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I Always Blanch My Truffles, Don’t You?

Rules Go Too Far To the Editor: Summertime in Surf City – it’s what we think about all winter long. Now, being a parent, my enjoyment is watching my son on the beach. He loves the water, making sandcastles and chasing those darn sea gulls. On a recent windy day while at the beach, we brought out the kite. With no one around us, it would be a fun activity. Not today. Not in Surf City. We were told by a badge checker that during the 10-5 hours, no kite playing is allowed at all. Although no signs were posted, it was “one of the rules.” What? Really? Try telling a 2-year-old that a kite would not be allowed. Flying a kite is as American as apple pie. I placed a call to borough hall. The operator stated that “it was dangerous”! She referred me to the police department. I politely declined to bother Surf City’s finest. What’s next? The width of my beach chair is too big? My umbrella covers too much sand! No throwing a ball – oops, that’s not allowed either! It’s 2012. I do understand the need for rules. But when are we going too far? Let’s have fun at the beach again. It’s what our kids look forward to. Fun on the beach in Surf City – is that asking too much? Patrick Myers Surf City

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Toxic Shock To the Editor: I am writing in response to the “SingleUse Plastics Beget Lasting Issue” article (6/27). Thank you for being passionate about this issue. I honestly believe that a very small percentage care to do what is genuinely needed to solve the problems we face concerning the environment and our well-being. In addition to all that you stated, estrogens leach into our ground water from all of the plastics in our landfill. And what I find most upsetting is the “witches brew” we are all concocting on a daily basis when we dump our various medications in the trash or down the drain. And then to top it off there are car and boat batteries, paint and paint thinners and a multitude of toxic cleaners, bug sprays and such. Somehow, we humans are quite selfish. If we have a short-term benefit, we don’t care about the long-term loss. We buy indiscriminately things we think we need without checking the finest of print on the tiniest of warning labels. If it says anywhere “toxic to humans, other mammals or fish,” put it down and do not buy it. Period. And if you really want to do something good for the environment, write to the company that manufactures the item, the Environmental Protection Agency and your local and state representatives. It is a fact: We need clean water to survive. And if we all think it is always someone else’s responsibility to provide that clean water when we turn on our kitchen faucets, then we are not only selfish but also irresponsible. Choosing to buy a ton of cute recycled plastic shopping bags does not absolve any of us from making other important decisions about our well-being and the environment, which are so inextricably entwined. Mary Ann Cardellino Barnegat Light

By ISOBEL L. LIVINGSTONE minor miracle occurred today right in my kitchen. The cake I made actually rose. I should tell you that many of my cakes have been mistaken for hockey pucks by the New York Rangers, so you will understand the euphoria that pervaded my soul. Every now and then I rise to culinary heights that absolutely astonish me. Fair is fair, though, and I must admit that my cooking skills often leave much to be desired. Consequently, I have had to resort to various clever strategies to avert murder in the kitchen and mayhem in the scullery. (I actually know very little about sculleries, but I thought mentioning the scullery would add a classy retro touch to the discussion at hand.) What are these clever strategies? you ask. Let me share some of my best: First, commit this line to heart: What happens in the kitchen stays in the kitchen. No one but you need ever know that the turkey took a dive and landed on the floor on its way to the platter, that half the pasta ended up in the sink or that many of the green beans stuck to the pot. Second, at dinner parties, steer the conversation to food topics, the more esoteric the better. For example, “Isn’t it amazing how a splash of cognac makes glazed carrots sing?” or “Do you prefer your endive braised or lightly sauteed?” or “It’s so important to blanch one’s truffles, don’t you agree?” Third, use foreign names whenever possible. Why serve eggplant when you can serve aubergine? Fourth, invest in cooking gadgets galore, and don’t hesitate to talk about them. “You simply must have a ricer” or “I couldn't live without my mandolin.” Note: If some wag should ask if you play your mandolin in an orchestra, give him a withering look and move on to the next strategy. Fifth, beware of potluck suppers. They can expose your cooking deficiencies in a matter of minutes. If faced with such a scary prospect, don’t ever ask, “What can I bring?” Continued on Page 8

Unsafe Celebration To the Editor: Once again our family has survived another July 4th in spite of the usual onslaught of illegal, do-it-yourself fireworks displays. These begin the weekend before the 4th and continue well after the holiday. It is difficult to determine which worry is greater: that the house will catch fire, or that our dogs will come to serious harm from the terror they experience with every explosion.

Or perhaps, it is that a tragedy will occur and the township will be liable for not adequately enforcing state and local laws prohibiting the use of such devices. New Jersey’s Explosives and Fireworks Act, Title 21:3-1, states, “The sale, exposure for sale, use, distribution or possession of fireworks or pyrotechnics in the state of New Jersey, except as hereinafter provided, is hereby declared by the legislature to be against the public health, safety and welfare of the people Continued on Page 8

On Long Beach Island Everything Is Relative By MARC LIPMAN instein formulated in his Theory of Relativity that time varies, depending on the observer. This is very apparent at the shore, although many observations seem to contradict his theory. For example, he stated that time slows down as you move faster. This is obviously incorrect. For the weekender driving down the Garden State Parkway Friday evening, creeping along at 10 mph, time almost seems to stop. But when you get to the shore and spend the weekend there and go back on Sunday, the 48 hours seem to have flown by. The five minutes needed to get to the Barnegat Light beach tram before its last run seems to shrink to milliseconds. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term, the beach tram is a tractor and wagon that takes people, and their collection of beach chairs and toys, between the lifeguard area and the various beach access points, running throughout the day. During the day there are typically a few families each trip taking advantage of this service; it would be a quar-

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ter- to a half-mile walk otherwise. However, on the last return run of the day, the wagon is packed two or three deep, with beach chairs hanging out on both sides. Every now and then it comes to a stop, due to the load and the slippery sand, and some people have to get off until it starts moving again. Time for the shore host (me) also varies according to the length of stay of the guests. As some guests approach the end of their three-day visit, time slows to a crawl. It seems like they have been there all summer. Sometimes I need a break; I go out to water the plants in the garden. One time last year I was watering plants in the pouring rain. Another example of the relativity of time has to do with the expected arrival time of some of my closest relatives. I know that a certain one lives exactly one hour and 50 minutes from our house. Therefore, if he says he is on his way and he should be here in about an hour and a half, I should be cautious. I know that the statement “I am on my way” means that he is loading the car and will be leaving in about 20 minutes, stopping at two

places along the way. If we hold dinner for him, we may starve to death waiting for him to arrive. Einstein stated that massive objects would warp space-time. Here, he was not quite correct. Sunglasses, socks, sandals and jewelry are certainly not massive objects. But as guests prepare to leave, these objects will warp the area of space-time in their room so as to be invisible. Shortly after the guests leave, they will become visible again. This time is inversely proportional to the value of the object and the effort needed to return the object. Einstein also determined that matter and energy were related and that one could be converted to the other. An example of this is the child who has enough energy to bring his sand chair, Boogie Board, pails and shovels to the beach but not enough energy to bring them back. Apparently this energy has been converted to an increase in his mass, although this may be due to the soda, candy, cookies and chips he consumed Continued on Page 18


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To the Editor: Quality of life is at the heart of the problem on Centre Street in Beach Haven. Screaming, cursing drunks coming down the street as the bars close, people coming up onto your porch and damaging your railings, urinating on your door and furniture, falling into shrubs and flowers and vomiting on your walkway is not what I had in mind when I made the decision to live in what I thought was a nice town. We on Centre Street have a problem that’s not going away, and I believe that our elected officials have an obligation to residents to explain why such lawlessness prevails in a town that by day seems the idyllic place to live but by night is a scene from some cheap downtrodden honky-tonk shore town. I wonder how fast the response would be if our elected officials were wakened at 2 a.m. every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. I’m sure if this problem were occurring with regularity outside their own homes, it would be dealt with swiftly. My wife and I worked hard all our lives to get where we are, as most of our neighbors have, and to see our town tolerate this ongoing problem leads me to believe that perhaps it’s

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not our police department that is responsible for Beach Haven’s decline but rather the bar owners and politicians who have a different vision of what Beach Haven should be. I am entitled to no less quality of life than someone living on 10th Street or Coral Street. Our police officers know and understand the problem we are having. Mayor Giuliani in New York City let the NYPD enforce the law rather than pander to the lawbreakers and it turned the city around. Bar owners and politicians should get out the way of our police officers and let them do their job. Only then will Centre Street do a turnaround. Our neighbors were criticized in The SandPaper by Jim White, who claimed they were dragging Beach Haven down by complaining about the situation in the paper. He suggests we complain to our elected officials and police instead. Since we’ve been doing that for years, what should we do now? I would like to remind Mr. White of Edmund Burke’s words: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” It’s time for our elected officials to work for the residents of our town and not for the scofflaws who break our laws and damage our quality of life. This doesn’t happen in Spring Lake or Sea Girt. They both have bars, but their police are “allowed” to enforce the laws. Tom McGonigal Beach Haven Continued on Page 14

Continued from Page 6 Instead, think preemptive strike and, clapping your hands gaily, quickly cry, “Let me bring the wine!” Note: If for some reason the party’s being hosted by the local chapter of the WCTU, promptly offer to bring the paper goods instead, always a safe bet. So there you have it. Five easy ways to be a better mediocre cook. And now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go to an MCA meeting. When my turn comes, I will stand proudly and announce, “My name is Isobel, and I’m a mediocre cook.” Y Isobel Livingstone lives in Rahway, N.J. and vacations in Surf City.

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Obama’s childhood and college records sealed?” Democrats were delighted to unearth the details about Mitt, the prep-school bully, and the mainstream media was only too happy to air it. Yet no one seems to be able to find out why documents concerning Obama’s childhood and, most interestingly, his educational career are sealed. On to Ms. Kramer’s analysis of our military presence in foreign countries and claim that the United States is in debt because of “horrendously overblown military cost(s).” She fails to mention additional variables, such as government spending, or specifics behind numbers that simply were meant to shock the reader. In fact, there are fewer than 10 activeduty members in approximately one-third of the countries where the United States has based troops. These include such obscure locales as Mongolia, Nepal, Gabon, Tog and Suriname where humanitarian efforts often are the objective. Interesting fact, as in truth: A much smaller number, only about 10 percent, have more than 1,000 American personnel. Clearly pertinent in today’s foreign policy arena, these countries include Turkey, Bahrain, Djibouti, South Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait. Ms. Kramer also blames our financial mess on unregulated bankers “who should be in jail.” Anyone who breaks the law should be in jail; she is absolutely right. Then why isn’t Jon Corzine, who somehow lost $1.2 billion of investors’ money from MF Global, facing the judicial system instead of bundling donations for Barack Obama? And no library would be complete without a few dozen books written by liberal extremists, such as those cited by Ms. Kramer. There are likely an equal number favoring conservative views. Like Fox News and objective news organizations recommend, gather your information, learn the facts, and “you decide.” I have decided: Mitt Romney and the Continued on Page 12

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To the Editor: Romney doesn’t flip-flop. The current Democratic lexicon is “evolve” to a conclusion. That’s similar to swearing to uphold the Constitution – unless I disagree, then I'll “just do the right thing.” Romney won’t deny nor force women to use contraceptives. His view is this a personal, not federal, decision. His view on Detroit was to allow the U.S. system to function. Dire financial straits should have resulted in utilization of the available U.S. federal court system, not jumping in with U.S. treasury dollars and handing the UAW $26 billion while granting 65 cents on the dollar to private investors. It was also nice to see pointed out that Romney puts his cash in Cayman Island banks that pay more than .01 percent interest, similar to many in Congress (DNC Chairwoman Wassermam Schultz). It’s refreshing to see wise financial decisions on both sides of the aisle. William H. Rickards Ship Bottom

Safer and Better Off? To the Editor: The author of “Sucking America Dry” (7/4) suggests people “watch something other than Faux News.” It appears from the information outlined, the author is not very happy with the views of the current Republican presidential candidate and that perception might well have been formed as a result of watching and listening to the usual negative, anti-conservative views and facts aired by alternative(s) to “Faux News,” which I will call “Foe News.”

At the top of the list of gripes in the letter are abortion, contraception devices and gay marriage. Isn’t it strange that these three take top billing when our country is seriously in debt, approaching $16 trillion, when we are suffering through the worst economic depression since the 1930s, when the unemployment rate continues to exceed 8 percent, when housing values are approaching record lows, when numbers of food stamp recipients are at record high levels, when the citizens of our country have never been more divided, i.e., organized labor vs. non-union, Republican vs. Democrat, rich vs. poor, 1 percent vs. 99 percent, citizens vs. illegal aliens, and when our school systems are failing. The big question is: After more than 3½ years of the Obama government, can you say you and your family are safer and better off today then you were four years ago? Regarding abortion, Romney is undoubtedly a very religious person and certainly must have struggled making a correct choice. Initially he favored the right of a woman to decide but later changed his position and now opposes abortion, favoring a repeal of Roe vs. Wade, and believes the states should determine their own abortion laws. On the other hand, while Obama wants to reduce the number of abortions and impose limits on late-term abortions (an honorable goal), he nevertheless supports the constitutional decision regarding abortions, which many religious organizations and individuals vehemently oppose. The gay marriage controversy is another topic well beyond the interest of the majority of Americans. Obama flip-plopped royally regarding this matter. In 1996 he favored legalizing same sex marriage. In 2004 he modified his stance to support civil unions. In 2008 he came out against same-sex unions and just recently he “evolved” into accepting the legalizing of same-sex marriages. Why not pay more attention to a much larger concern for America, which no one is discussing, the break-up (divorce) of approximately half of all “normal” marriages and the devastating effect that it has on small children and families? And speaking of flip-flops, Obama certainly is in the running for top flop honors. Here are a few of the flip-flopper-in-chief’s reversals: Voted against increasing debt limit, then supported it. Campaigned against Bush tax cuts, then extended all of them. Promised to cut the deficit in half by the end of the first term, then proposed trilliondollar deficits. Vowed the unemployment rate would be below 8 percent if the stimulus was passed, but it broke 10 percent and now stands at 8.2 percent. Continued on Page 16

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Patriotic Americans To the Editor: When my son, Capt. Kory “Zombieâ€? Einreinhofer, a F-15 Strike Eagle ďŹ ghter pilot in the Air Force, came home to LBI for the 4th of July, we saw how wonderful people on LBI really are. We would like to specially thank John and Jude from Beach Haven Fishery for the many kindnesses and great food given to my son over all these years. Fantasy Island honored him on July 1 by having a lovely ceremony and giving the family rides and games and food. Thank you also to Mud City and the Black Whale. We are blessed to live here and be surrounded by such great, patriotic Americans who appreciate the service of our son and all military families. We are truly grateful. Darlene Einreinhofer North Beach Haven

Careful Parking To the Editor: Surf City police are ticketing drivers who park closer than 25 feet to a corner on Long Beach Boulevard. The 25-foot requirement is news to most people who assume a 15-foot buffer is all that is needed. After all, that’s what other Island towns require.

