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Bayberry Inn posted on June 14, 2013
Does anyone know what is becoming of the Bayberry in in Ship Bottom?
Answers: 5 Last Answer Submitted: June 14, 2013 21:39:35
Free Eats posted on June 10, 2013
Do any restaurants on LBI participate in the "Chow Down,Chow Free" program?
Answers: 4 Last Answer Submitted: June 11, 2013 20:37:06
Brian's Lukoil demoed in Ship Bottom, NJ posted on June 9, 2013
On 8th at Central on the Causeway outbound. Anyone know what plans there are for it?
Answers: 5 Last Answer Submitted: June 14, 2013 20:42:56
Freedom spa posted on May 5, 2013
Does anyone know if the Freedom Spa is going to reopen?
Answers: 1 Last Answer Submitted: May 12, 2013 10:46:59
LBI posted on April 9, 2013
Spent a wonderful day on the island today with my almost 5 year old daughter. Collected shells, built a couple of sand castles and had a nice lunch at Fred's. Thanks to our wonderful waitress Elizabeth for letting my daughter Elizabeth play with the bucket of fun toys! We are already planning on another day trip in the next couple of weeks.
Answers: 6 Last Answer Submitted: April 12, 2013 20:34:40
bakery posted on April 8, 2013
Any news on when Crust&Crumb opens?
Answers: 1 Last Answer Submitted: April 8, 2013 14:30:26
Sandy clean-up posted on April 2, 2013
Will homeowners be fined/ticketed if they haven't cleaned their properties of storm debris and sand by Memorial weekend? I'm surrounded by homes that haven't done a thing and as a result I need to have sand professionally removed for the second time.
Answers: 2 Last Answer Submitted: April 3, 2013 13:21:15
need hardwood floor refinisher posted on March 27, 2013
We need to have the solid cedar floor refinished in out 1920 house. Presently they were covered with carpet which the storm ruined. They also have a dark stain done many years ago, under the carpet. Any suggestions for a quality floor refinisher?
Answers: 5 Last Answer Submitted: March 28, 2013 23:33:54
Next week storm posted on March 2, 2013
Keep an eye to the sky and sea mid next week. Potential for severe coastal flooding similar to storms in 1962 and 1993. Jury's still out but definitely something to watch.
Answers: 15 Last Answer Submitted: March 6, 2013 20:56:32
List of recommended contractors for home rebuild f posted on February 11, 2013
Just getting started with the re-build and looking for references/recommendations on contractors for floor, drywall, house raising, etc. Any recommendations (or stay aways)?
Answers: 14 Last Answer Submitted: February 20, 2013 06:24:39
Morrison's Web Cam posted on February 11, 2013
Is anyone else having a problem logging on to Morrison's web cam?
Answers: 2 Last Answer Submitted: February 11, 2013 15:45:13
BBQ Gas Grills at the Shore posted on February 6, 2013
So..anyone have advice on what type of BBQ grill will hold up to the sea air on LBI? (Figured was time to take a break from worrying about fixing my flooded house and start thinking about enjoying some time come Spring :)
Answers: 2 Last Answer Submitted: February 7, 2013 18:18:10
Electrical Wiring Damage from Sandy posted on February 4, 2013
Is anyone else who had flood damage from Sandy being told by their flood insurance company that their electrical wiring is not covered, even if the wires were submerged in salt water? My flood company says the outlets that were under water (which all of them were) are covered. But the wiring between the outlets (which runs under the floor and was totally submerged) is not covered. I'm not talking about plastic coated Romex wire. My house has the older grey cotton cloth covered outer jacket type wire, which would now be impregnated with salt. Reading my policy, I don't see that this wiring is specifically excluded from coverage. But the company is saying that because it's not specifically listed as being covered, then they won't cover it. This has to be a serious hazard and possibly could lead to a fire -- so I've turned off my electric until it is resolved.
Can the flood insurance company really just arbitrarily state, after the fact, that they aren't going to cover something in your house that was flood damaged simply because they've decided they don't want to? If anyone else has encountered this, have you been able to make any headway in getting the flood company to cover it? Anybody know of a precedent that could help justify my case? I'd like to do this without hiring a public adjuster -- or stated another way, I'm going to try to be my own public adjuster. Otherwise, I've calculated that the extra money the adjuster would get for me would only go to pay the adjuster's commission -- so it doesn't pay me to hire one.
Answers: 9 Last Answer Submitted: February 6, 2013 06:07:39
Hand's posted on February 1, 2013
Does anyone know what's going on with Hands?? Are they planning on reopenning?? Have they begun working on their repairs?? I don't see anything about them on rebuilding websites.
Answers: 3 Last Answer Submitted: April 13, 2013 07:42:33
WEAR YOUR BEACH BADGE!! posted on January 27, 2013
Hello - I have an idea that I am putting into effect immediately. For those of you that saved last years (or previous year's) beach bages, wear them on your hat, jacket, whatever! Show your support for the Island. Even kids can get in on the act! By doing so, we can spread the word the Island isn't a waste as people will comment and ask questions. Whose on board??
Answers: 2 Last Answer Submitted: January 31, 2013 09:52:26
FEMA and other monies Questions posted on January 16, 2013
Where is the money from FEMA going?
1) Shouldn't this money be used to restore the fire department equipment and gear and repair the firehouses?
Why is a fundraiser needed for this? What if enough monies weren't raised - would we be without equipment?
2)If the FEMA monies are not directed to the right people - I see an island of many vacate businesses and homes.
Take a ride over to BHW and see all the houses with for sale by owner signs.
I guess owners gutted the flood damage and are looking for someone to take them off there hands. This will happen on the island too.
Answers: 1 Last Answer Submitted: January 17, 2013 06:00:00
summer 2013 posted on January 3, 2013
Just asking, will people be renting their homes this summer? We usually rent in Beach Haven Crest 77th street. Just wondering.
Answers: 13 Last Answer Submitted: January 15, 2013 19:55:57
Final Debris Removal posted on December 31, 2012
LB Twp. instructed residents to have all debris curbside by December 21st. To date I still see a lot of piles which the wind and last week's flood waters are scattering all over the place. What is the township's schedule for final pick up of debris. My street, 79th, is particularly bad.
Answers: 8 Last Answer Submitted: January 3, 2013 17:49:02
Debris pickup posted on December 30, 2012
Is it true that township is not picking up debris/trash for businesses as a result of the hurricane
Candy posted on December 13, 2012
Does anyone know if stutz candy in ship bottom is open for business? I tried calling them and the number I have is disconnected. Love that store.
Answers: 7 Last Answer Submitted: December 19, 2012 23:45:50
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