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Features

Keeping Causeway Colors Flying .........16 Manahawkin resident updates Old Glory on bay bridge

Eagles Nest Takes Flight ........................18 Mainland airport growing with the times

Olympian to Unwind on LBI ................20 Distance runner Julie Culley calls Island her ‘happy place’

Departments

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Critics’ ‘Best All-Time Film’ Is Enough to Make One’s Head Spin By BILL BONVIE ack during my “basic training” for a journalistic career as editor-in-chief of my college newspaper, I was approached by an eager-beaver-type chap who said he wanted to write movie reviews. Since this would-be critic could show me nothing in the way of previous work, I asked him to provide us with a sample. A couple of days later, he was back with some ecstatic prose in praise of whatever film was currently playing at the local cinema, ending in the unforgettable line “It is a very good movie that I soon hope to see.” What reminded me of that long-ago “screening session” was reading about the latest choices of a group of 846 international critics for “top ten films of all times,” based on a poll taken once every decade and published in the British Film Institute’s magazine. Or, more precisely, it was the realization that none of these supposed unsurpassed models of moviemaking had been released after 1968

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Beach Baby Dynamo By TED RITTER uch like her big sister, Jayne, now 7, my youngest daughter, Dorian, now at nearly 18 months, loves the beach. This works out well for us, of course, because we also love the beach. However, as it became increasingly evident all this summer, Dorian’s idea of how to enjoy the beach has been considerably different from ours. For example, Dorian has shown no interest in relaxing and simply taking in the sun and salty air in Surf City. In fact, the only relaxing part of Dorian’s beach day is a quiet ride in her Radio Flyer wagon from Grampy’s house up to the beach. From the moment the wagon and its accompanying trailer are parked, Dorian hits the ground running. Happily calling out to the sea gulls along the way, Dorian ambles across the freshly groomed sand, looking for the encampments of other families. But Dorian’s not looking to greet the family members she suddenly takes by surprise; rather, she immediately begins trying out their toys, shovels and buckets. Dorian also enjoys plopping down into as many unoccupied beach chairs as she can find. After sitting for a moment, she typically responds “no,” meaning she doesn’t like the chair, and then moves on to the next with an indifferent wave. By the time we catch up with her, she has usually “met” several people in her self-appointed role as hospitality envoy. And, thanks in part to the “DORIAN” New Jersey license plate on her wagon trailer, people always seem to remember her; she’s on a first-name basis with several families at this point. Before long, Dorian makes her way from the beach to the ocean. Whereas Jayne at this age would, and practically still does, charge directly into the ocean regardless Continued on Page 8

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– three of them dating back to the silent movie era. How likely is it that even the most avid movie enthusiast has either found or will find an opportunity to watch Ozu’s “Tokyo Story” (1953), Renior’s “La Règle du jeu” (1939) or Murnau’s “Sunrise: A Song for Two Humans” (1927), which were the critics’ third, fourth and fifth choices? And what about the critics’ eighth and ninth selections, the 1929 Soviet documentary “Man With a Movie Camera” and “The Passion of Joan of Arc” (1927)? Then there are the remaining films among the top 10 that contemporary viewers either might have seen or can still readily access. Let’s start with the pictures chosen to lead the latest list. It seems that after half a century of occupying the No. 1 spot, the controversial 1941 classic “Citizen Kane” has somehow been nudged into the No. 2 position by a “new” greatest film of all time – Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 psychological thriller “Vertigo.” Whether or not you think the excessively melodramatic “Citizen Kane” actually merited its former top-of-the-heap designation, it would certainly qualify as having been perhaps the most provocative picture in Hollywood history, given newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst’s attempts to not only censor it, but literally destroy it. But, then, one really can’t blame Hearst, considering how its star, director and co-writer, the brash young novice Orson Welles, caricatured him in the movie and then killed him off a decade before his actual death. (Hearst was known to be especially averse to talk of his own demise.) “Citizen Kane,” in fact, was about as precarious a proposition as any studio ever embarked on, and its very survival is something that makes it a singular achievement in the annals of filmdom. “Vertigo,” however, is another story entirely – a mildly intriguing one at best with a plot device that even one of its more enthusiastic reviewers, New York Times critic Bosley Crowther, described as “devilishly far-fetched” and a character transformation that pushes the limits of credibility as well. Continued on Page 12

Bicycling No-Nos: Stay Off Sidewalks To the Editor: Being just a frequent visitor to LBI and not a resident like George Leonhardt (“That’s the Ticket – Be Fair, Objective,” 8/22), I cannot talk about the police response to motor vehicle violations, but I can completely agree with him on the lack of enforcement of bicycle regulations. I understand it is much more difficult to nab bike riders, but since most of the people riding are renters of the bikes, houses or both, posting of bike regulations at house rentals, as is done for trash pickup, should be done. Regulations should be included in the packets they get from rental offices. Rental shops should provide this information to every renter. The most flagrant problem is riding on the

sidewalk. In many areas of LBI, the sidewalks are barely large enough for two pedestrians, and there are phone poles in the middle, while the Boulevard is plenty wide enough in most areas for cars and bikes to share the road. Sidewalks are for pedestrians. Although there is no state law prohibiting it, some municipalities have passed laws against bicyclists using the sidewalks. The communities on LBI should consider such a measure for the safety of pedestrians and the cyclists, themselves. Many roads have bike lanes and ample space for the cyclists without them being on already crowded and tiny sidewalks. Gary Cooper South Brunswick, N.J. Continued on Page 8

Just Look What Became of ‘Old Borough Hall’ By PAT ADAIR n a hot, humid Saturday afternoon this summer, the phone rang. It was my son asking me to come to the store “because Sherry has something for you for our anniversary.” Anniversary? What anniversary? Then I realized that 40 years before on this date we had opened for our first day of what became Country Corner Farm Market. I assumed Sherry had made and decorated one of her beautiful cakes. When I got to the store, there was a break in business and a very large bag was standing upright with a box inside. “What kind of cake can that be?” I thought. Very carefully, I pulled the box out. It didn’t feel like a cake. Hmm. I opened the box and saw a green, checked quilt. I opened it a little more and remarked the pattern was similar to curtains we had. I thanked her and started to refold it. Everyone shouted, “Open it all the way!” I did, and on

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the front was a patchwork of different shirts we have had over the years. When I saw it, all 40 years came rushing back. Good things! Bad things! Successes! Failures! And most of all, a parade of faces who had worn the different shirts over the years. Some came to us while in high school through college and then went into the real world. Some were there for only a season or two. Without them, it would never have worked. It had all started in a tavern, the Port Hole in Ship Bottom. We were waiting to play shuffleboard: my brothers Gene and Jack, Dennis and his wife, Floraine, my husband, Barry, and I. We started to discuss how to help pay the taxes for the “old borough hall.” (Dad had bought the building in 1967 and had it moved to Ninth Street.) Gene and Jack were still involved in Dad’s business; Dennis and I taught school. Lots of business ideas came to

mind: a boutique – very big in 1972; a bakery – we remembered Jansch’s on the corner of Ninth and Central; produce – there once was a stand where Ron Jon is now; and antiques – we had a lot of those. We should do something to help Dad. We decided to combine antiques and a boutique inside the building and put a shed roof up for the produce on the west side. The antiques we had were Dad’s. The stuff for the boutique was bought in NYC. Brother Jack and I made a special trip in his Pinto. The same Pinto brought our first load of produce from Hunt’s Point, N.Y. The load included bags and a hanging scale. We had three house refrigerators to keep everything cold. We were ready! We built the shed roof with corrugated plastic about 10 feet by 20 feet. The next year, we doubled its size and added a refrigerated Continued on Page 12


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obey the rules from now on, and try, in the future, not to be so full of himself. William O’Fallon Brentwood, Tenn.

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To the Editor: Barnegat Light has sensible rules about where swimmers can swim – between the flags during the summer from 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. It also has rules about where surfers can surf – outside the flags. These rules are for the safety of swimmers: If they are within the flags the lifeguards can keep a close eye on them. In the 20-plus years I have been coming to Barnegat Light, I have seen many a rescue by the dedicated and conscientious lifeguards overseen by Don Adams. The rule about surfers staying outside the flag area is, of course, so a board does not strike a swimmer. Lifeguards frequently have to whistle errant surfers back outside the flag area, either because they don’t know the rules or the current drags them into the no-surf area. I have never seen a surfer refuse to comply with a guard’s signal – until last Tuesday, Aug. 28. A surfer was surfing right down the middle between the flags when the guard whistled and signaled him to go outside the flags. He didn’t comply. The guard did it again and the surfer stayed put. The third time the surfer came in and I assumed he was new to the area and would simply ask the guard what the rules were. Instead he started arguing with the guard. I couldn’t hear, but I saw that the surfer was yelling and very animated. Then he stood aside and waited until Mr. Adams came. “Don will set him straight,” I told my son, who also saw the rule-breaking surfer. But after Mr. Adams came and they talked, lo and behold, the surfer went right back into the water between the flags again! Mr. Adams left and I went up to the guard as he was leaving for lunch. I asked him what the story was. The lifeguard told me the surfer was Barnegat Light Councilman Scott Sharpless and that he told the guard who he was and that the guard had no business telling him where he could or could not surf! The guard told me Mr. Sharpless was rude, belittling and totally unwilling listen to the reasons for the surfing rules. I was flabbergasted! “So what did Don say?” I asked the guard, who would prefer to remain anonymous. The guard said Mr. Adams said he, too, tried to explain the rules to Mr. Sharpless and that was all he could do. The guard was mad and I don’t blame him one bit. I can’t imagine what would happen if everyone just obeyed the rules when they chose to. One serious injury would be catastrophic, both for the person injured and for the borough of Barnegat Light after a potential lawsuit. I am sad that the guard, who was admirably doing his job, had to take the abuse he did from an elected official. Mr. Sharpless should apologize to the guard, tell Mr. Adams he will

To the Editor: I wanted to send a note to commend the amazing lifeguards and medical staff that have been working on the Harvey Cedars beaches these past few weeks. Last Tuesday, my husband was hurt in the ocean. It was very scary. Our lifeguard was in the water helping him, and within seconds Otto, another guard, a doctor and the paramedics were all on site. It was amazing. They Continued on Page 10

Continued from Page 6 of conditions or time of year, Dorian takes a considerably different approach. As she gets closer, she stops and lets the water ebb toward her cute, little feet. She takes her time, trying to decide whether she wants to get wet or just watch and listen to the waves and point to things of interest. If she’s in an adventurous mood, especially if her sister is already in the water, Dorian will motion for me to take her in, too. As long as the ocean’s warm and it’s not too rough, Dorian enjoys it when I hold her up in chest-high water with our faces close together. She smiles and squeals and waves to her sister and her mommy and, when she’s had enough, lets me know with her trademark “no” and a quick pointing gesture to the west. There is virtually no time for a quiet snack or a “sippy cup” in Dorian’s beach day. After her dip in the ocean, she’s ready to play in the wet sand and “help” her sister or new friends build sand castles or, more typically, load up her bucket with sand or water and repeatedly dump out and refill. Finally, as if a switch has been flipped, Dorian stands up and looks around for us. Soaked with seawater, coated with sand and with a swollen swimmy diaper peeking out from her little swimsuit, she begins walking away from the ocean and toward the dunes. “Bye! Bye!” she calls out loudly, pointing and waving to anyone she sees. Ideally, we don’t dare ignore this cue because if Dorian gets too irritable, the hike back to the house can be most unpleasant for us – and anyone within earshot, for that matter. For, at this point, Dorian is done ruling the beach for the day. Following a quick outdoor shower, a change into a comfy romper and lunch, Dorian’s ready for a nap. And, just like her sister and us, Dorian’s post-beach sleep on LBI seems as deep, restful and restorative as it can possibly be. Y Ted Ritter lives in Westfield, N.J., and vacations in Surf City.

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Mancini and Commissioners Joseph Lattanzi and Ralph Bayard, who are doing a fine job. I just wonder if our form of government shouldn’t be revised to a five-member council that could better represent more of the separate segments of our split-up community. We have Holgate, another large area from North Beach Haven to Brant Beach, North Beach, Loveladies and High Bar Harbor. These elements of LBT could each have their own representative on a five-member board, which would include the mayor. Our current board is doing an excellent job of governing and representing the people of LBT, but our politics are such that we do allow others to participate and seek office to represent us. This election, Greg Kopenhaver of Brant Beach is running for a seat on the commission. Greg is my neighbor in Brant Beach. He is a retired police of���cer from Philadelphia, is very politically astute, always listens to people’s suggestions and is very involved in LBT affairs. I lean seriously to voting for him and urge other LBT residents to vote for Greg. While I haven’t quite made up my mind yet on who else I will vote for, I am so pleased that we have the freedom of choice, and I urge all registered voters in LBT to exercise that right in the upcoming local municipal elections on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Hank DiPasquale Brant Beach

Change Changeovers To the Editor: Based on what I’ve seen and heard from one-week vacationers renting next door to me in Beach Haven, the Saturday-only changeover rule could use a little outside-the-box thinking. The vacationing family arrives on a Saturday after a long, grueling drive in almost bumper to bumper traffic only to find no parking space in front of the house they rented. They then have the job of unloading all their belongings from down the street. And Fridays are becoming the new Saturday. This year a neighboring rental family arrived early on Friday morning and had to unload from way down the block. But then they were happy to find the street right in front of their house empty starting Monday. Also, there are the cleaning crews who have to lug their equipment from down the block and then have to squeeze maybe 10 or 12 houses into the small window allotted them because of the Saturday changeover rule. True, many people can only manage weekend visits, and some one-week visitors have employers who rigidly schedule vacation time to run Monday through Friday only. Those people have no choice and, bless them, must endure the Friday-Saturday nightmare. But there are some whose vacation time can be flexible so that they can enjoy a full week or two running Monday to Monday, Tuesday to Tuesday, etc. I know there are many areas on the Island where parking is not the problem it is in the middle of Beach Haven. People like me just stay home weekends for two months a year, but I feel sorry for the vacationers for whom it could be easier. Ginnie Gottshall Beach Haven

Postal Non-Service To the Editor: We’ve all heard that the U.S. Postal Service is in dire straits. Postal rates continue to rise on a regular basis, yet the service can’t seem to stop the bleeding. Perhaps I have a partial answer … service. The other day, once again I visited the post office in Long Beach Township, and once again I left without completing my business. As I waited at the desk, I could clearly hear a conversation taking place around the corner and out of sight. This conversation had absolutely nothing to do with the postal business, yet must have been important enough for the Continued on Page 14


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Continued from Page 6 It also features some of the most amateurish and, indeed, laughable special-effects graphics ever created in the pre-computer era. That as mediocre a mystery as “Vertigo” should have somehow managed to reach so dizzying a height of distinction is something that causes my head to spin. But what I really would like to know is how such conventional cinematic fare is accorded an honor that I, and many others, believe rightfully belongs to a picture that has never been surpassed for historical grandeur, casting, acting, direction and all-around magnificence in more than 70 years. I’m referring, of course, to the 1939 production of Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone with the Wind.” Despite the utter chaos that accompanied its filming – and the triteness of its opening description of the antebellum South – movie-making just doesn’t get any better than this, either then or now. Yet, incredibly, it is nowhere to be found on that roster of 10 greatest films. Nor, for that matter, are two other vintage cinematic classics I would definitely regard as top-10 material: “The African Queen” (1951) and Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning dramatic comedy, “The Apartment” (1960). Probably somewhat more familiar to most contemporary viewers than either “Vertigo” or “Citizen Kane,” however, is No. 6 on the list – Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”

