Harvey Cedars Taxpayers Association

Keeping Harvey Cedars Taxpayers Informed!

Email sent 12/16/2008

Dear fellow member,

Season’s Greetings to you and your family. A couple of updates for you all:
Harvey Cedars will be getting a new fire truck, but at a cost savings to the taxpayers. The township has secured and agreement with Long Beach Township to cover 1/3 of the cost since Harvey Cedars covers a portion of their Township.
Beach replenishment has not started yet, but is still expected to begin after the project comes back from a re-bid. At this time there is no information as to when the re-bid will commence. On a positive note, one of the major sticking points many people had over the beach replenishment project was the NJ DEP requirement for public restrooms every quarter mile and 24 hour beach access for the public. Avalon had sued the DEP over these and other rules and won their case. Here is a news article from the Cape May County Herald that details it pretty well: http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/article/37343-avalon-wins-beach-access-case-against-dep

In order to keep dues down, and to raise money to hopefully fund many of the project suggestions we have received from you, our membership, we have created an on-line catalog of Harvey Cedars and Harvey Cedars Taxpayer Association products. We have T-shirts, beach bags, coffee cups, even stamps. A portion of each sale goes to the HCTA to help fund projects. Please take a look at our catalog at http://www.zazzle.com/harveycedars. I am sure you will find a holiday gift there to make someone happy.
As always, for the most current updates of what is happening as well as the meeting minutes, visit our website at http://www.harveycedarstax.org.
On behalf of our Trustees, I wish you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year,

Bryan Lewis
President
HCTA

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