Stafford Prepares for Spring: News Around Town



Stafford Township has utilized for a Community Advancement Block Grant in the amount of $40,000 to make ADA advancements to the playground at Nautilus Park in Ocean Acres, Administrator Matt von der Hayden spelled out at very last week’s municipal conference. A second community hearing on the grant was opened and shut without comment, and the application was submitted past 7 days.
Mayor and council adopted an ordinance on second reading through to settle for a deed of roadway easement in the vicinity of Southern Ocean Healthcare Middle, to make Barnacle Travel and Route 72 a safer intersection.
In other information, Mayor Greg Myhre said a few new firms have opened in Younger Plaza at 420 North Principal St. (entrance on Cedar Bridge Highway): Celebration Creations, a balloon art service Airimids Styles, a wellness bar and boutique selling natural and organic, chemical-cost-free attractiveness products and featuring craft courses and parties and Luxurious Seems Natural beauty, a long-lasting cosmetics studio.
In his report from the making office, Councilman Thomas Steadman stated five permits were issued for tenant suit-outs, such as a Mister Softee on Mill Creek Road a baseball playing cards vendor at 79 North Key St. the Pleasant Sons of the Shillelagh social club at 609 East Bay Ave. Pinto’s Porch, Southwest-impressed cuisine, in the Manahawkin Mart Shoppes at 657 East Bay Ave. and a barbershop at 25 South Key St.
Councilman Bob Henken on behalf of the recreation division introduced spring athletics registration is open for Little League until eventually March 7 for ladies softball until March 11 and for soccer until finally the 3rd 7 days of March. For particulars take a look at the rec web site at staffordnj.gov.
In the meantime, applications for older people and seniors are provided cooperatively by the recreation office and Hackensack Meridian Wellness, Councilwoman Lisa Mower declared: March 2, 1 to 2 p.m., Letting Go of Worry: How to Adapt, Cope and Thrive March 4, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Living With Arthritis March 29, 1 to 2 p.m., Pre-Diabetic issues April 29, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Osteoporosis and Exercise.
Councilwoman Amy Otte documented from the section of animal regulate that pet dog and cat licenses are owing. Rabies certificates ought to be legitimate as a result of the 12 months. Vaccines can be acquired at the Southern Ocean County Animal Facility on Haywood Street. A totally free rabies clinic will be offered at town hall on Saturday, March 26 at 9 a.m. – initial come, first served. Livestock permits are quarterly.
She also reminded every person to consider about hearth prevention and be harmless though making use of space heaters. Maintain them on stable, flat surfaces and at minimum 3 feet away from flammable objects. Also keep at least 3 ft very clear about fire hydrants.
For the duration of public comment, Seaside Haven West resident and volunteer Richie Gilchrist said the Mill Creek Neighborhood Garden will be opening in about a thirty day period, and a lot more aid is desired. Call Debbie Budesa at the Pine Avenue Group Heart.
Last but not least, former Stafford resident Ken McAllister has begun a meals pantry for veterans and retired/energetic military services and unexpected emergency responders. Bins for nonperishable foods donations are found at city corridor and outside the Pine Shores Artwork Affiliation on Stafford Avenue. A grand opening is prepared for March 6 at 1 p.m.  —V.F.

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