Local businesses such as Tuckerton Lumber have tried to help people by putting up signs warning their customers about the parking rules, but many get socked with hefty tickets anyway. Communications genius Marshall McLuhan is famous for penning the words “the medium is the message.� In this case the medium is a stiff parking ticket, and the message is: If you’re driving through Surf City, don’t bother to stop for shopping or dining. Just keep on driving. This is much to the chagrin and frustration of summer visitors, year-round residents and business people alike. John Wright Surf City

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or many years, Tuckerton petitioned the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to allow the town to re-create a bathing beach at the end of South Green Street adjacent to South Green Street Park. The area was a beach in the 1950s and ’60s but had since returned to salt marsh. In the past, the DEP was loath to allow the transfer of marsh to beach, but lately the agency appears to be more responsive to the wishes of municipalities. Last Wednesday or Thursday, without any permits from the DEP, the borough public works department invited a local contractor to dump a few truckloads of gravel on the marsh to bring back a small section of beach. Tuckerton Mayor Buck Evans said during the first Barnegat Bay Blitz in October that DEP Commissioner Bob Martin had visited Tuckerton, taken a tour of the beach area and indicated to him that permits weren’t necessary for the fill. “The borough owns it and he said we could do what we wanted with our land. As long as we don’t cover more than 4,900 square feet, then we don’t need a permit,” said Evans. “This is what the commissioner wants, access to the water. It still leaves plenty of wetlands.” Evans said the gravel was donated by a local construction company and didn’t cost the borough anything. Also, he said, white beach sand to cover the gravel was already promised by a local mining company, gratis. moved away from the coast by wind, replaced by water that wells up from below. In June, during its first run this year, the glider found much greater mixing of these waters, possibly resulting from certain wind and weather patterns. The glider research connects to a DEPcommissioned study Rutgers is performing to look more closely at marine life on the sea floor, with results indicating that creatures such as invertebrates, mollusks and worms are healthy despite low-oxygen conditions. The study further suggests that waters off New Jersey should not be considered as impaired as a result of low dissolved oxygen, says the DEP. “As it patrols the coast, the Slocum glider Continued on Page 24

On Tuesday, a DEP spokesperson said its Bureau of Coastal Regulation was not aware of the situation at the park and would be making inquiries with the mayor. The borough has no plans for a lifeguard or to post it as a swimming beach. “We were told we had to stay above the high tide mark, and we will. This is just a place to recreate and enjoy the park,” said Evans. “People come from all over to this park. It’s a straight run down Route 539 from Princeton and other points north.” Indeed, on Thursday morning, besides local Tuckerton residents fishing for crabs and snapper blues, there was a family that had driven from Atco. “This is our first time here,” said Michelle Thompson. “We found it on the Internet under ‘Crabbing, New Jersey.’ It was listed as family-friendly because it has bathrooms.” They bought chicken necks in the local grocery and planned on getting lunch somewhere in town, backing up Evans’ assertion that the park with its two small pavilions and the beach were good news economically for Tuckerton. Evans grew up summering in the Tuckerton Beach section of the borough and remembers using the former beach. “We used to water-ski out in the cove and come right into the beach,” he said. “That’s how long ago it was. No one water-skis anymore.” — Pat Johnson

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he Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore have teamed up with the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium to promote rip current awareness via a unique community project. Scouts involved in the project – coordinated by The Jersey Shore Partnership Foundation and funded by JCP&L and TD Bank – visit towns along the state’s coastline, from Sandy Hook to Cape May; take inventory of posted rip current signs provided to towns by NJSGC; and place Quick Response bar codes on the signs to help educate beachgoers about rip current dangers. When scanned with a smartphone or iPad, the bar code connects users to the rip current pages of NJSGC’s website, which includes a video showing how to recognize and escape from rips. There have already been a number of drownings in Jersey Shore towns this summer, most linked to rip currents, narrow and powerful bands of water moving away from shore. According to the U.S. Lifesaving Association, rips are the leading surf-related hazard for all beachgoers. More than “100 drownings due to rip currents occur every year in the United States,” The Weather Channel states on its website, weather.com, and “more than 80 percent of water rescues on surf beaches are due to rip currents.” As part of a special community service project proposed by The Jersey Shore Partnership Foundation last summer, NJSGC partnered with Stevens Institute of Technology to design and offer several education programs about rip currents to the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore. The Girl Scout participants then planned their own rip current awareness activities and shared them in their communities and with their peers. Their efforts include a rip current public service announcement – “Break the Grip of the Rip” – available for view at youtube.com/ watch?v=SIii2LvRR5k&feature=emshare_video_user. This summer, the scouts are taking the project to the next phase by visiting Monmouth and Ocean County beaches to inventory the rip current signs and add QR tags to them. The Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey, meanwhile, have joined their sister Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore and expanded the effort to include Atlantic and Cape May counties. So far, all Monmouth and Atlantic County beaches, four of the nine Cape May County beaches and 11 of the 15 Ocean County beaches with rip current signs posted have been inventoried and tagged. Michelle Masarik, outdoor program specialist for the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, said on Sunday she still needs volunteers to visit the beaches in Barnegat and Beach Haven, and expects the signs in those spots will be inventoried and tagged soon. As Margot Walsh, executive director of the Jersey Shore Partnership and president of the Jersey Shore Partnership Foundation, stated, “We value the wonderful groundwork NJSGC has

Science Museum Opens Door and Drawers

A Day in the Academy By KELLEY ANNE ESSINGER hen a reporter for The SandPaper got wind of a 1962 Beachcomber article that referenced a petrified crab brought and donated to the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University – celebrating its bicentennial in 2012 as the nation’s oldest natural history museum – she decided to make a trip to Philadelphia to check out the sea fossil with her own two eyes. The petrified, or fossilized, crab was picked up years ago by a Long Beach Island freelance writer, A.V. Stratton. According to a June 21,1962 Beachcomber article, Stratton recalled he had been perusing the beach looking for shells to skip across the water, when he happened upon the stone crab. Taking it home, he put it to use as a paperweight – or when the need arose, a hammer – before deciding to drop it off at the Academy on a day when business took him to the city. (The article did not say when this took place; evidently it was during the 1950s.) Curator Dr. Henry A. Pilsbry scraped the fossil, and even tasted it, according to Stratton, before concluding it was at least 100,000 years old. It was classified as an ancestor of the dungeness, or popular seafood crab, which dates back to the Pleistocene Age, 500,000 years ago. It was reported at the time as the only whole fossil of its kind. As part of the Academy’s bicentennial celebration this year, the public is encouraged to join a

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HIDDEN TREASURES: The Academy of Natural Sciences is home to the weird and wonderful. Invertebrate collections manager Paul Callomon (top left) displays a petrified crab found long ago in Wildwood. Zoology collections manager Ned Gilmore (top right) shows mounted squirrels. Many mollusks fill the collection (above). 20-minute, behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s 18 million specimens collection. A different collection is highlighted every month through March 2013. July is reptile, amphibian and mammal month, and features a tour of the herpetology or mammalogy collections. Tours take place at 11 a.m., Thursday through Monday. Tickets cost $5 for Academy members and $7.50 for nonmembers. On July 12, this reporter was the

only person signed up for the tour, and she got full access to the specimens collection. Paul Callomon, collections manager in Malacology, Invertebrate Paleontology and General Invertebrates, was indulging in tea time with some of his colleagues – a tradition held for many years at the Academy. After a quick introduction, he delivered disappointing news: Stratton’s petrified crab was nowhere to be found. But Callomon had located a

pagurid crab, related to the dungeness crab, which had been dredged off the beach in Wildwood in the early 19th century. The fossil looked and felt like a regular rock; it was bland and bumpy. But when looked at closely, the faint outline of a crab could be detected. “It’s quite rare to find wellformed fossils in New Jersey,” Continued on Page 60

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“It’s a nice area with the boat launch, public fishing/crabbing dock, bay beach, the marinas, a restaurant and the Forsythe Wildlife Refuge.” He said that while Meadowedge Park on East Bay Avenue is not in the designated area, it offers kayaking with access to Barnegat Bay. “Giving that area the designation of Pirate’s Peninsula would be a way of encouraging tourism,” said Santolla. “We can’t compete with Stafford and Lacey townships for drawing big businesses, but we can bolster tourism through our town’s maritime heritage.” Jerry Thompson, economic development committee vice chairman, said the group is also looking to erect a larger sign on the corner of Bayshore Drive and Route 9. “The sign would point people in the direction of the peninsula and highlight the activities Continued on Page 59

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District’s DARE program, said police who are involved in the program. DARE, an acronym for Drug Abuse Resistance Education, started in Los Angeles in 1983 and is now at work in 75 percent of the nation’s school districts, including schools all over Southern Ocean County. The police officer-led series of classroom lessons teaches kids from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure, among other empowerments. Last week, Long Beach Township Patrolman Megan Keller was letting local organizations and parents know that the bins are now out in the Island locations. “This is also a ‘green’ fundraiser since the collection and recycling of textiles will keep

these items out of local landfills,” Keller noted. The company that owns the clothing bins works with DARE NJ to enable the fundraiser. “For every container placed in our community, our local DARE program will receive a monetary deposit in our local program DARE account,” Keller explained. “We then use these funds for DARE classroom expenses, field trips and graduations.” —M.S. Ryan Morrill

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www.LBIsland.org • “More than Just a Day at the Beach” Hands On Learning at Bayview Park Tuesdays at 10:00AM - Shell Day - Get Creative decorating a GIANT Clam or smaller shells while learning about the shellſsh of Barnegat Bay. Led by LBI Foundation of the Arts and Sciences – Thursday 10:00 AM - ReClam the Bay, and Alliance for a Living Ocean provide a hands-on, fun learning. See and touch live baby clams and oysters. Learn the history, ecology and stewardship of our bay. Then Sea Critter Round Up - Cast a net to ſnd all kinds of living bay creatures. Then, Angela Anderson, LBT Recycling Coordinator and local naturalist, explains the importance of recycling and provides waterside instructions for beginning kayakers • Brant Beach at Bayview Park, (68th St) opposite Long Beach Township Municipal Building www.LongBeachTownship.com

NJ Maritime Museum – Learn about LBI and the Shellſsh in the Bay - Fridays 10:00 AM – A Reclam the Bay Volunteer will teach about the shellſsh that live in the bay. See and touch live baby shellſsh. Then look around the best maritime museum on the east coast - antique diving equipment, thousands of pictures, charts and artifacts, interactive exhibits, DVD’s, and computers. NJ Maritime Museum 528 Dock Rd. 609-492-0202 www.NJMaritimeMuseum.org

Learn about Barnegat Light Visit the lighthouse and nature trail, visit the Historical Society Museum (5th Street & Central). Watch the ſshing ƀeet unload everything from scallops to tuna at Viking Village. (One of the last ſshing ports in New Jersey). Free Friday dock tours at 10:00 AM. See mural and giant clam that tellsa ll about those that ſsh these waters and the different ſsh that they catch! Look for the Lindsey L. (picture) the vessel modiſed by Hollywood, to be the Hannah Boden in the movie The Perfect Storm.

Discover LBI Ecology - Friday at 10:00 AM Discovery Days Learning about the ecology and art of LBI is fun for young and old. Cast a net on the marsh, walk along the thicket, see the birds, turtles, butterƀys and creatures that inhabit LBI. See and touch baby shellſsh and a beautiful rain garden. Learn how and why to build one. Then see beautiful art in the gallery. Free, but donations are accepted. Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences 120 Long Beach Blvd Loveladies 609-494-1241 www.lbifoundation.org

Alliance for a Living Ocean (ALO) promotes and maintains clean water and a healthy coastal environment through fun education and action. Fridays, puppet show at the New Jersey Maritime Museum 528 Dock Rd Beach Haven at 10:45 AM. Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM ALO’s environmentalists lead Eco-Kayak tour, Ship Bottom Marine Center, 25th St. & Central Ave., (Reservations and fees 609-494-7800). Tuesday 9:00 AM ALO and ReClam the Bay show what lives in the bay at Surf City 16th St. Bay Beach. Sea Critter Roundup Seining Program Tuesdays - 10:00 AM at 13 Street Beach Arlington Park, Ship Bottom and Thursdays at 11:00 AM in Bayview Park, Long Beach Township. Suggested donation of $5 is asked for seining and the puppet show. www.livingocean. org, livingoceanalo@gmail.com, 609-494-7800

Monday Night Programs at the LBI Historical Association Museum, Engleside & Beach Ave., Beach Haven - 7:30 PM. Presenting different historical aspects of our island. July 23- If These Stones Could Talk! – Trish Schuster, Educational Specialist from Tuckerton Seaport shows how, over thousands of years, moving water transforms mountains into boulders, rocks, stones and ultimately beach sand. Examine wonderful microscopic images of sand. Great Free Fun. Donation appreciated. Walking Tours on every Tuesdays and Friday at 10 AM of the historic district of Beach Haven. Meet at the museum. Tickets are $10 (includes admission to the museum). Evening Ghost Stories and Tour starting at the museum on Tuesdays and Wednesday evenings. Adults $15, and under 12 $8. Reservations required (609)-709-1425. Weather permitting.

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he Mickey Mouse mailbox on the property of Pete and Eileen Keeler’s property in Loveladies is missing, but not for long. The aging Mickey has been removed for a complete overhaul when it was discovered his wooden base was rotting away. Because he is so popular with residents on the north end of Long Beach Island, Eileen created a sign to let folks know he’ll be back very soon, saluting them with his big, white glove. The sign, “Mickey is in the hospital – a full recovery is expected,” and in smaller type, “his health care is fully paid,” has been collecting Get Well Soon cards and Best Wishes from adults and children alike. “He’s getting a lot of support. A lot of people are leaving notes saying how much they miss him,” said Keeler. She and her husband inherited Mickey when they purchased a second home to expand their property in the Woods Estate portion of Loveladies. “The property had two houses on it. We purchased the beach house 12 years ago, and the house near the street was owned by an attorney (Ed Edelstein) whose name escapes me at the moment. He’s the one who put up Mickey. That was in the 1980s. He told us that when he put it up the town wanted him to remove it; they said it was too big and would distract drivers. He

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HI YA, BOYS AND GIRLS: Something is amiss in Loveladies: that infectious MM smile (top left). Actually, Mickey the mailbox is getting a face-lift. (Top right) Folks leave get-well wishes. ignored them. “When we bought his house five or six years ago, we inherited Mickey. He (Edelstein) just loved Disney. His house was decorated in Disney, and his front door had a carving of Mickey. When we tore down the house, we kept that.” Keeler said over the years she was surprised to receive notes, “Please fix up Mickey,” from time to time. She would go out and put on a fresh coat of paint. But a simple face-lift was not going to cut it this time. Marty Weber and Jeff Poissant of Yobuck Design, Landscaping and Maintenance in Barnegat have been charged with repairing Mickey. They

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o provide relief for people living in homes without adequate air conditioning, Barnegat Township has operated a cooling center on days when the temperatures soar into the 90s. But instead of being at the recreation center, the facility has moved to the community center in Waretown at 239 11th Street, located between Bayshore Drive and Seneca Boulevard. “It’s been open for quite a few times this month,” said Barnegat Township Administrator David Breeden. “We’ve had around 24 people use it. This is part of our shared services program, as the center is open to residents of both Barnegat and Waretown.” Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily as needed. “The heat indexes have been really go-

ing up, so we want to make sure there is a place where people can go to cool off,” said Breeden. “For some people, it can be dangerous to live where you don’t have air conditioning on these kinds of days.” He said bottled water is provided. “People will have to bring their own sandwiches and snacks,” said the administrator. “They can bring books, games, cell phones, iPods or anything else they need to occupy their time." He added that subscribers to the township’s Nixel emergency alert system will get a text message indicating if the center is open for the day. For more information, call Barnegat town hall at 609-698-0080, extension 170 or 190.—E.E.

have been taking care of the Keeler property for four years. “I was surprised when he (Keeler) told me how popular the mailbox is,” said Weber. “He said people stop with their families and pose with it, and runners high-five Mickey all the time when they run past. I know one woman from Brant Beach who talks to it. She told me, ‘This is my landmark.’ She runs to Mickey, then crosses the street and runs home.” Poissant said he would be stenciling the “new” Mickey so it will be exactly like the original, except for a coating of fiberglass. When dealing with icons, it’s best to duplicate the original. “He’ll probably never have to get sick again,” said Poissant. Mickey the Mailbox’s surgery is also garnering some buzz on the Internet. Lynn Buster, posting on Good LifeLBI, wrote, “The Mickey Mouse mailbox has been our family landmark for twenty plus years on LBI. We always compete to be the first to spot it as we draw close to Barnegat Light. So glad the owners are rehabbing Mickey and returning him to his spot.” “He’s such a landmark,” said Keeler. “There’s so many trees on this part of the Boulevard, I have a hard time finding my driveway now. Also, I think everyone used him to gauge how far he was from their own houses: ‘Five driveways down from Mickey,’ or, ‘a half-mile from Mickey.’ I think everyone is a little bit lost this summer.” The fact that Mickey will be out of postal commission for between two and three weeks doesn’t worry Keeler. “I don’t get any mail down here anyway, just junk.” — Pat Johnson


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SBBP Women Win Epic Lady Lifeguards Shine In Surf City’s Tourney

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ith their male counterparts cheering from the beach, the women of the Ship Bottom Beach Patrol took first place in the ninth annual Surf City Epic Lifeguard Tournament last Thursday evening, an all-women competition this summer. Ship Bottom tallied 32 points, with Surf City close behind with 28. Beach Haven, Harvey Cedars, Barnegat Light, Lavallette and Island Beach State Park also participated in the tourney, which unfolded in choppy 2- to 3-foot surf. “All of the women did an amazing job in very challenging ocean conditions,” noted Surf City Beach Patrol Capt. Mark Dileo. After eight years of co-ed competition in the Epic, Dileo said the squad decided to “give the female lifeguards a chance to display their lifeguarding skills in their own Epic tournament.” “It was a nice surprise” that the contest was changed to all-women, said Tracey Hemmerle, a seven-year veteran of the SBBP. She enjoys all-female competitions, she noted, because “it kind of levels the playing field.” While the conditions were “certainly tough, it made for great entertainment for everyone spectating,” remarked Hemmerle, 28. She was impressed with all the competing guards. “Some people ran into trouble, but they didn’t give up.” “The girls were really pumped that it was on-Island,” she added. “And it was really fun.” In keeping with Epic tradition, the teams were comprised of six competitors on a common course, contesting

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DETERMINATION, START TO FINISH: (Facing page, counter-clockwise from top) Surfboats from each competing team are launched into the water during Surf City’s annual Epic Lifeguard Tournament held last Thursday evening, an all-women competition this summer for the first time. Lifeguards line up along the shoreline for the line pull. Harvey Cedars Beach Patrol readies its surfboat for the start of the row. Tracey Hemmerle sprints from the ocean on her way to helping Ship Bottom Beach Patrol to first place in the contest, followed by host Surf City in second. (This page, top) Competitors take their marks and adjust their swim goggles. (Above) A paddleboard goes astray during one of the evening’s events, which took place on Surf City’s Fifth Street beach.

