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Annual Thanksgiving Food Bank Distribution a 'Community-Wide Effort'
The Lacey Food Bank is serving more families since Hurricane Sandy 

Less personal belongings line the streets of Lacey but residents still cope with damage 

First Responders Proud to Serve During Lacey's 'Darkest Hour'
EMS, firefighters, police worked tirelessly during Hurricane Sandy to keep township safe 

Letter: Lacey Still Has Needs
Local resident coordinates some efforts to generate community involvement 

Celestine Kreitzer was pronounced dead on Tuesday, Oct. 30 due to hypothermia 

Revaluations of severely damaged or destroyed properties and adjusting tax base, budgets for 2013 must be a priority, freeholder says 

Police blotter from Friday, Nov. 2 to Saturday, Nov. 10 

Construction of New Well Facilities for Local Utilities Authority Approved by Planning Board
The new wells will provide 1,500 gallons of water per minute 

Planning Board Encourages Businesses to Incorporate Landscaping Along Main Corridors
The township Planning Board approved the full master plan re-examination report, a guiding document on land use and development goals 

Lacey Estimates $400K on Sandy Expenses Thus Far
The township was notified of its FEMA application process on Tuesday 

Lacey Police Respond to 5 Burglaries and More Since Sandy
There were 23 reported thefts after Hurricane Sandy 

Floridian family collected a truckload of donations to drop off along the Jersey Shore

Planning Board Grants One-Year Approval to Wild Bill's Food Truck
Wild Bill's Chuck Wagon will remain at Popcorn Park without a site plan waiver but will have to return to the Planning Board in another year for administrative approval again 

Join Lacey Patch for live coverage of the Planning Board meeting 

NRC Inspecting Oyster Creek Response to Sandy
Report expected on water level increases during superstorm 

From Guatemala's coast to the Jersey Shore, we all must overcome devastation

Letter: Instructions for Disposing of Storm Related Debris
Meadowbrook Industries, LLC advises residents to cut all wood, carpeting and brush into manageable lengths 

Car Was Charging When Fire Ignited in Forked River Garage
The blaze was confined to the garage and extinguished within 15 minutes 

Power Outages In Lacey Dwindle to Less Than 5
If JCP&L missed a spot, be sure to report it at 1-888-LIGHTSS

CC November 22, 2012 at 06:41 AM


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