Good morning, R-FHers! Now that the thunderstorms have passed and the sun is peering through those clouds, it’s time to shed some of that light on the news of this week.
In case you didn’t get to the Sea Bright Public Beach over the weekend to see some of the skimboarding action at .
The VNA’s gala centennial celebration was Saturday. , but couldn’t make it to there. So, if you have photos you’d like to share, we’d be happy to post them.
And the news week unfolds:
Leftovers from last week …
• Schedules have finally meshed for our interview on the art of pilates with Sandi Vilacoba at Fair Haven’s new . That feature story will appear this week.
• After talking with Mayor Ben Lucarelli and attending Monday night’s Fair Haven Borough Council meeting, we have the latest update on the resolution posed for the issue of who should maintain private roads. That story will appear on the site soon. We will tell you, though, that all council members were not in agreement. And it continues … Whose roads are they anyway?
• We also have not yet been able to catch up with those in charge of the first St. Patrick’s Day parade coming to Rumson in 2013. We know where to find them this week.
This week’s new news …
• There’s a meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Borough Hall tonight and we’ll report on any issues that arise.
• Today there is a meeting concerning the Sea Bright Bridge. We’ll be there. That’s an issue on which we will keep Patchers posted.
• There is also an update on the evolving, contentious issue of the Deane Porter teacher whose contract was not renewed for the coming school year. A story on the latest is coming. We will tell you, though, that people on both sides spoke up.
• There are also a couple of issues from Fair Haven’s council meeting that are worth a story or two. Look for a post about bike paths being intertwined into Fair Haven’s streetscape.
• And, we have posted and re-posted . There have been a few questions posed and the mayor has answered some and is happy to answer more. We’ll post it all and update our interview with him this week.
• As usual, we also plan to feature some interesting photo galleries and profiles as well as our now regular and Now and Then columns.
Until then, that’s the news of the week, unless a new story breaks. Let us know if there’s anything we’ve missed. We’ve got you covered …