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To the Editor: I have seen several letters regarding parking in Surf City and tickets that have been issued. There seems to be a problem there more than anywhere else on the Island. I know last year Mayor Connors replied to one letter that the ticketing was being done for public safety, not to generate revenue. However, it seems to me that if Mayor Connors really wanted to push safety, he would have the curbs painted yellow to indicate no parking. This does not have to be done for the whole town, just the busy areas where the majority of the tickets are issued. I would think a summer intern could do the painting in a week or two in June and the problem would be solved. Beach Haven does it and we see no letters of complaint about ticketing there. Without the clear marking of the noparking zones, it seems to me it is more for revenue than safety. Bill Appelget The Dunes
To the Editor: On a recent July Sunday, as I paddled out into the lagoon from my family’s shore house on my makeshift paddleboard, my heart sank. I spotted in the water below a large, off-white jellyﬁsh with long tentacles. For the ﬁrst time in my life, I did not want to fun-lovingly fall into Barnegat Bay. My initial thought was that it was a dreaded sea nettle – the species of jellyﬁsh threatening the enjoyment and livelihood of northern Barnegat Bay. For years, it has been reported that the degradation of the northern half of Barnegat Bay invited the sea nettles to settle there. I had always thought the southern half of the bay was cleaner and less prone to sea nettle infestation. I quickly got a ﬁx on my location and paddled to the house for a net. I ﬁnally relocated the intruder and netted it. I had to get it out of what my recently deceased father had always proclaimed the bay to be, “the best swimming pool.” After an inspection of my catch and some research, it was conﬁrmed that the jellyﬁsh was, in fact, a sea nettle. Then, to my dismay, my nephew spied another large jellyﬁsh off the dock. As I resumed my paddling, I spotted several more of the gelatinous creatures. For the ﬁrst time in my life, I was presented with an actual obstacle to my enjoyment of the bay. The sea nettle’s long tentacles can pierce human ﬂesh with barbs that inﬂict immense pain, in extreme cases resulting in the death of its victims. When inquiring of a neighbor if she had encountered any sea nettles, she replied that she has and that the best way to remedy the sting is with an immediate wash of the stung area with white vinegar, then cortisone cream after a shower. Another neighbor says he scouts the bay from a rowboat while his wife swims. Remedies and evasive tactics?! This sounds more like advice for use on the Amazon River. Barnegat Bay is not only a medium to move a boat through. It is a resource for ﬁsh, crabs, clams and other seafood. It is also a fantastic place to swim, especially on days when the ocean is too cold or rough to swim in. If we really care about this resource and all that it offers, we need to educate ourselves and Continued on Page 12
Providing Ammo For Gun Control By LARRY SAVADOVE r. Zimmerman, meet Mr. Holmes. It’s unlikely these two have ever met, of course, but in a few short months they together have managed to cut through the blather in our seemingly endless debate over gun control. George Zimmerman is the neighborhood watchman in Florida who killed teenager Trayvon Martin, who was walking in his neighborhood in February. Zimmerman said he acted in self-defense when a ﬁght between the two broke out after he told the youth to stop. James Holmes is the deranged man who killed 12 people last month in a movie theater in Colorado. He hasn’t said anything so far; some observers think he’s so out of it he doesn’t know what’s going on. Both men used guns. The guns were legal. But even the National Riﬂe Association – the powerful lobby that has historically blocked any move to tighten gun control – indicated that it might now re-examine the issue. Polls indicate a majority of Americans favor tighter controls, as do most chiefs of police. Gun controls are useless, opponents have always argued. If we try to control guns, then only criminals will have them. If we don’t, proponents reply, the violence will only increase. Proper controls make it harder for not only criminals to get their hands on guns, but loonies, children and untrained, frightened people as well. Guns don’t kill people, argues the NRA; people kill people. Should we control knives, hatchets and baseball bats, too? How about bows and arrows? Why not hand grenades or bazookas? counter the pro-controllers. If you’re such a bad shot that you need an automatic riﬂe with a 100-bullet magazine, you shouldn’t be allowed to get anywhere near a gun in the ﬁrst place. Let the government take away our guns and we’re defenseless. Nobody’s talking about taking away your gun or your car or your baseball bat, just requiring a few rules of engagement. Continued on Page 12
Politics, Barbecues and the Big Picture By MICHAEL KANE ummertime is wonderful to me because it brings about some of my favorite things to do, among which are being outdoors all the time, playing golf, being on the water and going to barbecues, or, as we called them when I was young, cook-outs. As a kid, I used to take a break from watermelon seed-spitting contests and making poptop chains and go sit at a splintery picnic table and listen to the adults talk. I would sit wide eyed and listen to my elders have lively discussions about things. I would pay particular attention to topics of a political stripe, probably because I was attracted to the animation. Sometimes, the arguments would get quite heated and
Grandpa Takes on the Olympics By MARC LIPMAN s the Summer Olympics were approaching, I started thinking about the events and what they would be like for people such as myself. I am a healthy 67-year-old who participates in casual sports and some exercise. I am not a fanatic about either of those two things. With that in mind, I mulled over how the Olympic events could be modiﬁed to make them more relevant for me and some of my friends and relatives. People need to be in shape for sporting events. I do not understand the techniques some people use for exercise. I can understand how “going to the gym” would be useful. But why take the elevator to the second ﬂoor to use the StairMaster? And why bother with the “climbing wall”? Going up my stairs after my grandchildren have visited and left their toys offers me the same challenge.
I like walking and biking. But when joggers pass me with that pained, exhausted look on their faces, I wonder, why do they do that? I commented to one of my relatives how I was exhausted, sweating and panting with shaky legs after doing a metric century bike ride. He said, “I get the same experience after climbing a ﬂight of stairs.” Some events are much too grueling. The triathlon involves swimming, running and cycling, a 1.5-kilometer (0.93-mile) swim, a 40 kilometer (25-mile) bike ride, and a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) run. There is an “ironman” version that is even more ridiculous. Note that the swimming portion always occurs ﬁrst. If it occurred last, some contestants like me would drown. My version of the event – I call it the “Senior Triathlon” – would be a 5-mile bike ride, a 2-mile walk, and a half hour soak in the hot tub. I am more prepared for some events – Continued on Page 18
even scary. When the healthcare debate started a few years ago, I exchanged some lively e-mails with one of my oldest friends, Leslie, whom I met here on Long Beach Island when we were 15 years old. Leslie’s political thinking, which I admire because it is well informed and thought out, and at the same time quite passionate, is also quite opposed to mine. In one e-mail, I told Leslie that as I got older, I was becoming more political, and she responded with something like “Are you kidding? You have always been political!” That is the beneﬁt of keeping in touch with people who knew you when you were young. They remind you who you are. If you are lucky enough, they will remind you to be true to who you are. Back to politics and barbecues. Once I went to a barbecue with a girl whom I had only recently met. She had relatives who were from a once-prominent family in New Jersey politics, and the barbecue was to be held at their home. I had been warned that her mother was, politically, to the left of just about any single liberal I could think of, and very passionate about her beliefs. So I decided to be on my best behavior, which for me is most easily done by just taking the cotton out of my ears and placing it into my mouth. As I entered the back yard of a grand home near Trenton, one of the ﬁrst people I met was an old classmate of mine from my days at Rutgers. We took several politically charged classes together, and argued passionately in class and even more passionately afterward over too many pitchers of cold beer in the campus pub. We embraced warmly, and then he began to tell everyone a few anecdotes that started with “You wouldn’t believe what this guy used to say.” The party progressed nicely. I met a lot of really interesting people who were involved in the New Jersey political scene. At one point, I found myself sitting at a large, crowded Continued on Page 8
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True social justice does not come from lapel ribbons. It does not come from banning books or speech that we consider hateful or racist. explained what I thought those merits were. Most importantly, though, I told her that while we sat around and devoted our considerable intelligence and reason and effort to discussing this important topic, those in our government, along with their lobbyist and big business friends were out playing country club golf or sitting on their waterfront terraces and carving up the country like it was their own freshly baked apple pie. We get whipped up about these storms in tea cups, I said, while they invent new schemes to vacuum up every bit of our wealth that they possibly can. I really don’t think my words convinced her of the wisdom of my beliefs. My beliefs, though, have not changed all these years later. I believe even more strongly than ever that it is the manipulation of the masses that has led to the state of affairs that America ﬁnds itself in. The powers that be use the structure of our government, our beliefs and our passions against us in outright or insidious ways, and mostly, it seems to me that just a few of us ever see the deceit and the lies. In all things, it is essential not to quickly respond, but rather, to take a huge breath and then a step or ﬁve steps back and examine the entire picture. Look long enough at any seemingly altruistic item the government passes our way via a complicit and compliant media, and follow the money trail. Rarely is there a bill
to those who threaten our nation or welcoming foreign cultures to our shores. Real social justice does not come from raising the glass ceiling, but rather from recognizing that children do a lot better when at least one of their parents is home with them and when we ask ourselves who really beneﬁts from the two-income family. It happens when education really teaches children about the basics of language, literature, mathematics, accurate history and science, rather than indoctrinating them with programs foisted without funding upon the local schools that are dreamt up by a bureaucrat who needs to keep his job at the state education department. Social justice occurs not by giving our boys Ritalin, but rather by teaching them by example that becoming productive, able and gentle men who are secure and ﬁrm in their convictions is what is essential and enduring and truly attractive, and that money, tattoos, profane language and beer muscles will not make them seem more masculine, but rather foolish, and will fade with time. A just society turns away from and boycotts any commercial entity that seeks to proﬁt by encouraging women to believe that their value is in their bodies and how they adorn them rather than in their physical and spiritual health. Social justice recognizes that the incidence of Continued on Page 21
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End of an Era To the Editor: I am learning of the 4th of July incident in Surf City through recent letters to the editor. I am particularly saddened due to the recent death of my father, Alvin Clay. Dad was responsible for almost 40 years of celebrating the 4th on the 23rd Street beach. Many people often believed that the borough held these celebrations; however, it was my parentsâ€™ doing. Dad decided a long time ago that it would be wonderful to celebrate with the community by having races for the children (and old bags,) but Iâ€™ll get to that later. Each year Mom would bake blueberry pies for the pie-eating contest and provide hot dogs and lemonade for lunch ... to total strangers. Dad would organize the races and my siblings and I would help. The races began with my husband playing the â€œcall to the racesâ€? on his trumpet. Then the children came running! Races were held for different age groups (even a sack race for the â€œold bagsâ€? 30 and over). Candy prizes were given out, then lunch was offered from our deck! I was very sad to hear that our neighbors who â€œpicked up the ballâ€? to keep this tradition
FUN AND GAMES: July 4th revelers gathered on the 22nd-23rd Street beach last summer. The group was forced to leave this year. going were treated so poorly by the police. Hereâ€™s to you, Dad, a true patriot ... the end of an era. Connie Clay Pelesh Media, Pa.
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who dress up in red, white and blue and parade up to the beach and salute the ďŹ‚ag while patriotic music plays on. Games are played such as water balloon toss and tug-of-war. I have been spending my summers on LBI for 40 years and want readers to get a clear picture of the joy and fun that this gathering produces for the residents of Surf City. Included is a picture of last yearâ€™s gathering that shows just how this parade and celebration of freedom looks. As you can see, the residents are nowhere near any beachgoers who happen to be out that early in the morning. The group is made up of Surf City taxpayers who not only pay to be on the beach but also pay the salaries of those Surf City ofďŹ cials who stopped the parade this year in the middle of the festivities. No one is drinking or eating, no one is breaking any rules; they are simply standing on a beach that they pay a beach badge fee to be on. These ofďŹ cials just canâ€™t argue their way around their own shortsightedness and stupidity, but itâ€™s Surf City, which means they just make their own rules and expect that everyone will just go back home to Philadelphia or New York in a few months and not hold them accountable to sensible government. Jim Owens Upper Dublin Township, Pa.
The group is made up of Surf City taxpayers who not only pay to be on the beach but also pay the salaries of those Surf City ofďŹ cials who stopped the parade this year in the middle of the festivities. as American ďŹ‚ags are waved, the anthem and other patriotic songs sung, and sack races and tugs-of-war held. All of this is up near the dunes, and nothing of peril to others on the beach. Who doubts that these friendly citizens, yes taxpayers, have been celebrating our countryâ€™s birth for 40 years? Apparently our town fathers, as was expressed at a recent council meeting. This entire incident was handled poorly. Then, further, kite ďŹ‚ying is prohibited! No ball playing! No fun on Surf City beaches. The writer of this letter (â€œRules Go Too Far,â€? 7/18) made an excellent point: What is next? It seems that people are confused about parking near intersections. There are no signs. Curbs are not painted yellow. This leaves a perfect opportunity for revenue. Why would vacationers choose Surf City as the town to spend their dollars? Family community or police state? Joan Porath Surf City
Itâ€™s Un-American To the Editor: Reading about the problems with the 4th of July celebration in Surf City, I was so angry to hear about the stopping of traditional songs and games and the enjoyment of the beach for us Americans. This is not Communism; this is America. We all read about the townâ€™s unfairness. Now letâ€™s hear what is going to done about this. I havenâ€™t read about a letter of apology being issued. D. McCarthy Barnegat
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Continued from Page 6 The Second Amendment says, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” That’s a dependent clause that depends on the word “militia,” not a stand-alone statement. There’s already too much government interference in our lives. Now they’re trying to control smoking, obesity, dog walking … Yeah, yeah, and you can’t drive a tonand-a-half SUV down the road without a license, you can’t drive drunk even with a license, you can’t sell drugs to kids, you can’t beat your wife … you can’t hurt anybody. The rules are to protect everybody. So what’s going to protect us from the government? The government is us. We put representatives in place, and we can take them out if they don’t do the job. So what’s the problem? We put them in place, but after that we don’t pay much attention. Sometimes our representatives listen to special groups instead of polls. Until something dramatic
It’s certainly true that people kill people. Making it easier for them makes no sense.
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Continued from Page 6 get involved. To beat back the sea nettle and the environmental conditions in which its population accelerates, please go to the following websites to see what is being done and what you can do: state.nj.us/dep/barnegatbay, bbp.ocean. edu/pages/1.asp and savebarnegatbay.org. John Denlinger Harvey Cedars
Lucky and Thankful To the Editor: On Sunday, July 22, at around 4:45 p.m., I was bodysurﬁng at the end of Essex Avenue in Beach Haven. Due to a mistimed wave, I was thrown headﬁrst into the sand in about three or four feet of water. Immediately upon impact my body went limp and I was unable to move. At the time, I was completely submerged under water. After a brief period of time I slowly started to regain movement and was able to get my head out of the water. I fought my way over to the nearest person and asked for help. The gentleman provided assistance
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Continued from Page 12 damage. By the end of the day Tuesday I was back home. It was during my time in the hospital that my wife told me about all the help we received from our neighbors and friends on Essex Avenue. This included moving my personal belongings from the beach, feeding and entertaining our 10- and 11-year-old sons and many other offers of help. I have had many ups and downs since Sunday and have a long way to go to recovery. However, I consider myself incredibly lucky on multiple levels. This brings me to the ultimate point of this letter. I would like to take this opportunity to wholeheartedly thank my family, everyone from LBI mentioned above and many others for their help and professionalism on that Sunday. Bruce Denmark Moorestown, N.J.
Thanks, Professor To the Editor: Regarding the July 11 Commentary titled â€œU.S. Gets Jobbed: Figuring Out Unemployment Rateâ€™s Intricaciesâ€? by Gene Moynihan, ďŹ rst there is the miniscule bad, then the gratefully received good. It is just a personal perception, perhaps not necessary, perhaps not germane, but I was surprised that this excellent explanation of unemployment numbers eschewed laying the blame for unemployment on O, Bush (either), Clinton or anyone. This criticism is minor compared to the humble, sincere thanks I owe Professor Moynihan. I only wish I had taken economics or anything else he may have been teaching. Iâ€™m just soooooo impressed! His piece was cogent, understandable and succinct. Dick Fagan Haven Beach The writer is a former ďŹ‚oor trader on the New York Stock Exchange.
Outdated System To the Editor: After reading Pat Johnsonâ€™s article about Little Egg Harbor spending $750,000 to revaluate the town (â€œLittle Egg Harbor Faces Inevitable, Prepares to Revaluate Township,â€? 7/18), I agreed with my fellow Sunrise Bay residents that the town needs to pay cops and pay bills in an era of falling house prices. What I do not agree with is spending the money on a system that was designed in 1890. More than 500 municipalities spending millions of dollars to ďŹ nd out what things are worth every ďŹ ve to 10 years is nuts. Committeeman Ed Nuttall has it correct when he said, â€œThe state Legislature should be looking at what other states are doing to
adjust the rates by computer.â€?As any snowbird from Ocean County knows, Florida and South Carolina have this system now. We urge the LEH Committee to pass a non-binding resolution to be passed on to the District 9 legislators, the freeholders and the governor to eliminate the current assessment system in New Jersey. We have ďŹ ve senior developments in LEH. I ask each to start a petition to pass this resolution. Let anyone who can get 10 signatures in their neighborhood join us. We hope to get all senior communities in Ocean County next, followed by the whole state. We can do this! Tom Marchesello Little Egg Harbor
Uncivilized Rant The following was addressed to James Morgan, author of last weekâ€™s letter â€œDriven Crazy.â€? Dear Mr. Morgan: After reading your rabid rant against Bennies in high-end sports cars cruising Long Beach Boulevard in the left lane, I would ask that you consider that across this planet there is great suffering, starvation, persecution and war. And consider that all over our world some of the good die young and too many of the old die lonely. And also consider that in this great country millions of men and women search in vain for jobs to feed and cloth and house their families. So this left lane issue, while a legitimate concern, might be addressed in a slightly more civilized tone. Consider that those vile interlopers from the boros and burbs north of our splendid island travel long toll roads to inhale the salt air and rest their weary backs on the warm sand. And while doing so they dig down into their deep pockets and ďŹ ll the tills of restaurants, real estate ofďŹ ces and purveyors of LBI shot glasses. So what is it, Mr. Morgan: â€œHate the Bennies, but love their bucksâ€?? Here is some advice for you as you count down the hours to Labor Day and thus miss the joyous sound of vacationing children splashing in the surf. I will put it in language familiar to those who reside in the hills of Rockland, the Jersey Meadowlands, the brownstones of Brooklyn and, yes, the Jersey Shore: Chill out, man! John Montone (Once a Bennie, Always a Bennie) Glen Rock, N.J., and Ship Bottom
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Continued from Page 14 As owners of the Sea Shell Resort and Beach Club, we, along with many other civic-minded Beach Haven business owners, recognize the trend in other towns of providing public bike parking in the more congested areas of town. Speciﬁcally, we want to donate environmentally friendly bike racks to the town that would be installed in areas around certain public beach entrances, and in the Bay Village and the public dock areas. We hope to offer bike racks that will be able to park in excess of 100 bikes. These beautifully designed racks will help reduce car trafﬁc during the day and in the evening. The project will also encourage residents and visitors to use their bikes and promote a healthier environment for all. The initial cost of the project will be funded by the Striped Bass Derby and the dedicated business owners and ﬁshermen in Beach Haven and the surrounding area. Hopefully, over time this green initiative can expand throughout the entire community, by having individual business owners and citizens sponsor bike racks around other key locations in town. We have had discussions with borough ofﬁcials, who are very receptive to the idea. Our goal is to have this in place and ready for next summer season. Last year’s derby was a huge success, drawing more than 100 boats and nearly 400 anglers. Our efforts raised $15,000 for the Stafford Wrestling Club. Our goal for this event is to provide yet another reason for people to frequent our island during the fall season, provide a venue for boat ﬁshermen and, most importantly, provide funds for worthwhile local projects. The Sea Shell encourages ﬁshermen and business sponsors alike to get involved and to make this year’s derby the best ever. Tom Hughes, Owner Sea Shell Club Beach Haven
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I retorted, “You get a lot more exercise with a bike like mine.” I am also a lot braver than some of those so-called experienced riders. Would they have enough courage to ingest a slice of pecan pie and a Coke at 9 a.m. with the temperature above 90 degrees and 40 more miles to go? Some Olympic challenges such as weight lifting require extensive strength. Those contestants may be good at lifting a metal bar with weights at either end into the air. But I dare them to attempt going three blocks to the beach and another stretch across the sand carrying three beach chairs, an umbrella, a jug of water, food, towels, books, sprays and lotions, buckets and shovels without having to stop and rest. And then there is the return trip, forgetting that emptying that jug of water would make the task easier. The LBI equivalent of the hammer throw involves throwing a lead weight on the end of a string into the water and pulling it back. Sometimes people will do this for hours. Every now and then a ﬁsh will somehow become attached to the line and have to be removed. Fortunately, this happens so rarely that their exercise is seldom interrupted. An Olympic event that was held only in the early 1920s was the tug-of-war. This contest still seems to be very active on the Island. However, instead of being between two groups of people, it is between a person and a dog. It seems that whenever a dog is on a leash, the person wants to go one way and the dog another way. In this contest the dog often wins. Most of the Olympic events require years and years of preparation and practice, assuming you have the extensive amount of skill to begin with. There is almost no event that I have the slightest chance of even qualifying for. However, there is one I think I could win a gold medal in – the biathlon in the Winter Olympics. This event involves skiing and shooting. With my vision and a riﬂe in my hands, do you think any contestant in his or her right mind would get anywhere near me? Y Marc Lipman lives in Barnegat Light.
