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  1. Boro mulls cost of public safetyRead the original story

    Friday | Star News Group

    Public safety and emergency preparedness are new priorities driving discussions of the borough's 2017 budget in the wake of recent events that hit close to home. At a special budget workshop on Feb. 20, officials cited the September 2016 bombing in Seaside Park as a reason to increase law enforcement manpower and emergency personnel equipment to better serve and protect citizens of the local community.

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  2. Lavallette explores shared services with Seaside ParkRead the original story

    Friday Jan 27 | Star News Group

    With the momentum of post-Sandy rebuilding slowing down, the borough and neighboring Seaside Park are moving forward with an agreement to share construction, zoning and code enforcement services. "What has happened is, as building and elevation of properties in all of the communities along the shore, as that business starts to slow down it is difficult for each of the municipalities to maintain a proper staff required, especially the construction official who runs the whole department," Councilwoman Joanne Filippone told The Ocean Star on Jan. 25. At the Jan. 23 borough council meeting, members on the dais voted to introduce an ordinance that would merge the two boroughs' construction departments and another to align fees.

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  3. Lavallette began 2016 in new borough hallRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2016 | Star News Group

    For the borough, 2016 was a year of firsts. In January, officials held the first reorganization meeting in a new borough hall, which replaced the building destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

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  4. Beach revisits past and looks to futureRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2016 | Star News Group

    This year, the borough sought to get back to its roots while at the same time focusing on the town's economy. During 2016, the borough welcomed back the Grand Prix speed boat races, which it had not hosted since the 1980s.

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  5. Officials tout local securityRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Star News Group

    State officials met with local mayors this week for the launch of a new Hometown Security Initiative that will involve residents in the homeland security effort. "The idea behind this is that it all highlights the importance of public participation in homeland security today," said Stephanie Raphael, director of communications for the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.

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  6. Incumbents run unopposed for Lavallette Board of EdRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2016 | Star News Group

    With no challengers running for the board of education in the borough, it seems the two incumbents running for re-election have a good chance of retaining their seats. The two seats up for election on Nov. 8 this year are currently held by board members Elizabeth D'Aloisio and Mary Ann Baginski.

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  7. Fishing TipsRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    Last week I wrote "So we just need to wait for the next push of a concentration of bass to move in." And move in it did this past weekend.

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  8. Italian Fest eyes sunny comebackRead the original story

    Oct 13, 2016 | Star News Group

    This weekend's rain-free weather forecast is welcome news for the organizers of the the Spring Lake Italian Festival, now scheduled for Saturday. "We're excited to move forward with what the plans were," said Ellen Manger of The Greater Spring Lake Chamber of Commerce, which is presenting the event.

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  9. Event pix sought by FBIRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2016 | Star News Group

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] has asked shore area police for help in collecting photos and videos taken at public events in August and September. The Sea Girt Police Department was asked to gather images from the Sea Girt 5K, held on Saturday, Aug. 6, according to Patrolman Larry Bolchune, who requested copies of photos taken as part of The Coast Star's coverage of that event.

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  10. Lost event won't be rescheduledRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Star News Group

    The board of directors of the Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce decided this week not to reschedule the Festival of the Sea, which was canceled last Saturday in the wake of a bomb blast in Seaside Park. "The seafood festival takes us a year to plan.

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  11. Festival of Sea scrubbed after bomb blastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Star News Group

    Borough officials are still on edge following a bombing in Seaside Park which led to the cancellation of the annual Festival of the Sea celebration last Saturday. "The information regarding Seaside Park and the "what if" in Point Pleasant Beach was relayed to me through the chief [of police] from the Department of Homeland Security," said Mayor Stephen Reid about his call to cut short the 39th annual seafood festival just hours after a pipe bomb exploded in a trash can before a military 5K in Seaside Park got underway.

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  12. San Gennaro Fest halved for safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | Star News Group

    The Belmar Police Department will take increased precautions at future public events and festivals after bombings in Seaside and Manhattan, caused officials to cancel day two of the San Gennaro Festival on Sunday. According to Mayor Matthew Doherty, the police department plans to increase security in anticipation of a variety of threats during the many festivals, races and public events held in the borough throughout the year.

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  13. Lavallette-Seaside Park school pact approvedRead the original story

    Aug 26, 2016 | Star News Group

    This school year Seaside Park students who attend Lavallette Elementary School will be able to do so without their parents having to pay tuition. The tuition bill for the 16 Seaside Park students who will be attending the school this year will be paid by the Seaside Park Board of Education as a result of a state-sanctioned send-and-receive agreement with Lavallette.

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