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Continued from Page 42 in shorts and T-shirts and things to play on the beach. The ordinance strictly says that any use of the beach requires a badge. Because people go up in shorts and still use the beach, that’s not street clothes,” he said. “That’s the first particular interpretation of the nuance to the law that I’ve ever heard,” said Smith, who said the councilman’s explanation differs from an annual mayor’s letter that says differently. Hartney added that superceding the street clothes issue is part of an ordinance that states that any non-government sponsored party, clam bake or other such activity requires a written letter to the borough beforehand and permission to be given by the borough to do so. “You’re taking the spirit and the heart out of everything, but OK,” said Smith. Connors went on to describe the origins of the beach badge program – the first on LBI – and the ordinance to not allow for parties without written permission. At one point early in his years as mayor, he said, he found himself in fear of being lynched by fishermen who could no longer co-mingle with swimmers and were forced off to designated areas for safety reasons. “I’ve been here over 50 years, and I partici-

pated in some of the ukulele playing and bonfires on the beach with corn and clams and so forth, but you can’t do that now,” said Connors. “You can’t do that anymore. We’ve grown, good, bad or indifferent. “Looking at it philosophically, we’d like to see everybody enjoy the beach. We don’t make any money on (beach badges), and we’re not interested in making money on it. We lowered the beach badge price this year. People want to hold their own event, and we can’t permit that. We are in charge of the beach and we can’t have a group of people saying, ‘This is our beach and we’re going to run it the way we want,’ because we cannot be held responsible. “I doubt very much that they’ve been doing it for 40 years,” continued the mayor. “I’ve been here over 50 years, and I know exactly what’s going on on that beach. Plain fact of the matter is we all got to live here in Surf City. It’s our town. We want a good town. We want to accommodate you. If you get a letter that says this is what we want to do on the beach, fine.” “It’s a shame it happened,” said Dudley’s wife, Jane, following the meeting. “It’s overkill. They’re trying to get ‘God Bless America’ and this happens. It’s just a shame because it was the Fourth of July.” — Michael Molinaro

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From Boat to Plate, Fish Feast Real Catch in Barnegat Light But Seafood Costs Are Counting Higher By MARIA SCANDALE rom the fishing fleet to the grill to the plate, hundreds of pounds of choice tuna, swordfish and scallops fed the fundraising tradition for the Barnegat Light Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday. In other towns across America, it’s pulled pork or fried chicken; here at this shore-seasoned buffet at the fire hall, it’s “catch of the day” given from the Viking Village Commercial Dock, and that’s valuable bounty. Firemen out back were grilling thick fish steaks – they counted at least 220 pounds of tuna and 150 pounds of swordfish, and several more varieties were cooking inside. The Fresh Fish Feast went through six 47-pound bags, that’s about 300 pounds, of scallops, a commodity that currently wholesales at $10 per pound. “One of our boats, the Miss Manya, just got home from Georges Banks with these sea scallops,” said Kirk Larson Jr. of Viking Village, who was standing at the grills. “They came from the farthest area that we’re allowed to fish in, all the way up by the Canadian line. These are the best scallops you can Kristin Blair get right now, because the water up NET GAIN: The steady line of ticket-holders raised funds there is still nice and cold.” But the boats have limits en- for the fire company. Full plates of seafood were courtesy forced by the federal government, of Viking Village, and other busineses contributed. limits that local captains participated in setting to conserve the stocks. This, and munity effort, too. This year, the fire company rising seafood prices, are something that could paid for the 200 pounds of haddock for the fried have an effect on the scope of community fish filets that landed on plates. One hundred pounds dinners like this one. That possibility emerged of calamari was donated from Lund’s Fishery in as a reporter asked whether the commercial Cape May, the senior Larson said. dock really donated the stunning entirety of the Larson listed some other major contributors: seafood this year. White’s Market, Frank’s Produce, Barnegat Said Larson, “The prices of seafood have Light Diner, Barnegat Light Deli, Kubel’s, Off gone up so high, it’s almost impossible to give the Hook, How You Brewin’. this stuff away, so maybe it will be at a great But aside from the net dollars and cents of discount. But you know what – it’s kind of like the fundraiser, there’s a community camaraderie a donation to the fire company. We always work that’s priceless. something out.” “What’s the secret to grilling those swordfish Larson’s father, fishing fleet owner and Bar- steaks so perfectly?” the reporter asked out back. negat Light Mayor Kirk Larson Sr., gave more “We went to fire school,” joked Keith Anderdetails when reached on Monday. son, the fire chief. “It’s been going on for 21 years and we’ve “Italian dressing … flame-kissed … we don’t been donating a good portion of it, but things are want to let the secret out,” from Morgan Mikuletzgoing crazy with prices. Our donation has tripled ky and a chorus of other firemen, amid laughter. since it started,” he said. “Since the tsunami last Inside, the auxiliary members of the fire March (in Japan), prices of seafood have gone company were alongside husbands and friends up 30 percent.” Larson is a scallop fleet owner and grandchildren making the dinner happen. whose parents, Marion Larson and the late John In all, it’s about a four-day process, said Viv Larson, have been longtime co-owners of Viking Washburn. Village dock, along with Lou and Fran Puskas. We asked who made the homemade albacore “The government changed all the laws on salad. the season,” Larson added, referring to catch “Actually, the men do all of that,” Washburn limits of quantity and time the waters are open. clued us in. “The firemen do the salads. They “When we started the fish dinner, there was no were here almost all day yesterday and pretty season to anything, and no size limit. Now it’s much all day today,” she related firsthand, noting a little more conservative.” her husband, “Sponge,” was among them. “And The final tally isn’t in for the amount that the they set up on Thursday, so it’s three days of solid dinner will net for the fire company. About 550 work, and then cleanup tomorrow.” patrons paid $20 to walk through the line and The recipes? What was in that calamari have their plate filled with the abovementioned breading? seafood, plus haddock, calamari, albacore salad “They’re f ire department recipes,” Viv and two other freshly made salads, dessert, Washburn replied. “The tri-pasta salad and the watermelon and iced tea. tuna-noodle salad are a fire department secret. (An item or two that isn’t available from The calamari? I don’t even know. It’s not in the the fleet right now, Viking Village buys from a ladies’ auxililary cookbook; it’s not anywhere.” purveyor in Cape May or elsewhere. Last year, We laughed together. the flounder was bought from Boston.) “It’s like Colonel Sanders’ recipes,” Viv As big as the dock’s donation is, it’s a com- concluded, “locked in a vault.” Y

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Closing Indicative of Shore Town Trend

Managers, Owner Give Takes On Upcoming Theater Closing By MICHAEL MOLINARO rank Theaters Beach Stadium 5 General Managers Katie Riordan and Patrick McShane will have to find new jobs come summer’s end, as the last movie theater on Long Beach Island will be shut down and demolished to make room for what will be an expanded Acme Market that now occupies the same lot in Beach Haven Park. The closing is part of what Frank Theaters CEO and President Bruce Frank called the end of an era of seasonal movie theaters in seashore towns throughout the state and even the nation. Riordan and McShane, both 22, live within viewing distance of the theater in Beach Haven Park that both have worked at since their midteenage years. “This is one of the first places I came to look for a job partially because I just thought it’d be really fun,” said Riordan. “I love movies. I just

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thought it’d be a great place to work, and I kept coming back because of the people I met and the experiences I kept having.” “It’s the best first job you could have,” said McShane, who was un-

“It’s always sad to see the end of an era, it’s certainly a change in the model of operating movie theaters from the years of my grandfather and father.” able to get a job at the Acme or the now-defunct Mr. Movie, formerly in Beach Haven, at age 16. The managers do more than your

average movie theater employee these days, as the Beach Stadium 5 is one of a dying breed of movie theaters still making use of 35mm film reels and projectors rather than the digital technology that has taken over the industry. The projector room is where boxes of film reels are slashed and taped together using a splicer to form a single, very heavy, complete movie reel. Each film must be spliced at exactly the right frames and not be attached backward or else the soundtrack will not line up. “We had an accident a couple of summers ago where ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’ was rearranged incorrectly, but it was such a confusing movie anyway that no one picked up on it until somebody came in from another theater telling us we had it wrong,” said Riordan. The movies are collected the day after they are done showing and must be taken apart, boxed up and shipped

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DIE HARD: (Clockwise from top left) The projector room at Beach Stadium 5 Cinema will soon be idle. General managers Katie Riordan and Patrick McShane have worked there for seven years. Riordan demonstrates splicing film reels. Empty reels line a wall in the projector room. The theater will be demolished for an expanded Acme in September. back out. Theater maintenance includes fixing troubled speakers, projector bulbs or other electrical issues. “It’s very difficult to run a seasonal movie theater, especially on this island,” said Riordan. “There are constant annual costs and maintenance costs, but you only generate revenue over a few months. What’s interesting about this island is that this place only generates money when people don’t

want to be here, like when the weather is bad or when you wouldn’t want to go to the beach.” “I know people who’ve seen ‘Jaws’ here,” said Riordan. “I think people are definitely going to miss having a theater on LBI. It’s something for kids to do when the weather’s rainy; it’s something for you to do to just get out of the house. It’s somewhere to go when the beach is Continued on Page 62


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Boulevard Clams Is Hosting Summerlong Alex’s Lemonade L emonade goes with seafood fantastically, and when it’s a fundraiser for a childhood cancer foundation, all the better. Boulevard Clams in Surf City is hosting an Alex’s Lemonade Stand for the rest of the summer. From July through Labor Day, Sept. 3, at the restaurant/takeout market at 2006 Long Beach Blvd. at 20th Street, patrons may come in and support the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, which to date has raised more than $50 million all over the country to help find a cure for childhood cancer. The owners of Boulevard Clams, the Sulish family, were inspired to get involved after seeing a news story on Alexandra “Alex” Scott, the foundation’s young namesake, who was born in 1996 and died in 2004. Boulevard Clams is a 33-year-old family-owned and -operated business. “With our second generation involved and now with a very young third generation wanting to ‘help’ with the store, we realize the importance of healthy children,” said Gerry Sulish. “Boulevard Clams wants to help raise money and awareness for childhood cancer and for all children to have the opportunity to grow up and live healthy and fun lives. “We will be sending $1 from every fresh-squeezed lemonade sold daily, all summer long. And if you are not thirsty, there will be an official coin collection jar for any donations.” Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation started with Alex’s front-yard lemonade stand in the year 2000. She was 4 years old that year when she announced that she wanted to hold a lemonade stand to raise money to help find a cure for all children with cancer. Since Alex held that first stand, the foundation bearing her name has evolved into a national fundraising movement. It funds more than 200 research projects a year. * * * RM Financial Management Announces Staff Addition Julian Willis has joined RM Finan-

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GAME ON: Tom Beck of Queens sported a souped-up version made of poplar last year. This year, there’s a contest for the caddies that catch the eye and enable the tasters to sip several at a time. Chowderfest is Sept. 30.

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COOL: Mark and Neil Sulish, father and son, man the fundraising stand in the store, for cancer research. Sometimes the next generation helps as well. cial Management in Manahawkin, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc., as a financial advisor. Ameriprise Financial, a FORTUNE 500 company, is noted as America’s largest financial planning organization, with more CFP professionals and financial planning clients than any other firm, according to documentation. (CFP professionals are those documented by the Certified Financial

‘Home Instead’ Training Staff For Alzheimer’s Patient Care

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t is the diagnosis that can strike dread in the hearts of most any family: Alzheimer’s disease. If you’re living in this situation, you know all too well. If you’ve just received the prognosis for your loved one, you’re likely scared and confused. Home Instead Senior Care, located in Barnegat Township at 575 N. Main St. in Union Plaza, recently began an intensive training program, Alzheimer’s and Dementia CARE (Changing Aging Through Research and Education), for its home caregivers that serve Southern Ocean County. “For some family members, they can feel very overwhelmed,” said Debra Lavin, Barnegat franchise owner. “We want them to know that they are not alone and there is support for you and your loved one.

We want our staff caregivers to be as knowledgeable as possible in working and helping care for those with dementia-related illnesses. She said the program helps educate the staff with the behavioral changes that often accompany such disorders, which often is the most stressful aspect for family members. For example, one of the aspects of this 12-hour classroom training program is “Capturing Life’s Journey,” in which the caregiver can gather past stories and experience to help him or her give comfort and customized care, all while honoring who the senior was in earlier in life. The program also includes techniques to manage behavior, such as giving simple choices and redirecting, allowing the senior to remain Continued on Page 56

Planner Board of Standards Inc.) Willis’ office is located at 703 Mill Creek Rd., Suite B. He is a Tufts University graduate and a long-time Long Beach Island resident, making his home in Harvey Cedars. He holds FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the largest independent securities regulator in the U.S.) Series 7, 63 and 66 securities licenses and has worked closely with individual and institutional investors since 1997, including nonprofit organizations. An associate financial advisor is a licensed advisor who works for a franchisee of Ameriprise Financial to serve clients and grow the business. In this role, Willis helps clients identify their financial needs and objectives and recommends solutions to help them plan for their goals. “At Ameriprise Financial, we have been helping people feel confident about their financial future for over 115 years. With outstanding asset management, advisory and insurance capabilities and a nationwide network of 10,000 financial advisors, we have the strength and expertise to serve the full range of individual and institutional investors’ financial needs,” said a press release announcing the new advisor in the Manahawkin office. For more information, visit www. ameriprise.com or www.rm-financialmanagement.com. RM Financial Management can be reached by phone at 609-318-8000. Y Send business-related items to mariascandale@thesandpaper.net.

Taste Chowder in Style, Win Bragging Rights With ‘Clever Cup Caddy’

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ome tasters at Chowderfest take this chowder judging thing very intently, so much so that they prepare for it by crafting custom-made holders to carry a maximum load of samples from the competing restaurants. This year, there’s a contest for that. It’s called the “Chamber’s Clever Chowder Cup Caddy Contest.” The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, which hosts the cook-off, added the contest this year to the 24th annual Chowder Cook-Off Classic, to be held Sunday, Sept. 30 at the Taylor Avenue ball field in Beach Haven. “It could get silly,” predicted Rick Reynolds, chamber executive director. Especially given the Chowderfest theme this year, “Clam Chowder in Paradise/Wasted Away in Clamaritaville.” “Anyone who has ever attended Chowderfest has seen them, the clever and the prepared who bring egg cartons, muffin tins and pie pans to hold the sample chowder cups while in the trenches of the White or Red Chowder tents,” described Lori Pepenella, destination marketing director for the chamber, in a press release this week. “In the heat of the sampling, there are just not enough hands to hold the coveted cups. Somehow, they evolved, these chowder cup caddies, into works of art and extreme function.” “We’ve seen some crazy concoctions over the years,” added Reyn-

olds. “We’ve seen pizza paddles with cut-outs, oars, one guy comes with a walking stick with a tray on top of it and some sort of thing for a beer holder, and a roll of paper towels attached.” He must be speaking of Tom Beck, of Flushing, Queens, a prime example of an inspired inventor. Last year, Beck’s design was a seven-foot-tall combination walking stick/chowder cup tray/beer holder made from poplar tree branches. The ex-carpenter added a horn, a thermometer and separate holders for salt and pepper, napkins, crackers and plastic spoons. “I got tired of holding the egg carton,” he told The SandPaper’s reporter as random patrons posed for pictures with him. Well, this year, Beck and the other creatives can win an award, in the form of “bragging rights.” “We’re going to give three awards: one for the best use of the theme, Clam Chowder in Paradise; one for most outrageous; and the Rube Goldberg Award for the most overly complicated device concocted to accomplish a relatively simple task,” said Reynolds. “They can be made out of wood, plastic, paper, titanium, wrought iron, anything, really,” he guided. Certain no-nos apply, however. A caddy cannot be on wheels; it has to be hand-held. And they “should be of a that were Chowderfest competitors in 2011. Continued on Page 56


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A New ‘Big Bridge’ Is Coming Our Way; Angling Flashback B

oy do I have a ton of subject matter this week. I know some folks hate when this column gets long – and I respect that. And to those folks I say, “Your mother wears combat boots.” I’m not sure why that always makes me laugh but I had relatives who would say it when I was a really little kid and even then I’d crack up every time I heard it. Anyway, there’s a lengthy “RunDown” this week so folks inclined to simply read a rehash of what every other blogger and columnist has written about can jump ahead and check my version – just follow the column’s “continued” signs. While heat has not overly impacted our LBI fishing realm, thanks to sea breezes, the mainland has not fared as well, winning free admission to the “Excessive Heat Advisory” ball. Interestingly, there could be some below normal temps by week’s end, i.e. when many of you are reading this. By the by, please take advantage of The SandPaper’s excellent new “cloud” edition at thesandpaper.net, or simply Google “the sandpaper.” This column is usually on there by Thursday, so you can get a read if you’re back home and out of region. To get at my daily blogs, go to http://jaymanntoady.ning.com, or Google “Jay Mann.” Loads of stuff lately. Also, years of archives. A FLARE-UP TOPIC: I was at a nearby mega-store during near 100-degree heat and parked next to a running van. While technically you can’t allow vehicles to idle in NJ, I fully believe the state should create an exception during high heat advisories – providing somebody is actually inside a running albeit parked vehicle. That said, it sure seemed there wasn’t a soul in the running van, so I kinda leaned over toward the rolled up passenger window. Yikes! Out of the darkened interior of the van erupted a pair of white-and-black foo-foo dogs, hell-bent on nipping my face clean off. For their van-protecting effort, the little buggers got free nose jobs, as their stubby snouts smacked the glass hard enough to send both of them tumbling over backwards – before re-erupting at the window, spattering the glass with their piss, vinegar and spittle. While their tiny little brains hadn’t quite mastered the concept of glass, I still gave them high marks for offering such a pit bullish display. By the by, I love all dogs. So, for all you foo-foo dog lovers who think I’m dissing small-fry canines, I issue the hackneyed slogan: It’s not the size of the dog in the fight but yada, yada, yada. Anyway, as I headed into the store, I began questioning the need to even bring pets out in the brutal heat, even with the AC in play. Sure, Mutt and Jeff always go along for the ride but there should be thermal points where you put the human foot down and say, “Stay home” and the dogs obey – without

purposely running around knocking over Roseville vases in retaliation for being left behind. Good: Vehicles left running in the heat to protect people sitting in them. Dubious: Vehicles left idling to protect pets inside. They shouldn’t even be in the frickin’ parking lot on 90-degree-plus days. Obviously, if you refuse to deprive your pet of unfettered tag-along rights, AC is a must as you shop. Just today (Tuesday), local police responded to an idling-vehicle “lockout.” A gal found her running vehicle locked with her dogs inside. Clues on what happened: Keys were in the ignition, dogs were in the vehicle, dogs act out after owner left, paws met locking mechanism. And if the pooches had accidentally hit the gear shifter? Think roll-offs like that don’t happen? Watch YouTube under “Dog crashes car.” CONFLICTED HOUND: I once wrote in here about the time I was alerted to a nearing-death hound in an oven-ized parked vehicle. Half a dozen insanely concerned people had gathered around the truck. When I got there, the death’s door retriever was nobly trying to maintain his vehicle-protecting attack mode. That show of teeth and temper kept us from simply reaching inside to unlock the doors. In lieu of breaking out the back window with a sledgehammer (something I don’t mind doing even just for fun), I asked if anyone had some bottled water. It was a grocery parking lot and a lady ran up with two halfgallon spring water containers. As I poured water in through the window crack, you’ve never seen such a conflicted creature. The poor hound didn’t lap the water, he literally chugged it down, eyeing me with an, “Oh, mister, thank-you so much!” gaze. But every few chugs, he would stop, take breath, snarl viciously and bare his teeth, before totally dropping the act and retuning to his, “Oh, mister, thank-you so much!” chugging. The cops came and I was later told the owner was seriously fined. NEW CAUSEWAY BRIDGE NON UPDATE: I realize a load of you fishing folks aren’t here during the winter so I want to give you the latest news on the building of a new, yet-unnamed Causeway bridge – along with fixing up the Causeway’s three trestle (little) bridges and the near total disassembly of the old Causeway bridge, a.k.a. the Dorland J. Henderson Memorial Bridge. The entire re-Causeway effort is called the Route 72 Manahawkin Bay Bridge Project, being done by the NJ DOT. The project has four phases, called “contracts.” Contract One will see the new bridge being built just to the south of the old timer – the current “Big Bridge.” It will eventually carry all eastbound traffic to the Island, after the old bridge is fully rebuilt and capable of carrying all westbound traffic off LBI. Note: The new, to-be-built bridge

