. Combined sewer overflow systems (CSOs) remain in existence throughout older urban areas in northern New Jersey, New York, and throughout the nation, representing an overflowing issue Continued on Page 35

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he New Jersey Supreme Court agreed last week to hear Harvey Cedars’ appeal of a lower court ruling requiring the borough to pay $375,000 to owners of an oceanfront home for compensation from having a portion of their property taken for beach replenishment. Borough Clerk Daina Dale said no date had yet been set. The East 68th Street residence, owned by Harvey and Phyllis Karan, was one of 11 properties whose easements were seized by the borough through eminent domain in a process that began in July 2008. The homeowners did not voluntarily turn over their easements to the borough so that the Army Corps of Engineers and the state Department of Environmental Protection could get to portions of the property for the project, which began in the fall of 2009 and concluded in June 2010. None of the homeowners accepted the $300 award determined in 2009 by Donald Molliver, an appraiser hired by the borough solely to deal with easement issues. Mayor Jonathan Oldham said he still supports Molliver’s contention that the portions of the property were worth $300. “The appraiser arrived at the figure because the benefits of beach replenishment far outweighed any negative effects to the property,” he said. “I really think that the easements have very little value. These homeowners have received a real benefit in that their homes are going to be protected.” Dale said that when the matter was heard in Ocean County Superior Court, the borough was not able to argue that the project gave the Karans a “special benefit.” “The court viewed that the project benefited the community as a whole, not just the Karans,” said Dale. “But oceanfront homes like theirs are on the front lines. They do get a special benefit that some other homes don’t, and hopefully the state Supreme Court will let us use that argument.” Peter Wegener, an attorney representing the Karans, said the project diminished the home’s $1.9 million property value by $500,000. “They were severely affected,” said Wegener. “Because of the new 22-foot-high dunes, they are unable to see the ocean when sitting on the

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Mathis DAR Honors Lloyd for Service

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he Great John Mathis Daughters of the American Revolution chapter recently presented a community service award to Jeanette Lloyd at its annual picnic in Barnegat Township. Lloyd, who serves as Beach Haven borough’s historian, was honored for her efforts in preserving her community’s past. Her late husband was John Bailey Lloyd, a noted local historian and author. “I am humbled and honored by this award,” she said. “But there still is a lot of work to be done.” Lloyd serves as chairwoman of the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee in Beach Haven, and also is a trustee for other borough entities, including the public library, LBI Historical Association Museum and the Museum of New Jersey Maritime History. For the past five years, one of her main objectives has been establishing a museum and research center inside the library in a second-floor room. “We have spent a lot of time collecting and categorizing photographs and various archives,” Lloyd said. “It will serve as a place for people to research Beach Haven history.” She said that eventually, she looks to have the entire museum collection available on the Internet. “Jeanette has done a great job in continuing the outstanding work that her husband did,” said Cathleen Engelsen, DAR chapter registrar. “She headed a committee to refurbish the museum and is also working on a scrapbook of the original 44 families in Beach Haven.” In addition, the DAR recognized accomplishments of several students. Awards were given to Zoe Marie Deakyne, a fifth-grade student at the LBI Grade School, and Tristan Culp, a sixth-grader at the Eagleswood Elementary School, as winners in the American history essay contest. Rachel Marino and Mikela Kosic, who were graduating seniors from Southern Regional High School, were recognized for good citizenship and for excellence in American history, respectively. Yesenia Gonzalez, a graduating senior from Barnegat High School, was honored as outstanding ROTC student. — Eric Englund ericenglund@thesandpaper.net

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Eagleswood Ends Debate With Approval for Airport Runway Lighting

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t the June 12 meeting of the Eagleswood Township Land Use Board the main topic of discussion was whether or not to allow Peter Weidhorn, the owner of the Eagles Nest Airport, to install lights on his runway. It was difficult, while listening to the two-hour presentation/discussion/vote, not to think of the movie “Field of Dreams.” All in attendance seemed to agree that the airport would be much safer if the landing lights were installed. But the question was this – if he builds it, will they come? In other words, will night activity at the airport pick up because of the lights, thus subjecting a handful of nearby residents to noise, light pollution and, in the worst case scenario, the possibility of an accident? True, there were other questions to be an-

swered. Wiedhorn was also seeking permission to build a taxiway parallel to his 3,200 feet runway, and he wanted the board to grant waivers from having to produce an environmental impact statement (EIS) and a landscaping plan for that project. “The primary reason for the request (for an EIS waiver),” said Weidhorn’s attorney Howard Butensky, “is that it is information that has previously been presented to the board. It is duplication.” Plus, said Butensky, similar information will have to be provided to New Jersey in order to obtain a CAFRA permit anyway. As for the requested waiver from a landscaping plan, Butensky said “trees and runways don’t generally go together.” The need for a taxiway was obvious, said Weidhorn’s site engineer Michael Geller. The

airport’s 60-foot wide runway is currently used as both a runway and a taxiing lane. “The parallel taxiway is a safety enhancement,” he said, explaining it would be 25 feet wide, with its center being 150 feet from the centerline of the runway. A series of drainage basins would be built between the two paved surfaces. Later in the meeting he testified that the largest of the basin would empty itself within nine hours. “The drainage will be good,” he said. “The last thing you want at an airport is standing water to attract fowl.” The board didn’t have much of a problem with the waiver requests. It had indeed heard much about the environmental impacts of various projects proposed for the airport in previous meetings. The Eagles Nest Airport, after all, has dominated the meetings of the land use board

for months. That a taxiway would be a dramatic safety improvement was beyond question – the mental picture of the danger caused by a plane taxiing down the runway while another was landing was clear. When it came to the lighting scheme, however, there were plenty of questions, and a few suggestions that the scheme truly was a “scheme.” 24-Hour Operation Or Dawn-to-Dusk? When Weidhorn was called to testify, board member Kathleen Wells started the grilling. “I thought we had previously talked about takeoffs and landings during daylight hours,” she told Weidhorn. The airport owner said the state was asking Continued on Page 34


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Medals and Stories Tell of Pain and Glory

Manahawkin World War II Vet Receives Legion of Honor Medal By RICK MELLERUP t was January and February 1945, and the American Ninth Army was attempting to cross Germany’s Roer River. It was tough going for a number of reasons. German engineers had opened the gates of the dams upriver of the spot the Americans had picked for their crossing, and what was once a muddy little stream had become a roaring obstacle. German defenders had their machine guns and mortars well-trained on the crossing site and were able to rain down murderous fire. And then there was this bunker… “It was a humungous bunker,” remembers Manahawkin’s Anthony T. Castelli. “But the orders were that we were going to cross that

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ong Beach Township’s Department of Public Works placed approximately 120 sandbags along the dune line near the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Holgate last week as part of a continuing effort to preserve the southern tip of Long Beach Island. “Basically, it’s a precautionary measure to protect against erosion,” Andy Baran, assistant director of public works, said on Tuesday. “That whole area is very severely eroded,” noted Commissioner Ralph Bayard, who oversees the Public Works Department. “It’s a highly traveled section of Long Beach Island. We’re trying to maintain that area for the enjoyment of everyone,” he said, referring to fishermen, surfers and sightseers, and protection of nearby homes. The area often experiences significant erosion following storms – after Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on that southernmost point of the Island in late August, the township spent thousands of dollars to truck in loads of sand to place at the entrance to the refuge, a 2½-milelong area comprised of barrier beach, dunes and tidal salt marsh. Yet the beach is worn away even when the weather is calm.

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As Baran explained, the department placed 120 4x8-foot sandbags near the refuge Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Last year, the township put sandbags in a different location, just north of the refuge and closer to Washington Avenue. “The only way that problem will ever be fully corrected is through beach replenishment,” said Bayard, noting that such work depends on federal funding and obtaining private property beach easements on which the work would take place. In the meantime, Baran noted, the township asked the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for assistance in securing other funds to help out in that area in some way. –J.K.-H.

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Stafford Council’s Municipal Budget Nears $40 Million One Fed-Up Resident Storms Out By VICTORIA LASSONDE tafford Township’s 2012 municipal budget, totaling $39,682,363, met with differing viewpoints from taxpayers at the public budget hearing on Monday, June 4. One resident’s outburst left the mayor and council not quite sure how to react, while another resident offered words of praise and appreciation for the council’s efforts to minimize tax increases. The total budget, which has not changed since it was first introduced last month, breaks down into general appropriations within caps totaling $30,859,470, plus appropriations excluded from caps totaling $7,164,446 and the reserve for uncollected taxes totaling $1,658,445, according to Township Administrator

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James Moran. The budget represents an increase of 1.91 percent over the 2011 budget, Mayor John Spodofora announced. Last year’s budget was $38,938,113. The budget comes in about $2.2 million under the state-imposed expenditure cap and about $1.5 million under the state-imposed levy cap. Salaries are up 1.14 percent, he noted. In 2012, the tax rate will go up one half cent, which, for the average $300,000 homeowner, translates to an increase of $131 for the year, or $10.93 per month. The mayor commented that in all his years in Stafford, he has “never seen a smaller percent tax increase. This is the lowest I have ever seen.” Resident Esther Libenschek wanted clarification on the total projected expenditures totaling about $2.6 million. She was curious about line items that referenced curbing, street sweeping, athletic fields and more. As Moran clarified, projected expenditures are not included in the 2012 budget; they represent projects the town would like to do in the future, with allocations across multiple years. They include curbing repairs, revamping the Doc Cramer Sports Complex irrigation system, vacuuming out the basins and street sweeping on some of the 198 linear miles of township-owned roadway for which Stafford is responsible. Also, a new emergency vehicle will be needed soon. “These are just things we want to do,” Spodofora said. “We’ve got to put them on paper; otherwise, someday the state’s going to say, ‘Well, you didn’t tell us about that five years ago, so you don’t get to do it,’” Moran said. After some additional discussion, clearing up of confusion and an exchange of questions and answers among council members, resident Joe Mazzola stood to address the governing body. Mainly he expressed frustration about being unable to follow and understand the budget information as presented. He admonished the town leaders, telling them he had never before seen a council talk about a budget in such a seeming disorganized state, cryptically throwing around dollar figures and percentages. “I don’t know what you’re talking about. … So where are we? We’re in the middle of nothing. As far as I’m concerned, I disagree with the whole budget. You know why? Because I don’t know what you’re doing. … You can do what you want with it. You can adopt it tonight. I’m against it. “I totally disagree with the way you’re running this place. … This is

Lynn Antonio

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s of June 12, dredging for the beach replenishment in an approximately mile-long section of Brant Beach was complete, and according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Public Affairs Officer Steve Rochette, by June 28 all equipment, both on the beach and in the ocean, will be gone, and all staging areas will be clear. The staging includes a fenced storage zone at approximately 40th to 42nd streets, parallel to Long Beach Boulevard in Brant Beach, erected to help with the beachfill project demobilization. “We’re glad to see the pipes leaving,” said Commissioner Joseph Lattanzi at last Friday’s Long Beach Township Board of Commissioner meeting. He encouraged people to check out the new, larger beaches from 31st to 57th streets in Brant Beach. In late September of last year, the Army Corps awarded the contract for the beach replenishment project to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock of Oak Brook, ll. The base contract called for the placement of 1,200,000 cubic yards of sand, as well as construction of dune crossovers, sand fencing and dune grass plantings in the designated stretch. In the end, a total of 1,250,000 cubic yards of sand was placed on the beach, at an awarded contract cost to date of $17,322,231. “We are still awaiting the final modifications and numbers,” Rochette said on Monday, “but this figure isn’t expected to change.” —J.K.-H.

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Stafford Soccer Club Says, ‘Cheese’ Township’s Travel and Rec Teams Gather for Group Shot ARTFULLY ALOFT: On Saturday, June 9, during the town���s annual Founder’s Day festivities, Steve Traut of the Stafford Volunteer Fire Co. hoisted photographer and team parent Adrian Antonio 150 feet in the air in one of the fire company’s bucket trucks to shoot the teams from an aerial perspective, with the soccer playing fields at the Doc Cramer Sports Complex stretching out behind them. Coaches, parents and kids enjoyed the spirit of togetherness while having their photos taken for posterity. The hope is for the team photo shoot to become a tradition. wrong, when the council can’t agree on what a budget is.” He then stormed out, exiting through the doors in the back of the meeting room. “You know what? I’m going home. I’m disgusted. I don’t belong here,” he said. “You want the public to comment? Comment on what? You’re just going to turn around and adopt it anyway.” His final words, as his voice trailed out of the room, were “I think I’m going to move to a different town.” “The council has had this budget for quite some time,” Spodofora said after Mazzola had gone. Everyone has been given “ample opportunity” to review it, online and in newspapers, he added. “It hasn’t changed since the introduction.” By contrast, Colony Lakes resident Joan Williams commended the mayor, council and administrator.

Learn to ‘Navigate’ to Find Agency Help The Ocean County Health Department presents “Navigating the System,” an informative program about how to fi nd and take advantage of resources through various nonprofit and governmental agencies, at the Southern Ocean Resource Center on June 26. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is preferred, said health department public information officer Leslie Terjesen. A morning session will run from 9:30 a.m. to noon, and the afternoon session from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Terjesen, along with Jessica Doto, the health department’s public health emergency preparedness nurse, and representatives from the Office of Senior Services and the Board of Social Services, will offer a PowerPoint presentation outlining and detailing the many and varied resources available to Ocean County residents at no cost. Y “As a senior citizen on a fixed income, I welcome this small increase. I really do appreciate your efforts, and thank you very much.”

After closing public comment, the council voted unanimously to adopt the budget. Y victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net


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Eagles Nest Continued from Page 28 for the lights, just in case a nearby pilot ran into trouble and needed to make an emergency landing (he later told this reporter the New Jersey Department of Transportation was awarding him a $150,000 grant for the lighting and taxiway). Besides, he added, just because there will be runway lights, that doesn’t mean they’ll always be lit. Weidhorn explained the lighting system would be activated by approaching pilots. They turn their radios to a specific frequency and click on their radio transmission button to turn on the lights. The lights themselves will be on a timer so that they will turn themselves off according to how the timer is set, “usually 15 minutes.” So, he said, the runway will not be constantly lit. Nor, he said, was he attempting to expand airport operations beyond the current dawn-to-dusk scenario. “It is not the intention to have constant use, 24/7,” he said. Instead, the lights were just being added for safety reasons. Board member Don Haines was still skeptical, saying he had major concerns about nighttime use of the runway. “These lights are just going to encourage that,” he told Weidhorn. “Less than three-and-a-half percent of general aviation flights are at night,” answered Weidhorn. Haines was still wary. “Yes, I think it’s safer with lights,” responded

Costa Rica Continued from Page 14 suited for travel, but it still looks poor compared to Barnegat.” And when the teachers finally drop off the goods, they will be documenting it heavily. “I’m trying to include the students as much as possible. They are the ones that bring all the stuff down. We take so many photos and make slideshows to tell them the story of the kids who are receiving the backpacks and boardshorts.” Caruso, who played soccer and eventually graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University after OCC, has done her share of travel through Latin America. She visited Puerto Rico with her family through her mid-teens. But it was that language immersion trip to Costa Rica in 2000 that inspired her to become a language teacher. She’s since made sojourns to Panama, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Guatemala during her summer breaks. In fact, it was a trip to Colombia five years ago that sparked the Backpacks and Boardshorts Drive. In 2007, she had a chance to visit the South American country, but it was during the school year. By organizing and documenting a basketball sneaker drive, she was able to get the week off from teaching and then share the experience with her students. From there, she began working with a charity called Peace Passers, which sends soccer gear to developing countries. On a recent trip to Nicaragua, the idea of boardshorts and backpacks came to Caruso. Now she is in contact with the Beauchamp Charity Foundation out of Florida, which helped with logistics. “I was in this little town called La Boquita and all the local kids were surfing in old gym shorts. Now we set up a little surfing contest and all the participants get a pair of boardshorts,” she explained, “but the key to these drives is having a theme, something that people can make a connection with.” Surfing, like soccer, had been an obvious connection for Caruso. She began riding waves locally as a teenager and it always played a part in her travels. She explains that some Barnegat students surf, but living near the beach, they wear branded surf gear. And that’s what every Central American kid wants. The Barnegat students have worked hard at collecting the items. There was also a generous donation of approximately $1,000 in clothes, primarily boardshorts, from Surf Unlimited. The challenge, however, is getting it there. Shipping is expensive. And even physically carrying the stuff to Central America is tricky, as the airlines have gouged passengers on baggage fees in recent years. “Every extra checked bag is $40 for 50 pounds on Delta,” Caruso says. She’s run the numbers every way possible. Much of the students’ work has involved saving money for baggage. They raised $500 hosting zumba classes. Caruso also purchased handmade bracelets in Nicaragua last summer, which the students sold at a profit in school to help finance the luggage fees.

Haines,” but I think it’s safest to have no landings at night. My gut feeling is you’re here for lights and you’ll come back six months from now for more.” Board engineer Frank Little asked if the NJDOT would pull its grant if lights weren’t approved. Weidhorn said he didn’t know. He said the DOT was actually awarding him two grants, one for the taxiway and the second for lights. But, he said, “the stipulation was we present the total plan to you folks.” Board attorney Russell Cherkos involved himself in the conversation. He remembered much testimony at previous land use board meetings about how the airport was a dawn-to-dusk operation, with nighttime use being a major public concern. Was Weidhorn now asking for a 24-hour operation? “It is currently illegal to use the airport at night,” said Weidhorn. “Is that changing? Is this really,” asked Cherkos, “an application to extend the operation to 24 hours?” “Nothing has been presented in terms of changing the hours of operation,” said Butensky. Still, even the airport owner had to admit that the presence of lights could possibly attract planes at night. “If a pilot wants to go flying at night, I can’t stop him,” Weidhorn said. “If he does the lights he should also ask for a 24/7 airport,” said Haines. “It’s an airport,” said Wells, and it is in our Master Plan that we spent years on. We wanted it (Eagles Nest) to become something and now

he’s trying to make it something.” “If they’re tied down at my airport,” said Weidhorn, “and causing problems with neighbors, I’ll take him out of there, I don’t need problems with my neighbors.” Wells said that everybody who purchased a home near the airport knew what they were getting into, knew they were going to be living in close proximity to the runway. “I want it safe,” she said, “the safety issue is most important to me.” Whoa! The discussion had decidedly turned to the lighting and Weidhorn’s expert on the subject, an engineer who specializes in airports, Dennis Yap, hadn’t even been sworn in yet. Lights Not Issue On the Ground When Yap did start testifying he quickly dealt with some of the board member’s concerns. There wouldn’t be that many lights and they wouldn’t be that bright. The taxiway’s lights, for example, would only have 30-watt bulbs and they’d be spaced 200-feet apart. The runway lights would be white, and a little stronger at 45-watts, but they’d still be spaced at every 200 feet. There would be red lights at the end of the runway, but as Yap said, “they’ll be pointed up.” Yap also reminded the board that with the lights only being on at a pilot’s request, they usually wouldn’t be shining. “At airports like this there will be no lights 90 percent of the time.”