Continued from Page 6 display case to sell eggs, butter and milk. Bookcases displayed jellies, salad dressings and bread. One of our customers gave us his old cash register. We felt that we were living high on the hog! On Aug. 5,1974, a sudden thunderstorm came through the center of the Island, taking our roof to the traffic circle. One piece landed in my parents’ yard on East 12th Street. The sun came out a half hour later and we looked at the mess. The shelves with jellies and dressings had blown over. There was broken glass, fruit, corn; everything was everywhere. We started to shovel and sweep it all up. The chance that particles of glass might be in the produce made it un-sellable. A woman stopped and came into the chaos very carefully, stepping over the debris. Then she asked me, “Do you have any dill?” I replied no and then just lost it. I sat down and just cried. What a mess! However, we did not give up – an Irish mother will give you that gene. We juryrigged canvas to give us some shade, went back to the farms and Philadelphia Food Center and finished the year. We were tired when we went back to our “real jobs.” There was much discussion as to what we should do next. We decided to build an addition on the west side and across the south side. So, we encased the “old borough hall.” Over the years we have added things: a bakery, groceries, a deli, bouquets, annuals and then perennials. We even tried dipping ice cream cones – that didn’t pay. We went to Pennsylvania for Amish products, made doughnuts and eventually baked pies. It has been a lot of guessing and some “oops, that doesn’t work.” Through it all, the most important thing of all was our customers. It always fascinated me when people would remark that they had never been in before. I always asked them why they stopped this time. The answers varied from “I don’t know” to “I wanted some corn” to “I hear your pies are good.” Our first “employees” were my children, Denise and Kevin. The next “half-generation” are Dennis’ children, John, Sean and Kathleen. We’ve had some great times, happy times and, of course, some sad times. God has been good to us, and we are thankful. ❖

from 1968. While it is, to be sure, a memorable and mesmerizing vision of what might happen were a computer to stage a mutiny during interplanetary travel, it is also, in retrospect, strictly a period piece. Its time has quite literally come and gone, particularly now that cyberspace is where computer technology has taken us instead. And while John Ford’s 1956 saga “The Searchers” (No. 7) may be one of the better westerns from those thrilling days of yesteryear, whether it truly deserves best-ofthe-best status is probably strictly in the eye of the beholder. Then there’s Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini’s “8½,” currently in 10th place. This 1963 opus tells the story of a celebrated director’s creative crisis – something Fellini actually suffered at the time – resulting in the “unmaking” of the movie he is working on. It’s intriguing, but given all of its flashbacks and fantasies, it can be a bit confusing and difficult to follow. By contrast, a far more entertaining and explicit use of such cinematic navel-gazing can be found in the 2002 comedy “Adaptation.” Screenwriter Charlie Kaufman based it on his own inability to turn the nonfiction book The Orchid Thief into a screenplay. It actually portrays a writer with “writer’s block,” a subject Fellini felt would be too difficult to depict. And that is just one example of the many fine films to have come along during the past four decades. Many could easily have been

That as mediocre a mystery as “Vertigo” should have somehow managed to reach so dizzying a height of distinction is something that causes my head to spin. considered contenders for all-time top-10 status. To name just a few, there are “Patton” and “The Godfather” I and II from the 1970s; “Ragtime,” “Amadeus,” “Driving Miss Daisy” and “Glory,” the riveting depiction of the Civil War’s first black regiment, all from the 1980s; the gripping and very amusing true-life legal drama “A Civil Action,” Martin Scorsese’s nonfiction gangland epic “Goodfellas” and the Coen Brothers’ comic thriller “Fargo” from the 1990s; and Roman Polanski’s “The Pianist” (2002) for best true saga of human survival. But, oddly, none of these and other widely acknowledged screen masterpieces appear anywhere among the critics’ list. They didn’t even give a nod to the highly acclaimed 1930 antiwar epic “All Quiet on the Western Front.” It is almost as though these critics were trying to flaunt their superior knowledge and esoteric elitism by canvassing cobweb-covered celluloid corners to find movies that most of us not only have never seen, but can never hope to see. ❖ Bill Bonvie, a freelance writer based in Little Egg Harbor Township and frequent contributor to this section, believes himself qualified to ruminate on this subject by virtue of having penned two movie reviews while working as a newspaper copy editor in the 1970s.

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To the Editor: The following is an answer to the Aug. 15 Commentary, “The GOP’s Ryan Pick: Politics as Unusual.” The voters don’t hate, only the left does. We don’t believe in the bad, corrupt policy of the last four years, so the Commentary’s author and his side say we hate and are racist when we are not. So Romney is run by the rich. Who is Obama run by? The Democrat liberals act the same with Obama’s Chicago-thug, political smoke and mirror garbage on every subject except for what is important. We get from the author’s writings that he’s a leftist, but I will defend his right to keep telling us on and on what he believes will help his side. November will decide if his negative writing works. He says the Ryan pick makes him happy; the word is “scared.” Why doesn’t he talk about all the liberal left’s great picks and ideas. For example, how great Joe Biden is. He and Obama supporters want to communize us. Obama wants to redistribute wealth, and the mainstream liberal press will blindly consent to this. The best government is small, restrained, conservative government. The writer might need government. I do not. He says we hate government, again a blanket wrong. I think we have the best the world has ever seen because it came from God. Who has not had a budget in three years? Shame on the Democratic-controlled Senate. Others can support slow growth and negative corrupt politics for the next four years. I prefer a man who took an international organization, the Olympics, and stopped it from failing over an ACORN president any day. The writer mocks Ayn Rand, who came from a socialist, communist country. Why is Rand correct and why does socialism not work? Just look at the butcher. In the Soviet Union, there was one piece of foul-looking meat in the case, if anyone could afford it. In America, the case looks like Okie’s Butcher Shop in Surf City and people get whatever their hearts can earn and desire. That is the America I want. I want Romney, Ryan and Joe Kyrillos in office to turn this mess around. Vote Republican if you want a good, growing, prosperous country. John Remolde Cedar Run The SandPaper welcomes letters to the editor. They should include the writer’s full name, address and telephone number. Full addresses and phone numbers are for confirmation purposes only. Letter writers can reach us at 1816 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, N.J. 08008 or letters@thesandpaper.net.


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ravelers of the Manahawkin Bay Bridge have probably noticed the American flag strapped to the guardrail on the westbound side of the overpass. It’s been a fixture on and off over the last couple of decades. In recent years, though, its upkeep has been assumed by one man. Fran Gordon, 55, of Manahawkin has been tending to the flag for the past six years. For him, it’s a special symbol he’s made his mission not to forget. Starting some 35 years ago, before he relocated to the area, Gordon and his wife, Mary, and daughters, Moira and Sheila Gordon and Kate Mahoney had traveled from Old Bridge over the Causeway to Long Beach Island to spend summers at the beach. The move intensified Gordon’s love for the Jersey Shore. He even began taking weekly walks over the Causeway Bridge, where he noticed someone had stationed an American flag. His father had been in the Army for four years during World War II, and Gordon had even been able to sneak his way onto Ground Zero in New York City a few days after 9/11, where he helped clean up some of the fallen debris alongside local emergency and rescue personnel. Needless to say, he’s a patriotic man. After storms, Gordon walks over the bridge to untangle the flag and make sure it’s still intact. Just before Memorial Day this year, he noticed the flag had gone missing. So he bought a new flag and summoned his nephews, Dylan O’Connor, 13, and Collin O’Connor, 14, to join him in tacking it up. “It was the first time I ever walked over the bridge. I had no idea where he was taking us,” said Collin O’Connor, motioning to his uncle. “I thought we were going over to his house to move something.” When Gordon parked his car on Mallard Island before beginning the mile walk to the center Continued on Page 26


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Barnegat Township pizzeria has been temporarily closed after sustaining extensive damage when struck by a vehicle last weekend. Lt. Keith Germain said that on Sept. 1 at 9:12 a.m., officers arrived at Vinnie’s Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria at 885 West Bay Avenue in the Wawa shopping center to find a 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer had partially penetrated the building. The vehicle’s operator, Mariano Dicesare, 90, of Waretown, was uninjured. No one was inside the restaurant because it was closed at the time. Germain said the driver told officers he was attempting to park his vehicle but depressed the accelerator instead of the brake. Dicesare was given a summons for careless driving. The lieutenant said Vinnie’s sustained damage to the front windows as well as structural damage. He said inspectors from the township construction office determined the restaurant was unfit for habitation. “The business will remain closed until an engineer can assess the structural damage and repairs can be made,” said Germain. He said that Pick-It-Plus, which is adjacent to Vinnie’s, suffered minor damage to the drywall but was determined to be structurally sound following an inspection. —E.E.

$13 million back to the towns since 1995.” The amount returned to the towns is based on the amount of recyclables collected and brought to the county and the price per commodity in the current market. Payout for the period of January to June was $13.57 a ton, while payout for the last six months of 2011 was $19.29 a ton. The falling commodity market is a result of the weakened global economy, according to Lacey. “We’ve seen the selling prices of some plastics fall nearly $240 a ton since the beginning of the year,” Lacey explained. “Aluminum is down $200 and tin $120.” Despite the price drops, towns are still saving money and protecting the environment, said Freeholder Director Gerry P. Little. “This revenue sharing program has given us the ability to turn trash into treasure,” he noted. “The recycling program, under the leadership of Jim Lacey, remains profitable economically and environmentally.” “During tough economic times, this return to the towns is not only a benefit but an incentive to continue these great recycling practices,” Lacey said. The amounts local municipalities are scheduled to receive are as follows: Barnegat Township, $17,873; Barnegat Light, $1,332; Beach Haven, $3,670; Eagleswood Township, $1,398; Harvey Cedars, $891; Little Egg Harbor Township, $18,191; Long Beach Township, $7,314; Ocean Township, $5,946; Ship Bottom, $2,919; Stafford Township, $37,713; Surf City, $2,624; Tuckerton, $4,886. — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch

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arvey Cedars is urging homeowners to make sure they secure their vehicles following two automobile thefts that occurred late Friday night and early Saturday morning. Police Chief Thomas Preiser said that on Saturday, a Hudson Avenue resident reported that sometime between 3:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m., a 2008 gray Lexus LX-57 SUV was stolen from the driveway. Officers later responded to Holly Avenue, where residents reported that their 2012 White BMW 750 was stolen between 11:30 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. Preiser said that in both instances, the cars were unlocked and the keys were left inside. Anyone with information may call Detective Robert Burnaford at 609-494-3036. In addition, the chief said that a 2012 Infiniti SUV was reported stolen from the borough in July. The vehicle was recovered in Newark a week later, but the incident is still under investigation. “Unfortunately, a lot of people living in Harvey Cedars and on the Island in general don’t think they have to worry about locking their cars or their homes anymore,” said Borough Commissioner Michael Garofalo, who is public safety chairman. “But that is not the case around here anymore. During the summer, we’ve also had instances of car break-ins. People have to be much more diligent in keeping things locked.” —E.E.

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usan Conway, a Democratic Party candidate for Barnegat Township Committee in November, said the town was conflicted in allowing Walters Homes to construct an affordable housing unit to due to donations made to Jerry Dasti, township attorney and finance chairman of the Ocean County Republican Party. Land was recently cleared at the future site of Laurel Oaks, a 94-unit affordable housing complex to be built by Walters Homes. The land was formerly home to the Down the Hatch Pub and a campground. When completed next year, the development would consist of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with monthly rents ranging from $500 to $1,200. Conway and Elaine Taylor, a former board of education member, are challenging Republican incumbent Mayor Al Cirulli and Committeeman Jeff Melchiondo for two three-year terms on the committee. Conway said that since 2003, various entities of the company donated more than $130,000 to Dasti in his capacity with the county Republicans. The largest donations were $32,700 in 2005, $27,500 in 2006 and $37,000 in 2007, she said. Such actions, she said, compromise the integrity of the community and place a greater burden on the taxpayers. “How come nobody said anything when Walters was contributing money to the local Democratic candidates?” said Dasti. “On the local level, we weren’t going to take their money.” Cirulli said they are “perfectly legitimate donations.” “I suppose at this time of year, the Democrats have to say something,” he said. The Laurel Oaks development was the result of a settlement between a lawsuit filed by Walters against the township three years ago. At that time, the developer was looking to erect a 70-unit housing complex near the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Barnegat Boulevard. But the township committee had voted down an ordinance creating a zone change to allow the proposed Keystone Crossings Development, saying it would be inconsistent with the existing neighborhood of single-family homes. Township Administrator David Breeden said the new development would satisfy the township’s obligation to provide for 54 affordable housing units as mandated by Round 2 of the Mt. Laurel decision in 1994. He said it would also satisfy the obligation for Round 3, the number of which is not yet known. — Eric Englund ericenglund@thesandpaper.net

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chool buses will soon be back on the road as local schools prepare for another year, prompting the Ocean County freeholders to remind drivers to be particularly vigilant on the roads. “Each September we remind motorists to be cautious of not only school buses loading and unloading children, but also of the thousands of children that walk and bicycle to school,” said Freeholder Joseph H. Vicari. “Whether students take the bus, walk, ride a bicycle or are driven to school by their parents, there are safety rules everyone must follow.” Safe driving begins with backing out of a driveway, Vicari noted, and includes taking note of lower speed limits near schools. Ocean County Freeholder Director Gerry P. Little reminds drivers that they must stop for school buses loading and unloading children. “State law requires drivers to stop at least 25

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ou’ve never seen me this excited,” said Eagles Nest Airport owner Peter Weidhorn, grinning like a schoolboy, glancing around his property as he watched, before his eyes, “the culmination of a dream.” The work of turning the oncesleepy, underutilized airport into a viable, general aviation, public access airport – and a community asset for recreation and education – has been a three-year process fraught with challenges, obtaining permits, investing a fortune and winning the trust and approval of the township. Ultimately Weidhorn wants to open a flight school at the airport to cultivate the love of flying in the next generation of aviators. The transformation has begun this summer, with a creditcard activated, self-service fuel tank, 15 hangars and infrastructure improvements including storm water drainage, parking, electric, potable water and sanitary system. Once the hangar unit is operational – Weidhorn anticipates Sept. 30 – an FBO (fixed-base operator) will be opened with computer flight planning and weather, he added. A recent visit to the airport property showed a newly paved entrance/exit drive and an automatic security gate. The cement slabs had been poured, bolts were in place and asphalt had been laid for the newly delivered, partially assembled hangar structures – an assembly crew out of Ohio was working day and night to put them together. There were two new outbuildings for housing electrical and phone distribution systems; Dan Ludwig from Garden State Electric of Manasquan was on site monitoring the progress of the electrical work. A runway landing light sysPhotographs by Ryan Morrill tem and a new taxiway are planned for next year, with an- GROUND CONTROL: Hangars (top) were delivered in late August. Twelve of the 15 are already reserved, ticipated grant funding from the and seven planes are tied down. Airport owner Peter Weidhorn (above) logs the day’s routine fuel evaluation. state Department of TransportaReform Judaism and current chairman of the from vision to actualization. Support from tion. “Within the last year, 12 acres of trees Community Development Trust in New York fellow pilots has been encouraging, with pihave been removed and the land on the north City, a national affordable-housing organizalots volunteering their time and resources to side of the runway graded in anticipation tion owned by national banks and insurance cutting the lawn and donating mower decks of the construction of a taxiway system for companies. and a snowplow. which the NJDOT is funding the engineering He owns a total of 125 acres in EaglesThe pilots themselves are invested in the design,” according to Weidhorn. wood, comprising the airport and six adjacent project, he said, and the pilot community is “The safety overrun area at the end of each parcels. He has already invested an estimated growing, through the Aircraft Owners and runway has also been reestablished, stabilized $2.5 million, in development costs and the Pilots Association. and extended,” he wrote in a recent newsletter purchase of the 65-acre property from Diane In the two months since the 6,000-gallonto the pilot community. “Thanks to the expanKummings in 2009 for $925,000, plus an capacity fuel tank was installed, the airport sion of the Garden State Parkway, the trees additional 60 acres for $670,000 more. Weihas sold 3,500 gallons of fuel, Weidhorn on the western end of the runway have been dhorn said Kummings sold him the airport, said. By spreading the word among the pilot removed. In addition, the trees in the median not to get the best price she could, but rather community about his plans, he has reserved have been reduced, thus making the landing in the best interest of the end users. “She was 12 of the 15 hangar rentals and has seven path shallower.” really committed to the pilots,” he said. planes tied down. Weidhorn is a Manalapan resident, retired “I am a transformed individual,” Weidhorn The airport serves as a base for three banfrom a career in commercial real estate ownersaid of the project’s impact on him personally. ner towing companies that work Long Beach ship/management, immediate past chairman “I’ve never built something like this before,” of the Board of Trustees of the Union for Continued on Page 26

feet from a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing,” he said. “If a driver does not stop, the bus driver will report your license plate number, and a summons will be mailed to the offending driver.” Vicari also encourages parents to tell children to “never trust a vehicle to stop just because the bus is flashing its red warning lights. Always look both ways before crossing the street after stepping out of the school bus.”

