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Don’t Believe Mainstream Media – Propaganda Machines for Elite By WILLIAM ENTRIKIN or years now, I have been become more and more suspicious of how the mainstream media has been consistently getting more and more stories wrong. My realization that we were not being told the whole truth about what is occurring started back in 2007, after watching the early Democratic primary debates. This was when I was introduced to Mike Gravel, an Alaskan senator from 1968 to 1980. Mike’s political achievements cannot be understated. He was a major factor in cutting off funding for and ending the Vietnam War and ending the military draft. Mike also pushed the Alaskan pipeline through, benefiting every American as it reduced our

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LBI Trashed To the Editor: For the last two years, I have been amazed at the increase of trash on our streets. Every morning, I either walk or ride my bicycle on the Boulevard in Surf City, North Beach and Harvey Cedars. While these parts were once tidy, they are now littered with bottles, cans, ice cream cups and snack bags almost every 20 feet. What has changed? Is there a new breed of tourist here? Or perhaps a new generation who missed the lesson growing up to not litter? Is it really so difficult to hold onto your trash until you see a proper receptacle? C’mon, people! We are living on an island of glorious natural beauty. Please, let’s all do our part to keep it that way. Annabelle Gleason Moorestown, N.J.

Valuable Tradition To the Editor: I, too, remember Dean Alvin Clay fondly (“End of an Era,” 8/1). I was a little girl, Continued on Page 12

dependence on foreign oil and especially helping the good people of Alaska, who all receive money each year as a result of the pipeline. But Mike’s greatest accomplishment was when he made public the classified Pentagon Papers, fully knowing he would face jail time for doing so. Mike realized that “the people” had a right to know how their government was lying to them in regard to the Vietnam War, and if he had to go to jail to inform the public, that was a chance he was willing to take. Mike, a true American hero, won his court case, setting the precedent of allowing elected officials to release classified information to the American people. Our current politicians, however, choose not to do this in fear of the falling out that would occur with the elite that run this nation. I got a chance to talk with Mike Gravel on two occasions, and he inspired my passion for politics, explaining the importance of not trusting our government and the complicit mainstream media and doing my own research. I probably should have mentioned that prior to getting involved in politics, Mike worked in Army intelligence, where he read through documents and played a role in determining whether they should be classified. I certainly don’t agree with Mike on all issues, but I do credit him for my political awakening and the importance of lifelong learning. Since that time, I have spent on average 10 to 15 hours a week researching current events in addition to other major events in our nation’s past. The key to seeing the “big picture” is to stay plugged into what the American mainstream media is pumping out while, at the same time, making sure to spend a significant amount of time going through both alternative and foreign media. This ability is still relatively “new” for the people of the world, as the Internet has allowed reporters from all around the globe to connect like never before in human history. This is making the lies and cover-ups harder and harder to get by undetected. On July 15, The New York Times printed an

article titled “Latest Word on the Trail? I Take It Back,” which has left me in complete shock. It discussed how both major campaigns, Obama’s and Romney’s, have been given the ability to censor the mainstream media’s coverage of their campaigns. “The quotations come back redacted stripped of colorful metaphors, colloquial language and anything even mildly provocative. They are sent by e-mail from the Obama headquarters in Chicago to reporters who interviewed campaign officials under one major condition: the press office has veto power over what statements can be quoted and attributed by name.” The Times “openly admitted that virtually every major mainstream news organization allows government bureaucrats and campaign officials to censor their stories. For example, almost every major news organization in the Continued on Page 12

To Kenya With Love, From Beach Haven Park By KEVIN WILLIAMS t was Friday morning, June 29, and I was boarding an Emirates airplane at JFK. I sat down and asked myself, why am I doing this again? For the eighth time, I was going on a 16-hour flight to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and then a five-hour flight to Nairobi, Kenya. It was going to add up to 29 hours in airports and airplanes. Why? Let me explain. I am the volunteer director of the Maywood Rotary Kenya Project, a charity that my son started when he was 9 years old. It’s our mission to go to the Maasai reservation to build elementary schools and we’ve done so for some years now. My team was also sitting in this plane: two RNs from different Bergen County hospitals, one ninth-grader, a

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psychologist from Panama, a psychologist and minister from Hasbrouck Heights, a state assemblyman who is also a chiropractor, a newly graduated high school young man, a Habitat for Humanity volunteer, a housekeeper in a monastery, a Ph.D. in anthropology, an accountant, a mammogram technician and a fifth-grade science teacher. Why were each of us paying $4,300 of our own money to take this trip? Ten members of the group are actually repeat trip volunteers. Some have been on this trip four times before. Why? Seven years ago, a little 8-year old African American boy named Corey from Maywood, N.J., went to visit the Maasai Mara in Kenya with his family. He visited Empopongi Primary School, where a little girl, leaning up Continued on Page 10

One Hot Topic: Dreaded Docs By HELEN FADINI y daughter and I dragged our sand chairs to the water’s edge, passing sun worshipers lying flat, chins up, their oily bodies facing the burning rays. A man plodded by. Like a walrus he shook himself dry, then lay on the sand. A woman in an orange bikini with matching fingernails modestly yanked up her slipping bottom. I was temporarily blinded by the sun reflecting off her many gold necklaces. We placed our chairs facing the incoming tide, just close enough for the warm water to brush our toes. Lowering my chair, I reclined back, away from the biting sun. The slow rhythm of the ocean hypnotized me and I felt myself drifting off when my daughter asked, “Do you still go to that doctor? The one that misdiagnosed you?” Ah, I thought to myself, the end of a perfect afternoon. Hoping to nip this in the bud, I played dumb. “My gastro man? Sure. After all, nobody’s perfect. Besides, he doesn’t bother me. I go in his office, we chat, he says I’m fine, he gives me my meds and we do the same thing six months later. What more do I need?” In a flash, I learned that to close a conversation, you must never end your sentence with a question. Like a hungry cat catching sight of a lame mouse, she pounced. “You go to a doctor because he doesn’t bother you?” Realizing the afternoon was not going as planned, I pulled my chair into an upright position, moved to face my daughter and began, “Look, I’ve been going to gastro men for years. They’re even crazier than eye docContinued on Page 8

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Continued from Page 6 against a mud hut, reached up for his halffinished bottle of water. He gave it to her and walked away, raging in anger. I asked him what was wrong. He looked up to me and said, “Dad, these children look just like me, but they don’t have any clean water, food to eat, or clothes to go to school in. That’s not fair. And it makes me mad. We have to do something about this.” He was right. The people there live on a drought-prone reservation with little fresh water, no electricity, few teachers, no school supplies – the list seems endless. But I told my son I didn’t think it was possible for one family to help all these children on the other side of the world. Thank God, he didn’t listen to me. He went home and raised $1,495 from his school and told me to get Rotary to buy food for these children. I couldn’t say no. Maywood Rotary agreed that this was an important project they could sponsor. That was the start of Maywood Rotary Kenya Project. Corey, who has been given the Maasai name Serooni (he who helps in times of trouble), has been back every year. His idea has raised more than $300,000 in donations. We completely built one school (eight classrooms, kitchen, library, boys’ dorm, girls’ dorm, fresh water and so much more) and are now working on our second school. Corey’s idea has literally saved many lives and provided a good education to more than 1,000 students. So, if you are still wondering why some 65 people have paid over the years to work at the school and hundreds of others to generously donate, I have your answer in two parts. It’s because it’s unfair. It’s not fair that these kids were born in a very poor part of the world and we were born in a well-off part of the world. It’s not fair that these kids have to drink from a polluted stream and so many of them die from diarrhea. Imagine dying because you don’t have Pepto-Bismol, at pennies a dose. Or they get intestinal parasites. They don’t have enough food, usually just the one-quarter cup of corn they get at

school, so many die from starvation. All of this and so much more is unfair. And it is not because they are lazy or ignorant or so different than we are. And here’s the second reason. They have so many desperate needs. And we can do something about that. We can, so we do it, very simple. If you could save a life with a dollar that would allow us to buy medicine, why wouldn’t you donate? And a dollar over there buys so much more than a dollar here. How often do you get to be a hero? A lifesaving hero at that? This leads me to 105th Street (Louisiana Avenue) in Beach Haven Park, the location of my part-time residence. The wonderful people on the bayside and oceanside there have been helping us save many lives in Kenya for several years now. Each Labor Day they have a block party where everyone brings an appetizer or dessert. One family cooks the hot dogs and hamburgers. Someone else, whom we do not know, shoots off the fireworks. People there are asked to donate into a big bucket. It’s the heartfelt generosity of all these people that I take to Kenya. Without them, many children wouldn’t be alive. I thank them from the bottom of my heart. This past trip a few weeks ago, we built a clean water system for the school. Did you know that in Africa, clean water saves more lives than three full-time medical doctors? It’s true. And I am proud to say that 100 percent of the Louisiana Avenue donations have gone to Kenya for several years now. Nothing is spent on administration costs; the Maywood Rotary pays all of that. I do not get paid even though I work full time on the project. If you want to be a hero, join us on our website at MaywoodRotaryKenyaProject.org. Consider sending a 501(3)c tax deductible donation to Maywood Rotary Kenya Project, 453 Golf Ave., Maywood, N.J. 07607. You can also get information on our next volunteer trip in July 2013 on the website. I hope to see you sitting next to me on that next Emirates flight. Y Kevin Williams of Maywood, N.J., and Beach Haven Park is director of the Maywood Rotary Kenya Project.

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Continued from Page 6 visiting my grandmother on 21st Street and looking forward to the games and good times to be found by just showing up on the beach on the 4th of July. There would be many children, old friends and new, who were ready to have “fun on the Fourth,” and the candy was freely given by the Clays, as was the laughter. It was a neighborhood gathering that had gone on for so many years that when the Clay family was unable to continue one year, it was unthinkable for the tradition to be abandoned. As an alumna of Villanova University, I recently received notice of the passing of our much esteemed dean of the School of Business and Finance. His love of the school and his students was only exceeded by his love of his family and the time they shared in Surf City. He was an exceptional educator and patriot and will be missed by so many people. My condolences go to his family. I’m sure his tradition will be continued by our community. Years pass, but some things are too valuable to let go. The activities that bring neighbors together should be protected by the borough, not disrupted, and the generous spirit that started with Alvin Clay’s family should be encouraged. Lynne Tierney Westfield, N.J. and Surf City

certain destruction and “taking” of millions of marine mammals, resulting in irreversible damage to arguably the most important natural resource of the East Coast. The proposed safeguards in Alternate A and B are obviously designed to give as much leeway to the companies who will profit from the bill, and clearly do not take into account the interests of the citizens who live along the coast. We are outraged and saddened to think that the Department of Interior would allow the continued pollution and destruction of our country in this manner. I therefore respectfully request that you deny any requests for seismic testing, and encourage you to put the interests of our residents before those of the testing companies. Cathie diGrazia Groton, Mass. Continued on Page 14

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Continued from Page 6 country has agreed to submit virtually all quotes from anyone involved in the Obama campaign or the Romney campaign to gatekeepers for ‘quote approval’ before they will be published. If the gatekeeper in the Obama campaign does not want a certain quote to get out, the American people will not see it, and the same thing applies to the Romney campaign.” This “selective reporting” is occurring not just with stories regarding the Obama and Romney campaigns, but rather, at some level, with almost every story. Richard Cohen, senior producer for CBS, said, “We are going to impose our agenda on the coverage by dealing with issues and subjects that we choose to deal with.” His words could not be clearer. What surprised and shocked me is not that this type of censorship is occurring. I have known for years that the mainstream media have become no different than other propaganda machines put forward by tyrannical regimes throughout human history. I have researched Operation Northwoods, the assassinations of the Kennedy brothers and Martin Luther King, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, the Oklahoma City bombing and our current “War on Terror,” sprung from events on Sept. 11, 2001. What did surprise me is that they are now openly admitting it! The mainstream media have now become so arrogant with their actions that they blatantly admit that they aren’t even trying to inform people of what is going on but rather they just feed the masses whatever the elite desire. Stories are particularly spun to push through their political agenda, including the destruction of the Bill of Rights, which is almost complete. The mainstream media are now mocking us, rubbing it in our faces while the majority still sits in silence. I am hoping the people will awaken and start to truly see the false reality they are living in. I hope so before it is too late. Y William Entrikin lives in Manahawkin.

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Debunking Defectors To the Editor: I am the president of the Stafford Township Regular Republican Club. I am writing in response to the article about the â&#x20AC;&#x153;We Are Staffordâ&#x20AC;? team running for mayor and council (â&#x20AC;&#x153;â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We Are Staffordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Independents Band Together â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;for the People,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? 7/18). There were many inconsistencies in that article and I feel they needed to be addressed. First of all, many negative things were written about the club. Our club has faced numerous challenges over the last year and has persevered throughout. There was an election held at the club where the members chose the candidates to run for the Republican Party this fall. Some members were dissatisďŹ ed with the selection. Those members have defected and have formed their own ticket. This is not a reďŹ&#x201A;ection of the club. We ďŹ rmly and conďŹ dently stand behind the candidates chosen and believe they will do an excellent job, if elected. The current mayor, John Spodofora, is one of them. He has done a stand-up job as mayor. This ticket is not â&#x20AC;&#x153;the same old people.â&#x20AC;? Three of the people on the ticket have served less than three years. Three of them have never served. No one on this ticket is â&#x20AC;&#x153;bought and paid for.â&#x20AC;? Each one brings something unique to the table, and they all have differences that will require debating and compromising in working out township issues, not just conforming. They are all well qualiďŹ ed, and the club is proud of the hard work Mayor Spodofora, Steven Fessler, Robert Kuznikow and Henry Mancini have done thus far. They have inherited monumental problems they are only beginning to solve. These problems require much more time, thought and effort than anyone could imagine, and turning them over to a new team would set the township back at least a year, as these people would be unfamiliar and would need time to orient. Also, suggesting that â&#x20AC;&#x153;crony capitalismâ&#x20AC;? or favoritism exists in job placement by party politics is slanderous. Professionals hired and utilized by our town are selected by a bidding process regardless of party, ďŹ scal status or personal afďŹ liation. In the past three years, they have reduced the size of township government, and despite numerous costly projects weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had to undertake, the average homeowner has seen only a $15/year increase in property taxes.

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Their World To the Editor: This is in response to John Denlingerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s letter (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dreaded Intruders,â&#x20AC;? 8/1). As far as Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m concerned, we as humans are the ocean and bay intruders. That is their world; out here is ours. I have never seen a shark or jellyďŹ sh skateboarding down the streets of Beach Haven or anywhere else for that matter. So allow them to live in their world and you live in yours. If you are afraid of swimming in the ocean or bay, I suggest you put in a pool or enjoy the pool at St. Francis. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inexpensive, safe and lots of fun. Catherine Cestaro Beach Haven West

Right to Security To the Editor: This letter follows up on last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s column titled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Providing Ammo for Gun Control.â&#x20AC;? The Second Amendment says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, (note the comma) the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.â&#x20AC;? That is the whole of it, and the truth will bear it out. Every word, every sentence in the Constitution is there to give us our freedom and liberty and protect us from the government, which is the same as ourselves. Every issue is full of smoke and mirrors. I will try to express why this and every word is so important. I am not a scholar or highly educated citizen, but I can tell what is good and what is not. This short amendment gives you the right to security, not only against an individual but also from your government. It could be your state or your federal government. The militia is not government; it is you. I believe the people do understand, and I am encouraged by many patriots like Charlton Heston. A judge decides he is going to strike down the Second Amendment and we go and buy Continued on Page 16

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To the Editor: This summer I took a class at Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth on service and leadership. In the class we had to identify a problem within our community and develop an action plan. The St. Francis food pantry is under-resourced and my project focuses on that. Since January the pantry has fed 1,620 families, of which 2,143 were children. My goal is to collect 1,000 cans for the food pantry. Saturday I went to the Acme with one of my fellow volunteers, Andrew Buchan, and we handed out ďŹ&#x201A;yers to the customers. The message was clear: Our goal is to collect 1,000 cans for the food pantry at St. Francis. We got a huge response and collected 268 cans in just two hours. I would like to thank everyone who generously donated to the cause. I will be collecting again at Acme on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. To receive updates on how our collection is going, follow me on Twitter @ Collect1000cans. Nicholas Stefanoni Beach Haven Park

Generous Spirit To the Editor: On July 7 my husband and I had the honor of being invited guests to a fundraising event held by members of Spray Beach Yacht Club. As a community, the Spray Beach members had decided to make a ďŹ nancial pledge to the capital campaign for the new Southern Ocean Medical Center emergency room. The evening was a way to start raising funds toward their goal. What an evening it was! Amidst a wild thunderstorm the event was well attended. Many of our generous local merchants donated items for the silent auction. What I found most impressive were the donations from the members of the yacht club community themselves. These were items of their own time and talents from vacation homes to boat rides for dinner, home-cooked meals and spectacular desserts to language lessons, handmade jewelry and hand-carved wood ďŹ gures, just to name a few. Continued on Page 18


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Not Oystercatchers To the Editor: I was reading the July 25 SandPaper and found a small mistake on page 14 in Section Two. The birds flying in the photo are actually black skimmers, not American oystercatchers. The black skimmer is a bit larger and is listed as a state endangered species. The American oystercatcher is a species of special concern. It is a pretty neat thing to see skimmers flying around the Island. The lower mandible (beak) of the bird is a bit longer and is used to skim the surface of the water. Their calls sound like yelping dogs. More information on skimmers can be found at nj.gov/dep/fgw/ensp/pdf/endthrtened/blkskimmer.pdf. More info on the American oystercatcher is at conservewildlifenj.org/species/spotlight/oystercatcher/. Meghan Heuser Roselle, N.J., and Surf City The author has a master’s in environmental science and is a former park ranger at the Gateway National Recreation Area.