Yap admitted that neighbors will be able to see the lights (“if the trees are not in the way”) but he added they would basically have to be looking for them, that they “won’t be shining into homes.” They’d look, he said, “like Christmas tree lights.” Butensky asked his witness if there would be “any effect on the quality of life of a resident?” “They won’t shine into anybody’s yard or living room,” answered Yap. It was very clear that the runway and taxiway lights weren’t going to light up the neighborhood. But there was still the issue of the introduction of lights resulting in more nighttime activity. As the time to vote approached board member Kenneth Holman stated that it was his understanding that the dawn-to-dusk hours of operation stood, except in extraordinary situations. The airport owner agreed. “There will be an occasional nighttime takeoff and landing beyond emergencies,” Weidhorn said. But, he added, he “will not encourage it.” “Let’s face it,” said Haines, “he needs lights for safety. Yes, the lights are going to encourage a couple of people to come in at night but I don’t expect a huge influx.” “If those lights can save one life then we want them,” said board member Edward Nichel. In the end the vote was 4-1 in favor of the taxiway and lights. — Rick Mellerup

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“This will be the first World Language Club trip for me,” said Bethany Cunningham, a junior at Barnegat. “I helped collect backpacks last year, but this year I really get to be a part of it and see how excited these kids get. Life is completely different in Central America. You see how they live and how much they appreciate the smallest things.” Cunningham has been to Costa Rica with her family and is looking most forward to horseback riding. “The students can really make it something big,” added Caruso, who is most excited about sharing her experience with the students. “By being a part of this project, they are understanding globalization, and it’s something they can put on a college application.” Any person or group interested in donating boardshorts or backpacks can deliver them to the Barnegat High School main lobby between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. through June 20. Y joncoen@thesandpaper.net

Continued from Page 29 more powerful than TNT), and deliver it to that bunker. Nobody wanted to do it.” Well, nobody except for Castelli, who admitted he must have been a fool that day. After all, he had been in the army since October 1942, so he should have known better than to volunteer. Under covering fire, Castelli and a Lt. Lukins prepared to make their dash toward the bunker. “The artillery fired on the right side of the highway, then the left side,” said Castelli. “What they were doing is creating holes for Lt. Lukins and me to jump in, from hole to hole. The artillery stopped and they poured the smoke in. Lt. Lukins and I took off. The lieutenant was spraying machine gun fire and I had on a Mae West; you know what that was?” (It was a vest-like life

jacket nicknamed after the movie star because of the buxom appearance it would give soldiers.) “It was packed with the RDX. I had 20 one-pound charges in front and 20 in back. I had the detonators in my hip pocket because if a bullet hit one of them it would have been all over. I’ll tell you, I don’t know how far we ran but it was the longest run of my life!” When Castelli reached the bunker, he desperately sought an opening in which he could toss his charges. He found one, stuck the detonators into the charges, threw the Gerry-rigged bomb into the bunker and ran like hell. “Once you press down on the detonator you only have 15 seconds to get out of there,” said Castelli. When the RDX exploded, both men were flung through the air. Lukins, Castelli recalls, completed a perfect roll and was uninjured. Continued on Page 35

Barnegat Continued from Page 30 Jan. 30 at 8:44 p.m. The caller told police there appeared to be a person inside the 2005 BMW 7451. Shortly after arriving on the scene, the officers determined that the 57-year-old driver, Mario Dischiavi, was incapacitated at the scene. Germain said the car was “fully engulfed” in flames. Video footage from police cameras showed the officers frantically yelling “get out of the car” repeatedly to the driver, who was not responding to their commands. Keilitz was able to see Dischiavi when she opened the rear door of the vehicle. Diblasi attempted open the driver’s door and could not get the latch to release. He then ran to retrieve a window punch from his patrol car to break the window and gain access. Germain said that despite overwhelming heat, Keiltz was able to pull the man from the vehicle and get him out of harm’s way. The Barnegat Volunteer Fire Co. extinguished the fire. “The driver fell asleep in the car, and he had his foot on the gas pedal,” said Police Chief Arthur Drexler. “The vehicle was in park, but the engine eventually ignited because of the constant pressure of the gas pedal. The sound of the accelerator attracted a neighbor’s attention, and the person looked out the window and saw that the car was catching fire.” Drexler said that while the fire was occurring, police were involved in an incident in another area of town. The two officers “knew that they weren’t going to get immediate backup help, so it was up to them,” said the chief. “Every second counted, and they did a great job, because no doubt a life was saved.” Added Germain. “This is an example of how in police training, you learn how to run to something that you would normally run away from. In this type of work, you’re going against your natural instincts. They certainly deserve the commendation for their quick action.” — E.E.

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Continued from Page 34 Castelli wasn’t so lucky, and was burned by the blast as well as being thrown into a tree face first. Even after numerous procedures at VA hospitals, pain sometimes flares up so bad he has to retreat to the bathroom of his Fawn Hills home to sit, sickened, in the dark. Needless to say, Castellli, now 89, survived. He earned one of his two Purple Hearts that day, as well as a Bronze Star. “The enlisted men (involved in the attack on the bunker) got Bronze Stars, the officers got Silver Stars (a much more prestigious medal),” said Castelli, who, to this day, chafes at Army politics. In May, Castelli finally got the final honor he deserved when the French government awarded him its Legion of Honor medal, created by Napoleon, that nation’s highest decoration. From Horses To Tanks Many combat vets don’t like to talk about their wartime experiences. Castelli is decidedly not one of them. He can go on and on about his three years in the U.S. Army. Sometimes it is a little difficult to follow his conversation. Dates can escape him; in what French town, exactly, did this or that occur? He’s prone to going off on tangents, describing, for example, a very drunk Gene Tiereny arriving at the gate of Fort Riley, Kansas early one morning while he was on guard duty (the starlet was there to see Oleg Cassini, now, of course, a renowned fashion designer but in 1943 a member of Castelli’s unit). Ah, what stories Castelli can tell! When Castelli was assigned to the 11th Cavalry, he had so much to learn. He was a streetsmart city boy, raised in Newark. So the last thing

Beach Closing Continued from Page 24 in this country with no clear solution in sight. “This is something that shouldn’t happen,” said Hilferty. “People’s major resources are their home, their work and their communities, all of which depends on the tourist industry here. It’s uncalled for in 2012 that we have this kind of scenario. This absolutely should not be something that affects these communities. These systems are obsolete and should not be in existence. The infrastructure should be improved.” The antiquated systems date back to the 19th century and are essentially large sewers where stormwater drainage combines with sanitary sewage from toilets, all in highly populated areas. A heavy daylong rainfall seen throughout the state on June 14 would then become part of a perfect storm of events that led to debris making its way down the shore to the beaches of LBI. Following what has been a fairly mild weather season, the increased rainfall flooded storm drains and washed anything thrown into them into CSOs – 30 of which exist in New Jersey alone. When the increased flow proves too much for water treatment plants to handle, an “overflow” gets bypassed directly to outlying waterways and bays, carrying all kinds of floatable trash small enough to fit through filters floating on top. “Slicks” are formed as trash accumulates with dead eelgrass, timber and raw sewage. A high tide sweeps in and sucks it out like a plunger, and winds and currents send it on its way. The combination of heavy rainfall, with what was four days straight of northeaster winds, sent the slick south to eventually be a slap in the face to LBI beaches. Issue Has Been Addressed Before That is not to say efforts to step up spotting these slicks and, in effect, clean them before they reach landfall have not been enhanced over the years. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a report in early June showing results from its Regional Coastal Monitoring Program: helicopter flyovers of the shoreline that run six days a week. They detail “slicks” sighted almost everyday from May 29 to June 7, ranging from 200 feet to 1,200 feet in length, and spotted in locations from Gravesend Bay and Upper Bay outside New York City, to Newark

ing the infamous German counteroffensive of December 1944. “It was horrible. It was do or die, don’t give up, don’t be caught being a prisoner. The Germans had killed all those prisoners.” (On Dec. 17, the second day of the battle, an SS unit slaughtered 81 American POWs.) So I told my men, never surrender.” Castelli also remembers rumors of approaching Tiger tanks and the fear that struck every bone in his body. He, now a tank commander, was in an M24 Chaffee, a light tank used for reconnaissance. It would be no match against the dreaded Tiger, one of Germany’s super weapons developed near the end of the war. Happy: Castelli said his unit could have come right out of a Hollywood movie. “There was me, the Italian kid from the city; a Mexican-American; two American Indians – they were good, they could walk through a field of glass and not make a sound.” Castelli especially remembers his driver and good buddy, Ray Hammer. “He was Scandinavian, blond; he used to wear a Viking helmet with the horns.” A Train Stopped; A Huge Find Hammer figures prominently in one of Castelli’s war stories. “I can’t remember what town we were near. I remember there was a giant castle and a tremendous chateau there, and we were ordered to seize and hold a railroad track,” he said. “There was a train taking off and Ray, he stopped it. He got right on the track and pointed the cannon towards it, and stopped it.” That was just the beginning of that day’s adventures. “I wasn’t in the tank. We were knocking off snipers, and all of a sudden the train’s engineer and some friends of his ran up and they were babbling like mad. We didn’t know French; we

didn’t know what they hell they were talking about. But I know some Sicilian and some of the words are similar, and I figured out they wanted us to go to some cave. There was this cave, with a huge iron door, and we opened it and there were crates and crates. “There were a couple of pallets filled with gold bars. But we didn’t know what was in most of the crates. They said Louvre on them, but what did we know? We were kids, we didn’t know what the Louvre was. Well, they were filled with paintings: Da Vincis and everybody else. There were billions of dollars of paintings there.” Castelli, then a sergeant, knew he had stumbled onto something big and got on the radio and said he needed an officer pronto. “A major shows up. He wasn’t from my unit. I wouldn’t leave. I said, ‘Who am I handing this stuff over to? I don’t know you!’” Finally an MFAA unit arrived on the scene. “That was ‘Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives’ (an elite unit formed by the combined Allied armies). They were all different nationalities, all experts in art. I still got them to sign off for everything in sight.” Castelli, obviously, wasn’t a shrinking violet when it came to dealing with officers and officials. And he still isn’t all that impressed with rank or pomp. He’s happy, indeed, uh, honored, to receive the French Legion of Honor, yet realizes he is far from the only American to be picked out of the crowd. Thirty-eight other American vets were bestowed with the medal on May 8 in a ceremony that took place at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point (Castelli couldn’t attend, having just lost his wife). He suspects “politics” had something to do with the event. Still, he had to admit, “That’s one pretty medal.” Y rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

Bay and Kill Van Kull in North Jersey. Upon sighting one the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is contacted and cleanup is conducted as necessary. “They pick up the debris the best they can. They have a few boats and New York City has boats that they can call for additional help,” said EPA spokesman John Martin. The syringes found on LBI were all insulin syringes, according to Hilferty, which require a prescription for purchase in New Jersey and legally must be disposed of properly by returning them in proper disposal containers to one’s doctor or health department. Hilferty called the danger the syringes pose a physical one from hypothetically stepping on one, rather than a biological or chemical risk from disease. He is unaware of any case in which someone has stepped on one and suffered injury, though he realized the need for precaution. No tests are done on these needles, as by the time they reach shore, there is no perceptible amount of fluid or material within them worth testing. All that being said, the scenario for one who does step on a syringe would involve being assessed by a first aid squad, which would then recommend consulting with one’s physician, and being tested for tetanus and hepatitis B. “The risk is relatively small for the opportunity for disease,” said Hilferty. Insulin syringes remain the primary tool for heroin injection. Though there is no way to tell whether the majority of washed up insulin syringes come from a lazy diabetic who would rather flush a needle down the toilet than dispose of it properly, or a drug addict tossing a used needle down a storm drain, as Hilferty puts it, “Home use can be legal, home use can be illegal.” Either way, the needles are evidence of a crime washed away and rarely seen again – until events like what occurred on Saturday. Following the incident, the state DEP took action, inspecting each urban area’s CSO discharge point on Monday, said spokesman Larry Hajna. They also work with the Stephens Insititute of Technology and Rutgers University, looking at weather and ocean current patterns to best determine where the materials came from. Though the location of origin of the slick that hit LBI cannot be determined exactly, the best estimation of the DEP place the general source as Raritan Bay. “That’s the $64 million question,” said Hajna. “If we can somehow trace this back to a particular point or points, and address that system with a different type of net or barrier to make sure this

doesn’t happen, that’s what we want. “We’re pretty confident that it came from that harbor in the Raritan Bay area.” Ironically, it was as recently as June 6 that Perth Amboy, the city that borders that bay, agreed to make improvements in its combined sewer system under an agreement with the EPA. “Almost 370 million gallons of sewage come from just Perth Amboy each year,” said Martin. “It’s a big issue.” Perth Amboy was in violation of the Clean Water Act and its DEP discharge and operating permits. The new agreement will require the city to make infrastructure improvements to its sewer system. “These are long-term investments to public health, so that the water people have available to them remains clean. Municipalities have obligations to keep their water clean. We’re going to continue to enforce the Clean Water Act and make sure water is being protected,” said Martin. Ocean County has no combined sewer systems at all; then again, the sewer infrastructure was built since 1970 in accordance with EPA requirements that had come into play. There are no bypasses or overflows because the hydraulic capacity of water treatment plants is never exceeded. “You’re comparing apples and oranges; they’re completely separate,” said Richard Warren, executive director of the Ocean County Utilities Authority, said in comparing Ocean County’s sewer systems to the CSOs to the north. Warren spoke of other solutions employed to limit something like the slick that hit LBI hap-

pening again anytime soon. They include more frequent sweeping of streets to eliminate waste that gets washed into drains during storms; and storm drain grates with smaller openings that allow less through systems if an overflow occurs. To eliminate CSOs completely would be “a monumental undertaking,” according to Hajna. “It would be tremendously expensive – billions of dollars – and the time period we live in now economically, and the areas that are affected – the last thing they have are the financial resources to tackle this nationwide problem.” Still, officials did not seem to be floating when it came to understanding that something needs to be done. “It’s not acceptable,” said Hajna. “The (Gov.) Christie administration has been working on developing a plan to deal with the combined sewer problem. You can’t just wave a magic wand and make these systems disappear. “Fortunately, this is a rare event. When it happens on a beautiful weekend and everybody’s expectations are high, it’s a big blow. And we want to assure the public that we are working on this problem, long- and short-term, to try and find the source. “We commend the LBI Health Department for taking this proactive action – working in concert with the DEP to protect the public health – a rare situation, something that could happen again as long as combined sewers are still in use,” Hajna said. “It’s really important, however, for the public to understand that proper disposal of insulin syringes is crucial.” Y michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

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he expected to be doing was riding horses! But not for nothing did they call the 11th Cavalry the cavalry. In a couple of years cavalry units would be made up of tanks. But early in the war they still had horses, as if nothing had changed since the Indian Wars! Castelli quickly took to horses. He has a display case that contains all of his medals and ribbons, as well as fading photographs of some of his wartime buddies. But perhaps the award he is most proud of is a heavy plaque confirming his equestrian skills. “Oleg Cassini, you should have seen him on a horse,” said Castelli. “It was like he and the horse were one. Yet they gave me the award. He was born with horses (the French native Cassini, after all, was born a count) and I was a city boy! When they took our horses away from us, it broke our hearts.” Yes, Castelli has plenty of memories, both unhappy and happy, from the war. Unhappy: After being trained at Fort Riley and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, his unit was transferred to the desert, “outside of Yuma” (Arizona). “It was the rat hole of the United States!” Happy: When his unit was shipped to Great Britian to prepare for the invasion of Europe, the men were billeted in private homes. “We were in a town called Weymouth, and we were all in homes, we didn’t have to sleep in tents. Two or three guys ended up marrying gals from the homes they were in. We could go to this hill and see a ‘fake army,’ fake tanks, fake airplanes, all to fool the Germans. It was one of the best ideas of the war. We went down to it and this one guy brushed against a tank and said, ‘damn, it’s rubber!’” Happy: Fighting their way through France, the men availed themselves of the spoils of war. “We had a ball with all that cognac,” Castelli laughed. Unhappy: “The Bulge,” he sighed, remember-