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ov. Chris Christie rolled into Bayview Park in Brant Beach on Long Beach Island, via a small motorcade of big, blacked-out SUVs, around 4 p.m. last Thursday. Followed by a small group of suited security men, he bounded out of the passenger side of the ﬁrst car, sporting rolled-up shirtsleeves and ﬂashing a grin. Upon his arrival, a large round of applause erupted from a crowd of 300 or so people, as Bruce Springsteen music played triumphantly in the background. Between shaking hands with those around him, he posed for a picture with a couple of eager fans who had been waiting for him in the hot sun near the outdoor pavilion, for nearly an hour. Christie came to the Island to speak with constituents about tax cuts and other relevant information, as part of his “Endless Summer Tax Relief Tour,” dubbed “A Conversation at the Jersey Shore.” He was greeted with more excited cheers before assuming his position on the pavilion, overlooking Barnegat Bay – a beautiful display the governor said he couldn’t imagine living without. “This is what passes for work when you’re governor of New Jersey in the summertime,” he said, looking toward the water and eliciting yet another enthusiastic round of applause from the crowd. Christie immediately began talking about the many things the state has accomplished thus far in his tenure. However, there was one thing he said he hasn’t yet accomplished, and that’s relieving New Jerseyans from high income taxes, which he said the state’s residents have been waiting to receive for more than a decade. The
LISTEN UP: After Christie’s 15-minute speech on tax cuts, the governor opened up the ﬂoor to questions and comments. The crowd listens intently as he addresses their local concerns. crowd was in favor of this proposal, but what he would be interested in hearing more about they really wanted to know was more near and Bushnell’s ideas regarding the area’s economic growth. dear to their LBI-loving hearts. Dorothy Jedziniak, a local oceanfront propRick Bushnell, president of ReClam the Bay, a local environmental group dedicated to pre- erty owner who has lived on the Island for more serving Barnegat Bay and restoring its shellﬁsh than 42 years, said she, too, was concerned about population, praised Christie’s pledge to address the area’s economic fortune. She asked Christie the bay’s fragile ecosystem in the 10-point Com- to help people on the Island like her who are facprehensive Barnegat Bay Restoration Plan. But ing an eminent-domain battle about easements he also thought it was time the governor took a for the federal beach-replenishment program. She said she fears the easement will give the look at the economic side of things. “We think you’re the ﬁrst governor that’s government the power to place a boardwalk, really looked at this comprehensively,” said hot dog stand or even a bathroom facility in Bushnell, motioning toward the bay. “But this front of her property and on the properties of estuary should be an aquaculture haven that those around her. “Do we object to beach replenishment? No, should be producing $60 (million) to $100 million (a year) – no question about it. The one thing sir,” she said. “I’ve been in that program with that seems to be lacking in the 10-point plan is the group since 2005 in the St. Francis Center. how to do more of an economic revitalization. We have tried to compromise, we have tried I really do believe, as do many others, that to to reason, and no one will change those three make it an ecological success, we need to make words. “Perpetuity” – that means our land, once we sign that easement, goes to my children and it an economical success.” Christie agreed, acknowledging he had fo- their children forever; we don’t want that. The cused solely on saving Barnegat Bay and saying second is “liability”; that we can take because he thought it would be a good idea to consider liability is on everyone’s property. And the last the prosperity of the estuary. He told Bushnell is the most dangerous, and that’s “assignment.” … I’m an old-timer, and to have this beautiful jewel change into a commercial – that’s what assignment means.” Christie said he believed the power of eminent domain is a legitimate government tool that needs to be used sparingly and smartly. He said he isn’t going to stand in the way of future progress, but he gave his word that individual provide support and incentive for municipalities property rights would be respected as long as and schools to improve their existing recycling he was in charge. programs and thereby hopefully reduce the cost Dr. Melinda Boye-Nolan also asked that of trash disposal. This program offers ﬁnancial the state respect the area’s inﬂux of homeless assistance to interested municipalities and people. A board member of Family Promise of schools for projects such as improvements to Southern Ocean County, a nonproﬁt interfaith existing recycling centers or development of organization based in Barnegat that helps needy new residential recycling centers, new recycling families, she said she was concerned about the collection containers for the classroom and recent lawsuit against the county on behalf of educational materials to improve and increase the Atlantic City Rescue Mission. Looking for recycling efforts in their communities.” Christie’s advice on the matter, she said Family The program, said Kuhlwein, directs money Promise has been sending the county’s homeless to municipal drop-off centers like the one in to the mission because Ocean County has no Long Beach Township because those operations shelter to offer them. foster increased recycling. In response, Christie said the mission is inun“It helps increase recycling for the town, dated with homeless people from many counties which means less garbage goes to the landﬁll,” around southern New Jersey, and the problem is which saves the town, and the taxpayers, money. contributing to the city’s crime rate. He said it’s Also in 2011, the freeholders awarded unfair to the homeless and to the city, especially $2,478.50 locally to Ship Bottom borough while it’s trying to revitalize itself as a resort through the recycling grant program, which is destination. He thought the situation needed funded from the State Recycling Enhancement better coordination among the different counties, Act Tax and the County Recycling Revenue which he said Human Services Commissioner Sharing Program. Jennifer Velez would look into. Until Sept. 13, the recycling drop-off center, “This is a real problem,” said Christie. “… at 7910 Long Beach Blvd. in Beach Haven Crest, Lots of folks are sending homeless to Atlantic is open 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through County, many more than the mission can handle. Friday, and 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. The homeless folks are just sleeping on the Off-season hours and additional information, streets in Atlantic City; they have no place else including the 2012 trash and recycling schedule, to go,” he explained. “The mission down there are posted at longbeachtownship.com/depart- does great work and does a great job, but they ments/publicworks.html. only have so much capacity. And when they — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch Continued on Page 24
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ecent grant-funded upgrades at the Long Beach Township Department of Public Works facility in Beach Haven Crest support the municipality’s goal of increased recycling efforts. The $25,000 worth of improvements to the recycling drop-off center – which included a relocation closer to the front of the yard, along Long Beach Boulevard – were made possible by funds from the Ocean County Recycling Grant Program. “The grants were geared toward supporting single-stream recycling education and improving or developing municipal recycling centers,” said township recycling coordinator Angela Contillo Andersen. In regard to the drop-off relocation, she explained, “It is more convenient in the front of the yard, as it keeps the center separate from the Department of Public Works operations in the rear of the property and is able to accommodate an increased number of bins to keep the materials moving through the center.” “I’ve seen it the old way and I’ve seen it the new way, and this makes it a more convenient and safer operation now,” said Ernie Kuhlwein, director of waste management for Ocean County. Since 2001, the county has funded more than $1.3 million in municipal and school projects through the Ocean County Recycling Grant Program, as noted in the county’s 2011 online recycling guide. “The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders established this program to
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Gov. Speaks to Crowd in Brant Beach Continued from Page 22 can’t take people, and people begin to get turned away, it’s creating a bigger problem in Atlantic County.” Rudy Valentine, Christie’s former high school football coach, and his wife, Rose, who have known the governor since he was 5 years old, asked his opinion on how to go about solving the municipal consolidation problem on LBI. “We on Long Beach Island: 18 miles long, six municipalities. What can we do to try to maybe look at this and re-evaluate how we’re running our Island?” asked Rose Valentine. Christie said he thought that sort of decision needed to be left up to the local government. If bureaucrats in Trenton tried to consolidate different towns, he believed the state would be LET’S TALK: (Clockwise from top right) Gov. Christie came to LBI via helicopter, to speak on behalf of his ‘Endless Summer Tax Relief Tour.’ He arrived at Bayview Park around 4 p.m. and made his way to the pavilion near the excited crowd. Photographs by Jack Reynolds
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‘Bishop Worldwide’ To Fund Housing Continued from Page 28 retooled and went in that direction.” Home Quest is borrowing the money for Tucker’s Walk from another nonproﬁt, “Bishop Worldwide,” an organization set up by Bishop Rob Colson and the Colson Family of Pleasantville, who made their money by running a recording studio in that town, said Kelly. “They recorded Beyoncé, and now they are located in Los Angeles.” According to the site plan approved by Tuckerton, the housing is for individuals only: a veteran, or a wife or husband of a veteran. “The reason it’s for individuals is because the special needs housing trust fund required single, homeless veterans. So we couldn’t go back and change our whole design; we were too far into the process to change it,” said Kelly. “We told the town it would be for singles. We couldn’t go back – we would have to start over – but it was more important that we stuck by what we told the town. It’s a shame we can’t accommodate a husband and a wife. I’m hoping at one point we can revisit that with the town so we can include more veterans in our services.” Kelly said state rental assistance similar to Section 8, or HUD, will help the organization provide the housing for a homeless individual who has no resources. “But we have certain criteria: it’s independent living,” said Kelly. “If you are homeless with severe issues, then we will refer you to a transitional facility to provide you the resources you will need, and then you can come back and re-apply for permanent housing. “For the non-subsidized housing, our hope is we will pull in as many resources possible to assist the tenants to pay their rent. There may be additional units available for that, but it will be on an individual basis. If an individual meets a certain criteria for another resource, we can get that for them.” Other resources could include the Veterans Administration, Catholic Charities, the United Way and other local charities. During the development process, Home Quest received funds from Ocean County in the amount of $440,000, and a $125,000 donation from the Oak Hill Foundation. “Our hope is, as we move this forward, we’ll be marketing and reaching out to get further donations, because we don’t have furniture earmarked (for the apartments). We just can’t do it. “Tuckerton has been fabulous. The community has reached out to us, a lot of senior organizations, vet organizations, churches – they want to be part of this. I’m already educating the public that we’re coming to town: hire a vet, give them a discount, assist them in anyway they can. It’s that community support that’s really going to be key to getting the guys acclimated to the community and being successful in the housing.” Kelly then answered questions about a previous project by Home Quest to house veterans in an existing apartment building in Somers Point, called The Gates and renamed Veterans’ Point. “We placed about 25 veterans at Veterans’ Point (about two years ago). But the owner didn’t keep up his end of the deal, and the quality of the housing was substandard, to say the least. And we only provide quality housing; we’re not interested in anything less than that.” “And he (owner of Veterans’ Point) placed people there that we wouldn’t have allowed into our program, that would not have met our criteria. The owner went beyond the advisory council. He placed them because he wanted to, and we tried to help them in anyway that we could.” Kelly said she knew the apartment complex was dangerous when they placed the veterans there but had the hope that the owner would rehab the units. After failed attempts to get the owner to ﬁx the units and the town to help, the organization moved the tenants out, said Kelly. “We relocated them to various places in the community. Some chose to move out of the state Continued on Page 60
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74-year-old woman from Florida has come forward to claim the lost money that was found in the Surf City 5 and 10 on July 21. Surf City Police Chief William Collins said the department put ﬂiers up on the morning of July 24, advertising that between $1,000 and $2,000 in a bank envelope had been turned in. By late afternoon, the bereft woman was reunited with her cash. “She had arrived that morning to meet her family, who were vacationing in Loveladies, and on the way, they stopped at the 5 and 10 and also the arcade before going to their rental. When she arrived there she realized she had lost it. “A grandson saw one of the ﬂyers in Oakies (Butcher Shop in Surf City). The ﬂiers went up Tuesday morning and by late Tuesday afternoon we had found her. “She was a bit excited, and very grateful to get her money back,” said Collins. The money had been turned over to a clerk in the 5 and 10 who turned it over to management, who called the police. Meanwhile, no one has come forward to claim an expensive watch that was found and turned over to the police in May. “There are a lot of really great people on LBI,” said Collins. And also a lot of excitable vacationers who are a bit scattered, what with packing and getting the rental keys and ﬁnding the best place to get a cup of coffee. On Sunday, a pocketbook with “a sizable amount of cash” was left in How You Brewin’ in Surf City. “It’s a clutch Roxie purse,” said Collins. Anyone laying claim to these items may call the Surf City police at 609- 494-8121. —P.J.
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ary Lotano, a builder and developer who has worked throughout Ocean County, and wife Amy Lotano, a cofounder and curator of the Colonel Charles Waterhouse Historical Museum in Toms River, where the couple lives, have been named the Ocean County College Foundation’s Humanitarians of the Year. The Lotanos will be honored at the foundation’s annual Scholarship Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 8, on OCC’s main campus in Toms River. In addition to building homes throughout the county for more than 29 years, Lotano is committed to supporting businesses that will advance the economy. “He has served the community in a variety of leadership positions, including the Toms River-Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Toms River Revitalization Committee, the Saint Barnabas Health Care System Board, and the Community Medical Center Board,” noted OCC Manager of Promotional Programming RoseAnn D’Urso. At the Colonel Charles Waterhouse Historical Museum, meanwhile, Amy Lotano “had the opportunity to make the work of her father, the ﬁrst and only artist-in-residence of the U.S. Marine Corps, accessible to the general public,” said D’Urso. She is a also a Hope Center board member, and has served on the Ocean First Foundation Board since its inception in 1996. The OCC Foundation is a private nonproﬁt organization dedicated to the growth and development of the college through scholarships, endowments, and capital and special projects. In recognition of the foundation’s mission and responsibility to meet the educational needs of county residents, the proceeds from the “Come Fly with Me” Scholarship Celebration in September will support the continuing development of the foundation’s scholarship fund. The cost to attend the event – which includes live entertainment, a gourmet buffet and both live and silent auctions, beginning at 6 p.m. – is $250 per person. For more information, to become a sponsor, or to make a donation, call the foundation at 732-255-0492. —J.K.-H. working and supportive. Being injured when my team needed me was heartbreaking, but I stayed focused and worked through my injury. Meanwhile, I provided encouragement and enthusiasm that has led to people achieving personal bests they could only dream of.” — Eric Englund
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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. Look for the Lindsey L. (picture) the vessel modiſed by Hollywood, to be the Hannah Boden in the movie The Perfect Storm. Antique and Collectible Shows Sunday August 5th, 9am-5pm, Sunday September 16th, 9am to 5pm
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, firstname.lastname@example.org, 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. August 6 - Great War at the Jersey Shore – Southern Regional History Teachers, Jeff Brown and John Tichy discuss events leading to America’s entry into WWI, artifacts and stories about “local” doughboys. Donation appreciated. August 9 - Chocolate Fair “All Things Chocolate” – Demonstrations, Tastings and More. 6pm to 8pm. Tickets at the Door. Adults $10, Under 12 $5. Walking Tours ($10 includes admission) on Tuesday and Friday at 10am of the historic district of Beach Haven. Evening Ghost Stories and Tour Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Adults $15, and under 12 $8. Reservations required (609)-709-1425. Weather permitting.
Other Fun Stuff • Thursday, 5:00 PM, See a shellſsh nursery and ask volunteers about growing shellſsh Surf City Yacht Club South side 9th st Surf City • Friday, 10:00 AM Free Dock Tours Viking Village 19th and Bayview, Barnegat Light • Friday, 11:00 AM, See a shellſsh nursery and ask volunteers about growing shellſsh Municipal Boat Ramp, 10th & Bayview, Barnegat Light • Tuesday, 9:00 AM, Learn about the things in the Bay. Surf City Bay Beach, 16th St.
Explore the ReClam the Bay (RCTB) Clam Trail and find giant decorated clams like the one at Country Kettle Chowda in Bay Village. It’s a fun “treasure hunt” where you will see the giant painted clams, play an educational game, and collect the clam cards! www.reclamthebay.org - maps available at shops, museums, municipal offices, Chamber of Commerce in Ship Bottom.
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T Learn about Barnegat Bay! ReClam the Bay (RCTB) is a local non-pro¿t environmental organization that promotes environmental involvement and education in a constructive and helpful way. Together we grow and maintain millions of baby clams and oysters. As we grow seed clams and oysters to stock our local bay we teach everyone how important and fragile the shell¿sh population and our environment really is. Our mission is to involve and educate the public about the estuary’s water quality and the importance of shell¿sh. We believe that by involving the public in the care, feeding, and life cycles of the shell¿sh they will better understand what an integral role shell¿sh have in our lives. RCTB provides many fun educational events. A real attention getter is The Clam Trail, a treasure hunt that takes players all around Barnegat Bay to see the giant painted clams and learn fun facts about the ecology of the bay. This creates interest while, at the same time, promotes ecotourism in the state. Once people are aware of the life in the bay then they are open to learning more about it, and what they can do to help. Look for ads in the SandPaper or visit www.recalmthebay.org
hough it is not expected to get through the Senate, on July 25, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that expands offshore oil drilling to the Atlantic and Paciﬁc coasts. In a press release, Clean Ocean Action Director Cindy Zipf praised New Jersey’s strong bipartisan opposition to the bill. “The New Jersey delegation voted nearly unanimously in bipartisan support for the ocean by saying ‘No’ to HR 6082, the latest attempt to bring offshore oil and gas drilling to the Atlantic Ocean. Unfortunately despite New Jersey’s strong bipartisan opposition, and the support of New York’s coastal Congressional Democrats, the bill ultimately passed by a margin of 253 to 170.” Zipf praised New Jersey congressmen LoBiondo (R-2nd), Runyan (R-3rd), Pallone (D-6th), Smith (R-4th), Lance (R-7th), Frelinghuysen (R-11th), Andrews (D-1st), Pascrell (D-8th), Rothman (D-9th), Holt (D-12th) and Sires (D13) as well as coastal New York representatives who also voted nay. “The bipartisan support for the ocean by the New York and New Jersey Congressmen today afﬁrmed the region’s longstanding leadership and bi-partisan commitment to our clean ocean economies,” said Zipf. “We are extremely proud that our leaders put politics in the back seat, instead choosing to protect our ﬁsheries, coastal businesses and our Atlantic Ocean.” Clean Ocean Action environmental attorney Sean Dixon added, “All along the New Jersey and Long Island coastlines, our representatives have heard the voices of coastal citizens and businesses; bringing oil and gas drilling to the Atlantic Ocean would risk the ruin of our billiondollar commercial and recreational ﬁsheries, our billion-dollar tourism and recreation industries and our priceless history of ocean stewardship.” COA is planning a “Tour for the Shore” event, sponsoring rallies from Cape May to Montauk Point, Long Island, Aug. 10 to 24, holding rallies and meet-ups in each of the congressional districts to raise awareness of the threat of Atlantic Ocean drilling and “to thank these representatives for their commitment to the ocean and to call for the establishment of the nation’s ﬁrst Clean Ocean Zone,” said Zipf. On Saturday, Aug. 4, the Surfrider Foundation is planning a Hands Across the Sand protest of coastal oil drilling. Two ofﬁcial sites in New Jersey are the Seaside beach and Corson’s Inlet State Park, but impromptu protests are also welcomed. The rules for Hands Across the Sand are simple: form a line at noon, Saturday, Aug. 4, along a beach and hold hands for 15 minutes in silent protest. The foundation asks that people be respectful of others’ views, and ﬂora and fauna Continued on Page 60
PROTECT: Kathy Lacey (seated, left) coordinates a terrapin nesting project in the northern section of LBI, aided by a number of volunteers, including Grace Crimi, 7 (seated, right).