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Questionable Plan To the Editor: In response to the Feedback letters in the July 18 issue, what exactly is it that you think the Republicans are going to do for you? President Obama was left with the worst economy since the Great Depression. I am the first to say he should have made the economy and jobs the priority his first two years in office. When people are working, they pay taxes, which brings in revenue and cuts the deficit. That said, there has been a jobs act presented by the president that the House will not even discuss unless it’s behind closed doors. If you are reading this and you are unemployed or underemployed, think a hundred times before you vote for Mitt Romney. He has no plan to create jobs. What is he waiting for? If the Affordable Health Care Act is repealed, there will continue to be caps on payment and discrimination for people with pre-existing conditions. Your children or grandchildren will not be covered up to the age of 26. However, under this act, in 2014, millions will be able to purchase health insurance, cutting the costs of those going to emergency rooms which adds to everyone’s premiums. I think this is Romney care, which he wants to repeal. Is he schizophrenic? Under the current system, do yourself a big favor and don’t get sick. The insurance companies are in control and that hasn’t worked in 20 years. The Affordable Health Care Act is not a perfect bill, but what are the Republicans Continued on Page 21

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LBT Hopes to Pursue Beachfill Easements In Federal Court NJDEP Has No Objection If Army Corps Helps By JULIET KASZAS-HOCH ong Beach Township officials are pleased with a decision from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection that the municipality expects will help it obtain private beach easements needed to allow future beach replenishment. The DEP, in consultation with the state Office of the Attorney General, has decided, “There is no state objection to the United States Army Corps of Engineers pursuing, on behalf of Long Beach Township, a condemnation for an easement to facilitate further beach renourishment” in that municipality, as DEP official Dave Rosenblatt explained in a recent letter to Mayor Joseph Mancini. As the mayor announced at the Aug. 3 Board of Commissioners meeting, the decision allows the town “to change venue of eminent domain from (state) Superior Court to federal court” in attempting to acquire easements. The municipality received beach replenishment in a section of Brant Beach this year, and it is still seeking easements from a number of oceanfront property owners for the beachfill project to continue in the

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Private Flotation Even LBI Has Some Secluded Places to Tube Alone A FLOAT-ABOUT: With bay water temperatures running to over 80 degrees, it’s an ideal place to lazily float the hours away. Taylor Pelham (foreground) and Calli Hicks of Rockaway, N.J., take advantage of a little-known piece of state park to also beat the madding crowd – and get an aesthetic look at Barney. “Besides not being included in the list of rights stated in this section, the construction of any of these items is not included in the project as authorized by Congress. If an action is not specifically authorized by Congress for the project, we cannot

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Currently, federal funding for fiscal year 2012-13 does not provide for additional beachfill work in the township, Rosenblatt’s recent letter to Mancini explains. “Thus, the primary purpose of this decision is to allow the USACE to explore how the federal courts will apply the special benefits concept in relation to the value of the condemned beach property.” Elsewhere on Long Beach Island, the town of Harvey Cedars incurred more than $1 million in court-ordered compensation for four oceanfront property owners who fought the borough over signing over beach easements for the Army Corps beachfill project. Borough officials hope to lessen that burden by appealing at least the largest judgment. As Mancini pointed out on Sunday, “Federal court has been known to recognize the ‘special benefits’ of the beach replenishment project. … The awards, if any, will be substantially less than if in state Superior Court.” The Army Corps has “not received a formal request from the NJDEP to initiate the process at this point,” Corps public affairs specialist Stephen Rochette noted on Monday. The DEP, as the project’s non-federal sponsor, has all of the agreements with the Corps and is responsible for acquiring all of the easements for the project, he clarified. “If the NJDEP makes a formal request in writing to the Corps for assistance with their responsibility to provide the necessary real estate easements to do the project, the Corps is approved to do so.” The Corps and DEP would then “sign another agreement for the real estate services and the Corps will then be working as agents for NJDEP … to obtain the necessary easements for the project,” with the Corps’ real estate division taking over preparation of cases for Continued on Page 47


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By PAT JOHNSON oaters effectively shut down two unpopular ordinances that were up for public hearing Monday night at the Tuckerton borough municipal meeting. The first ordinance, dealing with how many boats (two) a homeowner could store on his or her property, drew the most outrage. The second ordinance spelled out the size of trucks that could be parked in the borough right-of-way along the roads. Mayor Buck Evans diffused the situation somewhat by announcing the ordinances would not be adopted that evening due to the fact that the ordinances the borough had accepted from the land use board were incorrect, and that was what had been published in the newspaper. He asked zoning board official Phil Reed to explain the changes that were sought. “The ordinance that was in the newspaper would be rejected by the council,” said Borough Attorney Terry Brady. “The ordinance that was put forth has mistakes in it, and we really don’t have a final draft done, so I’d like to put forth what our intention was,” Reed said. ”Our intention for the boat storage ordinance was to allow the storage of boats on R-50 lots inside the setback limits, preferably in the driveway. Presently our ordinance (adopted in 2006) alPat Johnson lows the storage of boats outside the setback limits, effectively preventing the storage of SEA-SONED RESIDENT: Tuckerton is a boating boats anywhere than in the setback limits, community, Tuckerton Beach resident Chris which in most Tuckerton Beach properties Chiaro reminds the mayor and council. is where the house is. So it makes it almost impossible to store a boat as our ordinance is presently written. It was our attention in changing the ordinance not to limit people, but to give them a place to store (boats). It is also proposed to allow additional boats to be stored by not counting any watercraft that does not require registration, such as kayaks and inflatable boats, and by counting multiple personal watercraft (such as Jet Skis) on a single trailer as one unit. This allows most property owners having more than two units to become compliant under the proposed new language. In a lot of cases, I’ve been getting a lot of phone calls; everyone is worried about two boats. Our present ordinance limits things to two boats but doesn’t give a good definition of what we are counting as boats.” “We are still working on the ordinance, and Continued on Page 29

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he Tour for the Shore is an all-out paddle and pedal event, organized by the Clean Ocean Action environmental group, that will pass through Southern Ocean County Sunday, Aug. 12. Paddlers in the ocean off LBI, and cyclists heading up Route 9 and onto the Island are part of an awareness campaign for a clean ocean. Rallies are scheduled at both ends of the Island, and volunteers will be on the beaches handing out information. The Tour for the Shore is to “raise awareness of ocean pollution threats and support for a Clean Ocean Zone,” COA spokesperson Lindsay McNamara said. New Jersey ranks among the top states in ocean water quality, ocean advocates say, but that is due to defending against ongoing threats to the ocean, such as offshore oil drilling. The Clean Ocean Zone is a proposed environmental designation to protect the waters. “If we succeed in achieving federal protection for the NY/NJ Bight, we would be creating the nation’s first “Clean Ocean Zone,” where pollution is locked out and clean ocean uses such as fishing, surfing, boating and swimming are protected and promoted,” outlined Clean Ocean Action’s special website, cleanoceanzone.org. LBI-based Alliance for a Living Ocean is involved locally. “We will be out on the beach on Sunday handing out cards that explain what the Clean Ocean Zone is and what people can do to help,” said Drew Gamils, summer programs leader for ALO. “We’re hoping to have interns and volunteers scattered from Holgate to Barnegat Light. “We’re just hoping to raise awareness of the importance of the zone between New Jersey and New York, that coastal area, and how it has been (proposed) as a dump-free, clean and healthy area, and we want to preserve that,” Gamils said. The Clean Ocean Zone would prohibit dumpsites in the ocean, prohibit new wasterwater discharge outfalls, prohibit oil and gas drilling and promote renewable energy answers, along with other goals. McNamara detailed the COA stance: “Facing threats from ocean blasting for oil and gas development, pollution, and reckless development, the Clean Ocean Zone initiative was created by concerned citizens along the New York and New Jersey coastlines to lock out harmful pollution and industrial activities off the coast while locking in permanent protection for future generations. The ultimate goal is for the citizendrafted federal law to be enacted.” At noon, a rally in Holgate is scheduled at the southern end of the main road, Bay Avenue. A web page for the Tour for the Shore instructs those interested to watch the site for specific Continued on Page 47

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Taking care of you and your family, close to home. Southern Ocean Medical Center has been providing high

Meridian Health family, and provides you with

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Emergency Department Expansion Southern Ocean Medical Center has just recently embarked upon a new and exciting expansion project — a renovation of our Emergency Department. The project, which broke ground in the Fall of 2011, marks the largest expansion in Southern Ocean’s history. The new ED will triple in size from 8,000 square feet to 29,000 square feet as well as double the capacity with 42 private bays. The expansion will also include an enlarged fast track area, a new behavioral health area for privacy and safety, and a new pediatric care center equipped for pediatric emergencies, recovery, and routine medical issues. As part of Meridian Neuroscience, the new ED will continue to be designated as the area’s Primary Stroke Center.

The new Emergency Department, which is set to open by 2013, will take place in two phases. The first being the construction of a new facility while the existing ED is still in operation. Once that is completed, the ED will move into the new building while total renovations are being done in the old space. The final move will be the combination of the two state-of-the-art facilities into the new Emergency Department. This will not only improve the overall experience of our patients and their families but will also provide our doctors and nurses with improved workspaces and an environment to expedite the delivery of emergency care.

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Excellence in Community Health Care at Southern Ocean Medical Center Comprehensive CardioVascular Services As part of Meridian CardioVascular Network, Southern Ocean Medical Center’s Cardiovascular program brings board-certified cardiologists, nurses and cardiac technicians together to provide quality care from the earliest onset of a cardiac event through rehabilitation. Offering comprehensive cardiology services including the nationally-recognized gold standard to diagnose heart disease, cardiac catheterization, plus echocardiography

and stress testing. With a state-of–the-art Interventional Radiology lab, our specialists are able to perform a variety of minimally invasive procedures. Should more extensive treatment or surgery be required, we provide you seamless access to the nation’s leading experts in cardiac surgery; close by at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune. ■

Center for Bariatrics At the Center for Bariatrics at Southern Ocean Medical Center, our dedicated team of bariatric specialists will work together to get you the best results in your weight loss journey. Our program is recognized as a "Center of Excellence" and our nationally-recognized physicians specialize in minimally invasive

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Women and Children’s Health Southern Ocean Medical Center has a range of specialized services for women that include the Women’s Imaging Center, Obstetrics and Gynecological services, and pediatric services. In the Women’s Imaging Center, women are offered bone density scans, digital mammographies, stereotactic breast biopsies, and ultrasounds. The Maternity Pavilion is staffed by board certified physician specialists in

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hrough the generous donation of local businessman Tony Chen, The Tuckerton Food Bank will be moving from its current rental behind the Sea Cure Moving Co. on Main Street to the recently vacated dance studio in the Village Shoppes at Middle of the Shore complex. Food bank volunteer and Tuckerton Councilman John Schwartz announced the change during the Aug. 6 Tuckerton borough municipal meeting. Chen recently purchased the entire complex, also located on Main Street, and has big plans for fixing up the property, said Mayor Buck Evans, but he has yet to come before the land use board. Evans was instrumental in suggesting the food bank use the vacated dance studio, said Schwartz. The move is important to the food bank because the present space is very small and has limited air-conditioning and heating. “Volunteers broil during the summer and freeze during the winter, and also there is inadequate office space for clients to come and talk,” said Schwartz. The Greater Tuckerton Ministerial Association, a united group of seven area churches that runs two local food banks, will also be able to save most of the $500 monthly rent (it will have to pay the utilities in the new building) and put it toward food. Schwartz said he needs volunteers to help with the move, which will take place within the next week, he hopes. “We have to put a door in a window area, so someone with carpentry skills in particular is needed. Then we have refrigerators and freezers to move.” Volunteers can contact him at his borough e-mail address, JohnSchwartz@ Tuckertonborough.com. According to Schwartz, Chen will let the food bank use the building for up to nine months. Ultimately, the food bank will locate in Tuckerton’s former public works garage behind the Tuckerton First United Methodist Church on North Green Street. The ministerial association is proposing to build an attractive addition around the garage that will house the food pantry. Two handicap-accessible bathrooms and a meeting room will also be part of the addition, plus a meeting room that will be available for community groups. The Tuckerton food pantry has

been looking for a larger, morepermanent space since it opened three years ago. Also during the municipal meeting, Councilwoman Sue Marshall announced the town’s environmental commission would be hosting another Barnegat Bay Blitz on Oct. 18, and the Pride and Celebration Committee has set the date of Oct. 27 for the annual Halloween Walk. Council President Jim Edwards announced changes to the garbage pickup schedule. Effective July 30, Zone 3 has changed to a Wednesday garbage pickup, and recycling days are as follows: Zone 1, Monday; Zone 2, Tuesday; Zone 3, Wednesday. Residents not knowing what zone they are in or having questions should call the borough clerk at 609-296-5058. Edwards also said changes would be affecting the business community, Continued on Page 47

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h e S O C H A u x i l i a r y ’s Gene LeBlanc 38th annual Scholarship Luncheon and Fashion Show raised $6,500 for scholarships and a donation to the hospital. The event will help four local students with their school expenses as they pursue careers in the medical field. The Holiday Inn of Manahawkin was the setting of the recent event, which was titled “Fly Away on the Wings of Knowledge.” This year’s scholarship recipients are: Frances Farnung, a biologist now specializing in registered nursing studies at Ocean County College; Natalie Gosline, a senior at Southern Regional High School accepted to Ocean County College’s nursing program; James Jackson, a Barnegat High School senior who will study nursing at Ocean County College with the goal of becoming a Medevac flight nurse; and Sara Scangarello, enrolled at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in a master of science program in occupational therapy. In addition to the four $1,000 scholarships that were awarded, a donation will be made to the

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FEELING WELL: Auxiliary members congratulate this year’s scholarship recipients at the Holiday Inn, Manahawkin. Southern Ocean Medical Center’s emergency department expansion project from the event’s proceeds. Nearly 260 ticketholders made the luncheon well attended. The fashion show entertained in style with fashions provided by Tropics

and Tropics Too of Long Beach Island. The guest speaker was Southern Ocean Medical Center President Joseph Coyle. Seventy-one businesses and merchants contributed, along with support from dozens of other friends in the

community. The SOCH Auxiliary of the Southern Ocean Medical Center Foundation is presided over by Suzette Whiting. Anita Sebexen was the auxiliary’s chairwoman of the luncheon committee. —M.S.


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ong Beach Township presented police officer Mike Thompson with a plaque and proclamation in memory of his recently deceased partner, K-9 Diesel, at last Friday’s board of commissioners meeting. The 10-year-old, 80-pound German shepherd joined the force eight years ago, and loyally served alongside his fellow members of the township police department until he was euthanized on July 16 after veterinarians found that a mass in his spleen had ruptured, causing internal bleeding. The mass was suspected to be cancerous, and the cancer had likely spread through his body. Jack Reynolds LBTPD Chief Michael Bradley TOP DOG: LBTPD K-9 Offi cer Mike Thompson accepts read the proclamation in honor of Diesel’s “K-9 excellence” through a proclamation recognizing the tenure of his partner the years he assisted the department Diesel, a German shepherd that joined the force in 2004. in protecting the community. Thompson and his canine partner received such a work-driven dog. He always wanted to their patrol dog and narcotic certification work. He was doing what he loved,” and did so training in July 2004. As the LBTPD website right up to the day he died. explains, Diesel was trained in “criminal apMayor Joseph Mancini announced that the prehension, tracking and locating missing or police room in the Southern Ocean Medical endangered persons, narcotics detection and Center emergency department will be named article or evidence searches.” in memory of Diesel following donations from As the proclamation reads, the K-9 pair Dr. Hal Folander and his wife, Kim, and LBT “exemplified the virtues of community policing PBA 373. through conducting hundreds of public demThe next meeting of the Long Beach Townonstrations which showcased the duo’s talents, ship Board of Commissioners is Friday, Aug. commitment, knowledge, and established sound 17, at 4 p.m. —J.K.-H. bonds with those they served.” At numerous events, Diesel happily demonstrated obedience, agility, scent work, apprehensions and handler protection. The proclamation also noted Diesel’s firstplace, “Top Dog” finish at the 2007 USPCA Region 15 K-9 competition. Diesel will always be remembered by township officials and staff, as well as countless local residents, as “a model police K-9 and a friend to hile the Beach Haven First Aid Squad our community,” the proclamation states. “Rest can count on a busy time during the in peace Diesel.” summer, this year has been especially “He was a phenomenal dog,” Thompson hectic for the group. Squad Capt. Jack Cassella stated after receiving the plaque. said it reinforces the need to have more volunFollowing Diesel’s passing last month, teers to help out, especially during the day, tradiThompson said the K-9 had been expected to tionally a tough time to keep sufficiently staffed. retire this fall, but his partner wasn’t so sure he Cassella said that between the squad’s north would have fully embraced retirement. “He was headquarters in Ship Bottom and south station in Beach Haven, there have been an average of 50 to 60 calls per week. “That’s more than the usual we’ve had over the summer,” he said. “With the way the population swells during this time of year, we know we can expect to have our share of traffic accidents and various medical emergencies.” He said there have been several instances of accidents where victims had to be transported by helicopter. “We just had an incident where we needed CPR to revive someone,” he said. “Our squad has five rigs and two first-responder vehicles. Sometimes, we have had four rigs out on the road at the same time.” Cassella said that while the squad has between 30 and 40 members, there are about a dozen who respond to most of the calls. “We have some people who are retirees who serve as drivers,” he said. “We’ve still been able to promptly respond to all of our calls.” Cassella said hot weather can cause a spike in squad activity. “Unfortunately, some people come here and leave their brains at home,” he said. “When it is very hot out, they forget to hydrate themselves properly when they’re on the beach all day, and they can become ill. People need to remember to take the proper precautions during the summer, especially if they have certain medical conditions, like diabetes and others.” At borough meetings, Beach Haven Councilman Jim White has on several occasions pointed Continued on Page 47

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

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

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

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

Help Raise Public Awareness and Participation for the Clean Ocean Zone, Margo Pellegrino-outrigger canoe, and Sean Dixon- bicycle, will journey concurrently from Cape May to Montauk, NewYork. Cheer on the “ƀotilla” all along LBI! Sunday-Noon- rally & Beach Press Event: South Bay Ave. beach, Holgate. Then join a beach team to Cheer on the beach - Beach Haven, Ship Bottom , Surf City, Harvey Cedars, and Loveladies. 5pm- Barnegat Light, fun gathering and press event at Kubel’s. Monday 9am - Margo will launch from Barnegat Light and paddle to Island Beach State Park. Details, Alliance for a Living Ocean, www.livingocean.org, 609-494-7800

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 Van’s Row Boats on 7th Street and the Bay, Barnegat Light. 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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E Family fun learning at Viking Village. Originally founded in the 1920s by ¿rst generation Scandinavian ¿shermen it was known as the Independent Fish Company until it was renamed Viking Village after the original Norwegian founders. Today, the owners have established a nonpro¿t organization; The Larson Puskas Fisheries Education Partnership, (The Partnership) to educate people about responsible commercial ¿shing methods and provide scholarships to local students. A fun part of the education is a free dock tour every Friday from July 4 through Labor Day at 10 AM, guided by its President Karter Larson. Viking Village is home port to more than 40 independently owned ¿shing vessels including scallopers, gillnetters and longline boats. Located in Barnegat Light at LBI’s northern end, Viking Village produces over ¿ve million pounds of high quality seafood annually to be shipped around the island, the nation and the world. In 2011 and 2012, The Partnership was host to the Jazzy Scallop and Seafood Festival, which showcases Viking Fresh seafood and area restaurants to raise scholarship funds for local students. It is an enthusiastic participant in Passport to LBI, where a group of af¿liated organizations offer fun educational activities.... LBI is more than just a day at the beach.

