Video: Construction of the New Borough Hall – Steelwork

The crane to raise the steel framing arrived last night and started it’s work early this morning. We are told this should take, as mentioned, about 2 weeks. Please note that the west side of Downer is closed to automobile traffic but may be open in the evenings after the work has stopped for the day. We will find out about this shortly.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Councilman White.  Thank you.

Revised Draft of Proposed Mantoloking Dune Ordinance – Comments due by August 11th

Please see the revised draft of the proposed dune ordinance which reflects input and guidance from both the Borough and other stakeholders.  Please provide written comments to the Dune Ordinance to the Mantoloking Borough Clerk by August 11.  At the August 15 council meeting, we will introduce the draft and Bob Mainberger will be available to answer any open questions.  We will incorporate improvements and hope to have a final draft for adoption at the September Council Meeting.

Planning Board Agenda – August 3, 2017

Attached please find the Planning Board agenda for August 3, 2017.

Third Quarter Real Estate Tax Grace Period Extended


FROM AUGUST 10, 2017 TO SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

            PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that as a result of the fact that the Ocean County tax rate will not be published until the first week of August, 2017, the grace period for payment of third quarter, 2017 taxes is extended to September 11, 2017.  Tax bills will be mailed upon receipt of the County tax rate.

Traffic Advisory: Partial Closure of Downer Avenue Starting July 26th

Please be advised that starting Wednesday July 26, 2017 Sparta Steel will start the Steel Erection on Borough Hall. A crane will set up on the street on Downer Avenue and will be there for Approximately 2 weeks.

Monday through Friday Downer west of the post office to Bay Ave will be shut down to all vehicle traffic. Pedestrian and bicycle traffic will be restricted to the south sidewalk. On Saturday and Sunday one lane of vehicle traffic will be able to pass. Pedestrian are encouraged to only use the sidewalk.