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vehicles driving beneath the signals – and occasionally not quite making it. Apparently our traffic lights oft get smacked silly by the likes of top-heavy trucks, trailered boats, and, as many mobile anglers know, fishing rod tips. It’s not clear how many LBI signals will be part of this initial changeover, but in the long run, I can see nearly all of LBI’s signals turning Japanese. And my neck aches continuing. TSUNAMIS NEVER SLEEP: It’s always with great fanfare that the hurricane season is launched. But what about the tsunami season, which seldom sleeps? I bring this subject up, first and foremost, to alert one-and-all that every single smartphone, as of this week, is automatically equipped with a Weather Service warning system, like the one that squeals like a greased pig during weather alerts. Yes, you’ve now got it on your smarty. Of course, you can always opt out – if you’re, like, Amish or something, where you can’t know the future. But who in bloody hell wouldn’t want to know if a tornado, flood or, yes, a massive tsunami is headed your/our way? Oh, that’s right, the baby. This new smartphone admonition app happened along just as I was taking in a whole slew of new videos of that insane Japanese tsunami. Seriously spooky tsunami stuff. My big-wave fear comes from Canaries. Would that they were merely birds of a feather. I’m talking the Canary Islands and one particular mega-sized ledge that hangs loosely over the Atlantic Ocean. Per the National Geographic Channel – and also this scientist or that one – this hunka chunka tsunami fodder is truly teetering on the edge of a brink. Some morbid-type geologists say it might take something as small as a real canary lighting upon the edge to tip the slide-way scale. The tidal wave that could accompany such a landslide would be roughly 50 meters, which doesn’t sound horribly bad here in America, until some egghead whips out a metric conversion chart and announces that’s a 150-foot wave. I knew we shoulda switched to the metric system. Such a wave would be more than enough to ruin our day. Face it, a paltry 20-foot tidal wave would power-wash LBI back to the Stone Age – and still show up on the mainland at 19-feet, 11 inches. Recall: A Canary Island-bred tidal wave would be 150 feet – a wee bit of overkill. OK, so maybe that’s a bad choice of word. As for warningness, a buck-fifty Canary Island tsunami would be coming at us at upwards of 500 miles per hour – and even faster if it decides to move in kilometers per hour. (I told you, I haven’t got this metric thing figured out just yet). Math would then gift us with a whole few hours to pack all our belongings, including that new living room ensemble from Whalons; go

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Turns out our tsunami survival all comes down to the boys in the Land of the Midnight Sun. Admittedly, their equipment is so sensitive that simply dropping a big bag of mulch in Ship Bottom gets someone up there wondering, “What was that clunk down in Jersey?” Needless to say, they’ll have no trouble detecting something big, say earthquakes, landslides and hurriquakes. I still don’t know what a hurriquake is but I sure liked Credence Clearwater Revival. As for comet strikes? We’re on our own. Once a big-ass planetary knock is detected in Alaska, insanely complex computer systems – and some local guy named Eddie – decipher what it might mean – and if, just maybe, it has spawned a tsunami. After that, there are four

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ARMED: (Left) high-fiving each other at the finish of five miles, Aquilo Calderone (at left) and Richardo Corral come in first and second in the Richard West Wheelchair Race on LBI Saturday. (Right) Noreen Ryen of Tuckerton was one cheering an impressive endeavor. grades of advice issued via computer: 1) Ain’t no big thing, 2) Be very advised, 3) You’re fully warned, dude, 4) Nice knowin’ ya. Maybe they’re not written up quite like that. BUT WHADDA WE GOT?: Sure, there’s that Alaskan big-picture advanced warning system. That’s all fine and good, but what sort of localized tsunami alert system do we have on LBI? You might not wanna know. Firstly, you can forget the siren system. I’ve again been told that emergency management personnel feel wailing sirens will only panic people. Damn frickin’ right it’ll panic people. So what? I’m thinkin’ a 150-foot wave already has Continued on Page 40

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Coach Hits a Home Run On Father’s Day Field By MICHAEL MOLINARO irstEnergy Park, Lakewood, Father’s Day. The sun is beaming off pristine green grass, and the smell of hot dogs and hamburgers and the sound of the occasional wooden crack of a baseball bat fill the air. A Stafford Little League coach sips a beer in triumph as his journey

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ittle Egg Harbor Yacht Club in Beach Haven celebrates its 100th anniversary this summer, kicking off its centennial year June 23 with an opening commissioning and celebration for current and former members and their guests at the historic clubhouse overlooking Mordecai Island. The club will fill the summer with events to commemorate this historic year. A three-day reunion weekend will bring together generations of “Little Eggers” while they enjoy sneakbox sailboat races, tennis, and a centennial race for the senior sailors. Also on the centennial schedule this summer are a talk on catboats by Geoff Marshall, a time capsule auction followed by a historical slide show on the front dock at dusk, and the Commodore’s Ball. The 2012 commodore, Tom Cox, remarked that “as commodore of Little Egg Harbor Yacht Club, I can tell you there is a lot of energy from the membership. This will truly be an exciting year, starting with our opening reception through Labor Day weekend.” In addition to the centennial events, the club will host three large regattas this year: the E-Scow Easterns on Aug. 2-4, the LEHYC Down Bay Regatta on Aug. 9-12, and the 2012 USODA (Optis) Atlantic Coast Championship on Oct. 6 and 7. The Little Egg Harbor Yacht Club was formed on July 13, 1912, by a group of Beach Haven summer residents. By the end of that summer the new club had more than 30 members. To put a picture to what the area was like then, the Island had no road bridge, and access was by ferry or train only. One hundred years later, the membership stands at close to 670 families. A hundred years ago, sailing and yachting were the primary focus of the club. Today the elegant landmark hosts myriad activities, including art, bocce, book club, bridge, tennis, gardening, golf outings and fishing. What hasn’t changed in 100 years is the mission of the club from the beginning: the LEHYC tradition of family, say members. As Commodore Cox concluded, “Everyone is looking forward to celebrating 100 years of success: volunteerism, family and friends that have made it a place that keeps them coming back every summer.” Watch The SandPaper’s sister publication, The Beachcomber, for a feature spotlight on the century of tradition at LEHYC. —M.S.

of survival and goodwill culminated in a celebration of fatherhood on Sunday that neither his children, their teammates, nor their families will soon forget. Matt Caufield, 49, of Stafford is one of three coaches of the Rookie League Blue Bombers, an instructional team following Tee-ball for 6- and 7-year-olds. Caufield was able to claim a spot for his team to participate in a “Future BlueClaws” event that preceded the game on Sunday afternoon. This would be followed by an end of the season picnic in an area beneath the scoreboard set aside for the team, as well as a father-son catch on the field following the game. “We lucked out,” said Caufield. “The program was open. Everything worked out.” Everything has indeed worked out for Caufield, who was unable to help coach the team that includes his 6-year old son Kyle, as Matt was busy with another challenge: defeating a cancer that was discovered in December 2010. Matt would undergo a very aggressive treatment, including over 1,000 hours of chemotherapy and between 50 and 100 hours of radiation treatment over the course of his battle with colon cancer. In April of last year, a two-hour surgery to remove what Matt described as a tumor the size of a baseball turned into a five-hour procedure. “I told the doctor, don’t sugarcoat it,” said Matt. “Tell me if I’m going to be here in a year or two years.” Despite a successful removal, there were complications and infections associated with the surgery, and post-op problems healing. “Going through chemotherapy, I was there but wasn’t there. I’m glad I’m here now. It was life changing. You learn to never take anything for granted.” Matt was there with son Kyle as Continued on Page 42

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TO THE BALL GAME: Members of the Stafford Little League Rookie Blue Bombers participate in a father/son catch following the Lakewood BlueClaws game on Father’s Day after each took the field pre-game for a ‘Future BlueClaws’ event, all thanks to the effort of coach, cancer survivor and father Matt Caufield of Stafford.

SRHS Softball Standout Is a Born Leader By RYAN GEARY oftball is a team sport; nine players on each side battle with intensity and determination every game. But within each team there is a leader – a tone setter – who rallies the teammates around her to be their best with every throw, on every ground ball or swing. Amanda McClellan, third baseman for Southern Regional Middle School’s team, the Stafford Stingrays, as well as the Waretown Thunder, is such a leader. “She leads by example,” said her Stingrays coach, Joe D’Amodio. “The other girls play off of her, but she lets her playing do the talking.” She is a versatile player and has great skill and brilliance both on and off the diamond. McClellan’s skill on the diamond is matched by few. Her batting ability is commensurate to her dominant fielding – she is an all-around player. “She has a natural sense of the game,” raved Coach Cody Pidgeon, maestro of the Southern Regional Rams middle school team. “She has

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Amanda McClellan Has a Bright Future no fear of making a big play, whether it is at the plate or at third base.” Although she started as a raw talent, McClellan’s playing on a daily basis has allowed her to gain a mastery of the game she loves. McClellan is a self-motivated player; she enjoys practicing almost as much as she does playing in games. “She pushes herself; I never have to push her or remind her to practice,” proudly explained Amanda’s mother, Katy McClellan. “As a matter of fact, she is often the one pushing her father and myself.” She never takes a play off and always leaves everything out there on the field. Her determination and commitment flow into McClellan’s life away from softball as well, where she participates in myriad other extracurricular activities. She enjoys basketball and plays for the Stafford Stars travel team. She also ventured into the unfamiliar world of field hockey this year, where she played

for Southern’s squad. “It was a new experience,” McClellan admitted. “I couldn’t get enough, though, and I’m looking forward to next season as well.” To go along with athletic achievement on the field, she also competes in dog-jumping competitions twice a year. “She is a master of time management,” remarked Katy McClellan. “She is on top of school and sports and never misses a beat.” Amanda has no problem practicing and playing all the time. “I think it is fun to be out on the field,” she said with a grin. “And my teammates are my best friends, so I’m not missing a social life.” McClellan also balances sports with school deftly, as she is on the honor roll at Southern Regional Middle School and had perfect attendance this past year. Her wide palette of talents allows her to excel in all aspects of life.

These talents have blossomed over the years as McClellan has grown as a player and as a person. She demonstrates a mature understanding of teamwork and sportsmanship, two essential foundations in life. She learns from those around her – coaches, teammates and teachers – and can adapt to any situation, a true sign of a leader. As a seventh-grader on the middle school squad, she was a fearless conductor on the field and enjoyed the challenge of playing with the older competition. “I pushed myself to play on their level,” she explained. “It was more of a challenge, but I looked forward to every game.” Next year, Amanda will be step into an eighth-grade leadership role on the team, something she is looking forward to. This summer, her Stafford Stingrays will compete in the Little League World Series in Maryland, and the team looks forward to some quality competition. As McClellan moves forward in her young career, there is certainly only more success on the horizon. Y


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Shore Fire Grille Fishing Continued from Page 44 But only one barbecue sauce is used on the racks of ribs and also on platters or sandwiches of pulled pork, beef brisket and smoked turkey, chicken or sausage. “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it,” said Kohlheim. “It’s sweet enough, it’s spicy enough, and it’s got plenty of flavor. Once you get a good barbecue sauce going, it kind of sticks with you. I can sweeten it up or make it hotter, but that’s pretty much the base.” The menu brings along signature offerings that helped make Shore Thing Catering a success, including pulled-pork tacos, French onion soup and “Signature poppers” – jalapeños stuffed with a cheesy blend, smothered with bacon and then smoked and served with a cool cilantro-lime sauce. “For me, burgers, killer sandwiches, great salads – those are all things that seem simple enough, but nobody really does them great,” said Kohlheim. “The ‘Beer Reuben,’ the salmon burger and our barbecue brisket will put us on the map along with the burger bar. Everything is great, but those three are just different, and I’d put those three up against anyone’s.” “There’s a reason why we don’t mind driving from Tuckerton all the way here,” said Donny Brown, who was there with his wife Jamie, during the soft opening enjoying an order of chicken wings tossed in a signature buffalo sauce, half smoked and half fried. “He’s got a good selection, and his prices are fair. A lot of barbecue places are astronomical, and it’s not even worth going.” “I’m hoping by maintaining a certain price point will be able to give me the longevity of being here year ’round and well known for a long time,” said Kohlheim. “I want it to be a place you can afford to go to more than once a week, even, as opposed to once a month or every other week.” So far, so good for Shore Fire. “You make a huge life decision and jump in with two feet with no safety net, and you hope to not sink. All you plan to do is tread water, but to have everyone reach out to support your decision has been unreal.” Shore Fire Grille fed many of the thousands who attended LBIfest in Brant Beach on Saturday, and plans for events such as monthly pig roasts at $10 a platter are being considered. The restaurant can be reached at 609-488-5586 and is currently looking for employees to tackle its initial successful boom. For more information, log onto shorefiregrille.com; for catering inquiries, check out shorethingcatering.com. — Michael Molinaro michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 37 panic written all over it. Politically correctly, I believe in “Every man and woman for him and herself.” I just happen to keep an internalized storehouse of adrenaline at the ready for just such panicful moments. Of course, I always believe in kids first! So remember that, kids, when there’s only one seat left on the evacuation bus and thousands of us adults all trying to get on. “We want Jay-Jay on the bus with us.” Maybe get a chant going. So, with no sirening allowed, how the hell do we get warned – short of that smartphone thingy? I’d like to throw my support to what the Japanese folks do as tsunamis arrive: scream. There’s something enticingly fundamental, primitively efficient, about having a panicked voice screaming over huge loud speakers: there’s a tsunami coming, run your sorry asses off! You likely heard that guy in the background on YouTube tsunami clips. Sidebar: That screaming loudspeakerist concept might be a man thing. Growing up, I was saved from many a catastrophe by someone in my group screaming a primordial “Run!” No hesitation or debate, you frickin’ dropped what you were doing – or thinking – and you ran in whatever direction you happened to be facing. If you ran smack into a tree, you simply bounced the hell off and commenced to running in another direction. We’d go from zero to blinding headlong boy speed before the screamed “Run!” quit echoing. There wasn’t even any looking back. Days later you might ask, “Hey, whatya yell ‘run’ for the other day?” Now to the dismal news regarding tsunami threats. A scientist at the University of Delaware has published a paper warning of the under appreciated threats from tidal waves sneaking up on the Jersey Shore. While not overlooking the massive threat from the Canary Island set-up, he’s far more concerned with closer-to-home geology. He believes there is prime Western Atlantic underwater real estate that is geologically poised to shift into a more comfortable position. Such a rollover could easily send forth a beefy tsunami, one that would be upon us before we can even unplug the refrigerator. In that close-in case, it then comes down to you and I learning the indicators that a tsunami is at hand. I place them into the category I call, “If you see these indicators, you’re already pretty much screwed.” A perfect example is the ocean suddenly going out to sea, as it were. Bad: “Are those sunken ships sticking out of the mud? Let’s go check it out.” Or, “Check the size of this striper just flapping around. You think Jay Mann would know if I entered it into the tourney?” Another sure sign it might just be a tsunami – and this is actually high on the federal list of “Indicators of a possible tsunami”– is a set of huge waves on the horizon. You don’t say. I would have never suspected … “Oh, look mommy, I can see England. And it’s coming to visit us.” Face it, there’s not a whole lot creative that can be done when triple-decker tidal waves loom up off LBI. Sure you can keep that smartphone at the ready, but it’s better to just play the law of averages when here. You have a better chance

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of being in a plane crash and getting bitten by a Gila monster on the same day than being run over by a tsunami. Nonetheless, I’m remaining real partial to having those loudspeakers in good working order. FERAL FEEDING FRENZY: I had a call from a gal incensed over a story she read about folks feeding wild foxes on LBI. To say I wasn’t biting is an understatement. I put it to her: If anyone wants to feed and pamper their town foxes, just go right ahead. Got a coon you like, or a friendly possum, maybe an adorable coyote? Vittle ’em up. If folks can feed feral cats, why not feed the few remaining forms of real wildlife hereabouts? And if I get even one call from you bird lovers, squawking that foxes kill birds, I’m gonna rip you a new you-know-what. There wasn’t a bloody peep from all ya’ll during the recent crusade to pamper and protect feral felines in HC. No, I’m not out to skin feral cats here. Those undomesticated domestics have won their feral place in the Island sun, so much so that as quickly as some Harvey Cedars residents are now trapping them for trespassing, the town is bailing them out of the animal shelter, and paying a hefty fee to boot. Since all those trapped and registered ferals now have personalized ear tags, akin to a “Get Out of Jail Free” accessory, they’re not only mandatorily sprung from the pound but are also manually returned to LBI. They’re back in the well-fed-and-feral business in nothing flat – returned to the very area where they were just trapped. Weirdly and sadly, properly domesticated cats, true buddies to all of us, better not accidentally go astray and get nabbed by The Man. Those cool cats are almost immediately deprived of all nine of their lives when in-pounded, condemned to death row from the get-go. Their ears are the death of them. Overheard in the animal shelter: “Hey, Tabby, what’s your make on that guy in the white coat that just walked in holding a syringe?” “Well, Tigger, ya see this weird earring I’m wearing?” “Yeah, Tab, I was gonna ask you about that.” “It kinda means I couldn’t care less about good old Dr. Death there. You, on the other hand, shoulda thought first before you ran off just as your family was about to leave the Island for the season.” “Uh, maybe I can still catch up with ’em.” “I’m thinkin’ not. Here comes the good doctor now.” Wanna fully protect your in-house, soul-mate feline? Fake that the bugger’s feral. Get it registered and ear clipped as a wild and wooly Island tiger. Then, if it ever accidentally goes astray, its butt is instantly saved upon capture. No sooner will it hit the pound then it’ll be hand-hurried back home. Face it, it’s damn good to be feral around here. RUNDOWN: I see a goodly number of stripers were caught in the surf. Nothing overly major but it shows that all the bass didn’t die of syringe ingestion. Somewhat expectedly, I got some upbeat reports from folks getting nice bluefish in surf and inlets. When it’s a tough go out there and you really aren’t expecting to catch much, bringing home some eater blues can make it all worth it.

