4 area beaches remain closed for bacteria
Thirteen of 17 Ocean County beaches found to have too much bacteria pollution Monday had returned to safe levels by Tuesday with the other four closed yesterday, according to Ocean County Health Department. via Ocean County Observer
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#1 Aug 27, 2007
What's the big deal....every day, every summer, we swam around
first Pier (Wildwood Avenue) and since I swam with open eye, I saw stuff floating in Toms River that "talked me into"showering after swimming.....by the way, I'm talking about the 30'S, 40ies and early50's ....guess what....I survived....never even was sick until the last five years of overmedication.....how times change....running barefoot all summer long excepting for Sunday School and shopping in Toms River once every couple weeks...sunburn, earaches, boils (today they would hospitalize you for a Staph Infection but back then those big, ugly, vile sulfur tablets would fix you rght up!) and guess what....we lived!! Even Gill's frozenMilky Ways and Barrel cold Root Beer didn't take us down....we'd still dance all night in Batilla's Blue Room, walk the length of the boardwalk and bang nthe
Razzle Dazzle into the pole until Mr. Sherk chsed us home....health departments do wonderful things but sometimes they just try toohard to protectand serve...oh, that's the Police??
#2 Sep 21, 2007
mind your own business, mr. texas.
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