very chocolate-peanut buttery bite of Puzzle Pieces™ ice cream not only rewards the taste buds, but also benefits the Southern Regional High School students with autism who make the treat from scratch in their Piece of the Puzzle Creamery. The ice cream – now sold locally at Anchor Produce in Surf City, Bageleddi’s in Ship Bottom and Bowker’s South Beach Grill in Holgate – connects to Piece of the Puzzle Inc., “a 501 (c)(3) educational organization dedicated to providing pre-vocational, job training, and employment opportunities to young adults with autism through collaboration with local school districts and community outreach,” said Kerry Beetel, teacher of autism at SRHS in Manahawkin. “There’s one reason we do this,” Beetel said of the creation, clean up and marketing process for the homemade ice cream. “To give the kids life skills. “Making a profit isn’t the point. We want to get it out there. … The kids get excited. They like doing it. They’re stoked.” Four years ago, Beetel was hired to work with students with autism, ages 12 to 21, at the high school, where “everything is functional learning; it’s hands-on.” The students, for example, work in greenhouses, growing and selling vegetables and flowers. An old ice cream bucket in Beetel’s garage, meanwhile, soon facilitated science and math lessons, and then became much more. “We made a batch of mixed berry sorbet and it was killer, and that’s what started the whole thing … When I tasted it, I was like, ‘We have to sell this.’” Under the supervision of Beetel and what he calls an “awesome” support staff, the students with autism began selling their various flavors of ice cream and sorbet to the student body and staff at Southern. The program made a profit, bought more ice cream buckets, and made more ice cream. “It was awesome because the regular ed kids are coming to my kids, so they’re socializing and counting money,” in addition to making the ice cream themselves. “The kids are involved in every part of the process,” said Beetel, from ingredient measurements, to affixing container labels, to the clean up process. “Math language

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Continued from Page 36 boarded up and out of business. “It’s very discouraging to see that. Manahawkin is a lot nicer than a lot of the places I saw out there.” Potter was particularly struck by a woman in Portland whom he described as an obvious cancer patient, holding a sign begging for help with her medical bills. “It shouldn’t be like that,” he said. “The hardest thing was seeing the recession and how it hit all these nice little towns with all these people out of work.” At varying points the couple also saw the dark side of rural America. While biking together through The Land Between the Lakes – a recreational area in Kentucky – Jones returned to her van to put her bike back on its rack after some unexpected mechanical issues. “A scraggly man in some beater pickup truck pulled into some area where she couldn’t see his vehicle and then started walking towards her,” said Potter. “She just threw the bike in the back of the van and flew off, and he followed her out. Eventually he drove off, but we never figured out what

Tour for Shore Continued from Page 35 locations, or changes due to weather. From 5-7 p.m., Kubel’s in Barnegat Light is the site of one of the tour’s Blue Drinks MeetUps, a happy hour to spend time with other members of the environmental community. “Discuss the Clean Ocean Zone, ocean conservation, marine policy and renewable energy with ocean champions from New Jersey and New York over a cold one!” the organizers invite. The Clean Ocean Action website summarizes what led to the move for a Clean Ocean Zone. “Recently, three massive, foreign, fossil fuel import facilities renewed offshore drilling, and several new pipelines were proposed for the New York/New Jersey Bight. This industrial attack was unprecedented. A swift, strong, and dedicated community-coalition effort led by Clean Ocean Action thwarted this ocean industrialization – but this victory is tenuous, at best. Make no mistake: the industrial raiders will be back. There are waste, oil, gas, pipeline, sewage and pollution threats to our shores that require strong protections – for the sake of the ecocystem, public health, and the clean ocean economies that our communities rely on.” The Tour for the Shore encompasses Cape May to Montauk over two weeks, including events in New York City. On Sunday, the paddling entourage should be seen just offshore as it pushes from Holgate

Easement Continued from Page 23 the U.S. Justice Department to file in federal court. “So in short, the NJDEP is still the responsible party for the easements; however, the Corps would simply be working for the NJDEP to obtain the easements.” When Gov. Chris Christie visited Long Beach Township on July 26, Island oceanfront homeowner Dorothy Jedziniak voiced her concerns in regard to signing easements, which she believes will afford the government power in perpetuity to use the area in front of her property and others nearby for a boardwalk, bathrooms or other unwanted structures. That topic was raised by Bill Hutson of Lorry’s Island End Motel in Beach Haven Inlet, addressing the township officials at last Friday’s meeting. “I think that people who haven’t signed their easement, if they came up and saw the project that you guys just did, which is a great project,” that would put to rest any fear of seeing a boardwalk or bathrooms arise in connection with the beach renourishment. In Holgate, Hutson added, 65 oceanfront property owners have signed their easements, while 28 have not. Mancini said he hopes the DEP’s recent decision will ultimately mean “beach replenishment will continue full force all along LBI.”Y julietkaszas-hoch@thesandpaper.net

he was up to.” That being said, Potter admitted the trip was worth it, and despite poor economic times, the people he met along the way continued to show great patriotism and friendliness. “The people were absolutely wonderful – in Oregon, Washington, Montana and Wyoming especially – just downright nice folks.” Other highlights for Potter included a July 4th celebration picnic and classic car show in Mayfield, Ky., in which the entire town participated, and the flatland and vacatio- worthy weather of what he called a “hip little fishing village with phenomenal beaches” on North Carolina’s Ocracoke Island. “I’ll ride again; I just won’t ever do another cross-country trip,” he declared. Potter considers himself an average cyclist and, looking back, said he would have chosen a heavier bike that was meant for roads, such as a hybrid bicycle meant for paved and unpaved roads. He also would have left in August to be able to camp more. The number of hotels Potter stayed at along the way took its toll not only on his wallet, but on his psyche as well. “I’m still not used to waking up in my own bed.”

Looking back, he said he would also have liked to take a third person along so that two riders roll in tandem throughout the trip. “When you’re biking for miles by yourself, you see so many amazing things, and you really want to enjoy those with somebody.” Potter admitted the trip was one of the most physically demanding challenges of his life, though it still pales in comparison to six months in the New Jersey State Police Academy. “This was only nine weeks, and I could stop. In the academy, you always had somebody pushing you, and you couldn’t take a break. This was hard, though. “It was the trip of a lifetime filled with awesome memories; I’ll never forget it. It was about meeting all these cool people along the way that opened up to you about their lives. You really got a good look at the small picture of the U.S. As bad of shape as this country is in, apparently most still feel good about it and keep their flags flying. “I did this for my wife and had a lot of time to think about her and our relationship and the good times. I kind of needed the closure.” Y michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

to Barnegat Light, weather permitting. The cyclists will be on a leg of the tour that starts in Atlantic City and ends in Barnegat Light for the day. Cyclists will pass by Bass River State Forest and into Little Egg Harbor Township, north on Route 9 and onto Route 72 toward Long Beach Island. Other local groups and businesses involved in the Tour for the Shore include the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, Garden Club of Long Beach Island, ReClam the Bay, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, Viking Village, and Jetty. For more information on the Clean Ocean Zone, or for details about the dates and locations of the Tour, visit www.cleanoceanzone. org or call Clean Ocean Action at 732-872-0111. — Maria Scandale mariascandale@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 42 out the need for more volunteers. “It is a problem that many first aid squads have,” he said. “There always is a need for more help. They provide a tremendous service to the community, and I have a lot of respect for what they do, and I know that there are a tremendous amount of calls this time of year.” Cassella said people interested in joining the squad may contact him at 609-618-7154. — Eric Englund

Great Bay EMS Continued from Page 31 way I could change my work schedule.” Gentless faulted Tuckerton Police Chief Michael Caputo and council members for making false accusations that the squad did not respond correctly that day; he also faulted the press for reporting them. Gentless said the report by Caputo was factual as to the time recorded, the time it took to

Food Bank Continued from Page 40 as the borough will no longer be picking up commercial trash. “It’s very expensive; you need special equipment, and the borough can no longer provide that luxury. We can no longer provide for the replacement of vehicles and the costs of disposing of the garbage.” Edwards said it was unfair that some commercial establishments are getting their garbage picked up three times a week while the residents are getting only once-a-week service. “It’s more equitable for all the players, and we hope it will mean a great deal of money saved for the taxpayers.” Edwards said an exception would be made for the Tuckerton Elementary School. — Pat Johnson

Pumpout Continued from Page 24 program is provided through the federal Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund, which is derived from excise taxes on fishing equipment, motorboat and small engine fuels, plus import duties and interest on the fund. Matching funds are provided from New Jersey’s “Shore to Please” license plate sales. The website was designed by the Rutgers University Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, in coordination with the Clean Vessel Act Steering Committee, which includes the DEP, Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, Monmouth County Health Department, New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, Ocean County Planning Department and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium is an affiliation of colleges, universities and other groups dedicated to advancing knowledge and stewardship of New Jersey’s marine and coastal environment. NJSGC meets its mission through its innovative research, education and outreach programs. —P.J.

Ernie Tabbacchino from Curlew Road made a suggestion. “In the future, when a small committee makes up an ordinance like that that will affect such a large number of residents in Tuckerton, something like that might better be served on a ballot. You’ve had several hundred people complain in seven years; if you pass this, you are going to have 700 people complaining in seven minutes. Everyone I’ve talked to in Tuckerton and Tuckerton Beach doesn’t like this.” Evans said when the ordinance was adopted in 2006, he felt the ordinance should somehow tie square footage of boats to square footage of property. “Since 2006, two boats has been the law, but it’s never been enforced,” said the mayor. “I know a property with four boats on a larger lot and I don’t see an issue with it, but you know the concerns of Mr. Reed and code enforcement; you go by certain areas and there are junk boats on it. (There have been) concerns also when we’ve had fires and there have been boats locked up alongside a house filled with hundreds of gallons of gasoline. “These are some of the things. One or two boats? I don’t know, three? Some will say four; someone will be upset with five. There has to be some point (where you stop).” Evans said the land use board had to adopt its master plan and that was why it was looking at the ordinances and trying to clarify things.

Councilman Tony Foglia said, “We have people on oversized lots who have paid a premium to have an oversized lot and pay significant property tax. I understand the setbacks, but you can’t tell the larger property owners who have multi-acre lots they can only have two boats.” Edwards said he was sure there were people with numerous boats under their decks or in their garage. He also said something like a John boat doesn’t need a registration if it was used in salt water, but once it’s in fresh water it needs to be registered, further confusing the issue. Reed said most of the 50- by 100-foot lots in Tuckerton Beach are so maxed out in the footprint of the house that it’s almost impossible to store any boats. Yet people do, and that’s where the complaints come from. Planning board member Keith Vreeland said the ordinance was reviewed at two land use board meetings. “If we had had this many people at the land use board meetings, we probably wouldn’t have presented it to council (for its approval). It’s good to get the input so we can craft an ordinance that is enforceable to make their (code enforcement) job easier.” The council voted not to adopt the two ordinances that were published incorrectly. Now the legislative committee has the choice to rehash the ordinance and send it back to the land use board for it to approve or stick with the 2006 ordinance still on the books. If it crafts a new ordinance, the land use board would study it and make recommendations back to the council to adopt after another public hearing. Land use board meetings are also open to the public. Y

get an ambulance. However, there was additional “commentary” that wasn’t substantiated. Gentless said according to his inquiry, there was “gross negligence” by the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department and the Tuckerton Volunteer Fire Co., and there were miscommunications among all the parties involved. “It’s true that Squad 85 did not have a crew for this call. However, you were all falsely led to believe that Squad 85 did have a crew and then dodged the call. Furthermore, Squad 85 did not drive past the call, as indicated by the police department. Nor would any of our volunteers not respond to a call to a person in need of medical attention, regardless of the location. “It’s appalling and disappointing that I would have to stand here in front of you to defend this idea. In the rare instances that Squad 85 does not have a crew – we are a volunteer organization – we have a backup plan that has been more than successful for nine years. The problem is when your backup plan fails, not because of the plan but because of the parties you rely on to execute the plan, you end up with an outcome that is less than adequate. In this particular case the delay was based completely on the incompetence of the Ocean County dispatch center and the incident commander, the chief of the fire company.” (Gentless and Tuckerton Volunteer Fire Co. Chief Lee Eggert are currently suing each other.) Gentless then read a minute-by-minute timeline he took from county dispatch tapes and called the incident “an abomination of errors.” According to Gentless, “At 5:25, the call

came into dispatch; at 5:26, the fire department and squad were dispatched; at 5:27, (Tuckerton police) Cpl. Cheery was dispatched, and he advised that he was en route. At 5:28, the Tuckerton fire chief reported to the county only one injury, also reporting there was an EMT on site. At 5:29, fire chief reports no structural damage. At 5:30, Stafford Township Squad 38 was dispatched to a call in Stafford for an unconscious indigent in the DMV (Manahawkin office of the N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission), unresponsive and cold to the touch. “At 5:31, Squad 85 is dispatched to a second request. This is the appropriate dispatch; it’s five minutes after when the request was initiated. At 5:34, Ocean County dispatch misses the third request for Squad 85 and simultaneous dispatch of our mutual aid (Quality Ambulance), then waits three additional minutes until 5:37, Ocean County dispatch intercepts a transmission from the EMS crew stating they have a full crew in the building and will be responding in a minute. Dispatch makes an assumption that what he is listening to is Squad 85 when in fact it was the Stafford crew getting ready to respond to their call. “One minute later, Tuckerton Fire Co. member 5020 attempts several times to contact 5023 with no response. 5020 attempts to contact county and county doesn’t respond. When 5020 finally reaches county and asks if they can hear his radio, the county states, ‘No, sorry, I wasn’t listening. I was on another channel.’ At 5:39, Continued on Page 60

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It Gets No Slicker Than Here

LBI Is Hot for Skimboarding; Shop Holds Bi-weekly Events New SBYC Sailing Director L Jack Reynolds

LISTEN CLOSELY: Spray Beach Yacht Club’s sailing instructor, Parry Barclay, teaches students both the art and the academics of the sport.

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his may be Parry Barclay’s first summer as sailing director at Spray Beach Yacht Club, but he is already making a monumental impact. Known for his Quiksilver sunhat and jovial attitude, Barclay relates well with sailors of every skill level. And although he primarily focuses his time on guiding his instructors, he has a personal relationship with all junior sailors around the club. “Parry carries himself as a focused professional during classes,” remarked Michael Poyatt, an Optimist instructor at SBYC. “Yet he remains upbeat and enthusiastic to keep the classes fun for the sailors.” Parents, junior sailors and instructors alike are excited to have such a sailing fanatic in Spray Beach this summer. While Barclay is new to SBYC, he is no stranger to sailing. He grew up sailing on Long Beach Island during his summers at Little Egg Harbor Yacht Club. There, he learned on Lasers and Laser Twos and picked up a lot while crewing for older, experienced sailors on E-Scows – a four-handed, 28-foot vessel. He sailed collegiately at Indiana University, where he started and ran the sailing program, which still competes today. Barclay is an innovator. He is redefining junior sailing at SBYC this summer as he is adding a unique twist to the typical lesson plan. “In the academic setting each subject is taught chapter by chapter and each lesson connects to the previous lesson and builds upon it,” explained Barclay. “Most youth sports have developed a similar trend; however, the structure has been absent from youth sailing. When the basic skills are presented in the right way, novice

sailors can reach advance levels in months rather than years.” With his talented instructors by his side, Barclay has implemented a fresh coaching style with a “on land first, on the water second” mentality. SBYC sailors complete a series of drills and practices on land first, so as to perfect their movements before going out on the unpredictable Barnegat Bay. “This way nothing is new on the water,” said Barclay. “The sailors can make connections with what they have learned previously on land, rather than get frustrated on the water.” Poyatt agrees. “Parry’s program is great for beginners who need to learn the basics without being overwhelmed and for the more advanced sailors who can be better coached and critiqued while on the comfort of land. This program makes the transition to the water more fluid for both groups.” And Barclay’s revolutionary instructing style is paying off, as many Spray Beach sailors are competing at higher levels and have been placing higher at regattas – both local and offisland. Most recently, this Wednesday at the Long Beach Island Yacht Racing Association’s Race Week – which was hosted by SBYC and de facto emceed by Barclay himself – Declan Coster placed in the top 10 for SBYC in the Optimist blue fleet, the club’s Laser 4.7 fleet took four of the top five spots, and the team of Bridget Kayes and Mackayla Bohnsack finished third in the c-420 fleet. While Barclay is as dedicated to the SBYC sailing program as his sailors are and loves watching them push themselves to be better, he still enjoys continuing his own career. From July 17 to 27, he competed in Continued on Page 61

By JON COEN BI is the place for skimboarding in New Jersey. Go down to Ocean City or up to Seaside and you’ll be hard pressed to see kids skimboarding there,” said Ryan Brower, manager of the Surf Shack last week. “Almost every kid here has a friend who skimboards, or sees kids on the beach doing it and they immediately want to try it.” This summer the Surf Shack South has instituted the Skim Series sponsored by Exile Skimboards, a bi-weekly string of skim competitions that run evenings, as well as two-day Skim Camps at Taylor Avenue in Beach Haven. The camps cost $120 and are for children 5 or older. Both the series and camp are staffed by the Surf Shack’s team and offer everything from basic instruction to high-level competition. Twelve years ago, skimboarding was all but dead in New Jersey, Long Beach Island included. The sport had fallen off after a spike in popularity in the 1980s. The few who skimmed in the 1990s lost interest as they got older, and the shops didn’t carry much gear. It was just a diversion on the beach, rather than anyone’s focus. But there were a few kids attracted to the progressive nature – the skate and wakeboard moves combined with surfing skill. When the Miller family bought Body Language Surf Shop in Ship Bottom in 2001 and reopened it as The Surf Shack, they found a niche with younger kids, running the evening Surf Series. They also recognized the young skimmers and catered to them. “The kids convinced Don and Mary Miller at the Surf Shack to start carrying loads of skimboards and to eventually start up the Zap Skim Jam through Skim USA,” Brower said. “Knowing that the break of Barnegat Light had so much potential, the world’s top pros started showing up each year and competing.”

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SLIDE LBI: With skimboarding now being featured on water sports TV shows, the suds-based discipline has taken firm hold on LBI, where the perfect combination of beach break and sand makes for ideal conditions. The Zap Skim Jam ran from 2006 to 2010, further building the scene here. “When kids from other states were winning the first couple of events, the local youth stepped up because they weren’t about to let kids come in and win their event. That laid the

foundation for the group of kids like Conor Willem, John O’Hara, Noel Schaffer, Siobhan MacAuliffe, Brian Carey and Kyle Calandra to take skimboarding on the Island to the level it’s on today. It just seems like each and every year, more and Continued on Page 56


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he SBYC came through big for SOMC on Sunday. An explanation is in order. The SBYC is the Spray Beach Yacht Club; SOMC is the Southern Ocean Medical Center. SOMC is dramatically expanding its Emergency Department, more than tripling its size from 8,800 square feet to 29,500 square feet. It is an expensive proposition, totaling a projected $22.5 million. A “cabinet,” headed by Long Beach Island Township Mayor Joseph H. Mancini, was formed to attain $10 million in fundraising dollars. The SBYC wanted to help and decided to hold a silent auction to raise funds. An auction committee headed by Dorothy Hoey of Beach Haven Gardens, Diane Roy of Spray Beach and Lorrainne Blazewicz of Long Beach Township asked members to contribute to the auction – personal items, crafts, services, boat trips and

dinner parties – and they did, to the tune of 130 items to be placed up for bid. Past Commodore Joe Zindulis, properly attired in a tux and a top hat, served as master of ceremonies for the auction and, like Frosty, must have had some magic in that hat. When the smoke cleared, the SBYC had raised $37,641! Items that attracted many bidders included a whiskey cake made in honor of past member Rita Evert, acclaimed for her culinary skills, which went for $850, and sea shell jewelry made by local artisan Frank Pearson, which also topped the $800 mark. Gift baskets of wine, golf and spa packages, other objets d’art and local merchant donations also sparked heated bidding. Services such as carpentry skills, French lessons, dance lessons and even genealogy research were also hot items. Boat trips to waterfront Continued on Page 60

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Yacht Club Creates a Splash With $37,641 Check to SOMC

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SILENT AUCTION PAYS OFF: The Spray Beach Yacht Club recently presented a check to Southern Ocean Medical Center for $37,641 toward the emergency department expansion project. When finished, the facility will have tripled its current square footage.