Per always, word got out about the drumfish in the surf – many through Jingles’ website – and newbies want to now how to target them. Short of going to the part of the Island where they’re being caught, you really can’t try to single them out in the surf, at least not the way you can near inlets and in the back bay. Black drum forage pretty much what stripers forage – and often in the same locales, though drumfish are not quite as adept at foraging during heavy currents, a striper forte. I have seen smaller black drum favoring the zone quite close to jetties, almost tog territory. However, while distance swimming (with mask and flippers) I’ve often seen them on the outward side (oceanward) of sandbars, snooting along the bottom. Unlike stripers, drumfish are spooked easily in the presence of bathers and swimmers. As oft noted, bass usually couldn’t care less if a human is nearby, thus their relative susceptibility to spear guns. Back when surf clams were a common collectible – not sold by the piece – drumfish anglers in boats would flip out an almost absurdsized gob of clam – by hooking piece after piece of clam and running it past the hook eye and up a foot-long piece of leader. When fluke are being found, they’re running big. Take advantage of that whenever possible. You know as well as me we’re quickly moving in on dismally low percentage days of summer fluking. I can’t see how the bottom won’t be caked in fluke again. It is far-and-away the most common gamefish out there, even more so than bluefish. SYRINGE SCARE: Yes, I got a few calls about the syringe-based beach closings over the weekend. Let’s see, something like, say, 100,000 calls or so. Exaggerations maybe, but it sure as hell seemed like that many after factoring in Facebook, Twitters, e-mails and landline calls. Let’s just say it made for an unrelaxing weekend. Despite being royally pissed off at this North Jersey crap coming ashore, again, I actually assumed a damage control posture by trying to make sure as many people as possible knew from whence cometh the crap. I wrote a buddy, Jon C.: The public always has to be advised, make that warned, of all such wash-ups. I’m just hoping to get folks to understand the relationship between heavy downpours, followed by hard northeast winds. The syringe and crack vile threat to beaches is real and immediate after those sky elements have aligned. Importantly, when conditions are normal, our beaches and waters are stellar, world-class – based on stringent water-testing. What’s more, there are no ongoing covert dumpings or secret offloadings of barges taking place, as is instantly bandied about with every incident like this latest one. Our finely tuned state and federal agencies, supplied with the planet’s finest satellite eyes-in-the-skies equipment, simply wouldn’t miss big-ass sinister stuff taking place in bays and the ocean. On the other hand, when it comes to terra firma, the street litter and the filthy fallout from drug-users is damn near untraceable. What’s worse, we will continue to suffer wash-ups until massive infrastructure changes are implemented to our north. Why not join the likes of Alliance for a Living Ocean to help fight for a cleaner ocean? Y jaymann@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 38 well as Kyle’s twin sister, Alexis, stepson Jared Kolakowski, and wife Donna. Just minutes earlier, Matt watched as Kyle and every other Blue Bomber ran alongside a given BlueClaws player to their position before lining up in the infield for the National Anthem. “It’s the best!” said Blue Bomber Zachary Hetrick, 7, describing running out onto the field with Blue Claws third baseman Harold Martinez – Hetrick’s favorite position to play. “The BlueClaws are so active in the community,” Matt said. “To see the coaches talking to the kids, and then them running out on the field – we got a little emotional.” Caufield has run a number of fundraisers in recent years to raise money for his cancer expenses, and for other causes, such as fireworks for Tuckerton, where he spent over 24 years as a D.A.R.E. police officer. “Tuckerton’s an outstanding town, and I enjoyed every minute of the 24 and a half years I worked there,” he said. “I didn’t want to retire. I was cleared to come back to work. I’m going to miss it.” Caufield knows how to raise some funds. Notably, he once promised he would jump in Barnegat Bay in late January if the Philadelphia Eagles made the Super Bowl in 2005 – which they did. This followed the North American blizzard of 2005 in late January. Matt would turn the event into a fundraiser for the Waretown First Aid Squad, and he had at least 50 others jumping in alongside him. The day of the event, freezing water temperatures mysteriously warmed slightly. “I said, ‘This proves one thing: God is a Giants fan.’” This is a man who takes his rivalries seriously. Kyle has taken up Yankees fandom along with the rest of the men in the Caufield house, while the women objectively support the Phillies. Kyle hopes to play first base in the big leagues someday, just like one of his favorite players, Yankees first baseman Mark Teixiera,

whom he referred to affectionately as “Tex.” Kyle described watching his father’s surgical struggle in one word: “sad.” His favorite part of the day on Sunday was “mostly all of it,” which he concluded was the best Father’s Day ever. “Kyle plays ball all day,” said Donna. “Day in and day out. He can’t play enough. He plays baseball in his sleep.” She talked about her husband’s struggle with cancer, and the subsequent joy that has followed his recovery after he was declared cancer-free in October. “He’s come a long way. He missed most games last year. And to see him be able to coach again this year is really something special. I knew he was going to make it, because he’s a strong person. There were so many complications with the wound not healing that he basically couldn’t move for two months.” D.A.R.E students from Tuckerton schools sent “get well” cards from a different class each week, which Matt said were instrumental in his recovery. “It just really was the lift I needed. It would turn a gloomy day into a sunny day.” Another Matt – Blue Bombers head coach Matt Cahill – is also a devout Yankees fan. He is responsible for choosing the dark blue-hued uniforms of the Blue Bombers that matched the Blue Claws perfectly when the young upstarts headed out onto the field for the “Future BlueClaws” event. “I was supposed to get tickets to Yankee Stadium!” joked Matt Cahill’s father, Mike, when commenting on how this Father’s Day would compare to others. Mike would be one of many grandfathers to participate in the post-game catch later in the day. The Cahills were there with their three children, including son and Blue Bomber, Jack, who described his gift to his father: “We let him sleep in,” Jack said, adding that he already has a better arm than his dad. The end-of-the-season picnic was also a send-off of sorts, as much of the team will be moving up to the majors level in youth baseball. “We’re going to lose some of the kids next year that move on but I hope we can keep this

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held at Southern Regional she surprised him by singing Miley Cyrus’s “The Climb” in front of 150 people. “That was another emotional moment,” said Caufield. “The kids are our future,” he said. “I know that’s a cliché, but when you experience coaching and going to events like this, you really understand that. What more can one ask for than the sun shining and spending the day with family? It’s a beautiful thing. “What better time to be at a baseball game than today?” Y michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

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How does it work? “Business agreeing to sell their products and services in exchange for Trade Dollars, instead of cash to handle their transactions. For example, if a barter exchange member sells $500 worth of products to another member, they receive $500 in Trade Dollars credited to their barter exchange account. These Trade Dollars can then be used to purchase from the other trading clients within the barter network. The barter exchange is a third-party record keeper, providing monthly statements, showing all barter purchases, sales and trade barter balance.” Why join a barter exchange? “Traditional, one-on-one trading is often done between businesses. The problem with traditional trading is that each business owner must need exactly what the other has to offer at the time it works best for both companies. Joining EBN connects you with like-minded business looking to barter product & services with you immediately. Membership saves you time & money and protects you by implementing fair rules, polices & procedures.” Why would I want to accept EBN dollars instead of cash? “You’re not accepting barter dollars instead of cash. You’re getting new barter customers in addition to your cash customers. If you have extra time in your week or excess stock on your shelves, why not accept EBN dollars? It’s just more money that you can spend on your business, as employee incentives or for yourself. And quite often, barter clients will refer cash-paying friends and family when they like your service.” Gutchigian outlined some other benefits of the barter network, especially applicable to the seasonal nature of a barrier island resort. “I think EBN could be a much-needed safety net in the months of September through May for the seasonal businesses in our area,” she said. “Many vacation-dependent businesses almost went under due to the hurricane last year. Although it didn’t hit LBI, it hit the tristate area that visits us. This prevented many folks from coming back to enjoy the last month of summer.” Gutchigian added, “EBN allows opportunities for products, and service-type businesses to create and run unlimited ads on our exclusive website. No matter how many products and/or services they offer, they now have the luxury to add to what they offer, ‘clearance’ items at full price, and fill down time. Between our website and being exposed to these new clients, it allows us to reap the benefits of a gold mine of ‘word of mouth’ advertising for a very low cost. I barter retreat weekends, vacation weeks, event planning, data integration software, and occasionally odds and ends that are of value I come across in my day-to-day job operating Beach House Retreats and The Wed and Bed.” The following testimonial comes from one of EBarterNation’s member businesses: “EBarterNation is a fun way to shop. Now I can offer my graphic design services in exchange for things I want or need,” said Lisa Ball, owner of LivingLBI. “I hope more Island businesses join up. I will definitely trade some of my barter dollars for some of Anchor Produce’s banana bread! My new business ‘Anything Goes’ will offer art instruction for barter.” The cost to become a member is, of course, an important “frequently asked question.” Gutchigian outlined that a one-time sign-up investment of $395 includes an account of $250 in barter dollars for the new member to use. An additional $24-per-month administration fee entitles the member to multiple ads for multiple products, she said. (A half-price discount is being offered to the first 50 businesses that sign up.) There is 6 percent cash and 1 percent barter Continued on Page 46

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Barter exchanges are required by IRS to report all sales at the end of the year. All members will receive a 1099B at the end of the year. Like cash sales, there are business deductions you can take when barter dollars were used for business expenses. There may also be deductions you can take on the membership and transaction fees,â&#x20AC;? company literature says. For more information, a Facebook page for EBarterNation is active. The website, EBarterNation.com, is being updated to contain extensive information. To reach Sinor, call 609-494-1311 or Robin@ebarternation.com.Y Send business-related items to mariascandale@thesandpaper.net.

SA N D T R A P

A Weekly Advertising Compendiumof Area Professionals

Island Wellness Center since 1999 Now Offering Acupuncture Massage â&#x20AC;˘ Reiki â&#x20AC;˘ Facials Yoga â&#x20AC;˘ Zumba 26th St. & L.B. Blvd., Spray Beach www.iwc.massagetherapy.com

Flexible Appt. Scheduling Accepts Assignment on all Medicare Claims

609-492-4906

Laura Say, MHS, PT

Sure Rehab

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Your ad could be here next week, call (609) 494-5900

1702 CENTRAL AVE., BARNEGAT LIGHT, NJ

494-0020

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1 Hour Massage Session with Donna for $65 + tax Call for An Appointment 609-494-2244

Exp. July 1, 2012

Swedish & Deep Tissue Over 10 Years Experience Open 7 Days

816 X

816 Long Beach Blvd. Ship Bottom NJ 08008

N. Long Beach Blvd. S. Rt. 72 E.

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EMERGENCY & SUNDAY CARE

In-OfďŹ ce Whitening Call to schedule your appointment today. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Prom Season! Gift Certificates Available â&#x20AC;˘ Lumineers â&#x20AC;˘ Mini Implants â&#x20AC;˘ Snap-on Smile â&#x20AC;˘ Laser Dentistry â&#x20AC;˘ Same Day Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ One Hour Whitening â&#x20AC;˘ Dentures & Partials â&#x20AC;˘ Invisalign (Invisible Braces)

Ocean Family Dental

524 S. Main Street Cedar Run, NJ 08092 609-597-9290

Harry Gilbert, D.D.S., F.A.G.D. Keri Irving, D.M.D. Marc DiNapoli, D.M.D. Now Accepting www.LBIDENTIST.com

New Patients

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Ship Bottom, NJ 08008 609-494-4492

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1305 Long Beach Blvd. North Beach Haven 492-BEAD 494-8177 Open Daily Open Weekends classes, hairwraps & feathers

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ADOPTION Are you pregnant? A childless, married couple (in our 30s) seeks to adopt. Will be hands-on mom and devoted dad. Financially secure. Expenses paid. Nicole & Frank, 888-969-6134. HAPPILY MARRIED young couple (30s) seeks to adopt and complete family. Full time Mom, devoted Dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Call Lenny and Cristina. 888537-5055.

MASSAGE THERAPY/ SPA SERVICES Add relaxing therapeutic massage to your vacation– girls’ getaway or birthday celebrations. Cindy Grell, NCMBT, 908-209-5356. Enjoy a full-body, relaxing, deeptissue, 4hands or couples massage by Ray, LMT. Couples special. Call Hands To You, 609-7037570. www.hands2u.com Enjoy therapeutic massage in your home. ABMP Certified Massage Therapist practicing in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Medical Massage, and Muscle Energy Techniques. Call Ken, 609859-3080, cell 609-280-3528.

HEALING HANDS MASSAGE THERAPY

Gift Certificates, Mobile Service, & Four Hands Massage available. Experienced, certified & insured. Call Basia, 609-709-6580.

SkyBlu

LBI Mobile Massage

HEALTH/FITNESS

GARAGE/YARD SALES

PERSONAL TRAINING

Manahawkin, 27 Ocean Breeze Ct. (townhomes behind Superfresh), Sat., 6/23, 9am-5pm. Rain 6/30. MOVING! Art, antiques, furniture, clothing, rugs, baby, housewares.

at your home, favorite gym or outdoors. Also offering summer fitness programs & surfing lessons. Call John, North Star Nutrition & Fitness, 609-494-6175. www.nstarfit.com

STAMPS WANTED Father Don is looking for stamp collections! The Rev. Donald Turner, 609-494-5048 or frdltpadre1@yahoo.com

GARAGE/YARD SALES Beach Haven, 424 West 5th St., Sat., 6/23, 9am till? Multi family. Lots of baby stuff, wide variety of items. Surely worth a look! Beach Haven West, 28 & 32 Jeffrey Drive, Sat., 6/23, 8am-4pm (rain 6/24). Moving! Furniture, household items, toys, jewelry, etc. Beach Haven, 115 8th St., Sat., 6/ 23, 8am-2pm (rain 6/24). TV, body boards, sea glass jewelry, lamps, beach house items, etc. Beach Haven, 516 North Atlantic (corner 6th), Sat., 6/23, 8am-2pm (rain Sun., 6/24). Household, toys, clothes, sports equipment, etc. Beach Haven, 218 7th St., Sat., 6/ 23, 9am-noon. Rain or shine. Comforter sets, furniture, knickknacks, decorating items, small refrigerator, etc. Holgate, 33 Rosemma Ave., Sat., 6/23, 8am-1pm. Stereo and hockey equipment, household items, books, draperies and much more. Manahawkin, 326 Privateer Road (Ocean Acres), Sat., 6/23, 9am2pm. Multi family. Books, recliner, full mattress set, ladies’ golf clubs, christmas, jewelry, TV, household items & much more. Manahawkin, 178 Oxycocus Rd., Sat., 6/23, 9am-2pm. Rain date Sun., 6/24. Furniture, antiques, dishes, books and much more.

North Beach Haven, 17 West 17th St., Sat., 6/23, 8am. 2 families. Boating & fishing, household, furniture, tools. Don’t miss! Ocean Acres, 792 Buccaneer Lane, Fri./Sat., 6/22-6/23, 9am2pm. Books, household items, recliner, ladies’ golf clubs and much, much more. Ship Bottom, 310 West 5th St., Sat., 6/23, 8am-noon (rain 6/24). Small appliances, Christmas, holiday decorations, household, crafts & more. Ship Bottom, 221 West 16th St. Fri./Sat., 6/22-6/23, 9am-3pm (rain 6/24). Bikes, youth bed, Civil War documents, household, more. Ship Bottom, 339 West 15th St., Sat., 6/23, 9am-3pm (rain 6/30). Surf City, 237 & 247 6th St., Sat., 6/ 23, 8am (rain 6/24). 5-family sale. Antiques, lamps, pictures, wicker, furniture, jewelry, linens, bedding, brand name teen girl’s clothing, misc. Something for everyone. Reasonably priced. Surf City, 119 17th St., Fri./Sat., 6/ 22-6/23, 9am-2pm. Multi-family. Kayaks, bedroom furniture, bar stools, vintage. Worth the stop! Surf City, 2317 North Central Ave., Sat./Sun., 6/23-6/24, 9am-1pm. Huge sale, lots of kids’ stuff. Something for everyone!

FLEA MARKETS ManahawkinFleaMarket.com

OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET

Rental Spaces, Fri., $10; Sat.& Sun., $25/each. Garage Sale & Used Merchandise, Sat. & Sun., $10/each. See website for coupons. Indoor Shoppes Open All Week. 657 East Bay Ave. 609-5971017.

ANTIQUES

ANTIQUES/BOOKS

Architectural Salvage

Verde Antiques and Rare Books

Wrought iron fencing, garden antiques, fireplace mantles, hardware, kitchen and bath, much more. Recycling the Past, 381 North Main St., Barnegat, 609-6609790.

BEACH HAVEN ANTIQUES

509 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Highest prices paid for gold, silver, old costume jewelry and antiques. Store hours: Sat., 1-7pm; Sun., 10am-5pm. Call for appointments. 609-4448119.

SHIP BOTTOM ANTIQUES BY THE BAY

Central Ave. at 28th St.

Open daily, except Tuesday & Wednesday. 609-361-0885.

TWO SHORE BIRDS

Antiques & collectibles bought & sold. Norman Cramer, proprietor. An eclectic selection of collectibles. 425 Rte. 9, West Creek. For hours or appointment, 609-296-2704.

WE’RE STILL HERE 49TH SEASON!! 8 Stocked Rooms with Fresh Merchandise

50% Off Selected Items

Large Collectibles “Wizard of Oz” Items Member N.E. Appraisers Assoc., National Trust, Victorian Society of America Mon. - Fri. by chance or appointment Sat. & Sun. 11am - 5pm Free Verbal Appraisals Fri., 1 - 5pm

609-494-9384

Wizard of Odds

7601 Long Beach Blvd. Beach Haven Crest Invest in Antiques They Appreciate in Value!

Bringing the luxury of expert skills to the comfort of your residence or hotel room with a Certified Massage Therapist Individuals, Couples & Parties Swedish • Deep Tissue Reiki • Sports-Stretching NJ Nursing Board Certified Therapist NJ Board of Health Spa Licensed

(609) 226-4289 Your best massage service guaranteed

NOW OPEN 256 West 9th • Unit C • Ship Bottom • 609-494-1113 Mon.-Fri. 8am - 7pm • Sat. 8am-5pm

We Buy & Sell Quality Items

Decorative Art & Paintings, Prints & Photographs; Vintage & Rare Books; Toys, Sports & Doll Collectibles; Magazines & Autographs; Pottery; Ephemera of All Kinds & Estate Jewelry. ....................................................... Open Wed.-Sun., 11am-4pm. 73 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609597-5233. On the web at verdeantiquesandrarebooks.com

NAUTICAL ANTIQUES ANTIQUE MALL

Largest selection in the tri-state area. Over 50 consignment dealers in a 3,000 sq.ft. emporium. NAUTICAL ships, anchors, wheels, bells, compasses, lanter ns, sextants, por tholes, clocks, figureheads, fishing gear, models, trunks, sculptures, vintage marine art, Mel Fisher Atocha coins, deep sea diving equipment, swords, uniforms, ships in bottles, flare guns, signal flags, clam baskets, oars, pulleys, lobster buoys, barrels, fish mounts marlin, striped bass, fishnet floats, whaling implements, scrimshaw, telescopes, binoculars, flare guns, books, hatchcover tables, chronometers. Dealer friendly. 20% off.

