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Breakfast to Benefit Madonna House

  The Neptune City Knights of Columbus’s Sunday, May 24, breakfast will benefit Madonna House, a local organization providing necessities to women and children. The breakfast buffet is from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the council, 203 W. Sylvania Ave. It costs $9 for most adults, $7 for seniors and is free for children 12-years-old and under. The breakfast includes eggs, hash browns, pancakes, French toast, bacon, sausage, fruit, coffee and juice.

Family Dollar to Move to New Location in Neptune City

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Family Dollar of Neptune received preliminary approval from the Neptune City Land Use Board this week to renovate the former Hostess outlet on Route 35 for its new location. Final approval is expected to be granted next month. When the new space is renovated and ready to open the Family Dollar store currently operating in the Stop and Shop center will close. The company will upgrade and renovate the former Hostess building to use a portion for a 9,480 square foot Family Dollar store. The remaining 9,700 square feet is proposed for up to 6 additional…

Neptune City Council Approves Land Swap With Neptune

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE The Neptune City Council has agreed to change the name of TFH Way to Flexcraft Drive in an effort to avoid confusion and to welcome the new company to the building. Flexcraft Company of Asbury Park recently purchased the lot in Neptune City and will eventually be relocating their entire operation there. “It’s a family run business and we anticipate them to be around a while,” said Municipal Clerk Mary Sapp. The council also approved a land swap with Neptune Township. The parcel of land on 5th Avenue and Steiner Avenue is currently shared between Neptune…

In Neptune City: Longtime Resident Remembered; New Business Welcomed

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE The Neptune City Borough Council began its meeting this week with a moment of silence for the Tango family, remembering Vito L. Tango who died April 2. Tango retired from the Neptune City Zoning Board four years ago. Mayor Robert Brown and Councilman Joseph Zajack both shared their memories while serving with him in office. “Our gems here in Neptune City, living right under our nose and we don’t even know it,” said Mayor Brown who shared Tango’s achievements while serving in the Navy during WWII from 1942 to 1946. “We’ve lost a great guy.” “I…

2 Longtime Neptune City Residents Remembered

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE The Neptune City Borough Council observed a moment of silence for two Neptune City families who lost family members during the last two weeks. Elizabeth “Betty” Matson, 96, and Mildred Adams, 95, who was the wife of former Neptune City Mayor Holmes A. Adams both died within the last two weeks. Holmes served 30 years in Neptune City from 1955 – 1985 where she worked as the Deputy Clerk, Tax Collector, Municipal Clerk, and Registrar of Vital Statistics. “Mildred wore many hats,” Mayor Robert Brown said. “She knew all the residents by name and was always…

Brady Fills Neptune City Council Vacancy

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Linda Brady was sworn into office last week as the newest member of the Neptune City Borough. She replaces Christopher Gallagher, a Democrat, who won a seat in the November election but in December said he could not accept the position due to career obligations. The Democratic Party then submitted three names to the council as possible replacements. They were Brady, Jenee Farley, and Christopher Miller. Brady and Farley addressed the council prior to their decision during the Jan. 28 meeting. “I want to thank the Monmouth County Democrats for trusting my ability to fulfill the…

Neptune City Council Starts Year with a Vacancy

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Freeholder Thomas Arnone, former mayor of Neptune City attended the borough’s New Year’s Day reorganization meeting to announce he is working to introduce legislation that prohibits newly elected public officials from resigning their posts without good cause. The proposed legislation comes in response to the resignation of Councilman-Elect Christopher Gallager who was just elected to the council in November. In a letter to officials Gallagher said he was resigning the post citing unexpected career obligations. The letter in part states, “I cannot properly serve the residents of Neptune City.” His running mate, Pamela Renee, was…

Town Talk

  ///Get your jingle on at the Christmas Party Sat., Dec. 20 at the Sudsy Mug on Sixth Avenue in Neptune. The festivities begin at 8:30 p.m.with food, fun and karaoke. /// The Neptune City tree lighting will be held on Fri, Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. followed by the 12th children’s Holiday Party at 6:30 p.m. at the Neptune City Community Center. Light refreshments will be served. The Police Department and First Aid Squad as well as the Borough Council will be there to celebrate. /// Jersey Shore Writers present a program to meet the authors of “Darkness Falls…

Neptune City Library Hosts Open House

  The Neptune City Library is hosting a Holiday Open House Tues., Dec. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. wtih entertainment and refreshments for all. Entertainment will be provided by Joe “Mr. Ric” Riccardello, compliments of the Monmouth County Library System. Drawings will be held for gifts donated by local merchants and Friends of the Library. Snacks will also be provided. Patrons who join the library’s 2015 Friends of the Library that night will receive an additional ticket into the drawings. Books will be available for sale. Membership in the library is free and open to borough residents, property owners,…

Neptune City Fire Cadet Receives Memorial Grant

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Neptune City Fire Cadet Richard T. Maher received the Terry Morcom Memorial Cadet Grant during the Borough Council meeting this week. He was the first cadet to receive the award. Established this year by the children of Morcom: Kimberly, Andrea, and Craig, it honors the memory of their father, Terry Morcom who joined the Neptune City Fire Department in 1969 and became chief in 1983. Morcom had cancer and died last year while he was still on active duty in the department. Current or former cadets of the NCFD that are advancing their education through secondary…

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