‘Turtle Alert’ Community Aids Terrapins on LBI’s North End
he arrival of August commences the busiest hatching period for Northern diamondback terrapin eggs – which means Kathy Lacey is keeping close watch on the eggs transferred from less suitable nesting spots to a protected hatchery on Long Beach Island’s north end. Lacey coordinates a Sierra Club-funded terrapin nesting conservation initiative in connection with Project Terrapin, the brainchild of supervisor John Wnek and students from the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science in Manahawkin, as well as representatives from the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies, and Drexel University researchers. All those involved in the ecology effort aim to assist a species considered in decline in New Jersey. The project promotes education and conservation activities in and around Barnegat Bay, particularly in Barnegat Light and elsewhere on the northern section of the Island, where there is a concentration of turtle activity. “Locally, terrapins inhabit marshes across the area, but there is no clear indication that the species is stable in Barnegat Bay,” Wnek explained in his summary of the project.
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There are several threats to the mortality of the turtles, both adults and babies, including vehicular trafﬁc on roadways, which “means that every nest is important, and protecting female terrapins is becoming increasingly necessary to protect this species,” Wnek emphasized. This summer, the north end community – neighbors, friends, vacationers – and recruited volunteers helped Lacey save adult terrapins and point out nests that needed to be moved, as sometimes females will lay their eggs in the clay-based dirt of yards, on bulkheaded properties, or in spots that aren’t safe. “Kathy Lacey has done an amazing job coordinating the hatchery on High Bar Harbor,” Wnek said. The large enclosure, expanded this spring, now protects more than 1,000 terrapin eggs in a sandy spot near the dike. As Lacey explained, most female terrapins lay their eggs from the end of May to end of July, with a typical incubation period of 60 to 75 days. The last eggs, then, will usually hatch around the end of September. Lacey, who was raised on LBI and now lives and teaches in Pennsylvania – where she started a non-proﬁt to aid the Eastern box turtle – will continue to travel to her uncle’s Loveladies Continued on Page 60
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Tuckerton Seaport Celebrates Museum’s Expanded Location By JON COEN o some, a surﬁng museum at the Tuckerton Seaport may not seem a logical ﬁt. After all, what do those kids out on the sandbar have to do with the bay folk of the past? Actually, a lot. And the Seaport is going to show just how much when the New Jersey Surf Museum at the Tuckerton Seaport presents “Memories, Mentors and Movies” on Aug. 2. It’s been well documented that the ﬁrst surfers on LBI made their summer money as clammers. Locals “Chill” Paul and William “Wimpy” Paulsworth were great examples of that. The baymen of the 1950s became the watermen of the 1960s. And today, many of those who work on the commercial ﬁshing boats out of Barnegat Light are the Island’s most well-respected surfers. Moreover, many waveriders are skilled recreational ﬁshermen, paddlers, duck hunters, boaters and divers. The roots run deep. The Seaport is a cultural center for preserving the rich maritime history of our area, with classes, exhibits, demonstrations, events and programs that celebrate traditional fishing, lifesaving, boat building, gunning and other
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local Reform Jewish congregation has enlisted the help of a nationally known artist to assist in painting covers for its two Torahs and a curtain for a new ark. Nancy Katz will be working with Congregation Sha’arey Ha-Yam on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 7 and 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the LBI Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies. “Members from our congregation from the youngest children to senior adults will be joining forces to help design and then paint the covers and curtain,” said Philip Altland, music director and congregation executive board member. Altland said that since Sha’arey Ha-Yam means “Gates of the Sea,” the designs likely would feature an ocean theme. “We’ll probably use some shades of blue,” he said. “We could paint some waves, along with ﬁsh or other sea life.” He said that because the congregation does not have a permanent home, the Torahs and ark are portable. “Everything that we have has been donated to us, and we’re very grateful for the support we have received,”
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EXPERTISE: Nancy Katz will be at LBI Arts Foundation Aug. 7 and 8. he said. Altland said that in Jewish tradition, the ark is the holiest part of the synagogue, serving as a shrine of knowledge, history and light. When the congregation formed nine years ago, it held Shabbat services at the Barnegat Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Later, it moved to the Barnegat United Methodist Church. Currently, it holds services twice a month at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit in Manahawkin. “We have an average attendance of 30 to 40 people, but we have more
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SKIMMINGS BEST: LBIâ€™s Siobahn McAuliffe (left) celebrates with Steph Magallanes (center) at the Victoria World Championship of skimboarding, held at Laguna Beach. Siobahn took second.
LBI Skimmer Siobahn McAuliffe Takes Second-Place in Worlds By JON COEN hen Siobahn McAuliffe started skimboarding in Ship Bottom 10 years ago, there werenâ€™t any girls down at the waterâ€™s edge. She was 14. The sport was so small that she basically knew everyone with a skimboard â€“ and they were all guys. In actuality, McAuliffe started skimming at age 9, playing around on little wooden toy boards. â€œI remember that we would be down there with the families and they would say â€˜Letâ€™s go get ice cream,â€™ or â€˜Weâ€™re going up to eat lunch,â€™ and I would just stay at the water and keep skimming,â€? McAuliffe said this week from her home in Cedar Run. Without anyone around her skimming, she eventually lost interest. But as a teenager on vacation in Florida with her family, she saw serious skimmers on real boards. That year she got a skimboard for her birthday. Now 24 years old, she recently took second place among women at the Victoria World Championships of Skimboarding at Aliso Beach Park in Laguna, Calif. Itâ€™s been a passionate drive for McAuliffe, who is essentially second in the world after her big result. Skimboarding is still considered a relatively small sport and a â€œlittle brotherâ€? of surďŹ ng. The ďŹ rst documented skimboarding was in the 1920s by lifeguards around Laguna Beach, Calif., where McAuliffe was the week of July 7 and 8. Skimboarding became somewhat of a progressive sport in the 1960s when beach culture was a focus of American life. Among those to really drive the sport were Tex Haines and Peter Prietto, who formed Victoria Skimboards in the 1970s. Priettoâ€™s nephew is one of the most dominant skimmers in the sport today, and Haines is still running the company. The sport enjoyed a spike in popularity in the 1980s, when many beaches on LBI saw kids tossing boards and sliding toward the waves. After a hiatus, thereâ€™s been a steady growth
over the last 10 years, and LBI happens to be a big part of that. The ďŹ rst summer, McAuliffe went to the beach every day with friend Steve Shattuk from the mainland, and then fell in with kids who were riding almost every day from May to October. At the time it was Reed Crosby and Connor Willem, both of Surf City as well as Chris Brown of Ship Bottom, who were already competing in some regional events. â€œIt really started with Reed Crosby and the whole crew. I wanted to skimboard all the time. I think it was 2005, before I ever did the annual contest in Sea Bright, Reed ran this little contest on his own in Surf City. It was myself and one other girl. And I took second!â€? she recalled. â€œI was so disappointed; I thought â€˜I canâ€™t ever lose again.â€™ And I went up to the Skim Jam in Sea Bright and got ďŹ rst.â€? That was the start of years of good results for McAuliffe. At the same time she was getting more involved, LBIâ€™s young skimmers were getting more serious. The Surf Shack brought the ďŹ rst Zap Skim Jam to Barnegat Light in 2006. Locals had a chance to compete against some of the best skimboarders in North America, and after rubbing elbows with pro talent, they started working harder. They donned wetsuits and extended their season, some riding all year â€™round. In 2007, McAuliffe graduated from Southern Regional High School and took ďŹ rst in the Skim Jam. The following year, she repeated the victory and started riding for Wave Hog Surf Shop. At that time, owner Marco Grasso was repping for Victoria Skimboards and got her a sponsorship. â€œShe was better than most of the boys then. She still is,â€? offered Grasso. â€œWith the way she was skimming and her results, we had to sponsor her. And if you go up to the beach here (Ship Bottom) now, you see all sorts of girls skimming because of her.â€? She was also approached by Extreme OutContinued on Page 47
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SEA LESSONS: (From top) Linda Hochuli (in peach top) of Alliance for a Living Ocean leads kids and parents through a puppet show, featuring Henrietta the horseshoe crab as the Sea Critter of the Week. ALO and ReClam the Bay present educational programs each Friday at the New Jersey Maritime Museum in Beach Haven.
wo grassroots environmental organizations, Alliance for a Living Ocean and ReClam the Bay, have teamed up with the Museum of NJ Maritime History in Beach Haven to offer educational children’s programs every Friday morning. The programs teach kids about marine life and the importance of respecting and protecting the ocean and bay. The partnership is part of a new movement among Island-based nonproﬁt organizations, called “Passport to LBI,” ALO Executive Director Chris Huch explained. “We have come together in order to team up for promotional purposes and to share resources,” he said. “By working together, we hope to bring larger audiences to our programming and prevent competition between nonproﬁt groups on the Island when it comes to scheduling events.” The three groups have devised a morning of children’s programming that is not only educational and fun but also convenient for parents, as a “one-stop-shopping” destination. “This is just one small step toward the goal of establishing Long Beach Island as a haven for ﬂourishing nonproﬁt organizations, working together to create a more diverse destination for tourists and locals alike,” Huch said. This past Friday, starting at 10 a.m., ReClam representative Deborah Harkness presented an interactive lesson on clams and their life cycles and the role they play in keeping the bay water clean. Next, ALO volunteers set up the draped barrier for the puppet show, which introduces young audiences to a different “sea critter” each week. This week was Henrietta the horse-
shore crab, a descendant of prehistoric, arachnid-like animals with ancestors dating back 300 million years. After plush puppets had been handed out to all the children in attendance, Toni Gamils, with her guitar, led the group in a rendition of “The Wheels on the Bike Go Round and Round,” with beach-speciﬁc lyrics: The ﬁshes in the ocean go ‘glub-glubglub,’ all through the sea… The sea gulls in the sky go ‘caw-caw-caw,’ all through the sky. And Linda Hochuli asked the group, what are some examples of ways people can help take care of the ocean? To which 5-year-old Damien Chaillou replied, “If you see someone throw something on the ground, you say, ‘That’s not good.’” Then Aloysius the dolphin, handled by Jenna Hudak, made his entrance on the puppet stage and introduced Henrietta the horseshoe crab, and the kids learned that the horseshoe crab’s blue blood is very helpful to humans. Then Hochuli read a story called Harry the Horseshoe Crab: A Tale of Crawly Creatures, which held everyone’s attention. Some of the puppets used in the show are handmade, and some have been purchased over the years, Huch said. To keep the shows fresh and entertaining, new scripts relating to different sea critters have been written and supplied by local students from Pinelands Regional’s drama department, as well as ALO interns. In the fall, ALO will reach out to Southern Regional and to the Ocean County Vocational-Technical Schools’ Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science (MATES), in the hopes their students can also Continued on Page 60
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everal hours after breaking in the late afternoon on July 24, a water main at 26th Street and Central Avenue in Ship Bottom was repaired. Borough Administrator Richard Bethea said the main was more than 30 years old and located near a catch basin. He said the work was done by a subcontractor of Kyrie Construction, the borough’s water emergency contractor. “Over the years, these types of water mains take a beating from the vibrations caused by the trafﬁc,” said Bethea, who said he was uncertain of the repair work cost. Two years ago, the borough’s water department was taken over by Stafford Township. After the break occurred, approximately 20 homes were without water for several hours. The road was closed as water quickly inundated nearby roadways. “We were fortunate they were able to ﬁnd the problem and get it all done that night,” said Bethea. “Hopefully, we won’t have any more of these problems for awhile.” —E.E
Skimboarding Continued from Page 43 door Supply, based in Utah, through Facebook about skimming for them. “It was kind of random, so I was a little skeptical about signing with them,” she admitted, “but then I saw their name on some videos and decided that they were legitimate. They’ve been really good to me.” She was now competing annually in the Barnegat Light event, the Outer Banks Skim Jam, the Florida Pro/Am Championships, the South Side Shootout at Indian River Inlet, and the East Coast Championships, which doubled as the World Amateur Championships, in Delaware, all sanctioned by Skim USA, the sport’s governing body. Extreme was able to pay for her entry fees and provide her with gear. “If I had to pick out a strength of Siobahn, it would probably be her style, and ... her backhand,” opined Willem, who is also one of the Island’s best surfers. Skimboarding is somewhat of an offshoot of surﬁng, borrowing from snowboarding and skateboarding. Surﬁng offers many avenues. Women’s surfing has an entirely different marketing esthetic, and many women adopt a graceful gliding style, rather than attacking the waves. But skimboarding is basically one avenue. While McAuliffe has no lack of grace, skimboarding requires going fast at waves that break violently on the beach – with a lot of spills. “It’s more aggressive. You have to go as hard as you can,” she explained. It’s also the ultimate leg workout, sprinting in soft sand and retrieving a board from the waves. Ten- and 12-minute heats are excruciating. This year was her ﬁrst trip to California for the Victoria World Championships of Skimboarding. “It was cool just to go out there because this is the ﬁrst time I got to meet Tex Haines, the owner, after riding for them for so many years. All shapers and the guys at the shop, I’ve e-mailed and talked on the phone with, but I ﬁnally met them face to face.” The event featured 14 women from both coasts, one of whom was Stephanie Magallanes (known in skim circles as Steph Mags) of Beach Haven West. Magallanes is two years younger than MacAullife and began skim boarding shortly after McAullife. “It was really a tight little scene,” said Willem, “and all of a sudden there were these two girls around.”Magallenes won the Sea Bright Skim Jam Pro/Am Women’s division back in June and is competing in Portugal this week. “I had been the only girl until then, so there was a little bit of jealousy. She was so good right off the bat,” admitted MacAullife. “Up until this trip we had a good relationship, but we became good friends on this trip.”Magallanes, who works as an instructor at the Jersey Shore Skim Camp in Sea Bright, wound up in the same semiﬁnal as McAullife. Hoping that one of them
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arnegat Township will soon receive $83,000 from the federal government to compensate for expenses incurred during the May 15-16, 2007, forest ﬁre, which burned more than 5,000 acres in the Pinelands. “I guess it’s better late than never,” said Mayor Al Cirulli. “Considering how this affected our community, we should have been at the front of the line. But we know that government doesn’t move very quickly, especially when you’re looking to get some money.” The ﬁre started in the middle of the afternoon May 15 when an F-16 dropped ﬂares during a training session at the New Jersey Air National Guard’s Warren Grove target range. The fire destroyed several homes in the Brighton at Barnegat mobile home community. Cirulli said the ﬁre resulted in overtime expenses for the police department and public works. “We had a lot of evacuees from the developments west of the Parkway, and we had to put them up in the Russell Brackman Middle School,” said the mayor. “Those were two very stressful days. Fortunately, we had a big rainstorm come in, and that was the biggest help in putting out the ﬁre. Without that, it might have continued to spread.” Cirulli said a portion of the money would go to Quality Medical Transport, which had several rigs on stand-by. —E.E. would advance, they placed ﬁrst and second, both going to the ﬁnal. “Here are two girls from the same state, from the same beach, and we were in the ﬁnals of the world championships together,” marveled McAullife. In the 15-minute ﬁnal (the longest McAullife had ever competed in) MacAullife went for the biggest waves and executed a clean hit with a 360 out of the move. Keiao Guewa-Buscasas of Hawaii took ﬁrst, but McAullife was very pleased with her ﬁnish. Magallanes ﬁnished a close third. Just to get to the championships, McAullife had to take time off from her job at Applebee’s in Manahawkin. Before this job, McAullife worked at the High Tide Deli in Manahawkin and Subs N’ Such in Beach Haven. She said all of her employers have understood her goals and worked with her to get the time off to travel and compete. McAullife is also interested in graphic art. “When I graduated, I didn’t have much interest in anything but working as much as possible, saving money for food, hotels and gas to get to the next contest,” she said. But in 2010 she went to the Art Institute in Jacksonville, Fla. She missed home but found a deeper appreciation for art. Upon returning home, she and friend Ben Raimo of Harvey Cedars started a clothing company called Strobe. “We just had all of our new stuff printed,” she added, “so in September, I’m going back to OCC and then transferring to Flagler College or Stockton State. Stockton has one of the best art programs.” The skimboard world is still a small one. Some would like to see it stay small, while others want to see it grow. “I want to see more girls get into it. There were 30 men and 14 women; that’s a huge difference. I want there to be 30 girls, and I want people to pay more attention to women’s skim boarding,” she stated. There are also some thoughts of becoming an instructor. She has helped out her friend Garrett Mink, who runs School of Skim, working speciﬁcally with some of the female students. “I met so many people in California; I’m planning on going out again next year. But if I’m going to win, I have to bite the bullet, put on the wetsuit, boots and gloves, and skim all winter,” she said. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Babies and Toddlers Take to Water By MARIA SCANDALE o the tune of “if you’re happy and you know it, scoop your hands; if you’re happy and you know it, kick your feet,” the 4-year-olds were swimming. The sight of the 1-year-olds in the pool at all made parents happy, and they knew it. Class was in session in the aquatics program at the St. Francis Community Center in Brant Beach. Instructor Allison “Miss Allie” Nemes was leading children and their parents in a half-hour of lessons cleverly disguised as fun. “Reach and pull” was a prompt that seemed like splashing, but was actually leading to the overhand swim stroke as naturally as if water were the ﬁrst element for the children. “Scooping” was elemental doggie paddling. “This is a class for beginners to get used to the water,” Nemes explained. “Waterbabies & Tots” is for ages 1-3, and “Watertykes” teaches those age 4 or 5. The two groups were combined in this session, which was held in the smaller of two outdoor pools in a patio complex gorgeously situated on the bayfront. Classes switch to the adjacent indoor pool in the fall and winter. Parents and children are in the pool together in both age groups. The singing and playing session had started with, “this is the way we wash our face,” to the tune of another familiar children’s song. It advanced to “this is the way we blow our bubbles,” with the kids immersing their faces to whatever degree they felt like. Of course, not all did, but there was no crying going on, either, except for a minute after one short, coughing sputter. “The little boy in the yellow noodle (ﬂoatation aid) dunks his own face; it’s hilarious,” the teacher pointed out a baby across the pool. “We don’t make them do anything at this age,” she said. “But little babies, after nine months to a year, are better dunkers than you’d think. When they get older, they get more scared sometimes, and when you’re younger, you’re not. I’ve had them in the class as young as nine months,” she said. Nemes, of Haven Beach, has been instructing at the pool for six years and has led more kids through the water than she can count. “Hundreds, at least,” said one of the lifeguards. It’s probably more than that, considering that she is also the swimming teacher in the indoor pool for the fourth-, ﬁfth- and sixth-graders of the LBI School District. She was a lifeguard on the ocean beach for seven years, and she still judges some of the annual lifeguard squad competitions on the oceanfront. It’s clear that she loves the element, and in fact, grew up with a pool in her backyard. The strategy with the Watertykes was to keep the activity moving, it seemed, so that kids were acclimating without thinking too much about it. The class brochure says that 4- and 5-yearolds are taught the doggie paddle, back ﬂoat and survival skills. The two-week class has half-hour sessions once a day, comprising a step toward beginner-level swimming. In the Waterbabies & Tots class, 1-3-yearolds “are taught to become more comfortable in the water,” states the class description. With a parent right there with them, “fun and games, in the pool, help the child gain conﬁdence to swim alone.” As this reporter marveled, having never mastered that comfort without classes as a child, parents here talked about how far their children have come.
