Common Sense For Belmar Liberty Begins At Home

January 17, 2020


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Manasquan’s 2019 Payroll

It doesn’t specify what they do but I guess all the six figure salaries are PD.


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Insider NJ has published a complete list of bills submitted in the state Legislature’s last session. Please allot yourself at least one hour to scroll down the entire list.

Think all states must be this way?  No.

Back in 2011 when I had a lot of time (and no readers) I researched how many bills each state had pending in their current legislative sessions.  Please click on the snippet below to see the full list.

Jersey definitely has a problem.

January 16, 2020

White House Warfare Continues

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Much thanks to the Coast Star for their permission to republish.  We do appreciate it!

January 13, 2020


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Motorized Mob Invades Belmar


Four minute clip here:

January 12, 2020


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5 Smith challengers to debate

tomorrow at the Beach Haus


The contenders:


David Applefield


Christine Conforti


James Keady


Stephanie Schmid


Hassan Shehadeh



Last Week

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January 9, 2020

2019 Payroll

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Released this afternoon (to comply with somebody’s OPRA):

A little under 4% increase over 2018.

January 8, 2020

If They Tried This In Belmar The Town Would Go Nuts

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Lot of rancor last night over changes to Belmar’s recycling collection. I guess those folks would hate living in Hampton.

Up here you can only use official refuse containers purchased from the town and you have to apply for them and wait a couple of weeks to be approved first.  They are $75 each (used!) and you are only allowed to buy one of each.  If you lose one, or one is stolen from you, you’re not allowed to buy another.

If you have more trash than will fit in the cans you can run it over to the town dump/reclamation center (which is actually very nice and very well run and open 7 days.)

Our recycling color is green, actually, and we use blue cans for regular trash.

Wednesday morning is pick up day for both on our street.

Both of my cans are full this week mostly because we bought a deep freezer that had a lot of packaging.  Usually it’s not a problem.

An official Hampton garbage can.

Council Meeting Of January 7, 2020

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January 7, 2020

Not So Great News

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Please don’t kill the messenger

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