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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Perfect Together

. From the Washington Post: Andrew Cuomo’s Republican challenger is angry with Chris Christie The long-shot Republican challenging New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) wants more help from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), in his role as chairman of the Republican Governors Association. If he doesn’t get it. Well, then maybe Christie should quit, […]

Star Ledger Takes Another Swing At Conti Group

Yesterday: $9.6 million Fenimore cleanup contract is 23 percent more than state estimated ROXBURY — New Jersey has awarded a $9.6 million dollar contract to Conti Enterprises to cap the Fenimore landfill — about $1.8 million more than the state estimated the project would cost earlier this year. The controversial project is meant to address […]

Comment Of The Week

From Tom Burke: Does anyone but me see an attempt to cover up the “BBP” (Belmar Business Partners) invite to all by calling the committee Ms.Grosshandler is on the “RBP”. I think this is a subtle attempt to distort the facts. No-one heard of the “RBP” until this letter. The simple fact is that someone […]

Janet Grosshandler’s Letter

Janet Grosshandler, a member of the committee to stick Belmar with $7 million more debt, wrote a letter to the Star which was published today.  Ms. Grosshandler was the treasurer for the Magovern-Blackburn campaign last year and lived in Wall at the time.  She has since moved to an apartment in Belmar.  To my knowledge […]

Belmar In The News

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They Won’t Even Tell The State

That it’s about the $7 Million Click to enlarge  

Madeline And Pepito Grow Up?

When I read yesterday that “French youth” had gone on a rampage over what is going on in Gaza, I couldn’t believe it.  When I think of French youth I think maybe of cute little red-haired Madeline and her friend Pepito. I didn’t think they would really care about Gaza so I Googled images from […]

The Checks Are In The Mail

Or are they? One important factor you must consider when deciding how to vote August 19th is whether we can be certain that the $3.6 million the mayor says FEMA will pay towards the new pavilions will ever materialize.  What if it doesn’t?  Then what do we do? Many of us had questions during the […]

The Week

Appropriately Held In A Back Room

Violation of Open Public Meetings Act? Taxpayer resources used for “political event”? SID an arm of Democratic machine? . Reprinted with the permission of Coast Star newspapers: Private meeting leads residents to question mayor By Patrick Farrell BELMAR — A meeting held Tuesday night in the back room of Connolly Station has left some residents concerned […]