In addition, Little advised that children who walk to school should do so in groups, follow the same route each time, pay attention to any hazards along the way and never speak to strangers. “If a child is approached by a stranger in a car, they should be taught to run the opposite way – towards the rear of the car,” said Little. “This way, the driver will have to first turn around before they can pursue the child.”

Freeholder John P. Kelly, director of law and public safety for the county, pointed out that students who ride their bikes to school must also obey all traffic laws. “Before school begins,” he added, “it’s a good idea to give your bicycle a thorough safety check to make sure it’s in proper and safe working order.” State law also requires anyone younger than 17 to wear an approved safety helmet. — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch


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he volunteers with the Tuckerton Food Pantry are gearing up to move the whole operation across Main Street and about 800 feet from its location in the Sea Cure Moving Co. building to the new Tuckerton Plaza, the former Shoppes at Middle of the Shore. According to volunteer coordinator for the move, Tuckerton Councilman John Schwartz, the process will start Sept. 10 at noon with hopes of completion on Sept. 12. There will be no interruption of services during the move. Local businessman Tony Cheng has purchased the mall property and donated the dance studio space to the nonprofit at no charge. Sea Cure is also going to move two refrigerators and two freezers to the temporary pantry space. The facility has heat and air conditioning, said volunteer Ed Gautier. On Sunday, Gautier was finishing up some carpentry work in preparation for a painting party the next day. “If we should overlap into pantry days, we are going to have food bags already prepared for the people during the transition. The target date to reopen is Sept. 13.” Gautier said the move to the dance studio is a step in the final move to the pantry’s permanent location behind the First United Methodist Church. That move is contingent

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refused to release and did not want to let go.” Officers were finally able to pull him to safety. German said the victim was airlifted by a MONOC helicopter to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center with severe burns to both arms and shoulder and rib injuries. Venuto received treatment for smoke inhalation while Martin suffered second-degree burns to his right arm. The lieutenant said an investigation revealed that Pereira initially left the highway at mile marker 18 when he struck a ditch. He continued to drive the car 7 more miles before he lost control of the car and hit the trees. Committeeman Jeff Melchiondo, who is police liaison, said he hoped the officers would receive a commendation. Earlier in the year, two officers were honored for pulling an unconscious man out of a burning vehicle. “This is yet another fine example of the professionalism and bravery of our Barnegat officers,” he said. —E.E.

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eptember brings some of the warmest ocean water of the year, frustrating since many of the Island towns’ lifeguard crews have departed for school. However, some beaches will be guarded during the next few weeks – the times and places are different in each of the six municipalities. Below is a list compiled from calls to municipal offices this week. Of course, bathers in all towns should keep in mind that weather conditions or rip currents could change plans. In Surf City, the summer of guarded beaches is over. No beaches were scheduled to be guarded after Labor Day. At the other end of the spectrum, Ship Bottom reported one of the greatest number of beaches to be guarded for a longer amount of time through September. According to plans, “we’ll be keeping the 15th and 20th Street beaches open with lifeguards on both beaches every day throughout the whole month of September,” said beach patrol Capt. Keith Stokes. All-terrain vehicles will be next to the stands, and sometimes a truck will be on the beach as well, “so with that number of guards, we can be mobile and respond to anywhere else in Ship Bottom or the northern beaches of Surf City, or the southern beaches in Long Beach Township, where from time to time if we get distress calls we respond to those locations,” Stokes added. Ship Bottom has extended the guarding season with a smaller crew since about 2005. “One reason the town is supportive of keeping some beaches open after the season is that the weather is nice, the water is really warm and inviting, and we tend to have more ocean activity historically this time of year,” said Stokes. “With tropical storms brewing up in the Caribbean, we can have rip currents, or with northeast winds you can get swept down the beach. “So it’s strongly recommended to swim at a

Two Towns Receive Birdsall Subpoenas

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arnegat and Stafford townships recently received subpoenas to provide documents and records concerning transactions with Birdsall Services Group, the Monmouth County-based engineering company that has been under investigation by the N.J. Attorney General’s Office. Town officials said the subpoenas were issued by a state grand jury in Trenton. The towns have to provide information dating back to business dealings since 2008. In May, state investigators executed search warrants for the engineering firm’s offices in Eatontown and Wall Township. Peter Aseltine, spokesman for the attorney general’s office, said he could not comment on the exact nature of the probe. “Birdsall has not been charged with anything,” said Aseltine. “We cannot comment any further.” Barnegat Township Administrator David Breeden said the municipality “fully stands behind” Township Engineer John Hess, who works out of Birdsall’s office in Barnegat. “Many towns received subpoenas, so the issue is broad in nature and is not related directly to Barnegat,” said Breeden. “The township continues to have the utmost confidence and faith in Mr. Hess. He and his local professional staff have always conducted themselves in a business-like manner and have done an outstanding job in representing the interests of Barnegat Township.” Stafford Mayor John Spodofora said the township “will completely comply with the subpoenas.” John Wuestneck, Birdsall chief operating officer, and Scott McFadden, president of administrative services, were unavailable for comment. —E.E.

guarded beach. Hopefully the public will be aware and use us.” Long Beach Township will have a lifeguard on duty at one beach, the 68th Street ocean beach, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Sunday, Sept. 9, weather permitting, said beach patrol Supervisor Don Myers. This beach is centrally located in the township and has parking available, Myers noted. Beach Haven will have several beaches guarded for the next two weekends in September. Centre Street, Fifth Street and Pearl Street will have lifeguards on duty, and roaming patrols will traverse the other beaches, Borough Administrator Richard Crane said. In Harvey Cedars, “there will be a beach open every day until and including Chowderfest,” said Borough Clerk Daina Dale, and mobile units will be patrolling as well.

“We will have Middlesex Avenue and 80th Street beaches guarded all week starting tomorrow, along with a few mobile units,” added the Harvey Cedars Beach Patrol Facebook page on Labor Day. Continued on Page 26

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lthough township officials denied any knowledge of it, Little Egg Harbor Tax Assessor Joseph Sorrentino said he had recommended that the township do a reassessment back in 2010 but he was not instructed to do so. “I recommended to the town in 2010 that we should do a reassessment based on the number of appeals,” said Sorrentino during a recent telephone interview. “In 2010 there were 600, in 2011, 800 and this year there are over 1,500.” Sorrentino said the township revalued the town at the top of the real estate market in 2006, and soon after real estate values started to slide. “After the reval in 2006, we were allowed to do maintenance reassessments up to 25 percent of the town, and we did do that,” said the assessor of his department. “Based on approvals from the county and state tax boards, we compared sales to assessments; this was in 2007, 2008 and 2009. “We have many neighborhoods and sub-neighborhoods in Little Egg, and we followed the zoning. We did our analysis and changed what we had approval to do – no more than 25 percent.” Sorrentino said the township had no input in these in-house reassessments. “Then in 2008, 2009, the drop in real estate values accelerated, and (in 2009) New Jersey amended the

Beach Haven Mayor, Council Members Will Run Unopposed

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ayor Charles E. Maschal, Councilman Robert Keeler and Councilwoman Nancy Taggert Davis will be uncontested in the Beach Haven Council election in November as no other resident filed by Tuesday’s 4 p.m. deadline. Each will be seeking four-year terms on the council. “No one else took out petitions to collect the required number of signatures,” said Lauren Rohrer, deputy borough clerk. The three incumbents, along with councilmen Jim White and Ed Kohlmeir, were all elected when Beach Haven changed its form of government in 2010. At the reorganization, Maschal, Davis and Keeler randomly drew two-year terms while White and Kohlmeir drew four-year terms. Rohrer said there would no longer be two-year terms. “Our council members are elected on staggered terms, meaning every two years we will either have three or two seats available, depending on the expiration of the council members’ four-year terms,” she said. Shortly after the council took over, it moved to switch elections from May to November while maintaining the nonpartisan format, where candidates are not required to be identified by a political party on the ballot. —E.E.

tax laws to give power to the counties’ division of taxation and not the state Division of Taxation. Ocean County allowed me to reassess up to 50 percent of the town.” Sorrentino said he wouldn’t ask the county tax board to allow him to reassess 50 percent of the town this coming year because he knows more than 60 percent of the town’s assessed values are out of whack and he would not get permission. At this point it would have to be a 100 percent reassessment. That was why Sorrentino wanted to start the reassessment in 2010, he said. “I brought it up during a departmental meeting with Business Administrator Garrett Loesch, but I followed up with a letter that I was anxiously waiting to hear from the committee,” said Sorrentino. “They deal with so many different issues, and I think they are confused on what we (tax department) can and can’t do. They (the committee) have to formally approve a revaluation or reassessment because they have to find the money to pay for it.” Sorrentino said the difference between a reassessment and a revaluation is based on who does it. If the township does it in-house through the tax department, it’s a reassessment. If an outside company does it, it’s a revaluation. Sorrentino said when he first suggested a partial (50 percent) reassessment back in 2010, it would have cost in the neighborhood of $200,000 based on what it had cost Barnegat Township. “Because we are a similar size,” he said. If Sorrentino’s office were to do a total reassessment, he would have to re-inspect 10,500 buildings. “Right now it’s impossible. This office has four people, and only two of us are in the field doing inspections.” But with township backing, Sorrentino said he could easily do a total exterior inspection of the town by hiring local construction people and training them. “It would take about a week (to train them). It’s a much cheaper way out.” The township committee has approved a resolution to go out to bid for an outside company for an estimated $750,000, based on what it cost in 2006. Sorrentino also added that he is not planning to retire any time soon despite putting in for his retirement benefits. He said that is merely a yearly routine to protect his spouse in case of his demise. During the Aug. 23 township committee meeting, no one on the dais could remember the tax assessor’s request for a reassessment in 2010, including Deputy Mayor Ray Gormley, who instructed members of a local tax grass-roots group to ask Sorrentino why he didn’t do a 50 percent reassessment back in 2010 and 2011, which would have meant the entire town would have been completed by this year. Sorrentino contends he did have a conversation with then-Mayor Gormley about the reassessment. Also, according to the tax assessor, the county tax board has not ordered

Area Residents Seek to Commemorate 9/11 and Honor Those Who Perished

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ach September, members of the local community join individuals across the country in seeking to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11. Throughout the greater Long Beach Island area, Flags of Honor – with the names of everyone who perished in the attacks – and Flags of Heroes – with the names of all first responders – snap in the wind alongside American flags and other tokens of remembrance. Kass Eames, 75, and Billy Eames, 70, put a flagpole in soon after they bought their Beach Haven Terrace condo in 2000. In fall of last year, Kass participated in the Bridge Walk to benefit the LBI Consolidated School District. She noted, “Someone was carrying a flag that had all the names of the victims of the 9/11 tragedy. I went home and told my husband Billy about the flag.” Last Christmas, the Eames’ children – daughters Kathleen Maile and Patti MacDade, and MacDade’s boyfriend Bill Moritz – gave their parents a Flag of Honor, purchased at Hand’s department store in Beach Haven, which the couple proudly fly outside their township residence. “We just wanted to dedicate something to this because it was so sad,” said Kass. “It’s something that should never leave our minds.” The Flags of Honor and Flags of Heroes “came out in the spring of 2011, and a lot of people bought them then,” said Hand’s store manager John Tomaro. “They were a big seller leading up to the 10th anniversary of 9/11.” Last year, Annin Flagmakers was chosen to be the official flag maker for the Flag of Honor, Flag of Heroes Project. The flags were “created with the sincerest intentions of honoring the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001,” states the company website, annin.com. “Our goals are to immortalize each individual victim, to give comfort to the families left

behind by knowing that their loved ones will be forever honored and remembered, and to create an enduring symbol, recognized by the world, of the human sacrifice that occurred on that day in 2001.” Proceeds from the sale of the flags go to several 9/11-related charities. As Kass explained, she and Billy’s condo neighbor Doug Easterly bought a stone at the Heritage Monuments Co. in Manahawkin “with an engraving to remember

the victims of that tragic day” that sits next to the flagpole, along with a number of small American flags. For the last year, the memorial “has drawn the attention of many people passing by,” said Kass, including patrons of a nearby restaurant. “I feel it is a really nice way for families and friends of the victims to know that we remember and honor them, since every American has been touched by that day.” — Juliet Kaszas-Hoch julietkaszas-hoch@thesandpaper.net

a total revaluation. “They have to order the town to do it; that’s what’s so perplexing. If the town wants to do a revaluation, OK, but we are under no order to do so.” Meanwhile, under pressure from the residents of at least three senior communities, the township has formed an ad hoc committee to look

into ways it could avoid a total reval. On Aug. 23, two more petitions were submitted to the committee to send on to the 9th District legislators and eventually, they hope, to the governor to change the tax code dealing with reassessments to allow for a more computer-generated model based on real estate sales.

Sorrentino said he would suggest backing for something called “the Monmouth bill,” which would allow the county tax board power to do revaluations. “It was introduced a while ago but never made it to the governor’s desk,” he said. — Pat Johnson patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

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MEMORIAL: (Above) Kass and Billy Eames fly a flag with the names of everyone who died in the 9/11 attacks outside their condo on LBI. (Top) Their neighbor, Doug Easterly, had a companion stone engraved.


