Category Archives: Asbury Park Election 2014

Despite Challenge, Asbury Park’s New Government Takes Office

On January 1st, while much of the Jersey Shore was nursing the year’s first hangover, Asbury Park’s newly elected Mayor and City Council were ready to get down to business. It was the day of the city government’s reorganization, and … Continue reading

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It’s Election Day (Again), Asbury and Long Branch!

Asbury Park and Long Branch have long been viewed as something akin to sister cities. One-time tourist rivals, both communities were prestigious Victorian seaside resorts that competed to attract society’s upper crust to the pristine beaches and boardwalks. Both suffered … Continue reading

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Asbury Park’s Beaches Are Clean, But The Elections Are Dirty!

Last year, Asbury Park’s City Council race was plagued by what seemed like endless controversy. The non-partisan election saw members of both the A-Team and One Asbury tickets join the city’s governing body, but its outcome was fraught by divisiveness … Continue reading

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In Asbury Park, Amy Quinn and John Moor to Seek Re-Election

By Dennis “DJ’ Mikolay Everybody who lives in New Jersey is familiar with the story of Asbury Park, its illustrious history, disheartening decline, and slow but steady rebirth. The small city by the sea’s long-awaited rejuvenation has been front-page news … Continue reading

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