“We love it here. And when I found out the best stroke care was also here, I appreciated the area even more.”

Francis Hennessy Stroke Survivor

The area’s only Primary Stroke Center is here at Southern Ocean Medical Center. Francis, from Ship Bottom, loved taking long walks on the beach until one day a stroke stopped him in his tracks. Luckily, he was rushed to Southern Ocean Medical Center, in Manahawkin, part of Meridian Neuroscience, where experts at the area’s only designated Primary Stroke Center saved his life. After two weeks of recovery, Francis was back to where he wanted to be: enjoying the beach again. Taking Care of New Jersey

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Barnegat Light Wins 4th Straight Islands

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OFF DUTY, BUT ON GUARD FOR GOLD: (Clockwise from above) The Barnegat Light Beach Patrol finishes the mile row event in style at the 51st annual Long Beach Island Lifeguard Tournament, held last Friday and Saturday evenings on the 20th Street beach in Ship Bottom. A member of the BLBP waits along the shoreline for the start of the buoy rescue event. Barnegat Light’s Nate Humberston is launched into the row portion of the Iron Man event, in which he took first place, helping his team win their fourth consecutive Islands title in front of fellow LBI patrols Surf City, Harvey Cedars, Ship Bottom and Beach Haven. The paddle relay teams take to the podium to accept their first-, second- and third-place medals.

ith a great turnout for the two-day competition last weekend, the lifeguards of Barnegat Light Beach Patrol were victorious in the 51st annual Long Beach Island Lifeguard Tournament. Defending the title this Friday and Saturday, BLBP captured its fourth consecutive victory. BLBP is the first LBI team to win four straight Islands titles. Barnegat Light scored 96 points for the win; Surf City was close behind with 78. Surf City placed third in the surf dash, the final event of the competition, to secure second place by only a few points. Harvey Cedars was third. Ship Bottom finished fourth, followed by Beach Haven. “The competition is always so great,” said BLBP Assistant Capt. Scott Caffrey. “You can never count any team out. My hat is off to every team tonight for a job well done.” The conditions were favorable for this year’s competition with minimal surf and sunny skies. However, strong wind gusts “added a bit of difficulty for the competitors,” noted Surf City Beach Patrol Capt. Mark Dileo, who defended

his crown this year in the mile single row, and the 1,000-meter double row with partner Matt Kaminskas. After an exciting day one of the competition, BLBP had garnered a seven-point lead with 42 points tallied. Harvey Cedars was close behind with 35, and SCBP was in striking distance with 31. “We are usually stronger on the second night,” explained BLBP Capt. Don Adams. “We knew we had a strong team going in. Our competitors left it all out there for a great win.” Caffrey and Adams were “proud of their rookies and veterans alike.” SCBP made a hard push late, with first-place finishes by Evan Garner in the 1,000-meter single row and by the team of JD Flanagan, Kyle Gronostajski and Matt Gaudioso in line pull competitions. But with consistent placing throughout the day and first-place finishes in the paddle race, surf dash and a few others, BLBP secured the title. Harvey Cedars was also in Continued on Page 52


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INTENSITY: (Clockwise from above) Surf City lifeguards ride their surfboat through the shorebreak in the women’s doubles row. Beach Haven’s Dan Duffy helps his patrol secure victory in the paddle relay. Ship Bottom launches a surfboat.

LBI Lifeguard Tournament Continued from Page 50 the running with a first-place finish by Randy Townsend and Will Sweeney in the paddle rescue and a second-place finish in the surf dash, losing to BLBP by mere seconds. “We were never thinking about winning during the competition; we were focused on competing,” said Caffrey. “It feels great to bring home another championship, and we are

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For Shore Solutions, ‘Concierge at Beach’ Covers Relaxation W By MARIA SCANDALE hen Shore Solutions provides the service, “your concierge at the beach,” the answered need can be as simple as a baby bed rental or as elaborate as a catered gourmet dinner. Owner Kimberley Clearwater and staff are experienced at the details that allow customers to savor their LBI vacation or a respite at their second home. “We were the first independent concierge service in New Jersey,” Clearwater said, a development that was reported in a major daily newspaper. “Our goal is to provide quality equipment, a knowledgeable team of experts, reasonable rates and full service, to make your vacation a relaxing one,” Clearwater said. A base of 2,000 clients speaks to the market for such expertise. A client from Hong Kong wrote in thanks, “After a long day of traveling, Shore Solutions made it possible for us to relax after arriving.” Building on success, Shore Solutions has expanded its client base into

the Philadelphia area, throughout the New Jersey shore, Manhattan and the Hamptons. “We service from celebrity clients down to moms and dads,” Clearwater said, dispelling any preconceived notions that a concierge service is always a luxury. “We have clients who do have a luxury lifestyle; they want daily maid service, fresh flowers, three meals a day and a personal chef,” she said. “But we also have clients who need a crib and a stroller for the week, and linens.” The entrepreneur started Shore Solutions with the savvy also gained from being a mom. “After several years of over-packing our car for family vacations, we established Shore Solutions to provide visitors with the comforts of home required for a relaxing vacation,” said Clearwater, whose husband’s family has owned homes on Long Beach Island since 1958. “After all, it’s not like a vacation if you’re unloading groceries after going to the store and standing in long lines; that’s no fun,” she said. “For some

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BOUTIQUE ADDED: The storefront for Shore Solutions, in Beach Haven, now displays wedding invitation selections, elegant gifts and a children’s boutique. With creative displays is owner Kimberley Clearwater. clients, we drop linens at the door; for others we make all the beds and do a picnic so when they arrive there is food ready.” VIP services might also include trips to Atlantic City, or a booking with a professional masseuse inhouse. Shore Solutions can plan itineraries and make reservations for restaurants or recreation. That way,

vacationers can arrive and get right to the fun. “They may say, ‘We want surf lessons and we want to go out on a boat one day.’ We can strategically lay out the itinerary and book the reservations.” For first-time visitors, Shore Solutions staff can “coach” them into leisure-time options they might not have known about, for instance, things

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ndrew Davlouros, known professionally as Andy Dee, passed away suddenly on Monday, Aug. 6, at age 75. His success story is one of a hardworking, enterprising young immigrant from Greece who later became an owner of a hotel and multiple restaurants in Stafford Township. At the same time, he quietly donated to many community causes and a scholarship fund. Davlouros changed the hospitality landscape of Manahawkin in 2005 when he brought the first large-scale hotel, a $12 million Holiday Inn, to Route 72. He also owned the Stafford Diner on Route 72 and was a proprietor of Villagio Restaurant on McKinley Avenue in Manahawkin. He formerly operated the Ocean Acres Country Club. His hotel and restaurants employ 120 people. In an interview last year, he told the story to The SandPaper of his arrival in America from Greece at age 18 with $8 in his pocket. His recipe for success, he said when asked, was “a lot of hard work” and “teamwork.” Born in Patras, Greece, on June 25, 1937, he was one of nine children of Dimitrios and Eleni Davlouros. He studied at the University of Athens and served briefly in the military of his native country. He came to the United States in the mid1950s with ambitions of becoming a successful restaurateur, and first worked at his uncle’s restaurant while attending Upsala College. He steadily worked his way up at restaurants in Newark and the Oranges to managerial positions with Holiday Inn, The Downtowner and Robert Treat hotels. In those

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DEPARTURE: Pictured last year in the lobby of the Holiday Inn Manahawkin, which he owned, Andy Davlouros also operated the Stafford Diner and Villagio restaurant. He passed away Aug. 6 and will be greatly missed. capacities, he hosted events for dream of establishing his own restau- family and a host of friends and local community leaders, celebri- rant by building the Stafford Diner business associates.” His wife runs ties and political figures, including and was instrumental in bringing the the diner and supervises the greater presidential candidates. He shared development of the Holiday Inn to share of Villagio’s operation, he had his knowledge and experience in the Manahawkin, his obituary notes. He credited. industry as a faculty member of Essex was also a proprietor of the Villagio A funeral mass will be offered County College. restaurant, and continued to contribute on Friday, Aug. 10, at 12:30 p.m. His love of the New Jersey shore to the community through his gift of at St. Mary of The Pines Cataholic later brought him south to Mana- hospitality. Church, Manahawkin. Funeral arhawkin to manage the Ocean Acres “He is survived by his cherished rangements are under the direction Country Club. Seeing a potential for wife and partner, Maria Dios,” notes of Maxwell Funeral Home, 573 Mill growth in the area, he fulfilled his his obituary, and “leaves his beloved Creek Rd. in Manahawkin. —M.S.

to do that are appropriate for certain ages of children. From personal assistant services to wedding planning, the company has been in demand. Now in its eighth year of business, Shore Solutions has added a 1,500-square-foot boutique at its Beach Haven headquarters, convenient also for clients to take advantage of the company’s event planning and wedding coordination division. The boutique at 203 North Bay Ave., Beach Haven, carries a full line of stationery and wedding invitations, along with children’s items and eco-friendly gifts, including clothing and toys. Gift baskets are an oftenrequested item. In both the wedding and the concierge services, the company uses as many local businesses as possible to fulfill clients’ needs. In large part, the list of vendors is based upon other clients’ recommendations. “We’re very confidential with our client list,” she added. “I think clients really enjoy that. We don’t pass along personal, confidential information. All of our vendors and contractors sign a confidentiality agreement.” By appointment in winter, Shore Solutions has been called upon to arrange holiday parties, or to deliver a Christmas tree, sometimes a decorated one. “Some families like to come back to the Island and open up their houses just for the holidays.” Wedding consultation details are also completed by appointment. Rather than charging a flat fee as many wedding planners do, services are often provided a la carte. Some clients just need help scouting a wedding location; others may order stationery; others assign the entire customized package to Shore Solutions. The company is creative in working within a range of budgets, Clearwater added. “We are lucky to have a wide variety of experts in the event and wedding planning division of our company. The creativity and knowledge that is brought to the projects makes every event unique and fun,” Clearwater said. “You build a relationship with your client and I think that’s the most enjoyable part of what we do.” More information can be found at shoresolutionsgroup.com. The phone number is 609-661-8929. Y


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PACK UP, PICKUP: With food bank driver Jum Terzuole and director Carlos Rodriguez at left, among the Realtors urging vacationers to leave their unused nonperishable food behind for pickup are: Jeff Shapiro, Denise Bousanti-Laswell, Sally Volpe and John Van Oostendorp of Diane Turton Realtors; and Terry and Cathy Moeller of SeaBreeze Realty.

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s vacationers pack up their rental homes, some of Long Beach Island’s real estate professionals are asking them to bag up their unused nonperishable food for a collection to help feed the hungry. They may leave the bags right there in the rental house if they are renting from the real estate offices listed below, and the bags will be collected for The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. When renters arrive on LBI and pick up their keys and beach badges at participating real estate offices, they’re also receiving bright-blue, re-usable tote bags printed with the slogan “Making a Difference … One Bag at a Time.” “We tell them to keep the bag and use it for the beach,” said Denise Bousanti-Laswell of Diane Turton Realtors, “and give their nonperishable food – or even cash donations – to The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties.” “We’re very grateful to Long Beach Island’s real estate community for helping to raise awareness about hunger in our communities,” thanked Carlos Rodriguez, executive director of The FoodBank. “This food drive highlights the charitable spirit of the people who live, work and vacation at the Jersey Shore.” Rodriguez pointed out that hunger relief

is needed not only at holiday time, but also in summertime, when parents cannot take advantage of the reduced-cost school lunch programs that aid tight budgets during the school year. For vacationers, summer is a time for enjoying the beach, he said, “but for many families in our area, summer is a season of increased hunger as they struggle to feed their children who lose access to the nutritious meals that schools provide.” The food collected through this drive will directly benefit the 127,000 people whom The FoodBank serves through its network of more than 260 agencies. That includes working families, the elderly, military veterans and 51,000 children. Local real estate professionals say vacationers are embracing the idea. “Our renters absolutely love that we’re doing this,” said Patricia Shultis of Prudential Zack Shore Properties. “It’s easy for the tenants to set the food aside when they leave.” SeaBreeze Realty, BayShore Agency and The Kelley Agency are also participating in the food drive. For more information about The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, call 732-918-2600 or go online to foodbankmoc. org. —M.S.

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Skim Scene Continued from Page 48 more kids are picking up skimboarding on the Island.” In 2008, the Millers opened the Surf Shack South, running a skim and skateboard-heavy operation out of Bay Village in Beach Haven in addition to the Surf Shack in Ship Bottom and Freedom Surf and Spa in Brant Beach. While the Surf Shack in Ship Bottom is gone and the building for sale, Donny Miller, 29, is now running the thriving Surf Shack South, focusing mainly on skate and skim gear. And Brower isn’t exaggerating when he talks about LBI as a hot spot. Other beach towns just haven’t seen the mania. “We sell only one or maybe two a night,” said Chris Kelly, who works at Seventh Street Surf Shop on the boardwalk in Ocean City, one of the most high-traffic shops in New Jersey with one of the strongest beach and surf scenes. “There are no camps in Ocean City. Skimboarding here has pretty much the same minor hype that it’s had for the past 10 years.” Besides Sea Bright, which is home to the Jer-

sey Shore Skim School and hosts a Skim Bash in June and September (filling the gap left by the Barnegat Light event), LBI is considered the New Jersey destination for serious skimming. In fact, at the recent Victoria World Championships of Skimboarding, Siobahn McAullife and Steph Magallanes recently took number two and three among the pro women. This summer, the Surf Shack Skim Camps have been fairly well attended. Unexpectedly, the shop started booking more private lessons. Some families simply had conflicts with the scheduled camps and preferred times that worked better. Coaching the camps and lessons this summer are Kyle Calandra and Bryan Carey. These guys were about 8 years old themselves when they started competing in the Surf Shack’s old Summer Surf Series, the precursor to the Skim Series in 2002. “My parents always worked a lot, so they couldn’t drive me to the NSSA (National Scholastic Surfing Association) or ESA (Eastern Surfing Association) contests,” explained Carey, 18, on Monday. The tide was too high to surf, and he had just returned from a skimming session in Beach Haven. “We would go compete every other week at the Shack, and that’s where

I met Donny Miller. I guess you could say that he sponsored me, but I just look at it as being friends. That’s where I met everybody who surfed and skimboarded.” “Bryan is the youngest of three Carey brothers, who are notorious for breaking surfboards, skimboards and skateboards like it’s their jobs,” said Brower. “He didn’t have it all that easy as a kid with two bigger, older brothers always taking his things, beating him up and keeping him in check. But that’s not to say they wouldn’t take a bullet for him if given the opportunity. They just turned him into one tough kid. But despite that he’s still one of the nicest, quietest kids you’ll meet. He just goes about his business and has always had his head on straight.” Carey works full time at Ship Bottom Shellfish, but a lot of his time off is spent instructing kids in Beach Haven. “I don’t do it for the money. I look at is like this: All these kids are just like I was at their age. I know how stoked they are when guys from the surf shop work with them,” he shared. He explained that Taylor Avenue in Beach Haven has become a huge gathering spot for skimboarders. He’s there regularly, encouraging kids to come to the Skim Series events. He

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enjoys the camp and the lessons. And on the nights of the Skim Series, he and Calandra help organize and judge the competition. “Some kids who take a lesson or come to the camp are just learning the basics. But some of them keep practicing and come out to the Series. You’ll see a kid who’s 8 or 9 years old and they come back the next summer and say, ‘Do you remember me?’ And it’s like, oh my gosh, this kid is so much better.” Carey, who recently graduated from Southern Regional High School and plans to attend Ocean County College before transferring to a bigger school, is also a dedicated year-round surfer. “When I paddle out to surf in Surf City and see Randy Townsend do some crazy air-reverse, I’m not just watching. I’m taking it all into account to learn from him. When we free skim, those kids are doing the same thing to us. They’ll pick up a trick and perfect it and throw it in a contest. Then the next thing you know, it’s on Youtube,” he said, laughing. And with so many skimmers to push each other, the talent level here is growing. “There are some really good kids here now,” offered Conor Willem of Surf City, who has focused more on surfing, but is still a very respected skimboarder on LBI. “I would say John O’Hara, Carey and Kyle Calandra have shown some real improvement. They aren’t too far from pro level now.” The pro deal is a tough one. In a sport as small as skimboarding, it would only mean free boards, competition entry fees, and photo or video incentives. If an amateur makes the finals (first prize might be $1,200), the money is enough to cover travel expenses and entry fees. Carey may turn pro with Exile Skimboards when he travels to the Zap Amateur World Championships of Skimboarding in Dewey Beach, Del., this weekend, but he would prefer to make that step at the Sea Bright contest in September, as he put it, “so it happens in New Jersey.” But for an 18-year-old, he has a good work ethic. He has seen too many young surfers and skimboarders who travel around as pros, but are realistically “sponsored” by their parents. His job at the Shellfish comes first, and he sacrifices traveling to events during the summer months. “It’s a short season, and you have to make money now. I know some kids who are 18 years old and have never worked at all,” he added. Calandra is 18, lives in Brant Beach and is already on the Exile Skimboards team. He also works at Ship Bottom Shellfish, surfs, skates, and is known in the skim scene for his pure enthusiasm. The Skim Series has been at maximum capacity with 40 skimmers competing on the evenings of July 1 and Aug 1 (July 15 had to be called for lightning). Miller and Brower keep a running list of the standings all summer long. Young Tristan Lamson of Holgate has owned the Menehune division, and even had some success with the older kids in the Boys Division. Currently Dan Cascio of Ship Bottom leads the boys, and Torri Hennah of Plainsboro leads the girls. In the number one slot for the highly competitive Jr. Men is Will Seddon of Beach Haven. Grey Myrick, Evan Kelly, Mike McCaffery, Nicole Andriani, Brady Wulster and Matt Johns have also impressed the judges. The Series wraps up on Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 5 p.m. on Taylor Avenue with the Exile Skimboards Surf Shack Summer Skim Series Championships presented by Jetty. This will determine the overall winners of the summer. There is one camp remaining, on Aug. 21 and 22. More information can be found at http:// surfshacksouth.blogspot.com. Y joncoen@thesandpaper.net

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Here a Rescue, There a Rescue; Ginsu-Sharp Chinese Poachers I

want all y’all to stop what you’re doing and issue a big round of applause for the job our police departments, rescue squads, fire companies and first-responders are doing this summer. You can’t believe the insane number of (oft-insane) calls they’re getting. Many/most of those responders are volunteers. You gotta wonder when they get time for their jobs. Even our damn-decently-paid cops are earning their wages to the hilt. Based on my Bearcat and Uniden scanners, I’ve sensed this season was turning into hell on wheels for emergency personnel. Then, I read where towns like Beach Haven are on an all-time rescue and response roll. Why such hectic rescue needs? Go ahead and say it: global warming. Personally, I prefer the far more cosmic: It’s just one a them-there summers – and maybe some global warming. A recently publicized scientific study on the world’s weather unabashedly accuses climate change for every sky thing known to man, including, torrential torrents of acidy rain, scorched middle earth (Midwest drought), wicked wind-age from all quarters, anvil-headed T-storms with lightning volts off the charts, hail the size of igloos, and multi-vortexed tornados – each vortex vying for lead roles in the “Tornado Hunters” series. And that’s just in the “Foreword” of the study. It might be better to nix the meteorological blame-game and just put on a survivalist game face. Short of astral projecting ourselves clean out of this solar system, there’s no sidestepping arriving, apocalypto-weather. Therefore, just batten down the hatches, circle the wagons and tie the kids to coconut trees. It could get loud. Of course, being a bit of storm chaser, I’ll be watching with rapturous interest. WATER, WATER (RESCUES) EVERYWHERE: A load of emergency calls have been water-logged. There were as many water rescues in the past week as we usually see in an entire summer, highlighted by the quite scary, after-dark hunt for SeaDoo riders, lost off bayside Barnegat Light on Sunday. While most of us were serenely settled in watching the truly exceptional Olympics – I’ve found myself cheering wildly for Senegal, wherever the hell that is – a dad and his son launched a red-colored PWC to zip out for some late-day kitesurfing near a small sedge island popular with wind-sports folks. What they zipped into instead was the agitator cycle of a fierce, cold front storm thundering across the bay. The first reports that the kiters were overdue returning home triggered an army of rescue folks and equipment. Various agencies began to intensely hunt on land, sea and air. And they hunted and hunted and hunted – for hours on end. And those hours were on storm time, as one thunderstorm after another menaced the search zone. An arriving rescue chopper was really hung out to dry, so to speak. Lightning was constantly waiting in the wings. To put it mildly, choppers and lightning don’t mix.