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A Little Wave From a Passing Ray COW-NOSED CRUISER: This cow-nosed stingray, one of a million or so now skating along the Jersey coastline, seems to be playing to the nearby crowd, offering a little ray wave. Massive schools of these Florida-ish marine creatures have annually been migrating our way during the past few summers. Close on their wings are equally impressive showings of brown sharks. This photo was featured on the LBI website http://exit63.wordpress.com. will take over all traffic – east and west – during the work on the trestle bridges (smaller bridges) and the old bridge. IT’S REALLY HAPPENING: I chatted with a DOT spokesperson on Monday and was sorta stunned to learn that Contract One will actually begin next year, right on schedule. After years of hemming and hawing over the project, an actual etchedin-concrete start time is a stunner. Sure you can give me that “I’ll see it when I believe it” bit of dyslexia but the required $128 million is in the kitty. And that definitely gets things going. Bids will be taken this coming spring and spades will fly by next winter. What I’m really waiting to see is the very detailed final design plans – the proverbial blueprints. Those will reach state authorities – and, soon after, yours truly – early this winter. I’m pretty good at reading that technical stuff so I’ll be scrutinizing how the architects and engineers plan on fitting an entire new span just to the south of the existing one without taking a big chunk of Bonnet Island, to the southeast. That zone contains billboards and the famed Clam Shack remains. Although I’m told the project won’t move much earth thereabouts, I notice the project’s final design phase includes acquiring rights of way and “Access Design Agreements executed with property owners whose driveways are affected by the project.” Contract Two will include work on two of the trestle bridges. I’d like to think that’s when we might stump for a fishing pier. However, such “aesthetic” attractions fall under a rather ambiguous segment of the overall project. It’s worded, “The project may also provide opportunities for the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to improve public access to the waterfront, including areas for fishing and crabbing.” You don’t have to have a deep streak of skepticism to distrust that un-simple word “may.” I’ve read through most of the DOT’s “Project Overview” to the Manahawkin Bridge Project and that may be the only may in it. If you happen to be a pedestrian or a bicyclist, you’re looking good in

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Color Coordinated A Little Flash Proves Irresistible SHE NAILS IT: Lette Magrini of Ship Bottom shows off her latest catches – and manicure. She proves that shocking pink makes a splash this time of year, especially with spot croakers, currently thick in the surf. the future Causeway flow of things. Per the overview, a six-foot sidewalk will run along the westbound side of the entire Causeway. Hell, you and a couple buddies could stagger along that. For bike folks, you’ll be getting “wider outside shoulders on the twin Manahawkin Bay Bridges and fivefoot bike lanes on the trestle bridges.”

Five foot!? How the hell do they rate? For years, I’ve been tediously fishing off those 30-inch walkways currently atop the trestle bridges. Contract Three – to begin in maybe 2016 or so – is a tad foreboding if you have close ties to the Old Causeway Bridge. In the DOT’s terms: “The entire Manahawkin Bay Bridge Continued on Page 54


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I use that as a lead-in to a stunning phone conversation I had over the weekend with an African-American angler planning to visit the Jersey Shore from Callie. He was calling me for some tips on what will be biting. It didn’t take long a-phone for me to realize I was actually in the aural company of fishing greatness. With remarkable casualness, the caller noted fishing trips he had made to places ranging from South America to the South Pacific to northern Canada. In fact, I began to wonder why he was contacting me – and suggested he could teach me during his visit. That’s when he dropped a well-timed bomb. “Oh, one more thing, Jay, do you remember a fellow named Ralph E. Jones?” Did I remember Ralph E. Jones!? He was my Hawaiian-met roomy who traveled with me to United States International University in San Diego, and then to college in Mexico City. He was instant family. “Well, I’m Ralph’s son, David.” And here I thought flashbacks were for the other guy. I literally got woozy. To say Ralph times were good times would leave “good” gasping for breath. They were amazing times, A-Company. Sadly, I new old Ralph had passed years ago from health problems. But an amazing, semi-cosmic angling angle arose during this phone-based family reunion. During our studies in San Diego, Ralph and I dormed at a place called Sunset Cliffs, literally overlooking the Pacific. That terrain was decidedly my surfing and fishing world, one I introduced to Ralph. He loved to try things. Ralph college-tried and failed miserably at surfing. He was convinced that “black folks just sink.” While I didn’t believe that, he seeded my mind to where every time he’d fall off the board, I freaked out. I became pretty famed for screaming to other nearby surfers, “Grab the black man!” Which they dutifully did. Everyone loved Ralph. However, one thing that Ralph took to like a fish in water was angling. Growing up, he had never once fished. So, using what my dad had taught me from just about my birth onward, I began teaching him everything from tying on a hook to hunting indigenous baits among the rocks. Teaching Ralph anything was a blast. He was the most naturally funny guy in existence. While he spoke immaculate, university-quality English when speaking to others, he would talk to himself, ceaselessly, in what I dubbed Ralphese. It was some sort of black vernacular that even Eddie Murphy wouldn’t be able to emulate – if he could stop laughing long enough to try. When he was, for instance, having trouble hooking on a live bait – one of Ralph’s pet peeves about fishing – he’d begin a nonstop Ralphese diatribe, during which I would understand only the cuss words, which he pronounced perfectly, like a British diplomat sipping absinthe. Anyway, Ralph became an instant, die-hard angler. It was with an utter sense of achievement – and deeply imbedded nostalgia – that I realized he had passed my training onto his son, who is doing the same with his three kids. I now doubly understand the concept of families fishing together, staying together – and the truly tangible benefits of efforts like Hooked on Fishing, Not on Drugs. By the by, Ralph had a genius IQ, so I wasn’t surprised to hear his son is an ace in Silicon Valley – and plans on opening a sportsman’s escape when he retires -- thank-you very much. RUNDOWN: I haven’t talked much about black sea bass since it’s a fishery that really needs no fanfare. It’s easily found by boat and it’s not very hard to grab some take-home meat. In fact, I fear it’s a tad too easy to find takehome sea bass material. That never bodes well for the species. No, I’m not raining on any parades. Enjoy the damn-decent hooking we now have. Just let me be the worrywart. I always side with the fish. It doesn’t hurt to have some of us doing that – especially when my goal is not to end angling but to keep everyone fishing happily for the long run. I’m a tad surprised at the lack of triggerfish out there, especially near the reefs and wrecks. I mention that because they had super catches of these fine eaters just to our south – dating back to spring. Continued on Page 55


Continued from Page 54 While triggerfish are hugely cyclical in our waters – and good years surely shine – it’s odd that they have apparently just hit the breaks while migrating this way. It could very well be a complex interplay between certain species and the huge stingray population. That has nothing to do with the rays presenting a danger in and of themselves but more the unwanted attention the rays draw among numerous shark species, dominated by the brown/sandbar shark. Triggers are very susceptible to shark attacks. The spot croaker showing, both bay and ocean, is approaching all-time, recent history. Along with folks hooking them and even videotaping them underwater, I threw a net at a couple places and got a few each throw. Times that by the length of LBI and add in schools dark enough to create a shadow in the water and you’re talking millions of spot on-scene. And they are edible. In Florida, they represented a lucrative fish product when that state allowed entangling nets. When those nets were banned, the annual harvest dropped by over 90 percent. That easing of harvesting of a prime breeding location might have a trickle-up effect for us, as its population explodes and extends northward. Cleaning spot is simple if you cook them whole, just behead and gut. Meat is white and excellent. Don’t kill flavor with sauces or anything. Salt, pepper and butter. Filleting requires larger spot. The filleting action is very similar to that used on white perch.

However, the net gain from filleting is dismally small. Cook ’em in the round. Offshore has been sizzling. Imagine double/ triple headers yellowfin tuna – all you want. It has happened, per boat reports. Again, this points to a wild and wet (it gets boring saying it the other way) White Marlin Invitational Tournament. Go to http://www.thewmit.com/. I was advised that sea nettles are moving into the lagoons of Beach Haven West. That is not good news at all. These nasty-ass jellyfish had mainly been bothering northern Barnegat Bay zones. We do not want to see a quantum shift in our direction. What an influx of cow-nosed rays, especially in the Beach Haven area but extending to BL. Crowds of beachgoing folks have seen amazing sting ray shows, helped along by rays coming right next to the beach to feed on sandcrabs and isolated showings of coquina clams. The sandbar (brown) sharks are surely on the stingrays’ tails and will unquestionably be catchable for many nights to come. Please release after hooking and photographing. The weakfish continue to move in. This arrival is consistent with studies indicating various weakfish biomasses arrive in a series of waves through much of the summer. Please, play by the rules (regs) regarding weakfish. I’m getting word of some anglers keeping as many weakies as they get. Very bad – and costly if caught. Fluking ranges from very good to phenomenal. Do not be deceived by flotillas. Go wherever you can find ocean top privacy and watch how good the bite can be. Even in the bay, there isn’t a bit of bottom that doesn’t have quota of flatties. Continued on Page 56

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Continued from Page 51 Entry forms are online or at the chamber office, 265 W. 9th St., Ship Bottom. The stops for the Chowder Challenge are: Black Whale, Chicken or the Egg, Country Kettle Chowda, Bistro 14, Gourmet Deli, Four Cs Sons, Greenhouse Cafe, Panzones, Stefanos and California Grill. Spend $10 at each restaurant, submit entry form to Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce before 9/10/12 and receive one complimentary Chowderfest 2012 General Admission ticket, a chowder challenge T-shirt, and a chance to win the grand prize Kindle Fire, sponsored by the Van Dyk Group. There are no entry fees for the Chowder Challenge, but receipts are needed to confirm purchase. LBI Chowderfest has a Facebook page, another way to anticipate the festival. Tickets are available online or at the chamber office. — Maria Scandale

Fish Story Continued from Page 55 Fair bluefishing in and north of Barnegat Inlet. If you really want a few, use plastics on a one-ounce jighead with steel leader. Don’t go with costlier GULP. In fact, the oldest plastics in the box will do. If you go down deep enough you might even nab a larger fluke. SUFFOCATING CRABS: There’s been a decent dose of debate over the impact beach replenishment has on our sand crab populations. A goodly grouping of eco-minded people feel the immediate impact is horrific, alleging the deep new sand literally suffocates millions of these famed and highly kid-popular surfline creatures. That’s not entirely impossible. However, there’s no holding these insanely reproductive crustaceans down very long. Surf City and Harvey Cedars, both replenished beaches, currently have tons of sand crabs, maybe more than usual. As popular and oft-handled as sand crabs are, most everyone and their relatives are unaware of which end is which on a sandcrab. Test: Let a sandcrab loose and watch it burrow down. Headfirst or butt first? Sorry, you blew even that 50-50 question. They dig in backwards, as in butt first. Don’t try to claim you knew that. You were sure they’re diving in the sand headfirst. The backwards tail-first burrowing allows sandcrabs to then extend their feathery frontfacing antennae (sometimes called feeding gills) out into the water, while remaining pretty much buried. The antennae filter out food particles. Y jaymann@thesandpaper.net

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Independents Continued from Page 30 they have a good handle on changes that need to take effect in order to accommodate growth in the town. Changes won’t necessarily happen overnight, but in the meantime, Marchal and company want to assess some of the problems, understand why they’re happening, find a way to explain them to people and come up with solutions. Marchal’s background is in financial analysis, in the credit and collections industry, working with big budgets such as Calvin Klein, Liz Claiborne and unions. He bought a summer home in Stafford 11 years ago and moved down fulltime five years later. He owns Edible Arrangements in the McKinley Avenue shopping plaza. * * * Dave Taylor grew up in Surf City and settled down to start his family in Stafford; has been in business 28 years as a co-owner of Taylor Made Cabinets; is president of the Bay Avenue Business Alliance and past president of the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the township’s zoning board of adjustment for eight years. In many different capacities, he has listened to a lot of people asking for help. He, for one, said he wants to put a stop to the nepotism. Whereas some people may run for office simply to get elected, he said, he’s running to bring real skills to the table and to “take on the job” of making the place better for the people who live in it. The idea is: Let’s make it a little more fair and friendly; let’s loosen up some of the restrictions and make it more conducive to small, independent business. Taylor’s inspiration to run for office developed largely from a perceived trend of homeowners and business owners being overregulated, as well as from the ordeal people must endure when they come to the town seeking approvals to make improvements or changes to their properties. As an example, he said the master plan for the Bay Avenue business district was written

without input from the very-small-business owners who would be directly impacted by the plan. In Taylor’s opinion, Stafford makes it too difficult to open and run a successful business in town, with all the fees, rules and inspections, which, while important, can be cost-prohibitive. “It’s too expensive to do business in the town,” he said. It makes people just want to move away. “We don’t need to lose businesses to neighboring towns that are more business-friendly.” He realized he couldn’t effect the changes he wanted to see by remaining on the outside of the problems, so he had to get at it from inside. * * * Libenschek, who owns a custom deck building company and has worked all over the Jersey Shore, has observed that his hometown is the only town that requires an engineer, architect or surveyor to seal survey plot plans before work can be done. The added professionals’ fees on top of an already-expensive permitting process make matters worse than they need to be. Taylor agreed. His feeling is that the attorneys and engineers, the ones who in many ways drive decision-making and the creation and enactment of local ordinances, also profit from over-regulation, and are major supporters of, and financial contributors to, the GOP agenda. The Independents have no agendas or side projects, Libenschek said. “Public service is priority one,” he said. That’s one reason his team will not get into the traditional fundraising route, which tends to generate certain expectations of returned favors; they don’t want to be indebted to campaign contributors. “Once you open yourself up to that, you’re bought and paid for by special interests,” he said. It’s symptomatic of machine politics across the board, at every level. He can’t understand why anyone would throw $100,000 at an election wherein the mayor earns a $10,000 salary and council members $7,000. In his opinion, the only donations should come from their neighbors, the people who live in the town, believe in their mission and care only for improving everyone’s quality of life. Prior to leading the independents’ campaign, Libenschek was heavily involved in the STRRC

and grew disillusioned with what he described as the “machine politics” of the so-called Good Old Boys Network. He’s “not here to throw stones,” but he’s tired of seeing the citizens get lost in the mix. For too long, he believes, Stafford has been government from the top down when it should be from the bottom up. * * * Libenschek said Marchal is an “extremely well-qualified” mayoral nominee and has indepth knowledge of township master plans and ordinances with his background as chairman of the zoning board in Hackensack. “I think everyone brings unique things to the table,” he said. And the ticket itself is balanced by three registered Republicans, three registered Democrats and one unaffiliated candidate. He said voters shouldn’t necessarily base their decisions on what they understand of party politics at the national level, where the issues are far different, nor let the overall themes associated with political parties determine their choice for the township. As long as everyone is in agreement that they want to serve the people the best they can, that’s what matters. As an example, historically, the party stereotypes have not held true: Former Mayor Wes Bell was a fiscally responsible Democrat, while his successor Carl Block, a Republican, was known as more of a spender. The beauty of the Independent mentality, he said, is the candidates are not beholden to any party to dictate their direction. At the risk of sounding clichéd, Taylor said, the Independent candidates want to “bring Stafford back to the people.” So far, the response has been encouraging. “We’re getting great support,” he said. “Everywhere we go, people are saying, ‘We’re behind you’ and ‘Thank you.’” He is confident the Independent party will pick up support not only from those who already share the same (apolitical) viewpoint but also from elsewhere, from those who are disappointed in the current administration or feeling ambiguous or disenfranchised. Certainly he feels the Independent cause has been helped along by the splintering of the Republican Club, the haphazard way in which

the Republican ticket was assembled, Mayor John Spodofora’s waffling over the mayoral seat. As a result, Taylor said, the Independent team is absolutely making waves. “I don’t think they expected us to be so well organized and well received.” They say what drives their campaign is their abiding love for the town and their shared desire to fix the problems they see as accounting for the mere 5 or 10 percent differential between imperfect and perfect. No one among them feels the town is broken, Libenschek clarified – but they recognize areas in need of improvement. “I don’t think you can ever rest on your laurels,” he said. More work can always be done. “We don’t want to kow-tow to the county Republicans, or to big business,” Taylor said. As Independents, they are not locked into any party’s guiding principles, which he hopes will instill confidence in the voters that their officials answer only to constituents, not to purse strings. * * * Going forward, Taylor said, they will organize fundraisers, but for now they’re 100 percent self-funded, taking a door-to-door approach, meeting and talking to people, setting up in public places to get out their message of change. They’re not trying to change the world, he said. They don’t want to go wild and crazy or make outrageous and unrealistic promises about lowering taxes – “I’d be a politician lying to you if I said that. “Do something right: that’s our game plan.” Admittedly, Libenschek said, the odds are stacked against them, considering statistically Stafford votes 60 to 65 percent Republican. Still, he said, it’s exciting in a partisan election to have a serious Independent candidacy. His motivation to lead the campaign grew out of his serious interest in understanding how his town is run. “Injustice drives me crazy,” he said. “I have a passion for seeing the right things get done.” He cares about the budget. He wants to look into internal audits, is interested in cutting to the quick, trimming things down – without slashing and firing. Items such as take-home vehicles for municipal employees might be reconsidered. Continued on Page 59