“Tell her what you did for the ﬁrst time today?” the teacher asked 5-year-old Nathaniel Algor. “I swam all by myself!” he announced. “A week ago, he wouldn’t even think about going in the water,” said his mother, Joanne. “He has come a long way. It’s a good program.” Four-year-old Winter Skowronski’s mother, Sybil, enrolled her child because, “I wanted her to get used to the water,” she said. “The ﬁrst day we came, she cried. And the second day, she did wonderfully.” Nodding toward the teacher, she added, “I love her!” The Skowronskis came from Barnegat, the Algor family lives in Bergen County but has a house in Manahawkin, and parent Liz Caussado lives in Central America. She and her 4-year-old daughter are visiting her mother in Tuckerton and “wanted to take advantage of this class,” she said. The courses cost $90 for non-members of the pool complex and $70 for members. Willem Kerr, 5, of Morristown, has been in the classes since he was 3 years old, so by now, he has advanced to teacher’s “helper.” He was springboarding from Nemes’ upraised arms and having a great time. He was also diving to the bottom of the three-foot depth to bring up a rubber ring. “I can do a handstand on the step while I’m diving,” he added. “If you stick with it, it’s awesome,” Nemes said of results. “What I tell a lot of the kids is, ‘Go home with your goggles and get in your bathtub.’ That’s how you get used to goggles and equipment like that,” she added. All around, it seemed, there was no pressure, just encouragement. One baby woke up to ﬁnd himself in the pool, but was cool with that. “He was totally asleep, and we were waiting for a big scream when we put him in the water,” said the teacher, “but no way; he smiled. He loves it.” For more information, contact the Aquatic Center reception desk at 609-494-8861, extension 187, or see the website at stfranciscenterlbi.org. Y
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SMILE, WITH BUBBLES: The Aquatic Center at the St. Francis Community Center in Brant Beach gives water introduction classes to children and infants as young as 9 months. The presence of the child’s parent is part of the routine, as children venture forth at their own pace.
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PADDLING FOR A GOOD CAUSE: (Clockwise from above) Competitors in the fourth annual Island Surf & Sail Ladies Paddle Challenge gather at Bayview Park in Brant Beach. Participants and spectators hang out in, on and near the water. Paddlers cruise along the event course. Jackie Sikemma took ﬁrst place in the elite division of the standup paddleboard race, followed by her twin sister, Lizze Sikemma, in second, and Caroline Unger in third. Tina Carpenter and ‘Olga’ Paul Vereb take off at the start of the partner paddle event.
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LBI’s Between the Sheets Praised by Bella Notte; Island Zumba Expands
national purveyor of luxury linens is proud of its 15-year association with a local retailer and recently wrote a letter saying so. Bella Notte Linens praised Between the Sheets bedding and boutique shop at 1012 Central Ave., Ship Bottom. “Bella Notte Linens is in appreciation of our long-time relationship. They started in 1997, a few years after us, and we have grown together ever since,” said store co-owner Maryann Schmid. “We are honored to be represented in their beautiful boutique. A natural ﬁt from the beginning, we found that our line of products and goal
Reynolds Resigns After Five Years as Chamber Director By MARIA SCANDALE he Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has announced the resignation of Rick Reynolds as executive director as of July 25, “and wishes him well in the upcoming projects that he plans to undertake,” according to a press release issued that day. “We thank and congratulate Rick for his tenure at the chamber,” said board of directors President Chris Schwab. “'It has been a pleasure to have served with him.” “There are currently no plans to replace the executive director position,” the brief press release added. Reynolds served as executive director for the past ﬁve years and had previously been a longtime chamber member and past chamber president. Reached by phone the day his resignation became effective, Reynolds conﬁrmed that he is “pursuing other opportunities,” but offered no further details for publication at this time. Asked for a comment about his departure from the chamber, he said, “I’ve been involved in the organization since 1980, I was president in 1986 and 1987 and in the current position since 2007, so it’s in my blood and in my heart. I truly love the people who I work with and the people I work for, and I intend to be a fully involved member of the community.” Reynolds resides in Little Egg Harbor Township. Continued on Page 60
as a manufacturer fell right into place with their mission as a retailer of luxury goods,” said the letter from the linen company. “Just as we strive to create inspiring and exquisitely designed textiles for living, Between the Sheets makes it their personal goal to help each customer create an individual, elegant retreat in their own home. Pulling from their extensive inventory of fine textiles, linens, blankets, and down, Between the Sheets is able to cater to individual appetites ranging from romantic and timeless femininity to a ﬂair for urban simplicity. Innovative, loyal, experienced and easy to work with, Between the Sheets has embraced our line with gusto and unencumbered creativity and imagination, allowing us to evolve together over our 15 year relationship.” For more information, see the store’s website at betweenthesheetsnj.com.The phone number is 609-361-9297. * * * Two Local Neurologists Join to Open Ofﬁce Two Southern Ocean Medical Center neurologists have opened SOMC Medical GroupDivision of Neurology, P.C. at 53 Nautilus Drive, Suite 201 in Manahawkin. The doctors, Tommasina Papa-Rugino, M.D. and Robert Terranova, D.O. intend to provide comprehensive neurological care to patients in Southern Ocean County. Both physicians are board certiﬁed in neurology, providing a high level of experienced care in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of neurological disorders. Together they represent more than 59 years of experience in providing personalized, digniﬁed care to the community, according to a press release announcing the new ofﬁce. Neurologists treat disorders including dementias, concussions, ﬁbromyalgia, peripheral neuropathies, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and seizure disorders. Both physicians also specialize in headache medicine. The practice also provides neurophysiologic testing for neuro-muscular disorders, and will soon offer ambulatory EEGs needed to better test for seizures or spells of loss of consciousness. Papa-Rugino completed her medical education at State University of New York. She did her internship and neurology training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and has 20 years of experience in the ﬁeld. Terranova is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and served his medical internship at Albany Medical College Hospital. He completed his neurological residencies at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Temple University Hospital and has been caring for patients with neurological disorders for 36 years. “This afﬁliation brings our services for our patients to a new level in providing the very best, compassionate care for a wide range of neurological needs,” said Papa-Rugino. “We are well positioned with our broad range of experience to best serve our community, both on an out-patient basis as well as an in-patient care at Southern Ocean Medical Center.” SOMC Medical Group – Division of Neurology, P.C. can be reached at 609-978-8870. * * * LBI Business Alliance Announces New President Kevin Stretch has been selected as the new president of the Long Beach Island Business Alliance.
COMFY: The Between the Sheets bedding and boutique shop was in Ship Bottom two years before Bella Notte Linens started in 1997, and the national purveyor of luxury linens appreciates its long-time association with the Long Beach Island retailer. Stretch replaces George Gahles, who has been president of the alliance for the last three years. “George successfully led the Alliance’s membership drive and ﬁnancial growth. During his tenure, the Alliance ran several successful LBIfests, as well as co-sponsored many events and initiatives intended to make LBI a popular tourist destination with a cohesive and vibrant business community,” noted a press release from the organization. Stretch is the owner of Stretch Cleaning and Restoration and has served on the alliance board for several years. “He will lead the Alliance’s continuing efforts to strengthen the LBI business community and attract more visitors to the Island,” said the release. * * * Island Zumba Classes Now Extend to Zumba Toning Island Zumba is in its second season on LBI, making the ﬁtness regime a part of vacation, and a vibrant routine for residents as well. The business added the speciﬁc aspect of Zumba Toning this summer. Instructor Stephanie Case said the best way to describe the toning class is that “it uses the wonderful rhythms of Zumba to the tempo of weights.” The toning class is cardio-based and also uses light hand weights (1 to 3 pounds) for upper body toning, as well as focusing on abdominal and lower body isolation. Zumba is a fitness program that is truly “exercise in disguise,” say instructors, and so it has changed the way people achieve their ﬁtness goals. Latin and international-inspired rhythms compel participants to move and not feel like they are exercising. Case, founder of Island Zumba, wanted to bring this exhilarating ﬁtness program to others on LBI while she resides here during the summer. “My husband’s family has been homeowners on the Island for over 35 years, and almost 10 years ago we decided to purchase our own home on the Island,” she said. “I wanted to instruct Zumba here to share it with vacationers who visit the Island as well as residents who live here year ’round or in the summer like me. The island rhythms of Zumba really make it a natural complement to our wonderful beach living here.” Case is a certiﬁed Zumba Instructor, and she has a dance and music background. “Music and dance have always been a passion for me and have always been woven into my life,” she said. Her passion turned to teaching ballet, music, and piano (and even playing the drums for fun), and she taps into that educational training when teaching Zumba. Assuring that participants “don’t need to know how to dance,” she gears the movement to all levels, she said. Her experience enables her to show modiﬁcations for the same movements,
at different tempos, for instance. This ensures a focus on the participants achieving success, she pointed out. A variety of musical genres add up to a workout for the whole body. “The music drives the movement, and it is through this musical variety that you get an all-over body workout,” Case said. “The music gets you motivated, inspired, and committed to ﬁtness, thus transforming your ﬁtness results. The music just keeps me moving, and I love sharing that joy of movement with others.” Island Zumba runs the program at the Beach Haven School gymnasium. A portion of the proceeds support the school’s PTA. Zumba Fitness classes are on Monday and Thursday mornings from 9 to 10 a.m. Zumba Toning is offered on Tuesday mornings from 9 to 10 a.m. Island Zumba provides light hand weights for use during class at no additional cost. Weekly discount passes, discount class packs, and drop-in rates are available. For more information, call 609-502-5458 or e-mail email@example.com. * * * New York Life Recognizes Agent Barbara Bobbin-Wilkinson Barbara Bobbin-Wilkinson of Tuckerton has been recognized as a member of the 2012 Million Dollar Round Table, as well as a “Chairman’s Agent Top 50” out of approximately 12,000 agents nationwide. Wilkinson has been elected a member of the 2012 Chairman’s Cabinet of New York Life Insurance Co. Members of the elite Chairman’s Cabinet are the top 50 highest producing agents among New York Life’s sales force of more than 11,900 licensed agents. As an agent for New York Life Insurance Co. in Tuckerton, Wilkinson has earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) for 2012. “Achieving membership in MDRT is a distinguishing life insurance career milestone, attained only by those who have demonstrated superior professional knowledge, experience and client service,” according to a press release issued by New York Life. MDRT is an international, independent association founded in 1927. MDRT members demonstrate exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct and outstanding client service. Wilkinson has been a New York Life agent in Tuckerton since 1991, and is associated with New York Life’s South Jersey General Ofﬁce in Marlton. She can be reached at the Tuckerton ofﬁce at 609-296-6701 or by e-mail at bbobbin@ ft.newyorklife.com. Her company website address is bbobbin.nylagents.com. Y firstname.lastname@example.org
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used to be good in the heat, living in the tropics and all. I burnt out, however, used up whatever heat-resistance essence I had within. Now, I luxuriate in AC, be it home, ofﬁce or, more naturally occurring, right along the beach. Of course, I’m talking of times when I’m stuck in the summer muck – held from my beloved outback by a bubble of torrid air, pushing 125 degrees. I recently did my annual fry-by in the Pines, pulling my temporarily air-conditioning-less truck down a sugar-sand Pine Barrens road. I stopped just long enough to try out my newest infrared thermometer. The sand was a blistering 127 degrees, and the air just above the sand wasn’t much of a bargain, either. This is a bit of lead-in to a South Jersey weather phenomenon I’ve been seeing for years – but unable to sell to highly cautious meteorologists. As even the most ominous lines of thunderstorms barrel into South Jersey out of the west or northwest, I’ve see them all but dissipate upon hitting the dry, hyper-heated air rising up from the million-acre Pinelands. What’s more, it also seems the Pinelands can repel storms by slinging their energy northward, ratcheting up the intensity for northern and central Jersey. If you’re into sky watching, I suggest trying out Jersey Shore Hurricane News (Google same) on Facebook. Makes sky watching very timely. By the by, this summer continues to be a blast on the lightning front. Those sky theatrics will likely continue into September. Hey, you’d pay a mint to see such a show if it was manmade. These high-voltage displays are on the house. Well, hopefully not on, say, my house in particular. A FULL-BLOWN FULGURITE: Right about here, I can’t resist throwing in the word fulgurite, mainly because I know what it is and you don’t. Hell, even my “spell check” has no clue. It hits the word “fulgurite” and issues the ﬂashing message “WTF!?” Actually, even I wouldn’t know a fulgurite from a Fig Newton if I hadn’t once found one in a gravel pit while handpicking “Jersey diamonds” for my rock tumbler. At ﬁrst, it seemed nothing more than a tube-shaped glassy thing – maybe 4 inches long and an inch wide, a pencil-thick hollowness down the middle. I pegged it as being a really big petriﬁed worm tube, albeit made of once-molten material, but a fellow at the state museum in Trenton dashed my red-hot worm tube theory. Turns out I had an artifact left by the sky itself – autographed, in its own way. My ﬁnd was a glassy mass formed by a wickedly hot lighting bolt impacting the Pinelands sugar sand, full-fury – a bolt potentially pushing something like a billion degrees of hotness. Hell, my best thermometer goes up only to a couple hundred degrees, so even if I were to run around trying to stick it under a lighting bolt … Famed/irritating J-mann sidebar: I have a new sky-high appreciation of old Ben Franklin. Sure, we’ve been weaned on his seemingly scientiﬁc kite-ﬂying effort to prove lightning was electrical – as if there was any doubt even back then. There wasn’t. Well, I recently read some pretty compelling, i.e. irrefutable “daily log” evidence, that Big Ben was less than technically inclined when he went bolting outdoors to make anecdotal history in the midst of a vicious storm cell. Truth be told, he was sloshed to the heavens – and giggling like a schoolgirl. His servants even tried to keep the well-lit aristocrat from becoming too lit up. But when Ben got on a raucous roll, the sky was the limit.
Mercifully, Ben would have the great advantage of having history do rapid repair work on his more questionable and, uh, spirited aristocratic deeds of the day. And there were many others, adding to his crazed coolness. They say Ben was way ahead of his time. Well, I sure as hell can picture him in a modern YouTube video, running around in the lightning with a kite, giggling his ass off, with his wife and bevy of servants all screaming for him to get the hell back into the house. It’d go viral. But back to those now-boring fulgurites. They’re rare as stripers’ teeth in Jersey. My glassy N.J. specimen would have been quite valuable – a museum-grade ﬁnd – if I hadn’t been overcome by an urge to see what was just inside the outer shell of the bugger. Note to self: Never, ever even lightly tap a fulgurite with a hammer. And, by the way, you’re an idiot. What nature makes, I smash asunder. SHARK!: The local shark ﬁshing has become epic, so I’m going to get a tad frisky on the subject. This summer’s showing of the men in gray suits has gone kinda ballistic. I’ve ﬁelded numerous call-ins and e-mails from anglers catching not just one but multiple seriously toothed sharks from the surf, inlet and even the bay. What’s more, the action now includes daytime hookups in the suds and off boats. For fun, I’m actually going out on a warning limb. I’ll begin with a Facebook entry from Bill C: “Anglers should be careful handling the smaller 2-3 ft. sharks. There are many small blue sharks in our bays now and they are very toothy critters. They are more of a bluish gray, unlike the brownish sand sharks we are used to.” Bill was responding to a FB message I placed hoping to correct folks from thinking the long-tailed brown sharks they’re now catching are threshers. A thresher tail is often as large as the shark’s body. It looks downright freaky. You can’t mistake it, though many folks are doing just that. Go to http://jaymanntoday.ning.com to see a picture proving the tail point. Anyway, the more folks out there unhooking sharks, the surer it is that someone will forget how well-practiced sharks are in the art of biting, particularly after being landed, i.e. “OK, dude, I’m already pissed that you dragged me outta the water. Now, just get those slimy little ﬁngers of yours a tad closer to my mouth and I’ll add a whole new meaning to catch-and-release – after I release your frickin’ ﬁngers back into the palm of your hand.” On an overly cautionary note, boating folks should rethink carefreely running hands through the water next to a vessel or slipping overboard and kicking about while holding onto the transom. Those leisurely actions may now be an extreme sport. Remaining on a shark tear, I’ve been sent nearly a dozen local (N.J.) photos of alleged bull sharks, an incorrigible man-biter. Not one photo has proven to be the real bull McCoy. Still, the insane showing of sharks this summer has to include some bulls. A bull shark of any size is a ticking bite bomb. They will bite on just about any occasion, though they sure seem to like oceanside picnics. I’m not talking (hopefully) death-dealing bites but, let’s say, taste tests, which can still make for an uncomfortable afternoon. Perhaps the most shocking – and coolest – bull shark scene ever recorded was taken recently. It came via a fairly hilarious home video in South Carolina. A young gal is reeling in a red drum, while ﬁshing atop a small backyard dock. Her boyfriend is trying to net the drum. What happens next, in a very narrow waterway, is an
Cookie Cutter Tuna Decide 2012 WMIT First Blue Marlin In Decades Landed NICE SIZE: This year’s White Marlin Invitational had something of a middling year, which was just ﬁne by the ﬁshermen. Although most of the tuna weigh-ins were in the 40- to 60-pound cookie cutter class, the run for big-money calcuttas was among ﬁsh of similar size. There was one eye-appealing big eye tuna of 162.8 pounds, caught by the boat Big Dog. However, the event’s secondlargest tuna, a 77-pound yellowfin taken aboard Still Smokin’, was the big money winner, landing $108,137. Big Dog’s big-eye netted $79,350. The ﬁrst blue marlin in 20 years, a 323-pounder, was weighed in by the boat Tra Sea Ann. It was worth $43,212. Photographs by Jay Mann utter stunner. A massive, spooky-fast bull shark leaves the water right below the dock and rips the ﬁsh off the hook. See http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=ZcuYjDR2tSg or type “The one that got away” on YouTube. And, yes, folks often swim in that lagoon. OK, so they once swam in that lagoon. You gotta love the redneck post-attack dialogue in this video. The shark inhales the drum ﬁsh and the boyfriend screams, “It’s on your
pole, baby. Keep reelin’.” She has a flimsy, 6-foot rod and is using maybe 12-pound test mono line, and the 300-pound-plus shark is still “on her pole.” I know. I know. It’s the South, and they don’t care how we do it up north. So, keep reelin’, baby. And why don’t you go grab you that-there shotgun, Billy Bob. Closer to home, I was sent some action shots Continued on Page 54
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Fish Story Continued from Page 52 of a 3-foot shark repeatedly jumping sky-high off LBI. It was going insanely airborne while twisting like an Olympic gymnast using energy drinks. Damn if it didn’t look just like a tropical spinner shark, or maybe the very similar blacktip shark. Here’s the e-mail that went with the pics: I was watching the ospreys come home tonight and noticed something very odd. It was extremely far out but I could see large splashes and the tiny reﬂection of something fully breaching. I watched and realized they were not dolphin. I took some photos. The distance is beyond the capability of my equipment. But this reminded me of your post on makos. These sure look sharky but I’m no ﬁsherman. To see those pics – and why it sure looks like a spinner or a black tip – go to http://exit63. wordpress.com/ and scroll about a quarter of the way down the page to a series of shorts showing the sharkesque silhouettes. Spinner sharks present very little danger, despite their willingness and seeming pleasure in jumping right next to surfers. See YouTube under “Spinner shark.” However, seeing a tropical shark up here indicates virtually any shark species from here to the tropics might be here. In some ways, that’s quite interesting. In other ways … RATCHETING UP URUSHINOL: I just read where the sales of OTC hydrocortisone products – one of the only true anti-itch ingredients out there – have gone ballistic nationwide. I’m guessing that’s not because someone just discovered that hydrocortisone creams help eliminate ear-lobe wrinkles. As your tight-skinned face likely knows, store shelves were denuded of Preparation H not long ago, when it was social media-ed that the oozy bunker-based stuff worked just as well on the body’s upper end, especially around the eyes. Sorry, but that repurposing still strikes me as a dab or two odd. In the case of the rush for hydrocortisone, it simply proves it’s the season of the itch. And this year it’s a bitch, brought on by one of the warmest winters in written history. But there may be even more arriving skin woes caused by elevated temperatures. Poison ivy and its buddies have taken an itch for worse. I had gotten wind of a number of folks coming down with cases of poison ivy reaching new heights in ooziness and itch. Right away, the science guy in me was itching to know if, just maybe, the weird weather was somehow to blame. I knew that scenario was a long shot on my part, but damned if I didn’t surf over to WebMD and read this report: “As the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases, it's boosting the growth of poison ivy plants, two recent studies show. These elevated carbon dioxide levels are creating bigger, stronger poison ivy plants that produce more urushiol, the oil that