UP FROM THE DEEP SHOPPES

901 N. Bay Ave., Beach Haven. 12pm-5pm 7 days. 609-4927574.

FLAGS & FLAGPOLES FLAGPOLES INSTALLED. Vinyl/ Aluminum/Nautical Yardar ms. SPRING SPECIAL– 25ft. flagpole $975 installed. American made. 20year warranty. 609-494-0800 email victor@perennialgardensllc.com

ARTS & CRAFTS BUY IN BULK!

JustBeadIt.net

Buy 12 strands and get 40% off...all the time! All earrings, buy 1, get 1 half off. Made on LBI! 1616 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, 609-494-8177 and 1305 Long Beach Blvd., N. Bch Haven, 609-492-BEAD(2323).

LADYBAGS 2-DAY SALE

Handmade original bags, scarves, jewelry, & more! Fri., 6/22, 1-4pm & Sat., 6/23, 10am-1pm. 159 Marina Blvd., Loveladies. 609-494-9577 or 609-494-3272.

APPLIANCES ERIK’S APPLIANCE SERVICE

RELIABLE SERVICE for your washers, dryers, refrigerators, ranges and dishwashers. All makes & models.

609-597-6446

Lic.#13VH05348400

GAS GRILL SERVICE

Make your grill hot again! Repair of all makes and models. Sundays available. Abracadabra Installations LLC, 732-620-8100, 609-607-1677. Lic.#13VH06564400. GE, almond colored, washer/dryer stacked unit. Only used summers. Asking $200 or best offer. Call 201481-2678. Kenmore portable washing machine. Almost new, used 5 times. 22.5Wx23D. $350. 201-725-2097.

SPAS/HOT TUBS Softub Spa Rentals

WEEKLY, MONTHLY, SEASONAL We do all the work...Just say ahh...in your spa. 609-492-4996. www.shoresoftub.com


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FURNITURE

MERCHANDISE

HALL RENTAL

CLEANING SERVICES

2 Oscar Huber full-sized sofas, light green tropical leaf pattern. One is a pull-out bed. Good condition, $350. Photos available. Margaret, 609-575-0312.

Complete old audio system for vinyl records– 33, 45, 78rpm, automatic record player, two speakers, tape player, AM/FM radio & 3.5ft.x3.5ft. wood cabinet plus many, many vinyl records of the big bands: Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Harry James, etc. Also Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee plus country music greats Eddy Arnold, Marty Robbins, Faron Young, Hank Snow, and more. Price $300. Write PO Box 768, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006 (hearing impaired).

HALL RENTAL Surf City Firehouse– year ’round. Heat & A/ C, kitchen, off-street parking. Call 609-494-6127 for information.

Dena Montgomery Cleaning

DISH Network. Starting at $19.99/ month PLUS 30 Premium movie channels FREE for 3 months! SAVE & ask about SAME DAY installation! Call 866-944-6135.

Bi-weekly, weekly or changeovers. We do it all! Any other extras, just ask. Debbie 609-384-6856.

5-piece pecan bedroom set. Queen bed, 6ft. dresser w/2 mirrors, 5ft.x3ft. armoire, 2 night tables, PLUS 3-piece fabric sectional, 128in.x104in. All in good condition. Available to best offer. Call Mel, 561-523-3181. Contemporary dinette set, white lacquer, pedestal table w/6 high back chairs. Originally $2,000+, asking $475. Other items available, metal desk & chairs, brass & glass cocktail tables. Call 973-271-0939. FURNITURE. Beautiful 6ft.3in. sofa, off-white fabric with pattern. Glass-topped dining table w/4 matching chairs & matching dining wall unit. All pieces like new. Make offer. Surf City. 609-618-9917, 609-494-7970. (View picture10012 online) Hatch cover tables, antique pine ice box and jelly cupboard, steamer trunks, artwork, pine dining table w/ 6 chairs, den wall unit, painted sunflower cabinet, armoire and more. Call for prices, 239-849-4939. Modern style, light wood bedroom set. 2 night tables, large dresser w/ mirrors & inlaid sea glass, headboard/frame. $575/OBO. 302-5984006. (View picture10013 online) Oak kitchen table w/6 chairs. Cost $950, asking $150. Please call 609-494-4781. Superb furniture! Ethan Allen Persian/Oriental rug, mostly red, 4ft.x8ft., $500/OBO. Oak sleigh bed, queen size, $500. Excellent condition. 508-380-6795. Wicker furniture, like new. Desk, chair, 2 bureaus, lamps, ottoman. Glass tops. $450 for all. Call 732829-9525.

MERCHANDISE 2 digital Frigidaire air conditioners, hardly used. 15in.Wx20in.H, 12,000 BTU, 9.5 EER; 24in.Wx18in.H, 15,000 BTU, 10.7 EER, though the wall or casement, $200/each or $300/both. kgpage@aol.com 6ft. Harvard air hockey table. Brand new, $300. 3 leather reclining theater seats with cup holders. LIKE NEW, $1,000. 609-207-8456.

ACME BIKE SHOPS

New bike sale ..........$199 & up SUP Board Package ........$499 Inline Skate Sale .......$99 & up Kids beach cruisers are in!

WE RENT:

Cribs, Surfboards, kayaks, paddle boards, hot tubs, bikes, adult trikes, and a whole lot more! We’re on the way to where you’re goin’! Bike repairs done here. Pickup and drop off available. 84th Street, 609-492-5150 27th Street, 609-492-6522 acmebeachandbike.com

Doughboy pool filter & pump, 1hp. Ladder, cover for 16ft.x32ft. oval pool and other equipment. All in excellent condition. 609-296-0788.

ElliptiGOs are here!

BUY IT • RENT IT • DEMO IT. 5 pass=$110/ 10 pass=$200. Buy one today...get $100 rebate certificate. 84th Street on LBI. 609-492-5150 acmebeachandbike.com Hobie Cat Bravo, like new. Quality windsurfing equipment. Canon camera equipment w/underwater housing, multiple bodies/lenses, fits in housing. 609-494-4023. Pool table, top quality maple w/ slate, $995. Side-by-side refrigerator, $75. Electric dryer, $50. On LBI. Call 609-870-1980.

Standup Paddle Boards

Sunset tours. Beginners welcome. Buy for $499 complete! 609-492-5150. It’s all good at Acme Surf and Sport (.com). 84th St., Brighton Beach on LBI.

MERCHANDISE WANTED Vintage Long Boards Wanted! Any condition. Call 609-276-8228. WANTED: PRE-1975 COMIC BOOKS, sports and bubble gum cards. Magazine, toys, movies and music, rock and roll stuff, anything PRE-1975! Please call Mike: 201892-1212. $PD.

SPORTING GOODS Exercise bike, never used, $50. Call 732-829-9525.

CATERING

CLEANING SERVICES AA+ Cleaning - All around- up and down– cleaning at its best. Private or rental properties. Call Eileen, 609-713-9615.

AABSOLUTELY SPOTLESS

All your cleaning needs. Let It Shine Cleaning Service. Changeovers, year ’round. LBI area. Owner operated. References available. Faith, 609-312-9494.

ALWAYS CHOOSE THE BEST

DORA’S ISLAND CLEANING

SEASONAL/YEAR ’ROUND

European Cleaning Service, 10 years experience, w/references. Hard working & reliable. Residential cleaning. Serving Mainland & LBI. Basia, 609-709-6580.

HOUSE WATCH

ANCHOR CLEANING

Since 2001. LBI/mainland. Screens & storm doors repaired, available 7 days/week. Free estimates.

Full service. Year ’round, seasonal & changeovers. No job too large or too small, give us a call. 609-947-5514, 609-9158215.

AT SHORE SERVICE

Insured, experienced, professional cleaners. Year ’round, home and office. Openings, changeovers, scheduled cleanings, new constructions, power washing, windows, trash removal. FREE estimate, call today. Susan 609-7135569. Audrey says, ‘‘Don’t get your panties in a pinch!’’ With our help we can make all your cleaning needs a cinch. We do it all, so give us a call. Cleaning is a sure thing. 609-5975325, Audrey.

PLATTINUM CLEANING. 10 years exp. Changeovers, new constructions, spring cleanings. FREE estimates. Call Nicole Platt, 609-618-2823.

JR’S WINDOW WASHING 609-290-1920

Kim’s Professional Cleaning Service. On-call 24hrs. Emergencies, Changeovers, Weekly cleanings. Residential, Commercial. Great rates. Call today, 609-857-3034 or 609-994-4148.

CARPET CLEANING

Truck-mounted steam cleaning. ‘‘We Are the Best.’’ LIBERTY CARPET CLEANING. 609-9787522.

Commercio Quality

Carpet & Furniture

Cleaning

Powerful truck mount. Fast drying. Certified carpet cleaner. Environmentally safe products. Tile & grout cleaning. Serving LBI & vicinity. Free estimates. Insured. 609-3508908. www.commerciocarpetclean ing.com

Window Cleaning Pressure Washing Painting • Staining

SUPERB CARPET CLEANING

LBI’s carpet cleaner for over 30 years. WE CLEAN WITH STEAM! Mention ad, get 1 area free when you clean 3 or more rooms. Call 609-494-5858. Will do changeover cleanings. Sun.-Thurs., 20% off. Also available for Spring and Fall cleanings. BOOK NOW! Call Joann, 609-2763317.

You’ll Get the Cleanest Carpet & Upholstery

For a Friendly Phone Consultation with no Bait & Switch, Call 609290-2691. You’ll be glad you did! www.baysidecarpetcleaning.org

(866) 521-0076 • (866) 521-8790 FAX SERVING THE TRI-STATE AREA FULLY LICENSED Danalimousine DanalimousineLLC LLC@aol.com @aol.com INSURED WARNING: N.J. & U.S. DOT LAWS REQUIRE LIMOUSINE COMPANIES TO HAVE $1,500,000.00 IN LIABILITY INSURANCE, & ALSO ALL NEW DRIVERS ARE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS. BEWARE OF LOCAL FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, OR LIMOUSINE COMPANIES THAT DON’T MEET THESE STATE & FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS.

SCREEN REPAIRS

MIKE’S SCREEN REPAIR

Local on LBI. Same day repair available. Reasonably priced. 201675-6484. Lic.#13VH0017800.

CHIMNEY SWEEPING Fireplaces Plus, Inc.

Chimney sweeping. Fully insured, reliable. Sales, service, installation. 609-597-3473. HIC#13VH01525800. See our displays. www.fireplacesonline.com

Fast Screen

Same Day Mobile Repair Service Credit Cards Accepted

609.312.1076

Fully Insured

CRYSTAL CLEAR Fully Insured

609-709-3718 NJcrystalclear.com

Free Estimates

Call: 609-389-2565

H&H

WIND

OW CLEANING

& POWERWASHING

COMMERCIAL / RESIDENTIAL OWNER ON JOB SITE FREE ESTIMATES

Heidi Hunter

CALL-TOLL FREE

NORTH END WINDOW WASH

CLEAR REFLECTIONS LLC

609-384-1046

SERVING ALL AIRPORTS, CITIES, CASINOS & PIERS GUARANTEED LOWEST RATES

609-294-0675

Window Washing LLC

Green Alternatives Available

DANA LIMOUSINES, LLC

Serving LBI Since 1982

LBI screen repairs, door installation, and home repairs done at your location! Lic.#13VH01016900. Credit cards accepted. Call Mike Haines, 609-290-8836.

Enjoy your summer, leave the cleaning to us! Residential & changeover cleanings. Serving LBI and Manahawkin for 19 years. Claudia, 609-709-5485.

Betty’s Busy Bees, LLC

Eco-friendly year around cleaning service. Residential/Commercial. Openings/Closings, Changeovers. Reasonable rates. Bonded, Insured. 609-618-9465 or 609-2765541.

EXIT WINDOW CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

Complete, great job, well done. A gleaming result every time! 609-494-7500. North end LBI only. ‘‘We wash Ole Barney.’’

Mr. Maintenance Cleaning

Residential, commercial and summer changeovers. Mattress cleaning and sanitizing. Fully insured. Bonded. Free estimates. 10% OFF first cleaning. 609242-1629. www.mr-maintenance-clean ing.com

WINDOW CLEANING

SHORE TO PLEASE CLEANING

609-276-5537

AND Complete Cleaning Service, NJ Registered. Year ’round residential, weekly, bi-weekly, & monthly cleaning. Mary Kennedy, 609-492-5122, 609-709-3240.

By Okie’s- Full Service Catering. Weddings, Pig Roasts, Barbecues and Outdoor Parties. Call 609-4943394. www.lbicatering.com Professional, experienced catering server. Fine dining experience. For in-home dinners, parties, showers. LBI area only. 201-681-8147 or rusty799@verizon.net

Do you need to ‘‘brighten’’ your home? Call Sunshine Cleaning Service. Year ’round, seasonal and changeovers. References available. Call Stacey, 609-3841649.

Oceanside Cleaning– Year ’round, Seasonal & Saturday Changeover Cleanings. Over 25 years owner operated. Call 609-492-1710.

ISLAND CATERING

PARTY SERVER

Owner operated, every job! FridaySunday changeovers, weekly, biweekly. North End of LBI. 28 years in business. Insured. 609-6988748.

CLEANING SERVICES

Kelly’s

Certified Wood Preservers Power Washers Assoc. of North America

Cleaning Services

BEST

STEAM CARPET CLEANING

159 HALF HOUSE $ 85 3 Areas SOFA & LOVESEAT $ 110 99 WHOLE HOUSE $ SOFA & LOVESEAT 219 7 Areas WHOLE HOUSE $ 7 Areas

609-294-0675

Free Estimates/Fully Insured • Owner Operated

95

609-489-1721

Michael J. Kelly 732-364-5330 mjjkelly@aol.com

Family Owned & Operated - Our 18th Year A Year Round Company Based on LBI

Weekly • Bi-Monthly • Monthly Residential • Rentals • Changeovers Windows & Screens Cleaned • Ceiling Fans Power Washing • Gardening & Yard Work Free Estimates References Available • Professional • Prompt


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PLUMBING

JERSEY SHORE PLUMBING & DESIGN

T. KOHLER JR. PLUMBING & HEATING

Outdoor showers, tankless and water heaters, gas lines, sewer/ drain cleaning, boilers, service work. For all your plumbing needs. Free estimates. Lic.#12452. 609668-9008.

HEATING & COOLING

Quality Service at Your Convenience for all your plumbing needs. Leaks, Fixture Replacement, Drain Cleaning. 609-242-5474. Lic.#12557.

FAZIO HEAT & AIR

Our rates don’t inflate going over the bridge. R22 $19.99 lb. Great service contracts. 15 minute call backs. Emergency service standby. Fully insured. Free service calls. Lic.#13VH06569000 ins.

609-276-1658 LAURENCE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

HEATING & COOLING

S.K. ROBB PLUMBING CO. (Free Estimates)

ALL-WAYS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

All Plumbing Services. Bathroom Remodeling. Handicapped Toilets. Winterization Services. NJ Lic#8455.

Sales •Service •Installation •All Makes/Models. Financing Available. BPI Certified. 24Hr. Emergency Service. 877-247-1010. Lic#13VH01556300.

609-361-9453

Experienced Technician For Sales •Service •Installation. Certified & insured. 30 years experience. Lic.#1058312. 609-296-6368. www.Laurenceheatair.com

Rick Barker Heating & Cooling, LLC

Your comfort is our goal! Get it done right the first time. 609-5975808 Lic.#13VH04377200.

HANDYMAN Odd Jobs & Yard Work

Replacement windows, paint, roofing and siding repair, storm doors, brush and tree removal, raking leaves, stone work, light hauling. Serving LBI and Mainland since 1987. 609-698-7493.

609-587-8017 Heating • Air Conditioning • Air Quality Repairs • Installations • Service Contracts www.heritagehomeservicesnj.com

ALLPURPOSEREPAIRS.COM

LBI based. One call does it all: repairs, renovations, windows, doors, closets, tile, fire/water damage, carpentry. No job too small. Also home watch. Insured & NJ licensed, #13VHO5115400. Ask for Dave, 609-207-6056.

Please visit us online for current product discounts Lic.# 13VH05908400

HANDYMAN Big C...Little Repairs

Handyman Services. One call does it all. Year-round repairs & house check. Insured. 609-947-6396. License #13VH03667600.

COAST HANDYMAN SERVICES

Windows, doors, all carpentry, woodwork, sheetrock, plaster & paint work. Licensed & insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779.

HANDYMAN

Inside or outside, no job too small. Reasonable Rates. Please call 609-709-5452.

Mr. Fix-It 361-8226

Rotted Wood Repairs Sheetrock & Painting Leaky Roofs & Siding Wall Air Conditioners Closets & Partitions - Trim Decks, Stairs & Showers Windows • Doors • Locks Andersen Window Repairs Termite Repairs Lic.#L046452

waltmccollum@yahoo.com

Plumbing,

MONTANHA

Heating & Cooling

MECHANICAL Plumbing & Heating Service - Repairs - Remodels

CALL NOW FOR OUR AC CONDENSER SPECIAL WITH FREE CUSTOM COVER

Yes, We’re On LBI!

Seasonal Water Turn-Ons & Offs

6105 Long Beach Blvd. • Brant Beach

Ozzie Montanha

www.storsbergplumbing.com

609-361-0600

Master Plumber License# 11125

Lic #6062

Phone # 609-978-3551

WINDOW TREATMENTS

BT CLEANOUTS

Complete Design Services. Interiors, Home and Realtor Staging, Window Treatments, Slip Covers and Upholstery. Call 609-5973360.