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Continued from Page 58 “This economy is not exactly booming,” he said. “We should be looking at zero budgets.” His wife, Esther Libenschek, a council candidate on the ticket, has experience working with large groups as a member of her former church’s parish council at St. Dorothea’s, in Eatontown. She is also motivated to help the senior population. Last year she brought attention to illegal activities that target seniors, which led to the very successful “Senior Scam Seminar” in January. Marchal summed up: What’s new? “Our party, our attitude.” He feels he is suited to serve because he is enthusiastic, passionate and embraces a healthy attitude toward the office. If he wins the mayoral seat, he said, he’ll be paid in a way that means more to him than money. According to Libenschek, “The main vision is to bring things back to basics. Like Abraham Lincoln said, ‘government of the people, by the people and for the people.’” For more information, visit wearestafford. com, or connect with the team on Facebook at facebook.com/wearestafford. ™ victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net

Continued from Page 38 budget crisis, and it appears the township’s financial situation has improved enough to hire two new clerks: Ann Marie Papernik was hired as a fulltime clerk in the construction office, and Betty Ann Resch as a part-time clerk in the construction office. Four clerks in various departments had been laid off in 2010, but they were not rehired. Gormley noted that Resch would no longer be able to serve on the planning board, as it would be a conflict. He thanked her for her volunteer service on that board. The deputy mayor and committee accepted the township's 2011 annual audit. There were two minor findings, said Loesch, and both were taken care of. — Pat Johnson patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 35 available there,” he said. “The sign would be on county property, so we would have to get permission from them. We’ve certainly tried to promote other areas of town, so we want to see (what will happen) if we work on this area to be a viable tourist attraction.” Township Committeeman Jeff Melchiondo, who was mayor when Santolla first approached officials, added, “Pirates have been a big theme for this town. It was during our Pirate’s Day celebration in 2010 when we officially announced the designation. It’s another vehicle for us to say that there are a lot of fun activities for families in Barnegat.” — Eric Englund

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Museum Tour Continued from Page 32 said Callomon. “There’s not enough rock. It’s very sandy off the coast.” He went on to explain that many of the seashells found at Long Beach Island have a black or gray tint, which means the shells were on their way to becoming fossilized. When a sea specimen dies, it sinks under the sand, and seabed begins to grow on top of it. Iron begins to leak out of the sand into the specimen, coloring it black. If the specimen isn’t disturbed in the process, the weight of the compounded sand turns it into rock. “Those black shells are tens of hundreds of thousands of years old. But the beach (on LBI) is shallow with a sandy bottom, and it’s in constant motion. The sand is dredged up for the beach and in heavy storms, so the (fossilization) process is often interrupted,” said Callomon. After chatting about the crab, Callomon led a tour of the malacology (study of mollusks) collection. He pointed out some of Pilsbry’s finds, who was the Academy’s first professional scientist, starting in 1888. He died in 1957 in Florida, while preparing to come back to Philadelphia to finish a paper at the Academy. Pilsbry and William H. Dall, a prominent malacologist who worked at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., had a long-standing rivalry to see who could collect and describe the most new species. Pilsbry won, with over 5,600. Between the two scientists, more than 10,000 new species were identified, more than double the number a malacologist could expect to identify over the course of a career. George W. Tryon Jr. founded the Malacology Department on December 31, 1866. He donated his shell collection, which was the biggest in the world at that time. “The appeal in this department is that there are so many things to collect and specialize in, and it’s cool,” said Callomon with a snicker. He went on to explain that the rate of discovery of new mollusk species has not slowed down since the 1850s; everything keeps evolving. He said there are 130,000 different known mollusk species, and there are probably just as many that haven’t been identified yet – especially on the coral reefs off the Philippines and other Pacific islands. Nowadays, DNA calculations are very specific, so it’s easy to tell the differences between the family, genus and species of mollusks. Slit shells, for example, haven’t evolved much over the past 180 million years. Scientists know this because shells have so many different features that make them easily distinguishable. As one example of the Academy’s ongoing value to research, its 1940s collection of oysters

EMS Continued from Page 27 Evans asked how many ambulances Quality has and was told one. “That could pose a problem,” he noted. “My problem with the (July 5) incident, they (Great Bay were dispatched and had a full crew and never responded,” Caputo reiterated. “The safety of the residents is first and foremost,” said Foglia. “Until this is sorted out, we have an obligation to do what we can do to protect them.” Marshall said she had thought a great deal about the problem over the weekend, had gone over the incident reports and said her responsibility was to the safety of the residents of the town. Evans noted that Quality Ambulance was not a volunteer ambulance but a paid service and that would impact the insurance of the people using it, which has to be considered. He suggested the council postpone voting on the resolution until they could look at all the ramifications. Evans also suggested there was a lot of “background” to the recent troubles with the ambulance; the two lawsuits between the fire chief and the EMS trustees, and a countersuit brought by the trustees against Eggert and Tuckerton Borough. “As a police department, we don’t take any sides, it doesn’t matter what’s in the background, and our job is to save lives. We need to get these people to the hospital,” said Caputo. Sgt. Anderson suggested that they change the protocol and “hit-out” Quality after the first

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double the size of the current market will occupy its land with an expected opening date of Memorial Day 2013. Riordan feels the Acme does not necessarily need expansion as much as it needs renovation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s as small as they say it is. I think it could be more efďŹ ciently laid out and be brought more up to date.â&#x20AC;? She does admit the parking lot is often jam- packed, particularly by renters loading up on foodstuffs on Saturday mornings. Patrick Moeller, a builder and developer on Long Beach Island, owns the 6.3-acre lot that the Acme and Beach 5 Theater currently stand on. On June 5, the Long Beach Township Land Use Board approved a plan from Moeller Enterprises LLC that will see an expanded Acme, as well as six single-family homes constructed on the south side of the current lot. Moeller also owned the land of The Colony 4 in Brant Beach, which the housing development constructed in its place now pays tribute to with its name. Frank Theaters built The Colony as it was originally called before being expanded into a 4-house multiplex â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a rarity at the time for a shore town. They also built The Colonial that once stood in Beach Haven. At one point Frank Theaters owned every movie theater on the Jersey Shore, from Woodbridge to Cape May, many

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of which have closed in recent years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re seeing is the fact that you cannot survive in our industry running 15 or 20 weeks a year,â&#x20AC;? said Frank. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a ďŹ nancial impossibility. In all honesty I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe there will be a seashore that has a theater in a few years. I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a thing of the past. Cape May has transitioned out, and I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think the other seashore (towns) will survive, either.â&#x20AC;? Frank was born and raised in Ventnor, and admits the reason for the end of the seaside town movie theater era harkens back to a residential boom and the transition from a traditional weeklong vacation to a series of weekend visits to the shore. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The real estate outstripped the value of the land as movie theaters,â&#x20AC;? said Frank. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The problem is when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on vacation, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not the ďŹ rst thing you think you want to do, go sit in a theater. Secondly, the seashore towns â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all of them â&#x20AC;&#x201C; used to have lots of hotels. Today these are very residential islands. People come down for the long weekend or for the weekend when before they used to come and it was their vacation. They were still able to go and be at the shore and stay for the week; it was just part of the plan to add a movie to one of their nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always sad to see the end of an era,â&#x20AC;? said Frank. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s certainly a change in the model of

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GARAGE/YARD SALES Beach Haven Crest, 17 West 76th, Sat., 7/21, 8am-1pm. Multi family. Antiques, tools, household, fishing, DVDs, furniture, books. Quality stuff. Beach Haven Gardens, 3005 Beach Ave., Sun., 7/22, 8am-1pm. Clothes sizes 10 to 4XL, silver jewelry, kitchen & household items. Lots of vintage items. Beach Haven Park, 10201 LB Blvd. (corner Texas), Sat./Sun., 7/21-7/ 22 (rain 7/28-7/29). Antiques, furniture, floor lamps, good junk, smalls. Early birds welcome. Loveladies, 164-B Goodview Drive, Fri./Sat., 7/20-7/21, 9am-2pm. Household/kitchen items, vacuum cleaner, clothing, children’s toys, videos, and more. Surf City, 294 & 279 5th St. Sat./ Sun., 7/21-7/22, 8am-3pm. We are back again with good items and prices. Kids’ corner, furniture, desk, bookcase, chairs, tools, rugs and some special antique oak pieces. Boat w/trailer, $500. Surf City, 1113 Central Ave. Sat., 7/21, 8am-? (rain 7/22). Lots of good stuff! No early birds. Surf City, 1515 Central Ave., Sat., 7/21 (rain date Sun., 7/22), 8am1pm. Something for everyone! Surf City, 24 16th St., Fri./Sat., 7/ 20-7/21, 8am-2pm. Couch, love seat, jewelry, dishes and more household items.

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Schecter Diamond Series electric bass guitar with case. Like new, never used. Asking $475. On LBI. Please call 609-709-8322.

FURNITURE 4 table & chair sets, 2 outdoor, 2 indoor. Located on LBI. For more info, call or text 201-925-5143. Hitchcock DR table w/4 chairs, seats 8, $350; 10ft.x12ft. pastelcolored oriental rug, $300; oak hoosier, $425. 609-361-9129. Indoor white wicker sofa w/2 matching chairs. Sturdy, good condition. $295. Picture available. Beach Haven. 267-471-8522. Jennifer Conver tibles, queen sleeper sofa and love seat, light neutral. Like new. $200. Please call 609-458-2847.

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SCREEN REPAIRS

609-839-9118

Protect Your Home With Shore Shield

CHIMNEY SWEEPING Fireplaces Plus, Inc.

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

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

BEST

STEAM CARPET CLEANING

15995 7 Areas HALF HOUSE $ 85 3 Areas SOFA & LOVESEAT $ 110 99 WHOLE HOUSE $ SOFA & LOVESEAT 219 7 Areas WHOLE HOUSE $

609-489-1721

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

Fast Screen 609.312.1076

Fully Insured

Lic# 13VH06758700

Same Day Mobile Repair Service Credit Cards Accepted

609-287-0501

Atlantic Awnings

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

Fully Insured

THINK ABOUT IT! Carpet & Wood Floors Furniture & Artwork The Sun Will Destroy Them • We’re Here To Help! 99% Ultra Violet Ray Rejection

DANA LIMOUSINES, LLC

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

D. Cerillo

Construction LLC

Home Improvements & Handyman Service

Over 25 Years’ Experience

• Kitchens & Baths • Wood Rot • Painting • Windows & Doors • Sheetrock, etc. • Rental Repairs NO JOB TOO SMALL

609-361-1332

dcerilloconstruction@yahoo.com NJ Reg./Lic# 13VH03796900

Corrigan Construction Co. Est. 1987

Additions • Alterations Remodels • Renovations Elevators • Decks Siding • Windows Doors • Floors • Trim

SUN BUSTERS

Fully Insured Free Estimates

Specializing In Oceanfront & Bayfront Homes

597-2692

WINDOW TINTING sunbusters.cjb.net

(609) 693-BUST • 693-2878 • 1-800-308-TINT

Lic#13VH04928600

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

CALL-TOLL FREE (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.

CLEAR REFLECTIONS LLC AND POWER WASHING LLC.

609-294-0675

Free Estimates/Fully Insured • Owner Operated

Window Cleaning Pressure Washing Painting • Staining

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Interior & exterior upholstery and bedding for boats & homes. Please call Kseniya Allen at 609-290-9270 or email kseniya.allen@yahoo.com

WINDOW TREATMENTS

COAST HANDYMAN SERVICES

JG DESIGNS

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

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.

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.

Big C...Little Repairs

Handyman Services. One call does it all. Year-round repairs & house check. Insured. 609-947-6396. Lic.#13VH03667600. Windows, doors, all carpentry, woodwork, sheetrock, plaster & paint work. Licensed & insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779. FRANK & SON General Home Repair Service. All types of repairs and improvements. Experienced. Dependable. For estimate: 609597-7559, cell 609-312-8254.

HANDYMAN

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

HANDYMAN

PLUMBING

LBI HOME HANDYMAN

JERSEY SHORE PLUMBING & DESIGN

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

LBIHANDYMAN.COM

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

HOME WORK

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

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

HEATING & COOLING 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.

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.

LAURENCE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

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

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

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

Rick Barker Heating & Cooling, LLC

609-361-9453

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

HEATING & COOLING

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ALL-WAYS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

ELEVATORS ACCREDITED HOME ELEVATOR CO.

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

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

Quality Service at Your Convenience

Plumbing,

Heating & Cooling

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.

609-276-1658

T. K OHLER J R . P LUMBING & H EATING Thomas J Kohler Jr. owner/operator Lic# 12557

METAL WORKING

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.

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

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

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.

CARPENTER

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

MONTANHA

609-242-5474

MECHANICAL Plumbing & Heating Service - Repairs - Remodels

CALL NOW FOR OUR AC CONDENSER SPECIAL WITH FREE CUSTOM COVER

Phone # 609-978-3551

800-560-WASH

Seasonal Water Turn-Ons & Offs

Yes, We’re On LBI! 6105 Long Beach Blvd. • Brant Beach www.storsbergplumbing.com

609-361-0600

License# 11125

• Deck Restoration • Window Cleaning • Powerwashing • Paint/Stain Summer Roof Cleaning Special

Lic #6062

Ozzie Montanha

SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION ALL MAKES AND MODELS • Furnaces • Central Air • Humidifiers • Boilers • UV Systems • Ductless

Master Plumber

HOME TEMPERATURE MONITORING STARTING @ $35.99 + TAX AND SENSOR LEAVING FOR THE WINTER? WE WILL MONITOR YOUR HOME’S TEMPERATURE TO PREVENT DAMAGE. ONLY DOWN FOR WEEKENDS? IN SUMMER DON’T COME HOME TO A HOT HOUSE.

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

SERVICE CONTRACTS MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS Starting @ $20.00 a Month + Tax Starting @ $85.00 + Tax Includes Parts & Labor 32-point Tune Up (Cap & Contactor Included) 32-point Tune Up UNLIMITED SERVICE CALLS DISCOUNT ON PARTS & LABOR PRIORITY SERVICE

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

SENIOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ON SERVICE CALLS

waltmccollum@yahoo.com

www.rossohvac.com yrosso@rossohvac.com LIC#13VH01298500

Please visit us online for current product discounts

609-812-0094

Lic.# 13VH05908400

WINTERIZATION RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

HEATING • COOLING • PLUMBING SAME DAY HEATING AND COOLING REPLACEMENTS

Residential • Commercial

10% OFF ALL SERVICE CALLS

$250 OFF Any New or Master Plumbers Lic #6582

Master Plumbers Lic #6582 David Weiner

NJ LIC #13VH00948900 EPA Lead-Safe Certification NJ LICRVI #13VH00948900 Lic# 1850530477

Replacement System

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

Lic. #12456 Ship Bottom, NJ

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LANDSCAPING

GARDEN CENTER

LAWN CARE

LAWN CARE

MOWING & TRIMMING

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

Landscaping & Garden Center

Commericial/Residential Cleanups & Gutters. Call Martin Lawn Care Co. Reasonable rates. Insured. 609-489-1447. www.kutgrass.com Email: kutgrass@yahoo.com

(Previously LBI Landscaping)

Design & Installation

Design, Install, Maintain

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

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

FENCING FENCES

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

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

LANDSCAPE DESIGN STONE PAVERS WALLS FENCING ASPHALT SPRINKLERS

Visit our New Garden Center!

Free Estimates

229 S. Main St.(Rt 9) Barnegat Pkwy Exit 67

DAWSON

494-7562 • 294-9551

Landscapes Reg/Lic# 13VH02805500

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

609-597-6492

Lawn SPRINKLERS

PEST CONTROL

LANDSCAPING

LIND ENTERPRISES LLC TERMITE & PEST CONTROL

A SUMMER CLEANUP

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.

