Bradley Beach Plans Restrictions on Overnight Parking on Streets

By PETE WALTON The Bradley Beach Borough Council has introduced an ordinance which would update regulations governing overnight parking of commercial vehicles. If approved, parking of the following vehicles or equipment would not be permitted on borough streets between midnight and 5 a.m.: Buses, bulldozers, tractors, cement mixers, dump trucks, tow trucks, rear dual wheeled […]

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Bradley Beach, Avon Post Offices Delivering Again

By PETE WALTON After a three-year wait, post offices in Bradley Beach and Avon are once again delivering mail to local residents. “Starting this week, U.S. mail will once again be delivered out of the Avon-by-the-Sea and Bradley Beach post offices, restoring the original delivery process,” U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) said in a statement […]

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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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In Bradley Beach: Swimming Ban Proposal Set Aside

By PETE WALTON Bradley Beach is scrapping plans to ban swimming at its beaches when no lifeguards are present. Managers at the joint insurance fund in which the borough participates had suggested that the municipality could take the action to reduce its legal exposure. But Borough Attorney Marguerite Schaffer said that Bradley Beach can remain […]

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Bradley Beach Delays Ban on Plastic Bags

By PETE WALTON Bradley Beach will delay its ban on carryout plastic bags in the borough until Jan. 1. Pushing back the implementation from Oct. 1 will allow the borough more time to explore the provision of reusable bags, possibly in cooperation with businesses. By a 5-0 vote on July 24, the Borough Council prohibited the distribution of most […]

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