The Surfrider Foundation: Jersey Shore Chapter is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the ocean, waves and beaches. We support the goals of Save Asbury’s Waterfront: stop iStar’s waterfront construction at the North Beach immediately and renegotiate a Waterfront Redevelopment Plan that is transparent, environmentally sensitive and inclusive.
PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT – 11/8/18, 6:00 PM, Asbury Park City Hall
PRESS CONFERENCE: 5:00 PM, AP Post Office (Front)
COMMUNITY RALLIES TO SAVE ASBURY’S PARK’S WATERFRONT
WHAT: Save Asbury Park’s Waterfront is a broad coalition of citizens, environmental and civic organizations such as Clean Ocean Action, Surfrider Foundation: Jersey Shore Chapter, American Littoral Society, New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance, Asbury Park Complete Streets, and others who want to preserve and protect our oceanfront land from inappropriate development.
Confirmed speakers and their topic of interest include:
Kathleen Mumma, Host – Welcome
Dr. Madeline Monaco, President, 1501 Ocean Association – Public Access
Kay Harris, Historical Society & Business Owner – Open Public Space
Joyce Grant, Founder, Citizens for Oceanfront Preservation – North Beach Preservation
Reverend Gil Caldwell, Civil Rights Activist, The Dialogue Group – Social Inclusion and History
Pam Lamberton, Asbury Park Complete Streets – Transparency & Access
Diana Pittet, Surfrider Foundation – Public Access and Environmental Concerns
Avery Grant, New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance – Environmental and Social Justice Concerns
Capt. Paul Eidman, Anglers Conservation Network – Fish & Wildlife Conservation
American Littoral Society – Environmental Concerns
Cindy Zipf, Clean Ocean Action – Environmental Concerns
Senator Vin Gopal
Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling
PARKING: There should be parking in the municipal lot located at 1 Municipal Plaza as well as street Parking on Main Street.