Neptune City Receives $10,000 Grant for Recycling Programs

  The municipalities of Neptune City and Brielle received checks as part of Monmouth County’s Recycling Stimulus Initiative grant program, which was created to encourage municipalities to increase their recycling rates. “We want to thank these towns for doing their part to keep our County beautiful,” said Freeholder Director Gary J. Rich, Sr. “We are […]

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Neptune City Considering Neighborhood Watch Program

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Director Edward Kirschenbaum and Detective Michael Vollbrecht of the Neptune City Police Department presented plans for a Neighborhood Watch Program to the Borough Council this week. The program was initially discussed in January with Mayor Robert Brown, Kirschenbaum, Capt.Louis Trocchio and Lt. Matthew Quagliato. “Knowing that the Police Department can’t be […]

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Have Coffee with a Cop in Neptune City

  Neptune City Police are sponsoring “Coffee with a Cop,” an informal session for the police and public to meet, Thursday, June 18, at the police department’s Community Relations Unit. The unit is the Brighton Arms III apartment complex, Apartment 301A. The event begins at 3 p.m. The idea is to have an informal get-together […]

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Breakfast to Benefit Madonna House

  The Neptune City Knights of Columbus’s Sunday, May 24, breakfast will benefit Madonna House, a local organization providing necessities to women and children. The breakfast buffet is from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the council, 203 W. Sylvania Ave. It costs $9 for most adults, $7 for seniors and is free for children […]

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Neptune City Council Starts Year with a Vacancy

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Freeholder Thomas Arnone, former mayor of Neptune City attended the borough’s New Year’s Day reorganization meeting to announce he is working to introduce legislation that prohibits newly elected public officials from resigning their posts without good cause. The proposed legislation comes in response to the resignation of Councilman-Elect Christopher Gallager […]

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