The Coastal Star

Manalapan will live with iguanas a little while longer, since commissioners delayed action at their March 24 meeting to allow more time to explore options for getting rid of the reptiles. Town Manager Gregory Dunham told commissioners, who at February’s meeting had declared iguanas a town nuisance, that he wanted to continue to investigate. The quotes in hand, he said, ranged from someone without the required credentials to an annual service with a $78,000 price tag.

– Margie Plunkett

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