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.

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

AFFORDABLE Landscaping

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

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‘‘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.

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

609-660-0009

“When You Want It Done Right”

$

100 OFF

New Installation

“Every Project a Referral”

with ad at time of estimate

Lic.#13VH05803700

State Lic.#00016664

“Has Installed More Sprinklers than Anyone on the East Coast”

(609) 978-1577 • (732) 244-0623 5 Year Warranty No Deposits - Permits Included

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

$300 off Inground Liner Replacements!

• Over 15 Years of Experience • Expert Inground & Aboveground Liner Replacements • Safety Cover Specialist • Openings/Closings/Weeklies • System Repair & Upgrades

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

• Qualified Heater Technician • Child Safety Fences • Salt Systems • Pressure Testing of pool lines • Leak Detection • Fully Licensed & Insured NJ HIC# 13VH06736000

PERENNIAL GARDENS

Cottagefence@yahoo.com Licensed & Insured

perennialgardenslbi.com

609-489-6400

Landscaping • Fencing • Pavers

(609) 494-0800

Landscape Design Lic.# 13VH01646400

For-Shore Weed Control Lawn Care

Night & Day

Tree & Shrub Care

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

Landscape Design

609.812.9191 www.shrubheads.com

LAWN CARE • TREE & SHRUB CARE OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

“Your yard is always on our mind”

609-693-6999

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

For

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

References • Free Estimates - Est. 1980

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

Reg./Lic# 13VH02263300

Call Today 609-857-5435

QUALITY DEPENDABLE WORK

Lic # 13VH05152400

Clean Ups • Trimming • Tree Planting & Plants Celestino Cruz

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

609-978-1392

LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE more

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All Landscape Services & Outdoor Lighting Installations

609-494-7373

Allgreen Pest Services ECO FRIENDLY power washing/wildlife trapping

7 Day Service

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Castle’s Cleanup Crew, LLC

Quality Mushroom Soil Topsoil & Mulch

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

GIOTTINI 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

609-494-4808 MANAHAWKIN TREE SERVICE

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

494-0266

597-8846

Free estimates. Fully insured. Lic.#13VH01099400

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.

SEASONAL CLEANUPS LBI & MAINLAND AREA

Tree, Shrub & Ornamental Grass Trimming •Flower Care •Hand Weeding •Pine Needle/Leaf Removal •Mulch, Organic Soil & Stone Delivered •Complete Landscape Care.

GIOTTINI LANDSCAPING 609-494-4808 SHELLY’S

ONE CALL DOES IT ALL

House, yard & garage. Clean-outs & maintenance. Call 609-812-5709.

On The Side • Treework • Trimming • Planting • Weeding • Mulch • Topsoil 24hr Emergency Service

• 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

LANDSCAPING STAFFORD STONE

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

WEEDS-B-GONE

Poison ivy, spurge, dandelions. Sand, stone, patios and driveways. Best price and service. Licensed, registered and insured. #93312A. 609-597-6561.

YARD BUILDERS

Sprinklers, installed, repaired, seasonal turn on/off. Tree removal & planting. Hardscaping, retaining walls, pavers, walkways, driveways. No job too big or too small. Call James, 609-276-3557.

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

Curbs Driveways Patios Sidewalks Steps

Carl Gallagher Mason • Contracting

609-494-0969 Reg./Lic.# 13V00199100

Lic.# 13V02820300 • Insured

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

Additions • Renovations All Phases of Home Improvements No Job Too Small

ROBERT SCHAMBER

BUILDER LLC

HOME IMPROVEMENTS A ALL H0ME IMPROVEMENTS

We specialize in Renovations, Additions, Add-a-Level, Decks, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Vinyl Siding, Cedar Shakes, Windows, Vinyl Railings, Outside Showers. Free Estimates. Fully licensed and insured. Lic.#13VH04369400. 609-4943999.

A ALL PHASES OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS

We specialize in Additions, Decks, Renovations, Vinyl Siding, Cedar Siding, Windows, Vinyl Railings, Outside Showers, and Roofing. BEST PRICES ON LBI. Call for free estimate. Fully licensed and insured. 609-494-5108. Lic.#13VH04369400. A.G.F. HOME IMPROVEMENTS All phases of home renovations. Kitchens •Baths •Tile •Decks •Fully Insured •References •Free Estimates. 609-971-7459. Lic.#13VH01279700.

ADMIRAL HOME REPAIR

All phases of home inprovements & repairs. Bathrooms, kitchens, tile, decks, siding, Andersen windows, replacement windows, vinyl railings and painting. 609-504-7007. Lic.#13VH06514200

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T.W. Knorr Construction, LLC BUILDERS & CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS

(609) 848-4094 (201) 650-0534

Additions • New Homes • Home Office Renovations • Media Rooms Add-A-Levels • Kitchens & Baths tim@twknorr.com • www.twknorr.com NJ Reg # 13VH03126700

Beyond All Expectations

AXIS B U I L D E R S , L L C

609-489-6305 BuildAxis.com

Fully Insured NJ License # 13VH04665400

OCEAN

Stone Spreading • Brick Pavers • Landscaping

609-597-3629 www.SouthernOceanHardscaping.com

Lic# 13VH02482900

609-597-0964 Manahawkin, NJ 08050

856-764-8446 Delran, NJ 08075

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

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

We Will Beat Any Estimate by 5%

Jose Lopez cell 609-713-0940 • office 609-978-8420

FREE ESTIMATES

494-4106 • 597-1767

Lic#13VH00893900

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

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 FREE ATES

EMERGENCY WORK

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Outdoor Environments 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

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

Over 20 Years Experience Fully Insured • Lic. #13VH01823000

609.709.5227

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

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

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS COAST WINDOW & DOOR

AFFORDABILITY J. COLLINS & SONS CARPENTRY

Home Improvement Contractor â&#x20AC;˘Kitchen & Bath Remodeling â&#x20AC;˘Decks â&#x20AC;˘Additions â&#x20AC;˘Windows & Siding â&#x20AC;˘Property Management. Quality Work. Serving LBI & Area Over 25 Years. 609-312-6410. Lic.#13VH02671400

Installers, all windows/doors. Replacements, Andersen, repairs. Licensed and Insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779. EAST COAST CONTRACTINGâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; Kitchen & Bath Remodeling â&#x20AC;˘Decks â&#x20AC;˘Vinyl Railings â&#x20AC;˘Tile & More. 1 hour response. Chris 609-618-3462. Lic.#13VH06855700

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

J. CONOSCENTI & SONS CONTRACTORS

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

Professional Remodeling Contractors since 1982. Custom trim, crown moldings, additions, kitchens, baths. Satisfaction guaranteed. Lic.#13VH01891800. 609597-8925. Facebook.com/jconos centiandsons

HOME IMPROVEMENTS MICHAEL & SON

General Contractor. Remodeling: Kitchens, Baths, Tile, Hardwood Flooring. Major/minor renovations. Roofing, Decks, Small Repairs. Quality workmanship & references, ser ving LBI since 1985. #13VH02749200. Call Mike P. 609296-8222. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be glad you did!!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Reg/Lic# 13VH00319400

Remodeling, Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Doors/Windows, Siding, Decks, Three Season Vinyl Patio Rooms. 609-290-9737. BBB Accredited Business. Lic.#13VH03012500. malcolmleighconstruction.com

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We Do What Your Honey Wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t! Interior/exterior. Popular Mechanics magazine featured 3 of my projects. 33 years experience. 609492-3749, 609-290-2995. Lic.#13VH01765700.

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FLOORING Carpet Repair, Carpet Restretch, Carpet Install. Next day, professional service. 25 years experience. Call 609-384-3688.

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Storm Prep Service â&#x20AC;˘ Hurricane Shutters Impact Resistant Glass, Windows & Doors Additions â&#x20AC;˘ Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘ Baths Decks - Composite & Fiberglass â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Rails

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609-361-8226 SHIP BOTTOM

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LIC# 13VH00402400

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KURTZ ELECTRIC, INC.

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

MALCOLM LEIGH CONSTRUCTION LLC

New Homes â&#x20AC;˘ Additions Structural Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ Decks Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Framing Historical Renovations Home Improvements

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS

GEORGE WARR Electrical Contractor Meter Sockets & Service Cable Replacements Water Heater Elements Installed Ceiling Fans â&#x20AC;˘ Dryers Air Conditioning â&#x20AC;˘ Circuits Lighting & Remodeling Specialist P.O. Box 182, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006

609-494-0927

Solar/Maintenance Engineering Residential Commercial Industrial

Ray Pinho 609-597-0212

Lic#10504 â&#x20AC;˘ Fully Insured & Bonded

PHONE: 609-693-8998 FAX: 609-693-5358

ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS

33 YEARS IN BUSINESS

FULLY INSURED & LICENSED

MILANO TILE, LLC

Residential â&#x20AC;˘ Commercial â&#x20AC;˘ Industrial

KRETZER & SONS, INC.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;NO JOB TOO SMALLâ&#x20AC;?

CUSTOM BUILDERS

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

Serving Local Businesses & Home Owners for 32 years

Serving LBI over 40 years

â&#x20AC;˘ Upgrade Electrical Service â&#x20AC;˘ Recessed Lighting â&#x20AC;˘ Air Conditioning Circuits

Ph/Fx: 609-698-2378

FREE ESTIMATES

Reg/Lic # 13VH04482900

597-8570 LICENSE No. 6093

WOOD FLOOR REFINISHING

Living Room & Dining Room Refinished for $999

BATH & KITCHEN REMODELS REPLACEMENT WINDOWS DECKS & VINYL RAILS

â&#x20AC;˘ New Construction â&#x20AC;˘ Wiring for Ceiling Fans â&#x20AC;˘ Troubleshooting 185 N. Main St. (Rt. 9) Manahawkin, N.J.

WILLIAM C. KRETZER, PRESIDENT FORKED RIVER, NJ NEW HOME BUILDERS LIC#00595 HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS LIC#13VH03118500

Specializing In Stain Work

Floor Sanding & ReďŹ nishing Old & New Floors Installation & Repairs

609-597-6229

Serving LOCAL Businesses & Homeowners for Over 20 Years

Up to 300 sq. ft. Price Excludes Prep.

No. 1 Red Oak Installed & Finished

We Specialize in wide plank wood floors

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Hardwood ~ Laminate ~ Bamboo ~ Cork Now Offering Waterproof Vinyl Plank Flooring Great for High TrafďŹ c Rentals

Lic # 5828

Since 1976

Ceiling Fans Recessed Lights Remodeling & New Construction

609.276.9299

QUICK RESPONSE

AMERICAN FLOORING DIRECT

Re/Lic#13VH04831900 | EPA & CFI CertiďŹ ed

609-361-0236

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Marble - Natural Stone - Glass Tile

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FREE ESTIMATES Ceramic Tile LLC

Custom Showers â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Bathroom Remodels Kitchen Backsplashes Small Jobs & Repairs Welcome

609-296-6906 â&#x20AC;˘ 609-618-9031 Fully Insured â&#x20AC;˘ Reg/Lic 13VH00054700

LBI â&#x20AC;˘ Manahawkin Tuckerton Lacey Twp. â&#x20AC;˘ Toms River

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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.

THOMAS F. GOGLIA & SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

All calls promptly answered. Serving Manahawkin & LBI w/25 years experience. Lic.#12137. 609-5490049.

COSMOS ELECTRIC PROMPT, HONEST & FAIR

Kean

Electrical Contractors, Inc.

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

Residential, commercial electrical service. All work guaranteed. Fully insured. Lic.#17185. 609-207-3898.

Andrew H. Grayson Painting and Contracting

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

BYRNE PAINTING

Interior/exterior. Power washing. Quality work at reasonable prices. References supplied. 609-494-5626, 609597-8558. Lic.#13VH02045500. EAST COAST CONTRACTINGâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; Paint & Stain â&#x20AC;˘Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘Baths â&#x20AC;˘Decks. 15% off competitorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pricing. 1 hour response. Chris 609618-3462. Lic.#13VH06855700.

Repairs & New Installations â&#x20AC;˘ Senior & Military Discounts â&#x20AC;˘ Lighting Ceiling & Attic Fans â&#x20AC;˘ Generator Specialist â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens & Baths

$50 OFF ANY JOB OVER $200 Fully Bonded & Insured Lic.# 15541

609-891-6905

Free Estimates 24-Hr. Service

 Vinyl Replacement Windows  Vinyl Siding Entry Door Replacements Vinyl Railings Composite Decks Andersen Windows & Doors  Too Much to List Free Estimates â&#x20AC;˘ Serving LBI & Mainland Celebrating Our 18th Year Anniversary

Interior â&#x20AC;˘Exterior â&#x20AC;˘Wallpapering â&#x20AC;˘Power Washing. All other home improvements and remodeling. Fully insured. 25yrs. experience. 609-978-0181, Joe. Lic.#13VH03693100.

POWER

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All Exteriors/Interiors Staining Free Estimates Fully Insured

PAINTING & POWER WASHING

â&#x20AC;˘Window Washing â&#x20AC;˘Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning â&#x20AC;˘24-Hour Water Damage Cleanups

609-276-8666

AL-CAT PAINTING

State Lic.#13VH06667900

JW CLEANING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE PAINTING

Fully Insured

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

Professional â&#x20AC;˘ Prompt â&#x20AC;˘ References

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Single Home $149 & up 2 Story Home $249 & up Decks

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Interior/Exterior including residential & commercial. The finest and cleanest work. Reasonable rates, licensed & insured. Over 25 years experience. 609-758-0658, 908910-7257/cell.

609-276-9213

Joseph Midure 609-294-0173

PAINTING

Frank Co.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS INC.

25 Years Experience Fully Insured

PAINTING

PAINTING

Free Estimates

EXTERIOR/ INTERIOR

609-994-7379 Lic#0400399305

PAINTING STAINING 597-0544 Reg./Lic.# 13VH01517700

Hansonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House Painting, LLC #1 Summer Prices! 609-271-4708

POWER WASHING

Interior â&#x20AC;˘Exterior â&#x20AC;˘Expert Restoration & Repairs â&#x20AC;˘Faux â&#x20AC;˘Refinishing â&#x20AC;˘Decks Restored â&#x20AC;˘Power Washing. 609-7133407. Lic.#13VH05855900.

PAINT & HAMMER

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

Power Washing Special

1 stor y, $100. 2 stor y, $200. Decks, boats, etc. Will beat anyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s price! Licensed & insured. 609-384-2663.

Prestige Power Washing

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

ROOFING/SIDING

R.J.H. Paint & Stain

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

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

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

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

POWER WASHERS PLUS

For all Your Pressure Washing Needs. â&#x20AC;˘Wood Restoration â&#x20AC;˘Window/Screen Cleaning â&#x20AC;˘Interior/ Exterior Painting. 609-618-2975.

A ALL EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS

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. Lic.#13VH04369400.

A ALL PHASES OF ROOFING/SIDING

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.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Licensed and Fully Insured â&#x20AC;˘ Affordable Rates â&#x20AC;˘ Over 10 yrs of Experience Justin Framolaro justin_painting@yahoo.com Lic# 13VH06337600

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Marke Bednarek Custom Builder SPECIALIZING IN FIBERGLASS, SIDING, VINYL RAILING & DECKS

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ROOFING/SIDING ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

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

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.

MUSIC LESSONS

INSTRUCTION

Musical Instrument Instruction Ocean Acres. Qualified, experienced teachers. Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Music Theory. $30/ half hour, $45/hour. 609-713-1210. rocksolid321@gmail.com

College graduates will tutor in Math, English & Spanish for the summer. All grades available. Flexible hours. Special discounts. 862266-6995.

INSTRUCTION Adult High School Diploma at home. 4-6 weeks. NO age limit. Accredited, state listed. FREE CLASS RING. Free Brochure. 305-9404214. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME. Medical, Business, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 888-220-5975. www.CenturaOnline.com

ATLANTIC ROOFING & SIDING

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

609-698-7766 Serving Ocean County & LBI for over 20 years

Fully Insured

Free Estimates

Lic. #13VH00496100

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JustBeadIt.net

Kids Kamp, 5-8 years old, Mon.-Fri., 9:30am. Tween classes, Mon.-Fri., 7pm Adult workshops daily, 3pm. Hair accessories, beach treasures, macrame, and much more! Buy 5 classes, get $20 giftcard, mix & match! 1616 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, 609-494-8177 and 1305 Long Beach Blvd., Nor th Beach Haven, 609-492-BEAD(2323).

LBI SURFING & PADDLE BOARDING LESSONS Professional Lessons/Day Camps.

609-494-SURF

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MATH TUTOR

Certified math teacher with 27 years experience. Pre-Algebra through Calculus. Reasonable rates. 914-954-8486.

SURFwithNICOLE.com

Surf Camps & Surf Lessons. All ages, all abilities, coed friendly. Experienced CPR & First Aid certified instructor. 619-398-7437. TUTOR, K-8th. School teacher with 15 years experience, specializing in Math. Call now to schedule for summer season. Joann, 609-2763317.