JUNK OUT

ELEVATORS

Attics, garages, sheds & yards. Old fencing & paint can removal, gutter cleaning. LBI & Mainland. Call 609903-2601. You name it, we remove it! Everybody has junk. Home & Business. Basements •Attics •Yards •Garages •Sheds •Apartments. 877-637-JUNK.

YARD BUILDERS

No job too big or too small. Just ask. Call Bill, 609-661-9370.

AWNINGS & CANOPIES

HOME WORK

All types of home repairs, •Carpentry •Ceiling Fans •Locks •Stor m Doors Installed •Housesitting •Rental Property Maintenance. Call Sal 609-3352099.

LBI HOME HANDYMAN

•Carpentry •Painting •Yard Work. No job too small. Hourly rates. Fully insured. Call Jerry, 609-597-6715.

LBIHANDYMAN.COM

JG DESIGNS

ACCREDITED HOME ELEVATOR CO.

Sales/Service •Residential and Commercial •New or Existing •Installation •Moder nization •Repairs •Service/Service Contracts. Hoistway Construction, Dumbwaiters, Chairlifts. Visit our showroom, 127 Rte. 9 South, Barnegat. Lic.#13VH04317500. www.accelevator.com

609-660-8000

ATLANTIC AWNINGS

Professional Installations •Residential/Commercial. Retractable Awnings, Window Awnings, Retractable & Stationary Canopies, Recovers, Repairs, Re-Hang, Take Downs, Washing. Fully insured. FREE ESTIMATES. 609-6182420. Lic.#13VH06758700. atlanticawningcompany.com

METAL WORKING WELDING

Retired certified welder, small/large items, my place or yours, steel, aluminum, stainless. Over 45 years experience. 609-494-7263, cell 609-713-5528.

Wind Damage, Screens, Roofing, Siding, Flooring, Tile, Windows, Drywall, Trim, Decks, Kitchens, Baths, Cleanouts. Guaranteed call back. Lic.13VH04665400. 609489-6305.

Atlantic Awnings

Repair & yard work, power washing, interior/exterior painting & staining. No job too big. No job too small. We do it all. Serving LBI out of Beach Haven. 609-312-9857.

SUNRISE SERVICES

Specializing in: Tankless Water Heaters Ductless Air Conditioning, Water Turn Ons, Sewer and Drain Cleaning Call for a FREE In-Home Estimate

RUBBISH & GARBAGE REMOVAL

Professional: House Cleanings, in/out spring cleanups, gutters, water damage, repairs, carpentry, window & power washing. Dune fencing. Lawns: mow, rake, bag, prune. North LBI. Eric, 609-494-5548. Lic#13VH01376000.

Professional Installations Residential/Commercial

Retractable Awnings • Window Awnings Retractable & Stationary Canopies Recovers • Repairs • Re-Hang • Take Downs • Washing

609-618-2420 www.AtlanticAwningCompany.com Free Estimates

SONN K G C RI ELI

Reliable

L E OD BILME REM• Trim

Fully Insured

Lic# 13VH06758700

SKIP BUTLER’S WINDOWS AND DOORS LIGHT CARPENTRY AND PAINTING SERVICES

HO

•Tile Specialists •Baths •Kitchens •Doors •Windows •All Repairs

Special Pricing Starting at $29900 Includes Capping & Low E Glazing

609-494-5094

609-971-3897

Fax 609-494-5504 Reg./Lic.# 13VH01293600

Lic#13VH08737900

Corrigan Construction Co. Est. 1987

Additions • Alterations Remodels • Renovations Elevators • Decks Siding • Windows Doors • Floors • Trim Fully Insured Free Estimates

Custom Fiberglass Fully Insured

Free Estimates

Serving LBI

Decks • Roofs • Vinyl Handrails

609-713-0581 Lic # 13vH00034400

25 Years Experience

597-2692 Lic#13VH04928600

WINTERIZATION RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

Water & Sewer Hook Ups House Winterizations Tankless Water Heaters

Drain Cleaning • Gas Piping Fixtures Installed Repair Service

609-361-7473

Michael J. VanLiew Master Plumber

Over 20 Years Experience

PLU M BIN G P ROBLE M S? MICHAEL • PETITO

CALL

Residential & Commerical • Repair s & Alterations

6 0 9 - 5 7 7-1514 Lic. #12456 Ship Bottom, NJ

Quality Workmanship for Over 25 Years NJ Lic.#8500

No Job Too Small or Large

Free Estimates

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PEST CONTROL

FENCING

LIND ENTERPRISES LLC TERMITE & PEST CONTROL

We carry a full line of reasonably priced, high quality wood & vinyl fencing. Prompt installation. Free estimates. Barnegat Light Landscaping Co., 609-709-5227. Proudly serving LBI’s North End. SRF444@yahoo.com

Spring clean-ups & gutter cleaning. Call Martin Lawn Care Co. Reasonable rates. Insured. 609-4891447. Email kutgrass@yahoo.com kutgrass.com

LAWN CARE

A&A MASONRY REPAIRS. Steps, chimney walls, rebuilt & repaired. Stone veneer, concrete & pavers. Fully insured. Call Pete, 609-2424249. newjerseymasonry.com

FENCES

Serving LBI & Ocean County Real Estate and WDI Inspections. Termite, Ant, Rodent, Wasp and all pest control problems solved. Excellent Customer Service. Lic.#98314A fully insured.

Design & Installation Property & Lawn Maintenance Sod • Stone Shore Plantings Wall Stone Drainage Solutions Mulch

Call Howard 609-384-5019

PEST MANAGEMENT

Offering peace of mind with your ant and pest problems. Squirrel and bird control. No poisons. Lic.#93312A. 609-597-6561.

Free Estimates

CUT FOURLESS now scheduling 2012 lawn maintenance. Serving LBI & mainland for over 30 years. Just a cut above the rest! 609-2762876.

DAWSON

Curbs Driveways Patios Sidewalks Steps

494-7562 • 294-9551

FENCE INSTALLATIONS & REPAIRS VINYL-CHAIN LINK-WOOD ALUMINUM FENCE TRASH ENCLOSURES & SHOWERS SWIMMING POOL ENCLOSURES

Carl Gallagher

Lawn SPRINKLERS AQUA CONNECTION Recommended by “4 out of 5 Landscapers” 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

609-660-0009 $

100 OFF

New Installation with ad at time of estimate State Lic.#00016664

OUTHERN

Allgreen Pest Services

OCEAN

Stone Spreading • Brick Pavers • Landscaping

ECO FRIENDLY

MASONRY CULTURED STONE

Sales, Installation. Residential/ Commercial. Interior/Exterior. Reliable, fully insured. HIC#13VH01525800. 609-5973473. Fireplaces Plus, Inc. See our displays. www.fireplacesonline.com

LANDSCAPING

LANDSCAPING Castle’s Cleanup Crew, LLC

Residential & Vacation Turnover cleaning. Lawn maintenance, yard cleanups, painting & deck staining. Weeding programs. Call 609-713-5289. Free estimates, fully insured.

GIOTTINI LANDSCAPING

AFFORDABLE Landscaping

SEASONAL CLEANUPS. Mulch, Organic Soil & Stone •Tree & Shrub Care •Pine Needle/Leaf Removal •Living or Decorative Walls •Walkways •Paver Repairs •Seashore/Dune Gardens •Low Maintenance, Salt Tolerant Plantings. Our standards meet Rutgers recommended Coastal Landscaping Guidelines. Owner Operated/ Client Satisfaction Guaranteed. LBIPG@comcast.net

AH

LANDSCAPE SERVICES 609-494-7373

A SUMMER CLEANUP

Reg./Lic.# 13V00199100

609-489-6400

Tree removal & trimming, yard cleanups, gutter cleaning, odd jobs, mulching. Call 609-9710242. (Lic#13VH02103100).

Cleanups •Planting •Pruning •Mulching •Weeding •Fencing. Over 15 years experience. Low rates. Call 609-276-3111.

‘‘The friends of your yard.’’ Stone spreading, all colors and sizes, lawn care, hedge and shrub trimming, mulch and complete cleanups. ‘‘Planting time is any time.’’ Prompt service. 609-312-9857.

609-494-4808

We will maintain your property beautifully. Spray, Mow, Clean, Weed & Trim. We do it all, all the time. Spring cleanups, stone topping. North end LBI.

Nace’ s Weed Control Chemical Weed Control Service STATE LIC. #97098A INSURED FREE ESTIMATES

609-597-3629

power washing/wildlife trapping

7 Day Service

www.SouthernOceanHardscaping.com

Lic# 13VH02482900

732-597-8550 866-303-0044

MASONRY

609-494-0969

Cottagefence@yahoo.com Licensed & Insured

MOWING & TRIMMING

Mason • Contracting

QUALITY DEPENDABLE WORK

Lic # 13VH05152400

LAWN CARE

J.J. BRICK PAVERS LLC Patios • Walkways • Driveways Retaining Walls & Stone • Flower Beds Landscaping • Mulch • Top Soil

Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Real Estate Inspections

mfritz625@aol.com www.allgreenpestservices.com

Jose Lopez

For-Shore Weed Control Lawn Care

609-339-0789 • office 609-978-8420

Tree & Shrub Care

FREE Follow-Up Service Calls FREE Evaluation/Estimate Poison Ivy Control • Weed Control on Sand, Stone, Patios & Driveways

Stone Delivery & Spreading • All Types & Sizes Quality Paver Work Most Reasonable & Experienced Area Contractor Mushroom & Topsoil • Clam Shells

LAWN CARE • TREE & SHRUB CARE OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

609-597-0964 Manahawkin, NJ 08050

609-693-6999

856-764-8446 Delran, NJ 08075

PARADISE

LANDSCAPE & HOME CONTRACTING

POOL Sales • Service • Repairs

Landscaping Hardscaping Sprinkler Systems & Repairs Sod-Seed-Mulch • Fire Pits • Pavers

Home Contracting Decks • Additions • Windows New Kitchens • Remodeling

Turn Your Backyard into a Paradise New Pools Liners • Repairs Openings • Closings Low maintenance pools Salt water pools

LANDSCAPE DESIGN STONE PAVERS WALLS FENCING ASPHALT SPRINKLERS

One Call Does It All!

609-597-6492

Fully Insured • Reliable

“Every Project a Referral”

609-296-0548

Lic.#13VH05803700

Lic#13VH05470200

We Will Beat Any Estimate by 5% FREE ESTIMATES

494-4106 • 597-1767

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MANAHAWKIN TREE SERVICE

STAFFORD STONE

Tree Removal, Trimming, Stump Grinding & Chipping. Gardens Planted, Weeded & Maintained.

494-0266

597-8846

Free estimates. Fully insured. Lic.#13VH01099400

Quality Mushroom Soil Topsoil & Mulch

Clam Shells. Delivery & Spreading. 609-494-4106 or 609-597-1767.

SCHONEY’S LANDSCAPING CLEANUPS

Complete landscaping, grading and brush hog, backhoe, fences, gutters, tree, shrub and stump removal. 609-693-3084. Lic.#13VH01672000.

PERENNIAL GARDENS perennialgardenslbi.com

(609) 494-0800 Lic.# 13VH01646400

THE GARDEN KEEPER Lawn Mowing & Cleanup

Small Tree & Shrub Pruning, Hand Weeding, Stone, Hardscaping, Mulch, Lawn Aerating. 609-8483158. Lic.#13VH06035900. www.thegardenkeep.com

SandPaper Classified Ads Get Results

24hr Emergency Service

Clean Ups • Trimming • Tree Planting & Plants Celestino Cruz References • Free Estimates - Est. 1980

609-978-1045 • Fax: 609-978-0337 celestino.landscaping@yahoo.com

Reg./Lic# 13VH02263300

LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE

Mow/Clean/Weed/Spray/Trim Stone Spreading • Beds & Borders Hand Built Stone Walls

Living & Working Local North 609-494-7373 LBI

• Rock • Cleanups • All Landscape Needs • 60ft. Bucket Lift • Pavers • Hardscaping Residential • Commercial Licensed & Fully Insured

Joe Salentino C:609-312-3688 H:609-848-9033

Landscapes Reg/Lic# 13VH02805500

• Spring/Fall Cleanups & Maintanence • Professional Design/Build Services • Pools & Spas • Outdoor Living Spaces • Outdoor Kitchens & Fireplaces

Surf City • 609-361-8800 • www.bayaveplantco.com

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LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE

Landscaping • Fencing • Pavers

Stone Delivery & Spreading •Grading •Fill •Mulch •Topsoil •Stone, all types & sizes. Free estimates. 609-698-5505, 609709-6556. Lic.#13VH02679500.

On The Side • Treework • Trimming • Planting • Weeding • Mulch • Topsoil

OUTDOOR LIGHTING

Landscaping & Garden Center (Previously LBI Landscaping)

Light Up Your Night

Design, Install, Maintain

Energy Saving LEDs & Low Voltage Systems Luxury & Safety Beautifully Designed, Installed & Maintained Enjoy More of Your Seashore Home

· Unique Island Style Landscapes · Colorful Gardens, Fence, Bamboo · Long Term Landscape Relationships

609-494-7373

609-361-4310 www.hochslandscaping.com Lic # 13VH04791400

Visit our New Garden Center! 229 S. Main St.(Rt 9) Barnegat Pkwy Exit 67

BARNEGAT L IGHT L ANDSCAPING & GARDENS Complete Range of Landscaping Services Shore Garden Specialist Proudly Serving LBI’s North End

609.709.5227 SRF444@yahoo.com Garden & Landscaping Center Located at 502 Broadway, Barnegat Light Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun. 8:30am - 5pm

Landscape Design

Night & Day Landscape Design

609.812.9191

New Installations • Outdoor Lighting Cleanups • Free Estimates

BRICK PAVERS / RETAINING WALLS / MULCH PLANTINGS / CLEAN-UPS / DESIGN & INSTALL

609-891-7769 LIC# 13VH05931600

marclandscapes@gmail.com

609-661-9150 Call for free consultation for design services

Call now to schedule your spring cleanup

FREE 3-D Design with any Design Built Service

10% off for New Customers

Sod • Stone • Plantings • Pavers Retaining Walls• Lighting Drainage Systems• Property Maintenance Lic. #13VH00349300

www.shrubheads.com “Your yard is always on our mind”

Tree Work Professionals Tree Removal • Pruning • Stump Removal Residential & Commercial ree

F ates Estim

609-978-1392

Outdoor Environments

609-290-6069

www.PineBarrensTree.com • pinebarrenstree@yahoo.com NJ Lic. Tree Expert #545 • ISA Certified Arborist - NJ - 0893A

Landscape Planning, Design & Construction • Plant Services Property Management • Irrigation & Drainage Solutions Landscape Lighting • Outdoor Living Areas • Carpentry Services Fiberglass Pools & Spas • Hardscape Design-Build Services Long Beach Island, NJ

p: 609-494-7007 www.daivdashlandscaping.com

For

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EMERGENCY WORK

ESTIM

609-296-5335 F

732-208-8733 Over 20 Years Experience Fully Insured • Lic. #13VH01823000

*Yard Sprays:Ticks, Mosquitoes, Fleas Etc. *Quartely Exterior Foundation Sprays

Certified Arborist & Line Clearance Certified Tree Removal & Planting Natural/Organic Tree, Plant & Lawn Care Proper Pruning & Trimming • Cleanups & Clearings Stump Grinding • Brush Piles • Firewood 60' Aerial Lift / Grapple Truck / Experienced Climbers Customized Plant Care Program • Fertilization & Disease Management

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ROOFING/SIDING

ROOFING/SIDING

ROOFING/SIDING

FLOORING

A ALL EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS

A ALL PHASES OF ROOFING/SIDING

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

RON FERRIER FLOOR SANDING CO. Installation, staining, pickling, repairs. Clean, top quality work. Serving Southern Ocean County. 732-775-1932.

Certified Vinyl Siding Contractor (VSI), Cedar Impressions, Real Cedar Shakes, Timberline Roofing, Windows, Decks, Outside Showers. Fair Prices. Free estimates, Proof of license, insurance & vinyl siding certification. 609-494-3999. #13VH04369400.

We specialize in Roofing & Siding, Cedar Impressions, Vinyl Siding, Cedar Shakes, GAF Timberline Roofing. BEST PRICES ON LBI. Call for free estimate. Only Certified Vinyl Siding Installers Located on LBI. Fully licensed & insured. 609-494-5108. Lic.#13VH04369400.

Free Estimates

Fully Insured

Roofing • Fiberglass Decks • Skylights • Vinyl Rails All Types of Shingles & Repairs iguanaroofinganddecks.com iguanaroofing@yahoo.com

609-294-8219

Reg./Lic.# 13VH01741000

Wind Damage, Roofing, Siding, Windows, Drywall, Trim, Decks, Basements, Kitchens, Baths, Additions. Guaranteed call back. Lic.13VH04665400. 609-489-6305. BuildAxis.com

ELECTRICAL

J. MCDERMOTT ROOFING

Roof repairs and new roofs. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. Jim 609-492-2732, Haven Beach. Lic.#13VH04826300. JAMES LEWIS EXTERIORS Roofing & Siding. Est. 1987. All work guaranteed. Insured, references available. Lic.#13VH00571700. Best prices! Call 609-294-2034.

J.A.G. Electrical Contracting LLC

Performing all types of electrical work. FREE estimates! Guaranteed returned calls. Lic# 16279 *Fully licensed/bonded. 609-384-5514.

P&H ROOFING

A company where the owner is on the job! Repairs & Power Washing (No subcontractors)

Lic# 13VH01941200

ELECTRICAL

CARPENTRY

Kean

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

Electrical Contractors, Inc.

Complete electrical residential/ commercial service. Guaranteed call back. Free estimates. Lic.#14560A. 609-978-2070.

THOMAS F. GOGLIA & SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

All calls promptly answered. Serving Manahawkin & LBI with 25 years experience. 609-549-0049.

CARPENTRY HOME REPAIR •MAINTENANCE. LBI based. Wind Damage, Doors, Locks, Siding, Roofing, Drywall, Andersen Windows, Fences, Rotted Wood. Lic.#13VH02403900. 609-713-2400, 609-713-2405.

