Message from the Mayor #13

Hello everyone,

     I hope that everyone weathered Hurricane Isaias with minimum to no damage to homes and docks etc. Fortunately the storm passed through quickly  especially since we had winds with gusts over 70 mph.

     A week ago we did have a pedestrian struck by a car on Route 35. I just want to say that when you are crossing the highway you must be in a marked lined crosswalk. You cannot assume that cars will stop because there may be a condition where they just don’t see you. A good rule here is to wait until both the northbound and southbound cars have come to a complete stop. I urge you to pass this on the our younger residents. There are lots of people and cars operating in a relatively tight space and safety is goal #1.

Importance Notice – 3rd Quarter Tax Payments are Due Monday, August 10th

IMPORTANT REMINDER: 

3RD QTR TAXES ARE DUE

MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 2020.

 

IMPORTANT:  MANTOLOKING BOROUGH IS NOT EXTENDING THE THIRD QUARTER 2020 TAX PAYMENTS:  PLEASE MAKE A NOTE THAT INTEREST WILL ACCRUE AFTER MONDAY, AUGUST 10th, 2020. POSTMARKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED—PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE TAX OFFICE BY THE END OF THE DAY, AUGUST 10th.  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, THERE IS A MAILBOX LABELED “TAX PAYMENTS” IN THE LOBBY OF THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING AT THE BASE OF THE STAIRWELL.

PLEASE CALL THE TAX OFFICE AT (732) 475-6983, EXTENSION 303, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED FURTHER INFORMATION.

Notice: August 6th Planning Board Meeting Cancelled

The August 6th Planning Board meeting has been cancelled.  Please see the attached notice.

***Weather Alert *** Tropical Storm Isaias

*** Weather Alert***  Tuesday ….Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to
impact us;

Please prepare your properties for heavy flooding rain and winds 45 to
55 MPH with gust up to 70 MPH.

If you live on a street that typically floods, consider moving your
vehicle to higher ground.

DO NOT drive through standing water or go near downed power lines.

Beaches will be closed as a safety precaution Tuesday morning and will
reopen Wednesday morning.

We ask that all residents & contractors secure their properties of
items that can float or fly. ie.. decorations, outdoor furniture, and
or construction material.

Mantoloking Environmental Commission Meeting Minutes – June 2020

Attached pleased find the Mantoloking Environmental Commission meeting minutes for June 2020.