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Wall OKs micro- breweries

Wall OKs micro- breweries

WALL TOWNSHIP — With the mayor casting a tie-breaking vote, the Wall Township committee last week approved an ordinance permitting microbreweries in the West Belmar Gateway Area, despite heated residential opposition.

“I’ve been put in a position I’ve never been in before,” Mayor George Newberry said when the committee deadlocked at 2-2 on the ordinance. “I understand what everybody believes and I worked very hard in moving ahead ...

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MANASQUAN — The U.S. Women’s World Cup victory party is not over yet, as the borough has planned a town-wide celebration for team captain and Manasquan resident Christie Rampone.

On Thursday, Aug. 13, the town will come together to honor Ms. Rampone with a parade, beach concert and fireworks display for her recent success with the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team as they took home the World Cup ...

Grant to ease  flood concernsGrant to ease flood concerns

SPRING LAKE — For many residents living near Wreck Pond, where storm-driven floods have frequently wrought havoc, a multi-million dollar grant just awarded to the borough offers a ray of hope.

The news was personally delivered by Gov. Chris Christie last Thursday, July 23 at the Spring Lake Fire Company No. 1, on Fifth Avenue. The governor announced that Spring Lake will receive $3.85 million in federal funds for ...

School bond issue term setSchool bond issue term set

MANASQUAN — The actual cost to the Manasquan taxpayer for the multi-million dollar school renovation project became clearer during the board of education’s meeting earlier this week.

With three of the Manasquan-elected members absent Tuesday, the board unanimously approved a resolution to set the life of the bond issue for the $24.4 million school district renovation project at 20 years.

The property tax impact would average $333 per ...

Cataldo sentenced to 12 years in state prisonCataldo sentenced to 12 years in state prison

FREEHOLD — Louis Cataldo, of Point Pleasant, who pled guilty to the 2013 shooting of a woman outside a Brielle restaurant, was sentenced Friday to 12 years in New Jersey state prison for attempted murder.

Superior Court Judge Francis J. Vernoia said Mr. Cataldo must serve 85 percent of the 12 year, two month and 13 day sentence before being considered for eligibility for parole under the state’s No ...


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