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Olympian Continued from Page 20 ter to the world stage of the Olympics. “When Julie was little, she would run a lot and never get tired,” said Maggie, who has been coming to the Island since she was a teenager. “That was when I thought it might be a good idea for her to explore track in high school. She played soccer for many years as a halfback, which requires a great deal of stamina to cover the entire field. When she was a sophomore in high school, she joined track and began to win races.” Since then, the couple has crisscrossed the country, and the planet, to watch Julie compete. “Paul and I have traveled to many races,” Maggie pointed out. “We went to the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, in 2008 and 2012; the world championship in track and field in 2009 in Berlin, Germany; and regular college and championship races in many states during college and after.” She added, “Julie’s sister, Carolyn, watched her compete in the world indoor track and field championships in Valencia, Spain, and her brother, Dave, went to the U.S. championships and the Olympic Trials in Eugene in 2008, 2009, and 2012.” As Julie explained, she qualified for the Olympics by accomplishing two standards. First, she had to achieve an Olympic “A” standard of 15:20 or better for the 5,000 meters, set by the International Olympic Committee. “All women have to achieve at least an ‘A’ or ‘B’ depending on the competition level within their home country. In the U.S., the competition is so high you must have an ‘A’ standard to make the team.” And second, she finished in the top three in her event at the 2012 Olympic Trials. At this level of competition, training and racing is the athlete’s full-time job. “Our training is cycled throughout the year so there are certain periods of high stress and certain periods of lower stress,” said Julie. “Diet is a huge part of my training and recovery. Food is looked at as fuel instead of a means to an end. What kind of fuel do I need to put in my body so that I recover faster and prep my body for the next workout? What kind of fuel will give me the most vitamins and minerals and recovery agents? Of course, you have to plan those meals that you enjoy that may have less to do with fuel and more to do with enjoyment. For me that is a good burger and french fries!” And while she sticks to a strict training regimen, there is still time to enjoy life minus running shoes – for Julie, that includes enjoying time with friends and family on the beach, as well as coffee, wine, swimming, cooking, hammocks, reading, ice bathing in creeks, Elliptigos, trips to New York City and graphic design, for which she’s in between classes. It’s those times with the running shoes laced up though, of course, that gets one to the Olympics. The core Culley fan base – Maggie, Paul, Carolyn and Dave – all traveled to London this summer to watch Julie compete. “Our club was so excited to send Paul and Maggie off to London,” said Phyllis Zindulis, membership chair of the Spray Beach Yacht Club, of which the Culleys are new members. Zindulis also said

the club was trying to plan a reception for Julie to celebrate her Olympic participation. “London was wonderful,” Maggie pointed out. “They were extremely prepared for the Olympics. The stadium held 80,000 people and there were two sessions a day. We thought that the security lines would take a long time, but they had so many workers and volunteers there, the lines were very short. They kept the mass of people moving with so many personnel. They were helpful and personable. “Julie was able to give us a tour of the Olympic Village during one of the days we were there,

and that was so interesting,” she added. The family also toured some of London’s most famous sites: Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, London Bridge and more. In between her running obligations, Julie was able to watch the Olympic competition from her suite – which “broadcast about 40 live cams’ worth of events each day,” she noted – and reconnect with athletes from other nations that she’d met over the years through training and competition. “It was fun seeing some of my competitors, but when competition rolls around, it’s all business.” And “because athletics (track and field) is

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one of the last competitions of the Olympics, we did a lot of training and waiting once we were in the Village. I really enjoyed watching the other U.S. athletes set the stage for the Games, and it made me incredibly excited to get to my own event. “It was really exciting feeling such pride for the U.S. in sports you usually have very little contact with. I certainly learned a lot about other events by speaking with some of the athletes, learning about their discipline and watching them. … The Olympics is much bigger than I remember seeing on television.” ❖

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The page says to check back for the September and October beach schedule, which Dale believed would show the open beach to be either 80th Street or Middlesex Avenue. The web page is great for information on beach conditions every day. In Barnegat Light, “the 22nd Street beach is open all this week, plus two of our quads will be riding up and down the entire beachfront back and forth,” said Borough Administrator Gail Wetmore on Tuesday. “The next two weekends, this one (Sept. 8-9) and the following (Sept. 15-16), the beaches at 19th Street, 22nd Street and 25th Street will be guarded, and we’ll still have the quads out as well.” — Maria Scandale mariascandale@thesandpaper.net

of the bridge, the boys realized they were in for something much bigger than hauling in a new television set or rearranging house furniture. Afterward, they were so moved by the adventure that they bragged about it to their friends and wrote up the details on Facebook. “I thought it was exciting because we got to do something good. It was a good thing that we put a flag up there because it was to respect our country,” Dylan O’Connor said proudly. Over the summer, Gordon continued to take the special trip over the bridge to check on the beloved flag. He recently decided it was time to replace the banner again, as it had been frayed by many months of wind and rain. So he bought another flag from Home Depot and gathered his nephews to join him for the replacement over Labor Day weekend. “It’s torture being on the bridge and trying to make sure you have all the right pieces to put up the flag,” explained Gordon. “We had to come back one time, and we ended up with duct tape, screwdrivers and metal brackets. We didn’t know how we were going to put it on; we were on an adventure. But we’ve got it down pat now with zip ties, and I even drilled a couple of holes in it,” he added, chuckling. This past weekend, the boys marched up the side of the bridge in single-file line, Gordon leading the way and Collin O’Connor bringing up the rear, the rolled-up flag proudly resting over his shoulder. Cars whizzed by without slowing down; men fishing in the bay off the bulkhead across from the Mallard Island Estate

didn’t even bat an eye. When Gordon and his nephews reached the top of the bridge, they immediately set to work rigging up the new flag. Dylan O’Connor held the flag in place, while Collin O’Connor stood close by, ready with scissors and zip ties. As Gordon secured the plastic cables through the notches of the post, passersby began to notice the trio’s presence. Some honked in approval, others cheered out their windows. The flag replacement couldn’t have taken more than 10 minutes, but the expression on the faces of Gordon and his nephews couldn’t have been mistaken for anything other than pride and joy. “When I’m up there, my head is clear and all the memories I have of taking pictures with the flag and the many family members that have gone up there with me as the sun rises over Surf City come rushing back,” said Gordon. “I think about my parents and driving over the bridge. There’s nothing like it. I’m really proud to be here. It connects Manahawkin to Long Beach Island and the beautiful beaches and St. Francis (Parish) on the other side. I’ve traveled all over the nation and been to all of the beaches on the West Coast. Long Beach Island is better than any of them. It’s one of the world’s best-kept secrets,” he added, smiling. Gordon hopes to get another flag up on the eastbound side of the bridge. Until he’s found a way to do so, he’s more than content tending to the flag he’s attached to the bridge himself, with the help of his family and friends. For Gordon, it’s a sign of peace, of memories he knows other families visiting LBI have experienced as well. It’s the little things that really connect us all. — Kelley Anne Essinger kelleyanne@thesandpaper.net

a motion detector system on the fuel tank and to install two forms of runway lighting: pilotactivated Runway End Identifier Lights (REILs) and Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) lights, which allow a pilot to set up an angle or slope for landing. Both will enhance safety, Weidhorn explained. He also has Typestries Sign and Design of Manahawkin working on a handsome sign for the main entrance, with gold lettering on a dark-green background and stone supports, to increase visibility for motorists on Stafford Forge Road. While on site, Weidhorn conducted his regular test for fuel purity. Demonstrating, he operated the sump that pulls fuel out from the bottom of the tank and into a bucket – onlook-

ers were surprised by the bright-blue color that indicates 100LL fuel, in accordance with industry standard. (By contrast, Jet A is red.) Routinely, Weidhorn inspects it for sediment, dirt or impurities. If any were to be found, he would pump out enough fuel until the sediment was gone, then have the contaminated fuel analyzed. When all the work is done, Weidhorn said, he plans to host a ribbon-cutting event, sometime in the fall. More details about the airport’s progress and offerings can be found at eaglesnestairport. com. Weidhorn welcomes and encourages questions, suggestions and feedback about the airport and can be reached at eaglesnestairport@yahoo. com. ❖

Eagles Nest Continued from Page 18 Island and for the Southern Ocean Radio Control Flyers, a model plane club. Other activities at the airport include a Boy Scout Aviation Explorer group, members of which help pick up litter and debris in exchange for airplane rides. Also in the works is the formation of a flying club, whereby a group of 10 to 20 people would chip in to buy an aircraft together and share ownership and expenses. “Transportation for lunch is available from Calloways Restaurant, … a wonderful fly-in destination, and they will be happy to pick you up at the airport,” he added. “Enterprise rental cars will also drop a car at the airport, or taxi service can be arranged. “Every day I’m here, people show up asking about the airport,” he said. As if on cue, a man on a bicycle made an appearance. Summoned by Weidhorn with a friendly wave, he pedaled over and introduced himself as Tom Resch, a 17-year resident of Eagleswood and a supporter of the airport. He and his neighbors agree, he said, the airport is a positive ratable that increases their property value. Resch said he has enjoyed paying regular visits to the airport, on foot or on his bike, to watch the work coming along and seeing the number of planes grow. Coming up soon on the to-do list is to equip

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t’s time to ready for the next phase of Island driving: skillfully negotiating the roads amid school buses, and high schoolers toting newly acquired driving privileges. It’s serious driving business – so take it as such. A recent message in front of the Surf City Volunteer Fire and EMS offered the warning: “Keep both hands on the wheel – and off cell phones.” I’d like to actually lower that warning, paring it down to simply read: “Keep Both Hands on The Frickin’ Wheel.” Ask anyone conversant in advanced driving skills and they’ll confirm, in spades, that it gets no safer than two-handed steering. It’s a veritable survival mechanism. Use it to live and let live. Hey, if I get even a few drivers thinking more firmly about double-fisted driving, it might save a soul or two. A VERY SPECIAL SUDS SEASON: Extreme plaudits to the battalions of surfcasters who cashed in on one of the best suds-fishing summers ever. I congratulate the way those fully focused fun fishers were lovin’ even the smallest of hookups. It was panfish paradise out there. Now, that’s fishing purity. And a concurrent “Great job!” to the tackle shops, especially Margaret at Jingles, for showing newbies the ropes – right down to exact tide, locale, hook, line, bait and sinkers. You’ve made surfcasting fans for life. I’ll venture to say that some of those newly seasoned surfcasters now have the bug so badly they’ll be sneaking down for fall surfcasting weekends. BANANA NOT-ROT: If you’re like me, you’ve lost many a night’s sleep over the fate of green bananas. Ok, so maybe not. However, might I strongly suggest trying banana concentration therapy, whereby you sit and concentrate mightily upon a big batch of green bananas. In nothing flat, your mind will calm to a crawl and you’ll get a better night’s sleep. Try it. Oh, and also please send me a photo of you achieving, uh, advanced green banana enlightenment. I promise I won’t publish it on, say, Facebook or in my daily blogs. One danger from this Zen banana-ing is when one begins fretting over those well-concentrated green bananas soon yellowing – before going all spotty and brown. Well, a scientist named Xihong Li of Tianjin University, China, has our backs. At my behest (not so), Li has craftily refined a way to not only slow banana ripening but also simultaneously recycle tons of shell matter thrown asunder by the billion-ton crab and shrimp rendering industries. Li has refined a chemical “hydrogel” spray made from chitosan, derived from the outer coverings on shellfish and crustaceans. “We found that by spraying green bananas with a chitosan aerogel, we can keep bananas fresh for up to 12 days,” Li said. A dream come true for banana concentration therapists. For me, one of the odder aspects of this fruit-saving saga is the discovery that, even after picking, bananas live on like all get out. Instead of expiring, they just keep on respiring. Post-mortem, a banana’s skin unconcernedly takes in oxygen and gives off carbon dioxide, as if being hacked clean off the plant is little more than a flesh wound. Simply put, green bananas breathe on long after the machete has departed. In fact, if it’s real quiet in the room and you hold a big, buncha bananas up to your ear … (Please send me a photo of that, also. Again, I won’t publish it.) HE ALSO FLUNKED HIDE-ANDSEEK: I’ve done so many dumb-ass things in my illustrious career, a.k.a. life, that it takes

me a lot to ask someone else, “WTF were you thinking!” I’m referencing Fred S., 46, Manahawkin, now in jail with a $25,000 bail, no ten percent. Fred’s woes technically began when Stafford Township police got a whiff that some very nice shrubberies were being tenderly and caringly grown in the Manahawkin Trailer Park; nicely displayed, in the open, for neighbors and friends to admire. No problem there, per se. Problems grew like weeds when patrolling cops discovered the true nature of the plantage. Fred’s free-range farm was kinda partial to good-old, homegrown mari-ji-juana herbs – and damn decent in size and girth. After spying one Mary Jane plant fully in view, incredulous law enforcers began sniffing around the premises and even the surrounding woodlands. It quickly became clear that Fred had a flare for communal horticulture. Unfortunately, this particular trailer park was not quite akin to, say, a hippie commune. Despite Fred’s green thumb when nurturing certain notorious herbaceous species, he falls short on thinking through where to plant his less-than-legal budding prizes. Per the police report: “When police arrived a marijuana plant was observed in plain view. … in addition, (Fred) was growing numerous others in a wooded area at the end of Oxycocus Road. The investigation yielded approximately 12 plants in all.” Farmer Fred is now looking at lifestyleleveling legal hits, including facilitating a growing operation, possession of pot in excess of ten plants, possession of over 50 grams of pot and possession of drug paraphernalia. Fred, Fred, Fred. I repeat, old buddy, WTF were you thinking!? When time next allows, maybe take up growing, like, begonias. “GOIN’ TO A FIRE, LADY?”: From my strange-as-science files comes the tale of an ass-hauling whimbrel, named Hope. A whimbrel is a very cool version of a curlew, a long-beaked, medium-sized wading bird. We see them now and again in our parts, but never performing extreme flight the way Hope did. Scientists singled out Hope for an experiment. It had her hosting satellite transmitters, as she made her annual sky-haul from North America to South America. As scientific luck would have it, Hope happened upon a large tropical storm over the ocean. That’s when she soared onto the strangeas-science radar. Flying into the storm – and its brutal headwinds – she threw it into migratory overdrive and flew 29 hours straight, averaging only 9 mph. Very unwomanlike, she never had to stop once to go. Still flitting forward like a champion, Hope eventually broke into the serene center of the storm, the eye. And she was about to open some scientific eyes – while collecting her just rewards for essentially having climbed up the storm. It was downhill time. In a phenomenon scientists call the “slingshot effect,” a cyclonic tailwind scooped up Hope and – this is highly documented, mind you – blew her forward in excess of 100 mph, for nearly two hours – sans tiny little helmet and goggles. I’m guessing at about 110 mph, she was either hooting like an extreme base-jumper or zipping along all gecko-eyed, mumbling, “I’m getting too old for this ****!” Just to add some science to Hope’s tail, I mean tale: “Our research is documenting Continued on Page 28

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Fish Story Continued from Page 28 lost to an industry that really is not that large or proďŹ table. Shrimping bycatch remains an utterly absurd and unconscionable violation of resource management. Shrimping annihilates an entire ecosystem. The numbers refuse to lie â&#x20AC;&#x201C; though ďŹ shery management will. Check out these DOA numbers and please, digest them: Between 2007 and 2011, the dead bycatch within just the North Carolina ocean shrimping industry included 900,805,945 croakers, 393,659,292 spot and (this is downright insane) 212,788,806 weakfish. Those arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t misprints. Those numbers are millions. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll even rub the misery in a bit. The separate bycatch from N.C.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bayside (Pamlico Sound) shrimping boats are 137,461,573 weakfish, 510,054,781 croakers and 262,262,212 spot. WTF!!! And those are just three species considered â&#x20AC;&#x153;Important Species.â&#x20AC;? Here we can only keep one weakďŹ sh a day because the stocks are so hurting while last year, in just North Carolina, over 30 million young weakďŹ sh died as bycatch for a handful of harvesters. How can we maintain any respect for the likes of the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Council â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or related ďŹ shery management groups â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which get all Draconian-like when ďŹ ercely controlling anglers, then timidly and blatantly turn a bumbling blind eye to bycatch abuses beyond comprehension?

