Harvey Cedars Taxpayers Association

Keeping Harvey Cedars Taxpayers Informed!

Harvey Cedars Commissioners, HCTA members and friends converge on Ocean County Freeholders Meeting

Over 150 people filled the meeting room at the Ocean County Freeholders meeting to advocate for a safer BLVD thru Harvey Cedars on Wednesday, Aug 7th. 23 citizens in favor of making the BLVD safer for all who use it, spoke to the Board and addressed a multitude of safety concerns. The HCTA would like to thank everyone that took the time to attend this important meeting. For links to media coverage of yesterday’s meeting click below:

Media Coverage

The Sandpaper covered us July 29, CLICK HERE.

Sandpaper article Aug 8, CLICK HERE.

Asbury Park Press article, CLICK HERE.

WOBM has two pre-meeting stories on their site, CLICK HERE to see them.

WOBM was at the meeting too, CLICK HERE to see the “after” story.

Here are a few photos from the event.

Last Call!

A reminder that this afternoon is the Ocean County Freeholders meeting in Toms River (Admin Bldg- 101 Hooper Ave) at 4:00pm.
The HCTA has chartered a bus that will begin boarding at Sunset Park at 2:30 to carry 3in HC supporters to this meeting. (call 609-312-9705 to ride the bus) Others have expressed their desire to attend and will drive up, meeting the group outside the County Administration Building. If you can attend today, please do and help support a safer BLVD in Harvey Cedars!

Stay tuned for information on the Borough Commissioners meeting regarding our tax bills.

Have a great day!

Free Bus provided by HCTA to Freeholders Aug 7 meeting

Hear ye, Hear ye!!!

( The Town Crier worked across the pond announcing a royal baby….we thought it might grab your attention here in Harvey Cedars announcing an important event!)

In order to improve safety on the Boulevard, the vast majority of our residents are in favor of the proposed lane reconfiguration: going to three lanes so that the shoulders are wide enough to accommodate walkers, runners, bikers, and baby strollers, safely. While the County Freeholders are still resisting this plan that they themselves commissioned, we have a chance to urge them to make the right decision for our community.<./p>

Please consider joining your friends and neighbors in attending the next Freeholders meeting,
Wednesday August 7th. The HC Taxpayers Association has arranged for free transportation: buses will begin boarding at Sunset Park at 2:30 PM, or you may arrive at the meeting on your own. The Freeholders meeting starts at 4pm at the Ocean County Admin Building located at 101 Hooper Ave, Toms River, NJ in room 119. Parking is available in the rear of the building. View Map of Ocean County Complex

For full details, and to sign-up, please visit the website: www.3inHC.com.

Bus sign up is also available at Boro Hall.

There are so few times in life when doing something so small, like going to a meeting, can do so much for so many. With enough support, we will convince the County Freeholders to make the necessary changes to the boulevard, before someone is seriously injured. Thank You.

We wish everyone Happy Holidays and a Happy, Healthy 2013!

It’s that time of year again – We think about the year that has passed us by and contemplate what the new year will bring. The HCTA Board of Trustees would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays and a Happy, Healthy 2013. May we, our families, our community and our country bear our burdens with grace and wish for blessings in the year ahead.

Cheers! – HCTA

Borough Announces latest Bulk Trash Pick-up!

Good evening HCTA members:

The Borough has asked the HCTA to help them get the word out about  the next bulk trash pickup. It will be this Saturday (yes, the day after tomorrow), December 15. Residents are asked to follow the county trash guidelines (found on the HCTA website). Hazardous waste WILL NOT be picked up.

Clean out your storage areas folks and get the waste to the curb!

Additionally, I will put in a shameless plug right now for the HCTA Annual Townwide yard sale to be held the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend. If you have items worthy of others (remember,  one man’s trash in another man’s treasure) put it aside for the May Sale and join our initiative! The HCTA Attendance has increased every year and it is good to bring additional ‘business’ into Harvey Cedars.

Stay safe and enjoy this blessed season!