Neptune Seeks Skatepark Funding

  NEPTUNE TWP. – A public skateboard park in Neptune, at Neptune Boulevard and Stratford Avenue, will be built if a 2013 grant application being submitted to the Monmouth County Municipal Open Space program is approved. The Township Committee is submitting the application, which seeks at least $250,000 from the country program. There has been […]

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Saving the Dairy House in Neptune

  By DON STINE The old Wardell-Welsh dairy house, at 703 Old Corlies Ave. in Neptune, (pictured above) will be saved and refurbished under initial plans presented by the Township Committee. Committeeman Randy Bishop said he has always been a strong advocate of saving the house, if possible, and that tearing it down would be […]

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Neptune Plans Rent Control Measure

  Rent control is coming to Neptune if an ordinance introduced by the Township Committee last week is adopted at a public hearing on Aug. 12. Other municipalities in Monmouth County with similar ordinances are Eatontown and Red Bank. The ordinance is being considered in the wake of complaints from residents living at the Winding […]

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Hole-in-One Golfer Wins Lexus

  NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Playing golf for 28 years made a Neptune man hit it big time last month. Douglas P. Stewart, who lives at the Villas at Jumping Brook, won a 2013 Lexus ES350, worth $43,306, by hitting a hole in one during a golf tournament at the Jumping Book Country Club in Neptune […]

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Neptune Marina Ready for Opening

  NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Neptune’s Township marina on S. Riverside Drive along the Shark River will be fully operational by the end of this month after being destroyed in October by Superstorm Sandy. “We completely rebuilt the marina in five months. We have discounted the slip fees for those who got their boats in later […]

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Neptune Police Chief Retires

  By DON STINE NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Neptune officials are keeping their options opening in appointing a replacement for former Police Chief Robert Adams, who retired effective June 1 after 40 years with the department. A retirement dinner was held for Adams at the Jumping Brook Country Club on June 7 with 300 attending. “It […]

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