I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe other commercial ďŹ shermen arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t also up in arms against such misuse of the resource. HOLGATE HAPPENINGS: I guess if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a beachcomber, you loved Holgate life last weekend, after it opened to walk-ons. Conversely, we of a mobile ďŹ shing ilk are hurting all over. Our highly anticipated days of ďŹ&#x201A;uking the Rip have yet to begin. And the ďŹ&#x201A;uking days are fading fast. The future is so gloomy in Holgate, I have to wear a headlamp just to write about it. Not only did last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s full-moon tides engorge themselves on the remaining sands at the Holgate entrance, but we have ravenous hurricane waves arriving this week. Someone call in the Marines â&#x20AC;&#x201C; make it the Army Corps. Correction: The previously announced meeting between NJDEP and LBT ofďŹ cials is actually this week â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not last. A bunch of us failed to factor in the holiday weekend dynamic. While the LBT/DEP meeting is private, this Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Commission meeting, 4 p.m., is legally open to the public. And you are the public. I hate when the â&#x20AC;&#x153;residents onlyâ&#x20AC;? concept rears its prejudicial head at municipal meetings. You truly have the right to attend town meetings, especially when issues therein impact you as an American citizen. Lord knows we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t automatically get a lot of other perks for that proud â&#x20AC;&#x153;Americanâ&#x20AC;? distinction. Just remember, Long Beach Township is as anxious as mobile anglers are to ďŹ nd a way to open the south end to buggies. The hitting of

the fan, sure to occur if it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t open, is not a look town hall wants to wear. RUNDOWN: Much of the arriving week will be windy and tricky â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to the point of keeping boats at bay. Surfcasting should be do-able, though 78-degree waters will continue to fend off predatory gameďŹ sh. Many folks are still ďŹ nding ďŹ ne ďŹ&#x201A;uking, though keeper ďŹ sh are far from a given, especially when ďŹ shing bays, inlets or beaches. If you can get out to ocean hot spots (heed weather warnings), the ďŹ&#x201A;uke keeper rate has been stellar for sharpies. Like most fisheries, the best fish fall to anglers with a special feel for the species. Not being one of those folks, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve stood next to ďŹ&#x201A;ukeologists as they nailed ďŹ sh after ďŹ sh. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d take maybe a suicidal undersized model or the only sea robins of the day. Odder tale of the week came via a cell phone photo of a smooth dogďŹ sh â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or what remained of a one-time smooth dogďŹ sh. It had been bitten down to a quarter-length (head) in such a way that you could see the slight curve of the shark bite that had dissected it. It does give rise to the possibility that our larger sharks are helping to reduce the number of dogďŹ sh. However, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m guessing the semi-devoured dogďŹ sh was a DOA, one of many ďŹ&#x201A;ung back into the ocean by surfcasters. With all the baitďŹ sh out there, a larger shark wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go to the trouble of chasing down a speedy dogďŹ sh. However, if a dead dogďŹ sh were just festering on the bottom, a quick bite would be irresistible to a passing shark. The following e-mail reďŹ&#x201A;ects a load of similar reports Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been getting regarding insane

kingďŹ shing. Caught kingďŹ sh: We were lucky to be there in a week where high tide was at dawn and dusk. They caught so many kingďŹ sh we ran out of bloodworms (and so did some bait stores). Many times Chris and his dad would both have double kings at the same time. Same with double Spot. Some days more spot than King but yesterday was all King! We must have released over 50. Audrey M. BlowďŹ sh are likely on the brink of moving out. Top take was 121 by B.D. I thought I had enough for the winter and my wife had friends over for a BBQ and away went the blowďŹ sh tails. Everyone still loves them the way they did a long time ago. There are smaller blues cruising around, though overall there has been a noticeable drop in numbers. Just wait until the fall tailors show up. Y

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ADOPTION A childless couple seeks to adopt. Will be hands on Mom and devoted Dad. Flexible schedules. Financial security. Expenses paid. Catherine & Michael. Ask for Adam 800-7905260.

ADOPT:

A Beautiful Home Laughter, Love, Art, Music Many Opportunities

Stay-home mom waits for first baby. Elaine, 800-561-9323.

Expenses Paid

PERSONALS Dear Elizabeth, Hope you have a fantastic year at your new school! Love you lots, Mom :) Dear Allen, Good luck in 1st grade! Love, Dad Maggie, Hope you have a great year at Magnet HS. We are so proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad

LBI 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. Write PO Box 768, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006.

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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.

Premier Quality Massage

Excellent therapy, delivered, 7 days. Swedish •Deep Tissue •Couples •Parties. Experienced Professional CMT. Call SkyBlu 609-226-4289, Sally.

HEALTH/FITNESS PERSONAL TRAINING

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

DEMOLITION SALE Brant Beach, 11 East 39th St., Sat., 9/8, 9am-3pm. Appliances, sinks, cabinets, A/Cs, ceiling fans, barbecue, housewares, kids’ stuff, shrubs. Peahala Park, 9001 Beach Ave. Sun., 9/2 & Sat., 9/8, 9am-5pm. Everything must go! Furniture, appliances, fencing, cabinets, rugs, housewares, etc.

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

GARAGE/YARD SALES Beach Haven, 215 Coral St., Sat., 9/8, 9am. Linens, bedspreads, suitcases, dish sets, crystal hurricane lamps, costume jewelry, ladies’ clothing. Can’t list everything. Come & see!

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GARAGE/YARD SALES Brant Beach, 13 West 59th St., Sat., 9/8, 8am-1pm. Rain Sun., 9/9. MULTI FAMILY! Furniture, rugs, household items. Everything must go! House coming down!

ESTATE SALE ENTIRE CONTENTS

Harvey Cedars, 11 East 85th St., Sat., 9/8, 9am-3pm. Rain or shine. Beach block contemporary w/furnishings, decor and appliances. www.shoreestatesales.com

ANTIQUES BEACH HAVEN ANTIQUES

509 Engleside Ave., Beach Haven. Highest prices paid for gold, silver, old costume jewelry and antiques. Store hours: Sun., Mon., Fri., 11am-4pm; Sat., 1pm-6pm. Call for appointments. 609-444-8119.

SHIP BOTTOM ANTIQUES BY THE BAY

Central Ave. at 28th St.

Osborn Island, Kentucky Drive, MULTI FAMILY SALE, Sat. & Sun., 9/8 & 9/9, 9am-4pm. Please no early birds.

END OF SEASON SALE! Open daily, except Tues./Wed. 609-361-0885.

Surf City, 24 North 19th St., Fri./ Sat., 9/7-9/8, 8am-noon. Collections of glass candle sticks, salts, hat boxes, old toys, tools, fishing rods, clay pots, frames, Broadway program covers, jewelry pins.

Summer Clearance & Sidewalk Sale. Sat., 9/8. Antiques, art to surfboards. Jonathan Law Fine Art Framing & Gallery, 2001 Long Beach Blvd, Surf City. 609-4940222. Weather permitting.

Tuckerton, 292 Heron Road, Sat., 9/8, 11am-5pm. Rain or shine. Refrigerator, hope chest, household items, patio set, etc.

TWO SHORE BIRDS

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. ....................................................... Open Wed.-Sun., 11am-4pm. 73 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin. 609597-5233. On the web at verdeantiquesandrarebooks.com

ANTIQUES 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.

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

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OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET

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

MOVING SALE Manahawkin, 200 Jennings Rd. Sat./Sun., 9/8-9/9, 9am-3pm. 5piece Ethan Allen walnut wall unit; walnut DR table w/4 chairs (extends to 109in.); 7ft. high armoire; sofa; desk/chair; 2 small, brushed walnut china closets; queen Sealy Posturepedic bed; misc. furniture.

APPLIANCES ERIK’S APPLIANCE SERVICE

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

609-597-6446

Lic.#13VH05348400

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THE ANTIQUE ‘YELLOW BRICK’ ROAD SHOW

Free verbal appraisals of antiques, collectibles & ‘‘oddities’’ with the ‘‘Wizard,’’ Richard E. Plunkett. Over 49 years of local experience. Member of N.E. Appraisers Association. We buy, sell, preview estates & garage sales. Call 494-9384 or 494-4661. Wizard of Odds, 7601 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Crest. Open through Sept.

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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

FURNITURE Rattan sofa & chair, beige/green palm pattern on cushions. Excellent condition. $500. Please call 609-494-0034 or 610-476-0778. White rattan living room set, $600. Sofa, love seat, chair w/ottoman, glass coffee & end tables. Blue/yellow fabric. Excellent condition. Holgate. Call 732-887-1179.

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MERCHANDISE WANTED CAMERAS WANTED

Highest prices paid for quality cameras. No Kodak, no polaroid, no movie. Will pick up. Please call 908-964-7661.

MERCHANDISE 47in. flat screen TV, like new, with internal & external speakers. $375. Please call 609-290-1920.

ACME BIKE SHOPS HUGE SALE!

Bikes: ......................from $150! Sk8boards ................from $49! Skimboards .................50% off! Rashys ..................Buy 1 Get 1 Footwear ............50%-80% off! ElliptiGOs: ..................$250 off! RENTAL GEAR SELL OFF! 84th Street, 609-492-5150. acmebeachandbike.com Bookcase, wooden, w/2 shelves & glass sliding doors, $35. Extension table w/2 leafs, $75. 4-drawer desk, $35. Sewing machine base cabinet, $35. 609-698-4258.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Friday, Sept. 21st

MetLife Stadium, section 339. 4 tickets available, $100 each. Please call 908-705-0238. CASTRO convertible sofa and love seat in good condition, $200. New window Sharp AC 8000 BTU $125, used while installing our central air. 718-288-3622. 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. Penn International II 50TW reel w/ Penn International #2255ARA 5.5ft. tuna stick. Takes 50/130lb. line. Used once, $450. 973-785-9254 or 973-228-2448. Retractable electric awning, 21ft., $250. Professionally maintained twice a year. You must take down. Call 609-575-8198.


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RUBBISH & GARBAGE REMOVAL

TENT SALE

LIZZIE ROSE TEA ROOM

Inventory Clearance up to 70% off, everything must go! OPEN: Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., 12-4pm. 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...609-492-4996. acmerentals.biz

ART & COLLECTIBLES Summer Clearance & Sidewalk Sale, Sat., 9/8. Antiques, art to surfboards. Jonathan Law Fine Art Framing & Gallery, 2001 Long Beach Blvd, Surf City. 609-4940222. Weather permitting.

CATERING 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

JUNK OUT

You name it, we remove it! Everybody has junk. Home & Business. Basements •Attics •Yards •Garages •Sheds •Apartments. 877-637-JUNK.

CLEANING SERVICES 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

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.

CLEANING SERVICES

CLEANING SERVICES

ANCHOR CLEANING

Commercio Quality

You’ll Get the Cleanest Carpet & Upholstery

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

AT SHORE SERVICE

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

Betty’s Busy Bees, LLC

Year ’round cleaning service. Residential/Commercial. Openings/ Closings, Changeovers. Reasonable rates. Bonded and Insured. Call 609-618-9465.

CARPET CLEANING

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

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

BEST

Got Cobwebs?

STEAM CARPET CLEANING

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

SHORE THING CATERING

CLEANING SERVICES

609-489-1721

2 Jersey Girls Cleaning Service Reasonable • Experienced Weekly • Bi-Weekly Year ‘Round

609-812-0597

Paula Sullivan, Owner

EXIT

WINDOW CLEANING AND POWER WASHING LLC.

609-294-0675

Free Estimates/Fully Insured • Owner Operated

CLEAR REFLECTIONS LLC Window Cleaning Pressure Washing Painting • Staining

Call: 609-389-2565

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.

DORA’S ISLAND CLEANING

SEASONAL/YEAR ’ROUND

609-276-5537

MillCreek Carpet Cleaners

Carpets, ceramic tile, furniture. 23 years serving LBI. Call 609492-7061, or 609-597-7061.

Fireplaces Plus, Inc.

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

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

SUN BUSTERS WINDOW TINTING sunbusters.cjb.net

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

Atlantic Awnings

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

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Professional cleaning with a personal touch. Residential, offices, rentals. Owner operated. Free estimates. Call 609-709-4267, leave message.

609-618-2420 www.AtlanticAwningCompany.com

Temperature Controlled Storage • Repairs • Re-Hang Take Downs • Professional Washing with Sealant Recovers (Choose from Over 800 Acrylic Fabrics) Free Estimates

Lic# 13VH06758700

Fully Insured

Kelly’s Cleaning Services Michael J. Kelly 732-364-5330 mjjkelly@aol.com Family Owned & Operated - Our 18th Year A Year Round Company Based on LBI

Weekly • Bi-Monthly • Monthly Residential • Rentals • Changeovers Emergencies Window Cleaning Specialist/ Specialist/Screens Screens • Shades • Blinds Ceiling Fans • Steamed Carpets & Rugs Storage Solutions for Garages • Estate Cleaning Free Estimates References Available • Professional • Prompt

Planning Always Pays! Fall is the Ideal Time to Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal Power Washing/Mold Removal • Bushes Cut & Shaped Underbrush Mowing & Weed Wacking Plant Perennials for an Early Spring Schedule Spring Cleanups Now

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

CALL-TOLL FREE (866) 521-0076 • (866) 521-8790 FAX 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.

ATLANTIC AWNINGS

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

CHIMNEY SWEEPING

Mr. Maintenance Cleaning

DANA LIMOUSINES, LLC

SERVING THE TRI-STATE AREA

AWNINGS & CANOPIES

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

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

Fully Insured

FULLY LICENSED Danalimousine DanalimousineLLC LLC@aol.com @aol.com INSURED

SCREEN REPAIRS

Specializing In Oceanfront & Bayfront Homes

Fast Screen 609.312.1076

JG DESIGNS

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

HOUSE WATCH

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

Same Day Mobile Repair Service Credit Cards Accepted

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

WINDOW TREATMENTS

Fully Insured

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

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HOUSE WATCH

HANDYMAN

All Winter House Watch $55/Month

FRANK & SON General Home Repair Service. All types of repairs and improvements. Experienced. Dependable. For estimate: 609597-7559, cell 609-312-8254.

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

Customer Photo Album Call for appointment

HANDYMAN

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

609-290-1920

EYE on LBI

HOME WORK

Who’s watching your home?

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

609-713-8352

LBI HOME HANDYMAN

House Watch Property Mgmt Services Call Kevin and Mike

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

www.EYEonLBI.com

METAL WORKING WELDING

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

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.

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

LBIHANDYMAN.COM

Wind Damage, Screens, Roofing, Siding, Flooring, Tile, Windows, Drywall, Trim, Decks, Kitchens, Baths, Cleanouts. Guaranteed call back. Lic.#13VH04665400. 609489-6305. Repair & yard work, power washing, interior/exterior painting & staining. No job too big. No job too small. We do it all. Serving LBI out of Beach Haven. 609-312-9857.

SUNRISE SERVICES

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.

ELECTRICAL

PAINTING

COSMOS ELECTRIC

A-1 SCHROEDER PAINTING

PROMPT, HONEST & FAIR

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

HOME ELECTRICAL

Ceiling Fans, Recessed Lighting, Panel Upgrades, Swimming Pools, Hot Tubs, Additions/Repairs, Troubleshooting. FREE estimates. Call Gene 732-606-7469. Lic#16498.

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.

