Lacey Access Road Moves A Step Closer [AUDIO]
Lacey Township in Ocean County is a step closer to a proposed access road, now that state environmental regulators have reached a settlement with officials.
New Measure Enhances Coastal Evacuation Plan [AUDIO]
Last Summer, Hurricane Irene caused damage to the Garden State and forced thousands to evacuate their homes.
Payroll Tax Extension Tops Runyan’s To Do List
After enjoying several weeks off, Congress heads back to work tomorrow in Washington, D.C. One shore area representative tells us, the payroll tax extension is at the top of his priority list.
Brick Mayor’s Salary Reduced Thanks To Ordinance
An ordinance that would dramatically reduce the Mayor’s salary in Brick Township gets the all thumbs up from both political parties.
Stolen Log Splitter Replaced At Lakewood Homeless Encampment
A silver lining for Lakewood tent city residents. A Toms River rental company is donating a brand new hydraulic wood splitter after the one they had, was stolen from the encampment site Tuesday night.
Former Toms River Councilman Moves To The Big Leagues
The 10th Legislative District has a new member on the team but he’s no stranger to Ocean County Residents. It’s former Toms River Councilman Gregory P. McGuckin and he will be sworn in officially as of today.
This Is Today
This week marks a milestone in the history of television. On Friday, January 13th, the NBC will celebrate 60 years of their morning show, Today. The show has a lot of meaning to me and I plan to be outside the Rockefeller Center studio bright and early for their special broadcast. It&CloseCurlyQuot…
Retiring Senator Ciesla Proud Of His Accomplishments
Today marks the conclusion of two decades of service for one shore area Senator. is retiring and he looks back fondly on his time in the 10th Legislative District.
Battle Over Pay Continues In Brick
The debate continues to heat up in Brick Township in regards to the salary structure of both the Mayor and council.
Beyond Nuclear Pleased With Regulators [AUDIO]
The environmental groups opposed to the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Ocean County’s Lacey Township are pleased the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is planning to further investigate the facilities reactor after they sent in thousands of petition signatures.