Farmers Market Returning to Neptune

  NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Move and Improve Neptune will host a Farmers’ Market on Fridays beginning May 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Midtown Commons Park. The park is located on West Lake Avenue, just east of Route 35. A few local orchards, farms, bakers, and specialty stores will be selling seasonal produce, muffins, […]

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3 Monuments Installed in Neptune Record Water Levels

  NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Three permanent monuments have been installed in Neptune to accurately determine the elevations needed when houses are raised up out of flood zones. The three monuments will serve as permanent markers that will physically set the elevation standards for current or future construction projects, such as raising homes up on pilings. […]

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Slight Increase in Municipal Taxes in Tinton Falls

  TINTON FALLS – The municipal budget adopted by Tinton Falls this week features an average $38 increase in municipal taxes for taxpayers. The $22,688,81 is actually less than last year’s budget of $22,877,935.00 which is a savings of $189,124.00. The tax rate was increased slightly from .441 to .454 which is an increase of […]

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Neptune to Install 3 Monuments to Record Water Levels

  By DON STINE NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP – Neptune officials plan to install three monuments in the township that will officially mark water levels in past storms, especially Superstorm Sandy. “They will mark the flood levels of past major storms and will show the drastic difference between Sandy and anything we ever had before,” Mayor Eric Hougtaling […]

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Shark River Hills 6 Months After Sandy

By DON STINE Many homeowners in the Shark River Hills section of Neptune are still facing an uphill battle six months later following the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. And dealing with insurance and mortgage companies, and with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), represent some of the greatest challenges. According to Neptune officials, about […]

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Sandy Causes Slow Start for Rentals

  BY DON STINE Summer rentals at the Jersey Shore seem to be off to a slow start this year but local realtors said they remain optimistic that things will pick up once the weather becomes warmer. Richard Davidson, with Remax Shore and Country, has been doing summer rentals since 1986. He said family summer […]

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