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Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation announces open registration for the 2014 Surf For A Cause!

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation announces open registration for the 2014 Surf For A Cause!

 
 

Online registration only
NO BEACH SIGN UPS!

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The winner of the Longboard Division will receive a slot in a qualifying contest for the ASP DOAC Longboard Surfing Invitational.

Sponsor the Greatest Beach Surfing Fest on Earth

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
  • 7:00 TO 8:00 CHECK IN  / EVERYONE MUST CHECK IN TO SIGN WAIVER TO RECEIVE EVENT TEE SHIRT AND AFTER PARTY PASS
  • FIRST HEAT WILL START AT 8:30 AM
  • CONTESTANTS NEED TO CHECK IN WITH THE BEACH MARSHALL 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR HEAT
  • SCHEDULE OF HEATS SUBJECTED TO CHANGE SO PLEASE STAY ON THE BEACH AND CHECK THE HEAT BOARD.
  • 15 MINUTE HEATS / TOP 2 WAVES
  • THERE WILL BE A NORTH AND SOUTH CONTEST AREA
PARKING
DUE TO INCREASE VOLUME ONLY PRE- REGISTERED CONTESTANTS OR THEIR PARENTS WILL BE PERMITTED TO PARK ON THE BEACH.
PARKING WILL ONLY BE PERMITTED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE CONTEST AREA.
PLEASE ASSIST US BY BRINGING TRASH BAGS TO CLEAN UP THE BEACH DURING THE DAY. DROP TRASH AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP ON THE WAY OUT.

Vehicle Fees Increase in Pennsylvania

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Vehicle Fees Increase in Pennsylvania

Vehicle Fees Increase in Pennsylvania

It is not an April Fool’s joke: vehicle fees are going up today in Pennsylvania.

Vehicle registrations, drivers’ licenses, and other fees are all increasing. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation fee increases were enacted as part of a $2.3 billion transportation infrastructure bill passed by the General Assembly last year. A gas tax hike was also included in the legislation.

The extra money is going to be used to fund mass transit, repair aging bridges, and mend potholes, which have become a looming issue in light of the near weekly winter storms this year.

Another round of increases is set for this summer, when vanity plate fees jump to $76 from their current $20 price tag in July.

The governor’s Transportation Advisory Commission says that this year alone, the average Pennsylvania driver will pay about $22 more than last year. By 2018, the increase in fees and taxes from their current levels will be about a $132 bite.

The commission’s 2011 report created the framework for last year’s infrastructure bill.

Market Street Development Means Changes for Philly

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Market Street Development Means Changes for Philly

Market Street Development Means Changes for Philly

Snow Forces School Closings and Tough Commutes in New Jersey

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Snow Forces School Closings and Tough Commutes in New Jersey

Snow Forces School Closings and Tough Commutes in New Jersey

With another round of winter weather barreling through the northeast, many counties in New Jersey were forced to either close or delay the opening of school on Friday.

Essex, Hudson, Morris, Hudson, Union and Middlesex Counties all have schools that are either closed or delayed because of this latest round of winter weather.

Meanwhile, a hodgepodge of snow and ice has made the morning commute a nightmare, with many drivers experiencing a particularly treacherous sandwich ice between layers of snow. The northern part of the state saw heavy snow Thursday, and by Thursday night the storm had wrapped back around to deliver another round of rain that eventually turned to snow in many areas.

This morning, the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Expressway both have closed lanes, making this morning’s drive difficult.

Luckily, forecasters say a warming trend could be on the way. A shift in the weather pattern could boost temperatures into the 40’s next week.