This article was first published in November, 2015. It is very important regarding OG’s future. It may be a bit outdated in terms of details, but the principles stay the same.
So now we are reposting because a new year will soon be upon us, and not much has changed. No change means a gradual downhill slide for this very special historic town.
Just as many people watch TV reruns over and over, we at Blogfinger have posted too many important ideas to allow them to rot. As Paul Simon says, “I want a shot at redemption; Don’t want to end up a cartoon in a cartoon graveyard.” (from “You Can Call Me Al”)
Click on the word Blogfinger below this line:——Paul and Jack @Blogfinger.
One of our goals on Blogfinger, since our beginning in 2009 ( We were six years old in June) has been to dispel out-of-date stereotypes about Ocean Grove. We have been interested in the demographics, life-styles and dynamics in town, and it has been a fascinating topic since those variables keep changing.
If you all reflect on why you love this town and why it is unique, then perhaps you will take an active interest in what’s going on over at the “mother ship,” ie the Neptune Township Municipal Building which has shown no maternal instincts towards Ocean Grove.
As a result, we have questionable municipal land use decisions including zoning designations, subdivisions, and multi-residential construction approvals without parking. And there is the 800 pound gorilla in the…
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