COMPUTER SERVICES COMPUTER TECH

HOME REPAIRS & IMPROVEMENTS Always a Quality Job at a Fair Price

(609) 276-2242

Calls promptly returned ajh4building@aol.com

REMODELING • ADDITIONS • DECKS TRIM WORK • EXTERIOR STAIRWAYS DECORATIVE OUTDOOR WOODWORK EXTERIOR SHOWERS • NO JOB TOO SMALL Licensed & Insured

Custom Fiberglass Free Estimates

Serving LBI

Decks • Roofs • Vinyl Handrails

609-713-0581 Lic # 13vH00034400

25 Years Experience

SKIP BUTLER’S WINDOWS AND DOORS CARPENTRY, SHEETROCK & PAINTING

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

609-494-5094

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

12 years experience in all phases of computer programing, setup, maintenance, repairs, networking & security. For home or small business. Will come to you! Tuckerton to LBI. Call 609618-6147 or email: williamsLEH@comcast.net My Computer Works. Computer problems? Viruses, spyware, email, printer problems, bad internet connections- FIX IT NOW! Professional, U.S. based technicians. $25 off service. Call for immediate help. 888-904-1215.

30 Years Experience

Fully Insured

Expert assistance with selection & application process: essay/ resume support. Please call 856-234-1270.

NJ LIC# 13VH06396300

ANTHONY JOHN’S REMODELING, LLC

Reg/Lic# 13VH06407000

COLLEGE GUIDANCE Bonita Blazer, Phd., Educational Consultant.

PETS/PET CARE

HELP WANTED

ADOPT A PET

Available immediately. Person or persons to clean Lorry’s Island End Motel in Beach Haven Inlet on LBI. Call 609-492-6363.

Dogs, Puppies, Cats & Kittens ready for adoption in Ocean County’s animal facility, located at 360 Haywood Rd. in Manahawkin. All animals have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated & microchipped. Hours: 1pm-4pm daily, Wed., 1pm-6:30pm.

609-978-0127

LOST A PET? Call the shelter, your pet could be there! FREE KITTENS, 3 available. 2 months old. Please call 609-5137378.

LOVING KITTENS NEED GOOD HOMES

Litter trained. Have been checked at Barnegat Animal Clinic. Gray kitten has extra (Hemingway) toes. 609-494-2826, cell 609-709-2956. (View picture46501 online)

PET AND HOUSE SITTING, LLC

Pet Sitting •Pet Walking •Full Animal Care •House Sitting •Plants, Mail, etc. References/ Insured. Barbara,

609-361-8020

Pet portraits from your photo. Pen & Ink * Colored Pencil * Watercolor or Oil * Caricature or Cartoon. Call Pat Johnson, 609-296-2162, leave message. (View picture111043 online)

THE PET NANNY

CHILD CARE Babysitters available in your home or rental, college & high school ages. Own transportation. Please call Judy at 201-207-8035.

AT HOME ELDER CARE

Caregiver is Home Health Aid, licensed & experienced w/references, driver’s license & car. I will assist you. Please call 973-204-0108. Experienced caregiver looking for P/T or F/T job or will do cleaning. Call cell 609-489-3182 or home 609-549-5957.

COMPANIONS/CNA/CHHA

Needed to provide assistance to seniors. Flexible hours, great pay! Senior Helpers 732-678-0096. Apply at www.seniorhelpers.com COOK/PREP PERSON, part time. Apply in person, Exit 63 Seafood Corner, 747 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609-978-3474.

COOKS & PIZZA MAKERS

Sautee cook, sandwich cook, pizza makers & dishwashers. Panzone’s Pizza & Pasta, 11th & Blvd., Beach Haven & Panzone’s Pizza, 22nd & Blvd., Surf City. Experienced. Immediate positions. Apply within or call 609-492-5103 for interview.

COOKS

Line cook, experienced, high volume, short order, saute, broiler, fryer. Seasonal & year ’round available. LBI area. Call 609-713-4254.

COOKS, BARTENDERS WAIT STAFF

Personal Pet Care. Pet Sitting, Dog Walking, Dog Care Coaching, House Sitting. 15+ years experience on LBI. The professional, loving care that your furry family deserves. Tail-wagging references!

WALK A DOG OR FOSTER KITTENS!

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. www.DriveforPyle.com

CHERI 609-713-0866

Volunteer at Southern Ocean County Animal Shelter, located at 360 Haywood Rd. in Manahawkin. Dog walkers are needed daily from 9am-4:30pm. Orientation held 1st & 3rd Thursday and 3rd Sunday at 11am. Must be 18 years old. Paperwork can be picked up at the shelter daily, 1pm-3pm. FREE Pet Food Pantry in shelter lobby for those in need.

HELP WANTED AIRLINES ARE HIRING! Train for hands on aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assisitance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-564-4204.

HELP WANTED

Hiring

Hostess Servers Bartender Call for appointment

494-5776

ADULT CARE European caregivers, English speaking. References, licensed, bonded, insured. Call 732-899-6366. www.athome-eldercare.com

Busy Island cleaning service needs dependable people (includes Saturdays). Competitive salary. Must have transportation, driver’s license a plus. 609-713-3993.

F/T & P/T. Apply in person, Bayberry Inn, 13th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. 609-494-8848.

BUSINESS SERVICES SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. WIN or pay nothing! Start your application in under 60 seconds. Call today! Contact Disability Group, Inc., licensed attorneys & BBB accredited. Call 866970-8473.

BARTENDERS/SERVERS

Full time, minimum 2 years experience. Also accepting part time summer server applications, experienced only. Apply in person, Tucker ton Beach Grille, 1000 South Green St., Tuckerton.

Housekeeping Help Wanted Apply In Person Good Pay

Spray Beach Inn 200 E. 24th St. Spray Beach, NJ 08008

609-492-1501

DISHWASHER, part time. Apply in person, Exit 63 Seafood Corner, 747 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609-978-3474.

Drivers, Choose your home time from weekly, 7/On-7/Off. 14/On-7/ Off. Full and part time. Daily pay! Top equipment! Requires 3 months recent experience. 800-414-9569. www.driveknight.com Drivers, CDL-A Truck Drivers needed! Miles, equipment, benefits. Hazmat teams, start at 50 cents/mile. Solo drivers also needed! 800-942-2104 ext 7308 or 7307. www.drive4total.com DRIVERS-OWNER OPERATORS, $2,000 sign-on bonus. Local/regional freight. Average $150,000/ year. No touch freight. No forced dispatch. Minimum 2 years T/T experience. Call BTT 877-378-4288. Drivers: Getting Home is Easier. Chromed out trucks w/APUs. Chromed out NEW PAY PACKAGE! 90% drop & hook. CDL-A, 6 mos. exp. 888-406-9046.

ENGLESIDE MOTEL & RESTAURANT

Now hiring experienced servers, line cooks and dishwashers. Apply in person, 30 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Excellent opportunity to earn extra money while saving on your electric bill and helping others do the same. Please call for details, 908-319-3210. Experienced Reefer drivers: GREAT PAY/freight lanes from Presque Isle, MS, Boston-Leigh, PA. 800-277-0212 or www.primeinc.com Experienced all-around home improvement mechanics, full time, LBI area. Own transportation and driver’s license preferred. Please call 609-618-3462. Hair stylists & nail techs, experienced. With or without a following. Please call Tiffany’s Salon & Spa at 609-361-1777. Housekeeper and experienced aide, live in, weekdays or weekends. Must have own car. Call 609494-6251 or 215-545-6498.

HELP WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS

Good pay. Apply in person, Spray Beach Inn, 24th St. & oceanfront, Spray Beach. 609492-1501. Housekeeping & Front Desk, part time, summer and fall. Barnegat Light Motel. 732-245-4508.

JOEYS’ PIZZA & PASTA

Cooks/pizza makers. Experienced only. Now accepting applications for all 3 locations. Apply at 1340 Route 72, Manahawkin or call 5972003 to arrange interview.

KELLY’S CLEANING SERVICES IMMEDIATE HELP NEEDED

Weekdays & Saturday changeovers on LBI. Experience pays more. Call Mike, 732-364-5330. Licensed Real Estate Agent for Sales & Rentals in Progressive Suppor tive LBI Office. Join a Friendly, Positive Professional Team. Call Rick at Stevens Real Estate for a Confidential Interview, 609-494-5555. Line Cook, Prep Cook, Dishwasher needed. Call La Spiaggia, 609-4944343. Line cooks needed, PT/FT. Also night time dishwasher. Apply in person, M&M Steam Bar, 13301 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace. Loan Processor, F/T, year ’round. No experience required. Good office/people skills, able to multi-task, works well under pressure with deadlines. Call Melissa 609-4927600. Marine Mechanic able to work on O/Bs and I/Os. Full time, year ’round in West Creek. Please call 609-709-3727.

NOW HIRING SERVERS

F/T, must be available all days & shifts through Oct. Apply in person, Greenhouse Cafe, 6th & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. Positions Available: FRONT DESK, year ’round hours: Mon., Tues., Wed., 1:30pm-9pm; Fri., 5:30am-1:30pm; Sat., 7am2pm. CPR/AED certifications required. SUMMER FRONT DESK, P/T. PERSONAL TRAINERS, certifications & experience required. GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTORS, certifications & experience required. Lyceum Health Clubs, mail resume to 265 West 8th St., Ship Bottom, NJ 08008, or email Lyceum@hotmail.com REAL ESTATE– Established brokerage has openings for experienced sales and rental agents, including private offices, paid advertising and more. Negotiable compensation based on experience and production. Compare your options! Call Joe at 609-492-2256 for a confidential interview. Retail sales associates, FT/PT, for seasonal clothing store in Beach Haven, May-Oct. Pay DOE. Send resume, cover letter & availability to: jobs@fpcolor.com www.freshproduceclothes.com Surflight Box Office, part time. Detail oriented, customer friendly. Must be computer savvy. Email resume to tickets@surflight.org We’re a driver’s company focused on drivers. Solos .437; Teams .513. 1 year OTR Experience, CDL-A-HAZMAT. Solos $2,000; Teams, $7,500 sign on. 877-6283748. Weichert Realtors is looking for new and/or experienced team members. Call to arrange a confidential interview, LBI office 609494-6000.

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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Land for Sale: COOPERSTOWN RIVERFRONT! 7 ACRES, $59,900. 435sq.ft. of gorgeous waterfront! 4 miles from Village! Perfect building site! Owber must sell NOW! 888-918-6264 www.newyorklandandlakes.com LENDER SHORT SALE! 25 acres, $39,900. Mature woods, great hunting, near State land! Survey, guaranteed buildable! Ter ms available! Hurry! 888-481-0442.

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT AAA LOCATION

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.

732-330-6130

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COMMERCIAL FOR SALE Bakery for sale, beach block, on LBI. Turn-key operation. For more details call 609-276-1348. LBI ice cream store. Excellent Boulevard location. Owned since 1980. Corner lot, 50ft.x130ft. Will hold papers. $1,000,000 FIRM! Call 732-270-0227. 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.

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

REAL ESTATE WANTED Couple looking for house/property, w/BAY VIEW, for a year ’round residence. For sale by owner preferred. Surf City/Ship Bottom area. Call 732-233-9565.

HOUSES FOR SALE

MOBILE HOMES

SUMMER RENTALS

SHORT SALE

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

$750/WEEK

Surf City Oceanblock, 50 x 100 lot, large home. Great rental.

$799K 1-877-JOE MAYO 1-877-563-6296 www.nj-shore.com

REMAX LBI OF

On the causeway.

4,000 sq.ft. Waterfront Home in Sweetwater, NJ. Geothermal heat, 150ft. bulkhead, $550K. Call 609965-4795 for more information, or visit www.mullicariverhomes.com Beach Haven, oceanside, 3BR, 2BA ranch home w/hardwood floors, C/A, upgraded appliances and more. Located in the heart of Beach Haven. Great rental history. FSBO, $659,000. 727-741-1247. Beach Haven Park, oceanside duplex, 9th from sea. 40x90 lot, room for expansion. Great rental history. $649,600. 609-310-0718 or 917807-3298. Little Egg Harbor, fully renovated ranch w/vinyl bulkhead. Hardwood floors, C/A, fireplace, hot tub, Trex decking. Asking $235,000. FSBO. 201-788-3692. North Beach Haven, Money Maker! Legal triplex. 3 units 2/1, 2/1, 1/1, 50x100 lot. $30,000/year rental income. Excellent condition, close to bay & beach. By owner, $629,000. 609-320-9770. Surf City, 2 duplexes, w/sundecks & views of bay. 337 11th St., 6BR, 4BA, $650,000. 236 18th St., 6BR, 2BA, $630,00. Medway, LLC Realty. 908-672-6087.

R.E. OUT OF STATE Beautiful lakefront property located on Lake Muskaday in Roscoe, New York. 9.9 acres w/cabin. Excellent fishing. Call 908-328-1500 or 609489-4079. BREVARD, NC, 4.200sq.ft. house. 5BR, 4.5BA, 2.5 car garage. Located between Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Very active, wooded, gated community. Great climate, low taxes. $545,000. Call 828-883-5670.

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.

VACATION IN MAINE SEE FALL COLORS House for rent in Camden, Maine, the most picturesque harbor town in New England. Cottage sits on a slope overlooking Hosmer Pond. Good swimming in September, foliage in October. Spectacular views across lake to mountain. Wood-burning stove. Lots of windows, skylights, views. 2 kayaks on floating dock. Fully equipped, including linens. No smoking, pets considered. Available after Labor Day. $850 a week. Go to: http://maindreamvacation.com/rental/hosmer-pond-house Call Margaret Buchholz 609-494-1263 or LBIPooch@aol.com for photos.

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in S.W. Florida. NAPLES area. If you’ve ever thought of owning, NOW is the time to buy. SAVE $$$. Exclusive Buyers Licensed Agent. Call for in-home appointment on LBI. 609-494-8808.

YEAR ROUND RENTALS Barnegat, 2 years old, 4BR, 2.5BA, finished basement. $2,200/month + utilities. No pets. Available immediately. 732-983-2715.

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.’’

July Special!

Move in by 7/31/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2404.

Ship Bottom, centrally located. 1-bedroom, ground-level condo, 2 blocks from ocean, quiet area. A/C, cable. 1 WEEK LEFT! 7/ 21-7/28. 609-492-8699. A FEW WEEKS OPEN. Nor th Beach, great location, second from beach, 3-bedroom duplex, deck, WiFi, badges included. 7/28-8/4, $1,495; 9/1-9/8, $1,100. Owner 732-383-8108.

AVAILABLE 2 WEEKS

Surf City, second floor, oceanside, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 9. Very big & clean. Great for two families. 8/18-8/25, 8/25-9/1, $1,800/week plus security & cleaning fee. 609-335-7662. www.lbislandvacation.com Barnegat Light, oceanside, beautiful location. Newly renovated, very clean, 3BR, 1.5BA, all amenities, A/C. Available weekly through Sept. Call 609921-7831.

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

Barnegat Light, renovated duplex, bayview. Top floor, 3BR/2BA; Bottom floor, 3BR/1BA. $1,100$1,750/week. Pet okay. 610-5739622. View pictures thesandpaper.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.

BARNEGAT LIGHT REDUCED!

LEH, Tall Timbers, 2BR, 2.5BA townhome, $1,175/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, 609978-9009. Little Egg Harbor, unfurnished, 2BR, 2BA, side-by-side duplex. Washer/dryer, fenced yard, storage shed. Available immediately. $1,100/month plus utilities. 609568-5430.

MANAHAWKIN

WATERFRONT, furnished, 4bedroom ranch with 54ft. bulkhead. All amenities. SUPER CLEAN! Call for more info, 732841-0746. (View picture66019 online) NEW GRETNA, 2BR & 1BR apartments. Heat supplied. Rent starts at $800/month. No pets. Call 609-9780964. Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom apartment, C/A, nice/clean. $1,150/ month, includes electric & heat. Available now. Call 973-812-0882, 551-580-4710.

VILLAGE ON THE GREEN

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

July Special!

Move in by 7/31/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2424.

ROOMS FOR RENT Barnegat, beautifully furnished bedroom w/bath. Kitchen/laundry privileges. $650/month (includes utilities, cable & association fees), plus 1 month security. 609-6988160.

ROOMMATE WANTED Oceanside, share clean, 2BR, 1BA, apartment. Great location, ample parking, huge deck, O/S. Haven Beach. Call for more details. 609-287-1179.

Large spacious home w/4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths; reverse living, 2 master bedroom suites (each w/private bathroom); room w/2 twin beds; bunk room that sleeps 5. Roof-top deck w/views of ocean, bay & Old Barney; 4 additional decks. September dates available, Call 201-657-5419. Barnegat Light, SPECTACULAR VIEWS of ocean, inlet/historic lighthouse! Immaculate, first floor, 1.5BA, W/D, decks, all amenities. 8/11-8/18, $1,500. 201-288-1981, 201-927-6421. Bar negat Light, last-minute availability! Beautiful Nantucket style house on large tree shaded lot. Sleeps 6-8. 2 decks plus patio. Available 7/14, 7/21, 7/28, $1,950/ week. 267-879-9637. View pictures thesandpaper.net Barnegat Light, oceanblock duplex. 4-5BR, sleeps 12; 2BR, sleeps 6. Available 8/4-8/11, 8/18-8/25, 8/259/1, $1,500-$3,500/week negotiable. 201-906-5616. lbibeachhouse@yahoo.com, for photos/details: www.BeachHouseLBI.com

BAYFRONT

Brighton Beach, beautiful, renovated contemporary. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, boat slip. All weeks $2,200. 267-614-5797. www.VRBO.com Bayfront cottage, Ship Bottom. Sleeps 8, 1.5 baths, small private beach, W/D, dishwasher. Available 7/21-7/28, 7/28-8/4, $1,750/week. Call 267-307-8907. BEACH HAVEN, SEPT. WEEKLY Second floor, 3BR, 6th from ocean, A/C, W/D, amenities. No pets. 609492-5357, 609-290-3872. View pictures thesandpaper.net Beach Haven Park, quiet oceanblock retreat, 2-bedroom cottage, A/C, cable, O/S, grill. No smoking/pets. 8/25-9/1. 609-492-6502. View pictures thesandpaper .net Beach Haven, 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo. First off bay. C/A, W/D, DW. 2 weeks left! 7/21, 8/18, $1,000/week. Pet friendly. Please Call 973-787-7611.

