Stafford Twp seems hopeful to fast track another single use plastic bag ban according to the latest SandPaper article HERE. Very interesting story. It states Long Beach Township is the first municipality in the state to adopt the ban.
“We can’t have plastic bags floating around in water,” Long Beach Township Mayor Joseph Mancini said. “It’s just ridiculous. It’s time to get rid of them.”
If anyone’s been down recently you probably have noticed the beautiful ice flow that we’ve been experiencing this winter.
January 4th was a doozy! Important reminder here regarding gas meters. It’s important to keep your natural gas meter clear of snow and ice buildup.
The gas pressure vent on your meter needs to be kept clear to avoid the potential for dangerous indoor natural gas buildup. The vent can become plugged when ice and snow melt during the day and refreeze at night.
Stay safe during and after the storm. If you suspect a gas leak, leave the area and call the gas leak hotline at 800-582-7060. Remember, this number is for gas leaks only.
The Surf City Taxpayer Association would like to wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year. May it bring joy and peace to one and all!
If you need something last minute to celebrate and welcome the new year there is a NYE bash at the Ship Bottom firehouse. All the details can be found HERE in the Sandpaper.
Surf City Taxpayer Association would like to wish everyone a safe and Merry Christmas. And we would like to remind you that now is the time to join or renew your membership in the Surf City Taxpayers Association as we work to make Surf City a better place to live. Click the image below to link to our online membership page.
Santa’s sleigh was spied making the rounds in Surf City once again! Always a good sign!
More good news concerning the banning of single stream use plastic bags on LBI. More specifically in Surf City where Mayor Francis Hodgson will be addressing the issue in the coming new year. Read all the latest developments HERE in The SandPaper article.
The DOT is scaling back Causeway construction for the winter months. Read the whole story HERE in The SandPaper.
The Surf City Borough is putting approval for Verizon mobile hot spots on hold until the new year. Read all the details HERE in The SandPaper.
We’ve already had several snow falls before the official first day of winter. Always a beautiful sight to have snow on our beaches!
It appears Ship Bottom might be next on the list of LBI townships to “Ban The Bag”. Click HERE for the Sandpaper article details.
Surf City Fire Co. took 3rd place in the Fire Dept category in the annual Christmas parade here on LBI. For some marvelous pictures and a list of all the winners click HERE for the SandPaper article.
Here’s a picture of a few Surf City fisherman enjoying some late season angling at sunset.
For those wanting to get into the spirit of the Christmas season here are a couple of fun things to do.
First you can attend the Annual Christmas Parade 0n December 2nd here on LBI. Click HERE for all the details in The SandPaper.
Second you can cut down your own real live Christmas tree at any of the many tree farms here in NJ. Link HERE for 30 NJ farms that are offering this service.
Surf City resident Regina Halikas recently competed in and completed the NYC Marathon. The largest marathon in the world! Read all the details in the SandPaper HERE.
We hope everyone had a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
A recent ordinance was pasted to ban plastic bags in retail stores for Long Beach Twp municipalities. Read about it HERE in The SandPaper. And don’t forget to bring a bag w/you to the Acme!
For those interested in the surf and surfing here on Long Beach Island the 11th Annual Clam Jam will take place this Sunday, Nov 19th in Harvey Cedars. The event will be held at Hudson Ave and starts at 8AM. It’s a great time to be had by all w/clams on the half shells, chowder, and pizza served along w/the competition. You can read all about the event in detail HERE in The SandPaper.
Looks like Surf City, Harvey Cedars, and Long Beach Township will be getting more beach replenishment come December. Click here for the details in The Sandpaper.
Some of you may recognize this runner from Surf City. Her name is Regina and she completed all 26.2 miles of the NYC Marathon this past Sunday, Nov 5th. with a time of 06:53:39. Congratulations on an amazing accomplishment, Regina!