This recent article in the Star Ledger presents an interesting take on how consolidation of towns is perceived. Please follow the link provided;
A Quick Snapshot of what’s happening with local real-estate in Town. Very Interesting.
January 1 through March 31, 2014:
Single Family Homes/Condos
Closed sales: 5, High $999K, Low $276K
Currently available: 36, High $3.35 million, Low $165K
Under contract (continuing to show): 1, $625
Closed sales: 1, $589K
Currently available: 3, high of $859, low of $725
*Data source: Realtor.com
*Brokered sales only; does not include private or non-MLS sales
Let us know what you think about the Bus Service…….
The Barnegat Light Taxpayer’s Association will hold it’s first General Meeting on May 17th, 2014 at the First Aid Squad Building, on 10th Street, starting at 9:30 a.m.
Featured Speakers will be Marilyn Wasilewski, LBI School Board President
and Bernard Haney, our Local Tax Assessor.
Refreshments will be served.
Are you 62 years young and a permanent resident of New Jersey? You may qualify for a 10% Discount on your Comcast television bill.
Please call Comcast at 1-800-934-6489
Ask them to send you the paperwork for the “Senior Citizen Cable Television Rate”.
Comcast states that “participants of Seasonal Plans are not eligible”.
For your reading enjoyment……
Both news articles have some very interesting information regarding Property Tax’s.
Please follow the links……
Bloomberg News article challenges the need for Six Municipalities on LBI.
Please follow the link below to read the article.
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The Borough Council is considering an ordinance to restrict or ban future Multi-Family property development. Would you like the Ordinance to:
A. Ban ALL future Multi-family development?
B. Restrict Future development of 3 or more units (allowing continued “duplex” development)?
C. Limit development of more than 3 units to specific areas or streets (for example, the current commercial district or Central Avenue)?
D. Make no additional restrictions from current law?
Comments must be received by October 14th.
Please follow the link to a recent 09/18/2013 article in the SandPaper.
In response to a taxpayer’s question Mayor Larson confirmed that the council had amended a town ordinance that previously banned the development of miniature Golf courses in Barnegat Light. Mayor Larson had also said that there has been interest in such a development by an investor. The intended space for this course would be the vacant lots between 5th and 6th street on Broadway.