Former Two Guys Store Getting New Occupant

By ED SALVAS The former Two Guys department store in Neptune City has been vacant for longer than anyone can remember, but it’s about to come back to life with a new owner and new use. Uniserv Advertising Inc.is taking over the 70,000-square-foot building in the Stop and Shop Center on Route 35. Company President […]

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Neptune City Playgrounds to Reopen

By PETE WALTON Playgrounds in Neptune City are scheduled to reopen on Wed., July 1. Mayor Andrew Wardell said insurance issues related to the playgrounds have been resolved, allowing the reopening to take place. The mayor said most borough restaurants were not able to offer outdoor dining when it was permitted due to space limitations. […]

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Neptune City Prepares for Outdoor Dining

By PETE WALTON The Neptune City Borough Council has cleared the way for the conditional reopening of restaurants for outdoor dining. By unanimous vote at a special meeting earlier this week, the council allowed restaurants which are not usually permitted to offer outside dining to do so as long as they comply with state guidelines […]

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Heroes of the Week

At Coral Harbor Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Neptune City are (left to right)  Latasha Powell C N A, Danny Morrow maintenance,  Ariba Taylor housekeeping, Carolyn Zeh administrator, Mark Stewart LPN, Lisa Green Admissions, Paul Longo social work, Sharayl Pitts LPN unit manager, Erica Browning Central supply, Nicole Signore therapist and Maryellen Berry Marketing

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Neptune City Employees Back in Building

By PETE WALTON Staff members have returned to work at the Neptune City municipal building. I’m excited to have them back,” said Mayor Andrew Wardell on Tuesday, the first day employees worked at the building since the beginning of the coronavirus fight. The mayor said the borough has not set a date for the resumption […]

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Neptune City Municipal Tax Rate to Decrease

By PETE WALTON Neptune City will not increase municipal spending under a new budget introduced this week. Borough Administrator Chris Cherbini said that nearly $5.45 million will be raised through property taxes for municipal purposes under the proposed budget, the same amount as in 2019. “Our assessed property values rose from $607,598,200 in 2019 to […]

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Neptune City Extends Deadline for Tax Payment

By PETE WALTON The Neptune City Borough Council has extended the grace period for the payment of second quarter property taxes to June 1. Gov. Murphy authorized the extension just hours before taxes were due on May 1. The change mainly benefits taxpayers who own their own homes or business properties outright and do not […]

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Neptune City Plans $296,000 in Improvements

By PETE WALTON The Neptune City Borough Council has introduced an ordinance approving bonds of up to $296,000 for capital improvements. The bonds would cover $135,375 for interior and exterior improvements at the municipal building, $123,500 for the purchase of a new truck to pick up leaves and brush, and $37,050 for the replacement of […]

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