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SUMMER RENTALS Beach Haven, 3BR, first floor apartment, third from ocean, all amenities. LATE CANCELLATIONS: 8/18-8/25, 8/25-9/1, reasonable. No pets. Call 609-4922431. Beach Haven Gardens, 1st & 2nd floors available. 2 bedrooms each (sleeps 4-7). Sept., $500/week, $1,500/month (includes Chowderfest). Call 856-577-0371. www.3000balticlbi.com Beach Haven West, updated 3bedroom, single family home. Lagoon front, extra wide cul-de-sac location, outside shower, C/A. 9/29/16, $1,300/week. Call Beth, 201818-5250. View pictures thesandpaper.net 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, 3-bedroom, second floor duplex, amenities, off-street parking. $830/week. NO PETS. 609-361-4662. Brant Beach, pristine condo, ‘‘Ocean Pearl,’’ sleeps 4, A/C, W/D. 7/21-11/1, $695-$995/week. Please call Donna, 609-393-2885, 609-802-3882. View pictures thesandpaper.net Brant Beach, 1 off ocean, 2BR w/ sleeper, W/D, A/C, O/S, deck. No smoking/pets. 7/14-7/21, $1,600; Sept., $1,000/week. 908-803-2009. 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.

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SUMMER RENTALS Loveladies #99B LB Blvd.

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

Loveladies #85C LB Blvd.

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 North Beach, 1080-A LB Blvd. Large, clean raised ranch, 4BR, 2BA, sleeps 8-10. All amenities, deck, awning, grill, O/S, ample parking. 7/28-9/1, $2,300/week; 9/ 8-10/27, $1,500/week. No pets/ smoking. 732-308-9551. North Beach Haven, oceanside, 2bedroom, 1-bath home. 1 block to beach. Sleeps 6. A/C, W/D, huge lot. Pet friendly. 2 WEEKS LEFT, 8/ 18-8/25, 8/25-9/1. Inquire about Sept. weeks. 201-724-0081. 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, $800-$900/ week. 609-597-9151, 609-7092723. 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, ocean block, completely renovated. 1BR (sleeps 4), A/C, cable, WiFi. Short walk to beach. $800/week. 201-317-9298. Ship Bottom, first floor, 2BR, 1BA. 8/28-9/1, $990; Reduced rates Sept. Great house, price and location. Badges, large yard. 973-5196892. View pictures thesandpaper.net 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 8/25-9/1, 9/15-9/ 22. 609-597-8803 or email: McCruddenOwen@comcast.net

www.FarrenysLBI.com 2 Summer seasonal lots available! ALSO, 3BR furnished apt. on bay, $1,000/week.

Surf City, first floor front apartment, 2BR, 1BA, window A/C, cable, O/S, deck, 2-car parking. Available 7/710/27, $950/week. Call 215-3482071.

Harvey Cedars, 5BR, 3BA, one house from ocean, spectacular views, A/C, W/D, O/S, gas grill, internet, all amenities. July-Oct., $1,000-$4,000/week. 201-4101486.

Surf City, 4BR, 3.5BA, sleeps 12. All amenities, grill, cable, DSL. 5 decks, including rooftop. Great views, short walk to ocean. 973248-5630, eves.

HISTORIC BARNEGAT

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. Summer, $800/week; year ’round, $1,500/month + utilities. Call 609-488-0526. Holgate, 2-bedroom, 1-bath cottage (sleeps 6), second from beach. July/Aug., $1,950/week. 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, lagoon-front home, bring your boat/water toys! 3BR, sleeps 8. Cable, WiFi, beach parking/badges. Pets welcome. $3,500/ week. 201-914-1997.

Surf City. First floor, 3BR, 1BA, $1,350/week. Second floor, 3BR, 2BA, $1,150/week. Both have LR, kitchen, A/C throughout. Walk to bay and beach. Limited weeks available, pictures upon request. 908-656-2048. Surf City. Fire sale! Any week left, $750. Will entertain winter or yearly rental. 2BR, 1 block to beach. Just park the car! Call 856-866-9355. Tuckerton area, furnished 2BR, 2BA townhome. Fitness center, pool, sauna, tennis court. Call for details, 609-294-2404.

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WINTER RENTALS

AUTOS WANTED

BOATS FOR SALE

BOATS FOR SALE

BOATS FOR SALE

Attractively furnished, new KeyWest style, 3-bedroom, 2-bath townhouse, Beach Haven, $1,100/ month. ALSO Immaculate, tastefully decorated, 3BR, 2BA, $950/ month. Pets considered. 609-6581098. www.lbibeachhome.net

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.

1959 Beaton 15ft. Barnegat Bay sailing sneakbox, totally restored. Very good condition. Many extras. $3,500/offers. Located LBI. Please call 609-312-8263.

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.

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.

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 $8,200. On LBI. 267-304-2723. (View picture81035 online)

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.

I buy any junk car $300 FLAT RATE. Call 800-277-1569.

19ft. 1985 Grady White Tournament Walk Through. 1998 Yamaha 150hp outboard, trailer, covers. $6,600. View at Surf City Marina, LBI. 201-704-1536.

Available 9/1/12-5/1/13. Surf City, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. $1,000/month + utilities & security. Call 609-3357662. See our Web site: www.lbislandvacation.com Barnegat Light duplex, bayside views. 1st floor, 3BR, 1BA, newly renovated, all amenities. Available Sept.-May, $850/month + utilities. Pet ok. 610-573-9622.

BAYFRONT Surf City $800 Mo.

Plus utilities. Beautiful 3BR, 1.5 baths duplex, fully furnished, all amenities. Amazing SUNSETS! Oct.-April. 856-534-7290. Beach Haven West, 3BR, W/D, gas heat, fully furnished, deck, dock. Free internet/cable. Available 9/3/12-6/2/13, $1,100/month plus utilities/security. 973-632-0274. www.bhwrental.com Beach Haven West (Manahawkin), lagoon-front, 3-bedroom, 1-bath home, fully furnished. Dock, grill, cable, W/D, internet. Available 9/ 17/12-6/16/13. $1,100/month + utilities. 973-479-7826. Beach Haven West (Manahawkin), waterfront, 3BR, 1BA, W/D, dishwasher, grill. Sept.-May, flexible. $895/month + utilities, 1.5 months security. No smoking/pets. 973476-2477. Brant Beach, 3BR, oceanside, 9/ 15/12-5/15/13, $1,000/month + utilities. Call 201-788-3480. See VRBO.com listing 392008 for pictures. Loveladies, lagoon front, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, fully furnished. $1,500/month + utilities. No pets/smoking. Available 9/15/12-6/ 15/13. 504-606-2448. Ship Bottom, garage apartment. Very private. 2BR, A/C, WiFi, W/D, outdoor shower. Sept.-June, $1,000/month, all utilities included. No smoking. 609-290-7288. Ship Bottom, bayfront, 1601 Bay Terrace. Warm, large, 2-bedroom apartment w/boat slip. Washer/dryer. Mid Sept.-mid June, $1,100/ month (cable, WiFi, utilities included). Pet considered. 609494-5331. Ship Bottom, charming, cozy, sparkling, renovated, 1-bedroom cottage w/cable, D/W. Available 9/ 8/12-5/15/13, $550/month + utilities. No pets/smoking. Call 609577-7694. Surf City, first floor, 3BR, 2BA, completely renovated in 2010. Second floor, 3BR, 1BA. A/C throughout, walk to bay & beach. Both units available Sept.-June, $950$1,200/month, utilities included. 908-656-2048. Surf City, fully furnished, 4BR, 1.5BA, gas heat. O/S, back yard, deck. Available 9/1/12-6/30/13, $1,100/month, includes utilities. 203-325-8598 or 203-979-1304. Surf City, 3 bedrooms, oceanblock, renovated & fur nished. $850/ month. Open House 7/21 & 8/11, 11:30am-1pm, 40 6th St. Call 908247-9148.

AUTO REMOVAL

CASH PAID

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

AUTOS FOR SALE 2004 Chevy Impala, 4 door, cappuccino cream/metallic. 69,000 miles (all highway). All power, serviced at O’Dell’s on 10th & Blvd., Surf City. Needs radio amplifier. Asking $6,500. 609-494-6979, 609290-3462.

BOATS FOR SALE Eight foot Bauer row/sail dinghy. Oars and sail. $250. 609-2471512. 8ft. inflatable dinghy, never titled, $400. 6hp, 4-cycle Mercury outboard available, no hours, $800. 609-492-4401. 10ft. Pennant Daysailer (2007). 15ft. mast with sail, main & jib. Oars and 1.5hp motor. Perfect for beginners. Asking $1,700. In Barnegat Light. 267-879-9637. 14ft. 1982 O’Day Javelin sailboat with trailer. Good condition. Asking $1,500/OBO. In Harvey Cedars. Call Dominick 908-752-3853. 14ft. 2000 Classic Catboat. Hull, woodwork, sail, lines and 2hp Honda outboard all great condition. $6,500. 609-361-8824. (View picture81039 online) 14ft. Cape Dory Handy Cat Catboat. 2hp Honda outboard. All woodwork refinished, new lines, fresh bottom paint. Ready to sail. $7,800. 908-962-2289. 15ft. 1984 Mitchcraft outboard, with trailer & new Johnson 30hp motor. $2,000/OBO. Call 215-370-3779. 15ft. 2006 Boston Whaler Montauk center console. 60hp Mercury, depth finder, trailer. Ver y low hours. Bar negat Light area. $13,500. 908-528-2400. 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. 17ft. 1982 Starcraft Bowrider. Seats 6, 115hp Evinrude, new canvas, trailer included. Marina maintained. $2,400. Please call Steve 609-462-7219. 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. 17ft. 1992 O’Day Daysailer with trailer. Excellent condition. Honda 4 stroke OB. $1,500/OBO. Located in Surf City. Call 609-361-1498. 17ft. 1995 Pro-Line 170 CC w/ 2006, 75hp Mercury Optimax engine, VHF, DF, bimini top, plus 1996 Sea Lion single axle trailer. $7,500. 201-543-7259. 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)

25ft. 1996 C-Hawk Sport Cabin w/ trailer. Volvo Penta I/O, dual prop, electronics, second driving station. Low hours. $16,999. Call 609-6100795.

19ft. 1986 Newbridge twin-keel sailboat. English made. 5hp engine, cuddy. Loves the wind! LoadRite trailer w/power winch. $5,500/ OBO. 609-658-1098. (View picture81042 online)

25ft. 2004 Aquasport Explorer w/ hardtop. Excellent condition, professionally maintained, 225hp Yamaha 4 stroke, 260 hours. Garmin color GPS Map 188/fishfinder, VHF, stereo, new cushions/coaming pads. In Manahawkin. $29,900. Call 732-439-1154.

19ft. 1999 Sea Ray Cuddy Cabin 205 I/O. Very low hours. See at Mordecai Boat Basin, Beach Haven. $7,500. 973-978-6606.

25ft. Sea Ray Bowrider, 2001. 7.4L-V8 Bravo-3 dual prop, 340hrs. In water on LBI. Best offer. Call or text 914-522-9397.

19ft. Bayliner Bowrider (1988), with Mercury 125hp O/B (1999) and trailer. Good condition. Great lines. Ready for use TODAY! $3,500. LBI. 609-923-9786.

26ft. 2000 Robalo 2640, 296 hours. Professionally maintained, all service records. Furano color D/F, 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.

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. 20ft. 1996 Grady White WA/cuddy. 175 Yamaha, 2006 Load-Rite trailer, VHF, GPS/FF, many extras. Original owner. $15,000/OBO. 609273-6215. (View picture81043 online) 20ft. 1999 Key West (2020DC). 150hp Johnson, UHF radio, F/F, live well, washdown, full canvas, winter cover, Load-Rite trailer w/ electric winch. ‘‘The Works’’ for $8,900. 609-494-9113. 21ft. 1996 Bayliner Capri Bowrider. 5.7 Merc I/O, 350hp. Great family boat, well maintained. Full cover, winter canvas & trailer. In Surf City. $7,900. 609-744-3213. (View picture81040 online) 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, electric start. Good sails, many accessories. $2,950/OBO ($2,000 without engine). Info 609-978-0921. (View picture81031 online) 22ft. 1982 O’Day 22 sailboat. Ready to launch. Located in Ship Bottom. $1,500/OBO. Please call 856-520-3490. 22ft. 2001 Angler CC Fisherman. 200hp Merc, GPS/DF, VHF, swim platform, trailer. Marina maintained. $11,500. Located LEH. Call 609296-6227.

28ft. 1983 O’Day centerboard sloop, 3ft.3in. draft. Sleeps 5. Universal 11hp diesel. Roller furling genoa, mainsail cover, DF, knottmeter, autopilot, GPS, 2-man kayak, bimini top. Wheel steering. Sailready, in water on LBI. Beautiful boat. Many extras. $15,500. Call 609-709-8322. 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 $84,900. Call Rob, 609-927-5900. (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.

38ft. 2006 Silverton Flybridge Convertible. Twin 425hp Crusader engines, 106 hours. 10kw Kohler generator. GPS, radar, many extras. Boat like new. Qualified buyers only. $185,000. Call Bob 609-7379214. AH... TO DREAM. Do you want to be lulled to sleep listening to the water? Do you want to relax on the sofa with cool breezes or air conditioning while reading a good book? Perhaps you’d rather sunbathe on soft cushions while sipping Margaritas fresh out of the refrigerator or make a snack in the microwave or a meal on the stove. Indoor or outdoor dining with music is your option. Had too many cold ones and need to go? The bathroom is steps away with everything you need. Maybe you’d rather take an open air cruise to your favorite waterfront restaurant... and bring a few friends, there’s room for 12! Yes, this beautifully maintained 1997 24ft. Maxum Cruiser could be the answer to those dreams, and at $11,500 it’s not a nightmare! Call 609-276-1884 to see if dreams come true.

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PERSONAL WATERCRAFT 15ft. Sea•Doo hardbottom inflatable. Needs motor work. Trailer included. $500 firm. 609-492-4996. 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.

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22ft. Tanzer sailboat w/cradle & trailer. Great bay/family boat. 9.9 Evinrude, low hours, clean. Asking $2,200. 215-745-6598.

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22ft.6in. 1990 Baja 226 DSR Bowrider w/trailer. 454 Merc IO, Bravo 1 drive. Must sell, $6,500/OBO. Call 718-909-7305.

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23.5ft. 2004 Robalo R235. Yamaha F225 w/355 hours. Hardtop w/full enclosure, fully loaded. Call for details. $30,950. 609-978-1096. (View picture81041 online)

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

24ft. 2008 Sea Ray Sundancer. Original owner. Warranties through 2013. Only 35 hours. $44,000. On LBI. Call or text 201-925-5143.

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.

24ft. Grady White Offshore 1986. Hardtop w/electronics box. 250hp Yamaha on brackett. Fish finder sonar w/mapping GPS. $16,500. Extras. 610-716-9557. (View picture81038 online)

18ft. Sea Ray bowrider 2002, 4.3 Mercruiser, 200 hours. Trailer, new canvas. Excellent condition. $9,250. BHW. 973-713-7896. (View picture81044 online)

25ft. 1972 Bertram hardtop, twin 165 Mercruiser stern drives, F/W cooled, hydraulic steering, 120 gallon fuel capacity. Best offer. 609597-5816.

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609-296-0309 460 Dock Road, West Creek NJ

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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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 Beach Haven, Sportsman’s Marina. Floating boat slips available. Also Jet Ski docks. Full service. Call 609-492-7931 or 609-492-5663. Boat slip up to 25ft., Holyoke & Bay. Private, sheltered, deep. Near Buoy 109. For more info call 609290-1960.

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

CARL’S RIGGING LLC

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

KAYAK RENTALS Kayaks and SUPS

•Tours: $39 per person •Rentals: Hourly/Daily/Weekly •Sales: SUPs $499 package. We deliver. Acme Surf & Sport, 84th St., Brighton Beach. 609492-4996. acmebeachandbike.com

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

609-978-1175

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BAYVIEW CANVAS

Boat Canvas– custom fabrication and repair. All types enclosures, covers, upholstery, marine carpeting, residential canvas. 609-276-2720. www.bayviewcanvaslbi.com 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. Hi-Tide 9,000lb. aluminum boat lift, 120 volt, 30 amp, requires 4 pilings. Excellent condition. $1,700/OBO. 609-494-2077. Yamaha controls, all linkage 23ft. 2 batteries, selector, harness, anchor, steer cable, tach & trim gauges, aluminum prop. Paid over $1,200, asking $395. Call 609-4948808.

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

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Builders & Developers of Waterfront Property

Bulkheads • Docks • Davits Boat Lifts • Marine Inspections 609-597-3391 Servicing the LBI Community for more than 20 years Fully licensed and insured Lic# 13VH02879600

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CANOES/KAYAKS FOR SALE

DOCKS • DECKS • EXCAVATION PIERS • PERMITS

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15ft. 2010 Bell Morning Star canoe. Red Royalex hull. Very good condition. $975. Call 609-812-0565.

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