The slew of regional water rescue teams was none too safe, either. Employing specialized vessels, they remained on-scene even after the lightning forced the helo back to base. Search things hit a low-point when the red Sea-Doo was located – but no father and son. That’s often a cataclysmically not-good thing. I stayed scanned in on the action, while taking calls from folks watching the goings on from bayside homes. However, as it got well past midnight, I hit the hay for an arriving workday. I knew full well that virtually every rescuer out there also had work the next day. Did I mention those folks are dedication manifest? I woke up pre-sunrise to read the pair had been found. To the supreme credit of the dad and son team, they had taken to a sedge to weather the storm. Survival point: In most critical scenarios like this, if you’re safe – even if only relatively so – stay put. Nothing foils a rescue effort faster than having the rescuees simultaneously meandering all over the place. THE BIG UNEASY: I got a work call from Surf City bayfront homeowners regarding a five-kid rescue they made late Saturday. I was actually on-scene for the tail (and tale) of that rescue, as a multidepartment gathering of emergency personnel members and assorted vehicles responded. The story behind the incident had a bit of a Tom Sawyer ring to it. Do kids still read that stuff? Real bad influence. Anyway, five kids vacationing in North Beach, ranging in age from 15 down to 10, pulled together their savings, literally ran to Surf City and bought a couple feeble, plasticy blowup rafts. You know the ones: all color, virtually no floatation – and that little, pillowy part near the front. Prizes in hand, they then sorta spontaneously came up with an entry-level plan for their entry-level rafts. Enter bad-influences Huck and Tom. Instead of hoofing back to North Beach, they decided to instead hop into the bay in Surf City – two on one raft, three on another, sidesaddle. Their thinking: The gentle and kindly bay will usher them home – over a mile away. No PFDs or oars or flippers. Their only propulsion was dangling leg power – and five-kid-power confidence. Mississippi-ish trouble struck quickly. While in the deepwater boating channel off 13th Street, the three-kid raft sorta escaped, as those slippery plastic devils are inclined to do. It then went windsurfing a bit, getting gusted well away from the kids. The flotationless kids began yelling – not in panic, more in excitement. A nearby PWC’er zipped over, grabbed the rollickin’ raft and returned it to the three. No sooner had the Good PWC’ing Samaritan buzzed off, than Christine F., a bayfront homeowner watching from her deck, saw things once again slipping astray for the kids. “We looked out and couldn’t believe it. They didn’t have on life jackets,” said Christine, who believes the boys had likely told the PWC’er

they were fine. “They weren’t fine,” she added. She and her husband fired up their boat and headed out to check on the nonrapid rafters. At the same time, other bayside residents eyed the odd raft train and immediately called the Surf City Police Department. Soon after, fire sirens activated and numerous emergency vehicles arrived on-scene. When Christine and her husband reached the two rafts, the clearly floundering kids weren’t overly anxious to admit they needed help. (Now, that’s definitely a boy thing, even when a girl is also a-raft.) “They might have thought they were fine. I think they were too embarrassed to ask for help,” said Christine. “We told them, ‘Guys, you gotta get in (the boat). Do you hear those sirens? Those are for you.’” The kids were transferred to a police boat and safely deposited on a small piece of beach. An appropriate sprinkling of “Do you know how dangerous that was?” met them – and launched them on their now-walking ways. I told Christine I would also put forth her concern that folks too often don’t realize the dangers of the seemingly serene bay. She was preaching to my choir. Anyone who thinks the bay can’t kill should ponder the long Continued on Page 58

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Countless Coquinas Tiny Ocean-Edge Clams Not Lacking in Color or Quantity THEY’RE HERE: Let’s welcome the major showing of coquina clams on LBI. Though they are more common south of New Jersey, certain summers find the Island’s wave-washed sands all but overloaded with the tiny, colorful bivalves. Scientists consider coquinas a prime indicator of a healthy marine environment. The clams are eaten by fish, birds – and humans.


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Fish Story Continued from Page 57 list of those “Lost at Bay.” Maybe there’s not an official list but I know I’ve reported on at least a half dozen fatalities. STRIPER LO MEIN MAN: I was inundated with e-mails about the Bridgeton Chinese restaurant owner, Jian X. Shao, who was captured while poaching last week in the vicinity of Fortescue Creek Bridge. Division of Fish and Wildlife enforcement nailed him at night, as he and some friends were throwing cast nets for striped bass – and doing quite well, thank-you very little. Such bass netting is illegal in many ways, as Jian was about to find out – as if he didn’t already know. The Fish and Wildlife raid caught him and his buddies with 11 undersized stripers and a cast net. His friends were freed when Jian took the fall. They were last seen, still running, up around Nantucket. (Not true.) It didn’t take authorities long to figure Jian might just be using the fish at his Fuleen Meng Restaurant. Sure enough, a search there netted 77 undersized bass in the freezer. All bass tolled, he faces fines of up to $19,000. It’ll be interesting to see if this Jian and other Chinese poachers will get the message. Very few culprits of a similar fish-poaching ilk have gotten the message –regardless of what language it arrives. It’s well known, that these Chinese fishnabbers are sharp as Ginsu knives, using a mixed Asian metaphor. They’ve perfected the concept that it’s easier to beg for forgiveness than to ask for permission. More apropos to this case, they have also mastered a subject fairly alien to Americans, something known as mathematics. As nearly as I can figure, that has to do with numbers. Jian knows full well that he has already made mounds of money via ill-begotten striper meat, sold in restaurant portions. The gain has easily exceeded capture compensatory coefficients, i.e fines. No abacus needed there. He couldn’t care less about upcoming fines, he’ll make mincemeat out of them – and sell it as an early bird special. What’s more, to defend himself, Jian will actually nix any mention of his devious, nightlong acts of striper sniping. Instead, he’ll play on the guilt strings of the court by weepingly, yet powerfully, apologizing for having so horrifically dishonored himself and his family name – to where he must now be forced to carry out a radical and terminal act upon himself, “As my culture has dictated for thousands of years.” The poor-at-history judge will go to pieces over such a self-assigned, self-destructive penalty. “Now, now, Mr. Jian, please calm down. We’re only talking about some stinkin’ fish here.

I see no reason to get all self-destructive. I see all your grandchildren starting to weep back there.” His Honor will then go soft tofu on the poor, culture-burdened fellow, reducing his penalty to stripers already served. (Get it? Restaurant manager. Stripers already served. Time already served? … I guess you have be there.) Of course, back beyond the tearful kids in the back of the court, Jian’s entire family – including those rushed back from Nantucket – will be covertly exchanging low-fives, marveling over Jian’s performance – helped immensely by the fact the judge had no idea that it’s actually the Japanese, not the Chinese, who commit harakiri and such. Hell, Jian is already out there looking for another striper creek. I get caught doing something like that, I’d soon be casting written messages between jail cells up at county. ALLEGED LBI STINGRAY STING: I’m not sure what to make of the alleged stingray “sting” reported last week on LBI. I wish I had been there. I could tell in an instant if it was a bona fide ray sting (very unlikely) or just one of the hundreds of random pokes you can get when splashing around in the swash, especially with pieces of horseshow crabs bouncing about in the mix. With a ray sting, there is, firstly, a distinct, red impact/insertion point, quickly followed by an expanding pink/red inflammation zone, halfdollar size and sometimes larger. Then comes the onset of pain, which can sometimes be a bit delayed, though it usually comes on pretty quickly, beginning in a few minutes, and intensifying rapidly. The escalating pain is capable of sending even a tough guy running to his mommy. Personally, I have seen – and felt – cases where the worst pain from a sting can be sorta time-released. I found that out after once taking a poke and soon thereafter offering the most unadvised words anyone should speak after getting poked, bitten, stabbed or stung: “Hmmm, this is not that bad.” Wanna bet, dude? By the by, I have never seen a ray sting just “clear up” after a poke incident. If a poke gets better fast, it t’weren’t no ray. It is truly rare to accidentally bump into, much less step on, a ray. I’ve gone out amid thousands of cow nose rays and tried my hardest to simply touch one. Fat chance. They are so frickin’ fast and elusive. That said, all this warm water could have attracted any number of ray species to our wave region, including those not as inclined to school. Loner species are more likely to hold their bottom ground – and possibly be bumped or stepped on. RUNDOWN: Weakfishing remains on a hotness roll. I have had no trouble attracting them after dark, throwing spinners or jigging small, clear plastic off bayside street ends. Thanks for the reports that many legally

Jay Mann

A Fast-Flying Friend Dragonflies Bring Summer Relief From Biters A WELCOME ATTACK: They’re the one ‘fly’ humans like. Dragonflies, when ushered to LBI by west winds, instantly try their hardest to ease the bite of summer. Each dragonfly can eat 100 or more biting insects a day. They’ve been dubbed Mother Nature’s mosquito control. caught weakfish seem spawn-ready. And believe me, the one-a-day take is not putting even a chink in the biomass we now have out there. One captain said he simply loses track of how many weakies are taken and released on his boat, while chumming. Fluking also keeps rolling on. It sure seems the bay action for flatties has gone a tad flat, though there are countless small ones for those who know the right spots. The ocean drifting for fluke is good but finding those just-right days – weather- and wind-wise – is always tough. Angling for small stripers in the surf and near inlets is improving but our near 80-degree surfline waters repel bigger bass – though every now and again a hoist-worthy model hits shop scales, most often going for bait chunks. Kids and un-picky surfcasters are still find-

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Continued from Page 58 Though the clouds of spot croakers aren’t as pronounced, still, they could be a baitfish factor as serious striper times draw closer. I got an e-mail asking about the potential of hooking a spot, switching to larger gear and chucking it out to live-line. No doubt, if there is a bass within a half-mile (slight exaggeration), a live-lined spot will draw it in. Unfortunately, we’re not overrun with half-mile bass right about now. However, for folks who have advanced beyond small fluke and want to go doormat hunting, try live-lining smaller spot along the bottom. Use the same rigging as you would a squid/ minnie rig but nix the curved hook for something like a gold 2/0 beak. Also, add a bit more lead, cushions or bank sinkers. You might want to think about steel leader since bigger sharks will not pass on even a small distressed spot. I have a half-dozen reports of small brown (sandbar) sharks, some to 50 pounds, taken from the beach. However, I’ve also gotten some legit reports of larger sharks in the mix, pushing well over 100 – and in one break-off instance a shark was estimated to be pushing toward 200 pounds. That break-off was likely not being a brown. The state record for brown shark is 168.8 and was taken off LE Inlet in 1987. Dusky sharks, which come right into the suds, can exceed 500 pounds. The state record dusky is 530 pounds, caught off Atlantic County in 1987. Y jaymann@thesandpaper.net

Continued from Page 47 Ocean County dispatches a call in Eagleswood Village, an ALS (advanced life support) call, respiratory. At 5:41, the Stafford rig signs on location, (on their call in Stafford). At 5:42, Ocean County dispatch misses a five-minute followup – it’s now five minutes past the dispatch – assuming Squad 85 had a crew; another mistake in the dispatch protocol. Four more minutes go by, and then OC dispatch gets the backup tone, a second request for two calls, the MVA motor vehicle accident on Clay Street, Tuckerton, and the call in Eagleswood. “The call in Eagleswood was not simply a male with low potassium, as quoted in the police report; it was an ALS respiratory with no ALS available. Again another error by Ocean County. It should have been a third request for the squad, and again they weren’t paying attention to the details and apparently not listening to anything that was going on. At 5:48, squad member 8528 (from Squad 85) makes two attempts to reach county. On the third attempt he tells them he has a confirmed crew two minutes out and asks how many calls are pending. The county says two, the MVA and the respiratory in Eagleswood. County asks 8528, ‘You have a rig out yet? I was told you had a confirmed crew for the other job five minutes ago. Please advise if you have a rig out; I have two Quality rigs coming your way.’ The county had no idea if Squad 85 had a crew or has even responded yet. “At 5:50, Quality 41 signs en route to the motor vehicle accident; he says they are at the intersection of Route 539 and Route 9. At the same time, at 5:50, squad 8528 member key fobs (unlocks the door) into the squad building.” (This is 25 minutes from the initial call.) “At 5:52, Tuckerton fire department 5007 signs on location with (Tuckerton) Councilman Foglia driving. The fire chief now asks, ‘Is the rig en route?’ “The county states, ‘The squad said they had a confirmed crew but now I can’t get a hold of them.’ He didn’t get a hold of them because he didn’t do a followup on what he believed was a full crew. The fire chief states a Quality rig is approaching, and tells county to advise Quality that both patients are packaged and ready to go. Quality in a surprised voice asks if they need a second rig; the chief confirms yes. It’s now 24 minutes after arriving at the scene; they are only now realizing they have neglected to request a second ambulance. The EMT and chief failed miserably at triage at the scene; the fire chief failed because he never indicated to the county that there was a second patient. “Quality 41 signed on location at 5:53; at 5:53 Squad 85 signs on “en route to Holly Road” (Eagleswood). At 5:57, county dispatches Great Bay for a second rig for the MVA. “Great Bay GPS is confirmed going through Parkertown into Eagleswood, and Great Bay says there are two Quality rigs coming into town and directs county to send the second Quality rig to the MVA. Everyone in EMS knows that a rig responding to an advanced life support call does not divert to a basic life support call.” Gentless then suggested that Tuckerton police falsely accused the “dedicated volunteers of Squad 85” and should vindicate their name. He also said that since he took over as captain of Squad 85, the squad has a response rate to the town of 86 percent to almost 3,000 dispatched, and more than 60 members. Gentless also wished Tuckerton luck in hiring a paid ambulance service if the borough was unhappy with Squad 85. “Statements made by the council and the police chief to the press have painted an extremely negative image of Squad 85 and (that is) starting to impact our membership and causing public alarm,” said Gentless. He said he would have preferred the incident to be handled internally rather than in the public eye. Foglia said he had several different versions of the facts, and “before I throw anybody under the bus, Id like to meet with county dispatch.” He asked if Gentless would be available for a meeting between the Tuckerton police chief, the Ocean County Sheriff ’s Department and Tuckerton officials, and Gentless said he would if it fit into his schedule. “This is a safety issue and we need to address Continued on Page 61

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Great Bay EMS Continued from Page 60 it,” Foglia said. “It appeared to be a problem, and my responsibility is to the residents of the borough of Tuckerton. The police chief came in with a problem, a situation that they thought was (a) safety issue, and we needed to address it. I’m not pointing fingers at anyone or placing blame on anyone; I want to get the answers and find out if there is a problem and that it gets fixed. I need to know we have answers to the questions, and we need to sit down and have a round table.” Councilwoman Sue Marshall asked why Gentless had not communicated to the borough that he would not attend the July 5 special meeting, and he said he had told the mayor and council president he had to work. Y patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

Family Fun Days

Fluke Fishing

$400

............... Tuna .................

Continued from Page 48 the 505 World Championships in La Rochelle, France. There with Macy Nelson, his skipper of five years, Barclay sailed against some of the world’s most talented sailors and finished quite well, placing 22nd out of 200 boats. “We sailed against professional sailors and former Olympic medalists, but Macy and I stayed confident,” recounted Barclay. “It was great to sail side by side with them, and even give them a run for their money. There was also a high level of camaraderie. We were able to talk with some of the world’s greatest sailors in a social setting.” Sailing 505s out of the harbor is an accomplishment in and of itself, according to Barclay. The dinghy, named for its length in meters (5.05), is a high-performance, two-person dinghy, with a spinnaker and trapeze. Sailed internationally in 18 countries, 505s are highly adaptable: With a tightly controlled hull shape and sail plan and an open rigging, the boats can be set to the sailor’s specific needs. Therefore, sailors are constantly tweaking and changing settings throughout the boat. “The fact that there are so many ways to sail a 505 creates an understanding between sailors of the boat,” noted Barclay. “It fosters teamwork between competitors and we learn from each other.” Upon returning from La Rochelle, Barclay was eager to share tales from his journey, portraying the ancient port town with its many castles and ships. He was already back to business, though, as all of his stories contained a sailing lesson to be learned. And that is all Barclay wants from his students: to learn. “They choose how far they want to take their sailing,” explained Barclay. “We teach them the fundamental skills to let them be Olympians or day sailors.” And so, as the sailing season is drawing towards the finish line, Barclay and all at SBYC are excited to compete in the final two interclubs of the 2012 LBIYRA series at Barnegat Light Yacht Club and Brant Beach Yacht Club in the coming weeks. Regardless of the outcome, though, the junior sailors have experienced something new this summer. Barclay has supplied the foundation; now it is up to them. — Ryan Geary

CHARTER FISHING ABOARD THE

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A Weekly Advertising Compendiumof Area Professionals

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PERSONALS Bizarre Manahawkin

A new magazine dedicated to preserving local Folklore and inspiring exploration and appreciation of NJ’s MOST HAUNTED TOWN. Please share your stories of the strange! Pine Barren beasties, ghosts, Jersey Devil, UFOs, history & mystery. bizarremanahawkin@yahoo. com

PUBLIC NOTICES

GARAGE/YARD SALES

Subscribe to receive automatic notices: sheriff sales, foreclosures, RFP, bids for schools, town meetings, variances, etc. www.njpublicnotices.com

Brant Beach, 16 West Rhode Island Ave. (82nd. St., bayside), Sat., 8/11, 8am. Multi family. Clothing, jewelry, surfing, fishing, antiques.

