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Candidate Says Comments Are ‘Outrageous’

  By DON STINE ASBURY PARK – The Forward Asbury Park political campaign has criticized opponent Amy Quinn of wanting to give out-of-town visitors free parking and beach access – an idea that Quinn says has never been proposed by her political ticket. In a large, color flyer mailed to city residents late this week, the Forward Asbury Park campaign said making the beaches and parking free would result in the loss of $2.8 million in revenue. Quinn, who is a member of the One Asbury ticket, said the information is false. The flyer says that local property taxes will…

EDITORIAL: 5 For Asbury Park City Council

  Asbury Park voters will go to the polls Tues., May 14 to vote for five City Council members. In this all-important race where residents will decide who will continue to lead this city by the sea into the 21st century there are 22 candidates. We endorse the five we believe best suited to serve the residents, business owners and taxpayers through their proven dedication, their leadership skills, their history with the city and their willingness to listen. But perhaps, more importantly, we believe these five, although on different tickets, can and will work together for the city’s future. John…

Prosecutor’s Office Raids A Team Headquarters

  By DON STINE ASBURY PARK – The headquarters of Asbury Park’s A Team political campaign for five City Council seats was raided by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Sat., May 4. Armed with a search warrant, officers from the prosecutor’s office were sent to the office in connection with a complaint filed about absentee ballots for the upcoming May 14 City Council election.The A Team’s office is located on Asbury Avenue across from Our Ladyf of Mount Carmel Church. In an April 11 letter, Asbury Out Front campaign manager Stephania Warren wrote to Monmouth County Clerk M. Claire French…

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