The results of last week’s Asbury Park City Council election resulted in a shift of power from the incumbents to a majority of the One Asbury ticket. John Moor, Amy Quinn, and Myra Campbell of One Asbury won three of the five seats giving them control of the City Council.
Each of those candidates has actively worked against the Townhomes at Bradley Cove as opposed to the incumbents who included the townhomes in the original Waterfront Redevelopment Area plan.
This is another step in the right direction for the movement to Save Asbury Park’s north end beach. Thank you to all the registered Asbury Park voters who cast a ballot for change. To preserve this area we need the City Council to provide leadership, the developer, iStar, to be open to negotiate, and the resources of the Monmouth County Parks department. The majority victory of the One Asbury ticket signals a convergence of these three factors.
Thank you for your continued support.
Save Asbury Park’s North End Beach Campaign Coordinator
Come join the Sierra Club and the Surfrider Foundation for the
annual Hands Across the Sand event on the 3rd Ave beach in
Bradley Beach, NJ.
Hands Across the Sand is an international grassroot event designed to demonstrate local opposition to offshore drilling and support for clean energy.
At noon, local time, thousands of people will join hands at
events across the world to send a message to our
Hands Across the Sand has been a global success with
thousands of events in all 50 states and nearly 50 countries
worldwide from New Zealand to Hawaii. Join hands to end
our dependence on dangerous, dirty fuels. Join hands to end
global warming and climate change. Join hands to embrace
Unwind after the demonstration with a FREE beach yoga session on 3rd Avenue Beach in Bradley Beach!
RSVP HERE: http://hatsbradleybeach.
Gull Island, a County Park and Conservation Area in Point Pleasant is still littered with debris from Sandy.
Meet in the parking Lot near Spike’s on the Point Pleasant Beach side or the Fisherman’s Cove beach on the Manasquan side.
Bring a Kayak, SUP, boat to paddle over.
Please RSVP here so we can estimate a head count…
Join Surfrider and Barefoot Wine help get the Long Beach Township , LBI beaches ready for summer.
Free Event! Help LBI get ready for summer and protect their dunes!
May 11th, 1-4PM
Dune fencing, shrub planting, lifeguard stand painting.
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Long Beach Township Municipal Building
6805 Long Beach Boulevard
Long Beach Township, NJ 08008
Look for the Surfrider tent!
Volunteers are also invited to attend a celebration, organized by the Surfrider Foundation, featuring surf-inspired fare. Tickets for the celebration will be distributed at the cleanup.
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
11801 Long Beach Boulevard
Long Beach Township, NJ 08008
Please note that all events are limited to those 21 years of age or older.
RSVP at Beachrescue2013.com just for a head count.
The chapter’s Beach Clean-up site is at North Beach in Asbury Park. Please arrive at 9 am. Meet at the dirt lot near Asbury Towers
The chapter is also co-sponsoring two marsh clean-ups with Save Barnegat Bay. Come out and help us clean up debris left from Hurricane Sandy. At the marsh sites, please wear boots and bring gloves and garbages bags. If you have a chainsaw, it may be helpful to cut up some of the larger debris. The locations are as follows: