Freeholders Tom Arnone, John P. Curley and Serena DiMaso were joined by kindergartener Tiegan Caldwell from Bradley Beach Elementary School for the unveiling of the new Monmouth County Tourism Logo
BRADLEY BEACH, NJ –Overlooking the beach and breaking surf, the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and local civic leaders outlined their picture of the 2017 summer tourism season and unveiled a new county tourism logo on the Bradley Beach promenade.
“Monmouth County is open for business and ready for Summer!,” said Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone, liaison to the County’s Tourism and Economic Development divisions. “Last weekend’s New Jersey Seafood Festival in Belmar was a great success for the businesses and the food purveyors. We are expecting another solid year for tourism for the rest of the county and the County Tourism Office has been working diligently to connect with potential visitors and let them know that their vacation plans should include Monmouth County.”
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Posted: May 26th, 2017 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: #MonmouthSummer, Bradley Beach, Bradley Beach Elementary School, Freeholder John P. Curley, Freeholder Serena DiMaso, Freeholder Tom Arnone, Monmouth County News, Press Release | Comments Off on Freeholders Kickoff Monmouth County Tourism Season
BRADLEY BEACH – Authorities have identified the body that was discovered floating in the waters off Sea Bright on Thursday as the 31-year-old Newark man who was swept out to sea on Saturday. Julio Pierre was visiting Bradley Beach with friends on Saturday when he disappeared in the ocean near the Brinley Avenue jetty at around… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: August 19th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: Bradley Beach, Highlands, Julio Pierre, Monmouth County News, Sea Bright | Comments Off on Police ID body found in ocean as missing Newark man
BRADLEY BEACH – A 30-year-old Asbury Park man was charged with multiple offenses after he allegedly sexually gratified himself in front of children inside of the public library. Michael Carlucci, 30, of Asbury Park, was charged with two counts of second-degree sexual assault on a minor and one count of fourth-degree trespassing on Tuesday following an… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: August 24th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Asbury Park, Monmouth County News | Tags: Asbury Park, Bradley Beach, Megan's Law, Michael Carlucci, Monmouth County News, NJ Sex Offenders Registry | Comments Off on Sex offender charged with masturbating in front of children at library
Posted: July 2nd, 2014 | Author: admin | Filed under: BizEturtle, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Park System | Tags: Avon, Bradley Beach, concerts, Cruise Nights, Monmouth County, Ocean Grove, Open House, Port Monmouth, Red Bank, Upper Freehold | Comments Off on Monthly & Weekly Events from BizEturtle:Events in Monmouth
See the 19th century mill in action
1PM – 4PM
Saturday July 5 , 12, 19 , 26 & Sunday, July 6, 13, 20, 27
Saturday, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 & Sunday, August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
62 Walnford Road, Upper Freehold
OPEN HOUSE-HISTORIC SEABROOK-WILSON HOUSE
1PM – 4PM on Sundays through October 26
Bayshore Waterfront Park
719 Port Monmouth Road, Port Monmouth
Info: 732-787-3033 , x 2
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By Freeholder Tom Arnone
Freeholder Tom Arone
TRAFFIC SIGNALS are of great significance in that they help to control the flow of traffic as well as helping to ensure the safety of our residents. Recently, there was a traffic signal activation ceremony held on the corner of Locust Avenue and Parker Roadin the Borough of West Long Branch. This project came about as a result of Mayor Tucci requesting that the County study this intersection to allow better traffic flow from Parker Road onto County Route 15 (Locust Avenue) and to improve safety and access for the Frank Antonides Middle School and the West Long Branch Community Center. Based on the County’s study our in-house County engineers designed this state of the art traffic signal which has dedicated turn lanes, improved crosswalks and push-button control pedestrian signals. The traffic signal uses LED lights that costs less to operate and is eco-friendly.
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Posted: June 16th, 2014 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders | Tags: Bradley Beach, Foamed Asphalt Cold In Place Recyling, Freeholder Tom Arnone, Monmouth County, Neptune City, NJDOT, Tom Arnone, West Long Branch | 5 Comments »
Bradley Beach Restoration Project Uses Administration Grant Dollars to Hire Unemployed Residents for Clean Up Project
Trenton, NJ – With the recovery and rebuilding process fully underway, Governor Chris Christie today toured a restoration project in the storm-impacted community of Bradley Beach where workers hired through a National Emergency Grant (NEG) are on the job repairing the town’s beachfront area. Bradley Beach is one of dozens of communities in 11 New Jersey counties that have put 428 unemployed people to work on storm clean-up using the $15.6 million grant obtained by the Christie Administration in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Another 650 people are slated to be brought in up to five other counties.
Sandy was the worst storm to strike New Jersey in 100 years. It damaged or destroyed 346,000 homes, knocked out power to nearly 7 million people and 1,000 schools, and caused the evacuation or displacement of 116,000 New Jerseyans – 41,000 of whom are still displaced from their homes. The storm also cost the state over 8,000 jobs in November, making the Governor’s job and recovery initiatives essential to getting people back to work.
“New Jersey is rebuilding from Sandy with pride and determination,” said Governor Christie. “With the NEG grant and the $26 million being released through three programs we have initiated — Recovery4Jersey, Skills4Jersey and Opportunity4Jersey – we are helping Sandy-impacted businesses and workers, as well as investing in our future economic growth. New Jersey, its citizens, communities and businesses are resilient and I assure you that we will leave no stone unturned in bringing the Garden State back better than ever.”
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Posted: January 14th, 2013 | Author: admin | Filed under: Chris Christie, Christie Administration, Press Release | Tags: Bradley Beach, Governor Chris Christie, Jobs, Jobs Initiatives, NEG rant, Oppportunity4Jersey, Press Release, Recovery4Jersey, Skills4Jersey | Comments Off on Governor Christie Announces Sandy Job Initiatives Program In Bradley Beach