This past Friday, July 5th we hosted our annual Foul Shooting Contest! This contest was a big success. Girls and boys through age 18 had the chance to show their basketball skills and compete for cool prizes including ice cream coupons! In total, we had 70 kids participate. The top three winners, by age group, were as follows:
6 AND UNDER :
1st place – Lacy Barnes
2nd place – Sabrina M
3rd place – Finn Glacken
7 to 9 :
1st place – Owen N
2nd place – Sutton Chan
3rd place – Hannah Todd
10 to 12 :
1st place – Patrick F
2nd place – Christopher Barnes
3rd place – Andrew G
13 to 18 :
1st place – Eleanor Glirardet
2nd place – David C
3rd place – Sara C
A special thanks to Coach Ron, Scott, Ellie and Chuck for making this event possible!
In a topic of importance to many Surf City taxpayers, the state legislature has sent a bill to Governor Murphy to exempt some homeowners from a new tax that would be levied on rentals of homes.
This article from NorthJersey.com details the exemptions and states that it is yet unclear whether the Governor intends to sign the new bill.
Coming up soon is Surf City’s annual Foul Shooting Contest, Pancake Breakfast, the first Mini Golf Tournament of the Summer! The second half of the month will host the Flea Market and the Surflight Theater Show and Lunch. See our list of events below for the first half of the month!
Foul Shooting Contest
Come out and enjoy shooting some hoops Friday, July 5th at our annual Foul Shooting Contest. Girls and boys through age 18 have the chance to show their basketball skills and compete for cool prizes. The event starts at 10:00am atRichard A. Zachariae Field (Division St. & Barnegat Ave, Surf City, NJ 08008). Mini Hoops for ages 6 and younger!
It was a “full house” at this years Meet The Mayor Meeting on Saturday June 22nd as Mayor Francis Hodgson delivered his “State of the Town Address” at the Surf City Fire House. Over 100 taxpayers were in attendance to hear the Mayor and get their questions answered. A shout out to Bagels & Beyond where breakfast was purchased.
Over 50 questions from homeowners were fielded by the Mayor. The Mayor also continued the tradition of presenting a budget and tax comparison of Surf City to Ship Bottom and Beach Haven. You can find those financial documents HERE!
Four big events are happening in Surf City this weekend!
On Saturday, June 22nd is our annual Meet The Mayor Meeting and The Surf City Business Cooperative’s Surf The Sidewalk Event. On Monday June 24th, is the Casino Bus Trip to Atlantic City (usually in August) and the weekly Farmer’s Market at the SC Firehouse begins!
Announcing a date change! Our very popular Surflight Theater Lunch & Show event will now take place on Thursday, July 18. The event kicks off with lunch at the Surf City Hotel at 12:00 noon. Then it’s down to the Surflight Theater for the show Mama Mia. Tickets are $50. Please call Carol Marino by 7/3, to make reservations. Her number: 609-540-9594.
Join us June 24th for our Casino Bus trip to AC! Cost is $25, with $25 slot credit given by Tropicana. Adults 21+. Bus departs St. Thomas Church parking lot (14th Street) at 9:15 am and returns at 5:30 pm. For reservations, contact Noella Fried at email@example.com or call her at 973- 461- 3660. The bus only holds fifty six so call today! To download the sign up form, click HERE! -> Casino Trip payment form (1) (1)
This Spring, the SCTA conducted a survey to understand members’ experience with the Tax Reassessment Process. Over 120 members responded. To view results, please click on the document below!