Written Comments on Oceanic Bridge Accepted Through 10/26

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – If you missed the chance to voice your concerns about the Oceanic Bridge at recent public information meetings held in Rumson and Middletown, you can still do so in writing.The Monmouth County Department of Public Works and Engineering has created and posted a form online that you can download and use to submit your written comments.

The public meetings were held to discuss the replacement alternatives of the Oceanic Bridge over the Navesink River between Rumson and Middletown, in accordance with federal and state regulations. The public is encouraged to voice their opinions on their preferred bridge replacement alternative. All written public comments will be included in the submission to the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration.

The forms, as well as the materials presented at the public information meetings, are posted on the Monmouth County website via this link.

Written comments will be accepted through Wednesday, October 26, 2011.  Comments may be mailed or faxed to:

Monmouth County Engineering
1 East Main Street
P.O. Box 1255Freehold, NJ  07728

Attn:    Inkyung EnglehartFax:  732-431-7765

Written Comments on Oceanic Bridge Accepted Through 10/26

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – If you missed the chance to voice your concerns about the Oceanic Bridge at recent public information meetings held in Rumson and Middletown, you can still do so in writing.The Monmouth County Department of Public Works and Engineering has created and posted a form online that you can download and use to submit your written comments.

The public meetings were held to discuss the replacement alternatives of the Oceanic Bridge over the Navesink River between Rumson and Middletown, in accordance with federal and state regulations. The public is encouraged to voice their opinions on their preferred bridge replacement alternative. All written public comments will be included in the submission to the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration.

The forms, as well as the materials presented at the public information meetings, are posted on the Monmouth County website via this link.

Written comments will be accepted through Wednesday, October 26, 2011.  Comments may be mailed or faxed to:

Monmouth County Engineering
1 East Main Street
P.O. Box 1255Freehold, NJ  07728

Attn:    Inkyung EnglehartFax:  732-431-7765

Free Dog Rabies Clinic Oct 1 in Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – The Middletown Health Department will hold a free rabies clinic for dogs only at the overflow parking lot on the corner of Kings Hwy and Penelope Lane on Saturday October 1 from 9 a.m. to noon.  Open to all residents of New Jersey.  All dogs must be on a leash.  Middletown residents may renew and or apply for new licenses – proof of neutering must be supplied for reduced fees.  Please bring proof of any previous rabies vaccinations.

Free Dog Rabies Clinic Oct 1 in Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – The Middletown Health Department will hold a free rabies clinic for dogs only at the overflow parking lot on the corner of Kings Hwy and Penelope Lane on Saturday October 1 from 9 a.m. to noon.  Open to all residents of New Jersey.  All dogs must be on a leash.  Middletown residents may renew and or apply for new licenses – proof of neutering must be supplied for reduced fees.  Please bring proof of any previous rabies vaccinations.

Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run Results

HOWELL, NJ —  The Monmouth County Park System has released the results of the Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run held on Sunday, September 25, at the Manasquan Reservoir, Windeler Road, Howell.  Racers ran the scenic cross-country course around the beautiful Manasquan Reservoir. Completing the course in 31:56.0, Cody Kulik of Howell was the men’s overall winner. Patrick Neuls of Jackson followed in second with a time of 35:03.0 while Simon Muckle of Island Heights finished in 35:44.0 to take third.

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One hundred and twenty eight racers compete in the 2011 Monmouth County Park System’s Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run.

The women’s overall winner was Christine Arsego of Pt. Pleasant Beach who finished the course in 35:07.0. Coming in second was Dionne Petach of Adelphia with a time of 36:30.0. Brianna Feerst of Brick came in third with a time of 36:48.0.  A complete list of results can be found at www.monmouthcountyparks.com.

For more information about the Manasquan 5-Mile Run or any other Park System race, please visit www.monmouthcountyparks.com or call (732) 842-4000. The TTY/TDD number for persons with hearing impairment is 711.  The Monmouth County Park System, created in 1960 by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, is Monmouth County’s Open Space, Parks, and Recreation agency

Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run Results

HOWELL, NJ —  The Monmouth County Park System has released the results of the Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run held on Sunday, September 25, at the Manasquan Reservoir, Windeler Road, Howell.  Racers ran the scenic cross-country course around the beautiful Manasquan Reservoir. Completing the course in 31:56.0, Cody Kulik of Howell was the men’s overall winner. Patrick Neuls of Jackson followed in second with a time of 35:03.0 while Simon Muckle of Island Heights finished in 35:44.0 to take third.

