Neptune Municipal Taxes to Decrease

By DON STINE The average Neptune property owner will see an almost $40 drop in their 2019 municipal taxes under a budget adopted by the Township Committee this week. “We have worked hard each year to maintain a stable budget,” Township CFO Michael Bascom said during his presentation on the budget. But Bascom warned that […]

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Historical Society Membership Meeting

The Asbury Park Historical Society invites all APHS members and those interested in becoming members, to the Asbury Park Historical Society Membership Night at the Stephen Crane House, 508 Fourth Ave., on Thurs., May 2, at 7 pm. “The AP Historical Society has lots of updates to share and welcomes the input and engagement of […]

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Asbury Park School Tax to Increase

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Asbury Park School District’s 2019/2020 preliminary budget includes an average increase for property owners of $270. According to Chanta Jackson, Communications Officer, “The increase in the school tax rate was precipitated by the increase in property values. The average home assessment went from $310,00 to $360,000. Therefore, homeowners will see […]

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Russo Music Hosting Free Event for Musicians

Local musicians are invited to attend a free recycle and restring event at Russo Music in Asbury Park on April 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. Sponsored by D’Addario and international recycling company TerraCycle, musicians can bring any old instrument strings for recycling and get their electric or acoustic guitars restrung with D’Addario NYXL or […]

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Pizza Returns to Asbury Park Boardwalk

By DON STINE Pizza will be returning to the Asbury Park boardwalk this summer and some say it’s about time. Area realtor and concert promoter Sammy Boyd is teaming up with Domenic Maruca, owner of Maruca’s Tomato Pies on the Seaside Heights boardwalk, to open a restaurant on the Asbury Park boardwalk next month. Boyd, […]

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