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

We Make and Install Metal Roofs Since 1970

ALLPURPOSEREPAIRS.COM

Painting and Contracting

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

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

AL-CAT PAINTING

BYRNE PAINTING

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

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

JW CLEANING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE PAINTING POWER WASHING Single Home $149 & up 2 Story Home $249 & up Decks

Fully Insured

•Window Washing •Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning •24-Hour Water Damage Cleanups

609-276-8666

Home Improvements & Handyman Service

Over 25 Years’ Experience

COAST HANDYMAN SERVICES

West Creek Sheet Metal 609-597-8719

NO JOB TOO SMALL

609-361-1332

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

Your One Stop Shop for House se Watching & Property P Management Needs

NJ LICENSE #6156

GEORGE WARR Electrical Contractor

Interior & Exterior Inspections

7 days a week 12 months a year

“NO JOB TOO SMALL” Serving Local Businesses & Home Owners for 32 years • Upgrade Electrical Service • Recessed Lighting • Air Conditioning Circuits

FREE ESTIMATES

609-287-0501

609-494-0927

Property Management

Protect your Property from: Break-ins, Storm Damage, Vandalism, Structural Damages and Failures, Tresspassers, Plumbing & Electrical Failures, Vagrants.

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 •Exterior •Expert Restoration & Repairs •Faux •Refinishing •Decks Restored •Power Washing. 609-7133407. Lic.#13VH05855900.

PAINT & HAMMER

Interior and Exterior Staining & Painting. Powerwashing. Windows & Doors Installed. Michael O’Donnell. Lic.#13VH05479800. 609-494-3699.

R.J.H. Paint & Stain

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

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

800-560-WASH

Serving LOCAL Businesses & Homeowners for Over 20 Years

• New Construction • Wiring for Ceiling Fans • Troubleshooting

597-8570 LICENSE No. 6093

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

ALL SHORE

185 N. Main St. (Rt. 9) Manahawkin, N.J. Lic # 5828

WE DO SOLAR

All Phases of Electrical Work No Job Too Small

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

(some restrictions may apply)

“Extreme Home Make Over Contractor”

(609) 978-6530 WWW.GOGREENWITHLOUSELECTRIC.COM

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

SPECIALIZING IN FIBERGLASS, SIDING, VINYL RAILING & DECKS

Choose your own personal level of protection & services: • Home Security • Home Maintenance • Power Washing • Landscaping • Pool & Spa Maintenance • Snow Removal •Vacation Preparation

Weekly, Bi-Monthly, Monthly On Site Home Inspections.

Residential • Commercial • Industrial

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

Call for free estimates

ShoreShield@gmail.com Protect Your Home With Shore Shield

Free Estimates 24-Hr. Service

KURTZ ELECTRIC, INC.

• Kitchens & Baths • Wood Rot • Painting • Windows & Doors • Sheetrock, etc. • Rental Repairs

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

609-891-6905

Fully Bonded & Insured Lic.# 15541

PAINTING

Free Estimates

$50 OFF ANY JOB OVER $200

D. Cerillo

Construction LLC

Big C...Little Repairs

609-839-9118

Andrew H. Grayson

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

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.

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

PAINTING

Free Estimates

732-477-8552

www.allshorepm.com johnk@allshorepm.com

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

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ROOFING/SIDING

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

A ALL EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS

DECK RESTORATION SERVICES

Sanding â&#x20AC;˘Staining â&#x20AC;˘Sealing â&#x20AC;˘Repairs â&#x20AC;˘Power Washing â&#x20AC;˘Mildew Removal. Reasonable Rates, Free Estimates. Licensed & Insured.

609-367-5176.

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.

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

A ALL PHASES OF ROOFING/SIDING

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

DECKING PLUS DECK BUILDERS & POWERWASHING CO.

25 Years Experience FREE ESTIMATES â&#x20AC;˘ INSURED 609-693-3472 Reg./Lic.# 13VH01404200

Frank Co. Painting & Paperhanging

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

609-276-9213

EXTERIOR/ INTERIOR

POWER

PAINTING STAINING 597-0544

CARPENTRY

ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

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

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

CABINETMAKER

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

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.

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

FIND AN ELECTRICIAN IN THE SANDPAPER CLASSIFIEDS

CUSTOM HOUSE PAINTING

361-2452

P&H ROOFING

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

Free Estimates

Fully Insured

RooďŹ ng â&#x20AC;˘ Fiberglass Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Skylights â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Rails All Types of Shingles & Repairs

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

$500 OFF Joy Milano

MILANO TILE, LLC Serving LBI over 40 years

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

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

Reg./Lic.# 13VH01741000

PINSTRIPE ROOFING

Old & New Floors Installation & Repairs

Jerry Milano

iguanaroofinganddecks.com iguanaroofing@yahoo.com

609-294-8219

Floor Sanding & ReďŹ nishing

609-597-6229

609-384-1709

(No subcontractors)

Lic# 13VH01941200

Specializing In Stain Work

with this ad! Clip & Save! Valid until 12/31/12

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

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

pinstriperoofing.com NJ LIC# 13VH06396300

ATLANTIC ROOFING & SIDING

Residental & Commercial Shingle Roofs â&#x20AC;˘ Flat Roofs â&#x20AC;˘ EPDM â&#x20AC;˘ Single Ply Systems Vinyl & Cedar Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Copper â&#x20AC;˘ Chimneys Additions & Alterations â&#x20AC;˘ Gutters â&#x20AC;˘ Windows â&#x20AC;˘ Painting Fiberglass Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Railings â&#x20AC;˘ Skylights â&#x20AC;˘ All Repairs

609-698-7766

Fully Insured

Reg./Lic.# 13VH01517700

Rickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

â&#x20AC;˘ Interior â&#x20AC;˘ Exterior â&#x20AC;˘ Brush â&#x20AC;˘ Roll â&#x20AC;˘ Spray â&#x20AC;˘ Popcorn Ceilings

ROOFING/SIDING

Free Estimates

Serving Ocean County & LBI for over 20 years Lic. #13VH00496100

WASHING â&#x20AC;˘ New/Old Work â&#x20AC;˘ Wall Paper Removal â&#x20AC;˘ Sheetrock Repairs

F R E E E S T I M AT E S â&#x20AC;˘ F U L LY I N S U R E D â&#x20AC;˘ R E A S O N A B L E R AT E S

Hansonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House Painting, LLC #1 Summer Prices!

Ceramic Tile LLC

LLC

Marble - Natural Stone - Glass Tile Custom Showers â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Bathroom Remodels Kitchen Backsplashes Small Jobs & Repairs Welcome

609-296-6906 â&#x20AC;˘ 609-618-9031

609-361-8815

Fully Insured â&#x20AC;˘ Reg/Lic 13VH00054700

N.J. Lic#13VH06719700

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!

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

609.276.9299

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

609-494-5094

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

Free Estimates

Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Roofs â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Handrails

609-713-0581 Lic # 13vH00034400

25 Years Experience

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

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

Fully Insured

Serving LBI

Visit us at: www.skyroďŹ&#x201A;oors.com

5HJ/LF9+

WINDOWS AND DOORS

Custom Fiberglass

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

ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS

33 YEARS IN BUSINESS

FULLY INSURED & LICENSED

KRETZER & SONS, INC.

Additions

CUSTOM BUILDERS

Carpentry, Renovations, Alterations Decks, Kitchens, Windows & Doors Knowledgeable Estimates

BATH & KITCHEN REMODELS REPLACEMENT WINDOWS DECKS & VINYL RAILS WILLIAM C. KRETZER, PRESIDENT FORKED RIVER, NJ

609-597-7197 Cell: 609-709-6839

Licensed & Insured Lic#13VH01655700

NEW HOME BUILDERS LIC#00595 HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS LIC#13VH03118500

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LANDSCAPING

PEST CONTROL LIND ENTERPRISES LLC TERMITE & PEST CONTROL

(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

LANDSCAPING

MOWING & TRIMMING

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

Fall Cleanups/Winter Closings •Planting •Pruning •Mulching •Weeding •Fencing. Over 15 years experience. Low rates. Please call 609-276-3111.

Call Howard 609-384-5019

FENCING

LAWN CARE

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

FENCES

609-361-4310

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

www.hochslandscaping.com Lic # 13VH04791400

Visit our New Garden Center!

Free Estimates

FLAGS & FLAGPOLES

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

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.

Landscaping & Garden Center

LAWN CARE

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

DAWSON

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

SPRINKLERS “When You Want It Done Right”

Reg/Lic# 13VH02805500

A SUMMER CLEANUP

Lawn

494-7562 • 294-9551

Landscapes

LANDSCAPING

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

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

(609) 978-1577 • (732) 244-0623

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

LIGHTHOUSE LANDSCAPE

more

www.LandscapeLBInj.com

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

609-660-0009 $

100 OFF

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

AFFORDABLE Landscaping

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. FALL CLEANUPS & CLEANOUTS. •Lawn Mowing •Gutters •Shrub/ Tree Trimming •Lawn Dethatching •Aeration •Gardening, by H&M Lawn & Tree Service. Free estimates. 609-618-9741.

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

All Landscape Services & Outdoor Lighting Installations

609-494-7373

BARNEGAT L IGHT PERENNIAL GARDENS L ANDSCAPING & GARDENS perennialgardenslbi.com

Allgreen Pest Services ECO FRIENDLY power washing/wildlife trapping

Landscaping • Fencing • Pavers

7 Day Service

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

For-Shore Weed Control Lawn Care

(609) 494-0800

Complete Range of Landscaping Services Shore Garden Specialist Proudly Serving LBI’s North End

Lic.# 13VH01646400

609.709.5227 SRF444@yahoo.com

Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Real Estate Inspections

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

Landscape Design Tree & Shrub Care

Sod • Stone • Plantings • Pavers Retaining Walls• Lighting Drainage Systems• Property Maintenance

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

Lic. #13VH00349300

609-978-1392 Joe Salentino C:609-312-3688 H:609-848-9033

LAWN CARE • TREE & SHRUB CARE OUTDOOR PEST CONTROL

On tthe O h Side

609-693-6999

LANDSCAPING

10% Off New Customers Expires 9/30/12

• Rock • Cleanups • All Landscape Needs • 60ft. Bucket Lift • Pavers • Hardscaping • Treework • Trimming • Planting • Weeding • Mulch • Topsoil

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

F

QUALITY DEPENDABLE WORK

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

Cottagefence@yahoo.com Licensed & Insured Lic # 13VH05152400

609-489-6400

Night & Day Landscape Design

609.812.9191 www.shrubheads.com “Your yard is always on our mind”


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MANAHAWKIN TREE SERVICE

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

494-0266

597-8846

Free estimates. Fully insured. Lic.#13VH01099400

SCHONEYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LANDSCAPING CLEANUPS

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

LANDSCAPING SEASONAL CLEANUPS LBI & MAINLAND AREA

Tree, Shrub & Ornamental Grass Trimming â&#x20AC;˘Flower Care â&#x20AC;˘Hand Weeding â&#x20AC;˘Pine Needle/Leaf Removal â&#x20AC;˘Mulch, Organic Soil & Stone Delivered â&#x20AC;˘Complete Landscape Care.

LANDSCAPING STAFFORD STONE

Stone Delivery & Spreading â&#x20AC;˘Grading â&#x20AC;˘Fill â&#x20AC;˘Mulch â&#x20AC;˘Topsoil â&#x20AC;˘Stone, all types & sizes. Free estimates. 609-698-5505, 609709-6556. Lic.#13VH02679500.

GIOTTINI LANDSCAPING 609-494-4808

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

Clean Ups â&#x20AC;˘ Trimming â&#x20AC;˘ Tree Planting & Plants Celestino Cruz References â&#x20AC;˘ Free Estimates - Est. 1980

Reg./Lic# 13VH02263300

J.J. BRICK PAVERS LLC Patios â&#x20AC;˘ Walkways â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways Retaining Walls & Stone â&#x20AC;˘ Flower Beds Landscaping â&#x20AC;˘ Mulch â&#x20AC;˘ Top Soil

Jose Lopez cell 609-713-0940 â&#x20AC;˘ ofďŹ ce 609-978-8420

ELEVATORS

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

ACCREDITED HOME ELEVATOR CO.

CULTURED STONE

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

LANDSCAPE DESIGN STONE PAVERS WALLS FENCING ASPHALT SPRINKLERS

609-597-6492 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Every Project a Referralâ&#x20AC;? Lic.#13VH05803700

Curbs Driveways Patios Sidewalks Steps

Carl Gallagher Mason â&#x20AC;˘ Contracting

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

OUTHERN

Sales/Service â&#x20AC;˘Residential and Commercial â&#x20AC;˘New or Existing â&#x20AC;˘Installation â&#x20AC;˘Moder nization â&#x20AC;˘Repairs â&#x20AC;˘Service/Service Contracts. Hoistway Construction, Dumbwaiters, Chairlifts. Visit our showroom, 127 Rte. 9 South, Barnegat. Lic.#13VH04317500. www.accelevator.com

609-660-8000

Mr. Fix-It

Corrigan Construction Co.

Rotted Wood Repairs Sheetrock & Painting Leaky Roofs & Siding Wall Air Conditioners Closets & Partitions - Trim Decks, Stairs & Showers Windows â&#x20AC;˘ Doors â&#x20AC;˘ Locks Andersen Window Repairs Termite Repairs Lic.#L046452

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

361-8226

609-978-1045 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: 609-978-0337 celestino.landscaping@yahoo.com

MASONRY

Est. 1987

Fully Insured Free Estimates

597-2692 Lic#13VH04928600

BAUMILLER Concrete Work

OCEAN Serving All of LBI 609-492-1899 Beach Haven

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 fall cleanup

FREE 3-D Design with any Design Built Service

10% off for New Customers

Stone Spreading â&#x20AC;˘ Brick Pavers â&#x20AC;˘ Landscaping

609-597-3629

T.W. Knorr Construction, LLC

www.SouthernOceanHardscaping.com

Lic# 13VH02482900

BUILDERS & CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS

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

Additions â&#x20AC;˘ New Homes â&#x20AC;˘ Home OfďŹ ce Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Media Rooms Add-A-Levels â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens & Baths tim@twknorr.com â&#x20AC;˘ www.twknorr.com NJ Reg # 13VH03126700

ANTHONY JOHNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S REMODELING, LLC HOME REPAIRS & IMPROVEMENTS Always a Quality Job at a Fair Price

(609) 276-2242

Calls promptly returned ajh4building@aol.com

Outdoor Environments

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

Landscape Planning, Design & Construction â&#x20AC;˘ Plant Services Property Management â&#x20AC;˘ Irrigation & Drainage Solutions Landscape Lighting â&#x20AC;˘ Outdoor Living Areas â&#x20AC;˘ Carpentry Services Fiberglass Pools & Spas â&#x20AC;˘ Hardscape Design-Build Services

30 Years Experience Reg/Lic# 13VH06407000

Long Beach Island, NJ

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

Stone Delivery & Spreading â&#x20AC;˘ All Types & Sizes Quality Paver Work Most Reasonable & Experienced Area Contractor Mushroom & Topsoil â&#x20AC;˘ Clam Shells

We Will Beat Any Estimate by 5% FREE ESTIMATES FREE ATES

494-4106 â&#x20AC;˘ 597-1767

Lic#13VH00893900

EMERGENCY WORK

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ESTIM

609-296-5335

AXIS

732-208-8733 Over 20 Years Experience Fully Insured â&#x20AC;˘ Lic. #13VH01823000

Certified Arborist & Line Clearance Certified Tree Removal & Planting Natural/Organic Tree, Plant & Lawn Care Proper Pruning & Trimming â&#x20AC;˘ Cleanups & Clearings Stump Grinding â&#x20AC;˘ Brush Piles â&#x20AC;˘ Firewood 60' Aerial Lift / Grapple Truck / Experienced Climbers Customized Plant Care Program â&#x20AC;˘ Fertilization & Disease Management

Licensed & Insured

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

609-597-0964 Manahawkin, NJ 08050

856-764-8446 Delran, NJ 08075

609-489-6305 BuildAxis.com

Fully Insured NJ License # 13VH04665400

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

& R PLUMBING

Quality Service at Your Convenience

Residential & Commercial

Thomas J Kohler Jr. owner/operator Lic# 12557

Winterizations 10% Senior Citizen Discount

609-242-5474

All Fixtures, Drain Cleaning, Water Heater Installation & Repairs Appliance Installation & Repairs 24 Hr. Emergency Service Lic# 4996

Heating & Cooling

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

609-276-1658

JR’S HEATING SERVICE BOILER REPAIR

WINTER HOUSE WATCH Avail.

