Interlaken GOP Primary Race

  By DON STINE There is a primary race in Interlaken for the mayor’s seat as well as two Borough Council seats. Two mayoral candidates and three Borough Council candidates are seeking the local Republican Party nod in the upcoming June 2 primary to run on the GOP line in the Nov. 3 general election. […]

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In Interlaken: State OKs Severing School Ties with Asbury Park

  By DON STINE The New Jersey Commissioner of Education has approved Interlaken’s move to sever its ties with the Asbury Park school district and go into a send-receive relationship with the West Long Branch and Shore Regional school districts. “Effective immediately, the Commissioner of Education has approved the Interlaken Board of Education’s application to […]

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$4,000 Grant for Interlaken

  A $4,000 state Clean Communities Grant will be used by Interlaken to purchase and install five new dog waste stations to be placed around the borough. Borough Administrator Lori Reibrich said she is ordered the waste stations this week and that she expects them to be installed sometime in August. Dog waste sites will […]

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Change of Government Proposed in Interlaken

  A petition drive in Interlaken began this week to urge residents to change the borough’s form of government to a three-member Board of Commissioners. The petition seeks to do away with the current mayor and six-member Borough Council and replace it with a three-member Board of Commissions, similar to the governments in nearby Deal, […]

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In Interlaken: 2 Newcomers Win Primary

  By DON STINE Two Republican political newcomers beat out a former Interlaken mayor in this week’s GOP primary. Mindy Horowitz and John Gunn beat former Mayor Robert Wolf III to get their party’s nod to run for two, three-year terms on the Borough Council in this November’s general election. Horowitz was the high vote-getter […]

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