Neptune City Residents Form Association

Residents of Neptune City, concerned about odors emanating from the recent addition to the TFH building at 85 West Sylvania Ave. as well as proposed development for the former TFH office building on Third Avenue, have formed the Neptune City Homeowners Association. Organizers said the group will act as a unified voice in addressing the […]

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Cadet Program Helps Attract New Firefighters

By PETE WALTON Neptune City fire cadets Ryan C. Maher and Joseph R. “Joey” Adams were presented this week with the annual Terry Morcom Memorial Cadet Grant. The two young men are the latest recipients of the grant, which was established in memory of former Neptune City fire chief Terrance W. Morcom, who died of […]

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Knights of Columbus Events

The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 816, Mary Queen of the Knights, Neptune City is holding two upcoming events. On Sat., Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. they KOC is hosting an Italian Buffet Night featuring Antonio’s Gourmet. The buffet include garden salad, dinner rolls, baked ziti, stuffed shells, eggplant rollatiini, chicken marsala, chicken parmigiana, tortellini […]

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Neptune City Makes Appointments

New administrator, attorney, engineer hired By PETE WALTON Bryan A. Russell of Oceanport is the new borough administrator of Neptune City. The 2003 graduate of Monmouth University was appointed to the post at a special Borough Council meeting on Jan. 31. The council’s four Democrats voted in favor of the appointment. Republican Andrew Wardell abstained […]

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Neptune City Swears In New Police Chief

By ED SALVAS Neptune City Police Captain Matthew Quagliato is the new police chief of the borough, effective Jan. 1. He is the first police chief in the borough in nearly a decade. Quagaliato, a member of the department since 1995, was sworn in at a special meeting of the Borough Council Dec. 27. Judge […]

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Redevelopment Proposed for Neptune City Site

The property is located in an industrial zone and residential use will not be considered By PETE WALTON Neptune City officials will soon solicit proposals to redevelop the former East Coast Ice property on Steiner Avenue. The borough took possession of the site following a sheriff’s sale last month. According to the 2000 update of […]

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