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.

++EMERGENCY SERVICE +: Cold Weather is Just Around the Corner Schedule Your HEAT CHECK AND YOUR TURN OFF/WINTERIZATION “brrrrrr-it’s gonna be a cold one!”

LAURENCE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

SENIOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ON SERVICE CALLS

www.storsbergplumbing.com

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

Lic #6062

609-812-0094

Rick Barker Heating & Cooling, LLC

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

Seasonal Water Turn-Ons & Offs

Ozzie Montanha License# 11125

Phone # 609-978-3551

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.

ADMIRAL HOME REPAIR

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

AFFORDABILITY J. COLLINS & SONS CARPENTRY

Residential & Commerical • Repair s & Alterations

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

6 0 9 - 5 7 7-1514 Quality Workmanship for Over 25 Years No Job Too Small or Large

A ALL H0ME IMPROVEMENTS

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

CALL

NJ Lic.#8500

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

A.G.F. HOME IMPROVEMENTS All phases of home renovations. Kitchens •Baths •Tile •Decks •Fully Insured •References •Free Estimates. 609-971-7459. Lic.#13VH01279700.

Master Plumber

Please visit us online for current product discounts

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

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.

Plumbing & Heating Service - Repairs - Remodels

Lic.# 13VH05908400

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.

A ALL PHASES OF HOME IMPROVEMENTS

MECHANICAL 609-587-8017

JERSEY SHORE PLUMBING & DESIGN

609-361-9453

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

MONTANHA

Heating • Air Conditioning • Air Quality Repairs • Installations • Service Contracts www.heritagehomeservicesnj.com

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

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

609-290-1920

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

6105 Long Beach Blvd. • Brant Beach

INSTALLATION & REPAIR SERVICES

Baseboard heat, circulators, relays, thermostats, zone valves installed. Over 30 years experience.

HOME TEMPERATURE MONITORING

Yes, Our Office Is On LBI!

609-361-0600

ALL-WAYS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

FAZIO HEAT & AIR

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

PLUMBING

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.

609-618-4298

609-549-5088 Office

HEATING & COOLING

Free Estimates

Marke Bednarek Custom Builder Think Clean...

HEATING • COOLING • PLUMBING SAME DAY HEATING AND COOLING REPLACEMENTS

Residential • Commercial

10% OFF ALL SERVICE CALLS

$250 OFF Any New or NJ LIC #13VH00948900 Master Plumbers Lic #6582 EPA Lead-Safe Certification Master Plumbers Lic #6582 NJ LICRVI #13VH00948900 David Weiner Lic# 1850530477

Replacement System

Build Green

LBI’s FINEST CONTRACTOR CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR OFF-SEASON WORK!

Kitchens • Baths • Decks • Tile • Drywall / Paint Siding • Laundry Sheds • Windows & Doors

EVERYTHING YOUR PROPERTY NEEDS!

(609) 206-6743 Fully Licensed & Insured

NJ License #13VH03436700


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ALL HOME REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

EAST COAST CONTRACTING– Kitchen & Bath Remodeling •Decks •Vinyl Railings •Tile & More. 1 hour response. Chris 609-618-3462. Lic.#13VH06855700

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

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

COAST WINDOW & DOOR

Installers, all windows/doors. Replacements, Andersen, repairs. Licensed and Insured. Lic.#13VH03837800. Call Dave 609-296-5779.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS JOSEPH MIDURE

HOME IMPROVEMENTS INC.

Vinyl Siding •Windows •Doors •Decks •Carpentry & More. Free Estimates. 609-294-0173. Fully Insured. Lic.#13VH06667900

MICHAEL & SON

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

MALCOLM LEIGH CONSTRUCTION LLC

ROBERT SCHAMBER

BUILDER LLC

HOME IMPROVEMENTS Repairs • Alterations • Window Replacements • Siding R Decks & Railings • Kitchens • Baths Tel/Fax T 609-494-7006 | Cell 609-290-1530 Serving LBI 25 Years

Lic #13VH00275100

jppereiraconstruction.com Reg/Lic# 13VH00319400

New Homes • Additions Structural Repairs • Decks Siding • Framing Historical Renovations Home Improvements

EASTERN BAY CONSTRUCTION LLC Decks • Siding• Windows• Doors• Tile Additions • Home Repairs • Licensed and Insured • Free Estimates 609.812.5748

NJHIC #13VH06875900

ROBERT HOTALING

BUILDER • REMODELING

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

HONEY-DO HOME REPAIRS

We Do What Your Honey Won’t! Interior/exterior. Popular Mechanics magazine featured 3 of my projects. 33 years experience. 609492-3749, 609-290-2995. Lic.#13VH01765700.

T. HORLEMAN CONTRACTING

All Your Home Improvement Needs. 20+ years. All phases– Carpentry •Plumbing •Tile •Baths •Kitchens •Decks •Outside Showers •Furniture Repair. References. Consultant/Design. 609-661-5291. Lic.#13VH01359600

HELP WANTED AIRLINES ARE HIRING! Train for hands on aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assisitance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-564-4204. Available immediately. Couple or persons to clean Lorry’s Motel on LBI. Salary plus free trailer in which to live if needed. 609-492-6363.

HELP WANTED

BAYBERRY INN

Experienced drivers. Great home time! Regional LTL opportunities available in Burlington, NJ! Earn up to $1,100 or more per week. Plenty of miles. 855-780-8011. www.driveffe.com

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

Waiters/Waitresses, F/T & P/T, year ’round. Apply in person, 13th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. 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 Certified Home Health Aide class, 9/17-10/4. Call Visiting Home Care of Ocean County, 732-244-5565, ext. 221 or 200 for information. EOE. 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 Drivers- Co-O/Ops/Solo teams. Class A-CDL, 1 year experience in last 3. Long haul, regional, dry van guarantee pay package. 800-6959643 or www.driveforwatkins.com Drivers- Full or part time. $0.01 increase per mile after 6 months. Choose your hometime. Weekly, 7/ ON-7/OFF, 14ON-7/OFF. Requires 3 months recent experience. 800-414-9569. www.driveknight.com

ENGLESIDE MOTEL & RESTAURANT

Now hiring year ’round host/hostess, experienced servers. 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 Full time/part time seasonal landscaping work. Start immediately. Transportation a must. Experience or pickup truck a plus. Call 609709-5227. SRF444@yahoo.com

HOLIDAY INN

P/T housekeeping position available, must be able to work weekends. Please apply in person, 151 Route 72 East, Manahawkin. Licensed Real Estate Agent for Sales & Rentals in Progressive Suppor tive LBI Office. Join a Friendly, Positive Professional Team. Call Rick at Stevens Real Estate for a Confidential Interview, 609-494-5555. Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Dishwashers needed. Please call 609494-4343 or stop in at La Spiaggia, 357 West 8th St., Ship Bottom.

MARINE MECHANIC

Able to work on O/Bs and I/Os. Full time, year ’round in West Creek. Please call 609-709-3727. Phone/Front Desk Receptionist, FT/PT. Flexible hours needed, may include evenings. Call Heather at 609-971-7616. REAL ESTATE– Sales/Rental agents. Build or increase your business in one of our busy Long Beach Island offices. Great opportunities for newcomers or seasoned agents. Call Aileen Kidd TODAY at Prudential Zack Shore Proper ties for a confidential interview. 609-494-1776.

Sea Shell Resort & Beach Club is seeking housekeepers, immediately until Halloween. Apply in person to Joann, 10 S. Atlantic Ave., Beach Haven. Top $$ paid. Surflight Box Office, part time. Detail oriented, customer friendly. Must be computer savvy. Email resume to tickets@surflight.org 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.

INSTRUCTION Tutor for Hire, 20-year-old college student teaches Physics, Math and Chemistry on weekdays. Grades 6-12, $15/hour. 609-661-8336 or Butterk1@tcnj.edu

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.

Housekeeping Help Wanted Apply In Person Must Work Weekends

The challenge is to fill every row across, every column down, and every 3x3 box with the digits 1 through 9. Each 1 through 9 digit must appear only once in each row across, each column down, and each 3x3 box.

Spray Beach Inn

KITCHENS • BATHROOOMS • INTERIORS • REPAIRS LIC# 13VH00402400

HELP WANTED

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DECKS • SIDING • WINDOWS • DOORS

609-361-8226 SHIP BOTTOM

HELP WANTED

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609-492-1501

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

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Hostess Servers Bartender

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494-5776

HELP WANTED Servers Bartenders Bussers Hostess

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

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COMPUTER SERVICES COMPUTER TECH

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

CHILD CARE Child care for Teachers. Teacher offering child care in structured ‘‘home’’ while you are in school!!! Program includes: academic skills in math, phonics, science and exercise to music! Snacks and lunch will be included. Please call me at 609-296-5958.

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.

PETS/PET CARE 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.

GARAGE FOR RENT L.E.H. 1,000sqft. Very Clean. Safe, Secure Residential Area. One Block Rte. 9. Classic Cars, Boats, Inventory. Can Divide. Great Deal! 732-492-0709. (View picture53001 online)

HOUSES FOR SALE

BEACH HAVEN O c e a n s i d e, 9 0´ x 9 0´ c or n er l ot . N i c e, 3 BR , 2BA ranch, gas heat, C/A, Fireplace, 2-car garage. Excellent location.

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

REMAX LBI OF

On the causeway.

4,000 sq.ft. Waterfront Home in Sweetwater, NJ. Geothermal heat, 150ft. bulkhead, $550K. Call 609965-4795 for more information, or visit www.mullicariverhomes.com 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. Two-story colonial home for sale by owner. 7,601sq.ft., 3BR, 2BA w/ fireplace, hot tub, hardwood floors, cathedral ceiling. $249,000! 138 West Holly Lane, LEH. For more information and pictures call 609618-2572 or email jencosta7911@aol.com

COMMERCIAL FOR SALE Bakery for sale, beach block, on LBI. Turn-key operation. For more details call 609-276-1348. Gift shop for sale in Surf City. Turnkey. Inventory & fixtures included. Lease. Asking $30,000/OBO, Call 609-841-0843.

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, steps 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.

rjbeihl@naplessunrealty.com

Bank acquired luxury Condos! FINAL CLOSEOUT SALE, 9/15/12 only! Ideally located between Naples & Sarasota, Fl. Save over $200,000! Gorgeous new 3BR, 2BA, 1,500sq.ft. condo with garage. Now only $109,900 (you can’t build for less!). Appliances, granite counters, much more. Ask about our Fly and Buy program. EXCELLENT FINANCING! Only 2 available. Hurry! Call now 877-5263631, ext. 100.

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT Manahawkin, 1,000 sq.ft. Ideal professional office, retail or medical office. Available immediately.Will subdivide. Jeff, 732-580-7457 or Diane Turton Realtors, 609-492-7000.

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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.

Stafford Forge Business Park

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

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.

YEAR ROUND RENTALS

SUMMER RENTALS

Peahala Park duplex, furnished and renovated. 3BR, 1BA, dishwasher, W/D, A/C, gas heat, O/S. No smoking/pets. $1,500/month + utilities. Available 9/15/12. Call Bill 201-739-3914.

BRANT BEACH. SEE OUR AD UNDER FALL RENTALS

Ship Bottom, move-in condition, 6year-old single family. 3BR, 2.5BA, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, rooftop hot tub, deck & porch. Available Oct. for yearly or monthly rental. Contact Laurie at 215-2371883 or email laurie@lauriecondello.com (View picture63005 online) Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom, unfurnished efficiency. Beach block, offstreet parking. Available Sept., $850/month (includes utilities and WiFi). Call 609-548-3772. Ship Bottom, spacious, 3BR, 2BA apartment over Pottery Barge. A/C, W/D, DW. Furnished/unfurnished. No smoking. $1,200/month plus utilities. Will consider winter rental. Call 908-403-2532. Surf City, north end, year ’round or winter. 1 block from beach, 4BR, 2BA house. Available 11/1. 215901-6574. surfcity67@gmail.com

BARTLETT LANDING

Surf City, 2nd floor, unfurnished, 2 small bedrooms. W/D, wall-to-wall carpet, gas heat, off-street parking. $950/month + utilities. No pets/ smoking. References. 215-4296508.

September Special!

Tuckerton, waterfront duplex. 3BR, 2.5BA, in great condition. Wood floors, W/D hook-up. Pets OK. Credit check. $1,500/month plus utilities. 732-796-7250.

YEAR ROUND RENTALS Convenient/Comfor table, 2BR, 2BA, fully applianced. Call or stop in today. Our team is eager to help make you feel ‘‘at home.’’ Move in by 9/30/12, pay $500 security. Call 609-294-2404.

VILLAGE ON THE GREEN

AAA BAYFRONT

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. Beach Haven, LEHYC area, 315 Kentford Ave. SEASONAL 2013! 3BR, 2BA, front & rear decks, laundry room, sun room, EIK, off-street parking, outside shower, storage shed. $18,000 (5/11-10/12). Call for appt. 609-618-2105. Beach Haven, 212 South Bay Ave., central location. 3BR, 2BA, W/D, A/ C, large kitchen. Sleeps 8. Sept., $900/week. 732-317-3525, 908331-0180.

Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom house on quiet, bayside street. Washer/dryer, cable included. N/S. Available now through Sept., $800/week. Please leave message at 609-494-9568. View pictures thesandpaper .net

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

Surf City. OK, YOU WIN! Name your price. No reasonable offer refused. Will entertain winter or yearly rental. 2BR, 1 block to beach. Just park the car! Call 856-8669355.

HISTORIC BARNEGAT

Move in by 9/30/12, pay $500 security. Ask about the Landlord’s September Rent Special! Call 609294-2424.

FALL RENTALS

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. $1,500/month + utilities. Also available for short-term rental. Call 609-488-0526. Manahawkin (Ocean Acres), 3BR, 1BA ranch. Fenced-in yard, screened rear porch, F/P, gas heat. Available Sept. $1,600/month + utilities. Owner is licensed real estate agent. 609-290-6916. (View picture63006 online) Manahawkin, 3BR, 2.5BA. Available 10/1, $1,800/month + utilities and security. Call 609-978-2940 or 609-338-1071. Manahawkin (Ocean Acres), 1bedroom plus office/small bedroom apartment. W/D, galley kitchen. Utilities included. No smoking. Small pet. $950/month. Available 10/1. 609-489-0229. MANAHAWKIN, Fawn Lakes, adult 55+. 1BR, $850/month + utilities, no pets/smoking. We are in need of rental properties. Please contact us if you are considering renting your property. Home Alliance Realty, 609-978-9009. 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. New Gretna, unfurnished, 2nd floor apartment. 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, living/family room. $950/month (includes utilities), plus security. Background check/application required. 609-296-4490 between noon-3pm.