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Continued from Page 54 to turn away advanced medical treatment. These were snappers. Stripers are not making much of a showing, short of a few rogue keepers now and again. They’re mainly going for chunk bait or clams. With water inching into the upper 70s, it’ll be a while before we see any large showing of bass. Still, early a.m. plugging or jigging will offer some schoolies. White plastics on white bucktailed jigheads work well in summer. The riled-up ocean has kept panﬁshing for spot and kingﬁsh down, though not nearly as much as millions of people using the beach. WHADDA JERK: Not long ago, I taught a young angler how to jerky blueﬁsh. This week he stopped by with his latest effort. Talk about the student schooling the teacher. He made this hyper-spicy batch of jerky that I swear should be marketed in Manhattan. It’s that good. His jerky was a perfect texture, a rip-with-teeth type consistency, followed by a veritable bolt of hot, spicy, Cajun-type ﬂavoring. Of course, he’s not giving me the details of the seasoning. Brat. By the way, our blueﬁsh “jerky” is not ground and reconstituted meat – the more common way to jerk the likes of beef nowadays. We use matched ﬁlets, gleaned from tailor/cocktail blues. The trick to nailing the perfect blueﬁsh jerky texture is “matched” ﬁlets. That entails fairly detailed trimming. Each pre-jerk piece should be close to identical – and squared on the edges. Unlike beef jerky, you can’t have the edges ﬂattened out; they dry and brittle up way too much. Carve the ﬁlet edges to nearly the thickness of the middle of the ﬁllet. Each should look like an elongated rectangle, maybe an inch or two wide and up to maybe 6 inches long. Then marinate in magically spiced whiskey-based marinades, placed in the fridge for maybe a day. Too long chemically cooks the meat into an incurable mushiness. Then comes a slow drying process, using a fruit and veggie dryer. I use a commercial-sized model, but even those department store “specials” work ﬁne. It then comes down to meticulously timing the dry. The ﬁlets should be bending but not breaky (too dry). With the showing of jerky-sized blues, give it a try. Y email@example.com
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Pinelands Regional Board of Education meeting, the students accepted the Siemens “Agents of Change” $5,000 check made out to the school by Discovery Channel Education representative Steve Smith. The check will be used to further the project. They also accepted checks totaling $3,000 from Maryann Young, national chairwoman of the Jefferson Awards. The students’ project also won three Jefferson Students in Action awards. As the state champs, they went on to win the National Innovation Award and the National Hunger Award. Before the awards ceremony, Zarych and Crowley explained exactly what it was the team, nicknamed “Eco Scienteers,” did to win. “We wanted to ﬁgure out a way to develop an alternate cooking fuel product rather than wood,” said Zarych. “We learned in Earth Science that two billion people on earth still use ﬁrewood for preparing their food.” “The other problem is hunger in the world; we wanted to develop an inexpensive briquette press,” said Crowley. “There are different types of presses available now, but most are 7 feet long and require a couple of people to use them.” The presses convert agricultural waste such as banana leaves, peanut shells and sugar cane stalks into compressed, burnable briquettes, relieving the need to cut down forests for ﬁrewood. The Pinelands Eco Scienteers developed a smaller press, just 20 inches long and 7 inches high, that uses pulleys and levers and makes it possible for one person, even a child, to manipulate it. “We are focusing on sending them to orphanages and missionary schools in third-world countries,” said Crowley. “We have a ﬁve-year plan, and we have already coupled with a missionary in Africa.” “We did a radio program, ‘Science Friday,’ with other teams that had won contests, and someone was listening who runs a missionary in Malawi,” said Zarych. “They contacted us through our website; just Google Pinelands Eco Scienteers.” The Scienteers raised an initial $1,000 in donations when they demonstrated their briquette presses at last year’s Chowderfest in Beach Haven. The four students are all in advanced placement classes and heading on to 10th grade in September. Their student adviser was teacher Stephen Kubricki, Jon’s dad. Maryann Young from the Jefferson Awards said what captured the judges’ attention was the thoroughness of their research. The students developed four different presses before settling on the one they will put into production and also measured the length of time the different briquettes took to cook a meal of rice and how much smoke they created. “We liked their far-reaching thought, their creativity and the fact their product is sustainable. It wasn’t just cleaning up a park, though that is worthwhile; it has some legs, it can grow,” said Young. Pinelands Regional Superintendent Robert Blake noted the Pinelands Scienteers started their project a year ago and went on to win the state and then the national contest, besting 27,000 other participants. The students also came in second in a national E-Cyber Mission, winning $500 from the state contest, and $1,000 as Northeast regional champs. The students also went to a reception in Trenton and received a letter from the governor. “These are very accomplished young adults,” said Blake. “From seventh to ninth grade, I’ve seen them grow and mature, and know they will accomplish great things at the high school. How proud we are for all that you have done for Pinelands and for trying to solve a global problem.” In accepting her certiﬁcate, Zarych noted, “It’s the ﬁrst time any team or group from Pinelands has received a national award.” — Pat Johnson email@example.com
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ollowing a couple daytime downpours and with the threat of thunderstorms looming for later in the night, 150 competitors took to the water for the fourth annual Barnegat Light Ocean Mile Swim on Saturday evening. Robbie Dickson, a 15-year-old from Greenwich, N.J., took ﬁrst overall in the event, with a time of 17 minutes, 31 seconds. Harvey Cedars’ Jarrod Shoemaker, 30, placed second, in 17:44, followed by Brennan Morris, 21, of Lutherville, Md., taking third with a time of 17:57. Locals Alicia Kaye, 28, of Harvey Cedars (18:42), and Caren Guyett, 23, of Barnegat Light (19:11), went one and two for the women. Megan Siverling, 19, of Chester Springs, Pa., captured third, two seconds behind Guyett. The team champion – determined by combined place results for the top four swimmers of a club team or beach patrol – was the Barnegat Light squad of Gregory Macchia, Caren Guyett, Joseph Berry, Zach Kohl, Zak Westerberg and Brady Stauffer. Team Endurance Shield – Jarrod Shoemaker, Alicia Kaye, Jake Shoemaker and Martha Shoemaker – claimed second, followed by Brennan Morris, Ryon Shovlin, Erick Convely and Michael Iinapoli of the Loyola Swim Team in third. “We were really happy that we didn’t have to postpone the swim due to all the scattered thunderstorms throughout the region on Saturday,” said race director John Schulze, a member of the Barnegat Light Beach Patrol, which sponsors and beneﬁts from the race. “The skies above our beach were dry for the duration of the swim and it was really cool to see a rainbow break out over the ocean as the race concluded.” The course for the one-mile swim began on the beach at 30th Street in Barnegat Light and ended with a sprint to the ﬁnish on the 16th Street beach. As they entered the ocean, competitors were greeted by water temperatures in the mid 70s and just “a slight chop with a north to south current,” said Schulze. In addition to the spirited group of particiIN MOTION: (From right to top) A participant in last Saturday’s Barnegat Light Ocean Mile Swim walks to the check-in point. Joe Carroll, 23, of Cranbury enters the water. The swimmers splash along to the ﬁnish. Photographs by Ryan Morrill
pants, who ranged in age from 11 to 68, Schulze noted the “great crowd of spectators on hand who were excited to witness a diverse group of swimmers.” He added, “The Barnegat Light Beach Patrol worked hard to assure a safe event for all who were on hand. It’s great to watch the competition among the fastest swimmers, but I really enjoy the looks on the faces of those who just want to ﬁnish. As they register, many ﬁrst-timers ask important questions about the course’s difﬁculty and we do our best to encourage their safe participation in this challenging swim. It is really fun to see those novice swimmers on the beach re-living their race with family members and friends.” For all times and age group winners, visit lmsports.com/blight12.htm. — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch firstname.lastname@example.org
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Surf Museum Continued from Page 38
of art, photography and surfboard building. Several surﬁng companies as well as the Surfrider Foundation and Surfer’s Environmental Alliance will be on hand. Kona Brewing Co. beer and Blind Lady wine will be available for sale, as well as food from Barnegat’s Shore Fire Grill, including vegetarian options. The focal point of the evening will be a chance to meet Jeff Salmon and Ed Finnegan, who are producing “NJ: The Endless Stoke,” a documentary about New Jersey surﬁng that has been in the making for two years. The event will be somewhat of an information-sharing event between the Seaport and the ﬁlmmakers, as the public is encouraged to bring photos and memorabilia to be part of the movie as well as the museum’s exhibits. “We want this movie to put a positive light on New Jersey, with all the negative attention it’s had in the past few years from all these shows like ‘Jersey Shore’ and ‘Jerseylicious’ that make us look silly. We want to show the world what
Turtle Alert Continued from Page 37
home throughout the next couple months to tend to the hatchery activity. “Until those babies hatch, I will work my schedule around them.” “The LBI Foundation hatchery has some active nests, too,” Wnek pointed out. “We have several nests protected, as well as several nests in areas that we began to enhance so that terrapins could use them as nesting areas. This is something that we are hoping to do more of next year, which we are going to conduct as a research project for next year.” Project Terrapin began about four years ago, and Lacey joined in last year. “I’ve wanted to do this for years,” she noted, explaining how she and husband, Tom, would walk along the dike and see terrapin nests, and evidence of predators, and no baby turtles. Tom encouraged, “You should do something about this.” “I have always been a turtle person. They call me ‘the turtle lady,’” Lacey said with a laugh. After attending the Blue Vision Summit in May 2011, Lacey met with Wnek, got a permit for the work she intended to do on the Island’s north end, and spoke about her intentions at a Barnegat Light meeting that June. “It was attended by over 100 homeowners,” Lacey explains on her blog on the Sierra Club Activist Network site, at connect.sierraclub. org/ActivistNetwork/home. “The response was positive!” Last year, 221 eggs were relocated to the High Bar hatchery, and only eight didn’t hatch. “It was a phenomenal ﬁrst year,” said Lacey, who funded her work herself that ﬁrst year. “A whopping success.” This year, Lacey said she received a couple phone calls from Cedar Bonnet Island, as well as Harvey Cedars and other northern spots on the Island, but High Bar Harbor especially “was hopping.” (The Cedar Bonnet eggs will be released there; Lacey notes on each nest in the
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we’re really about,” said Salmon via phone from his home in Shark River Hills last week. Salmon started bodyboarding Monmouth County beaches as a kid in the 1970s and became a dedicated surfer around Deal and Loch Arbor in the 1980s. In 1988, he went to Santa Barbara City College in California. The waves were great, but he realized there was something he missed from his life in New Jersey and returned home. He came back to less-consistent surf, but realizing there was something inherent to the culture here. He works for Fed Ex and has made up for the local wave quality through his travels, including many extended trips to Indonesia. Ed Finnegan grew up in Brick, both surfing and sailboarding. He currently lives in Cambridge, Mass., and is a publisher at The Tamarack Press in New York City. “This is a passion project,” said Finnegan. “I saw the importance of New Jersey history. These are stories that need to be told before they are relegated to the dustbins of time. Getting them on ﬁlm is the best way to do that.” Right now they have a ﬁve-minute trailer of some classic footage. Much of the urgency to produce this ﬁlm now is due to the fact that
a lot of the original documentation will not be around forever. “There are some wives ﬁnding their husbands’ old 16 mm reels in the attic and throwing them away,” Salmon pointed out. He and Finnegan also recognize that many of the shakers and movers of New Jersey surﬁng are getting up there and may not be able to tell the stories someday in the future. Henry “Stretch” Pohl, for instance, the ﬁrst person to ever surf LBI, back in 1932, passed away in 2002. Before the information age, the pulse of surﬁng was found in the surf shops and magazines. But the shops carried the mags (which had little coverage of New Jersey anyway), hence making them the de facto keepers of the culture. Finnegan and Salmon have made a play to get the shops more involved to hold onto that legacy through the ﬁlm. The pair have already had lengthy ﬁlmed interviews with legendary Long Branch surfer and owner of The Islanders Surf Shop, Vince Troenic; Cecil Lear of Belmar, who started the Eastern Surﬁng Association in the 1960s; Greg “Grog” Mesanko of Seaside Heights; and Les Wrightman, original owner of Manatee Surf Shop in Belmar.
Salmon was on Long Beach Island early in the project, talking with Michael Lisiewski of Brighton Beach Surf Shop. Michael’s father, Richard Lisiewski, made the ﬁrst surfboard in New Jersey and started the Matador and Collier labels in the 1960s; he still kicks around the shop today. He opened Brant Beach Surf Shop in 1966, the original incarnation of Brighton Beach Surf Shop. Many items on display at the New Jersey Surf Museum are on loan from the Lisiewski family. Salmon and Finnegan will be ﬁlming more interviews at “Memories, Mentors, and Movies.” There will be a scanner set up to copy photos for both the ﬁlm and the museum archives. There is also a full lineup of live music, with all the bands playing for free in support of the new surf museum venue. The slated acts are 17-year-old singer/songwriter prodigy Jes Loren, New Jersey rockers Woodﬁsh and the Hawaiian-inﬂuenced Ukulele Dudes. “It’s 100 percent related to surﬁng, and we couldn’t ask for more,” Hart said. “This event is going to be very good for reliving memories and making new ones.” firstname.lastname@example.org
hatchery where the eggs were found.) Moving the eggs is “a delicate procedure.” Terrapins don’t have ﬂoating embryos, so one has to be careful not to drown the baby in the process of handling the egg. To assist her project, Lacey recruited a few key individuals, including Tracey Crimi and her daughter, Grace – “my 7-year-old intern,” Lacey calls her. “She’s incredible.” Tracey’s husband, John, built the hatchery enclosure, while Janet Owens also helped out, as did many other residents, visitors, students and volunteers. The Garden Club of Long Beach Island even donated money for yellow “turtle crossing” signs installed in Barnegat Light in early June to alert motorists to terrapins on the road. As club member and Project Terrapin volunteer Dottie Reynolds explained at the time, each year the Garden Club of LBI raises funding for special projects, and “the diamondback terrapin project was chosen for a grant this year since the terrapins face an uphill battle for survival searching for suitable nesting sites on our populated Island.” (Sadly, a number of the signs have been stolen this summer.) Lacey’s project goal is to protect the nesting sites of the diamondback terrapin – “a medium-sized, coast-hugging turtle found in the brackish bay waters along the coasts of eastern and southern North America, from Cape Cod to the Gulf of Mexico,” as she notes on her blog – in Barnegat Light and the surrounding area, and she has been heartened by the support of others. “This whole community has been turtle alert,” said Lacey. She recounted how she often spotted senior citizens stopping trafﬁc to rescue a terrapin on Bayview Avenue in Barnegat Light. “It was a wonderful feeling.” — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch email@example.com
to get it done successfully. “I think it’s important for the education to take place for people to understand who we are, what our mission is, what our intentions are. Because we rely on the community for the long-term success of the program. “It has been a tough road, but it’s worked out well because we are also going to be building in Middle Township (and) Absecon. We’ve spoken to them about two different sites. One speciﬁc to veterans, we’re developing in Manchester, West New York. “We’ve had various requests, one in Florida, one in California, but we wanted to get Tucker’s Walk up and built before we start marketing this on a larger perspective. But the business model is to make this replicable in any community, so it can be done anywhere where it’s needed.”
Oil Drilling Continued from Page 37 in the area, such as nesting birds or terrapins, and leave only footprints. Dave Rauschkolb, founder of Hands Across the Sand, wrote, “I founded Hands Across the Sand to bring organizations and individuals together to send a powerful message to leaders that expanding oil drilling in our oceans is a dirty, dangerous endeavor. We must compel our local and national lawmakers to steer a clear path towards clean energy sources and decrease our dependence on dirty, dangerous fuels. Every oil spill endangers the coastal tourism industries, ravages the sea life and seafood industry and impacts the lives of every person in its path for generations. “If we learned anything from the Deepwater Horizon Disaster it is this: There is no such thing as cleaning up an oil spill.” For more information on Hands Across the Sand, go to handsacrossthesand.net. For more information on “Tour for the Shore,” go to cleanoceanaction.wordpress.com/tour. — Pat Johnson
Continued from Page 30 to where they had family.” Some of them were also offered an application for Tucker’s Walk. If Home Quest doesn’t get the ten subsidies for low-income housing, Kelly said she will not give up on Tucker’s Walk. “Then I work harder to ﬁnd a solution, like I always do. That’s what this has been a game of, every day: ﬁnding a solution to get past the next barrier that cropped up. And we’ve done it, and we’ll be doing it, in other communities. It’s being very well received and I think it’s really going to be a solution. When there was no permanent housing being funded, we were able
Rick Reynolds Continued from Page 50 As a former restaurant owner and an involved chamber member, he was asked to take the executive director position in January 2007 to ﬁll a vacancy, and accepted. Reynolds’ family owned and operated the former Carroll’s Restaurant and the adjacent Cranberry Bog tavern on Route 9 in Manahawkin. He was actually a second-generation chamber leader – his late father, Ray, was very active in the organization in the 1950s, and his mother, Peg, was involved through the years. Reynolds was instrumental in building the chamber’s welcome center and ofﬁce at 265 West Ninth St. in Ship Bottom, and he promoted Chowderfest since its inception, board members noted at the time Reynolds assumed the director role. The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce is the 12th largest chamber of commerce in the state. It currently has 533 members, including many businesses from beyond the region. “The chamber is approaching its hundredth anniversary and it is a very strong organization, with a tremendous backbone,” Reynolds said in
a SandPaper interview this week. “It’s the premier organization in Southern Ocean County.” The chamber was established in 1914 and is beginning to plan for the upcoming 100th anniversary, the chamber’s July 25 press release noted. It is “looking to connect with the community for help in planning this extraordinary event to celebrate the accomplishments of the region during the past century and to continue strongly into the next,” added the press release. Meanwhile, the successful Chowder CookOff Classic sponsored by the chamber enters its 24th year this fall. Many of the organizational details of the event were secured by Reynolds before his departure. Chowderfest Weekend falls on Sept. 29 and 30 this year. “There are a lot of volunteers in the managerial area for Chowderfest – I’m just one person. There are really good people in involved in strong positions. … It’s going to be a great event,” Reynolds said in answer to a question from the SandPaper reporter. For further information regarding the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, see the website at visitLBIregion.com, call 609-4947211 or visit the ofﬁce. — Maria Scandale
Continued from Page 40 Aside from ark curtains and Torah covers, Katz has also created wedding canopies, prayer shawls, stained glass, banners and wall hangings. “She seems like the perfect person who can help us with this,” said Cyndy Friedland, congregation founder and past-president. “She loves working with groups and helping them with their art work. This will really be a fun time for all of us. When it is complete, I think it is going to look very beautiful.” Geringer said the congregation has not yet seriously pursued a permanent home. “For now, we’re concentrating on building up a strong community,” she said. “The church serves as a nice facility, and so far, it has worked out well for us.” — Eric Englund firstname.lastname@example.org
Continued from Page 44 get involved. “By having the students work on drafting scripts for our puppet shows, it gives them real-world experience as writers and the chance to showcase their writing abilities in a local setting,” Huch said. “We obviously benefit by having new material available to keep our programming fresh and up to date, which is vital to keep audience members entertained and coming back.” Huch explained the puppet show has been running for several years, but this year, thanks to the Maritime Museum for hosting it, the puppet shows have been weekly. This year also marks the start of the three-pronged partnership of ALO, ReClam the Bay and the museum. — Victoria Lassonde email@example.com
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TAG SALE Manahawkin, 1078 Whitecap Ave. Sat./Sun., 8/4-8/5, 8am-2pm, rain/ shine. TAG SALE, NEARLY NEWWORTH THE DRIVE! Living Room, Dining Room, Bedrooms. 609-978-9052. (View picture10016 online)
GARAGE/YARD SALES Barnegat Light, 1901 Central Ave., Fri./Sat./Sun., 8/3-8/5, 8am-4pm. Huge Sale– Fishing equipment, tools, books, jewelry, furniture, household items, much more. Beach Haven, Amber & the bay. Sat., 8/4, 8am-noon. Multi family. Quality merchandise! Household, fishing, boating. No junk! Beach Haven, 503 Amber St., Sat., 8/4, 8am. Toys, fabric, towels, sheets, baby swing, and misc. Beach Haven Gardens, 13310 Pacific Ave., Sat., 8/4, 8am-noon. Multi family. Furniture & household items. Haven Beach, 22 East Colorado (118th), Sat., 8/4, 8am-noon. Wide assortment, something for everyone. Priced to sell! Holgate, 2 Holgate Ave. Sat., 8/4, 8am-1pm (rain 8/11). 20ft. Sea Ray cuddy cabin, bedroom set, appliances, electronics, jewelry, girl’s college clothing, fishing, tools, pictures, Mikasa glass. North Beach Haven, 101 West 17th St., Sat., 8/4, 8am-2pm (rain 8/11). Books, clothes, household items, holiday decor, toys, 8in. drill press. Ship Bottom, 376 West 6th St., Sat., 8/4, 9am (rain 8/11). Multi family– household items, china, glass, books, pictures, frames, linens. Ship Bottom, 240 West 20th St., Sat., 8/4, 8am-1pm. Misc. items, grandfather clock, $325. Colonial Maddox secretary desk, $350. Ship Bottom, 315 West 17th St. (bayside). Fri./Sat., 8/3-8/4, 8am4pm (rain date 8/11). Various housewares, knickknacks, etc. Spray Beach, 23 East 27th St., Sat./Sun., 8/4-8/5, 8am-noon. House contents, bikes, beach & patio chairs. Surf City, 357 & 363 North 4th St. Fri./Sat., 8/3-8/4. Household, collectibles, books, DVDs, videos, indoor/outdoor chairs, lamps, mirrors, pictures, hobby horse, dog crate, quilt rack, Britax car seat, toys, jewelry, clothes & more. Surf City, 383 North 4th St. Fri./ Sat., 8am-2pm. Household, tools, nautical items, jewelry, linens, lamps, duck decoys & more.