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

Dear Al, Happy Birthday in heaven. We miss you always. FIOH. W&T

HEALTH/FITNESS

Elderly retired gentleman seeks 1BR apartment with bathroom & kitchenette, year ’round, in Barnegat Light, High Bar Harbor or North Loveladies. Non smoker, no drugs, no pets. Hearing problem. Write PO Box 768, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006.

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

SandPaper PERSONALS are FREE! All free personals should be limited to 20 words or less, with no more than two submissions per individual. A box c/o The SandPaper will be assigned upon request for a charge of $1.50. Only ads of a non-commercial nature may be placed at no cost. Please mail or bring your personals to our office prior to the deadline for personals and all classified ads, Tues., 10am.

ADOPTION A childless couple seeks to adopt. Will be hands on Mom and devoted Dad. Flexible schedules. Financial security. Expenses paid. Catherine and Michael. Ask for Adam 800790-5260.

PERSONAL TRAINING

MASSAGE THERAPY/ SPA SERVICES Enjoy a full-body, relaxing, deeptissue, 4hands or couples massage by Ray, LMT. Couples special. Call Hands To You, 609-7037570. www.hands2u.com Enjoy therapeutic massage in your home. ABMP Certified Massage Therapist practicing in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Medical Massage, and Muscle Energy Techniques. Call Ken, 609859-3080, cell 609-280-3528.

SkyBlu

LBI Mobile Massage

Are you pregnant? A childless, married couple (in our 30s) seeks to adopt. Will be hands-on mom and devoted dad. Financially secure. Expenses paid. Nicole & Frank, 888-969-6134.

LOST! NEWLYWED’S GOLD WEDDING BAND, 29th St. Beach in Barnegat Light, on 7/30/12. Reward! Please call 802-779-4929.

PUBLIC NOTICES NEED TO REACH THE PRESS? Send us your press release and we’ll do the rest! Fee. Call Diane Trent at 609-406-0600 ext.24, email: dtrent@njpa.org or visit www.njpa.org

Brant Beach, 1 West 51st St. Fri./ Sat., 8/10-8/11, 9am-1pm (rain 8/ 12). Household items, baby/kids items, lots of various books, plus much more priced to sell! Harvey Cedars, 8004 South Anchor Lane (go down West 81st), Sat./Sun., 8/11-8/12, 8am. Hess trucks, GI Joe, Pokemon, RC, KNEX/GEARS sets, minerals, kids’ storage, crab traps, etc. Manahawkin, 138 Bernard Drive, Sat., 8/11, 7am-2pm. Sale inside house. Tools, power tools, mechanic’s items, household items and kids’ stuff. Manahawkin, 76 Capstan Ave. (Ocean Acres: Nautilus to Barnacle to Capstan), Sat., 8/11, 9am-4pm (rain 8/18). Multi family, something for everyone!

MOM’S A HOARDER!

Please come to the biggest garage sale EVER! 227 Valley Forge Rd., LEH Mystic Shores, Sat. & Sun., 8/ 11 & 8/12, 7am-3pm. Ship Bottom, 104 10th St. (across from Wawa). Sat., 8/11, 8am-1pm. Lots of good stuff, something for everyone! Surf City, 280 15th St., Fri./Sat., 8/ 10-8/11, 8am-noon. Household & holiday items, golf clubs, wicker, books, clothing, jewelry, kids’ wetsuits, and more at low prices. Surf City, 310 10th St., Sat., 8/11, 8am-11am (rain 8/12). We’re back! All new items priced to sell! Surf City, 812 North Barnegat Ave., Sat., 8/11, 8am-2pm. Rain Sun., 8/ 12. Household items, CDs, DVDs, jewelry, component wires, furniture, printer & more.

LOST/FOUND Found 2 hand-held walkie talkies in area of Beach Haven. Call 609883-4535.

Brant Beach, 16 West Harrington Ave. (behind Stevens Real Estate), Fri./Sat., 8/10-8/11, 8am-1pm. Multi family. Household, clothes, furniture and more.

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

Sally (609) 226-4289 Your best massage service guaranteed

Surf City, 328 10th St., Sat. & Sun., 8/11-8/12, 8:30am-11:30am. Extension ladder, charcoal grill, furniture, books, etc. No early birds. Surf City, 2000 Central Ave., Fri./ Sat., 8/10-8/11, 8am-4pm. Antiques, lots of books, housewares, linens, microwave and much more. The Dunes, 119 East Old Whaling Lane, Sat., 8/11, 10am-4pm. Rain Sun., 8/12. Thomas trains & toys, booster seats, ski & boat equipment, tools, household items, clothing, collectibles. The Dunes, 4 East 122nd St., Sat., 8/11, 9am-2pm. Rain Sun., 8/12. Household items, vintage and costume jewelry, furniture, etc.

NAUTICAL ANTIQUES

ANTIQUES

APPLIANCES

ANTIQUE MALL

APPLE TREE ANTIQUES STORE CLOSING, 20%-50% off, including Dorofee glass. Offers considered. 361 Route 9, halfway between Tuckerton & Manahawkin. 609-296-6677.

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

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 AND 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

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!

ERIK’S APPLIANCE SERVICE

609-597-6446

Lic.#13VH05348400

Architectural Salvage

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

BEACH HAVEN ANTIQUES

509 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Highest prices paid for gold, silver, old costume jewelry and antiques. Store hours: 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.

TWO SHORE BIRDS

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

ARTS & CRAFTS BUY IN BULK!

JustBeadIt.net

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

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.

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 6-piece new double bed set, with box spring & mattress; Provincial dresser & mirror; pine dresser, mirror & chest; new kitchen table w/4 bar-height chairs; IKEA table w/6 chairs; baker’s rack; 2 new 6ft. Brazillian surfboards w/covers; TVs; TV stand; misc. items. All priced to sell! Located Manahawkin. 609492-2941 or 908-769-6574. Hitchcock DR table w/4 chairs, seats 8, $350; 10ft.x12ft. pastelcolored oriental rug, $300. 609361-9129.

MERCHANDISE 2 Schwinn Town & Country adult, 3-speed tricycles. Like new! Lumbar seats, cargo baskets, head/tail lights, mirrors. $350/each/OBO. LBI. 732-330-8228.

2011 110cc Kid’s Quad

Red & black, remote kill for safe operation, adjustable throttle from 6mph to 30mph, headlight, electric start. Like new, only 10 hours. $400/OBO. Please call 732-330-6168.

ACME BIKE SHOPS

Skateboard SALE! ........$39.99 BIKE SALE .................$169.99 Inline SKATES ....................$99 SUP BOARD SALE!! ........$399 Rashguards ..........Buy 1 Get 1 All Footwear .......30%-80% off!

WE RENT:

Bikes. Kayaks. SUPs. Cribs. Hot Tubs. Joggers. ELLIPTIGOS. AND A WHOLE LOT MORE! 84th Street, LBI, 609-492-5150 27th Street, LBI, 609-492-6522 acmebeachandbike.com


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MERCHANDISE Acorn Superglide outdoor stairlift. Just serviced. Runs well. Full documents, $1,600. Installed Brant Beach. Call 260-413-2641.

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 on sale!

Acme Surf and Sport, 84th Street, LBI. Buy 1. Rent 1. Demo 1. 5 pass=$110, 10 pass=$200. Ask about huge rebates! 609-492-5150. www.ElliptiGo.com FREE! Two, 1/4 pipe skateboard ramps. Fully portable. Located in Ship Bottom. Call 609-494-4023. Indoor/outdoor resin bar, highback computer chair, keyboard/ mouse. New crutches, commode (new), walker. Cat/dog beds, southwester n decor, large sheepskin rug w/leather backing, child’s bike, cassettes. 609-978-8099. LADDERS- 24ft. fiberglass, $120; 6ft. & 8ft. wooden commercial, $30/ each. ALSO 10in. table saw, $70. Call 609-709-4469. OUTRIGGERS, Tigress, telescoping, $300. DOWNRIGGER, Cannon, telescoping, $250. PORTHOLES, 22in., solid brass, $300. AWNING, retractable, 16ft.x8ft., $300. Like new. 609-432-3596.

CATERING

CLEANING SERVICES

ISLAND CATERING

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.

PARTY SERVER

Professional, experienced catering server. Fine dining experience. For in-home dinners, parties, showers. LBI area only. 201-681-8147 or rusty799@verizon.net

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.

AA+ Cleaning - All around- up and down– cleaning at its best. Private or rental properties. Call Eileen, 609-713-9615. A stress free summer only takes one call to Kathy, 609276-3936. Cleaning, maintenance, year ’round, changeovers, seasonal. SPECIAL RATES for mid week, Fridays & Sundays. 20+ years experience. 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.

ANCHOR CLEANING

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.

Standup Paddle Boards

Free lessons every day. New boards $399... Acme Surf and Sport, 84th Street, LBI. 609492-5150. acmesurfandsport.com

Kelly’s Cleaning Services Michael J. Kelly 732-364-5330

TENT SALE

mjjkelly@aol.com

LIZZIE ROSE TEA ROOM

Inventory Clearance up to 70% off. OPEN: Fri.-Sun., 11:30am5pm. Afternoon tea, desserts. Call 609-296-1551. 219 East Main St., Tuckerton.

RENTAL SERVICE ACME RENTALS

Bikes •Kayaks •Cribs •SUPs •ElliptiGos •Surfboards •Trailers. YOU NAME IT. WE RENT IT. One stop shop for all of your vacation needs... acmerentals.biz

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

Weekly • Bi-Monthly • Monthly Residential • Rentals • Changeovers Emergencies Window Cleaning Specialist/Screens Specialist/Screens • Shades • Blinds Power Washing • Ceiling Fans • Steamed Carpets & Rugs Gardening & Yard Work Storage Solutions for Garages • Estate Cleaning Free Estimates References Available • Professional • Prompt Mike’s Picks for the Week: 4 Bee’s Polish American Deli in Surf City Best Polish Kielbasa and Homemade Pierogies 609-494-4545

Ann Wallace Best Agent for Follow up on LBI 609-709-2704

SPORTING GOODS Indoor exercise bike, Diamondback Series 600 recumbent bike. Excellent condition. Hardly used. Asking $100. Call 609-494-4519.

Fully Insured

Donations Made to Support: Breast Cancer Research, Autism Awareness & Wounded Warrior Project

CLEANING SERVICES

CLEANING SERVICES

Betty’s Busy Bees, LLC

JR’S WINDOW WASHING

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

CARPET CLEANING

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

New Construction/Store Fronts

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

Carpet & Furniture

Cleaning

END OF SUMMER SPECIAL: Free deodorizing with carpet cleaning! Fast drying. Certified carpet cleaner. Environmentally safe products. Tile & grout cleaning. Serving LBI & vicinity. Free estimates. Insured. 609-350-8908. www.commercio carpetcleaning.com Do you need to ‘‘brighten’’ your home? Call Sunshine Cleaning Service. Year ’round, seasonal and changeovers. References available. Call Stacey, 609-3841649.

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

PLATTINUM CLEANING. 10 years exp. Changeovers, new constructions, seasonal cleanings. FREE estimates. Call Nicole Platt, 609-618-2823. Professional cleaning with a personal touch. Residential, offices, rentals. Owner operated. Free estimates. Call 609-709-4267, leave message.

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.

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

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.

CHIMNEY SWEEPING Fireplaces Plus, Inc.

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

DORA’S ISLAND CLEANING

SEASONAL/YEAR ’ROUND

609-276-5537

HOUSE WATCH

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

BEST

STEAM CARPET CLEANING

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

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

$50 OFF ANY JOB OVER $200 Free Estimates 24-Hr. Service

KURTZ ELECTRIC, INC. Residential • Commercial • Industrial

“NO JOB TOO SMALL”

WHOLE HOUSE $ 7 Areas

609-489-1721

609-891-6905

Fully Bonded & Insured Lic.# 15541

Serving Local Businesses & Home Owners for 32 years • Upgrade Electrical Service • Recessed Lighting • Air Conditioning Circuits

FREE ESTIMATES

• New Construction • Wiring for Ceiling Fans • Troubleshooting

597-8570 LICENSE No. 6093

Fast Screen

185 N. Main St. (Rt. 9) Manahawkin, N.J.

NJ LICENSE #6156

Same Day Mobile Repair Service

GEORGE WARR

609.312.1076

Electrical Contractor

Credit Cards Accepted

Fully Insured

THINK ABOUT IT!

DANA LIMOUSINES, LLC

WILL DO changeover cleanings. Sun.-Thurs., 20% off. Also available for Fall cleanings. BOOK NOW! Call Joann, 609-276-3317.

609-290-1920

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

Mr. Maintenance Cleaning

Commercio Quality

CLEANING SERVICES

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

SUN BUSTERS

Meter Sockets & Service Cable Replacements Water Heater Elements Installed Ceiling Fans • Dryers Air Conditioning • Circuits Lighting & Remodeling Specialist P.O. Box 182, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006

609-494-0927

WINDOW TINTING

Specializing In Oceanfront & Bayfront Homes

sunbusters.cjb.net

(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

Call: 609-389-2565


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ELECTRICAL

HEATING & COOLING

COSMOS ELECTRIC

ALL-WAYS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

PROMPT, HONEST & FAIR

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

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

HEATING & COOLING

HEATING & COOLING

FAZIO HEAT & AIR

LAURENCE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

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.

609-276-1658

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.

Kean

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.

MONTANHA

WE DO SOLAR

All Phases of Electrical Work No Job Too Small

Seasonal Water Turn-Ons & Offs

Ozzie Montanha Master Plumber

Phone # 609-978-3551

Serving LOCAL Businesses & Homeowners for Over 20 Years

DOC’S PLUMBING

INSTALLATION & REPAIR SERVICES

NJ License #15079A

“Extreme Home Make Over Contractor”

(609) 978-6530

Plumbing •Heating •Air Conditioning •Drain Cleaning •Toilet & Faucet Repairs •Radiant Heat. Free Estimates. 609-698-2777. HIC Lic.#13VH06404700. Plumbing Reg#36B100733400.

WWW.GOGREENWITHLOUSELECTRIC.COM

Plumbing,

Since 1976

Ceiling Fans Recessed Lights Remodeling & New Construction

QUICK RESPONSE

609-361-0236 www.daveselectric.net

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

Quality Service at Your Convenience Thomas J Kohler Jr. owner/operator Lic# 12557

Heating & Cooling

Yes, We’re On LBI! ++EMERGENCY SERVICE ++ Wolverine Brass Faucets Available EXCLUSIVELY Through Your Plumbing Professional ON SALE NOW

With A Free $10 Wawa Gift Card www.storsbergplumbing.com

609-361-0600

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

waltmccollum@yahoo.com

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.

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

609-361-9453

Lic #6062

LEAKY PIPES?

Find a Plumber In The SandPaper Classifieds

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

METAL WORKING WELDING

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

ACCREDITED HOME ELEVATOR CO.

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

609-660-8000

WINTERIZATION RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL Water & Sewer Hook Ups House Winterizations Tankless Water Heaters Drain Cleaning • Gas Piping Fixtures Installed • Repair Service

609-361-7473 Michael J. VanLiew Over 20 Years Experience Master Plumber

Lic. #12456 Ship Bottom, NJ

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 yrosso@rossohvac.com LIC#13VH01298500

609-812-0094

PLU M BIN G P ROBLE M S? CALL MICHAEL • PETITO Residential & Commerical • Repair s & Alterations

HEATING • COOLING • PLUMBING SAME DAY HEATING AND COOLING REPLACEMENTS

Residential • Commercial

$250 OFF Any New or

Quality Workmanship for Over 25 Years No Job Too Small or Large

10% OFF ALL SERVICE CALLS

6 0 9 - 5 7 7-1514 NJ Lic.#8500

609-242-5474

JERSEY SHORE PLUMBING & DESIGN

ELEVATORS

Lic # 5828

T. K OHLER J R . P LUMBING & H EATING

PLUMBING

(some restrictions may apply)

Licensed & Fully Insured

PLUMBING

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

10% OFF ALL JOBS OVER $250.00

6105 Long Beach Blvd. • Brant Beach

License# 11125

Rick Barker Heating & Cooling, LLC

Dependable, professional, local service. Installation of all plumbing systems. Call 609-296-2229. Lic#9467.

MECHANICAL Plumbing & Heating Service - Repairs - Remodels

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

PLUMBING

Free Estimates

NJ LIC #13VH00948900 Master Plumbers Lic #6582 EPA Lead-Safe Certification Master Plumbers Lic #6582 NJ LICRVI #13VH00948900 David Weiner Lic# 1850530477

Replacement System

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LANDSCAPING

GARDEN CENTER

FENCING FENCES

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

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

www.hochslandscaping.com 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

DAWSON

494-7562 • 294-9551

Landscapes Reg/Lic# 13VH02805500

LAWN CARE

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.

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.

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

PEST MANAGEMENT

FLAGS & FLAGPOLES

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

609-660-0009

609-597-6492

$

100 OFF

New Installation

“Every Project a Referral”

with ad at time of estimate State Lic.#00016664

Lic.#13VH05803700

“When You Want It Done Right” “Has Installed More Sprinklers than Anyone on the East Coast”

(609) 978-1577 • (732) 244-0623 SPECIAL!

$300 off Inground Liner Replacements!

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

Cottagefence@yahoo.com

609-489-6400

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

Call Today 609-857-5435

Landscape Design

NJ HIC# 13VH06736000

For-Shore Weed Control Lawn Care

Night & Day

Tree & Shrub Care

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

Landscape Design

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

LANDSCAPING A SUMMER CLEANUP

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

AFFORDABLE Landscaping

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

GIOTTINI LANDSCAPING

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

609-494-4808

• 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

LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE more

www.LandscapeLBInj.com

All Landscape Services & Outdoor Lighting Installations

609-494-7373

Allgreen Pest Services ECO FRIENDLY power washing/wildlife trapping

609.812.9191 www.shrubheads.com

LAWN CARE • TREE & SHRUB CARE OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

“Your yard is always on our mind”

609-693-6999

PERENNIAL GARDENS perennialgardenslbi.com

Landscaping • Fencing • Pavers

(609) 494-0800 Lic.# 13VH01646400

For

F

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

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.

On The Side

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

Licensed & Insured

AH

‘‘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.

