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Seaside Park homeowner

Bel Air, MD

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#1
Nov 2, 2012
 
Government satellite imaging from Wed. Oct. 31st (two days ago!) shows that Central Ave was dry and that Bay ave was barely wet at that time.
Why are the residents still being denied access to their properties???
faith byk

Waterbury, CT

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#2
Nov 2, 2012
 
how do u get on the govenment sateite? my home on 133 I street, was told to call back next week no one allowed to come to ss pak.
Carole

Burlington, NJ

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Nov 2, 2012
 
Seaside Park homeowner wrote:
Government satellite imaging from Wed. Oct. 31st (two days ago!) shows that Central Ave was dry and that Bay ave was barely wet at that time.
Why are the residents still being denied access to their properties???
I believe the causeway may have been damaged. I understand it may be months before homeowners will be allowed to return in the Heights. We in the Park should, at least, be allowed to winterize our homes so the pipes won't burst.
Mike A

Brewster, NY

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#5
Nov 2, 2012
 
We live in the Park year round. We followed the directions of the authorities and evacuated. We need to get to our home to get clothes and insurance papers and other items that we need to live. It is unfair that people that followed directions are now being punished because of others that failed to evacuate. LET US IN !
Carole

Burlington, NJ

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#6
Nov 2, 2012
 
I agree Mike. We use our F St. house all year off and on. When my Dad lived there he would park his car on the highest ground in town and stay put when they had mandatory evacuations. He never regretted it. As far as I know, unlike the Heights, there are no gas leaks. How high off the ground is your home? Is your house on a poured foundation or pilings?
Pete

Brooklyn, NY

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#7
Nov 2, 2012
 
Have a home, too, in SSP. Use ALL year round and, as many of us are, I am very anxious to get to it. I have heard so many conflicting reports as to how long it will be before we can return. They range from about a week all the way up to 8 months. I think it is just too early to tell right now as even the authorities don't know the full extent of the damage. I would say that once everyone has left (by Saturday) the utility companies can really begin focusing on restoration at which point perhaps the borough can give a better idea of when we can expect to return. For homes that were miraculously minimally affected so much more damage will be done to them if we cannot prep them for winter or get in to assess damage for insurance claims. I hope the authorities are keeping this in mind as well once they deem it is safe to return.
Theresa_Pittsfie ld MA

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Nov 2, 2012
 
Does anyone have information regarding 1512 N. Bayview Avenue in Seaside Park located directly across the bay? Has this area been affected by "Sandy". We've heard nothing from the resident and wondering if she is safe (?), or was evacuated (?).
Billy

Minneapolis, MN

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Nov 3, 2012
 
Theresa_Pittsfield MA wrote:
Does anyone have information regarding 1512 N. Bayview Avenue in Seaside Park located directly across the bay? Has this area been affected by "Sandy". We've heard nothing from the resident and wondering if she is safe (?), or was evacuated (?).
I live year round just around the corner-I was told that my front door was wide open-my floor was "wet" and all was in tact. I heard that First Responders and other were entering homes looking for any persons left behind- check out this website to see the aftermath- https://storms.ngs.noaa.gov/storms/sandy/ I hope your resident is ok
Billy SSPK

Minneapolis, MN

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Nov 3, 2012
 
faith byk wrote:
how do u get on the govenment sateite? my home on 133 I street, was told to call back next week no one allowed to come to ss pak.
https://storms.ngs.noaa.gov/storms/sandy/
Michael Smith

Philadelphia, PA

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Nov 3, 2012
 

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My wife and I own the Belvedere Motel.
We stayed throught the storm and left on Wed. afternoon. I have to say that compared to most other shore towns we faired very well. Central ave and east is in very good shape but west to the bay is in rough shape.
We were told that electricity will take at least two weeks before being restored. Water service is minimul and the sewer system works but, it gets pumped to Ortley Beach before it gets sent to the treatment plant. Ortley's pump station does not work.

