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Stolen lawn decoration Elephant residents home 100 10th ave Belmar

Patty from 100 10th ave is missing a very very heavy Elephant made from lava rock, one of the two of them was reported missing Wednesday morning. https://twitter.com/pattiedookes/status/489506029538136064 @Pattiedookes: @belmardays @GeorgeRemaily please RT. To the thief of a person who stole my other elephant from my yard, RETURN it!! http://t.co/QggZBC86Di


Quality of life in Belmar- Balancing the needs of Residents vs Seasonal Business

I think the beach front is going in a very bad direction. Parking for residents who have already experienced a tripling in taxes have a hard enough time locating parking for their family or guests, another restaurant will make it that much worse. It seems anything goes, there used to be strict controls on stores […]


Ocean Grove Nj ribbon cutting of new boardwalk today

Photos of the ocean grove New Jersey boardwalk ribbon cutting with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie , us rep.mChris Smith, and NJ state senator Jennifer Beck. Photos of the ribbon cutting and boardwalk was crowded for this great event July 3 2014, 613 days after Hurricane Sandy!

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Best brunch in Monmouth County 2014 Matisse

Matisse is back after 18 long months after hurricane Sandy Matisse Belmar has found a new home to serve their wonderful Sunday Brunch. Matisse is now located at 1000 Main Street in Belmar.Sunday brunch at Matisse is famous for their Crispy French Toast, a mix of very fresh salads, meats and seafood along with the […]


Friday morning on the 9th ave Beach photo

The beach had more than a few fish washed up from the Shark river fish kill of the pod of bunker fish. I would say by mid morning the beach crews that have been out there cleaning with heavy machinery will have it all clean up and looking good for the weekend. And stop letting […]

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Spring Lake & Belmar beach re-nourishment photos 2014

U.S. Rep. Chris Smith announced that a $25 million southern Monmouth County beach replenishment project wrapped up Wednesday afternoon in Belmar. Hurricane Sandy caused severe beach erosion along the five-mile stretch of beaches covered by the project. The massive beach re-nourishment work to repair and restore the beach to better than pre-Sandy conditions began Nov. […]

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