MOWING & TRIMMING

Call Howard 609-384-5019

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

Lic # 13VH05152400

LANDSCAPING

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

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

609-361-4310

Free Estimates

PEST CONTROL

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

609-978-1392

7 Day Service

732-597-8550 866-303-0044 mfritz625@aol.com www.allgreenpestservices.com

Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Real Estate Inspections


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MANAHAWKIN TREE SERVICE

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

494-0266

LANDSCAPING

HANDYMAN

WEEDS-B-GONE

Big C...Little Repairs

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

597-8846

Free estimates. Fully insured. Lic.#13VH01099400

SCHONEY’S LANDSCAPING CLEANUPS

Yard Cleanups, Mowing, Weeding, Tree/Hedge Trimming, Mulch, Stone, Plant Transplants, Flower Beds, Misc. Work. Reasonable prices. Call Stacey 609-618-3673.

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 STAFFORD STONE

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

HANDYMAN Odd Jobs & Yard Work

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

ALLPURPOSEREPAIRS.COM

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

COAST HANDYMAN SERVICES

Windows, doors, all carpentry, woodwork, sheetrock, plaster & paint work. Licensed & insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779. FRANK & SON General Home Repair Service. All types of repairs and improvements. Experienced. Dependable. For estimate: 609597-7559, cell 609-312-8254.

HANDYMAN

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

HOME WORK

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

LBI HOME HANDYMAN

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

LBIHANDYMAN.COM

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

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

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

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

Reg./Lic# 13VH02263300

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.

HANDYMAN SUNRISE SERVICES

MASONRY

UPHOLSTERERS

CULTURED STONE

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

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.

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

MASONRY

Curbs Driveways Patios Sidewalks Steps

A&A MASONRY REPAIRS. Steps, chimney walls, rebuilt & repaired. Stone veneer, concrete & pavers. Fully insured. Call Pete, 609-2424249. newjerseymasonry.com Cappiello Masonry Contracting, all types of brick pavers, concrete & asphalt. END-OF-SUMMER SALE for pavers as little as $7.50/sq.ft. installed! Asphalt paving as little as $2/sq.ft. for removal, base & paving! All types of seal coating & repairs. Fully licensed, bonded & insured. Call 908-415-7398. NJ Lic. #13VH05076200 or visit www.cappiellopaving.com

JG DESIGNS

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

AWNINGS & CANOPIES ATLANTIC AWNINGS

Carl Gallagher Mason • Contracting

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

WINDOW TREATMENTS

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

Atlantic Awnings

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

Call For 2012-2013 Service Guide

Temperature Controlled Storage Recovers • Repairs • Re-Hang • Take Downs • Washing

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

OUTHERN

Lic# 13VH06758700

Fully Insured

OCEAN

Stone Spreading • Brick Pavers • Landscaping

609-597-3629 www.SouthernOceanHardscaping.com

Lic# 13VH02482900

609-597-0964 Manahawkin, NJ 08050

856-764-8446 Delran, NJ 08075

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

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

We Will Beat Any Estimate by 5%

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

FREE ESTIMATES

494-4106 • 597-1767

Lic#13VH00893900

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

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

Call now to schedule your spring cleanup

FREE 3-D Design with any Design Built Service

10% off for New Customers FREE ATES

EMERGENCY WORK

ESTIM

609-296-5335 732-208-8733

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

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

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

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

609.709.5227

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

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

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ROOFING/SIDING

ROOFING/SIDING

ROOFING/SIDING

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

A ALL EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS

A ALL PHASES OF ROOFING/SIDING

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

A ALL H0ME IMPROVEMENTS

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. JAMES LEWIS EXTERIORS Roofing & Siding. Est. 1987. All work guaranteed. Insured, references available. Lic.#13VH00571700. Best prices! Call 609-294-2034.

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.

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

J. MCDERMOTT ROOFING

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

Roof repairs and new roofs. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. Jim 609-492-2732, Haven Beach. Lic.#13VH04826300.

Specializing In Stain Work

P&H ROOFING

A company where the owner is on the job! Repairs & Power Washing

609-384-1709

(No subcontractors)

Lic# 13VH01941200

FLOORING

We specialize in Renovations, Additions, Add-a-Level, Decks, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Vinyl Siding, Cedar Shakes, Windows, Vinyl Railings, Outside Showers. Free Estimates. Fully licensed and insured. Lic.#13VH04369400. 609-4943999. A.G.F. HOME IMPROVEMENTS All phases of home renovations. Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘Baths â&#x20AC;˘Tile â&#x20AC;˘Decks â&#x20AC;˘Fully Insured â&#x20AC;˘References â&#x20AC;˘Free Estimates. 609-971-7459. Lic.#13VH01279700.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

A ALL PHASES OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS

AFFORDABILITY J. COLLINS & SONS CARPENTRY

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.

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

ADMIRAL HOME REPAIR

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

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

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

609-597-6229 jppereiraconstruction.com

Free Estimates

Fully Insured

Reg/Lic# 13VH00319400

Jerry Milano

Joy Milano

MILANO TILE, LLC Serving LBI over 40 years

RooďŹ ng â&#x20AC;˘ Fiberglass Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Skylights â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Rails All Types of Shingles & Repairs iguanaroofinganddecks.com iguanaroofing@yahoo.com

609-294-8219

Reg./Lic.# 13VH01741000

ATLANTIC Fully Insured

609-698-7766

Free Estimates

Serving Ocean County & LBI for over 20 years

PINSTRIPE ROOFING Expert Roofing at Handyman Prices! 15-year guarantee on all installation jobs! Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Gutters â&#x20AC;˘ Leaders â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens Residential/Commercial Senior Discount

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

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

pinstriperoofing.com NJ LIC# 13VH06396300

ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS

33 YEARS IN BUSINESS

FULLY INSURED & LICENSED

KRETZER & SONS, INC.

Ceramic Tile LLC

CUSTOM BUILDERS

Marble - Natural Stone - Glass Tile

BATH & KITCHEN REMODELS REPLACEMENT WINDOWS DECKS & VINYL RAILS

Small Jobs & Repairs Welcome

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

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

Hardwood ~ Laminate ~ Bamboo ~ Cork

ROBERT SCHAMBER

Now Offering Waterproof Vinyl Plank Flooring Great for High TrafďŹ c Rentals

BUILDER LLC

HOME IMPROVEMENTS Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ Alterations â&#x20AC;˘ Window Replacements â&#x20AC;˘ Siding R Decks & Railings â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘ Baths Tel/Fax T 609-494-7006 | Cell 609-290-1530

609.276.9299

HOME IMPROVEMENTS INC.

Joseph Midure

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

LLC

Lic.# 13V02820300 Insured

N.J. Lic#13VH06719700

All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Additions â&#x20AC;˘ Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Windows â&#x20AC;˘ Doors 609-748-7870 Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘ Baths www.acqconstruction.com No Job Too Small

 Vinyl Replacement Windows  Vinyl Siding Entry Door Replacements Vinyl Railings Composite Decks Andersen Windows & Doors  Too Much to List Free Estimates â&#x20AC;˘ Serving LBI & Mainland Celebrating Our 18th Year Anniversary 25 Years Experience Fully Insured

Beyond All Expectations

SPECIALIZING IN FIBERGLASS, SIDING, VINYL RAILING & DECKS

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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

Fully Insured NJ License # 13VH04665400

609-294-0173

State Lic.#13VH06667900

Corrigan Construction Co. Est. 1987

Additions â&#x20AC;˘ Alterations Remodels â&#x20AC;˘ Renovations Elevators â&#x20AC;˘ Decks Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Windows Doors â&#x20AC;˘ Floors â&#x20AC;˘ Trim Fully Insured Free Estimates

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COAST WINDOW & DOOR

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

J. CONOSCENTI & SONS CONTRACTORS

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

MICHAEL & SON

CARPENTRY CABINETMAKER

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

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

POWER WASHERS PLUS

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

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

MALCOLM LEIGH CONSTRUCTION LLC

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

RONALD C. RIKER

POWER WASHING Prestige Power Washing

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

PAINTING A-1 SCHROEDER PAINTING

Interior/Exterior â&#x20AC;˘Power Washing â&#x20AC;˘Exterior staining our specialty â&#x20AC;˘Decks Sealed. Quality work guaranteed. 40 years experience. Free estimates. Glenn, 609-312-8263. Lic.#13VH05781700.

AL-CAT PAINTING

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

Andrew H. Grayson Painting and Contracting

â&#x20AC;˘ Deck Restoration â&#x20AC;˘ Window Cleaning â&#x20AC;˘ Powerwashing â&#x20AC;˘ Paint/Stain Summer Roof Cleaning Special

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

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HONEY-DO HOME REPAIRS

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

CARPENTRY HOME REPAIR â&#x20AC;˘MAINTENANCE. LBI based. Wind Damage, Doors, Locks, Siding, Roofing, Drywall, Andersen Windows, Fences, Rotted Wood. Lic.#13VH02403900. 609-713-2400, 609-713-2405.

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

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

D. Cerillo

Construction LLC

EXTERIOR/ INTERIOR

Home Improvements & Handyman Service

NO JOB TOO SMALL

609-361-1332

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

HOUSE WATCH

HOUSE WATCH

BYRNE PAINTING

All Winter House Watch $55/Month

EYE on LBI

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

Howard Painting & Staining

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

ON POINT CUSTOM PAINTING LLC

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

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

PAINTING & POWER WASHING

609-994-7379

Frank Co. Painting & Paperhanging

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

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

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GARRAMONE DESIGN

Construction Full Home Construction & Remodeling Service Storm Prep Service â&#x20AC;˘ Hurricane Shutters Impact Resistant Glass, Windows & Doors Additions â&#x20AC;˘ Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘ Baths Decks - Composite & Fiberglass â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Rails www.garramonedesign.com

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

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Hansonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House Painting, LLC #1 Summer Prices! 609-271-4708 Leo Hanson â&#x20AC;˘ Owner/Painting Contractor

Interior/Exterior â&#x20AC;˘ Power Washing Staining â&#x20AC;˘ Professional Window Cleaning Where Excellent Quality at a Reasonable Price Still Matters! NJ Reg./Lic.#13VH05425800 Join us on Facebook!

SKIP BUTLERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S WINDOWS AND DOORS CARPENTRY, SHEETROCK & PAINTING

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BUILDERS & CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS

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609-713-8352

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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.

House Watch Property Mgmt Services

By Jim Ratigan, LBI & BHW since 2001 FULL TIME. Background: Heating, Electrical, Plumbing, Property Management & Maintenance, 30+ years! Personalized Service. Weekly house checks.

PAINT & HAMMER

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

All Exteriors/Interiors Staining Free Estimates Fully Insured

Over 25 Yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Experience

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PAINTING

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REMODELING â&#x20AC;˘ ADDITIONS â&#x20AC;˘ DECKS TRIM WORK â&#x20AC;˘ EXTERIOR STAIRWAYS DECORATIVE OUTDOOR WOODWORK EXTERIOR SHOWERS â&#x20AC;˘ NO JOB TOO SMALL

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INSTRUCTION

BUSINESS SERVICES

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME. Medical, Business, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 888-220-5975. www.CenturaOnline.com

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

Certified High School Math Teacher tutoring summer months. LBI/ surrounding. Specializing in Algebra/Geometry/Pre-Calc/SAT prep. References available. 609-6188582.

CHILD CARE

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

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

609-494-SURF

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MATH & SCIENCE TUTOR

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

ADULT CARE AT HOME ELDER CARE

European caregivers, English speaking. References, licensed, bonded, insured. Call 732-899-6366. www.athome-eldercare.com Experienced caregiver looking for P/T or F/T job or will do cleaning. Call cell 609-489-3182 or home 609-549-5957.

All ages. Basic to college level. Call for more info. 609-3121477.

PETS/PET CARE

MATH TUTOR

ADOPT A PET

Certified math teacher with 27 years experience. Pre-Algebra through Calculus. Reasonable rates. 914-954-8486. Medical Office Trainees needed! Train to become a Medical Office Assistant at SC Training! No experience needed! Job placement after online training. HS diploma/GED and PC/Internet needed. 888-2086631.

SURFwithNICOLE.com

Surf Camps & Surf Lessons. All ages, all abilities, coed friendly. Experienced CPR & First Aid certified instructor. 619-398-7437.

MUSIC PRODUCTION Rock Solid Productions

Providing original music for media, TV, and film. Please visit us www.rocksolidproductionsllc.com, email rocksolid321@gmail.com or call 609-713-6325.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Local inventor seeking investment for two innovative first to market products. The Patents, Trademarks & Prototype are in place. Serious inquiries please and minimum of $10K per investor. Please contact will@me2innovations.net or visit: www.me2innovations.com

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

Is Your Computer Sluggish? PC Repair and installations, 3G network surveillance. Reasonable rates, in-home service. Patrick Har vey, Computer Technician. 609-891-0968, 609665-0466 cell. shorecomputerrepair.com pmh7@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.

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

609-978-0127

LOST A PET? Call the shelter, your pet could be there! Free tiger striped kittens, 12 weeks old, to a good home. Call 609-6988748.

PET AND HOUSE SITTING, LLC

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

609-361-8020

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

THE PET NANNY

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

CHERI 609-713-0866 WALK A DOG OR FOSTER KITTENS!

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.

LOST PETS Male, tri-colored Beagle. Missing from Manahawkin. Last seen near Mallard Island. Blue collar w/name tag ‘‘TITAN.’’ REWARD! Call 732469-9454.

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

DRIVERS - A. Duie Pyle needs owner operators & company drivers. Regional truckload operations. HOME EVERY WEEKEND! O/O average $1.84/miles. Steady year ’round work. Requires CDL-A, 2 years experience. Call Dan: 877307-4133. www.DriveforPyle.com

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.

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.

Drivers CDL-A: Your current 10-20 have you down? Why not Get Home? NEW PAY PACKAGE! 2012 tractors/trailers to boot! 888406-9046.

Ayudar en casa: La limpieza ligera & cocinar, servir, limpieza cenas. Hasta 2-3 dias por semana. Propios medios de transporte necesario. Ingles es necesario. 609-4941808.

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

BARTENDERS/SERVERS

Now Hiring Prep Cooks & Dishwasher. Apply in person, Bistro 14, 2nd Floor, Bay Village, 9th St., Beach Haven.

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 patonlbi@att.net Cleaning help needed for Long Beach Island cleaning business. Seeking mature employees with own transportation. 609-492-1710. Clerks, line cooks & dishwashers needed, PT/FT, top pay for experience. Apply in person, M&M Steam Bar, 13301 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace.

COMPANIONS/CNA/CHHA

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. Cooks, kitchen help, year ’round positions, F/T, P/T. Apply in person, Le Sorelle, 291 Route 72 East, Manahawkin.

DISHWASHER

Now hiring. Please apply in person, Bisque Restaurant, 21st & Blvd., Ship Bottom.

Drivers- Hiring EXPERIENCED/INEXPERIENCED tanker drivers! Great benefits and pay! New fleet Volvo tractors. 1 year OTR experienced required. Tanker training available. Call today 877-882-6537. www.OakleyTransport.com Energy Sales Rep, F/T & P/T, helping area homeowners cut energy bills. Commission $600-$1,000/ week. CALL IMMEDIATELY 877240-8954, or send resume to manderson@protocall.net

ENGLESIDE MOTEL & RESTAURANT

Now hiring year ’round host/hostess, experienced servers, line cooks and dishwashers. Apply in person, 30 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Experienced Reefer drivers: GREAT PAY/freight lanes from Presque Isle, MS, Boston-Leigh, PA. 800-277-0212 or www.primeinc.com Experienced drivers. Great home time! Regional LTL opportunities available in Burlington, NJ! Earn up to $1,100 or mote per week. Plenty of miles. 855-780-8011. www.driveffe.com HOUSE PARENTS- Live expense free in a beautiful Pennsylvania home working with adolescents. Full time salary for one, other may work elsewhere. Training, benefits. Help change kids’ lives. EOE. Call 267-718-1326. csfbuxmont.org Housekeeping & Front Desk, part time, immediately, summer and fall. Small Long Beach Island Motel. Call 732-245-4508.

JOEYS’ PIZZA & PASTA

HELP WANTED

Hiring

Hostess Servers Bartender Call for appointment

494-5776

LOVING KITTENS NEED GOOD HOMES

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.

Housekeeping Help Wanted Apply In Person Must Work Weekends

Litter trained. Have been checked at Barnegat Animal Clinic. Gray kitten has extra (Hemingway) toes.

609-494-2826 • Cell 609-709-2956

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

609-492-1501

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT Stafford Forge Business Park

Contractor’s Office/Workshop for rent. 1,100-14,000 sq.ft. Will divide. 609-294-4990.

Light help around house, including dinner parties, up to 2-3 days/ week. Own transportation required. 609-494-1808.

SURF CITY– RETAIL/OFFICE. Boulevard location, high traffic area. A/C, heat. Clean & sunny. Private customer parking lot.

Line cooks & dishwashers needed full and part time for Black-Eyed Susans Restaurant, Harvey Cedars. Call 609-744-7812 before 6pm.

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Looking for F/T or P/T yard help and Mercury/Mercruiser mechanic, marine experience a must. Apply in person only, West Creek Outboard, 177 Route 9.

Barnegat Crossings & Jackson Crossing

NOW HIRING SERVERS

F/T, must be available all days & shifts through Oct. Apply in person, Greenhouse Cafe, 6th & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. 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.

REAL ESTATE OFFICE

On LBI, part time, weekends. Answer phones, computer skills. Call 609-492-7277, ask for AnneMarie. Retail sales associates, FT/PT, for seasonal clothing store in Beach Haven, Seasonal-Oct. Pay DOE. Send resume, cover letter & availability to: jobs@fpcolor.com www.freshproduceclothes.com Servers wanted, waiter or waitress. Must be able to stay until end of summer. Call Vince at Calabria Restaurant, 609-492-8001 or 586764-1525. 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 AAA LOCATION

SHIP BOTTOM strip store available immediately. 609-290-1272, 609-494-2420. Ship Bottom office for rent, $450/ month, includes utilities. Call Beach Haven Auto, 609-494-0535, Mon.Sat., 9am-5pm & Sun., 9am-1pm.

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Tenants Wanted 732-747-7846

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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.

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

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Ahh- Live The Good Life

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.

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DEVELOPER CLOSEOUT SALE of bank acquired luxury condos, Sat., Aug. 18th only! Prime SW Florida location. Save up to $195,000! Gorgeous new 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo with garage. Now only $99,900. Includes all appliances, granite counters and over 1300sq.ft. of living space! Ask about our Fly & Buy Program. EXCELLENT FINANCING. Call now 877-526-3631, ext. 442.

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.

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.


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BEACHVIEW 1229 Ridge Ave. Custom built, 4BR, 3½BA, woooded acre, in-law suite and business office with separate entrances.

$439K

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On the causeway.

4,000 sq.ft. Waterfront Home in Sweetwater, NJ. Geothermal heat, 150ft. bulkhead, $550K. Call 609965-4795 for more information, or visit www.mullicariverhomes.com Beach Haven 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. Resort lifestyle- 2 pools, tennis, Bocci, gym, gated. 6-year-old house, beautifully furnished & turn key. Only 10 miles from LBI in Barnegat. $269,000. Call 609-7094469. Ship Bottom, 315 West 17th St. Quiet, cozy, bayview cottage. 1BR, all amenities. Inquire within.

Asking $279,000

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.

