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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Borough Attorney Dupont Desperate For Work!

Begs Turnpike Authority For Job….Any Job! From the Asbury Park Press:   DuPont said. “I’ll take your offer. You tell me the time and place. I’ll go to Bayonne, I’ll go to Exit 7. Put me in an individual (toll) booth. I don’t care what time it is. I’ll get up at 2 a.m. or […]

Brewer Caves

Arizona needs a governor like this guy:

No Shotgun Weddings Please

So now even Mitt Romney has urged Arizona governor Jan Brewer to veto that bill that would allow business owners in the state to decline to participate in gay weddings if doing so would violate their religious beliefs.  I thought I was told that Mitt was a really religious guy.  I guess being loved by […]

Victorian? Then Let’s Go All The Way

As has been previously mentioned here and reported on here, the mayor is looking to scrap the borough’s 2003 Seaport Village Redevelopment Plan.  He intends to appoint a committee to create a new plan.  I would like to be on that committee but understand that my efforts would be better spent trying to become the […]

Belmar Bromance


About Tuesday Night

The “Responsible Bidder” ordinance passed by a 4-1 vote.  I don’t recall who the opposing vote was from.  (I guess I’ll have to go take a look at the tape.)  Interestingly, the clause in the ordinance that I had particularly objected to was altered. Potential bidders don’t need to participate in or provide funding for […]

Council Meeting Of February 18, 2014

Rumor Has It…….UPDATE!

I usually don’t report unconfirmed rumors, and I might be totally wrong on this, but I did hear today that D’Jais is withdrawing their application for a variance to operate year-round.   IT’S OFFICIAL  

It’s Not The Weather, It’s The Fed

What the government’s economists fail to recognize, or simply won’t admit, is that rising stock prices and rising food prices are two sides of the same coin. The Fed is quick to take credit for the former but to the extent that they even admit food and energy is costing more they blame it on […]

Things To Object To Tuesday Night:

Well, the three main things. 1)  The “Responsible Bidder” ordinance.   Responsible to who?  Us? 2)  The hiring of a $4000/mo consultant for Colleen Connolly, our borough administrator. Her name is Megan Downing.  A Google search came up with this resume.  I believe it is hers. You may recall that Ms. Connolly, whose close-to six […]