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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Coffee with Cop Planned in Neptune City

The Neptune  City Police Department is hosting Coffee with a Cop Oct. 3 at the 7-Eleven, 40 Steiner Ave. beginning at 9 a.m. The program offers opportunity for community members to meet local officers and discuss community issues Coffee with a Cop provides a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the department’s […]

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New Neptune City Councilwoman Sworn In

By PETE WALTON Newly appointed Neptune City Borough Councilwoman Danielle Pappas-Long will face Board of Education member Michelle Lewis for election to a one-year expired term on the council. Pappas-Long was sworn in to the council at its regular meeting earlier this week. She was appointed Aug. 6 to the seat vacated by Alexander J. […]

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East End Bridge Paving Aug. 15

  The East End Avenue Bridge between Neptune and Neptune City over Shark River will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wed., Aug.15 for paving. “Shortly after the pavement was installed by the contractor, County Engineers performed an inspection that found defects in the pavement surface,” said Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone, […]

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New Police Officers in Neptune City

  By PETE WALTON Three new patrolmen have been sworn in to the Neptune City police force. Public Safety Director Edward Kirschenbaum said that more than 100 candidates applied for the positions. Forty were interviewed before six finalists were chosen. Patrolman Zachary Campbell is a graduate of Manasquan High School and holds a bachelor of […]

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Let’s Dance in Neptune City

  By PETE WALTON The Neptune City Family Foundation will host a dance for Woodrow Wilson School students Fri., May 4  at the Community Center. “After our last dance in February, which was open to students in grades six through eight, we found that it was so well attended it made sense to open it up […]

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