ARTS & CRAFTS BUY IN BULK!
Buy 12 strands and get 40% off...all the time! All earrings, buy 1, get 1 half off. Made on LBI! 1616 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, 609-494-8177 and 1305 Long Beach Blvd., N. Bch Haven, 609-492-BEAD(2323).
FLEA MARKETS ManahawkinFleaMarket.com
OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET
Rental Spaces, Fri., $10; Sat.& Sun., $25/each. Garage Sale & Used Merchandise, Sat. & Sun., $10/each. See website for coupons. Indoor Shoppes Open All Week. 657 East Bay Ave. 609-5971017.
MOVING SALE Coffee table, teak night stands, leather lounge chair, lamps, desk chair, CD record player recorder, original oil paintings. Best offers. 10am-5pm every day. 3 Buckingham Ave., Harvey Cedars. 609494-6523.
ANTIQUES APPLE TREE ANTIQUES STORE CLOSING, 20%-50% off, including Dorofee glass. Offers considered. 361 Route 9, halfway between Tuckerton & Manahawkin. 609-296-6677.
Wrought iron fencing, garden antiques, fireplace mantles, hardware, kitchen and bath, much more. Recycling the Past, 381 North Main St., Barnegat, 609-6609790.
WE’RE STILL HERE 49TH SEASON!! 8 Stocked Rooms with Fresh Merchandise
50% Off Selected Items Large Collectibles “Wizard of Oz” Items Open Daily 10am - 5pm Something For Everyone 609-494-9384
Wizard of Odds 7601 Long Beach Blvd. Beach Haven Crest Invest in Antiques They Appreciate in Value!
ANTIQUES BEACH HAVEN ANTIQUES
509 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Highest prices paid for gold, silver, old costume jewelry and antiques. Store hours: Sun., Mon., Tues., Fri., 11am5pm; Sat., 1pm-7pm. Call for appointments. 609-444-8119. GREEN ACRES BARN, thrift and consignment, 540 Wells Mills Rd., Waretown. GSP Exit 69 north or southbound, Fri.-Sun., 10am-5pm. 609-971-3842.
SHIP BOTTOM ANTIQUES BY THE BAY
Central Ave. at 28th St.
Open daily, except Wednesday. 609-361-0885.
NAUTICAL ANTIQUES ANTIQUE MALL
Largest selection in the tri-state area. Over 50 consignment dealers in a 3,000 sq.ft. emporium. NAUTICAL ships, anchors, wheels, bells, compasses, lanter ns, sextants, por tholes, clocks, figureheads, fishing gear, models, trunks, sculptures, vintage marine art, Mel Fisher Atocha coins, deep sea diving equipment, swords, uniforms, ships in bottles, flare guns, signal flags, clam baskets, oars, pulleys, lobster buoys, barrels, fish mounts marlin, striped bass, fishnet floats, whaling implements, scrimshaw, telescopes, binoculars, flare guns, books, hatchcover tables, chronometers. Dealer friendly. 20% off.
UP FROM THE DEEP SHOPPES
901 N. Bay Ave., Beach Haven. 12pm-5pm 7 days. 609-4927574.
ANTIQUES/BOOKS Verde Antiques and Rare Books
We Buy & Sell Quality Items
Decorative Art & Paintings, Prints & Photographs; Vintage & Rare Books; Toys, Sports & Doll Collectibles; Magazines & Autographs; Pottery; Ephemera of All Kinds & Estate Jewelry. ....................................................... TOO MANY BIRDS & DUCKS! Bought Our Third Collection of Decoys and Shore Birds. Until Aug. 12, buy $1,000 (or more) worth of decoys and/or shore birds - Get 30% off total sale. Open Wed.-Sun., 11am-4pm. 73 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609-597-5233. On the web at verdeantiquesandrarebooks.com
Irish Dolls at KILLEEN’S IRISH SHOP. Route 9 and Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609-597-4403.
APPLIANCES ERIK’S APPLIANCE SERVICE
RELIABLE SERVICE for your washers, dryers, refrigerators, ranges and dishwashers. All makes & models.
GE washer & gas dryer, $175/both. Manahawkin. Call 609-698-0264.
SPAS/HOT TUBS Softub Spa Rentals
WEEKLY, MONTHLY, SEASONAL We do all the work...Just say ahh...in your spa. 609-492-4996. www.shoresoftub.com
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Schecter Diamond Series electric bass guitar with case. Like new, never used. Asking $475. On LBI. Please call 609-709-8322.
FURNITURE 12-light brass chandelier; Ethan Allen pine corner cabinet; large Tiffany lamp with apples/grapes design; large storage ottoman, floral design; other nice items! 973-8098211. ALL FREE! Twin bed w/mattress, box spring, frame, & white headboard. 4 rattan chairs. Broyhill armoire (top half). Located North Beach. Call 609-494-2568. Carolina furniture: 1 double extension table, 6 Queen Anne chairs, 1 china, 1 buffet, $1,500; Ambiance TV console, $600; Reclining leather sofa, $850; Mahogany bedroom set: headboard, night stand, kingsized bed, mattress, $1,200. Call 609-607-0102. Hitchcock DR table w/4 chairs, seats 8, $350; 10ft.x12ft. pastelcolored oriental rug, $300. 609361-9129.
SPORTING GOODS Diamondback Series 600 recumbent bike. Excellent condition. Hardly used. Asking $100. Call 609-494-4519.
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MERCHANDISE ACME BIKE SHOPS
Skateboards ..................$39.99 Bikes ................................$199 SUP Package ...................$499 Inline Skates ......................$99 All Board Shorts .................$10
Bikes. SUP Boards. Kayaks. Hot Tubs. Joggers. CRIBS. ElliptiGos! AND A LOT MORE... 84th Street, 609-492-5150 27th Street, 609-492-6522 acmebeachandbike.com Acorn Superglide outdoor stairlift. Just serviced. Runs well. Full documents, $1,600. Installed Brant Beach. Call 260-413-2641. Adult tricycle with back basket, 1 month old, $450/OBO. Call 609661-1308.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Friday, Sept. 21st
MetLife Stadium, section 339. 10 tickets available, $100 each. Please call 908-705-0238. DISH Network. Starting at $19.99/ month PLUS 30 Premium movie channels FREE for 3 months! SAVE & ask about SAME DAY installation! Call 866-944-6135.
ElliptiGOs are here!
BUY IT • RENT IT • DEMO IT. 5 pass=$110/ 10 pass=$200. Buy one today...get $100 rebate certificate. 84th Street on LBI. 609-492-5150 www.ElliptiGo.com Lasko 5ft. Whirlpool tub w/Kohler faucet, like new, $300. Jogging stroller, $65. Brand new pool alarm, $50. Denon surround receiver, $150. 609-361-8444.
LIZZIE ROSE TEA ROOM
TENT SALE! Inventory Clearance up to 70% off. OPEN: Fri.Sun., 11:30am-5pm. Afternoon tea, desserts. Call 609-2961551. 219 East Main St., Tuckerton. OUTRIGGERS, Tigress, telescoping, $300. DOWNRIGGER, Cannon, telescoping, $250. PORTHOLES, 22in., solid brass, $300. AWNING, retractable, 16ft.x8ft., $300. Like new. 609-432-3596.
AA+ Cleaning - All around- up and down– cleaning at its best. Private or rental properties. Call Eileen, 609-713-9615.
By Okie’s- Full Service Catering. Weddings, Pig Roasts, Barbecues and Outdoor Parties. Call 609-4943394. www.lbicatering.com K&S Gourmet Catering. Clambakes, Barbecues, Weddings. We specialize in full service off-premise catering for all occasions. Staffing and rentals available. Call 609548-6343.
Professional, experienced catering server. Fine dining experience. For in-home dinners, parties, showers. LBI area only. 201-681-8147 or email@example.com
SHORE THING CATERING
Whether dinner for 2 or special events for 200 or more, our catering is ‘‘Shore’’ to please. 609-2903508 or 609-488-5586. www.shorethingcatering.com
HALL RENTAL HALL RENTAL Surf City Firehouse– year ’round. Heat and A/C, kitchen, off-street parking. Call 609-494-6127 for information.
RUBBISH & GARBAGE REMOVAL JUNK OUT
You name it, we remove it! Everybody has junk. Home & Business. Basements •Attics •Yards •Garages •Sheds •Apartments. 877-637-JUNK.
All your cleaning needs. Let It Shine Cleaning Service. Changeovers, year ’round. LBI area. Owner operated. References available. Faith, 609-312-9494.
ALWAYS CHOOSE THE BEST
Oceanside Cleaning & Windows– Year ’round, Seasonal, Saturday Changeover Cleanings. Over 25 years owner operated. 609-492-1710.
Full service. Year ’round, seasonal & changeovers. No job too large or too small, give us a call. 609-947-5514, 609-9158215.
AT SHORE SERVICE
Insured, experienced, professional cleaners. Year ’round, home and office. Openings, changeovers, scheduled cleanings, new constructions, power washing, windows, trash removal. FREE estimate, call today. Susan 609-7135569. Audrey says, ‘‘Don’t get your panties in a pinch!’’ With our help we can make all your cleaning needs a cinch. We do it all, so give us a call. Cleaning is a sure thing. 609-5975325, Audrey.
Betty’s Busy Bees, LLC
SCREEN REPAIRS LBI screen repairs, door installation, and home repairs done at your location! Lic.#13VH01016900. Credit cards accepted. Call Mike Haines, 609-290-8836.
Eco-friendly year around cleaning service. Residential/Commercial. Openings/Closings, Changeovers. Reasonable rates. Bonded, Insured. 609-618-9465 or 609-2765541.
Kelly’s Cleaning Services Michael J. Kelly 732-364-5330 firstname.lastname@example.org Family Owned & Operated - Our 18th Year A Year Round Company Based on LBI
Weekly • Bi-Monthly • Monthly Residential • Rentals • Changeovers Emergencies
Standup Paddle Boards
Free lessons daily w/ $39 rental. New boards $499 w/paddle. Come see us...Guaranteed fun! Acme Surf and Sport, 84th St., Brighton Beach. 609-492-5150. acmesurfandsport.com
Window Cleaning Specialist/Screens Specialist/Screens • Shades • Blinds Power Washing • Ceiling Fans • Steamed Carpets & Rugs Gardening & Yard Work Storage Solutions for Garages • Estate Cleaning
Mike’s Picks for the Week: 4 Bee’s Polish American Deli in Surf City Best Polish Kielbasa and Homemade Pierogies 609-494-4545
Free Estimates References Available • Professional • Prompt
Bikes •Kayaks •Cribs •SUPs •ElliptiGos •Surfboards •Trailers. YOU NAME IT. WE RENT IT. One stop shop for all of your vacation needs... acmerentals.biz
Ann Wallace Best Agent for Follow up on LBI 609-709-2704 Fully Insured
Donations Made to Support: Breast Cancer Research, Autism Awareness & Wounded Warrior Project
CLEANING SERVICES CARPET CLEANING
Truck-mounted steam cleaning. ‘‘We Are the Best.’’ LIBERTY CARPET CLEANING. 609-9787522.
CLEANING SERVICES Kim’s Professional Cleaning Service. On-call 24hrs. Emergencies, Changeovers, Weekly cleanings. Residential, Commercial. Great rates. Call today, 609-857-3034 or 609-994-4148.
Mr. Maintenance Cleaning
Carpet & Furniture
Powerful truck mount. Fast drying. Certified carpet cleaner. Environmentally safe products. Tile & grout cleaning. Serving LBI & vicinity. Free estimates. Insured. 609-3508908. www.commerciocarpetclean ing.com Do you need to ‘‘brighten’’ your home? Call Sunshine Cleaning Service. Year ’round, seasonal and changeovers. References available. Call Stacey, 609-3841649.
DORA’S ISLAND CLEANING
AND Complete Cleaning Service, NJ Registered. Year ’round residential, weekly, bi-weekly, & monthly cleaning. Mary Kennedy, 609-492-5122, 609-709-3240.
JR’S WINDOW WASHING New Construction/Store Fronts
Since 2001. LBI/mainland. Screens & storm doors repaired, available 7 days/week. Free estimates.
Residential, commercial and summer changeovers. Mattress cleaning and sanitizing. Fully insured. Bonded. Free estimates. 10% OFF first cleaning. 609242-1629. www.mr-maintenance-clean ing.com
15995 HALF HOUSE $ 85 3 Areas SOFA & LOVESEAT $ 110 99 WHOLE HOUSE $ SOFA & LOVESEAT 219 7 Areas WHOLE HOUSE $
Professional cleaning with a personal touch. Residential, offices, rentals. Owner operated. Free estimates. Call 609-709-4267, leave message.
SUPERB CARPET CLEANING
LBI’s carpet cleaner for over 30 years. WE CLEAN WITH STEAM! Mention ad, get 1 area free when you clean 3 or more rooms. Call 609-494-5858. WILL DO changeover cleanings. Sun.-Thurs., 20% off. Also available for Fall cleanings. BOOK NOW! Call Joann, 609-276-3317.
You’ll Get the Cleanest Carpet & Upholstery
For a Friendly Phone Consultation with no Bait & Switch, Call 609290-2691. You’ll be glad you did! www.baysidecarpetcleaning.org
CHIMNEY SWEEPING Chimney sweeping. Fully insured, reliable. Sales, service, installation. 609-597-3473. HIC.#13VH01525800. See our displays. www.fireplacesonline.com
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.
Same Day Mobile Repair Service Credit Cards Accepted
THINK ABOUT IT!
DANA LIMOUSINES, LLC 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.
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.
COAST HANDYMAN SERVICES
PLATTINUM CLEANING. 10 years exp. Changeovers, new constructions, seasonal cleanings. FREE estimates. Call Nicole Platt, 609-618-2823.
Fireplaces Plus, Inc.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING
Carpet & Wood Floors Furniture & Artwork The Sun Will Destroy Them • We’re Here To Help! 99% Ultra Violet Ray Rejection
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.
Inside or outside, no job too small. Reasonable Rates. Please call 609-709-5452.
All types of home repairs, •Carpentry •Ceiling Fans •Locks •Stor m Doors Installed •Housesitting •Rental Property Maintenance. Call Sal 609-3352099.
LBI HOME HANDYMAN
•Carpentry •Painting •Yard Work. No job too small. Hourly rates. Fully insured. Call Jerry, 609-597-6715.
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.
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.
Home Improvements & Handyman Service
Over 25 Years’ Experience
• Kitchens & Baths • Wood Rot • Painting • Windows & Doors • Sheetrock, etc. • Rental Repairs NO JOB TOO SMALL
email@example.com NJ Reg./Lic# 13VH03796900
Specializing In Oceanfront & Bayfront Homes
(609) 693-BUST • 693-2878 • 1-800-308-TINT
KellyKs Window Cleaning 20% Discount With Neighbor Referral
(484) 390-2006 www.KellysWindowCleaning.com Serving South Jersey
Steve Kelly Owner
CLEAR REFLECTIONS LLC Window Cleaning Pressure Washing Painting • Staining
HEATING & COOLING
LAURENCE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
PROMPT, HONEST & FAIR
Residential, commercial electrical service. All work guaranteed. Fully insured. Lic.#17185. 609-207-3898.
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.
Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Complete electrical residential/ commercial service. Guaranteed call back. Free estimates. Lic.#14560A. 609-978-2070.
THOMAS F. GOGLIA & SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
All calls promptly answered. Serving Manahawkin & LBI w/25 years experience. Lic.#12137. 609-5490049.
HEATING & COOLING ALL-WAYS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
Sales •Service •Installation •All Makes/Models. Financing Available. BPI Certified. 24Hr. Emergency Service. 877-247-1010. Lic.#13VH01556300.
FAZIO HEAT & AIR
Our rates don’t inflate going over the bridge. R22 $24.99 lb. Great service contracts. 15 minute call backs. Emergency service standby. Fully insured. Free service calls. Lic.#13VH06569000 ins.
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
Experienced Technician For Sales •Service •Installation. Certified & insured. 30 years experience. Lic.#1058312. 609-296-6368. www.Laurenceheatair.com
Rick Barker Heating & Cooling, LLC
Your comfort is our goal! Get it done right the first time. 609-5975808. Lic.#13VH04377200.
PLUMBING DOC’S PLUMBING
Dependable, professional, local service. Installation of all plumbing systems. Call 609-296-2229. Lic#9467.
Lic # 5828
Residential • Commercial • Industrial
Quality Service at Your Convenience
“NO JOB TOO SMALL”
Thomas J Kohler Jr. owner/operator Lic# 12557
Serving Local Businesses & Home Owners for 32 years • Upgrade Electrical Service • Recessed Lighting • Air Conditioning Circuits
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.
S.K. ROBB PLUMBING CO. (Free Estimates)
All Plumbing Services. Bathroom Remodeling. Handicapped Toilets. Winterization Services. NJ Lic#.8455.