Serving LOCAL Businesses & Homeowners for Over 20 Years

609-384-1709

Andrew Plenge

Lic# 13VH00082400

609-494-6216

Repairs & New Installations • Senior & Military Discounts • Lighting Ceiling & Attic Fans • Generator Specialist • Kitchens & Baths

$50 OFF ANY JOB OVER $200

609-891-6905

Fully Bonded & Insured Lic.# 15541

Free Estimates 24-Hr. Service

KURTZ ELECTRIC, INC.

LLC

Residential • Commercial • Industrial Serving Local Businesses & Home Owners for 32 years

609-361-8815

• Upgrade Electrical Service • Recessed Lighting • Air Conditioning Circuits

N.J. Lic#13VH06719700

PINSTRIPE ROOFING

FREE ESTIMATES

• New Construction • Wiring for Ceiling Fans • Troubleshooting

597-8570

185 N. Main St. (Rt. 9) LICENSE No. 6093 Manahawkin, N.J.

Expert Roofing at Handyman Prices! 15-year guarantee on all installation jobs! Siding • Gutters • Leaders • Kitchens Residential/Commercial Senior Discount

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201-218-1277 David S. 551-265-2036 David D.

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ATLANTIC ROOFING & SIDING

All Phases of Electrical Work No Job Too Small

10% OFF ALL JOBS OVER $250.00 Licensed & Fully Insured NJ License #15079A

QUICK RESPONSE

Andrew H. Grayson

609-361-0236

Licensed/Insured. Interior/Exterior Paint, Stain, Decorative Finish. Wallpaper, Repaint, New Construction. Power Washing. Residential/Commercial. Sub-contract, Ocean County/Will travel. References available. 609-891-5513. Lic.#13VH05418100. www.graysonpropainting.com

FREE ESTIMATES LBI • Manahawkin Tuckerton Lacey Twp. • Toms River

Painting and Contracting

Jerry Milano

Joy Milano

MILANO TILE, LLC Custom Installations Bath remodels, backsplashes Marble, glass, handcrafted tile our specialty

Ph/Fx: 609-698-2378 Reg/Lic # 13VH04482900

(609) 978-6530

Old & New Floors Installation & Repairs

Lic. #13VH00496100

Ceiling Fans Recessed Lights Remodeling & New Construction

AL-CAT PAINTING

Interior •Exterior •Wallpapering •Power Washing. All other home improvements and remodeling. Fully insured. 25yrs. experience. 609-978-0181, Joe. Lic.#13VH03693100.

WWW.GOGREENWITHLOUSELECTRIC.COM

Fully Insured

Free Estimates

A-1 SCHROEDER PAINTING

(some restrictions may apply)

Floor Sanding & Refinishing

609-698-7766

PAINTING

“Extreme Home Make Over Contractor”

Residental & Commercial Shingle Roofs • Flat Roofs • EPDM • Single Ply Systems Vinyl & Cedar Siding • Copper • Chimneys Additions & Alterations • Gutters • Windows • Painting Fiberglass Decks • Vinyl Railings • Skylights • All Repairs Serving Ocean County & LBI for over 20 years

CARPENTER

Cabinetmaker, 25 years experience. Honest, reliable. No job too small. 609-494-4098.

Serving LBI over 40 years

WE DO SOLAR

Ask About Our 22 Sq. Promo! We beat any written estimate!

Since 1976

Lic # 5828

www.daveselectric.net

“NO JOB TOO SMALL”

CABINETMAKER

Finish Carpenter. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling. Cabinet Refacing. Entertainment centers, bookcases, mantles, custom moldings. References, fully insured, 30 years experience. 609-492-6820. Lic.#13VH04077900.

Interior/Exterior •Power Washing •Exterior staining our specialty •Decks Sealed. Quality work guaranteed. 40 years experience. Free estimates. Glenn, 609-312-8263. Lic.#13VH05781700.

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL All Types • Fully Insured • Free Estimates

Wind Damage, Roofing, Siding, Windows, Drywall, Trim, Decks, Basements, Kitchens, Baths, Additions. Guaranteed call back. Lic.13VH04665400. 609-489-6305. BuildAxis.com

Specializing In Stain Work

609-597-6229

Ceramic Tile LLC

Marble - Natural Stone - Glass Tile Custom Showers • Complete Bathroom Remodels Kitchen Backsplashes Small Jobs & Repairs Welcome

609-296-6906 • 609-618-9031 Fully Insured • Reg/Lic 13VH00054700

NJ LICENSE #6156

SPECIALIZING IN FIBERGLASS, SIDING, VINYL RAILING & DECKS

"WE WILL MATCH OR BEAT ANY COMPETITOR'S WRITTEN ESTIMATE.”* *certain restrictions may apply

NJ REG# 13VH06143700

GEORGE WARR Electrical Contractor

Hardwood ~ Laminate ~ Bamboo ~ Cork

Meter Sockets & Service Cable Replacements Water Heater Elements Installed Ceiling Fans • Dryers Air Conditioning • Circuits Lighting & Remodeling Specialist

Now Offering Waterproof Vinyl Plank Flooring Great for High Traffic Rentals

P.O. Box 182, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006

Visit us at: www.skyrofloors.com

609-494-0927

609.276.9299

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BYRNE PAINTING

Interior/exterior. Power washing. Quality work at reasonable prices. References supplied. 609-494-5626, 609597-8558. Lic.#13VH02045500.

Howard Painting & Staining

PAINTING

POWER WASHING

PAINT & HAMMER

Affordable residential & commercial power washing & deck restoration. Call Jeff, cell 732-597-3467 or 609361-9569.

Interior and Exterior Staining & Painting. Powerwashing. Windows & Doors Installed. Michael Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell. Lic.#13VH05479800. 609-494-3699.

R.J.H. Paint & Stain

Interior & exterior. Give us a call. 609-312-9857. Serving all the Mainland and Long Beach Island.

Interior/exterior, power washing, wall coverings, acoustic spray, small repairs. Owner operated since 1979. Licensed, insured, reliable. 609-597-7763. Lic.#13VH01979900.

Cedar, vinyl, fiberglass, railings, decks, wood restoration, concrete, docks all phases. Insured. Lic#13VH01389600. Call John, 609-494-6175.

PAINTING & POWER WASHING

A ALL H0ME IMPROVEMENTS

A ALL PHASES OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS

POWER WASHERS PLUS

609-367-5176.

EXTERIOR/ INTERIOR

Painting & Paperhanging

609-276-9213

LBIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Finest Power Washer

Professional, prompt, thorough. Commercial & Residential. Window Washing. Call Marke Bednarek, 609-206-6743. Insured, Lic#13VH03436700.

All exterior surfaces. Painting/ Staining. Free estimates. Fully Insured. Lic.#0400399305. 609994-7379.

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FULL TIME LBI residents available 7 days/week 12 months. Interior & Exterior Inspections. Contractor Access. Meet your Deliveries.

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COOKS

Line cook, experienced, high volume, short order, saute, broiler, fryer. Seasonal & year ’round available. LBI area. Call 609-713-4254. DRIVERS - A. Duie Pyle needs operators & company drivers. Regional truckload operations. HOME EVERY WEEKEND! O/O average $1.84/miles. Steady year ’round work. Requires CDL-A, 2 years experience. Call dan: 877-307-4133. Drivers, CDL-A TEAM with TOTAL miles. Equipment, benefits. Hazmat teams, start at .50c/mile OTR and dedicated runs available. 800-9422104, ext. 7307 or 7308. www.Drive4Total.com Drivers- Great pay, quarterly safety bonus. Hometime choices. Steady freight, full or part time. Safe, clean modern trucks. CDL-A, 3 months current OTR experience. 800-4149569. www.driveknight.com Electrician & certified appliance installer needed immediately. Call 609-978-3446.

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SURF CITY FISHERY

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EMPLOYMENT WANTED ATTENTION SEAFOOD LOVERS!

Experienced shellfish shucker for hire. Private parties, caterers & restaurants. Raw clam & oyster specialist. Reasonable rates. Call Mike 609-276-2704.

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Ship Bottom, third from beach, 21st. St. 1BR+ w/porch, sleeps 6, all amenities. C/A, cable, WiFi. Central location! Available immediately. Call 856-6933301. A FEW WEEKS OPEN. Nor th Beach, 2nd from beach, cozy 3bedroom duplex, deck, WiFi, badges included. 6/23-6/30, 7/7-7/14, 7/ 28-8/11, $1,295-$1,495/week. Owner 732-383-8108 or aufderhar@comcast.net

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Beach Haven West, 3BR, 1BA ranch, 30ft. on water with dock and fenced yard. W/D, DW, A/C, WiFi, O/S, ground level deck. 5 minutes to LBI. Available 7/14-7/21, 8/25-9/ 1, $950/week.

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Contact Sheila at 609-709-1674 or sk4lbirealestate@aol.com Beach Haven West, lagoon front, 3-bedroom home. Dock, grill, full cable. Availabe 6/15-6/30, $800/ week; 7/1-7/21, $1,100/week. Winter rental available. 973-479-7826. Beach Haven, 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo. First off bay. C/A, W/D, DW. June, $800/week; July/Aug., $1,200/week. Pet friendly. Please Call 973-787-7611. Beach Haven Crest, bayside, 3BR, 1BA, first floor duplex. Sleeps 8. 4 badges. Deck, porch, grill. 8/3-8/ 10, $1,000/week. 646-496-2406. Beach Haven Gardens, second floor duplex, 2 bedrooms (sleeps 46). Available 8/18-8/25, $1,000/ week. Sept., $500/week, $1,500/ month (includes Chowderfest). Call 856-577-0371. www.3000balticlbi.com Brant Beach, oceanside, 2BR, sleeps 6, A/C, cable TV, fully equipped kitchen. No pets. $1,000/ week, call for availability. 215-2571615. Brant Beach duplexes, 3rd & 4th from ocean, w/views, 3BR, 1.5BA, sleeps 8, $2,040/week. Also: 2BR duplex, sleeps 6, $1,100/week. All units w/amenities, badges. 609361-8987. www.VRBO.com/141162 Brant Beach, 5 large bedrooms, 2BA, TV room, patio, garden. 2.5 blocks from beach. Sat.-Sat., 7/7-7/ 14, 7/14-7/21, $2,800/week. Mon.Fri. special, $1,400. 609-655-7623. wclopp@comcast.net www.lbibrantbeachhouse.com Brant Beach, 3-bedroom, second floor duplex, amenities, off-street parking. $830/week. NO PETS. 609-361-4662.

BRANT BEACH

CLEAN, 2 bedrooms, new kitchen, many amenities. Weekly July/Aug., from $750. 973-635-6292. www.wix.com/lamadsen/lbirental-brant-beach Brant Beach, pristine condo, ‘‘Ocean Pearl,’’ sleeps 4, A/C, W/D. $995/week, 7/21-7/28, 8/11-9/1. Call Donna, 609-393-2885, 609802-3882. View pictures thesandpaper.net Brant Beach, 4-bedroom, 2-bath cape w/2 kitchens. Near BBYC. Great location. Satellite TV, WiFi, badges. Available weekly, $1,500/ week. Call 845-598-1988. Brighton Beach, LBI. Updated, immaculate, oceanside, large, 2-bedroom apartment (sleeps 6), nine houses from beach. June, $1,000/ week; July/Aug., $1,350/week, includes internet. No pets/smoking. 917-763-2559. View pictures thesandpaper.net Cedar Bonnet Island (southside), 2-bedroom, 1-bath cottage, sleeps 4. Bay views, W/D, A/C, cable TV. No pets. Monthly/bi-weekly. 609492-8637.

FARRENY’S FAMILY RV PARK & BOAT BASIN

10 minutes to LBI. Walking distance to town or bayfront amenities. Victorian style Shore house privately set on a Sea Captain Estate. 2-3BR, reversed living/w upper deck, cathedral ceiling & open floor plan. C/A, W/D, cable, grill. Available 6/29-9/8. $8,000/ season, $1,000/week. Call 609488-0526. Holgate, 2-bedroom, 1-bath cottage (sleeps 6), second from beach. July/Aug. 856-296-0423 or website shoresummerrentals.com Search rental ID #2072.

INGROUND POOL

Brighton Beach bayfront, 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths. Weeks available: 8/25, 9/8, 9/15. Call 908-2950509. www.sunsetbayhouse.com

Loveladies #99B LB Blvd.

Oceanside, pool, sleeps 12. 9/8, $5,200; 9/15, $4,900; 9/22, 9/29, $4,500.

Loveladies, lagoon-front home, 3 bedrooms, sleeps 8. Cable, Wi-Fi, beach parking and badges. Pets welcome. $3,500/week. Please call 201-914-1997. OCEANBLOCK, Ship Bottom, 5th from beach. 2BR, sleeps 4-6, A/C, washer/dryer. Great location. 8/38/10, 8/24-8/31, 9/7 on, $900$1,000/week. 609-597-9151, 609709-2723. Peahala Park duplex– 2BR, 1BA & 3BR, 1BA. Completely renovated, DW, W/D, A/C, gas grill, O/S, deck. $650-$1,150/week. 201-739-3914. www.lbihouseforrent.com Peahala Park duplex, upstairs 2 bedrooms, sleeps 6. Downstairs, 3 bedrooms, sleeps 8. Close to beach. Good condition. Available weekly. 609-268-1719, email mrappraisal@comcast.net Ship Bottom, oceanblock. Weekly: 3- & 5-bedroom houses and 1- & 3bedroom apartments. No pets/ smoking. Off-street parking. Call 609-661-1199. Ship Bottom bayfront, sleeps 4-5, badges included, cable, A/C. Available 7/7, 8/11, 8/18, $950/week. 856-546-1413. Ship Bottom, spacious, first floor, 3BR. Immaculate, near everything. Available July, $1,200/week (Sun.Sun.), badges included. For more info, call 609-361-0948. Surf City, 1 from bay w/full view. 3BR, 1.5BA duplex. Sleeps 8. W/D, A/C, deck. 1 block from park, tennis, boating. Available weekly beginning in April. No pets/smoking. 908-456-2372. Surf City, 3-bedroom duplex. All amenities, oceanblock, steps to beach. Available 6/16-6/23, 8/25-9/ 1, 9/8-9/15, 9/15-9/22. 609-5978803 or email: McCruddenOwen@comcast.net Surf City, oceanside, spacious, first floor, 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment. Sleeps 6. A/C, flat-panel TV, W/D, O/S, grill, yard. Close to everything! $1,500/week. 908-6927950.

www.FarrenysLBI.com 2 Summer seasonal lots available! Harvey Cedars, 5BR, 3BA, one house from ocean, spectacular views, A/C, W/D, O/S, gas grill, internet, all amenities. June-Oct., $1,000-$4,000/week. 201-4101486.

Surf City. First floor, 3BR, 1BA, $1,250/week. Second floor, 3BR, 2BA, $1,450/week. Both have LR, kitchen, A/C throughout. Walk to bay & beach. Available now-Labor Day. Pictures available. 908-6562048.

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81st St. Fri.-Tues., 1BR or 2BR, deck, $440-$465. PET FRIENDLY. 609-494-7695 or check website uptonshorerental@aol.com

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Loveladies #85C LB Blvd.

Last-Minute Special! 6/23-6/30, $3,500. Oceanside, sleeps 10. 9/ 22, $1,350; 9/29, $1,050; 10/6, $900. 610-417-6119 or email kstacy33@yahoo.com www.shore4rent.com

Surf City, 232 North First St. Lovely 2-bedroom Cape Cod, A/C, WiFi, badges, many amenities. 6/23, 6/ 30, 7/7, $1,000/week. Fall dates: 9/ 8, 9/15, 9/22, $600/week. 609-7600846, 856-234-4914.

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SHIP BOTTOM strip store available immediately. 609-290-1272, 609-494-2420. Ship Bottom office for rent, $450/ month, includes utilities. Call Beach Haven Auto, 609-494-0535, Mon.Sat., 9am-5pm & Sun., 9am-1pm. Ship Bottom, 1,200 sq.ft. expandable to 2,000+ sq.ft. Display windows, 7 parking spaces, corner location. Office, medical, retail, cafe. Close to Causeway. 732-2362185.

Stafford Forge Business Park

Contractor’s Office/Workshop for rent. 1,100-14,000 sq.ft. Will divide. 609-294-4990. SURF CITY– RETAIL/OFFICE. Boulevard location, high traffic area. A/C, heat. Clean & sunny. Private customer parking lot.

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COMMERCIAL FOR SALE Bakery for sale, beach block, on LBI. Turn-key operation. For more details call 609-276-1348. Tuckerton, turnkey 4-in-1 business available. Ice cream, coffee, bagel, deli. Includes equipment, inventory, the works! Ready for next level. Great location, parking. Call Cyndy Friedland at Oceanside Realty, 609-290-5040.

GARAGE FOR RENT North Beach location, 1-car garage, 11ft.Wx20ft.L, for car or boat only. $125/month till Oct., negotiable. Call 609-276-6555.

LOTS FOR SALE Manahawkin, 1-acre lot on desirable Beachview Ave. Underground utilities already installed. Price reduced. Call Don Diorio, 609-7092483.

MOBILE HOMES LBI Trailer Park has homes for sale, 1/2 block from ocean. ALSO, we have RV sites for rent. Call 609492-9151.

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HELP WANTED Help needed, Brant Beach, $10/ hour, 10am-? Lifting, light cleaning. Also need reliable, waterer/weeder for very early mornings, 3Xs/week/ summer. Own transportation. 609494-5088, 602-663-3303.


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HOUSES FOR SALE Beach Haven Gardens, oceanside, double lot. Large cape with second floor apartment & detached garage. FSBO, $739,000. Call 609-7139661. Gorgeous 4,000 sq.ft. Waterfront Home in Sweetwater, NJ. Geothermal heat, 150ft. bulkhead. Call 609-965-4795 for more information, or visit www.mullicariverhomes.com Holgate, Farreny’s Trailer Park. 38ft. mobile home w/double slide out, heat/air, deck, O/S shower, all furnishings/dishes, etc. $25,000. 609-209-6179.