SHARE HOME Kinsey Cove apartment, Harvey Cedars, waterfront deck. Available immediately until mid May, $500/ month + electric/WiFi (includes heat/cable). No smoking. Glenn, 609-312-8263.

LBI 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. Write PO Box 768, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006.

BEACH HAVEN SEPT./CHOWDAFEST

2-bedroom duplex, 1.5 blocks to beach. Clean, renovated bathrooms, A/C, W/D, gas grills, outside shower, four decks, wireless internet. Reduced, $450-$900/ week: Available 9/8, 9/15, 9/22. Call for Sept. weekends & Chowdafest. Josh, 917-603-3488. See web site for Calendar/Pictures/ Rates: www.204pearl.com

BEACHFRONT COTTAGE

Ship Bottom, 131 East 19th St., 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, A/C, lovely condition, all amenities. 908-832-2048. www.caribbeandays.com/LBI

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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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Brant Beach YC family neighborhood. Spectacular sunsets with views to the Causeway and Atlantic City skyline. Enjoy nature and boating at its very best from your private dock, wraparound decks or newly decorated glass walled great room w/fireplace. 4 large bedrooms, TV room + WiFi. Short walk to both bay and ocean beaches. Sat. to Sat. weeks, 9/1, $2,000; 9/15, $1,250; 9/22, $1,250. Owner 609-923-1533, bedbridge@verizon.net View video: w w w . t o u r f a c t o r y. c o m / idxr458534

Barnegat Light, oceanside, beautiful location. Newly renovated, very clean, 3BR, 1.5BA, all amenities, A/C. Available weekly through Oct. Call 609921-7831.

Loveladies #85C LB Blvd.

2 Weeks Left! 9/29, $1,050; 10/6, $900. Oceanside, sleeps 10. Call 610-417-6119 or email kstacy33@yahoo.com www.shore4rent.com

Beach Haven Gardens, 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath house, gas heat, hot tub. $2,250/month + utilities. Available ASAP. By appointment only, Sun. & Mon. 845-661-2105.

September Special!

FALL RENTALS

BEACH HAVEN BAYFRONT

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 BEACH HAVEN, WEEKLY. Second floor, 6th from ocean. 3BR, 1BA, $900/week; 1BR, $700/week. A/C, W/D, outside shower, amenities. 609-492-5357, 609-2903872. (View picture66076 online) Beach Haven Park, LBI. Large, fully furnished, 4BR, 2BA. $1,600/ month + utilities. Home Alliance Realty, 609-978-9009. Beach Haven, bayside town house, clean & spacious. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Smoke/pet free. Available Chowderfest Weekend. 908874-4655. (View picture66024 online) Brant Beach duplexes, 3rd & 4th from ocean, w/views. 3BR (sleeps 8), 1.5BA, amenities. Available Sept./Oct., off-season rates, $500$1,300/week. 609-361-8987. www.VRBO.com/141162 Centrally located, Ship Bottom, 1bedroom condo. Available Sept. weeks/weekends. ALSO available as winter rental, 10/1, $900/month + utilities. 609-492-8699. Harvey Cedars, 5BR, 3BA, one house from ocean, spectacular views, A/C, W/D, O/S, gas grill, internet, all amenities. Sept.-Oct., $1,000-$2,000/week. 201-4101486.

INGROUND POOL

Brighton Beach bayfront, 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths, hot tub, firepit, heated pool. Call 908-295-0509. www.sunsetbayhouse.com Ship Bottom, bayfront, furnished, 2BR, 1BA, sleeps 4-5. Cable, A/C. Available 9/29-10/6, 10/6-10/13, 10/13-10/20, 10/20-10/27, 10/2711/3, $500/week (utilities included). Call 856-546-1413.

WINTER RENTALS A cozy cape, Ship Bottom, 4BR, 2BA, furnished. W/D, DW, gas heat. No smoking. Available 9/15/ 12-5/25/13, $1,000/month + utilities. Call 203-470-8052. Attractive, immaculate, Key-West style, 3-bedroom, 2-bath townhouse, sundeck & balcony, tastefully decorated, Beach Haven. Small pet friendly. $1,100/month. 609-658-1098. www.lbibeachhome.net

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BOATS FOR SALE

BOATS FOR SALE

Ship Bottom, 2-bedroom house, now through 4/30/13. Please call 914-347-5132 or 914-420-2665.

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.

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

BAYFRONT

Ship Bottom duplex, 2BR, 1BA. First floor, $750/month. Second floor, $700/month. Spectacular views. Available 10/1. Credit check. No pets. Call 609-7093902. Beach Haven Crest oceanside duplex, 7 East 80th St., two 2-bedroom furnished apartments, W/D, cable, fireplace, $1,000/month (includes utilities). 201-315-4253. Beach Haven, Centre St., 2-bedroom, upstairs, furnished apartment. Newly renovated. Sept. to May, heat & cable included, $725/ month. 571-225-7676. Beach Haven West, furnished, 4BR, 2BA cape on lagoon. W/D, DW. Available 9/15/12-5/15/13, $1,200/month + utilities. No smoking. Call 973-886-7094. Beach Haven, 3-bedroom, 1-bath condo located one house from the beach. Fireplace, deck, fenced yard, W/D, DW, WiFi. Pets-maybe. Available 10/2/12-6/1/13, $900/ month (tenant pays heat and electric). Good references required. Please call 484-695-0289. Beach Haven, bayside town house, clean & spacious. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Smoke/pet free. Available mid Oct. to mid May, $800/ month plus electric. 908-874-4655. (View picture66024 online)

Ship Bottom, recently renovated 1BR, 1BA condo. Available now through 6/1. $925/month plus security. All utilities included. Call 201-317-9298. Ship Bottom, 2nd from ocean, 3bedroom apartment. Off-street parking. Available Sept.-June. No pets/smoking. Call 609-661-1199. Ship Bottom, 3 bedrooms, second floor. Furnished, W/D, gas heat, cable. Available 10/1/12-6/15/13. $825/month + utilities. 1 month security. No smoking/pets. 856-9041941. (View picture71008 online) Ship Bottom, 1-bedroom condo, first floor, sleeps 4. Available 10/1/ 12-5/31/13, $650/month plus electric. No pets/smoking. Call 610-283-3819. 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 & furnished. Available 9/ 8/12-6/8/13, $850/month. No smoking/pets. 40 6th St. 908-2479148. Surf City, second floor, 3BR, 1BA. Electric heat, Direct TV, DSL, W/D, linens. Available 10/1/12-5/1/13, $775/month plus utilities. No smoking/pets. References. 201-3277916, 609-494-9607.

Beach Haven West, furnished, 3BR, 1BA ranch on lagoon. Available 9/15/12-6/15/13, $1,000/ month + utilities/security. Includes water. No smoking. 908-229-4426.

Surf City, oceanblock. 3BR, W/D, gas heat. $700/month + utilities & security. Available now until 6/15/ 13. No smoking/pets. 609-7096975.

BRANT BEACH, oceanside, 2-bedroom, beautiful cottage w/stainless appliances, fireplace & more. $900/ month + utilities. 10/1/12-6/15/13. No pets. Call Steve, 917-747-2907.

Surf City, first floor, 2 bedrooms, fully furnished, large deck, gas heat. $775/month + utilities/security. No pets. 718-644-3852.

Brant Beach, 1-bedroom apartment, $800/month, utilities included. Available Oct. to May. Studio also available, $600/month, utilities included. No pets. 609-494-5392. Brighton Beach, LBI. Updated, immaculate, furnished, oceanside, 2bedroom apartment. Includes gas/ electric & cable. No pets/smoking. $950/month. 917-763-2559. View pictures thesandpaper.net Brighton Beach, second house from bay w/little bay beach. First floor duplex. 3BR, 1BA, fully furnished. Satellite TV, cable, wireless internet. Pull-out queen sofa, C/A, plenty of parking. All linens plus towels included. Very clean, roomy and comfortable. No pets/smoking. All you need to bring is your clothes. $1,100/month + utilities/security. Credit/reference check. Available 9/15/12-6/1/13. 908-4038968. Cedar Bonnet Island, furnished 1BR, single-family cottage. Bayfront, access to dock, C/A. No smoking/pets. For more info email mgreenlbi@comcast.net 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. Ship Bottom, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Furnished, W/D, dishwasher, A/C, gas heat, deck, grill. $950/month + utilities. No smoking/pets. 201-2489573. Ship Bottom, oceanfront, second floor condo. 2BR, all amenities. Available 10/1, $800/month + utilities. Call Eileen Matson, Mary Allen Realty, 609-709-9503. Ship Bottom, 2-bedroom, furnished, 2nd floor apartment. Beach block, off-street parking. Available Sept.-May. $800/month (includes utilities and WiFi). Call 609-5483772. Ship Bottom, furnished, 2- & 3-bedroom apartments. Immaculate, W/ D, D/W, cable. $875/month. Available now. Call 609-978-7710. daniela45@msn.com

Surf City, first floor, 3BR, 2BA, completely renovated in 2010. A/C throughout, walk to bay & beach. Now-June, $1,200/month, utilities included. 908-656-2048. Surf City, 1615 Sunset Ave. 3BR, 2BA, single-family home, nicely furnished. W/D, dishwasher. No pets. $875/month. Available Sept. Call 609-242-1687. Surf City, first floor, 2BR, fully furnished, gas heat. No pets/ smoking. $725/month + utilities. Available 10/1. Security deposit. 609-462-5263, 609-635-3203.

AUTO REMOVAL

CASH PAID

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

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.

BOATS FOR SALE PRICE REDUCED, $1,200! 10ft. Pennant Daysailer (2007). 15ft. mast w/sail, main & jib. Oars and 1.5hp motor. Perfect for beginners. In Barnegat Light. 267-879-9637. 12ft. Starcraft boat. 3 seater with Yamaha 6hp motor, gas tank, set of oars. Good condition. $800. Barnegat Light. 609-361-1909. 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. GP14 sailboat & trailer. Ready to sail. Extra sails & racing gear. $300/OBO. 312 West 19th St., Ship Bottom. 609-417-4620.

16ft. 2000 Sandpiper. 9.9hp Johnson. Great starter motor boat, good condition. $1,800. In Beach Haven. Call Miles 551-795-1039. 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. 1998 Boston Whaler Outrage, 115hp Johnson, 2009 Load-Rite trailer (never in water), depth/fish finder, console cover, bimini top. Ver y good condition. On LBI. $13,000. 973-698-7924. 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. $9,000. 508-221-3475. (View picture81037 online) 18ft. 1998 Sea Ray bowrider, blown 4.3 Mercruiser engine. Hull, outdrive, canvas and bimini all in very good condition. $500. Mordecai marina, 484-695-4327. 18ft. 2001 Bayliner bowrider, low hours, with trailer. New canvas. Kids grew up, we got old! $6,800. 201-805-0165. 18ft. Sea Ray bowrider 2002, 4.3 Mercruiser, 200 hours. Trailer, new canvas. Excellent condition. $9,250. BHW. 973-713-7896. (View picture81044 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.

25ft. 1979 Hunter sailboat. Fixed keel, 9.9 Mercury, electronics, furling jib, main sail, 2 additional jibs. Ready to sail! $3,500. On LBI. 215518-3887. 25ft. 1994 Crownline CR250. Runs great. Full head, kitchen w/stove, microwave & refrigerator, rear berth, front fold-down table to double bed, rear wash down & swim platform, bimini top, trailer. Asking $8,200. On LBI. 267-304-2723. (View picture81035 online) 25ft. 1996 C-Hawk Sport Cabin w/ trailer. Volvo Penta I/O, dual prop, electronics, second driving station. Low hours. $16,999. Call 609-6100795.

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.

21ft. 1996 Bayliner Capri Bowrider. 5.7 Merc I/O, 350hp. Great family boat, well maintained. Full cover, winter canvas & trailer. In Surf City. $7,500. 609-744-3213. (View picture81040 online) 21ft. 2006 Sea Ray 200 Select. Original owner, kept on lift 4+ years, low hours. $23,000. In Beach Haven. 973-769-9344. 22.5ft. 2002 Sea Ray Weekender. Original owner, 270 hours. 260hp 5.0L engine, I/O, swim platform, head, sink, canvas. Sea Ray mechanic maintained. In water, LBI. $17,800. 609-994-6962. 22ft. Angler boat, 200hp Merc w/62 hours; walk around cabin w/7ft. bunk, insulated fish boxes, wide walkways. Selling for a senior. $9,950. 609-494-2826 or 609-7092956. (View picture81045 online) 22ft. sailboat, Sparkman & Stephens design. Beautiful lines, main, roller furling, jib, 8hp Mariner outboard, low hours, 4 boat stands, extras. Needs some work. House demo, boat must go! $3,000/OBO. Call Jim 973-831-1030, 908-8481202, jkane@cmk.com 22ft. Trophy, 1996 Merc, 120hp. All electronics, new dual batteries, all canvas. Well maintained w/trailer. Low hours. $8,000. Cell 201-6152398.

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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.

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. Boston Whaler Outrage, w/ 150hp Evinrude, trailer, depth/fish finder, T-top. LBI. $8,999. Please call 609-492-0156.

BOSTON

24ft. 238 Coastal Wellcraft 1996, 225hp Mercury. Low hours. IN water. Includes all CG equipment and slip until 11/1/12. 609-494-1926. (View picture81046 online)

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.

20ft. Aquasport, 1987, center console, 115hp Evinrude. $2,950. 22ft. Classic Chris-Craft Skiff, CC, V-8 engine. Needs TLC. Call 609-4925663.

ALL MODELS

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

19ft. Penn Yan Sea Skiff, 2000 90hp Johnson Sea Horse, includes trailer. In water, Harvey Cedars. $2,800. 856-829-0563.

20ft. 2007 Larson Escape Bowrider. 4.3 Merc, low hours, GPS, trailer. $20,500. Located Manahawkin. Call 908-578-2614.

WANTED

30ft. 2004 Grady White Marlin w/ twin 225 Yamaha 4-stroke. Loaded, plus Raymarine C120 & Smart Pilot, Apelco VHF. $72,000. Call Joe, 215-694-3792. (View picture81033 online)

Sale Away with the Best Deal on the Bay

31ft. spacious 1982 Allmand sailboat. Shallow draft (3ft.11in.). Great family cruiser. Make an offer. 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.

PERSONAL WATERCRAFT 2000 Kawaski jet ski, Ultra 150, A1 shape, used very little, $3,500. Will supply new battery. ALSO 11ft. 2008 inflatable Aquamax, asking $1,750 w/10hp motor; boat only, $750. Located on LBI. Call 732-6107275.

SLIPS & STORAGE Beach Haven, Sportsman’s Marina. Floating boat slips available. Also Jet Ski docks. Full service. Call 609-492-7931 or 609-492-5663.

Sell Your Power or Sailboat in the SandPaper Classifieds For a One-Time $30* Charge, Your Ad Will Appear in Ten Issues. (* 20 words or less)

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WINTER RENTALS 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


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

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

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

KAYAK RENTALS Acme Kayaks & SUPS

Sales. Rentals. 84th St., LBI. 609-492-5150. acmesurfandsport.com

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BOAT ACCESSORIES

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

BAYVIEW CANVAS

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.

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