Address: 828 Moorlyn Terrace, Ocean City, NJ 08226
VROCNJ Listing #191
This NEW construction BEACH BLOCK condo is centrally located and steps to the beach and boardwalk. This spacious condo includes 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths.
Fantastic 4 Bd and 2 Ba second floor retreat with ocean views! This is an excellent opportunity to own in the much desired northend of Ocean City! Features include open floor plan for easy entertaining, 2 great front decks to enjoy summer nights, C/A, gas heat, fireplace, outside shower, 2 car attached garage with storage, easy walk to the beach and boardwalk and much more! Solid rental history! A MUST SEE PROPERTY!
Just as we take steps to keep ourselves healthy through the changing of the seasons, we need to do the same with our home. Heating and air conditioning units that aren’t properly maintained and cleaned can cause additional allergens and particles to circulate around your home.
On April 6th, 1,665 members of fishing communities in every U.S. coastal state submitted a letter to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) requesting a transparent and balanced national planning process for offshore wind development.
Offshore wind development poses direct conflicts with fishing and the current permitting process provides no meaningful opportunity to include the needs of sustainable seafood harvesting and production in strategies to mitigate climate change. Recent interagency announcements to fast-track offshore wind energy production have provided no commitments to address this transgression of the federal government’s public trust duties.
On the eve of the expected Record of Decision for the Vineyard Wind I project, which would be the first commercial-scale offshore wind energy project in U.S. federal waters, the signers request that BOEM adopt reasonable and consistently requested fisheries mitigation measures for the project if it is approved.
The letter’s signers hail from every U.S. coastal state and depend on some of the most prominent fishing companies and associations in the country or are directly connected to the seafood supply chain...
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Ocean City is taking an eco-friendly approach for the landscaping of parks, recreation sites, gardens and other plots of public land scattered across town.
Under a new $192,480 landscaping contract awarded by City Council on Thursday night to A. Guzzo Landscaping LLC of Turnersville, N.J., the city is switching to organic landscaping methods in place of chemical pesticides.
In all, the pesticide-free landscaping program will cover 61 public sites, including popular areas such as the grounds at City Hall, the dog park on 45th Street, the wildlife sanctuary on 25th Street and the Bayside Center on Fifth Street.