CONDO FOR SALE Bayview Condominiums, Beach Haven. Spectacular sunsets, 2BR, 2BA, second floor. 42ft. dock. REDUCED, $429,000. FSBO 914388-4429. View: FSBO.com/154978 LENDER ORDERED LIQUIDATION SALE! Southwest Florida. Brand new condo 2BR, 2BA, GARAGE, only $99,900. Same unit sold for $295K! gorgeous new 1300sf. condo. All appliances, granite counters, more. Excellent financing. Ask about our fly-n-buy program. Call now 877-526-3631, ext. 439.

REAL ESTATE SERVICES Wanted: 2nd mortgage, secured by extensively remodeled Peahala Park home. $45,000 for one year at 10% interest. Hale, 480-967-6000.

YEAR ROUND RENTALS BARTLETT LANDING

Convenient/Comfor table, 2BR, 2BA, fully applianced. Call or stop in today. Our team is eager to help make you feel ‘‘at home.’’

June Special!

Move in by 6/30/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2404. Beach Haven Park, oceanside, first floor, furnished, 1BR. Gas F/P, A/ C, water/sewer included. No smoking. Starts Oct., $1,250/month + gas/electric. 856-858-0119. jmcogan617@verizon.net Beach Haven Gardens, 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath house, gas heat, hot tub. $2,250/month + utilities. Available 9/1. By appointment only, Sun. & Mon. 845-661-2105. L.E.H. 2BR, 1BA, gas heat, C/A, W/D, fenced-in yard. $1,100/month + 1.5 months security. Call 609339-0862. LEH, Tall Timbers, 2BR, 2.5BA townhome, $1,175/month + utilities. Ranch, 3BR, 2BA, $1,400/month + utilities. MANAHAWKIN, adult 55+ 1BR, $850/month + utilities, no pets/smoking. We are in need of rental properties. Please contact us if you are considering renting your property. Home Alliance Realty, 609-978-9009. Manahawkin, off Route 9. 4-bedroom home for rent. $1,900/month. Call 609-978-0625. Mystic Island waterfront, 3-bedroom ranch, 719 Twin Lakes Blvd. Bulkhead, great area. Credit check, references, $1,250/month plus utilities. 973-334-3468, 973-789-6863. NEW GRETNA, 2BR & 1BR apartments. Heat supplied. Rent starts at $800/month. No pets. Call 609978-0964. Surf City, bayside, 2nd floor. 2BR + office, LR, kitchen, full bath, W/D, front deck. Clean, no pets/smoking. $1,100/month + utilities, 1.5 months security. Available 6/22. 609-698-1578.

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BOATS FOR SALE

BOATS FOR SALE

VILLAGE ON THE GREEN

REWARD: $1,000! Missing 15ft. white fiberglass Heritage Skiff w/ dual rowing tracks w/seats. If found, please call 609-494-1866, 856-661-4505 or 267-979-3944.

18ft. 1959 Thompson classic runabout, fully restored. 1998 Tohatsu 45 O/B. Trailer needs fender. $3,500/OBO. Brant Beach. Call 609-618-1906. (View picture81029 online)

22ft. 1982 O’Day 22 sailboat. Ready to launch. Located in Ship Bottom. $1,500/OBO. Please call 856-520-3490.

PERSONALS

18ft. 2000 Sea Ray Bowrider, 3.0L inboard engine w/power lift, seats 8. DF, AM/FM radio, full cover w/bimini top, trailer. $8,900. 609-9780178.

TUCKERTON APARTMENTS Luxury 1BR & 2BR, spacious, gourmet kitchen, mini blinds, fully applianced.

June Special!

Move in by 6/30/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2424.

ROOMS FOR RENT Ocean Acres, room AND loft w/private full bath. Walk to lake beach, park, tennis/basketball courts and golf course. $700/month utilities included. 732-616-2396, Rose.

SHARE HOME LEH, directly off Parkway, full use of large house. Storage available. Must love dogs. No smoking. $750/ month. 609-709-2659. Looking for person to share my Manahawkin home, $750/month plus security. Utilities & cable included. For more info, call 973439-0662.

ROOMMATE WANTED Little Egg Harbor, nice and new, furnished room w/full bath and kitchen access. References and security required. $700/month. 609-296-8451.

WINTER RENTALS Loveladies, lagoon front, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, fully furnished. $1,500/month + utilities. No pets/smoking. Available 9/15-6/15. 732-598-9601.

AUTO REMOVAL

CASH PAID

For your unwanted cars & trucks. TOP DOLLAR PAID. FREE TOWING. Call daytime 609-268-0365, eve. 609-268-0558.

AUTO DETAILING SMILE’s Mobile Detail Service

We Come to You! Car/Truck/SUV Wash, Polish, Wax Service. LBI & Manahawkin. 609-207-8143.

AUTOS FOR SALE 2000 Intrepid 3.2 V-6, full power, moon roof. 1 owner, many new parts. 137K miles, runs/looks good. BHW. $2,700. 215-528-1980. 2001 Jeep Wrangler. 4 cylinder, 5speed manual. Low milage, 39,000. Asking $10,000. Call 609-6183208. 2002 Chevy Impala LS, black w/ spoiler & tan leather interior, sunroof. Great condition. No scratches, dents or odors. Fully loaded, 6 cylinder, very well maintained, asking $4,495/OBO. Call Greg 302423-7122. 2008 Mercury Sable, only 18,000 miles. V-6, leather, mint condition. Garaged in Barnegat Township. $13,000/OBO. Call 610-745-2511.

Beautifully shaped inside & out female is looking for same type of male. 38-46 years. Marriage minded a must. Call 609-549-5957. DAD, We had a great Father’s Day together. Thanks for being grill master at my party and for letting me be Daddy’s little girl forever and always. Love, Maggie MAGGIE, We are so very proud of you! Happy Birthday and Graduation. ‘‘Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you imagine’’. Love always, Mom and Dad SandPaper PERSONALS are FREE! All free personals should be limited to 20 words or less, with no more than two submissions per individual. A box c/o The SandPaper will be assigned upon request for a charge of $1.50. Only ads of a non-commercial nature may be placed at no cost. Please mail or bring your personals to our office prior to the deadline for personals and all classified ads, Tues., 10am.

PERSONAL WATERCRAFT 15ft. Sea•Doo hardbottom inflatable. Needs motor work. Trailer included. $500 firm. 609-492-4996. 1997 Sea•Doo Waverunner GTI w/ trailer. Needs some work. Best offer. Located in Surf City. Please call 609-432-6791. 2002 STX900 Kawasaki Wave Runner. Runs, but needs work. $600/OBO. Located in Loveladies. Please call 732-598-9601.

BOATS FOR SALE 8ft. inflatable dinghy, never titled, $400. 6hp, 4-cycle Mercury outboard available, no hours, $800. 609-492-4401. 10ft. 2in. rigid, inflatable dinghy. Complete with motor, trailer, cover, & foot pump. 610-679-1079. 14ft. Cape Dory Handi Cat Catboat. 2hp Honda outboard. All woodwork refinished, new lines, fresh bottom paint, ready to sail, $8,000. 908-962-2289. 16ft. 2005 Sea•Doo Sportster, 215hp Vtec. Located in Middletown, pickup only. $10,500/OBO. Please call 732-500-3670. 16ft. Hobie Cat sailboat, 2008, with trailer. Excellent condition. Sails and trampoline in excellent shape. Used very little. $6,900. 201-9161212. 16ft. Starcraft Seafarer, 30hp Yamaha O/B, galvanized Long trailer, many extras. $2,900. Call 609-597-1956.

AUTOS WANTED

17ft. 1982 Starcraft Bowrider. Seats 6, 115hp Evinrude, new canvas, trailer included. Marina maintained. $2,400. Please call Steve 609-462-7219.

A CAR DONATION HELPS SICK KIDS! Donate your car to SONGS OF LOVE. Featured on NBC (Today Show), CNN. Tax deductible. All kinds of vehicles accepted. 888-909-SONG (7664). songsoflove.org

17ft. 1985 Anniversary Edition O’Day daysailer, $2,250. Perfect condition, garage kept. Hull is water tight, main & jib sails perfect. 3.5hp motor, bench cushions and life preservers all included. Call 609-744-3579.

DONATE your car, truck or boat to HERITAGE for the BLIND. FREE 3 day vacation, tax deductible, FREE towing, ALL paperwork taken care of. 888-438-1090.

17ft. 2009 Compac Suncat, many factory options, trailer, 6hp Mercury 4 stroke. Like new. $14,900/ OBO. 609-296-2167. (View picture81024 online)

Honda, Toyota, Nissans, SUVs and Jeeps. All vehicles WANTED. 2001 and UP. Top Cash Paid. 24 hour CASH pick-up. Any condition. 732-496-1633.

17ft. Boston Whaler Nauset, 1973. This is for the classic boat lover. Excellent condition, original mahogany CC. 1975 Johnson 85hp. Low hours. Fresh water, garage stored. $11,800. 508-221-3475. (View picture81037 online)

LOST/FOUND LOST: Woman’s gold dolphin ring, in Manahawkin Shop-Rite on 6/13. Sentimental! If found, please call 609-492-3749.

17ft. Newport Daysailer w/cuddy cabin and aluminum trailer, $900/ OBO. Optional 5hp Honda 4 stroke, $600. In Holgate. Call 908510-8464.

18ft. SEASWIRL STRIPER, 1996. 130hp, CC, trailer. Professionally maintained w/records, ready to go. Must see! $5,500. 609-494-5152. 19.5ft. 2005 Stingray I/O Bowrider w/trailer. 4.3 Mercruiser, 190hp. Well equipped & maintained. Great on gas. Asking $10,300. 215-8529737. 1959 Beaton 15ft. Barnegat Bay sailing sneakbox, totally restored. Very good condition. Many extras. $4,000. Located LBI. Please call 609-312-8263. 19ft. 1975 Rhodes (O’Day) fiberglass sailboat w/centerboard. Great bay boat. Engine available. Trailer, full sails. Safe & stable. $2,900/OBO. Bill, 513-254-3833. 19ft. O’Day Mariner, w/2 sets of sails, trailer. $1,600/OBO. Can be seen at Marina at Barnegat Light. If interested, 973-335-4104. 2000 Robalo 2640, 296 hours. Professionally maintained, all service records. Furano color depth finder, Garmin color GPS, Icon radio. New full enclosure canvas, refrigerator, shore power. Enclosed flush toilet, 2 showers, 2 sinks, raw water wash down, live well. Twin Merc 150 digital Optimax engines. $30,000. 609-597-7373. 2007 Sea Ray 205 Sport w/220hp Mercruiser, low hours. Used only 3 months a year. Pristine shape. On LBI. $22,000. 561-998-9200, ext. 205. 2008 Sea•Doo, 3 seater, RXTX. At Spor tsman’s Marina, Beach Haven. Great condition. Garage kept. Asking $8,499. Call Mike, 609-492-7931. 20ft. 1988 Sea Ray, Merc 4.3 Alpha, with trailer. Looks great, runs good. Located Beach Haven. $3,000. 973-667-9211, 973-5921934. 20ft. Wellcraft cuddy, ’86 Yamaha 200HP outboard, plus trailer. $2,000. 609-661-0145. Ready for fishing! 21ft. 1998 Sea Ray Bowrider, 250hp Mercruiser, good condition, low hours. Professionally maintained, captains’ chairs, AM/FM/ CD. Includes Load Rite double-axle trailer, bimini top, mooring & storage covers, full Coast Guard package. $8,900. In water, LBI. 609709-8335. (View picture81028 online) 21ft. Century w/cuddy cabin, 470 Mercrusier I/O, fresh-water cooled, AM/FM radio, VHS, CB, DF, portapotty, teak swim platform, $1,000. 609-597-7898. 22ft. 1973 Morgan Sloop. Yamaha 8hp, 4-stroke w/10 hours. Good sails, many accessories. $3,000/ OBO ($2,000 without engine). For more info 609-978-0921. (View picture81031 online)

22ft. 2001 Angler CC Fisherman. 200hp Merc, GPS/DF, VHF, swim platform, trailer. Marina maintained. $11,500. Located LEH. Call 609296-6227. 22ft. Tanzer sailboat w/cradle & trailer. Great bay/family boat. 9.9 Evinrude, low hours, clean. Asking $2,200. 215-745-6598. 25ft. 1972 Bertram hardtop, twin 165 Mercruiser stern drives, F/W cooled, hydraulic steering, 120 gallon fuel capacity. Best offer. 609597-5816. 25ft. 1994 Crownline CR250. Runs great. Full head, kitchen w/stove, microwave & refrigerator, rear berth, front fold-down table to double bed, rear wash down & swim platform, bimini top, trailer. Asking $8,500. On LBI. 267-304-2723. (View picture81035 online) 26ft. 1981 Paceship sailboat, diesel inboard. Draft 31in., 6ft.1in. head room. In water, Surf City. $8,000. 609-494-5090 or 215-801-4684. 26ft. 1994 Wahoo 2600 EFS center console w/T-Top. twin 22hp Yamaha 2-stroke. Garmin electronics. Ready to fish! $24,800. 973-7251069. (View picture81036 online) 26ft. Shamrock Predator, 1986. Repowered 2001, 560 hours, fresh-water cooled. New manifolds and exhaust. DF, GPS, radio. $7,500. 610-888-9526. 30ft. 2004 Grady White Marlin w/ twin 225 Yamaha 4-stroke. Loaded, plus Raymarine C120 & Smart Pilot, Apelco VHF. See at Somers Point Marina. Reduced to $89,500. 609-927-5900 Jim Pielko. (View picture81033 online) 34ft. 1984 Silverton w/twin 270hp Crusaders, 600 hours. 1 owner. Marina maintained. Sleeps 6. Head & shower, AC/heat, appliances, fresh water system, salt water washdown, 2 depthfinders, 2 VHF radios, 2 bilge pumps, GPS, bilge sniffer, 4 batteries/switches, battery charger, outriggers/Rupp Jr., full enclosure, Coast Guard package, cockpit spotlights, Windlass, Halon fire system, transom ladder. $16,500/OBO. In Beach Haven. 856-768-2003. 34ft. 2005 Silverton Flybridge Convertible. Twin 8.1 Crusader Engines, 130 hours, 7.5kw Kohler generator. GPS, radar, many extras. $150K Firm. No brokers. Contact Brian 267-250-1322.

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FULL SERVICE MARINA BOATS/ JET SKIS/ TRAILERS/ BOAT HAULING TRAVEL LIFT/SPRING SERVICES/ BOTTOM PAINT Complete REPAIR & SERVICES at your dock or our shop. I/O-O/B ENGINE/ OUTDRIVE rebuild or replacements.

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I Want To Paint Your Bottom! Boat Hauling Cer tified Mechanics •Detailing •Gelcoat Restoration •Dock Lines. Captain Brazill’s Marine. 609-494-7200. www.lbiboatcap.com

BOAT HAULING Boat hauling, bottom painting and spring launches. Ship Bottom Boat Towing since 1986. 609-978-7757. Follow us on Facebook. www.Shipbottomboattow.com

SLIPS & STORAGE 40ft. slip on LBI. Bathrooms, showers, pool, ample parking. Also house for rent, Lake Harmony (Poconos, Pa.), w/lake access. 609-970-3782. Beach Haven, Sportsman’s Marina. Floating boat slips available. Also Jet Ski docks. Full service. Call 609-492-7931 or 609-492-5663. Grand Bay Harbor, Waretown. 12ft.x30ft. slip. Full electric, pool. Easy access to ocean. Available now through Dec., $1,000. Call 732-925-3218. Shelter Harbor Marina, Beach Haven. $1,800/SEASON (through 10/15/12). 12th St. dock. 13ft.x24ft. Pool included, utilities available. Central location! 804-559-5062.

BOAT MOTORS

KAYAK RENTALS

BOAT DETAILING

ACME Kayak and Standup Paddle Boards

GIRLS & BOUYS Boat Cleaning & Detailing. ‘‘We Swab the Deck So You Don’t Have To.’’ Competitive Prices. 609-276-7549.

Sales •Sunset Tours •Rentals Family fun for all ages. Beginners welcome. We deliver. Complete SUP Package $499. 84th St. on LBI...609-492-5150. acmebeachandbike.com

BOAT ACCESSORIES BAYVIEW CANVAS

Boat Canvas– custom fabrication and repair. All types enclosures, covers, upholstery, marine carpeting, residential canvas. 609-276-2720. www.bayviewcanvaslbi.com

Mobile Professional Boat Detailing & Bottom Painting. Affordable, reliable, experienced. Serving LBI and Manahawkin. Call 609-713-9840.

MARINE CONSTRUCTION STACK’S PILINGS & DOCKS LLC

•Bulkheading •Boat Lifts •Floating Docks •Davits. Free estimates. Fully insured. Reg./ Lic.#13VH03247500

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SAIL REPAIRS

Fujinon Third Generation Image Stabilizing Binoculars Techno-Stabi 14x40. Outstanding optics, totally waterproof. Great for a moving sailboat, power yacht, a must for serious fishing boats. Packaged in a Pelican waterproof hard case. All for $550. Call Joe 609-384-2017.

ATTENTION SAILOR: Sail repairs, new sails, boom covers, windows, cushions. Rigging replacements. CDI furlers. Will pickup & deliver. 609-294-2457, Aggie.

Hi-Tide 9,000lb. aluminum boat lift, 120 volt, 30 amp, requires 4 pilings. Excellent condition. $2,000/OBO. 609-494-2077.

Customized Shrouds, Mast Rigging, Swaging, Nicro Pressing. 609-217-3628, Carl Reitinger. carlsriggingllc@comcast.net

Docks • Davits • Vinyl Bulkheading Decks • Repair Work Fully Insured • Free Estimates

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T & K Marine Construction Inc. Specializing in Bulkheads Docks Barge Service

House Pilings Boat Lifts Local Permits

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