Late Summer News Flash
HCTA Member Update:
The HCTA has an advertorial series underway in the Sandpaper highlighting our 3inHC Blvd Safety initiative. We now also have two simple ways you can support the effort too. As you know, this initiative is focused on improving the width and safety of our Boulevard shoulders to benefit the residents & visitors who use Long Beach Blvd. for recreational purposes and for those who simply traverse the Blvd. in heading to & from the beach or visiting the retail establishments in town.
This week’s installment features Ocean County Freeholder and Director of Public Safety, Jack Kelly, not following his own Professional Engineers’ study recommendation which suggests a simple plan to create a safer road for all. (The complete Stantec study is available on our website)
First, as we do in the Sandpaper, we are asking Members and Friends to kindly contact Jack Kelly’s office at 732-292-2003 and tell him you want him to do the right thing: Make Long Beach Boulevard the safest it can be by instituting the 3-lane configuration in Harvey Cedars.
Second, in continuing this life-saving campaign on the “home turf”, we are looking for Members and Friends who live along the Boulevard in Harvey Cedars who will ‘host’ our 3inHC yard signs (they are attractive and reasonably-sized at 12” x 18”). If you will help us out and serve as a host, please reply to this email with your name and local address. A sign will be placed in your yard within the next week.
Finally, we’ll look forward to seeing our members at the HCTA Annual Meeting, where we’ll review the year’s programs and talk about what’s coming up next year – both front burner and back burner. Please join us on Saturday 8/27, 10am at the firehouse on 80th Street. Doors open at 9:20am.
The HCTA Safety Committee www.harveycedarstax.org www.3inHC.com