RENTAL WANTED Elderly retired gentleman seeks 1BR apartment with bathroom & kitchenette, year ’round, in Barnegat Light, High Bar Harbor or North Loveladies. Non smoker, no drugs, no pets. Hearing problem. Write PO Box 768, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006.

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Beach Haven, modern, clean, 1bedroom apar tment. Available weekly, bi-weekly. Call for more info, 201-410-2516.

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

Available 10/1/12-4/30/13. Brant Beach, second floor, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $900/month plus utilities & security. 609-335-7662. www.lbislandvacation.com

Ship Bottom, 2BR, 1BA, fully furnished. Available Sept. to June. Close to bridge. $950/month plus utilities. Call 609-647-2354.

Barnegat Light duplex, bayside views. 1st floor, 3BR, 1BA, newly renovated, all amenities. Available Sept.-May, $850/month + utilities. Pet ok. 610-573-9622.

Ship Bottom, oceanfront, second floor condo. 2BR, all amenities. Available 10/1, $800/month + utilities. Call Eileen Matson, Mary Allen Realty, 609-709-9503.

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

BARNEGAT LIGHT REDUCED!

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. 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, 3 bedrooms, second floor. Deck, second from beach, ocean view. Walk to stores, clubs, Surflight Theatre. Available now through Chowderfest. Call 609492-4585. Brant Beach, 3-bedroom, second floor duplex, amenities, off-street parking. $830/week. NO PETS. 609-361-4662. 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. Harvey Cedars, 4BR, 3BA, newly renovated. Close to bay and beach. Great family-friendly neighborhood. Available 8/25-9/4, $4,000. Call 609-661-4163 or email jettywrench@gmail.com 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.

HISTORIC BARNEGAT

10 minutes to LBI. Walking distance to town or bayfront amenities. Victorian style Shore house privately set on a Sea Captain Estate. 2-3BR, reversed living/w upper deck, cathedral ceiling & open floor plan. C/A, W/D, cable, grill. Summer, $800/week; year ’round, $1,500/month + utilities. Call 609-488-0526.

Barnegat Light, SPECTACULAR VIEWS of ocean, inlet/historic lighthouse! Immaculate, completely renovated, upper floor, 3BR, 1.5BA, W/D, all amenities. Available 8/25-9/1, $1,500/week. 201288-1981, 201-927-6421.

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.

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

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

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 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.

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 9/18. $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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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.

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. Fire sale! Any week left, $750. Will entertain winter or yearly rental. 2BR, 1 block to beach. Just park the car! Call 856-866-9355. Tuckerton area, furnished 2BR, 2BA townhome. Fitness center, pool, sauna, tennis court. Call for details, 609-294-2404.

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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. bedbridge@verizon.net 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

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Shelter Harbor Marina. 2BR, sleeps 6, WiFi, large deck, all new. Sept./Oct., $1,000/week. Mancini Realty Co., 609-4922256. Info: www.shelterharbormarina.c om

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Ship Bottom, Best Time Is Sept.! 3BR, amenities, internet, large porch, off-street parking. Great view. Private beach area. Available 9/8-9/15. 267-808-7492.

Loveladies #99B LB Blvd.

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Loveladies #85C LB Blvd.

Oceanside, sleeps 10. 9/22, $1,350; 9/29, $1,050; 10/6, $900. 610-417-6119 or email kstacy33@yahoo.com www.shore4rent.com

$825/month, Beach Haven Terrace, oceanside, near Acme. 2BR, 1BA, W/D, completely renovated, furnished & equipped. Cable included. Available 11/1. 609-3100718.

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.

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

Ship Bottom, oceanblock. Weekly: 3- & 5-bedroom houses and 1- & 3bedroom apartments. No pets/ smoking. Off-street parking. Call 609-661-1199.

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

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

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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) Beach Haven, bay views, 2BR, loft, fully furnished, fully equipped kitchen. No pets. Long season or possible year ’round. $1,100-$1,500/ month. 609-290-2440, call after 3pm. Beach Haven West, on lagoon w/ dock. 4BR, 2BA, laundry room, new kitchen, C/A. No pets/smoking. $1,450/month + utilities. 732489-5607. 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. Brant Beach, 1-bedroom apartment, $800/month, utilities included. Available Oct. to May. Studio also available, $600/month, utilities included. Call 609-494-5392. 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. High Bar Harbor, bayside waterfront home. 3BR, 2BA, gas heat. Available Sept.-May. Call for details, 609-661-0997. 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, $1,400/month plus utilities. Call 609-932-0673. Peahala Park, LBI. Adorable 2BR, 1BA, furnished, DW, A/C, gas heat, microwave, ceiling fans, O/S shower, private yard w/deck. Internet & Direct TV available. No smoking/ pets. $750/month + utilities/security. 609-492-5685, 914-805-1077. (View picture71005 online)

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, bayside cottage, private entrance, 1BR, 1BA, furnished, cable, W/D. No pets/smoking. Available 9/15/12-5/24/13, $650/month plus utilities/security. WiFi available. 732-718-4686. (View picture71004 online) Spray Beach, furnished, 2-bedroom, 1-bath bungalow. Living room, dining area, galley kitchen, $750/month + utilities and security. Call Dom, 609-280-6447. 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. 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. 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.

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.

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.

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

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Move in by 8/31/12, pay $500 security. Ask about the free rent special! Call 609-294-2404. 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. Brant Beach, 3BR apartment. Furnished or unfurnished. DW, A/C. No smoking/pets. $950/month + utilities/security. References, credit check. 845-721-6835.

Ship Bottom, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Furnished, W/D, dishwasher, A/C, gas heat, deck, grill. $950/month + utilities. No smoking/pets. 201-2489573.

Deer Lake Park, Manahawkin, 3BR, 2BR, W/D, new kitchen, bath, carpet, wood floors. $1,450/month + utilities. Available 9/1. Call 609713-7729.

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.

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YEAR ROUND RENTALS 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.

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WATERFRONT, furnished, 4bedroom ranch with 54ft. bulkhead. All amenities. SUPER CLEAN! Call for more info, 732841-0746. (View picture66019 online) Manahawkin (Colony Lakes), 2bedroom, 2-bath ranch. Unfurnished, family room, 1-car garage. Totally renovated. $1,750/month + utilities & security. 973-769-8017. 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. Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom apartment, C/A, nice/clean. $1,150/ month, includes electric & heat. Available now. Call 973-812-0882, 551-580-4710.

PERSONAL WATERCRAFT 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.

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 ejhope@aol.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.

Tuckerton Beach waterfront, 2BR, 1BA. Completely remodeled inside & out, new everything! No smoking. $1,275/month + utilities. Credit check. 609-661-1033.

15ft. 1986 Hobie Power Skiff, center console, 30hp Suzuki 4 stroke, very low hours. Depth finder, galvanized trailer. $3,900/OBO. 609494-9563.

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.

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.

VILLAGE ON THE GREEN

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

August Special!

Move in by 8/31/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2424.

AUTO REMOVAL

CASH PAID

For your unwanted cars & trucks. TOP DOLLAR PAID. FREE TOWING. Call daytime 609-268-0365, eve. 609-230-5998.

AUTOS FOR SALE 2001 white Jeep Wrangler. 4 cylinder, 5-speed manual. Low milage. 39,000. No air conditioning. Asking $8,400. Call 609-618-3208. 2004 Honda Accord EX, red, 20,100 miles. Beautiful condition, one owner. Loaded. $13,000. Brant Beach. 260-413-2641.

AUTOS WANTED DONATE your car, truck or boat to HERITAGE for the BLIND. FREE 3 day vacation, tax deductible, FREE towing, ALL paperwork taken care of. 888-438-1090. Honda, Toyota, Nissans, SUVs and Jeeps. All vehicles WANTED. 2001 and UP. Top Cash Paid. 24 hour CASH pick-up. Any condition. 732-496-1633.

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.

16ft. 2000 Sandpiper. 9.9hp Johnson. Great starter boat, good condition. $2,000. In Beach Haven. Call 609-492-8131.

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BOATS FOR SALE

BOATS FOR SALE

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.

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)

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.

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. 1973 Morgan Sloop. Yamaha 8hp, 4-stroke w/10 hours, electric start. Good sails, many accessories. $2,950/OBO ($2,000 without engine). Info 609-978-0921. (View picture81031 online) 22ft. 2001 Angler CC Fisherman. 200hp Merc, GPS/DF, VHF, swim platform, trailer. Marina maintained. $10,500. Located LEH. Call 609296-6227. 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)

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

22ft. Trophy, 1996 Merc, 120hp. All electronics, new dual batteries, all canvas. Well maintained w/trailer. Low hours. $8,900. Cell 201-6152398.

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.

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

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) 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.

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.

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As Easy To Use As 1-2-3! 1. Open Online Classifieds at www.thesandpaper.net to see alphabetical list of categories. 2. Click on BOATS FOR SALE category to scroll through individual ads in an easy-to-read format. 3. Ads which have pictures attached for viewing on our web site will end with a (View picture online) link.

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. 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)

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

BOAT DETAILING COASTAL DETAILING. Year ’round mobile detailing service. Years of experience detailing boats and all autos. Call for competitive prices. 609-290-2415. 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.

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.

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.

BOAT SLIPS

USED BOAT SALES

WANTED ALL MODELS

$ CASH $ PAID!

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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.

STACK’S PILINGS & DOCKS LLC

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

609-978-1175

BOAT HAULING

SHRINK WRAP NACE’S SHRINK WRAP

We come to your location. All covers vented to prevent mildew. 609-660-0669.

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

GARY GOVE

OUTDOOR DECK-ORS,INC.

BOAT ACCESSORIES

SAIL REPAIRS

16ft. Hobie main sail, ‘Tequilla Sunrise’ color, very good condition. $395. Located in Harvey Cedars. 908-334-7943.

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

Marine Construction

CARL’S RIGGING LLC

Fully Insured • Free Estimates

BAYVIEW CANVAS

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.

T/A SURF BULKHEADING & DOCKS

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

CARDAN

Docks • Davits • Vinyl Bulkheading Decks • Repair Work

609-698-1536 609-492-3300 Lic#13VH05229500

KAYAK RENTALS Acme Kayaks and SUPS

Free lessons. Family tours. Rentals. New SUP package $499! 84th St., Brighton Beach. 609-492-5150. acmesurfandsport.com

Builders & Developers of Waterfront Property

T/A SURF BULKHEADING & DOCKS

Bulkheads • Docks • Davits Boat Lifts • Marine Inspections 609-597-3391

RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL UM M A GN IF T S B O AT L

Servicing the LBI Community for more than 20 years Fully licensed and insured Lic# 13VH02879600

Custom Waterfront Construction Docks • Vinyl Bulkheads 609-361-1400 609 361 1400

under New Management Family Owned & Operated Pet & Kid Friendly

FREE ESTIMATES • FULLY INSURED State & Local Permits

609-971-1780 Reg/Lic# 13VH015848900

Detailing • Power Washing Summer Slips Up to 50ft. Jet Ski Slips • Rack Service • Fuel Dock Winter Storage • New Amenities 3110 LB Blvd., Brant Beach

www.outdoordeckors.com

BULKHEAD INSTALLATION & REPAIRS DOCKS • DECKS • EXCAVATION PIERS • PERMITS

609-857-5185

Holgate Marina

NJ LIC.#13VH05898400

609-597-4513 www.kngmarine.com

HOUSE RAISING AND MOVING

www.AtlanticStructureMovers.com

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609 597 3538 • BOAT LIFTS • DOCKS • PERMITS • FOUNDATION PILINGS

Barge Work • House Pilings House Raising • Docks Bulkheads • Piers • Boatlifts

Call the Experts 609-296-9063 Sales@amonconstruction.com Reg. Lic. #13VH00017900

Your Quality Contractor

“Serving LBI and Surrounding areas since 1954” To Learn more, visit us @ www.bulkheading.com or Call

609-597-8426

Reg./Lic.# 13VH00808800

Boat Lifts Authorized Dealer

The SandPaper/Wednesday, August 8, 2012

MARINE CONSTRUCTION

SLIPS & STORAGE


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• Angel Soft Double Roll •Blue Bunny Novelties Bath Tissue 18-Pack •Dole Fruit Bars

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6 to 12-ct., Strawberry, Acai Blue or Variety Pack

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1-lb. cont., Cole Slaw, Sweet Slaw, Macaroni, Potato & Egg or

Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna

Black Bear Potato Salad

34.5-oz. can Country Roast Only

Folgers Ground Coffee

Limit 4 Per Variety

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Golden Pineapple

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Celeste Pizza for One

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USDA CHOICE BEEF

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Sale Prices: 2.99 lb. to 4.54 lb.

Sale Prices: .77 lb. to 5.99 ea.

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Price on package reflects Sale Retail

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Black Bear American Cheese

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Cantaloupe Melons

Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops

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Fresh Live Lobster

lb.

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ShopRite Sale Price

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Wild Caught, Never Frozen

Fresh Alaska Coho Salmon Fillet

Frozen

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Limit 4

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From Government Certified Waters

Boneless, Skinless, Previously Frozen

2.00 Alaska Cod Fillet

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Brawny Giant Roll Towels 8-Pack

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Limit 4 Per Variety

Minute Maid Punches

Reg. Retails: 3.39 to 29.09 ea.

Sale Prices: 1.69 to 14.54 ea.

Limit 4 Per Variety

Grown Fresh. Grown Locally. Grown for ShopRite. It wouldn’t be summer without a fresh, juicy Jersey tomato on the table!

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Jersey tomatoes have attitude and are a stand out right now at ShopRite. These garden favorites are perfectly suited for life in New Jersey! The Ramapo tomato got its pedigree at Rutgers University in 1968. But it wasn’t until 2008 that they were introduced by our local farmers into the marketplace. You’ll find the Ramapo and many other Jersey varieties available to try right now.

18 to 22-lb., Seeded or 15 to 18-lb. avg., Seedless

Whole Red Watermelon

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Product of USA

Green Beans

Grape Tomatoes

Green Squash

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Purple Eggplant

Green Peppers

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Red Ripe 4 to 6-oz. cont., Any Variety Whips, Light Thick & Creamy (Excluding Original, Original Thick & Creamy, Greek & Lactose Free)

Jersey Tomatoes

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59-oz. cont., Any Variety Ades or (Excluding Light Lemonade)

1.00

30 to 300-ct. btl. Any Variety

Sundown Vitamins

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48-oz. cont., Carb Smart Dairy Dessert or Any Variety

Dynamo or Fab 2X Ultra Detergent

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Tilapia Fillet 2-lb. Bag Live Littleneck Clams 50-ct.

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Barilla Pasta

14.1-oz. pkg., 20-ct., Any Variety, Toss Ins or 50-oz. btl. Liquid Laundry

Jumbo Snow Crab Legs FINAL COST

12-oz. to 1-lb. box, Any Variety, Regular or Whole Grain (Excluding Plus, Jumbo Shells, Lasagne & Vegetable Piccolini)

12-Size

3-lbs. or More, Pork Loin, Regular or Tender Choice

8 to 10-oz. Cluster, Frozen, Cooked

lb.

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Regular Retails: 1.29 lb. to 9.99 ea.

Store Sliced, Premium, Yellow or White

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Black Bear Turkey Breast

lb.

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(Excluding Roasted, Rotisserie, Oven Ready, IQF Wings, IQF Frozen Boneless Breast, IQF Tenders and Frozen Cornish Hens & Frozen Fully Cooked Chicken Wings)

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Store Sliced, 98% Fat Free, Oven Roasted Honey Glazed, Mesquite or Catering Style

7.99 -2.00

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Perdue Fresh Poultry

London Broil

Pepsi 12-Pack

ShopRite Bath Tissue 12-Pk.

Limit 4

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144-oz. tot. wt. cans (Plus Deposit or Fee Where Required) 12-oz. Cans, Sierra Mist, Mtn. Dew or

12,000 tot. sht. ct. pkg.

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Boneless Beef (Sold as London Broil Only) (Excluding Flank Steak, The Original London Broil)

ShopRite Sale Price

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Yoplait Light Yogurt Only

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Kellogg’s Cereal

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Prices, programs and promotions effective Wed., Aug. 8 thru Sat., Aug. 11, 2012 in NJ, North of Trenton (excluding Ewing, Hamilton Square, Hamilton Marketplace, Pennington and Montague, NJ, and Rockland County, NY), including E. Windsor, Monmouth & Ocean Counties, NJ. Sunday sales subject to local blue laws. No sales made to other retailers or wholesalers. In order to assure a sufficient supply of sale items for all our customers, we must reserve the right to limit purchases of any sale item to 4 purchases, per item, per customer, per week, except where otherwise noted. Minimum purchase requirements noted for any item in ad excludes prescription medications, gift cards, gift certificates, postage stamp sales, money orders, money transfers, lottery tickets, bus ticket sales, fuel and Metro passes, as well as milk, cigarettes, tobacco products and alcoholic beverages or any other items prohibited by law. Only one manufacturer coupon may be used per item and we reserve the right to limit manufacturer coupon redemptions to four (4) identical coupons per household per day, unless otherwise noted or further restricted by manufacturer. Sales tax is applied to the net retail of any discounted item or any ShopRite coupon item. Sales tax is applied to the full price of any item discounted with the use of a manufacturers’ coupon. Not responsible for typographical errors. Artwork does not necessarily represent items on sale; it is for display purposes only. Copyright© Wakefern Food Corp., 2012. All rights reserved.

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6 to 10-ct. box, Champ Cones, (Excluding Sweet Freedom Bars) 10 to 12-ct., Ice Cream Sandwiches 8-ct., Blue Bunny Cadbury Bars, Any Variety


WELCOME TO GIGLIO AWNING LBI’S MOST TRUSTED, RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED FULL SERVICE AWNING COMPANY!

Giglio Awning has been serving customers on LBI and surrounding areas since 1976. We have designed our service programs to meet all of our customers needs. Our showroom is open year ‘round.

SERVICES

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Sales • 2 Week Delivery Guaranteed Excellent Warranties Competitive Prices Certified Technicians Web-Based Sign-Up for Fall/Spring On-Line or Hard Copy Service Contracts No Rate Increase 2012-13

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MAINTAINENCE Canopies, awnings and shutters are investments. To extend their life and keep them looking as beautiful as the day they were installed, we provide expert cleaning and year-round maintenance.

Canopies & Awnings

Shutters Installation • Removal of Sand

Installation “Take-downs” and “rehangs” of seasonal awnings and canopies Hand-cleaning by professionals Awning Recovers • Awning Repairs Storage • Emergency Repairs

Cleaning and waxing to help protect against corrosion Shutter Repair • Emergency Repairs

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If you are considering purchasing an awning, canopy, dome, hurricane shutters or outdoor furniture, you can gather information from our website in preparation prior to visiting our showroom. Our website features details about our products, free in-home estimates, testimonials, F.A.Q., on-line service contracts and more. It is easy to navigate and features pictures of our products.

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The SandPaper, August 8, 2012, Vol. 38, No. 31  

The Newsmagazine of Long Beach Island and Southern Ocean County, New Jersey

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