LICENSE No. 6093
WE DO SOLAR
185 N. Main St. (Rt. 9) Manahawkin, N.J.
GEORGE WARR Electrical Contractor Meter Sockets & Service Cable Replacements Water Heater Elements Installed Ceiling Fans • Dryers Air Conditioning • Circuits Lighting & Remodeling Specialist
Repairs & New Installations • Senior & Military Discounts • Lighting Ceiling & Attic Fans • Generator Specialist • Kitchens & Baths
Fully Bonded & Insured Lic.# 15541
NJ License #15079A
(some restrictions may apply)
“Extreme Home Make Over Contractor”
(609) 978-6530 WWW.GOGREENWITHLOUSELECTRIC.COM
Free Estimates 24-Hr. Service
Specializing in: Tankless Water Heaters Ductless Air Conditioning, Water Turn Ons, Sewer and Drain Cleaning Call for a FREE In-Home Estimate
609-587-8017 Heating • Air Conditioning • Air Quality Repairs • Installations • Service Contracts www.heritagehomeservicesnj.com
Please visit us online for current product discounts Lic.# 13VH05908400
P.O. Box 182, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006
Heating & Cooling
WINTERIZATION RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
MECHANICAL Plumbing & Heating Service - Repairs - Remodels
Seasonal Water Turn-Ons & Offs
CALL NOW FOR OUR AC CONDENSER SPECIAL WITH FREE CUSTOM COVER
Yes, We’re On LBI!
6105 Long Beach Blvd. • Brant Beach
Phone # 609-978-3551
Water & Sewer Hook Ups House Winterizations Tankless Water Heaters Drain Cleaning • Gas Piping Fixtures Installed • Repair Service
609-361-7473 Michael J. VanLiew Over 20 Years Experience Master Plumber
Lic. #12456 Ship Bottom, NJ
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION ALL MAKES AND MODELS • Furnaces • Central Air • Humidiﬁers • Boilers • UV Systems • Ductless
HEATING • COOLING • PLUMBING SAME DAY HEATING AND COOLING REPLACEMENTS
Residential • Commercial
10% OFF ALL SERVICE CALLS
FREE ESTIMATES LBI • Manahawkin Tuckerton Lacey Twp. • Toms River
Licensed & Fully Insured
$50 OFF ANY JOB OVER $200
Ceiling Fans Recessed Lights Remodeling & New Construction
All Phases of Electrical Work No Job Too Small
10% OFF ALL JOBS OVER $250.00
NJ LICENSE #6156
• New Construction • Wiring for Ceiling Fans • Troubleshooting
T. K OHLER J R . P LUMBING & H EATING
KURTZ ELECTRIC, INC.
JERSEY SHORE PLUMBING & DESIGN
Serving LOCAL Businesses & Homeowners for Over 20 Years
$250 OFF Any New or NJ LIC #13VH00948900 Master Plumbers Lic #6582 EPA Lead-Safe Certiﬁcation Master Plumbers Lic #6582 NJ LICRVI #13VH00948900 David Weiner Lic# 1850530477
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. 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 DISCOUNT ON PARTS & LABOR UNLIMITED SERVICE CALLS PRIORITY SERVICE
SENIOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ON SERVICE CALLS www.rossohvac.com firstname.lastname@example.org LIC#13VH01298500
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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
Landscaping & Garden Center (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
LIND ENTERPRISES LLC TERMITE & PEST CONTROL
CUT FOURLESS now scheduling 2012 lawn maintenance. Serving LBI & mainland for over 30 years. Just a cut above the rest! 609-2762876.
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.
Lic # 13VH04791400
LANDSCAPE DESIGN STONE PAVERS WALLS FENCING ASPHALT SPRINKLERS
Visit our New Garden Center! 229 S. Main St.(Rt 9) Barnegat Pkwy Exit 67
494-7562 • 294-9551
Offering peace of mind with your ant and pest problems. Squirrel and bird control. No poisons. Lic.#93312A. 609-597-6561.
Call Howard 609-384-5019
• Spring/Fall Cleanups & Maintanence • Professional Design/Build Services • Pools & Spas • Outdoor Living Spaces • Outdoor Kitchens & Fireplaces
Lawn SPRINKLERS Recommended by “4 out of 5 Landscapers”
Cleanups •Planting •Pruning •Mulching •Weeding •Fencing. Over 15 years experience. Low rates. Call 609-276-3111.
FLAGS & FLAGPOLES FLAGPOLES INSTALLED. Vinyl/ Aluminum/Nautical Yardar ms. SUMMER SPECIAL– 25ft. flagpole $975 installed. American made. 20year warranty. 609-494-0800 email email@example.com
‘‘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.
“When You Want It Done Right”
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
609-660-0009 100 OFF
(609) 978-1577 • (732) 244-0623 5 Year Warranty No Deposits - Permits Included
“Has Installed More Sprinklers than Anyone on the East Coast”
with ad at time of estimate
“Every Project a Referral”
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
MOWING & TRIMMING
Commericial/Residential Cleanups & Gutters. Call Martin Lawn Care Co. Reasonable rates. Insured. 609-489-1447. www.kutgrass.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FENCE INSTALLATIONS & REPAIRS VINYL-CHAIN LINK-WOOD ALUMINUM FENCE TRASH ENCLOSURES & SHOWERS SWIMMING POOL ENCLOSURES
Tree removal & trimming, yard cleanups, gutter cleaning, odd jobs, mulching. Call 609-9710242. (Lic.#13VH02103100).
• Qualiﬁed Heater Technician • Child Safety Fences • Salt Systems • Pressure Testing of pool lines • Leak Detection • Fully Licensed & Insured
Call Today 609-857-5435
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
NJ HIC# 13VH06736000
QUALITY DEPENDABLE WORK
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Landscaping • Fencing • Pavers
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
All Landscape Services & Outdoor Lighting Installations
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LAWN CARE • TREE & SHRUB CARE OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL
“Your yard is always on our mind”
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*Yard Sprays:Ticks, Mosquitoes, Fleas Etc. *Quartely Exterior Foundation Sprays
LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE more
Sod • Stone • Plantings • Pavers Retaining Walls• Lighting Drainage Systems• Property Maintenance Lic. #13VH00349300
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Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Real Estate Inspections
Castle’s Cleanup Crew, LLC
Residential & Vacation Turnover cleaning. Lawn maintenance, yard cleanups, painting & deck staining. Weeding programs. Call 609-713-5289. Free estimates, fully insured.
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
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
MANAHAWKIN TREE SERVICE
Tree Removal, Trimming, Stump Grinding & Chipping. Gardens Planted, Weeded & Maintained.
Quality Mushroom Soil Topsoil & Mulch
Free estimates. Fully insured. Lic.#13VH01099400
Interior & exterior upholstery and bedding for boats & homes. Please call Kseniya Allen at 609-290-9270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All Winter House Watch $55/Month
EYE on LBI
Poison ivy, spurge, dandelions. Sand, stone, patios and driveways. Best price and service. Licensed, registered and insured. #93312A. 609-597-6561.
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. Yard Cleanups, Mowing, Weeding, Tree/Hedge Trimming, Mulch, Stone, Plant Transplants, Flower Beds, Misc. Work. Reasonable prices. Call Stacey 609-618-3673.
Stone Delivery & Spreading •Grading •Fill •Mulch •Topsoil •Stone, all types & sizes. Free estimates. 609-698-5505, 609709-6556. Lic.#13VH02679500.
WINDOW TREATMENTS JG DESIGNS
Complete Design Services. Interiors, Home and Realtor Staging, Window Treatments, Slip Covers and Upholstery. Call 609-5973360.
AWNINGS & CANOPIES 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
Curbs Driveways Patios Sidewalks Steps
Clean Ups • Trimming • Tree Planting & Plants Celestino Cruz References • Free Estimates - Est. 1980
Carl Gallagher Mason • Contracting
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House Watch Property Mgmt Services Who’s watching your home? Call Kevin and Mike
FULL TIME LBI RESIDENTS available 7 days/week 12 months. Interior & Exterior Inspections. Contractor Access. Meet your Deliveries.
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7 days a week 12 months a year Call for free estimates
A&A MASONRY REPAIRS. Steps, chimney walls, rebuilt & repaired. Stone veneer, concrete & pavers. Fully insured. Call Pete, 609-2424249. newjerseymasonry.com
Sales, Installation. Residential/ Commercial. Interior/Exterior. Reliable, fully insured. HIC#13VH01525800. 609-5973473. Fireplaces Plus, Inc. See our displays. www.fireplacesonline.com
By Jim Ratigan, LBI & BHW since 2001 FULL TIME. Background: Heating, Electrical, Plumbing, Property Management & Maintenance, 30+ years! Personalized Service. Weekly house checks. Call for appointment.
Atlantic Awnings Professional Installations Residential/Commercial
Retractable Awnings • Window Awnings Retractable & Stationary Canopies Recovers • Repairs • Re-Hang • Take Downs • Washing
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Protect Your Home With Shore Shield
Stone Spreading • Brick Pavers • Landscaping
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J.J. BRICK PAVERS LLC Patios • Walkways • Driveways Retaining Walls & Stone • Flower Beds Landscaping • Mulch • Top Soil
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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
Certified Arborist & Line Clearance Certified Tree Removal & Planting Natural/Organic Tree, Plant & Lawn Care Proper Pruning & Trimming • Cleanups & Clearings Stump Grinding • Brush Piles • Firewood 60' Aerial Lift / Grapple Truck / Experienced Climbers Customized Plant Care Program • Fertilization & Disease Management
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FLOORING RON FERRIER FLOOR SANDING CO. Installation, staining, pickling, repairs. Clean, top quality work. Serving Southern Ocean County. 732-775-1932.
ROOFING/SIDING 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.
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J. MCDERMOTT ROOFING
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.
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.
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
Specializing In Stain Work
ACCREDITED HOME ELEVATOR CO.
Sales/Service •Residential and Commercial •New or Existing •Installation •Moder nization •Repairs •Service/Service Contracts. Hoistway Construction, Dumbwaiters, Chairlifts. Visit our showroom, 127 Rte. 9 South, Barnegat. Lic.#13VH04317500. www.accelevator.com
Floor Sanding & Reﬁnishing Old & New Floors Installation & Repairs
Retired certified welder, small/large items, my place or yours. Steel, aluminum, stainless. Over 45 years experience. 609-494-7263, cell 609-713-5528.
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.
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Wind Damage, Roofing, Siding, Windows, Drywall, Trim, Decks, Basements, Kitchens, Baths, Additions. Guaranteed call back. Lic.13VH04665400. 609-489-6305. BuildAxis.com
MILANO TILE, LLC
Finish Carpenter. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling. Cabinet Refacing. Entertainment centers, bookcases, mantles, custom moldings. References, fully insured, 30 years experience. 609-492-6820. Lic.#13VH04077900.
LBI’S Finest Power Washer
Professional, prompt, thorough. Commercial & Residential. Window Washing. Call Marke Bednarek, 609-206-6743. Insured, Lic.#13VH03436700.
POWER WASHERS PLUS
Cabinetmaker, 25 years experience. Honest, reliable. No job too small. 609-494-4098.
POWER WASHING Cedar, vinyl, fiberglass, railings, decks, wood restoration, concrete, docks all phases. Insured. Lic.#13VH01389600. Call John, 609-494-6175.
For all Your Pressure Washing Needs. •Wood Restoration •Window/Screen Cleaning •Interior/ Exterior Painting. 609-618-2975.
Prestige Power Washing
All exterior surfaces. Painting/ Staining. Free estimates. Fully Insured. Lic.#0400399305. 609994-7379.
WINDOW CLEANING AND POWER WASHING LLC.
Free Estimates/Fully Insured • Owner Operated
Serving LBI over 40 years
Custom Installations Bath remodels, backsplashes Marble, glass, handcrafted tile our specialty
Ceramic Tile LLC
Marble - Natural Stone - Glass Tile Custom Showers • Complete Bathroom Remodels Kitchen Backsplashes Small Jobs & Repairs Welcome
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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
Serving Ocean County & LBI for over 20 years
A company where the owner is on the job! Repairs & Power Washing (No subcontractors)
Additions • Alterations Remodels • Renovations Elevators • Decks Siding • Windows Doors • Floors • Trim
609-361-8815 N.J. Lic#13VH06719700
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Corrigan Construction Co.
Fully Insured Free Estimates
Up to 300 sq. ft. Price Excludes Prep.
We Specialize in wide plank wood floors
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SPECIALIZING IN FIBERGLASS, SIDING, VINYL RAILING & DECKS
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"WE WILL MATCH OR BEAT ANY COMPETITOR'S WRITTEN ESTIMATE.”*
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Interior â€˘Exterior â€˘Wallpapering â€˘Power Washing. All other home improvements and remodeling. Fully insured. 25yrs. experience. 609-978-0181, Joe. Lic.#13VH03693100.
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
Interior/exterior. Power washing. Quality work at reasonable prices. References supplied. 609-494-5626, 609597-8558. Lic.#13VH02045500.
Interior/Exterior including residential & commercial. The finest and cleanest work. Reasonable rates, licensed & insured. Over 25 years experience. 609-758-0658, 908910-7257/cell.
Howard Painting & Staining
Interior & exterior. Give us a call. 609-312-9857. Serving all the Mainland and Long Beach Island.
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Interior and Exterior Staining & Painting. Powerwashing. Windows & Doors Installed. Michael Oâ€™Donnell. Lic.#13VH05479800. 609-494-3699.
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.
ON POINT CUSTOM PAINTING LLC
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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 â€˘Baths â€˘Tile â€˘Decks â€˘Fully Insured â€˘References â€˘Free Estimates. 609-971-7459. Lic.#13VH01279700.
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Installers, all windows/doors. Replacements, Andersen, repairs. Licensed and Insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779.
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EAST COAST CONTRACTING– Kitchen & Bath Remodeling •Decks •Vinyl Railings •Tile & More. 1 hour response. Chris 609-618-3462. Lic.#13VH06855700
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Professional Remodeling Contractors since 1982. Custom trim, crown moldings, additions, kitchens, baths. Satisfaction guaranteed. Lic.#13VH01891800. 609597-8925. Facebook.com/jconos centiandsons
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. ‘‘You’ll be glad you did!!’’
MALCOLM LEIGH CONSTRUCTION LLC
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We Do What Your Honey Won’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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Beyond All Expectations
Surf Camps & Surf Lessons. All ages, all abilities, coed friendly. Experienced CPR & First Aid certified instructor. 619-398-7437.
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COMPUTER SERVICES COMPUTER TECH
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.
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Certified math teacher with 27 years experience. Pre-Algebra through Calculus. Reasonable rates. 914-954-8486.
College student available for babysitting on LBI. Own transportation. Former ocean lifeguard. References. Flexible hours. Please call Emily, 732-275-5279. Kidsitter wanted starting Sept. for Mon.-Fri. after school, 2:305:30pm. Must have valid drivers license and car. Pick up from bus stop, help with homework, etc. If you are interested in applying for the position, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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PETS/PET CARE ADOPT A PET
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.
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ENGLESIDE MOTEL & RESTAURANT
Has had all shots and is spayed (Barnegat Animal Clinic). About 12 weeks old. Has two gray brothers, one with multi-toes as in Hemingway's cats. 609-494-2826 Cell 609-709-2956
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.
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. BOOKKEEPER/ADM- 2 to 3 days a week, experience with QuickBooks, strong computer skills, flexible hours/days. REAL ESTATE AGENTS: Experienced or newly licensed. Excellent marketing & lead generation programs for career-minded agents. Accelerated commission plan. Please send resume to Pat, Sand Dollar Real Estate, fax 609-4945151 or email email@example.com Cleaning person wanted for small Beach Haven apartment complex. Good pay. Must be reliable and live in Beach Haven/Holgate area. 609492-9283, ask for Lorraine or Jerry.
Needed to provide assistance to seniors. Flexible hours, great pay! Senior Helpers 732-678-0096. Apply at www.seniorhelpers.com Cook-line, F/T, year ’round for bar/ liquor store. Weekends a must. Prior experience required. Excellent paid benefits. Apply within Mystic Island Casino, 110 Mathistown Road. 609-296-4800.
PET AND HOUSE SITTING, LLC
ELITE FITNESS & HARVEY CEDARS FITNESS looking for year ’round, P/T receptionist. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Now hiring year ’round host/hostess, experienced servers, line cooks and dishwashers. Apply in person, 30 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Experienced drivers- $1,000 Signon Bonus! Regional LTL opportunities available in Burlington, NJ. Earn up to $1,100 or more per week. Great home time! 855-7808011. www.driveffe.com Experienced Reefer drivers: GREAT PAY/freight lanes from Presque Isle, MS, Boston-Leigh, PA. 800-277-0212 or www.primeinc.com Hair stylists & nail techs, experienced. With or without a following. Please call Tiffany’s Salon & Spa at 609-361-1777. Housekeeping & Front Desk, part time, immediately, summer and fall. Small Long Beach Island Motel. Call 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. Kitchen help, bakery help, baker/ cake decorator, F/T, experience preferred but not necessary. Holiday Snack Bar, call 609-492-4544 or 267-994-0829. 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 cooks needed, PT/FT, top pay for experience. Also night time dishwasher. Apply in person, M&M Steam Bar, 13301 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace. Linecooks & dishwashers needed full and part time for Black-Eyed Susans Restaurant, Harvey Cedars. Call 609-744-7812 before 6pm.
COOKS & PIZZA MAKERS
Line cook, experienced, high volume, short order, saute, broiler, fryer. Seasonal & year ’round available. LBI area. Call 609-713-4254.
Pet Sitting •Pet Walking •Full Animal Care •House Sitting •Plants, Mail, etc. References/ Insured. Barbara,
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- You can count on Knight for flexible hometime, plenty of miles, daily or weekly pay, modern trucks, quarterly safety bonuses. Local orientation. 800-414-9569. www.driveknight.com
LOST A PET? Call the shelter, your pet could be there!
Drivers CDL-A: Your current 10-20 have you down? Why not Get Home? NEW PAY PACKAGE! 2012 tractors/trailers to boot! 888406-9046.
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.
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.
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F/T, must be available all days & shifts through Oct. Apply in person, Greenhouse Cafe, 6th & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom.
Position open in upbeat health food market for ambitious, conscientious, environment-friendly, healthminded, personable & mature individual. Year ’round, FT/PT team member. Candidate must be people oriented & service focused. References and resume a must. Store is open Mon.-Sat., 10am7pm. Contact Mike or Becky at 609-597-0017 or email email@example.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. Receptionist, P/T, physical therapy clinic. 22 hours/4 days per week. $12/hour. Only qualifications are reliable, customer service talent and basic computer skills. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org Retail sales associates, FT/PT, for seasonal clothing store in Beach Haven, Seasonal-Oct. Pay DOE. Send resume, cover letter & availability to: email@example.com www.freshproduceclothes.com SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER: Part-time School Social Worker position available Sept. 2012. Salary contingent upon experience. NJDOE School Social Worker certificate required. Apply to Karen T. McKeon, Superintendent, 200 Barnegat Ave., Surf City, NJ 08008 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 8/6/12. EOE, ADA. Surf shop, Beach Haven, full & part time help wanted, retail clerks and surf instructors. Must be able to work till Labor Day. Call Ken, 609492-8823.
Tuckers Restaurant $$$
Servers & Host positions available. Apply in person, ask for Bob or John. Engleside Ave. & the bay, Beach Haven. 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.
FARMS & ACREAGE DEAL FELL THROUGH at $49,900! 11 acres- NOW JUST $39,900. Jaw dropping views! 2.5 hours to NY City! Fields, woods, spring! Terms available. Call 888918-6264 or NewYorkLandandLakes.com LENDER SELLING SHORT! 40 acres, $69,900. 3 properties for the price of one! Near Cooperstown, NY. LOW taxes, incredible views, trophy deer! Call NOW! 888-4810442.
COMMERCIAL FOR RENT
SHIP BOTTOM strip store available immediately. 609-290-1272, 609-494-2420.
COOKS, BARTENDERS WAIT STAFF
Hostess Servers Bartender
Ship Bottom office for rent, $450/ month, includes utilities. Call Beach Haven Auto, 609-494-0535, Mon.Sat., 9am-5pm & Sun., 9am-1pm.
F/T & P/T. Apply in person, Bayberry Inn, 13th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. 609-494-8848.
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Stafford Forge Business Park
Contractor’s Office/Workshop for rent. 1,100-14,000 sq.ft. Will divide. 609-294-4990.
SURF CITY– RETAIL/OFFICE. Boulevard location, high traffic area. A/C, heat. Clean & sunny. Private customer parking lot.