The day thay I left, was the first day that the DPW was allowed onto the Island. They immediately went to work clearing the streets.
I have to agree with the township for not letting anyone back in right now. THEY HAVE TO CLEAN UP THE TOWN! WE WOULD JUST BE IN THE WAY. SO, LET THEM DO THE JOB THAT THEY ARE SO GOOD AT AND BE PATIENT!

As far as not be allowed to get to your home for MONTH'S let's not be ignorant. I'm sure that they will not be able to survive without TAX revenue and having to Compensation for housing for those year round residents!
Brighton Ave Seaside Park

Smyrna, GA

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Nov 3, 2012
 
My mom lives at 35 Brighton Avenue - is there any damage on that street - she is 6 houses from the ocean side. Any new on when residents can return- thanks
faith byk

Waterbury, CT

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#13
Nov 3, 2012
 
thanks, can barely c my home, still there though, from the sattl. ss park doesn't look as bad as the heights, but will find out when we get there. hope that white spot up the road isn't our boat.,
joseph cicala

Forest Hills, NY

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Nov 3, 2012
 

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I would like to know why the Town Adminstration has not set up an informational site. It would be nice if our paid staff and officals would provide updates to all of us displaced residents. I hope they are involved in the decision making process concerning the opportunity for owners and residents to return and collect valuables, paperwork clothing etc. For those who own property at least allow them to review their situation and winterize to prevent futher damage.
jackie

Freehold, NJ

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Nov 3, 2012
 
Hi ,

does anyone have any information or photo's of 15 avenue shore villa, seaside park, nj
thank you,
David Miller

Kennett Square, PA

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#16
Nov 3, 2012
 
joseph cicala wrote:
I would like to know why the Town Adminstration has not set up an informational site. It would be nice if our paid staff and officals would provide updates to all of us displaced residents. I hope they are involved in the decision making process concerning the opportunity for owners and residents to return and collect valuables, paperwork clothing etc. For those who own property at least allow them to review their situation and winterize to prevent futher damage.
I agree with you. A web site with often-updated information regarding assessed damage, what actions are being taken immediateley and what actions are planned, as well as an educated prediction and on what it is based regarding allowing residents back in Seaside Park would seem to be greatly needed now. Certainly the town's web site could be at least updated daily; why isn't it? Alternatively a telephone hot line could exist with an automated message that provides much needed info to residents that could relieve much frustration about being un-informed.
I pray that the ugly rumor about 8 months is not true.
Eric

Manasquan, NJ

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#17
Nov 3, 2012
 
I was just talking about this with my girl yesterday. I heard my Apt was mint after the storm. I hear NO News from Seaside only that Residents that stayed need to get off Island. Really need some answers here!!!!
linda

Paterson, NJ

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Nov 3, 2012
 
Brighton Ave Seaside Park wrote:
My mom lives at 35 Brighton Avenue - is there any damage on that street - she is 6 houses fromI the ocean side. Any new on when residents can return- thanks
i am trying to find out how my house at 17 Brighton Ave is...any word? Thanks
Seaside Park homeowner

Phoenixville, PA

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#19
Nov 3, 2012
 
I agree with the lack of information - even went to the town facebook pages and nothing that I can see. I guess we need to keep everyone informed using this site - lets try to do that everyone - then we can all meet at Bum Rodgers in the summer for a beer and a "meet and greet"....
John

Cherry Hill, NJ

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#20
Nov 3, 2012
 
My wife's granparents have property on O Street, a little bungalow two blocks from the street.

Does anyone know how O Street made out?
Rob

Jersey City, NJ

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#21
Nov 3, 2012
 
jackie wrote:
Hi ,
does anyone have any information or photo's of 15 avenue shore villa, seaside park, nj
thank you,
Jackie I live in one of the trailers on the bay in shore villa. If you go on facebook and subscribe to the page friends of midway beach you will see a bunch of pics. From what i have heard shore villas faired well.

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