I would like to congratulate you for your interesting article on the Ocean Avenue Bridge [A century of tragedy, progress and controversy, January 2012]; and, since I was the “doctor that sued,” please allow me to add a few historical details.
A male orange tabby cat has been missing for three days from Sailfish Lane. He wears an orange collar with tags and his name is Scooby. If you happen to see him, please call dispatch at 561-732-8331.
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Following my reading Edward Siedle’s letter [November 2011], I spoke with him and learned that the “bullhorn” incident actually occurred twice; the most recent being in the summer of 2010. In addition, he informed me that — based on the time of dayRead more…
The article in your May paper regarding municipal police and fire costs [Mayors of coastal communities to discuss common concerns] reported questionable information regarding the cost per resident, sourced from the town of Manalapan.
The resident popu
The letter by Dr. John D. Wootton in your October edition (Quote gives wrong impression about commissioners) denigrates the consistently high quality and independent local reporting which characterizes The Coastal Star. It appears that the letter wrRead more…
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