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COMMERCIAL FOR SALE Bakery for sale, beach block, on LBI. Turn-key operation. For more details call 609-276-1348. 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 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 Park, oceanside duplex, 9th from sea. 40x90 lot, room for expansion. Great rental history. $649,600. 609-310-0718 or 917807-3298. Brant Beach Bayside Duplex two units. $414,900. Contact Kenneth Nilson, 609-848-9095, RE/MAX at Barnegat Bay. www.KenNilson.me/3059343 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.
HOUSES FOR SALE
BEACH HAVEN SUMMER RENTALS
Brant Beach, 3-bedroom, second floor duplex, amenities, off-street parking. $830/week. NO PETS. 609-361-4662.
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.
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
Two family, center of town, 1886 Victorian. Many upgrades. Great neighborhood. Priced for quick sale.
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On the causeway.
Tues., 8/7, 5-7pm. 129 East 29th St., Ship Bottom. 4BR, 2BA, classic cape just 3rd from beach. Please join me to view this spectacular beach house. Contact Melinda Russell at Prudential Zack Shore Properties, for more info or directions: 609494-7272 ext. 1139 or email MeLBI@comcast.net 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.
MOBILE HOMES LBI Trailer Park has homes for sale, 1/2 block from ocean. ALSO, we have RV sites for rent. Call 609492-9151.
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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.
LENDER ORDERED LIQUIDATION SALE! Southwest Florida. Brand new condo 2BR, 2BA, GARAGE, only $99,900. Same unit sold for $295K! Gorgeous new 1300sf. condo. All appliances, granite counters, more. Excellent financing. Ask about our fly-n-buy program. Call now 877-526-3631, ext. 439.
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.
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@comcast.net for photos.
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2-bedroom duplex, 1.5 blocks to beach. Clean, renovated bathrooms, A/C, W/D, gas grills, outside shower, four decks. Available Labor Day & Sept., $900-$1,500/ week. Josh, 917-603-3488. See web site for Calendar/Pictures/ Rates: www.204pearl.com A FEW WEEKS OPEN. Nor th Beach, great location, second from beach, 3-bedroom duplex, deck, WiFi, badges included. Sept. weeks, $800-$1,000/week. Call owner, 732-383-8108.
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Surf City, second floor, oceanside, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 9. Very big & clean. Great for 2 families. 8/25-9/1, $1,500 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. 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
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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, 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. email@example.com, for photos/details: www.BeachHouseLBI.com Barnegat Light, SPECTACULAR VIEWS of ocean, inlet/historic lighthouse! Immaculate, first floor, 3BR, 1.5BA, W/D, decks, all amenities. 8/4-8/11 & 8/25-9/1, $1,500/ week. 201-288-1981, 201-9276421. Bar negat Light, last-minute availability! Beautiful Nantucket style house on large, tree-shaded lot. Sleeps 6-8. 2 decks plus patio. Available 8/19 (flexible arrival), $1,950/week. 267-879-9637. View pictures thesandpaper.net 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 Beach Haven, 3BR, first floor apartment, third from ocean, all amenities. LATE CANCELLATION: 8/18-8/25, $1,500/week. No pets. Call 609-492-2431. Beach Haven oceanside condo, 1st floor, sleeps 4. Handicap ramp, porch, yard, O/S. Available 7/28-8/ 4, 8/18-8/25, 8/25-9/1, $750/week. Call 908-313-7432. Beach Haven, modern, clean, 1bedroom apar tment. Available weekly, bi-weekly. Call for more info, 201-410-2516.
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. Sept., $975/week. 908-803-2009. Brant Beach duplexes, 3rd & 4th from ocean, w/views, 3BR, 1.5BA, sleeps 8, $2,040/week. Off-season rates, $500-$1,300/week. All units w/amenities, badges. 609-3618987. www.VRBO.com/141162 Brant Beach, oceanside, 2BR, sleeps 6, A/C, cable TV, fully equipped kitchen. No pets. $1,000/ week, call for availability. 215-2571615.
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www.FarrenysLBI.com 2 Summer seasonal lots available! ALSO, 3BR furnished apt. on bay, $1,000/week. Harvey Cedars, 5BR, 3BA, one house from ocean, spectacular views, A/C, W/D, O/S, gas grill, internet, all amenities. 9/1-Oct., $1,000-$2,800/week. 201-4101486.
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. Historic row home, center Beach Haven. 3BR, 2BA, W/D, A/C. Sleeps 8. Nice kitchen. Call for availability/rates. 732-317-3525, 908-331-0180. Holgate, 2-bedroom, 1-bath cottage (sleeps 6), second from beach. Available 8/25. 856-2960423 or website shoresummerrentals.com Search rental ID #2072.
Brighton Beach bayfront, 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths. Available 8/25, 9/8, 9/15. Late-season price reductions! Call 908-295-0509. 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. Loveladies lagoon-front, 3 bedrooms, A/C, beach badges, all amenities. No pets/smoking. Available 8/26, $2,000/week. Please call 267-259-9335.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Ship Bottom, oceanblock. Weekly: 3- & 5-bedroom houses and 1- & 3bedroom apartments. No pets/ smoking. Off-street parking. Call 609-661-1199. 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 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.
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 Terrace, 4-bedroom house, many extras. Available Sept.-May. References, security. No pets. $850/month + utilities. Call Marge, 239-272-6857. Beach Haven West, updated 3bedroom, single family home. Lagoon front, extra wide cul-de-sac location. Gas heat, C/A. Available Sept. 2012-June 2013, $1,200/ month + utilities. Call Beth 201818-5250. (View picture71002 online)
Tuckerton area, furnished 2BR, 2BA townhome. Fitness center, pool, sauna, tennis court. Call for details, 609-294-2404.
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.
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BRANT BEACH, oceanside, 2-bedroom, beautiful cottage w/stainless appliances, fireplace & more. $900/ month + utilities. Available 10/1/126/15/13. Call Steve, 917-747-2907.
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FALL RENTALS Bayfront Brant Beach. Spectacular views and sunsets from bridge to AC. Covered decks, private dock, great room w/fireplace. Short walk to both ocean and bay beaches. 4 large bedrooms + TV room. Sept./Oct. weeks, $1,500-$2,500/week. Owner 609-923-1533. email@example.com w w w . t o u r f a c t o r y. c o m / odxr458534 BEACH HAVEN, SEPT. WEEKLY Second floor, 3BR, 6th from ocean, A/C, W/D, outside shower, amenities. 609-492-5357, 609-2903872. View pictures thesandpaper.net
Ship Bottom, Best Time Is Sept.! 3BR, amenities, internet, large porch, off-street parking. Great view. Private beach area. 9/8-9/15, 9/15-9/22. 267-808-7492.
WINTER RENTALS 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
Harvey Cedars, bayfront, 3 bedrooms, fully furnished, W/D. References required. Available 9/9/125/9/13, $995/month includes cable TV & free heat. 610-692-1760. 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. Manahawkin, gorgeous, like new, 3-bedroom, 2-bath, furnished home on water. No pets. Available 10/1, $1,600/month plus utilities. Call 609-932-0673. Ship Bottom, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Furnished, W/D, dishwasher, A/C, gas heat, deck, grill. $950/month + utilities. No smoking/pets. 201-2489573. Ship Bottom, beach block. 2 bedrooms, gas heat, cable. Available 09/03/12-5/24/13, $850/month plus utilities. Please call 609-213-4306. Ship Bottom, 2BR, 1BA, fully furnished. Available Sept. to June. Close to bridge. $950/month plus utilities. Call 609-647-2354. Ship Bottom, oceanfront, second floor condo. 2BR, all amenities. Available 10/1, $800/month + utilities. Call Eileen Matson, Mary Allen Realty, 609-709-9503. 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, cozy, 1-bedroom apartment plus sleeper sofa in living room. Fourth from ocean. Pet friendly. $775/month, utilities included. 609-994-7721.
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YEAR ROUND RENTALS
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Spray Beach, furnished, 2-bedroom, 1-bath bungalow. Living room, dining area, galley kitchen, $750/month + utilities and security. Call Dom, 609-280-6447.
Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom apartment, C/A, nice/clean. $1,150/ month, includes electric & heat. Available now. Call 973-812-0882, 551-580-4710.
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, $1,000$1,200/month, utilities included. 908-656-2048.
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)
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. 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.
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 $79,900. Call Rob, 609-927-5900. (View picture81033 online)
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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.
Tuckerton Beach waterfront, 2BR, 1BA. Completely remodeled inside & out, new everything! No smoking. $1,275/month + utilities. Credit check. 609-661-1033.
Surf City, 3 bedrooms, oceanblock, renovated & fur nished. $850/ month. No smoking. Open House 8/11, 11:30am-1pm, 40 6th St. Call 908-247-9148.
Tuckerton, waterfront duplex. 3BR, 2.5BA, in great condition. Wood floors, W/D hook-up. Pets OK. Credit check. $1,600/month plus utilities. 732-796-7250.
Surf City, bayfront, first floor, 23BR, 1BA. No smoking/pets. Available Sept. to June, $900/month + utilities/security. 609-635-5445. Surf City, 3-bedroom, second floor & 3-bedroom, first floor apartments. Magnificent views overlooking bay. $750/month + utilities per unit. References, security deposit required. No pets/smoking. 973-539-2860.
YEAR ROUND RENTALS Barnegat, 2 years old, 4BR, 2.5BA, W/D, finished basement. $1,950/ month + utilities. No pets. Available immediately. 732-983-2715. Barnegat, 1BR, 1.5BA townhome w/office. Half mile from Barnegat Beach. Microwave, refrigerator, W/ D, clubhouse, tennis court, swimming pool. $975/month plus utilities. No smoking/pets. 908-3478493 or 908-964-7519.
Convenient/Comfor table, 2BR, 2BA, fully applianced. Call or stop in today. Our team is eager to help make you feel ‘‘at home.’’
Move in by 8/31/12, pay $500 security. Ask about the free rent special! Call 609-294-2404. Beach Haven Park, oceanside, first floor, furnished, 1BR. Gas F/P, A/ C, water/sewer included. No smoking. Starts Oct., $1,250/month + gas/electric. 856-858-0119. firstname.lastname@example.org 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. Beach Haven West, on lagoon w/ dock. 4BR, 2BA, laundry room, new kitchen, C/A. No pets/smoking. $1,700/month + utilities. 732489-5607. Brant Beach, 3BR apartment. Furnished or unfurnished. DW, A/C. No smoking/pets. $950/month + utilities/security. References, credit check. 845-721-6835. 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.
WATERFRONT, furnished, 4bedroom ranch with 54ft. bulkhead. All amenities. SUPER CLEAN! Call for more info, 732841-0746. (View picture66019 online) Mystic Island waterfront, 3-bedroom ranch, 719 Twin Lakes Blvd. Bulkhead, great area. Credit check, references, $1,250/month plus utilities. 973-334-3468, 973-789-6863. NEW GRETNA, 2BR & 1BR apartments. Heat supplied. Rent starts at $800/month. No pets. Call 609978-0964.
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Move in by 8/31/12, 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.
FLORIDA RENTALS WINTER RENTAL, Hobe Sound. A beautiful first floor, 2bedroom condo, w/2 baths, screened-in Lanai facing golf course, all newer Mexican furniture, dishwasher, washer/dryer, central air & palm trees galore. Available Dec. 2012 through April 2013. Must be a 3or 4-month rental only. All utilities are included. Photos available. Call Don eves., 609-5971643.
For your unwanted cars & trucks. TOP DOLLAR PAID. FREE TOWING. Call daytime 609-268-0365, eve. 609-230-5998.
AUTOS FOR SALE 2004 Honda Accord EX, red, 20,100 miles. Beautiful condition, one owner. Loaded. $13,000. Brant Beach. 260-413-2641. 2004 Toyota Camry LE, silver, 28,500 miles, no snow/salt. Asking $13,000. Call 609-577-1814.
BOATS FOR SALE 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. 13ft. Vanguard Zuma sailboat. Excellent condition. New sail & trailer. Great 2-person boat. $1,500. Brant Beach. 610-914-5790 or email@example.com 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. 1996 Boston Whaler Dauntless w/60hp Mercury. Includes trailer, Fisher heavy canvas winter cover, console & helm seat covers, bow cushion, front cooler seat and cushion, depth finder, compass. $12,500. Call Jeff 609-468-6266.
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. 2007 Sea Ray 175 Bowrider, 135hp IO, VERY LOW HOURS, like NEW. Trailer, bimini, covers, DF, AM/FM. In water ready to ride, Waretown. Asking $13,350. 732278-2702. 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. $10,000. 508-221-3475. (View picture81037 online) 17ft. Newport Daysailer w/cuddy cabin and aluminum trailer, $900/ OBO. Optional 5hp Honda 4 stroke, $600. In Holgate. Call 908510-8464. 18ft. Sea Ray bowrider 2002, 4.3 Mercruiser, 200 hours. Trailer, new canvas. Excellent condition. $9,250. BHW. 973-713-7896. (View picture81044 online) 1959 Beaton 15ft. Barnegat Bay sailing sneakbox, totally restored. Very good condition. Many extras. $3,500/offers. Located LBI. Please call 609-312-8263. 19ft. 1985 Grady White Tournament Walk Through. 1998 Yamaha 150hp outboard, trailer, covers. $6,600. View at Surf City Marina, LBI. 201-704-1536. 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) 19ft. 1999 Sea Ray Cuddy Cabin 205 I/O. Very low hours. See at Mordecai Boat Basin, Beach Haven. $7,500. 973-978-6606. 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. 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. 20ft. Aquasport, 1987, center console, 115hp Evinrude. $2,950. 22ft. Classic Chris-Craft Skiff, CC, V-8 engine. Needs TLC. Call 609-4925663. 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)
22ft. 2001 Angler CC Fisherman. 200hp Merc, GPS/DF, VHF, swim platform, trailer. Marina maintained. $10,500. Located LEH. Call 609296-6227. 22ft. 2004 Sea Ray Sundeck 220SD, 278 hours. Stereo, head, water, S/S prop. Rack stored, serviced at Marine Max. Cream puff! $27,000. 856-795-7898, 609-4131293. 22ft. Angler boat, 200hp Merc w/62 hours; walk around cabin w/7ft. bunk, insulated fish boxes, wide walkways. Selling for a senior. $9,950. 609-494-2826 or 609-7092956. (View picture81045 online) 22ft. Trophy, 1996 Merc, 120hp. All electronics, new dual batteries, all canvas. Well maintained w/trailer. Low hours. $8,900. Cell 201-6152398. 22ft.6in. 1990 Baja 226 DSR Bowrider w/trailer. 454 Merc IO, Bravo 1 drive. Must sell, $6,500/OBO. Call 718-909-7305. 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) 23ft. 1999 Boston Whaler Conquest, twin 90hp Evinrudes, low hours. GPS, chart plotter, canvas cabin cover & winter cover. Good condition. $24,999. 609-492-5416. 24ft. 2008 Sea Ray Sundancer. Original owner. Warranties through 2013. Only 35 hours. $44,000. On LBI. Call or text 201-925-5143. 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) 25ft. 1972 Bertram hardtop, twin 165 Mercruiser stern drives, F/W cooled, hydraulic steering, 120 gallon fuel capacity. Best offer. 609597-5816. 25ft. 1979 Hunter sailboat. Fixed keel, 9.9 Mercury, electronics, furling jib, main sail, 2 additional jibs. Ready to sail! $3,500. On LBI. 215518-3887. 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) 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. $14,000. Call 609-709-8322.
31ft. spacious 1982 Allmand sailboat. Shallow draft (3ft.11in.). Great family cruiser. $9,500/OBO. Call Mariners Marina 609-6981222. 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. Kawaski jet ski, 2000 Ultra 150, A1 shape, used very little, $3,500. Will supply new battery. ALSO 11ft. 2008 inflatable Aquamax, asking $1,750 w/10hp motor. Paddle boat, $250. Located on LBI. Call 732-6107275. Sea•Doo ‘‘Wakeboard edition’’ 2004 GTX 3 seater w/GPS. Great condition. Professionally maintained. Includes ‘‘Jetport’’ floating dock. All for $4,500. LBI. 908-6230554.
PERSONALS Janice, Happy 60th Birthday for your year. I’ll see you on the deck on Sunday. Enjoy your company for the weekend. G-man To the pretty lady in the silver or white SUV flashing your lights and waving...Who are you? Where are you? Let’s meet. Teal pickup. Please reply to Box B, C/O The SandPaper, 1816 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, NJ 08008.
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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I Want To Paint Your Bottom! Boat Hauling Cer tified Mechanics •Detailing •Gelcoat Restoration •Dock Lines. Captain Brazill’s Marine. 609-494-7200. www.lbiboatcap.com
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. Winter storage available also. 609-290-1960.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
16ft. Hobie main sail, ‘Tequilla Sunrise’ color, very good condition. $395. Located in Harvey Cedars. 908-334-7943.
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.
Boat Canvas– custom fabrication and repair. All types enclosures, covers, upholstery, marine carpeting, residential canvas. 609-276-2720. www.bayviewcanvaslbi.com Dock lines, new in the box set of six. From New England Ropes 5/ 8x35ft. Spliced eye braided nylon lines. Hard to find black with red tracer, these lines look beautiful and will complement any boat 30ft. to 50ft. Call for price and details. Joe 609-384-2017.
BOAT DETAILING COASTAL DETAILING. Year ’round mobile detailing service. Years of experience detailing boats and all autos. Call for competitive prices. 609-290-2415.
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
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•Bulkheading •Boat Lifts •Floating Docks •Davits. Free estimates. Fully insured. Reg./ Lic.#13VH03247500
Builders & Developers of Waterfront Property
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
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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BULKHEAD INSTALLATION & REPAIRS
Acme Kayaks and SUPS
Docks • Davits • Vinyl Bulkheading Decks • Repair Work
STACK’S PILINGS & DOCKS LLC
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Free lessons. Family tours. Rentals. New SUP package $499! 84th St., Brighton Beach. 609-492-5150. acmesurfandsport.com
DOCKS • DECKS • EXCAVATION PIERS • PERMITS
T/A SURF BULKHEADING & DOCKS
T/A SURF BULKHEADING & DOCKS RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
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FREE ESTIMATES • FULLY INSURED State & Local Permits
Detailing • Power Washing Summer Slips Up to 50ft. Jet Ski Slips • Rack Service • Fuel Dock Winter Storage • New Amenities 3110 LB Blvd., Brant Beach
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Barge Work • House Pilings House Raising • Docks Bulkheads • Piers • Boatlifts
Call the Experts 609-296-9063 Sales@amonconstruction.com Reg. Lic. #13VH00017900
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Canopies and awnings are an investment. To extend their life and keep them looking as beautiful as the day they were installed, Giglio Awning LLC provides expert cleaning & year-round maintenance.
Hurricane Shutters are an investment. To extend their life and keep them looking as beautiful as the day they were installed, Giglio Awning LLC provides expert cleaning & year-round maintenance.
• “Take-downs” and “rehangs” of seasonal awnings and canopies • Hand-cleaning by professionals • Awning Recovers • Awning Repairs • Emergency Repairs
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Since 1976 Fully Insured • Financing Available Open Year Round Mon-Sat 9am-4pm & Sun 10am-2pm
• Removal of Sand • Cleaning and waxing to help protect against corrosion • Shutter Repair • Emergency Repairs Dear David and Lisa, I can’t begin to tell you how much we love our new awnings! Our cottage is one of the oldest on the island, circa 1912, and probably one of the smallest. However, the beautiful job you did was the perfect ﬁnishing touch on our renovations. The best part was arranging everything over the phone before the season started and then coming down in June and seeing the fabulous completed job. Everyone who walks by comments on how great the house now looks. Thanks again, you are the best! The Thatcher Family
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7802 LONG BEACH BLVD. HARVEY CEDARS TEL: 609-494-3004 FAX: 609-494-3074 GIGLIOAWNING@COMCAST.NET REG # 13VH00891400