Saturday Dec 7
Asbury Park Press
Sea change needed in attitude about environment
More than one year after superstorm Sandy, there is still so much work to do. That was the refrain at an environmental conference Saturday at McLoone's Pier House, where Clean Ocean Action hosted a panel discussion that included Rep. Frank J. Pallone Jr., D-N.J., and WNBC-TV reporter Brian Thompson, who covers New Jersey for the New York station.
Besieged assemblyman lists assets for court
Court transcripts obtained by The Record from Schroeder's testimony at the same proceeding - with his creditors in his bankruptcy case in late September in Newark - show that the politician still owns millions in real estate, including his main home and an adjoining lot in Washington Township , a vacation home in Lavallette and land in Toms River.
After storm, surfcasters might see a surge in stripers
The hard northwester that's been blowing since the coastal storm passed by Wednesday has calmed the ocean, and could provide another period of hot striper fishing - particularly for surfcasters.
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Council OKs demolition
The borough, here, is moving forward with plans to demolish its Hurricane Sandy-damaged municipal building and build new and improved offices.
Jersey Shore fishing: Northeaster slows surf action
Though stripers were still caught in the Ocean County surf, the hard northeast blow put a big dent in the action.