Avon to Hire 11 Special Police Officers

  By PETE WALTON Avon will add 11 special police officers to help keep the beachfront running smoothly this summer. The borough will establish a beachfront police command post at Sylvania Avenue to supervise the special officers and address law enforcement issues which may arise. Funding for the improved police presence will come from the […]

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Tinton Falls to Receive Parcel of Land

  By PETE WALTON Tinton Falls is getting larger. A small section of the former Fort Monmouth property is being transferred to the borough by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority. The Borough Council this week introduced an ordinance accepting a portion of Pine Brook Road and the adjacent right-of-way. The total amount of land […]

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New Councilman Welcomed in Tinton Falls

  By PETE WALTON John A. Manginelli was sworn in Tuesday night as the newest member of the Tinton Falls Borough Council. Manginelli and incumbents Gary A. Baldwin, Nancyanne Fama and Christopher Pak were unopposed on November’s election for four open seats on the nonpartisan council. Baldwin, Fama and Pak were elected to four-year terms. […]

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Avon Swears in New Mayor

  By PETE WALTON John B. Magrini, the top vote getter in the November election, is the new mayor of Avon At the Board of Commissioners meeting this week Magrini was sworn into office along with incumbents Robert Mahon and Frank Gorman. Magrini’s wife Norah and children Emily and Brendan held the Bible as Borough […]

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Tinton Falls Appoints Acting Judge

  By PETE WALTON Susan Schroeder Clark is scheduled to become the acting municipal judge in Tinton Falls. She will replace Richard B. Thompson, who has been suspended without pay pending an investigation. Clark will serve in the post until Thompson returns or a permanent successor is appointed. Superior Court Judge Lisa P. Thornton suspended […]

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Avon Plans Litigation If Program Not Halted

  By PETE WALTON Officials in Avon are asking the state to order the suspension of a controversial property tax assessment program and if the state fails to do so, will instruct Borough Attorney Barry A. Cooke to begin litigation. “The taxpayers of the borough are victims of this program which has produced [an] unsubstantiated […]

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Avon Wants to Extract Itself from Assessment Firm

  By PETE WALTON Avon officials will try to get out of a contract with a property assessment firm until allegations of possible impropriety can be investigated. Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley has asked county prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni to look into allegedly improper relationships between a former member of the county tax board and […]

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