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One hundred and twenty eight racers compete in the 2011 Monmouth County Park System’s Manasquan Reservoir 5-Mile Run.

The women’s overall winner was Christine Arsego of Pt. Pleasant Beach who finished the course in 35:07.0. Coming in second was Dionne Petach of Adelphia with a time of 36:30.0. Brianna Feerst of Brick came in third with a time of 36:48.0.  A complete list of results can be found at www.monmouthcountyparks.com.

For more information about the Manasquan 5-Mile Run or any other Park System race, please visit www.monmouthcountyparks.com or call (732) 842-4000. The TTY/TDD number for persons with hearing impairment is 711.  The Monmouth County Park System, created in 1960 by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, is Monmouth County’s Open Space, Parks, and Recreation agency

Celebrate the Season at Thompson Park Day

CELEBRATE THE SEASON DURING THOMPSON PARK DAY 

LINCROFT, NJ —  From scarecrows to worm races, Thompson Park Day celebrates the season with traditional autumn activities in a beautiful park setting. Held from 11am to 5pm on Sunday, October 16 at the facility on Newman Springs Road, Lincroft; Thompson Park Day is the quintessential fall festival.  

Free activities include entertainment, a corn maze, archery, canoeing (12noon-4pm, weather permitting), worm races, pottery demonstrations, golf evaluations and kids’ races. Activities requiring a ticket (each ticket costs $2) are pumpkin painting, ceramic painting, a climbing wall, wagon rides, inflatable rides, video game trailer and a 4-D movie experience.

A scarecrow contest will be held from 11am to 4pm. Entries are $15 in advance or $20 the day of event. The Friends of the Parks will be holding a “Strut Your Mutt” doggie costume contest as well. Applications and details for both the scarecrow and “Strut Your Mutt” contests are available online at www.monmouthcountyparks.com. Admission and parking for Thompson Park Day are free.  For more information about Thompson Park Day or any other Park System¬ event, visit www.monmouthcountyparks.com or call (732) 842-4000. For persons with hearing impairment, the TTY/TDD number is 711.  

The Monmouth County Park System, created in 1960 by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, is Monmouth County’s Open Space, Parks and Recreation agency. 

Celebrate the Season at Thompson Park Day

CELEBRATE THE SEASON DURING THOMPSON PARK DAY 

LINCROFT, NJ —  From scarecrows to worm races, Thompson Park Day celebrates the season with traditional autumn activities in a beautiful park setting. Held from 11am to 5pm on Sunday, October 16 at the facility on Newman Springs Road, Lincroft; Thompson Park Day is the quintessential fall festival.  

Free activities include entertainment, a corn maze, archery, canoeing (12noon-4pm, weather permitting), worm races, pottery demonstrations, golf evaluations and kids’ races. Activities requiring a ticket (each ticket costs $2) are pumpkin painting, ceramic painting, a climbing wall, wagon rides, inflatable rides, video game trailer and a 4-D movie experience.

A scarecrow contest will be held from 11am to 4pm. Entries are $15 in advance or $20 the day of event. The Friends of the Parks will be holding a “Strut Your Mutt” doggie costume contest as well. Applications and details for both the scarecrow and “Strut Your Mutt” contests are available online at www.monmouthcountyparks.com. Admission and parking for Thompson Park Day are free.  For more information about Thompson Park Day or any other Park System¬ event, visit www.monmouthcountyparks.com or call (732) 842-4000. For persons with hearing impairment, the TTY/TDD number is 711.  

The Monmouth County Park System, created in 1960 by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, is Monmouth County’s Open Space, Parks and Recreation agency. 

AH United Methodist Church to Host Boscov Gala Review

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands United Methodist Church will host Boscov’s Gala Preview on Wednesday October 5, 2011 from 10 am – 9:30 pm at the church, Third Avenue and E. Garfield Avenue in the borough.

Tickets are $5.00 each and  proceeds will benefit the Church Mission Trip to Mississippi.  To purchase a ticket or for more information please contact the Church Office at 732-291-0485.

AH United Methodist Church to Host Boscov Gala Review

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands United Methodist Church will host Boscov’s Gala Preview on Wednesday October 5, 2011 from 10 am – 9:30 pm at the church, Third Avenue and E. Garfield Avenue in the borough.

Tickets are $5.00 each and  proceeds will benefit the Church Mission Trip to Mississippi.  To purchase a ticket or for more information please contact the Church Office at 732-291-0485.